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Barry Levinson To Direct Loose Adaptation Of Bei La's Romance Novel The Cursed Piano
After taking a considerable break from directing feature films, Barry Levinson is getting busy again. Last year he directed the found footage horror film The Bay; he's currently in pre-production on Black Mass, a biopic about notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger starring Johnny Depp, and now he's picked up yet another project for the future.
The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones Moves Up A Couple Days
When a movie is moved to a Wednesday release date, it typically means one of two things: either it's trying to get a head start on a holiday weekend, or it's trying to catch people's attention during a weekend where there are many competing films vying for the audiences' attention.
These Smurfs 2 Posters Are Awfully Smurfing Generic
The two non-Smurfs are Vexy (Christina Ricci) and Hackus (JB Smoove), two Smurf-like Naughties created by Gargamel. Only Smurfette knows the way to turn them into real Smurfs, so they plan to make her as naughty as they are.
Endless Love Remake Sets Perfectly Fitting Release Date
Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde will play the roles made notorious by Martin Hewitt and Brooke Shields in the remake, and they are joined by co-stars Robert Patrick, Bruce Greenwood, Rhys Wakefield, Dayo Okeniyi, Emma Rigy and Joely Richardson. Get ready for a heart-filled advertising campaign complete with Hallmark tie-ins.
Hunger Games' Josh Hutcherson To Star In Psychological Thriller Ape
Hutcherson will produce through his JetLag Productions along with Bree Herzog’s Atomic Owl Pictures.The script was written by newcomer Jon Johnston, and will be directed by Miguel Sapochnik, whose only directorial film credit is 2010’s perfectly average Repo Men.
New Man Of Steel Trailer Has General Zod On The Hunt For Superman
Thus far just about all of the marketing for Zack Snyder's Man of Steel has focused on its titular hero, played by Henry Cavill, and it's not hard to see why. But for the latest trailer Warner Bros. has changed things up a bit.
Warm Bodies Blu-ray Clips Explain How To Make A Zombie Laugh And More
Warm Bodies is hitting Blu-ray and DVD next month, and to celebrate the upcoming release, Summit Entertainment has released several clips that take a look at the filming of the flick. In particular, the first one is super amusing and looks into Nicholas Hoult and Rob Corddry learning to grunt effectively for their roles as zombies in the film. Hoult says that Corddry made it his goal to get the younger actor to crack up during the zombie scenes.
Harrison Ford And Asa Butterfield Are Suited Up In Ender's Game Promotional Photo
It's all suits and seriousness for the latest promotional photo for Summit's Ender's Game. The image doesn't reveal much about the plot - for those who haven't read the book anyway - but it does showcase the movie's two stars, Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfield, who play Colonel Graff and the titular Ender Wiggin in the feature adaptation of the popular sci-fi novel.
Leonardo DiCaprio Wants Dennis Lehane To Pen Travis McGee
The project is based on John D. MacDonald’s The Deep Blue Good-By, the first in a series of 21 novels centered around McGee, a Florida-based detective. It was published in 1964, and follows a treasure smuggled home by a soldier after WWII.
Zac Efron To Become An Informant In True Crime Drama Narc
The story follows a young and extremely promising student who gets in serious trouble when he is caught with a bunch of cocaine that he was going to sell at a party. Making a deal with the cops, the student agrees to be an undercover informant.
Gael Garcia Bernal And Mia Maestro To Star In Non-Remake Evita
The film will follow the strange journey that Eva’s embalmed corpse went on after her 1952 death. Because her death did not quell her political influence, the military coup that ousted her husband stole her body. It was buried in Argentina 25 years later.
Vince Vaughn's Delivery Man, The Fifth Estate And Spike Jonze's Her Get New Release Dates
Ken Scott’s comedy Delivery Man, formerly known as Starbuck, stars Vince Vaughn as an ordinary guy who finds out his sperm bank donations have led to him being the biological father of over 500 children. The film was originally going to be released on October 4th, but has changed to November 22nd.
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