'CHIPS' Star Michael Peña On Mastering The Motorcycle ‘I Was Not Good’
Michael Peña picks up where Erik Estrada left off in a revamp of the 70s television show CHIPS. Written, starring and directed by Dax Shepard, CHIPS the movie has nothing in common with the original show except for the action on motorcycles. For Peña, the motorcycle action proved the most difficult in the buddy comedy flick.
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After spending 3 weeks as the #1 movie in America earlier this year, SPLIT will arrive on Digital HD April 4, 2017 Blu-Ray™, DVD And On Demand April 18, 2017 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. James McAvoy stars in the psychological thriller from director M. Night Shyamalan that has the actor playing a few characters. The extra features on the home release goes behind the scenes in the making of the movie, in addition to the alternate ending to SPLIT.
LA LA LAND, the winner of 6 Academy Awards® and a record-breaking 7 Golden Golden Globes®, comes to Digital HD April 11 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD on April 25 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment Label. The home release will come with over a dozen featurettes that take us behind the making of the musical.
will.i.am is getting into the comic book business with Marvel Comics. From the mind of seven-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artist will.i.am, from the Black Eyed Peas, comes an all-new graphic novel created with artist Damion Scott (All-New Ghost Rider, Marvel’s Hip-Hop Variants), Marvel Comics presents MASTERS OF THE SUN – THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES.
This June, the Marvel’s smash-hit Star Wars comics venture to a new era of a galaxy far, far away centering on Darth Vader. Superstar writer Charles Soule (Poe Dameron, Astonishing X-Men) will team with chartbusting artist Giuseppe Camuncoli (Amazing Spider-Man) to chronicle the epic rise of one of the greatest villains in all of fiction.
Remember the cheesy Sinbad the Sailor adventure films in which he encountered monsters? That's what KONG: SKULL ISLAND reminds me of minus the cheese. KONG: SKULL ISLAND is a throwback to those classic adventure films featuring hideous creatures from the unknown. However, the action in KONG is far superior, brutal and director Jordan Vogt-Roberts clearly was influenced by APOCALYPSE NOW.
LOGAN, starring Hugh Jackman, is a bonafide hit at the box office and with the critics which came as a surprise for many. The previous Wolverine movies were a mixed bag, so director James Mangold went to great lenghts to keep the last Wolverine production top secret. The making of LOGAN was surrounded in so much secrecy, even the cast and crew were in the dark. LOGAN actor Al Coronel gives us insight his time on set and his experience working with Mangold and the Aussie actor.
In her next two films, Charlize Theron is kicking some major butt both physically and cyberally with two action-packed films. Theron is the female version of John Wick in her next movie, ATOMIC BLONDE, and she's also the villain in the next FAST AND FURIUOS movie, THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS. Watch the blonde beauty in two new trailers.