They haven’t done a great job of shooting the new RoboCop movie under the radar. Filming in Toronto, Canada, there have been more than a couple dozen behind-the-scenes images leaked, most creating negative buzz. While it’s been confirmed that we’ll see “multiple” versions of RoboCop, now played by Joel Kinnaman, fans don’t seem to dig the new “black” look. It gets worse for them today when you see him on set with his black bike. I don’t overreact to set photos (remember everyone losing their shit over the Anne Hathaway Catwoman images?) as I like to reserve judgement for the final product. Either way, here are some more paparazzi photos from set… READ ON
Since storming onto the scene four years ago as the heir apparent of the fictional Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Jax Teller; 32 year-old English actor and screenwriter Charlie Hunnam has quickly risen up the ranks as one of the most desirable young thespians in the business who would rather cast off his own opinions and concentrate on his craft, then cut another paycheck in the spotlight.
Despite his heavy SOA schedule, Hunnam is already slated for two major releases in the next nine months: crime-drama Deadfall co-starring Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde and the highly-anticipated sci-fi flick Pacific Rim from acclaimed fantasy director Guillermo del Toro. READ ON
Yesterday, the third-annual LA Motorcycle Film Festival took place in Los Angeles, California. The event recognizes filmmakers who capture and present the spirit of motorcycling in a positive light. Nineteen short films of varied genres were shown on the big screen demonstrating how motorcycles can be used for transportation, competition, and of course, fun. READ ON
You won't find the town of Charming on any real map of California and the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club — with all of its schemes, politics and skull-cracking heritage — is nothing more, of course, than a dark fiction that rumbles to life on FX for an hour every Tuesday night. READ ON
Vayntrub stars as the female lead who forms a secret outlaw motorcycle club with a group of geeks in Belfast. Billed as ‘Sons of Anarchy’ meets ‘The Office’, the thirteen-part webseries promises to bring both bikes and belly-aches to Belfast with 13 five-minute episodes. READ ON