The film is called Stretch and is the story of a debt-ridden chauffer (Patrick Wilson) who picks up a difficult and devious billionaire (Chris Pine) and as the night progresses their interaction leads to many dangerous encounters The movie also has Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms, Norman Reedus, David Hasselhoff and Ray Liotta.Now this movie was supposed to come out[...]
The retro-style dark comedy stars Patrick Wilson (Watchmen), Matt Bomer (White Collar) and Liv Tyler (Lord of the Rings).From over on Entertainment Weekly we get we get the trailer for Space Station 76 The retro-style dark comedy stars Patrick Wilson (Watchmen), Matt Bomer (White Collar) and Liv Tyler (Lord of the Rings).From over[...]
Patrick Wilson, who's been fan-cast as a superhero or two in his career, and played Nite Owel in Zack Snyder's Watchmen, is switching teamsDeadline reports Wilson is the latest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and has signed on to star in Edgar Wright's Ant-Man.Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas play Scott Lang and Hank[...]
• Patrick Wilson and Alec Baldwin are about to get Caught Stealing in a new comedy/thriller Wayne Kramer will direct Wilson plays a bartender who gets caught up in a treasure hunt with unsavory characters, one of whom is Baldwin's sadistic cop It's based on the novel by Charlie Huston [Deadline]• Arya Stark is heading[...]
James Wan's follow-up to his hugely profitable film Insidious gets a new trailer.
The Conjuring looks like it may be filled with plenty of moments to make you jump.
This looks pretty efficient.
Darwin's great grandson has made a thriller with Liv Tyler, Charlie Hunnam and Patrick Wilson. I spoke to him about it.
Below, you'll see that I've put the trailer for James Wan's Insidious, one of the most acclaimed spook-stories in recent years. I'm glad to be of service, but you'll have to find your own cushion to hide behind. Having seen the trailer, if you think you're up to watching the whole, blood-chilling thing, we've got […]
Now, no offense is meant to Patrick Wilson, but he's a much better choice for the role Reading that he's in talks at The LA Times, I was buoyed and enthusiastic and then clicking over to The Hollywood Reporter to see that he had apparently now signed on, I was pretty much over the moon.But it's even[...]
How ironic.Here's the new trailer for Barry Munday, in which Patrick Wilson, as the title character, faces that exact irony And then, below the new trailer is a slightly older trailer That one supported the film on the festival circuit and has more footage.Actually, if you're only going to watch one of these, I'd suggest[...]