John P. Hanlon is a freelance movie and entertainment critic. He started writing for ScreenRant.com in early 2012. He also serves as a contributor to Big Hollywood and has also written for Patheos.com, Townhall.com, the Daily Caller and Townhall Magazine. He can be found on Twitter @johnhanlon. His work online can also be found at facebook.com/JohnHanlonReviews.
Articles by John Hanlon
David Hasselhoff talks to Screen Rant about the highlight of his career, the highlight of his life, and the difficulty of playing David Hasselhoff in 'Piranha 3DD.'
We talk to director 'Act of Valor' Scott Waugh about the public reception of his military action film (starring real Navy SEALs), as well as his new project, the film adaptation of the 'Need for Speed' video game series.
These suggestions by David Hasselhoff may very well be funnier than anything you'll find in 'Piranha 3DD.'
With 'Men in Black 3' arriving in theaters this weekend with a new set of celebrity extraterrestrials, we came up with a list of ten celebrities who would make great 'MIB' aliens.
'Chronicle' director Josh Trank talks to Screen Rant about his directorial debut, the draw of found-footage films, and those 'Fantastic Four' reboot rumors.
One Screen Ranter praised 'Avengers' over 'Dark Knight Rises', but another Ranter offers his rebuttal, stating why he is more excited for Batman's finale than Marvel's superhero team-up.
After all of the rumors and speculation, Francis Lawrence ('I Am Legend') has been tapped to direct 'Catching Fire,' the highly-anticipated sequel to 'The Hunger Games.'
Joss Whedon recently spoke about a scene he wrote for 'The Avengers' that didn't make it into the final film. Find out what will be missing when the new film arrives in theaters nationwide on May 4th.
With reports that Gary Ross is in tedious negotiations for 'The Hunger Games' sequel, we've compiled a list of five directors who could direct 'Catching Fire.'
It's been 13 years since Jim Levenstein had his first taste of 'American Pie.' Take a look back at Jim and his friends, starting from the original film and leading up to their 'American Reunion'.
'The Hunger Games' movie is now in theaters, but as always, some things are inevitably lost or changed in translation. Here are 10 differences between the book & movie that fans may (or may not) have noticed.