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Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk has already begun to enlist an ensemble of familiar faces from past Nolan films. Among those familiar faces is none other than Batman Begins' Scarecrow, a.k.a Cillian Murphy.
With The Dark Knight Trilogy Blu-ray set arriving on September 24, it's a chance not only to look back at last summer's The Dark Knight Rises, but uncover the steps for the creation of the entire trilogy of Batman films from Christopher Nolan. Yesterday we brought you the video from the Blu-ray of Christian Bale auditioning as Batman, wearing Val Kilmer's suit from Batman Forever and acting opposite Amy Adams as Rachel Dawes
Far be it for me to say he will make a Ron Howard movie better, but I’m pretty sure he will make this Ron Howard movie better, especially when he’ll be joined by Chris Hemsworth, who is another actor that tends to do no wrong.
As Katey noted in her editorial, it's getting difficult to tell Wally Pfister's Transcendence and Christopher Nolan's Interstellar apart. Not only did the director of the former work as the latter's director of photography for years, they've even begun to show a similar taste in actors...
Red Lights follows a pair of skeptical investigators (Sigourney Weaver and Cillian Murphy) on their mission to bust hoaxes. But this is no Ghostbusters tale filled with goofy ghouls. Instead, this scientifically minded team of a psychologist and a physicist seek to debunk self-proclaimed psychics with their masterful deduction skills. However, this all changes when Murphy's daring upstart looks to investigate a celebrity psychic Simon Silver (Robert De Niro)
Daniel Clay’s debut novel, the 2008 work Broken, centered around Rick Buckley, a teenaged protagonist who earns the nickname “Broken Buckley” after a neighbor, Bob, savagely beats him for a rape that never occurred. The book goes on to document how (or, more specifically, when) a human being like Rick can be pressed toward his more animalistic traits.
The trailer almost feels like a variation on the infamous 1938 War of the Worlds radio broadcast. You have two people basically cut off from civilization who are told that the rest of the world has fallen victim to outbreak, but can’t actually see it happening to confirm it; much like those folks listening to reports of an alien invasion had no idea whether or not it was real.
You pretty much only need to add Liam Neeson in there to get an Awesome Irish Actor royal flush, and who knows, Gleeson may talk him into it before too long. Oddly enough, none of these actors appear to be eligible to play the main character
With Buried now on his resume, director Rodrigo Cortes has collected a solid amount of sway. What has said sway delivered so far? Only Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver cast in his next film. As reported
Jamie Bell, a.k.a. the actor everyone thought was Spider-Man until Andrew Garfield got the job, isn't going to just fall back and lick his wounds after that brutal casting process
The sci-fi thriller is set in a future where the aging gene has been turned off, making time the new currency and giving rich people the power to be immortal. Justin Timberlake
The producer is describing it as "Knife in the Water meets Dead Calm," but if you're an intrigued American you might have a long wait to know more
Here’s a new Inception question for you: is there air conditioning in limbo? By the look of those dilapidated buildings, I’d guess not, however, I doubt the folks attending the screening
Each poster introduces a character and gives him a job title. DiCaprio is The Architect, Joseph Gordon Levitt is The Point Man, Ken Watanabe is The Tourist, and so on. Even these titles
Michael Lander's Peacock promises to be an interesting piece. Cillian Murphy plays John Skillpa, a quiet bank clerk living in the town of Peacock, Nebraska, and after a train crashes in his backyard
What's not to love about the British tabloids? They often produce asinine, bogus stories (Robin Williams to play Susan Boyle, Eddie Murphy is The Riddler) and their credibility worldwide is in the toilet