Tag: Mila Kunis

Roles Where Actors Lost Weight

New Year’s resolutions are a time to work towards a transformation of your body and/or your life. To honor these goals, this month we’re going to look at transformative roles in film. This week we look at some prominent examples of actors losing weight for roles.

BLU REVIEW: Oz the Great and Powerful (Vic’s Review)

Cinelinx finds there's no place like home theater and a copy of Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful on Blu-ray!

Blu Review: Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful arrived in theaters to mixed reviews from critics and a B+ Cinemascore from audiences. It managed to more than make back its production cost and will be followed up by the inevitable sequel. Sam Raimi's prequel to the 1939 classic now hits Blu-ray and DVD, giving audiences either another chance to see it for the first time or give it a second look in the comfort of their own homes.

Slideshow: The Costumes of Oz the Great and Powerful

Check out these concept sketches that brought the costumes of Oz the Great and Powerful to life!

Mila Kunis and Zach Braff discuss Oz the Great and Powerful

Mila Kunis and Zach Braff talk about their roles in Oz the Great and Powerful!

Oz The Great and Powerful coming to Blu-ray/DVD June 11!

There's no place like home video: Oz The Great and Powerful Blu-ray and DVD details have been released!

Ted Review: I Couldn’t Think of a Bear Pun, But Here’s...

In general, I would say I'm a pretty big fan of Seth MacFarlane. Well I agree with the consensus at this point that Family Guy is a god awful show, that wasn't always the case; there was once a time when Family Guy was clever, funny, and an overall great show. And even if that one has fallen off the rails lately, I don't really blame MacFarlane for it (rumor has it that even he agrees that the show should have ended years ago). He's still a terrific talent, with one of the best and most versatile voices in Hollywood. So with all this in mind, I went in to Ted with a lot of hope that the film would be good or, at the very least, a good time. Instead, I discovered one of my first big disappointment of Summer 2012.

Friends With Benefits Review: Counting the Benefits

In today's film world, it has become almost too predictable for movies that put down rom-com clichés to end up following them. Friends with Benefits is no great exception. Though full of charm and undeniable co-star chemistry, it brings nothing new to the table with a timeline seen time and time again.

Patrick Warburton Cast in Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Ted’

Seth MacFarlane expands his directorial debut with another Family Guy alum.

The Book of Eli

In post-apocalyptic America, a lone warrior safeguards a precious book as he travels West to an unknown location.  Guided by blind faith, he battles the denizens of the ravaged world including murderous scavengers, cannibals, and the diabolical leader of a group of survivors as he protects what may be the secret to saving humanity.

New Avatar Comic Takes the Story Beyond the First Film

Dark Horse has announced a brand new Avatar comic mini-series that will partially fill the gap between the James Cameron's first movie and the...