The Transporter Refueled has a ludicrous and wafer thin plot, but fans of the franchise will enjoy it.
The Transporter Refueled and A Walk in the Woods are looking to end Straight Outta Compton's three-week winning streak at the box office.
We're giving away a $25 Fandango gift card, along with a travel bottle, tool kit and travel set from EuropaCorp's The Transporter Refueled.
Car chases and fist fights highlight the latest look at The Transporter Refueled, which introduces Ed Skrein as Frank Martin.
Ed Skrein stars as the new Frank Martin in the second trailer for EuropaCorp's new action-thriller The Transporter Refueled.
The Transformers writers will each pitch their own movie, meaning there will be at least 12 projects that will be developed through this group.
Daredevil showrunner Steven S. DeKnight has become the final writer to join Paramount's Transformers braintrust to work on new sequels.
Akiva Goldsman explains how the Transformers writer's room will work, as Ken Nolan and Geneva Robertson-Dworet join the growing group.
Ed Skrein stars as Frank Martin, who is forced to break his own rules in the teaser trailer for Relativity Media's The Transporter Refueled.
The action-thriller will be set on the French Riviera, and will explore Frank Martin's relationship with his father.
Chris Vance stars as Frank Martin in this small-screen adaptation of the movie franchise. Season 2 begins production February 26th.
Chris Vance stars as the highly-skilled Frank Martin, who will do whatever it takes to ensure safe delivery in this upcoming Cinemax series.
Chris Vance will headline this 12-part action series debuting in 2012.
The Prison Break and Burn Notice alum will star as Frank Martin in this Cinemax series based off Jason Statham's 2002 action movie.
Luc Besson will executive-produce twelve episodes of this new action series based on the character he created for Jason Statham.
We have some early details on this Jason Statham film's release in both formats.
Four Christmases adds another $13 million to its coffer for second place.
Twilight jumps back into second place with $13.1 million.
Bolt bumps up to number two with $26.5 million.
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