Validating the old adage that getting there is half the fun, Steven Richter’s pop culture-inspired busts are even more impressive when you get to see time-lapse footage of all the work that goes into turning a shapeless lump of clay into a recognizable character. This time, it’s the Mad Titan.
“Reach for the sky”—with your badass robot arm.
The first trailer for the biggest, most anticipated Marvel movie ever is finally here.
Last week, we got an excellent look at Zazie Beetz in action as Deadpool 2's probability-altering mutant mercenary Domino. Now, after months of teasing, we finally have a look at the movie’s other mutant addition: Deadpool’s long-time comrade and time-traveling maniac Cable.
I’m pretty sure this is how casting for superhero movies works out, right? You get drawn as the character first, and then you sign the multi-picture deal. Either way, Cable co-creator Rob Liefeld’s take on Josh Brolin as the character is pretty damn awesome.
After what’s felt like ages of speculation, a contender out of nowhere has apparently swooped in to take on the role of Deadpool’s time-traveling best bud: Marvel movie alumni Josh Brolin appears to be Deadpool 2's choice for Cable.
Way back in 2008, when Tony Stark said “I am Iron Man,” no one could have guessed that 10 years later, we’d be on course for an Infinity War. But that’s what’s coming in May 2018, when dozens of Marvel superheroes share the same screen in the third Avengers film.
Ever since his big, purple mug popped up at the end of The Avengers, we've been speculating about who will play Marvel's ultimate big bad, Thanos. And now we know. Josh Brolin has been cast as the Mad Titan.
Will Smith has starred in lots of formulaic movies. And he knows better than anyone that there's something comforting as well as exhilarating about a movie that plays out according to a set of steps. Which is what makes Men in Black 3 so weird: it's a movie where the blockbuster formula is the opposite of comforting.
In Men In Black III Will Smith travels back in time, for important alien reasons, and he meets up with the younger Tommy Lee Jones (played by Josh Brolin). How well does it work? See for yourself!
If you're reading Gizmodo right now, chances are you may be skipping the Oscars this year. I know I am. I didn't see enough of the movies nominated to care. So why not usher in the week with some mid-'90's perfection?
We're still not sure how much supernatural zombie action wound up in the final cut of Jonah Hex, but a new trailer promises plenty of Megan Fox. But is that a good or bad thing?
We've known about the Josh Brolin MIB3 casting rumors for a while. And now that Sony has secured Will Smith they're more confident, announcing they're in advanced negotiations for both Tommy Lee and Josh Brolin — for the same part?
The new trailer for Jonah Hex shows everyone why Josh Brolin is a bona fide bad ass. From the horse-strapped machine guns to the wit, Brolin has completely nailed comics' weirdest Western hero. Plus Megan Fox doesn't look too shabby.
We're ultra excited about the comic book adaptation of Jonah Hex ever since we watched him barf up a crow at last year's Comic Con. And this is the first real look of the hard man with the tomahawk-burned face.
Josh Brolin may be signing up to police alien "intergalactic keggers" on Earth, by joining up for the next installment in the Men In Black franchise. So who will he play, and more important, is Frank still alive?
We've got a better look at two badass antiheroes whose burned faces will be the centerpieces of upcoming horror adventues: Jackie Earle Haley's Freddy Krueger and Josh Brolin's Old West supernatural tough guy Jonah Hex.
So exactly how does one recreate the hideous brow of Western anti-hero Jonah Hex? Josh Brolin, who wanted to do it "au natural," talked about how recreating a comic book in real life can turn your eye into a raisin.