You throw into this mix the obvious resemblance between the Franco brothers, and suddenly this is DePalma-levels of creepy. The very making of The Room, a film that feels like a cry for help from a crazy person, is a Heart Of Darkness-type story of absolute power corrupting absolutely.
“There’s a joke where – I’m still not sure if I ever said it out loud or if I was just thinking it. But during the montage where we’re getting back at Seth and Rose, and we cut their bush into the shape of a guy bending over, I wanted to say the line..."
Franco went on to explain that a big portion of Now You See Me 2 will be spent exploring who this tight-knit band of illusionists really are off of the stage. As he mentions, they spent so much time in the first movie on a stage, in various states of performance, and the team now wants to figure out who they are as individuals.
Despite big budget tent pole releases like The Lone Ranger, Pacific Rim and Fast & Furious 6 as its competition, the mid-range thriller that cost $75 million to produce has become a sleeper hit, earning $115 million domestically and $117 million abroad.
Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco and Isla Fisher star in the film as The Four Horsemen, the a team of comprised of some of the most talented magicians in the entire world. The twist to their act, however, is that they use their skills in sleight of hand and mental manipulation to rob from the rich and give to the poor.
I have to imagine that one of the cooler things about being an actor is that you get the opportunity to learn all kinds of cool skills and abilities. It's hard work, but if you want to star in an action movie then you need to get it super good shape and learn acrobatics and how to fight - not to mention possibly swing a sword or drive a stunt car.
Though movie productions have been faking New York City locations for decades, there are a few things you simply can't fake. Like an abandoned building that's become a legendary graffiti hub, painted over by countless artists and preserved by devoted caretakers. Or views of Manhattan from the top of the building where your characters will pull off their climactic stunt. Or the 7 train rumbling by in the background, loud and chaotic but all part of the charm you get when you sign up for New York City
Seth Rogen helped Christopher Mintz-Plasse get his big break when the young actor was cast as McLovin in Superbad, and now, six years later the two are set to reunite - and Dave Franco is coming along for the ride as well.
30 Minutes or Less star Jesse Eisenberg is giving heist movies a second shot with Now You See Me, a thriller from Clash of the Titans' helmer Louis Leterrier that has the nebbish leading man heading an unconventional team of conmen. Alternately described as magicians, anarchists and modern-day Robin Hoods
Should the deals go through, Woll would play Rosaline while Franco and Steinfeld would play Romeo and Juliet, respectively. Ignoring the age difference for a moment (Franco is 22 while Steinfeld is only 15), what makes this story really strange is that this isn't the only offer out for Steinfeld to play the bard's most famous female character.
Franco plays a drug dealer who is also the most popular kid in high school, and the target of undercover NARC agents Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. We haven’t really had the chance to see Franco shine as an actor yet, but judging by the pedigree, we can expect him to do some great things with the role
It's not surprising that they'd want to do a longer take on "Acting with James Franco" given how successful the shorts have been, but does anyone think there's enough material there for an entire