Jaguar has assembled the very big bads to answer that age-old question: why are all Hollywood villains British? Perhaps the villainous trio of Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong and Tom Hiddleston can answer for us.
Green Lantern opens this weekend, and the stars and creative team told us about the challenges of adapting an insanely complex mythology, how to play villains who aren't yet villains, and being forced to wear an impossibly huge prosthetic head.
Green Lantern looks like it's all CG and motion capture, all the time. But one of the main characters in the film is wearing full practical makeup and prosthetics, at least on his face.
Stare into the pink face of Mark Strong's Sinestro from Warner Brothers' new Green Lantern film. If anyone can pull off this flawed mentor character, it's Strong. So far, so good, Green Lantern. [CHUD]
After the flashy Green Lantern footage was premiered we sat down with cast and crew to talk about the ring-slinging space corps. But we were most surprised to learn Peter Sarsgaard's inspiration for his mustachioed character. Spoilers ahead...
Hollywood's new supervillain, Mark Strong, spilled a few details on what's in store for his badass character Sinestro in Green Lantern. It sounds like they're sticking very close to the original Sinestro look - good news for pencil-thin mustache aficionados.
Last week we showed you a few new concept designs from the Green Lantern movie, and now there's even more to share. Stare straight into the blue faces of the Guardians of the Universe, and their big-headed problem child.
Now that Avatar has raised the bar thanks to its cutting-edge visual effects, the folks at Pixar are taking notice. Their next big picture is the other-worldly epic John Carter of Mars, and Avatar just changed the game for them.