Justice League, Zack Snyder’s latest foray into the DC Universe, hits Blu-ray and DVD March 13 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The picture, which also received directing contributions by Joss Whedon, made over $655 million worldwide. Members of the Justice League include Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Batman (Ben Affleck), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and the Flash (Ezra Miller).
Click on the media bar below to hear Gal Gadot talk about sharing the spotlight with the other superheroes in Justice League:
Along with bonus scenes, the Blu-ray version comes with a plethora of featurettes on the making of the movie (“Road to Justice,” Heart of Justice,” Technology of the Justice League,” “Justice League: The New Heroes,” “Steppenwolf the Conqueror” and several “Scene Studies” segments which break down various sequences in the flick).
Recently seen playing Aquaman in Justice League, Jason Momoa transitions from those waters (pardon the pun) in the ice cold chill of Braven, a tight fisted trailer that should be a fun watch.
The story centers on a family named Joe (Momoa) who, along with his dad (Stephen Lang) have a kill or be killed battled with a group of criminals who have stashed heroin in their cabin. Garret Dillahunt (Deadwood) plays the crew’s take no prisoners ringleader. The stakes of the story rise up another level as Joe’s daughter (Sasha Rossof) is also holed up in the cabin.
The highlight of the Braven trailer has Momoa throwing an axe at one of the soon to be dead bad guys, and that’s more than enough to get me to see this 93 minute flick. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!
Braven, which marks the directing debut of stunt coordinator Lin Oeding, hits theaters and On Demand February 2.
Adam West, Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, and Ben Affleck are among the actors who have taken on the mantle of Bruce Wayne/Batman, and now the Caped Crusader is off to another adventure with Justice League.
This film has been a long time coming, as this super group serves as the anchor of the DC Comics universe. Batman (Affleck), fearing a threat that could be even more dangerous than his recent run-in with Doomsday, creates the Justice League with Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and the Flash (Ezra Miller). Although he’s not part of the official movie poster, Superman is also a big part of the Justice League, and it will be interesting to see how this film incorporates him into the narrative.
Although Batman’s vigilante tendencies is one of his most intriguing facets, the gadgets and vehicles at his arsenal also grab its share of attention. Click on the media bar below to hear Affleck discuss the “tricked out” Batmobile in Justice League.
One of the intriguing aspects of Sundance TV’s The Red Roadlies in the stellar performances from Jason Momoa and Martin Henderson, as they play strong-willed but flawed protagonists who are struggling to keep it together.
The Red Road: The Complete Second Season picks up a year after the first season’s events, as outsider Phillip Kopus (Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa) becomes an even bigger target a selfish act while Sheriff Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson) has been promoted to lieutenant. A promotion in law enforcement, however, leads to huge moral dilemmas for Jensen.
Both Kopus and Jensen’s paths will inevitably cross during the second season, as Chief Levi Gall’s (Wes Studi) plans to build a casino in the area has materialistic and paternalistic motivations (he’s Junior’s father).
The term “the red road” is a Native American concept about finding the right path in life, and each of the principal characters on the show, including Phillip’s mentally ill wife (Julianne Nicholson) do battle with their respective demons by the season finale.
Special features on the DVD includes the 11-minute featurette “Inside The Red Road” which has series creator Aaron Guzikowski breaking down each of the six episodes and the 3-minute segment “Sundance on Set” which contains interviews with Momoa, Henderson, Nicholson, and fellow cast memberTamara Tunie (“Marie”).
Director Marcus Nispel has a huge task on his hands with Friday’s release of “Conan the Barbarian.”Fans still remember Arnold Schwarzenegger’siconic performance in the feature, and one wonders if the role will also do wonders for JasonMomoa’s(“Game of Thrones”) career.
“Arnold watched it. He liked it a great deal. And he congratulated Jason on doing a good job,” says Nispel. “And we were very happy to hear that. Arnold obviously put a stamp on t his and we’re not chasing that shadow. He wouldn’t want us to. And John (Conan director John Milius), who is a friend and is somebody I deeply respect, he woudn’t want me to make a remake either. That’s not what it is.”
During a press junket interview for “Conan the Barbarian,” a journalist criticized the movie, believing the picture was misogynistic. Mr. Nispel gave a long (but interesting) answer on the “sexual politics” inherent in such iconic figures as Conan the Barbarian and James Bond.