Here are some supposedly skilled movie characters repeatedly crashing into stationary objects.
Anything can be a prime merchandising opportunity if the audience is there.
It's tough the predict the future ... unless you're Hollywood.
Creative people love to tell stories about themselves that are dedicated to getting the creative process wrong.
Sequels make sense ... until they don't.
It's taking a big bite out of other franchises with its gross human teeth.
Despite billions in profits, the share going to the comic book creators is a lot less than 50-50.
This movie contains more darkness per square inch than a baby's foot found in an Arby's Smokehouse Brisket sandwich.
All of these already have one thing in their favor: A familiar face.
Beheadings and full-frontal nudity not included with purchase.
Fits of giggles is what they were going for here, right?
Celebrate Hollywood's nicest actor's many … various … enough beloved movies.