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Trailerís like the new one for Terrence Malickís new film, Knight of Cups, is difficult to describe. Esoteric and without clear context, this is something that the enigmatic director makes a habit of.
Is Christian Bale playing Bruce Wayne again in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice after all? No. No he's not. And here's Christian Bale telling you so.
When biopics are made they are often controversial. When youíre digging around in somebodyís history you are bound to upset people, and thatís apparently what happened in the case of the upcoming Steve Jobs.
How important is it that Michael Fassbender doesn't look like the actual Steve Jobs? According to Fassbender itself, not very. Read on to learn his exact reasoning behind that statement.
The first trailer for The Big Short has dropped online, and if the premise alone isnít enough to pique your interested, then how about the star-studded cast that features Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and Steve Carell?
Naturally, this is the start of something much bigger for DC and Warner Bros., and the presence of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman fulfills the Dawn of Justice part of the title. And now, thankfully, we know that when it came time to go potty, it was much easier for both Batman and Superman.
Before Christian Bale donned the black cape and mask to become Christopher Nolanís Dark Knight, there were a bevy of actors up for the role. Josh Hartnett was apparently also in the mix, but unlike the other candidates, he made the fatal error of turning down the now iconic part.
The Fighter's story is far from over, and producer Todd Lieberman has some words on the status of the second film's production. Read on to discover how close we are to another round with Mickey Ward.
Like the Bret Easton Ellis book that itís based on, the ending of Mary Harronís American Psycho is rather ambiguous, and has been a source of debate amongst fans for a long time. The narrative takes some rather sharp turns as it builds up to its conclusion, and in the end leaves the audience questioning exactly how much of the story actually transpired.
Bruce Wayne leads a double life. By day, heís a well-respected billionaire playboy who heads up Wayne Enterprises and attends lavish parties with ballerinas as his dates. At night, the mask goes on and he dives into a world of depraved acts and his ďplayroomĒ full of bits and bobs that would make Anastasia Steele blush. And, no, weíre not talking about him being the Caped Crusader.
What do you believe? Is there a deeper twist at the end of The Prestige that we arenít seeing? Or did Christopher Nolan leave his cards on the table this time, for all to see?
It's always exciting when large-scale ensemble dramas are announced. These projects open up special doors that allow some of the best actors in the industry to work with and bounce off other like none other, and it's fun to watch and see just how many A-listers can be packaged into one feature.
Adam McKay is making a big move directing The Big Short as his next film, making the jump from goofy comedies like Anchorman and Step Brothers to serious drama. It should be an interesting journey for him as a filmmaker, but it will be an adventure that sees him working with an outstanding cast.
The irony of this situation has to be that Sir Ridley Scott rarely edits his films just once. This is a man who has at least five versions of his masterpiece, Blade Runner. And he has gone on record to say that his initial cut of Exodus ran four hours long.
Batman and Green Arrow may not be joining forces on the big screen anytime soon, but now we have a better idea of what that might look like thanks to this amazing fan trailer!
So far, Exodus: Gods and Kings has earned an estimated $107 million worldwide. It will continue to roll out to foreign territories, though you can scratch Egypt off its world-tour schedule.
The first trailer for Terrence Malick's The Knight Of Cups has been released and it is just as peculiar and artsy as you'd have thought.
The thing about the Red Sea sequence is that it competes with several eye-popping visual events in the rest of the movie. Sir Ridley Scott embraces his epic blockbuster side when bringing the size and scope of the story of Moses to the big screen.
Poor Bale. Christopher Nolan wrapped his Batman trilogy up in a tidy bow. Probably TOO tidy, giving everyone a happy ending whether they earned it or not. And yet, the actor (and likely the director) will always have to answer to fan theories and speculation
Speaking with the men behind the massive spectacle, itís clear that they did what they could to keep things light on the set. In fact, while interviewing Edgerton about the scale of the picture, and Ridley Scottís use of multiple cameras to capture the vast action on screen, he talked to me about stopping in the moment and reminding yourself, ďItís just a movie.Ē