Limitless, the movies about Bradley Cooper taking a bunch of drugs and changing his life from a lazy writer to a gigantic success, is getting a TV series.
At first glance, Divergent sounds like a more contrived version of Hunger Games. In a dark dystopian future, everybody is required to have just one personality trait. Like Smurfs. Or the Seven Dwarfs. But the film version does a good job of revealing how this story is actually about social engineering. Plus, it's…
If you're a fan of Veronica Roth's Divergent series, then you should be pretty excited about the first clip from the movie. If not, then just know you're getting a great look at the chemistry between the two leads. Spoilers ahead.
We were invited to the set of Divergent, the next dystopian future movie for teens. We saw the dark future Chicago, and learned how director Neil Burger would bring this beloved book to life. Here's everything we saw on the Divergent set.
The only real shots of Divergent we've seen thus far are a few character stills of characters jumping around and throwing knives at each other. Nothing from the world that author Veronica Roth created has been revealed — until now.
In Limitless, an experimental mind-expanding drug blasts Eddie Morra (Bradley Cooper) into super-stardom. Enter evil suit Robert De Niro (playing what could be his best-named character ever, Carl Van Loon) and you've got a hot-blooded mind-job film about pills, science, death, addiction, wealth and sexy male cleavage.…
You've seen the viral ad for NZT, the drug in Bradley Cooper's film Limitless that lets you use 100% of your brain (with a few nasty side effects... like death). Now watch the trailer, and expand your mind.
How did we miss this amazing film? Watch the viral for Limitless, a movie about a copywriter who discovers a top-secret drug which bestows him with super human abilities. But with a few small side effects - like death.