Posted on Monday, June 17th, 2013 by Angie Han
2013 was supposed to be the year of Frank Miller. There were two adaptations of his books due out in the second half of this year, 300: Rise of an Empire and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. But Warner Bros. decided last month to push the former back to 2014, and now Dimension Films is following suit with the latter.
Sadly, that means Miller aficionados will be waiting almost a whole extra year to revisit his grim and gritty town. But hey, we’ve been waiting on a sequel for seven years already — what’s one more? Hit the jump to get the new date.
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Ask any actor to name the filmmakers they’re desperate to work with and a name that comes up more often than not is Paul Thomas Anderson. The proof is in the increasingly impressive and eclectic list of actors joining his upcoming crime film, Inherent Vice. So far there’s Joaquin Phoenix, Benicio Del Toro, Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Jena Malone, Kevin O’Connor and Martin Short. Now another major name has been added: multiple Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn is in talks to join the film. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
Paul Thomas Anderson has a habit of getting his stars Oscar nominations, so it’s no wonder he’s got some big names interested in his next project Inherent Vice. Reese Witherspoon has just boarded the Thomas Pynchon adaptation, joining Joaquin Phoenix, Owen Wilson, and Benicio Del Toro. Jena Malone and Martin Short round out the cast. Get the details after the jump.
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Owen Wilson may be known as a lovable goofball, but he’s a goofball loved by the best directors in the world. He got his start working with friend Wes Anderson, plowed his way through blockbuster comedies, was cast by John Lasseter as the lead in Cars and most recently teamed up with Woody Allen. Next up for Wilson is a job working with other super-talented “Anderson” director, Paul Thomas Anderson. He’s in talks for one of the leads in Inherent Vice, opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Benicio Del Toro.
Below, we’ve updated with the information of which role he’s playing. Read More »
Director Paul Thomas Anderson will likely add an Oscar winner to the cast of his next film, Inherent Vice. Benicio Del Toro is in talks to join the project which stars Joaquin Phoenix as Doc Sportello, a stoner private detective on the case of a missing girlfriend. Kevin J. O’Connor (There Will Be Blood, The Master) will also reportedly appear in the film.
Del Toro would play the small, but crucial role of Sportello’s lawyer friend; O’Connor’s role is yet to be determined. Read More »
Just months after releasing his last film, The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson is set to get behind the camera once again. His next film Inherent Vice, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same title, will reportedly start filming this month having recently received financing from Warner Bros. Joaquin Phoenix will star in a role once earmarked for Robert Downey Jr., as a pot-smoking detective in 1960s Los Angeles who finds himself wrapped up in a labyrinthine crime plot. Anderson’s regular DP, Robert Elswit is also back on board, after taking a hiatus for The Master. Read more below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 by Angie Han
Rupert Wyatt got some positive notice after the his debut feature, The Escapist, but it was his next film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, that introduced him to a broader audience. And although he decided to bow out of that franchise before the sequel started shooting, he’s apparently happy to re-team with the people behind it.
Wyatt has just been attached to direct Night Film, Chernin Entertainment’s adaptation of Marisha Pessl‘s upcoming crime thriller novel.
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Posted on Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 by Angie Han
If you’re one of the 60,000 or so backers of the Veronica Mars movie project, you’re probably starting to get a little curious about what your money’s actually going to buy. Sure, we know it’ll be a feature film featuring Neptune’s sharpest P.I., ten years out of high school. But which of her old friends and nemeses will we see? How much sex and violence can we anticipate? Is this the end of Veronica’s journey, or just the beginning?
Series creator Rob Thomas has all the answers, and while he’s not ready to give everything away he’s happy to drop a few hints. And he may slip a few more in a Twitter live chat tomorrow morning. Hit the jump to learn the latest details on the project, and get more info on the Twitter event.
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