Not too long ago, we learned that Ben Affleck‘s long-awaited adaptation of Dennis Lehane‘s novel Live By Night may get an awards-qualifying release late this year before going wide in January. Now that appears to have been confirmed with the first trailer for the 1920s crime thriller making its way online. This looks like it has the potential to be Ben Affleck’s best movie yet.
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This December will mark the official 25th anniversary of Edward Scissorhands, easily one of the best films director Tim Burton has ever made. It represents a fond memory of a time when the filmmaker was still cooking up original stories for the big screen.
To honor this milestone anniversary, Fox Home Entertainment has a restored, special edition Blu-Ray hitting shelves in October. That’s a few months away, but it will be available for pre-order at Comic-Con this week, along with a limited edition lithograph created by Gallery 1988 artist Mark Englert. It’s a pretty wonderfil piece of work that you can see in full after the jump along with details on the Edward Scissorhands 25th anniversary Blu-Ray. Read More »
Results came out of Sundance this year, and shows director Andrew Bujalski (Funny Ha Ha, Mutual Appreciation) moving into more polished comedy than the very low-key films that originally made his name. This one stars Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, and Kevin Corrigan as an unlikely trio who are united by Corrigan’s neediness and depression after a divorce. And that sounds pretty heavy, but this first Results trailer makes the story look bitterly funny, with a particularly good turn from Smulders. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 by Angie Han
We’ve got a hodgepodge of new images after the jump, including set photos from Robocop and The Wolverine, stills from Hitchcock and Beautiful Creatures, and even a snapshot of the National Lampoon’s Vacation cast, reunited.
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Posted on Thursday, March 15th, 2012 by Angie Han
Geek favorite Nathan Fillion has signed on for Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Sea of Monsters, the Thor Freudenthal-directed sequel to Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief. As Greek god Hermes, father of antagonist Luke (Jake Abel), Fillion joins a strong supporting cast that includes Yvette Nicole Brown (Community), Missi Pyle (The Artist), and Mary Birdsong (The Descendants) as the three Fates.
Logan Lerman, who starred in the first film as Percy, will reprise his role, along with Alexandra Daddario and Brandon T. Jackson. The Sea of Monsters is scheduled to hit theaters March 26, 2013.
After the jump, Halle Berry comes back to The Hive, and Anthony Michael Hall stabs Danny Trejo in the back as Mickey Rourke watches on.
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Ever since it was announced that Anthony Michael Hall had been cast in The Dark Knight, the internet has been hard at work speculating what kind of role he would play in the film. Warner Bros decision to keep the project almost entirely secret (and limiting press access) has resulted in mass spoilers being leaked online. And now we have a tip on what character Hall may play in the film.
Earlier this month we published a list of call sheet spoilers from The Dark Knight. Last week’s call-sheets included a new character named Reese (read no further if you don’t want to know any more possible spoilers) who tries to blackmail Lucius Fox using Batman’s identity. We also had some information on another sequence which involved Bruce Wayne serving as a distraction to allow Reese to escape a Gotham tv station without being mobbed. According to the call sheet, Reese is being played by Joshua Harto and not Anthony Michael Hall.
HollywoodChicago claims to have information which ties Anthony Michael Hall’s character to this storyline. According to the report, Hall’s character plans to use the Gotham City News to reveal Batman’s true identity. Hall’s character is intensely jealous of Bruce Wayne, and even drives a matching Lamborghini Murcielago.
“Of course, the Joker is the true villain. Out of fear that the Joker will lose the object of his game-playing affection, he sets out to stop Hall’s character by calling in a bomb threat to the TV station.
The bomb threat causes widespread havoc. The move is designed to steal the attention off the character so he can’t issue the Batman-revealing report.”
So does Anthony Michael Hall play the Reese character? Or are the storylines of Reese and Hall’s character intertwined? Either way it sounds like way too much is going on in this Batman sequel (it now seems we have at least 3 antagonists, and that is never good), but I could be wrong.