Denzel Washington

Denzel’s New ‘Equalizer’ Trailer Samples Eminem’s Guts Over Fear

Oscar winner Denzel Washington plays Robert McCall, a retired special-ops commando, who is out to save a young hooker played by Chloe Grace Moretz in a new trailer for “The Equalizer” that features music by Eminem. The rapper made the soundtrack with his song “Guts Over Fear.” The movie is a knock-off of the popular television show that starred Edward Woodward as the secret agent turned detective. It ran from 1985 until 1989. ...

Chloe Moretz Tackles Dramatic Role in New ‘If I Stay’ Trailer (watch!)

Chloe Moretz graduates to a meaty dramatic role in a new trailer for the movie “If I Were.” She plays a comatose woman who relives her life in an out-of-body experience as she hangs between life and death. Now 17, she’s transitioning into more mature roles. She’s also appearing in “Clouds of Sils Maria,” with Kristen Stewart and Julianne Moore and “The Equalizer,” a thriller with Denzel Washington. ...

Chloë Moretz First Look as Teen Hooker in New Equalizer Trailer

Chloe Grace Moretz is featured as a teen hooker in a new trailer for “The Equalizer,” a movie knock-off of the popular television show. Move over Jodi Foster and Brook Shields. Moretz, 17, teams up with Oscar winner Denzel Washington, who plays Robert McCall, a retired special-ops commando. Melissa Leo plays McCall’s old friend and Marton Csokas plays Teddy, a brutal fixer for the Russian Mob. ...

Denzel Washington's 'Flight' Has Budweiser Maker Foaming (watch)

In his new movie “Flight,” Denzel Washington plays a pilot who has a thirst for Budweiser beer, a product placement that would normally have beer-maker Anheuser-Busch InBev jumping up and down in the aisles. Except Washington plays an alcoholic pilot. Forget for a moment that no functional alcoholic would waste their time with beer, let alone Budweiser. And where’s Washington’s beer belly? So much for attention to detail. But it’s refreshing to hear a company demanding to have its product taken out of a movie, when the trend in Hollywood today is to lard up films with product placements of almost every kind....