If you've been looking forward to the film adaptation of The Lost Symbol, we would suggest you don't hold your breath. However, if you were looking forward to Tom Hanks and Ron Howard returning to the Robert Langdon franchise they helped make famous, you're going to love the news we've got for you.
The adaptation of Dan Brown's third Robert Langdon novel The Lost Symbol still hasn't started production, but already we are learning details about plans for the fourth book in the series. Both director Ron Howard and star Tom Hanks - who worked together on both 2006's The Da Vinci Code and 2009's Angels & Demons - are now set to reunite on the fourth movie adaptation of the franchise, Inferno.
The tragic and tangled story of the Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace has been mined by not one but two upcoming biopics: Lovelace and Inferno. However, the latter has predominantly drawn notice because it was poised to be Lindsay Lohan's big comeback. Of course, Lohan was canned when mounting personal turmoil repeatedly delayed production.
Malin Akerman may not have secured the role of Lois Lane in Zack Snyder’s Superman, but the actress has absolutely nothing to be worried about considering she’s already got a slew of upcoming projects on her hands. While talking about her latest film, The Bang Bang Club, at the Tribeca Film Festival, Akerman took the time to run through her laundry list of new projects including Medallion, Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story and maybe one day Serpent Girl.
Watchmen’s Malin Akerman will take up the title role, a far cry from her recent turn as Vincent Vaughn’s wife in Couples Retreat. The actress is eight years Lohan’s senior, but as she looks a little young
What a shame. For all her sketchy behavior, Lohan is actually an above-average actress who, with the right material, could have blossomed into a bankable and respectable star. Guess now she’s free to hit up happy
Though I've certainly tried as hard as I can, it's practically impossible to avoid news about Lindsay Lohan. Be it going to jail, getting out of jail, being put on probation, failing drug tests or going back to jail, the
Kitamura gave us the surprisingly excellent Bradley Cooper starrer Midnight Meat Train as well as cult classic Versus, so counting out this film completely based on one casting decision might be jumping the gun a smidgen
After years of on set problems and box office flops, Lindsay Lohan’s career may be in the toilet, but when you’re a beautiful Hollywood actress you’re never really out of work. You just have to be willing to get naked