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Tom Cruise Drops The Man From U.N.C.L.E. To Focus On Mission: Impossible 5
While Warner Bros. was planning on having Ritchie start production on the new film this fall, Cruise is now planning to use that time to get Mission: Impossible 5 going, hoping to start shooting before the end of the year.
New York Museum's Jim Henson Gallery Will House Hundreds Of Muppets
Supported by the City of New York and Henson's family, the new Henson exhibit will house nearly 400 puppets, costumes and other props used in his various film and television productions, including The Muppet Show, Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock, and The Dark Crystal.
Operation Kino 115 Review: Revving It Up For Fast & Furious 6
VROOM! VROOM! or…yeah…something. Deadline's Jen Yamato joins the furious pair of Katey and David to discuss Justin Lin's final entry into the Fast and Furious Franchise. Complete with a group of bikers revving through the streets outside of Jen's apartment.
Brad Pitt Screens World War Z To Select Crowds, Scores Positive Reviews
“We gotta do a screening for the fans. So, we decided there was no better place to do that than Jersey,” Pitt exclaimed to a packed theater, according to ScreenCrush. The site went on to describe the film as a “crowd-pleaser,” saying, “If you’ve heard any of the production problems the film has had, don’t believe the hype: World War Z isn’t a disaster.
Divergent Movie Faction Symbols Emphasize The Divide In Society
One of the things that sets the Divergent society apart from other dystopian societies featured in popular young adult novels is the faction division. In Veronica Roth's popular series, the city of Chicago is divided into five factions, which determine how people live their lives.
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives to Star Trek Into Darkness, The Hangover Part III, And Epic
Looking to Star Trek Into Darkness, The Hangover Part III, and Epic for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of Marvel Universe movies, romances from literature, and crowd-pleasing comedies with underrated stars.
The Hunger Games Co-Star Isabelle Fuhrman Joins Dear Eleanor
The picture is a coming-of-age drama set in 1962, when the United States was dealing with the political tensions and social fears generated by the Cuban Missile Crisis. Fuhrman will play one of two teenage girls who embark on a cross-country journey in search of Eleanor Roosevelt.
Paddy Considine And Fares Fares Join Tom Hardy In Child 44
The plot, based on Tom Rob Smith’s 2008 novel, follows a disgraced MGB agent named Leo Demidov (Hardy), who investigates a series of brutal killings in the Soviet Union, back when the country was still under Joseph Stalin’s rule.
Director Todd Phillips And Writer Craig Mazin Talk Alan's Journey In The Hangover Part III
For the end of the Hangover franchise Warner Bros. organized a press day in Las Vegas where myself and a group of other journalists had the chance to talk with director Todd Phillips and co-writer Craig Mazin about the franchise finale, The Hangover Part III.
Romeo And Juliet Reimagining Rosaline Moves To Universal
Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber are handling screenwriting duties, and they're why I'm excited: Neustadter and Weber also penned the indie romantic comedy 500 Days (of Summer) with Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as well as the Sundance hit The Spectacular Now.
Watch Mark Ruffalo And Melanie Laurent Perform Some Magic On The Set Of Now You See Me
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.
Daryl Hannah, Kirsten Prout And Chloe Bridges Set To Star In Social Media Drama Offline
The story centers on a top student (Prout) who sees her life get turned upside down when inappropriate photographs of her start appearing on her online profile, throwing her collegiate and occupational plans for the future into jeopardy.