BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
There aren't that many questions left about J.J. Abrams' next Star Trek movie. We know that the project is in active development and that Abrams is once again attached to direct. We know that the script is being written by Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. We know that the entire cast will be returning, from Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk to Simon Pegg as Scotty.
With the men on board Stone is now looking to set up the female roles, "casting a wide net" for the girlfriend role Lawrence was set to play, and also considering Salma Hayek for a role as the "Mexican drug cartel matriarch," though nothing is set in stone yet
Johnnyís out and the movie still exists, so director Emir Kusturica is looking for a new Pancho Villa. Blic reports that that itís a two horse race, with the production likely to go with either Benicio del Toro or Gael Garcia Bernal as their leading man. Meanwhile Salma Hayek, attached to the project when Depp was still on board, remains involved.
Earlier today it was reported that Martin Scorsese would be taking on The Wolf of Wall Street, an adaptation of the memoir by Jordan Belfort, as a project to film this summer with long-time collaborator Leonardo DiCaprio as his lead. While Scorsese is indeed once again attached to direct The Wolf of Wall Street, it will not be filming this summer.
At the very start of the Farrelly brother's Three Stooges madness, the casting was set up to have Sean Penn play Larry, Jim Carrey play Curly and Benicio Del Toro play Moe. It's
It sounds not unlike the "Cities of Love" project that so far includes Paris Je T'aime and New York I Love You, although the Cuban version will contain a lot less smooching and a much wider variety of topics
The Farrelly brothers' Three Stooges movie has been going through hell to get made, with actors like Sean Penn, Benicio Del Toro, Jim Carrey and Paul Giamatti (though not really) all flip-flopping back and
A couple weeks ago it was reported that Mickey Rourke would play the lead role in a biopic about notorious mafia hitman Richard "The Iceman"
The Farrelly brother's Three Stooges project has seemed doomed from the start. Originally getting Jim Carrey, Sean Penn and Benicio Del Toro to play the roles of Larry, Moe and Curly, the
I actually wouldn't mind seeing del Toro in a romantic role. Diaz I could take or leave, but it might be interesting to see what happens to her when paired with an actor of Del Toro's caliber
When the movie finally gets made, this is the screenplay the Farrellys are planning to use. Written by Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly, and Mike Cerrone, this Three Stooges script is Stooges through and through
A movie about retired FBI agent Jack Garcia is in the works and itíll star Benicio del Toro. Peter Buchman penned the script and Steve Soderbergh, whoís currently fishing for a director, is on board to produce. The duo originally had Making Jack Falcone set up at Paramount, the studio may soon let it go.
When we all heard about a possible new Three Stooges movie with Benicio Del Toro, Jim Carrey and Sean Penn there is no way we thought it could be true. Why would they do such a horrible thing
The new Super Bowl trailer for The Wolfman has arrived. Itís a collection of things youíve already seen, but cut to go by even faster for football fans in between trips to the kitchen for taquitos
We have seven new clips from The Wolfman, each darker and creepier than the last. Benicio del Toro growls his way through all seven while Anthony Hopkins looks on and seems highly amused
We have a new look inside Universalís upcoming resurrection of The Wolfman. It continues their efforts to draw a direct line between their classic, black and white monster movies and this new take on the character
Universalís The Wolfman has gotten an R-ratingÖ and they couldnít be happier about it. Theyíre so happy about it that they emailed us tonight trumpeting the movieís rating and presumably the terrifying, bloody gore
Now that Thanksgiving is over, are you hungry for some wolf? I hope so, because weíve got three new international posters for Wolfman. The first is really the same as the domestic poster released at the beginning of the month, plus some color.
Benicio del Toroís new Wolfman movie seems to be drenching itself in the nostalgia of classic, Universal monster movies. While that might seem cool to me and you, itís probably a horrible decision in an environment where
The most recent trailer, embedded below, featured utterly un-Elfman-like modern rock type music, and that's probably a good hint as to where the movie will go from there. It does make the film feel more modern