Posted on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 by Angie Han
Magic Mike XXL is set to reunite most of the hardbodies from the first film, save Matthew McConaughey. But every sequel needs some fresh blood, and so Magic Mike XXL has just added its first new cast member.
Andie MacDowell is set to board the new movie, joining Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matt Bomer, and Joe Manganiello. Gregory Jacobs is directing and Steven Soderbergh is doing everything but. Hit the jump for more on the Magic Mike XXL Andie MacDowell casting.
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Here we go again. We’ve seen a teaser trailer for Craig Brewer‘s remake of the ’80s film Footloose, and now here’s the full thing. Well, here’s another trailer, anyway — this one is quite a bit shorter than the teaser. Hit the jump to see Kenny Wormold as Kevin Bacon, Julianne Hough as Lori Singer, and Dennis Quaid as John Lithgow. Read More »
The first real trailer has dropped for the remake of Footloose, from Hustle & Flow director Craig Brewer, and starring Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough. Given the importance of this particlar piece of footage, we’ll cut right to the chase and you can find the trailer after the break. Read More »
That Footloose remake that no one asked for and everyone keeps forgetting about (okay, maybe that’s just me) is still moving forward, and we have new images to prove it. The updated version stars relative unknown Kenny Wormald as protagonist Ren McCormack and two-time Dancing with the Stars winner Julianne Hough as love interest Ariel Moore — the parts originally played by Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer.
The new photos show, among other things, Hough looking cute in cutoffs, Wormald looking like a slick city boy, and Dennis Quaid and Andie MacDowell as Ariel’s parents. Check ‘em out after the jump.
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I just wrote about Butter the other day — that’s the Black List script by Jason Micallef that is becoming a comedy with satirical overtones starring Rob Corddry and Jennifer Garner. Now Ashley Greene, aka the one reason I’d think about ever wanting to watch any of the Twilight films, is signing on to play “a rebellious high school teenager.” I still love the core idea — an Iowa butter-carving competition is allegory for the 2008 Democratic caucus — and this cast is really shaping up. [THR]
After the break, new work for a Glee cast member and some terribly exciting news about the third Big Momma’s House movie. Actually, the opposite — the only exciting news would be that it isn’t happening. Read More »