Certainly sounds like a recipe to mix beautiful cinematography with some good character development, if they can get it right.
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Filming begins on September 22, with a Fall 2015 release planned.
I think they're being really serious here. With a bit of deadpan humor that's character-specific. I think.
We're reaching the stage here where the best thing to do is probably just to wait and see and stop speculating.
That title is what happens when you hold Twitter contests to name your movie.
Here it is, a great detailed look at each member of Disney and Marvel’s new animated film.
Another spectacularly scary Japanese horror movie (so I've been told, as if I could ever handle watching this) is getting an English-language remake. I guess everyone's forgotten about Oldboy already. Deadline reports an American version of Audition, the Ryu Murakami book that became a cult classic film by Takashi Miike, is coming. The new version […]
James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain fall in and out of love in the first trailer for The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, a somewhat experimental exercise in storytelling where the same story is told from his and hers perspectives. This was originally going to be two separate movies, I believe to called His and Hers, respectively, […]
Not exactly light-hearted stuff, but it's Elba, and it's Fukunaga, so it's definitely a must-watch.
Filming begins in July in Ireland.
Dan Stevens leaves no recognizable sign of his previous stint on Downton Abbey here in the first trailer for Adam Wingard's The Guest, his follow-up to the well-received but under-performing You're Next. He doesn't exactly do anything, but the whole trailer is menacing and seems to be screaming that this family with a fallen soldier […]
In some ways, Aubrey Plaza was born to play a zombie. She certainly has the monotone, deadpan thing down and looks right in her element here.
The big battle sequence looks to come when the five-man crew has to defend themselves against a 500-men strong enemy squad.
The Eiffel Tower! “Full frontal action”!
Keeping with the propoganda-themed marketing so far, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has released a first teaser trailer, showing nothing more than Donald Sutherland's President Snow delivering a message about how great Panem is. And that's a kidnapped and brainwashed Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) standing dutifully next to him, in case you miss how […]
With The Martian set for a 2015 release and the Prometheus sequel set for 2016, it’s looking increasingly unlikely that Scott will be directing both.
Looks like Ben McKenzie’s young Detective Jim Gordon will have his hands full. And these are only the villains we already know about.
The difficulties of shooting green screen in a forest and accurately portraying wet ape fur are discussed
Deadline reports MGM's reboot of 1980s teenage hacker actioner WarGames has itself a director in Dean Israelite. Meanwhile, TheWrap updates that not only do they have a director, there are already young actors batting it out for the lead role, with The Fault in Our Stars' Ansel Elgort and Mud star Tye Sheridan among those […]
“War Never Ends Quietly” is the tagline for David Ayer’s newest action thriller.