You want fun? You want fast? You want pretty? Go see The Man From U.N.C.L.E. But while you’re there, you might get something more. This movie is a lesson on style, and how it can be much more than just gloss.
I’m usually wary when Hollywood tries to reboot old spy shows (thanks for ruining my dreams, Get Smart), but The Man From U.N.C.L.E. looks SO. GOOD. And if you like cars, this might be your favorite movie of the summer:
Spies are everywhere in pop culture right now, including tons of spy movies and TV shows. So why are we so obsessed with secret-agent madness? Is it nostalgia, or a reflection of new, real-life preoccupations? Here are all the reasons why 2015 is the year of the spy.
We've long known that Bane and Catwoman would be in The Dark Knight Rises, but there's been intense speculation about another classic Batman villain making an appearance. Now we finally have confirmation... all because an eight-year-old refused to go bald.
How will The Dark Knight Rises put Batman through more pain than he's already faced in the first two Christopher Nolan films? And what will Batman learn from this torment? Christian Bale explains how The Dark Knight Rises will force Bruce Wayne to confront who he really is.
Aaron Eckhart's post-apocalyptic Frankenstein movie chooses a location. Director Bill Condon says something shocking about Breaking Dawn's special effects. Army reservists reveal secrets of being an Avengers extra. Plus showrunner Jeff Pinkner explains why Peter had to disappear on Fringe!
Clooney never got to play James Bond, but if he goes after the role of Napoleon Solo in Steven Soderberh's U.N.C.L.E. movie remake, we may finally have the Clooney spy flick we've always wanted.