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How do we know that Netflix is a legitimate source for original content? Aside from the massive success of shows like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black, landing Brad Pitt seems like a immense leap in the right direction.
Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard, and Robert Zemeckis' coming together to make a romantic, World War II spy drama sounds like a good time to us.
Maybe Netflix is the right fit for War Machine. As for the future, it will be very interesting to see how any other major movie stars start exploring unique content and distribution deals like this one at Netflix, and at its streaming competition.
Earlier this year it was teased by writer Steven Knight that the upcoming World War Z 2 would potentially not start up right at the end of the first movie, leaving some to question whether or not Brad Pitt would be returning to star in the sequel in addition to serving as a producer. Well, if new reports can be believed, it looks like we will be seeing the return of Gerry Lane in part two.
Angelina Jolie was barely given any Oscar attention with her latest directorial effort, Unbroken, but will she get another chance come the 2016 Academy Awards? Universal announced today that her upcoming movie, By the Sea, which co-stars Jolie and her husband Brad Pitt, will be released this November.
Se7en's ending is still regarded as one of the most brutal and memorable of the last 20 years. But what made it chime with audiences? And how close did it come to be altered?
Brad Pitt fought the undead in 2013's World War Z then more recently German soldiers in his epic World War II action-drama Fury. Now with piles of dead zombies and Nazis in behind him, he may be ready to team up with wife Angelina Jolie to battle animal poachers.
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.
It’s been revealed that David Fincher, Gillian Flynn, and Ben Affleck are now reteaming for a remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic Strangers on a Train, with Affleck set to play the movie’s protagonist. The big question that remains, however, is who will play opposite him as the film’s murder-trading villain.
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.
So what’s the main thrust of the argument? Obviously, stop reading this is you haven’t yet seen or read Fight Club, and still want to go into the story unspoiled.
Along with a Golden Globe nomination comes more recognition, so Brad Pitt is here to make sure everyone is pronouncing David Oyelowo’s name correctly.
Beyond his part in Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys, Brad Pitt has never really explored much of the science-fiction. It's a bit strange when you consider how many other genre films he's made over the course of his career as an actor and a producer - but the good news is that it's an area in which the famed actor is working to expand.
Brad Pitt has admitted that he lets his 13-year-old son watch violent, R-rated movies with him. However he also makes sure that he talks through what they’ve just watched afterwards. Just in case he’s traumatised.
This past weekend the new World War II movie Fury was at the top of the box office with $26 million. This got the folks over at Jimmy Kimmel Live wondering what a sequel to this Brad Pitt vehicle would look like. Turns out, you throw in some Furbies and even a movie as hard-R and graphically violent as Fury can be family friendly!
Some coming out of Fury noticed a different dynamic between Brad Pitt and the introverted, God-fearing soldier played by Shia LaBeouf in the film. Is it possible these two men had a romantic relationship?
“Welcome to my nightmare.” This is how Fury director David Ayer jokingly reacts to my initial question about filming an entire World War II drama involving tanks.
Shia LaBeouf did a good job of reminding the world that he isn’t a crazy person after all during his recent appearance to promote Fury on The Jimmy Kimmel Show. Which was down in part to his revelation that the entire cast fought each other on a daily basis to get into character for the movie, and that he even punched Brad Pitt.
Ben Affleck’s impossibly comfortable turn as the self-centered Nick Dunne struck me as yet another combination of a perfect Fincher choice, followed by a seamless performance under the director’s watchful eye. And I realized it was the latest of many.
Newlyweds Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie celebrate their new nuptials by reuniting for By the Sea, a new romantic drama set in 1970s France. Check out the first photos from the shoot.