Cross The Six Million Dollar Man off the list of classic TV shows that had yet to get a big screen adaptation. After a several months of development, an updated version called The Six Billion Dollar Man starring Mark Wahlberg now officially has a release date and brand new director.
Taylor Kitsch — John Carter of Mars himself — is the greatest sidekick/mentor ever, in this teaser for the new game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. This is basically two minutes of power-suit mayhem, with Kitsch saying the weirdest quips ever.
The coolest thing about Battleship? The sleek look of its alien spaceships and war machines. Tasked with creating a whole new alien race from scratch, designers who'd worked on Star Trek and The Matrix created some downright beautiful killer starships.
We've got an exclusive inside look at how Industrial Light & Magic created the big explodey world of Peter Berg's Battleship. It's actually a pretty detailed clip that shows the artists, concept art, the design process, and a few of their meetings with Berg (we love Berg's laser pointer). Watch the visual effects…
Why did those giant lizard beasts come out of the sky, to sink all of our battleships? Peter Berg and his team of disheveled movie scientists explain why the Earth is being invaded, in this new Battleship featurette. Learn about "goldilocks" planets, and why all this constant space exploration will only doom Taylor…
Every summer, there's at least one huge-budget film that squanders $200 million or so on boring action, unfunny jokes, weird racial stereotypes and bloated special effects sequences. And apparently this summer, it's officially Battleship. The "wet Transformers" movie has come out a whole month early in the U.K., which…
Even though the director Peter Berg refuses to admit that he clearly based Battleship's alien weaponry on the red pegs from the board game, this new clip begs to differ. Watch the very first clip from Battleship, in which a collection of red cannonballs blast the military. Hot damn, this movie looks like Transformers…
Battleship doesn't just show the U.S. Navy locked in combat with alien monsters — it's also changed the way the Navy would respond to an alien invasion in real life.
Universal's board game adaptation ditches the round pegs and plastic destroyers of the original Battleship for a high-seas skirmish between the US Navy and aliens. The Wonder-Con panel featured tons of new footage, showing us the movie's aliens and its zany sense of humor. And we heard Rihanna's answer to "Hasta la…
The latest trailer for Peter Berg's board game movie is out! And it's all aliens, aliens, aliens! So many aliens! Alien autopsies, weird alien fingers, alien super-suits, and alien lizard eyes! Battleship is shaping out to be quite the explosion-happy summer action film. Plus, there's a great cameo by both wet…
The international Japanese trailer for Peter Berg's big wet Transformers picture, Battleship, is out and it's got twice the zingers and "uh oh big robot" looks. Could this movie possibly be any more ridiculous than Michael Bay's Transformers franchise? Yes. Yes it could, here's the evidence.
Not gonna lie — we really expected a montage of people screaming "You sank my battleship" over and over in the new Battleship trailer. But instead we got a lot of Transformers "brehbrebre" noise-making robots, with reptile eyes. Sigh.
Hasbro's Battleship movie may be an early contender for the silliest movie of 2012 — and the first trailer seems to have provoked near-universal hilarity — but everybody involved seems to be taking it pretty seriously, at least.
We've been waiting for news on Hollywood's Dune reboot, ever since director Peter Berg left the project. Sadly, there's more bad news. Paramount is surrendering the rights to Dune. Basically, the new Dune is dead.
Pierre Morel (Taken) has reportedly quit as director of Frank Herbert's Dune, which Peter Berg was also on board to direct at one point. And unless Paramount can get the film up and running by spring, they'll lose the rights.
2000 A.D.'s Jock created some amazing concept art for Peter Berg's Dune movie before Berg left the project. Now he's posted some of it on his site, giving us a tantalizing glimpse of an Arrakis that never reach our screens.
Alexander Skarsgard has traded vampire yahtzee for Battleship, by joining Peter Berg's epic alien-war film. We've seen him, fly, bite and bang Estonian strippers — now we will watch him fight alien invaders from the sky!
Taylor Kitsch is slowly becoming science fiction's next movie hero. Not only is he starring in John Carter of Mars, but he just landed the lead role in Peter Berg's epic Hasbro board game-inspired Battleship movie.
We thought the epic undertaking of a Dune remake was all but finished, when Hancock director Peter Berg left to go make his alien-focused Battleship film. But the remake lives on, with a new director who might actually be better.