R.I.P.D.

R.I.P.D. R.I.P.D. is an action-comedy crime film directed by Robert Schwentke, based on the comic book Rest In Peace Department by Peter M. Lenkov. A recently slain cop joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest In Peace Department and tries to find the man who murdered him. The film will star Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges as Nick Walker and Roy Powell, respectively. R.I.P.D. is set to be released on June 28, 2013 in United States by Universal Pictures.
Conceptual illustrator Alfonso De La Torre ("Green Lantern"), has posted three images of an unused creature for R.I.P.D.. The creature would've formed from many Deados combining to make one enormous beast. It was meant for the climax, but was canned.
This was probably the worst release of summer. A dozen years in development, and a $130 million budget, led to only a few weeks in theaters and a miserable B.O. return. I carve into this disc to look for signs of death.
Can't get enough of that snarky Ryan Reynolds? Well, you're in luck. Hit the jump to check out three alternate scenes and one deleted scene from Ryan's supernatural-action-comedy, R.I.P.D..
Hit the jump to check out two alternate openings and a bloopers reel for the supernatural-action-comedy, R.I.P.D.. The film starred Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon and Marisa Miller.
With Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges cast as the two lead characters, R.I.P.D. really should have been one of the funnest movies of the summer. Unfortunately, it ended up being arguably the most disappointing, and a box office flop to boot. Hit the jump for Bridges' thoughts on how it turned out.
While it failed to make too much of an impact at the box office and was negatively received by critics, R.I.P.D> will be available on DVD/Blu-ray on October 29th, 2013. Hit the jump for details on the special features which will be featured on the disc!
Is Ryan Reynolds the sole cause of failure in his comic book movies? I take a deeper look at his last Comic Book Films to find out.
Dark Horse adaptation R.I.P.D. was a movie that should have been all about fun, but was more of a flop with a few laughs that are mostly forgettable. Read on for my thoughts on why I feel it failed both critically and commercially.
FX has already acquired the television rights to multiple 2013 blockbusters (such as Iron Man 3, Man Of Steel and Star Trek Into Darkness), and now the network has gained The Wolverine, this weekend's #1 film 2 Guns and more.
Well, no one else seems to want to do it, so I decided to take one for the team (or in this case, the website). Come on in to see if R.I.P.D. deserves to be ripped (see what I did there?) or not…
Conceptual artist, Jerad S. Marantz, has been featured on our site many times, especially for his work on Green Lantern and X-Men: First Class. Now, he has updated his website with R.I.P.D. concept art, showcasing designs for the Deados.
Surprised? No, neither are we. Both Red 2 and R.I.P.D. opened at the North American box office this weekend, and both have been major disappointments for their respective studios. Does this mark the end of any future non-Marvel/DC superhero movies? Read on for details.
The Conjuring looks set for a solid weekend at the box office, but everything else? Not so much. Hit the jump for details on how big new releases like Red 2 and R.I.P.D. are set to perform this weekend as well as an update on Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim.
R.I.P.D. (Rest In Peace Department) opens in theaters today, and by the sound of the reviews could be out of theaters by the end of the weekend. Hit the jump to see what some of the best and brightest critics have to say about Ryan Reynolds' latest comic book movie.
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Universal released several successful films this year (such as Despicable Me 2 and Fast & Furious 6), but its big budget Dark Horse adaptation R.I.P.D. is currently tracking for a disastrous $15M opening weekend.
Adult Swim has released exclusive animated clips from the upcoming R.I.P.D., feature film which reveals a funny backstory of Roy (Jeff Bridges). The clips feature the voices of Bridges and Ryan Reynolds as Nick Walker.
New "Frozen World" featurette for Robert Schwentke's R.I.P.D. showcases the special effects used to create the scene in which Ryan Reynold's character, detective Nick Walker, is killed.
The latest featurette for R.I.P.D. shines the spotlight on the gorgeous former Victoria's Secret model Marissa Miller as she prepares for a very demanding stunt while portraying the deceased Roy Pulsipher's (Jeff Bridges) avatar.
Two more clips from R.I.P.D. have been released featuring Roy (Jeff Bridges) and Nick (Ryan Reynolds) getting to know each other and the duo later getting some extremely bad news from Proctor (Mary Louise Parker) about "The Staff Of Jericho".
Following the release of the first three clips from R.I.P.D. (which pleasantly surprised comic book fans who were previously on the fence about the big screen adaptation of the Dark Horse Entertainment series), we now have a featurette which focuses on "Car Destruction". Check it out!
Can Ryan Reynolds make a good comic book movie? After the Green Lantern debacle the actor is being put to the test again, but this time as a deceased cop, with help from Jeff Bridges. Check out the new theatrical trailer with a few snippets of fresh footage.
The first clip from R.I.P.D. has been released and it features a confused Nick Walker (Ryan Reynolds) discovering that, yes, he is in fact DEAD. We now have a second clip which features the stunning Marisa Miller and a third which sees Roy Pulsifer (Jeff Bridges) dispensing some useful gunslinging advice.
Universal has released a new television spot for its Dark Horse adaptation R.I.P.D., which stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges. Additionally, the details for the official soundtrack (featuring Christophe Beck's original score) have been confirmed.
Chock full of BTS footage and scenes from the Dark Horse adaptation, hit the jump to watch the first featurette for Universal's supernatural action comedy R.I.P.D., which stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges.