It may have started with "Batman Begins," but the superhero origin story is still a popular route to go when tackling an iconic character on the big screen. Just last year, we saw Superman get rebooted with "Man of Steel," and next year, one of the world's first superheroes is getting an origin story of his own.
In "The Legend of Hercules," "Twilight" star" Kellan Lutz is taking on the role of the legendary half-god and taking him all the way back to his roots.
We've scored a whole bunch of exclusive photos from "The Legend of Hercules," including several of Lutz in various kind of sheets and armor, if you're into that kind of thing.
Check out the rest of our exclusive photos after the jump!
"The Legend of Hercules" opens on Janaury 10.
Right now is a great time for female protagonists in big blockbusters. "Frozen" and "Catching Fire" have jockeyed for the top spot at the box office for two weeks in a row, and Evangeline Lilly is playing a badass dwarf created specifically for "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug."
When MTV News sat down with Lilly to discuss Tauriel and the other famous female archer in movies right now, Lilly wasn't afraid to throw down some truth on the topic.
Who will win between Tauriel and Katniss? It's not as clear of a victory as you might think. Check out the video above to find out.
Black-gloved killers, lurid murder scenes, striking music... it can only be one thing: a giallo film.
Filmmakers Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani helped resurrect the Italian horror subgenre with their 2009 thriller "Amer" — a sensual, sensory tale about a young girl's journey to womanhood on the French Riviera.
The word "giallo" is Italian for "yellow," referring to the pulpy mystery novels with yellow covers that the movies were inspired by. Director Mario Bava's "The Girl Who Knew Too Much" debuted in 1963 and sparked the series of films that remained popular into the 1980s.
During the subgenre's heyday in the 1970s, filmmakers like Dario Argento created stylish, violent tales that elevated giallo cinema to an art form. Cattet and Forzani's latest love letter to the genre finally has a trailer. This time, audiences will follow a man who is plunged into a surreal, nightmarish world while searching for his missing wife.
"The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears" will have plenty of nods to the giallo greats of the past (which include the film's poetic title — another giallo trademark), but the filmmakers have managed to put their own stamp on things with their hyper-focused camerawork and largely dialogue-free dreamscapes.