It would appear that New Line's Sopranos prequel film The Many Saints of Newark has found a director with ties to the original HBO series. The Wrap reports that Alan Taylor, who previously won an Emmy for his Sopranos season 6 episode 'Kennedy and Heidi', will be in the hot seat for the flick. While we don't know much yet about[...]
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Simmons has joined the cast of Alan Taylor's reboot Terminator: Genesis. Emilia Clarke is on board as Sarah Connor, the future mother of human resistance leader John Connor (played by Jason Clarke, no relation), while her baby daddy Kyle Reese will be played by Jai Courtney. The ambitious reboot seems like it'll try to weave several storylines[...]
Holbrook probably fits in better, at least aesthetically speaking, with Clarke & Clarke, and he just may have the edge.
While Alan Taylor favors his Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, the studio likes Brie Larson because they see her as more of a rising star While I generally side with giving directors more weight in these kinds of decisions, I have to say I see Paramount's side on this one Larson is indeed a[...]
After some testing, Alan Taylor has narrowed his search for the new Sarah Connor in his Terminator reboot down to two: Emilia Clarke and Brie Larson, according to Deadline. Taylor is also searching for a new Kyle Reese (but why not just keep Anton Yelchin, is my question) and a new John Connor Tom Hardy is[...]
Branagh's gleaming cosmic church organ has been sprinkled with a layer of soot and grease by Game Of Thrones director Alan Taylor, and it helps make the place feel real Well, as real as a transdimensional realm of Norse Gods can. Chris Hemsworth is limitlessly charismatic As Thor he is tough and funny and — for[...]
This new featurette for Thor: The Dark World focuses on Loki, as played with a great deal of delight, it seems, by Tom Hiddleston. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAwmSXYkvMg[/youtube] Director Alan Taylor sums up the way in which the dynamic between Thor and Loki works pretty well with the line, "…typical brothers, but heightened"[...]