Armie Hammer joining Nocturnal Animals

After becoming a 1960s Russian spy in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. earlier this year, Armie Hammer joining Nocturnal Animals, a dramatic tale of a story within a story that is the next film from A Single Man director Tom Ford.

Focus Features is behind the production based on Austin Wright’s novel Tony and Susan, and Hammer has a key role in the that focuses on a woman (Amy Adams) who receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband, a man whom she left 20 years earlier, asking for her opinion. And then things take an interesting turn. Read More »

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Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy

Not that there was ever much doubt, but just to be clear: Yes, Vin Diesel will return to voice Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, as revealed by director James Gunn. Read about the Vin Diesel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 return after the jump.  Read More »

Mike Birbiglia improv movie

If you’re a fan of stand-up comedy, I hope that you’ve discovered the work of Mike Birbiglia. If not, Netflix Instant currently has two of his comedy specials, What I Should Have Said Was Nothing: Tales from My Secret Public Journal and My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, and I recommend watching them immediately.

In addition, Birbiglia also made his directorial debut with his auto-biographical indie comedy Sleepwalk with Me, which played at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2012. Like Birbiglia’s comedy, it’s definitely worth watching. And now Birbiglia has just started production on his sophomore directing effort, a movie set in the world of improv called Don’t Think Twice. Read More »

Christopher Guest Family Tree

Mascots marks new territory for Christopher Guest in that it’s his first-ever movie for Netflix. But the team he’s assembled for it will look pretty familiar. Jane Lynch, Bob Balaban, Parker Posey, and Jennifer Coolidge are among the Guest regulars lined up for his latest mockumentary, according to a new report. Get the latest Christopher Guest Mascots casting updates after the jump.  Read More »

Kong Skull Island Jason Mitchell

Universal may not currently have a Straight Outta Compton sequel in the works, but they’ve just made plans for a Straight Outta Compton reunion. Jason Mitchell, who played Eazy-E, has just boarded Kong: Skull Island alongside Corey Hawkins, who played Dr. Dre. More details on the Kong Skull Island Jason Mitchell casting after the jump.  Read More »

Bruce Willis leaves Woody Allen

Just a few weeks ago, the full ensemble cast of Woody Allen‘s untitled 2016 movie was revealed as production was close to beginning in Los Angeles and New York. But one of those cast members has suddenly departed the movie.

Bruce Willis was named as being part of the movie along side the likes of Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart, Corey Stoll, Anna Camp and more. However, Willis is no longer part of the producton, and there’s some conflicting information about Bruce Willis leaving Woody Allen and his new movie behind. Read More »

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Gabriel Chavarria in East Los High

Fox’s Planet of the Apes prequel series is really all about the apes, but said apes still need some humans to butt heads with. And they’ve just found one for the upcoming War of the Planet of the Apes.

East Los High actor Gabriel Chavarria has just been cast in the film, which brings back Dawn of the Planet of the Apes helmer Matt Reeves. More on the War of the Planet of the Apes Gabriel Chavarria casting after the jump. Read More »

Lea Seydoux in Sister

Gambit has found his cherie. Léa Seydoux has reportedly been offered the role of Bella Donna Boudreaux in the upcoming X-Men spinoff, joining Channing Tatum as the titular mutant superhero. Rupert Wyatt is directing. Get all the details on the Gambit Léa Seydoux casting after the jump.  Read More »

Kirsten Dunst Sofia Coppola project

Since directing the teenage thieving romp The Bling Ring, director Sofia Coppola has been pretty low key on the filmmaking front. While she was initially slated to direct an adaptation of The Little Mermaid at Universal, she fell away from the project back in June this summer. And the only definitely project she has coming up is a Netflix Christmas special starring her Lost in Translation lead Bill Murray.

However, some new information has come to light pointing to a new Kirsten Dunst Sofia Coppola project sometime in 2016, which would mark their third time working together following The Virgin Suicides and Marie Antoinette. Read More »