Liam Neeson's unlucky family is back for more.
This happened at the Waverly Inn last week.
Moral of the story? You never really stop kicking ass.
Plus: Jimmy Fallon wasn't ready for Taylor Kitsch's jelly, and more, in our daily late-night roundup.
Russell Crowe is definitely in Darren Aronofsky's next one already.
Wilde will play an NYC party reporter.
Serious posters for a serious
board game movie.
The Vengeful Waiter! The Slicer! The Groundhog!
Plus: Woody Harrelson started up some nice casual conversation during gang busts on his LAPD ride-alongs, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
'Unknown' wins the weekend.
The movie is lean and fast and endlessly upending, and unlike most modern crash-and-bash films, you can actually follow the car chases and fisticuffs.
"It hits you in the middle of the night — well, it hits me in the middle of the night."
Hopkins, O'Toole, McKellen, et al. also know the Fringe Scholar and the Self-Sacrificing Mentor are good for a paycheck.
Scene by scene, 'The Next Three Days' feels off.
But director Todd Phillips said Gibson was totally bummed out.
"He doesn't understand why Mike Tyson was given a chance."