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An inventive twist on the heist genre combines with Taylor Hackford's meticulous direction and an excellent cast led by Jason Statham to make "Parker" a fun and modern piece of film noir.
"Parker" director Taylor Hackford spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the process and history involved in bringing author Donald E. Westlake's fictional thief to the big screen.
Michael Chiklis, who plays the nefarious Melander in "Parker," spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about typecasting, going up against action star Jason Statham and the thrill of signing a comic to Stan Lee.
Action superstar Jason Statham talks with Spinoff Online about following in the footsteps of Lee Marvin and Robert Duvall in "Parker," the crime thriller that introduces the ruthless fictional thief to a new generation.
Reuniting Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren and the other action all-stars, "The Expendables 2" is a surprisingly fun movie that improves on the original formula and avoids the worst pitfalls of the first film.
Director Boaz Yakin's "Safe" doesn't blaze any new action, or acting, territory, but it's sure to please fans eager to see star Jason Statham in his suit-wearing, butt-kicking, throat-punching prime.
"Reno 911's" Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon will write "Action Comics #1" for Lionsgate. The film, inspired by actual events, revolves around the heist of Nicolas Cage's copy of the prized comic book.
SPINOFF ONLINE kicks off its new feature, with Marc Bernardin running down the best - or at least most interesting - DVDs and Blu-ray discs arriving in stores each week.
Despite a few shortcomings, director Simon West's remake of the 1972 thriller "The Mechanic" delivers an adrenaline-fueled ride, with stars Jason Statham and Ben Foster shining as a methodical hit man and his unstable protégé.
"The Mechanic" star Jason Statham discusses stepping into a role made famous by Charles Bronson, working with Donald Sutherland and Ben Foster, stunt work and an inevitable "Expendables" sequel. SPINOFF has the details.
POP!'s George Khoury spoke with stars Steve Austin, Dolph Lundgren and Terry Crews about their experiences filming their new movie, working with Sylvester Stallone and why "The Expendables" is a truly manly movie.