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Zack Snyder Talks About The Decision To Invite Batman To The Man Of Steel World
Snyder seems confident in his portrayal of the Last Son Of Krypton, however. Comparing it to Watchmen (while squashing that silly Gilliam beef), a film which he most certainly has not acknowledged its critics, Snyder says he's brought the character into the real world.
Glenn Beck Ramping Up A Film Studio, Planning Three Original Features
Beck has his audience, for sure. The bigger question will be whether he can connect with an audience outside of his core – and become a hit as big as, ironically, Aronofsky’s Noah, which has grossed $248 million worldwide to date.
Cannes Slate Boasts New Films From Michel Hazanavicius, Tommy Lee Jones And More
The festival will open with Olivier Dahan's Grace Of Monaco, though there's no shortage of auteirist works as well. Former Grand Prix winner Atom Egoyan returns with Ryan Reynolds-starrer The Captive while Jean-Luc Godard presents his newest late-career project, the winkingly-titled Goodbye To Language, which will be presented in 3D.
From LEGOs to Zombeavers: A Tribeca Film Fest Trailer Round Up
From midnight movies to directorial debuts, intriguing indies to challenging foreign films, there's loads to choose from at Tribeca. So to help you get some idea of just what's in store for this vibrant film festival, we've collected a selection of trailers and from its lauded line-up. Take a look, and get your tickets while you can!
Mara Wilson Shoots Down Mrs. Doubtfire 2 On Twitter
Celebrities and Twitter are sometimes like fire and gasoline. One ill word sparks an entire diatribe, which ends up with someone looking like a monster in front of their fans. Although there are some moments, like that of Mara Wilson’s outright rejection of the Mrs. Doubtfire sequel, that showcase the concise eloquence that the medium can also be used for.
This Is What James Cameron's The Abyss Set Looks Like 20 Years Later
Before the days of CGI advancement we live in today, there was a time where taking an abandoned and unfinished nuclear power plant and using it to film a movie was considered “a safe move”. Who else but James Cameron would be in the business of re-purposing a space such as that for use in making a movie.
Beverly Hills Cop 4 May Begin Filming This Summer
As you might recall, CBS entertained the notion of bringing the Cop story back to life as a weekly police procedural, with Brandon T. Jackson as Foley’s son – also a cop. The pilot never got picked up by the network, and plans for a forth movie instead continued to move along.
Watch The Gritty New Trailer For Guy Pearce And Robert Pattinson's The Rover
The tagline for The Rover appears to be, “Fear the man with nothing left to lose.” Chilling. If you won’t be in Cannes, expect to see the film when it rolls out this summer.
The Equalizer Poster Puts Denzel Washington In The Shadows
Before Law and Order started its crusade to clean up the streets (and employ Broadway actors) of New York, there was one man who was waging war on crime: Robert McCall, also known as The Equalizer. If you needed help with anything criminal, unsavory, or just plain unfair, this former intelligence agent would help you – free of charge. All you had to do was give him a call.
Mrs. Doubtfire 2 Is In The Works
Both director Chris Columbus and Robin Williams are set to return. David Berenbaum, who got his big break scripting Elf in 2003 and followed it up with The Haunted Mansion, Zoom and The Spiderwick Chronicles, has been hired to pen the script. At this time no plot details seem to be available - but that's not a huge surprise given how new the project seems to be.
Dwayne Johnson Shows Off Some New Skills In New San Andreas Training Photo
San Andreas is a big earthquake disaster movie, and production on the film is scheduled to take place over the next few months down in Australia. Judging from this image, it would seem that at least one scene in the movie will have the star actually going down into a giant crevasse created by the aforementioned natural disaster.
The Hobbit: There And Back Again May Be Getting A New Title
While Into The Fire may seem like a totally generic subtitle, the name could be borrowed from the sixth chapter of Tolkien's book, which is called "Out of the Frying Pan, Into The Fire" and tells the part of the story when Bilbo and the Dwarves has just escaped from the Goblin caves and start getting hunted by a pack of Wargs.
Transcendence's Johnny Depp Shares A Weird Story About Chinese Quadruplets And 3 Other Gems
As part of promoting the release of Transcendence, Depp – along with the rest of the cast and filmmakers behind the film – participated in a press conference in Los Angeles, CA earlier this month, and the actor had the chance to answer journalists’ questions both about his newest movie and more. Read on to find out what he had to say!
Marcello Mastroianni Graces The Poster For The 2014 Cannes Film Festival
Every year, the Cannes Film Festival announces its arrival to the world of film. During this summertime event, new cinematic masterpieces (and sometimes disasters) are unveiled, as if to fire a warning shot across the bow of awards season. It’s an event of high importance, high fashion, and high hopes.
Jenny Slate Considers Her Options In Obvious Child Trailer
Obvious Child centers on a stand up comic who finds herself pregnant from a lame one-night-stand, and promptly decides she needs to get an abortion. Simply put, it's a romantic-comedy unlike any you've seen before. But you probably figured that out from its trailer.