In Deadfall, Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde are a brother/sister team who heist a casino and then get stuck near the snowy US/Canada border as they try to make their escape. Bana goes his own way as Wilde leverages the interest of a small-town ex-boxer (Charlie Hunnam) who is en route to a holiday feast with his family (Kris Kristofferson and Sissy Spacek).
That cast is probably enough to raise a little interest in the movie, but the first trailer for Deadfall makes it look like a tense little thriller. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, August 9th, 2012 by Angie Han
If the title character of 3, 2, 1… Frankie Go Boom looks damn close to blowing a fuse, well, you might too if you had to put up with his problems. Played by Charlie Hunnam, Frankie is an aspiring novelist who’s spent his entire life suffering humiliation at the hands of his ne’er-do-well big brother Bruce (Chris O’Dowd).
When Bruce finally gets sober, Frankie hopes things will have changed between them. But sobriety hasn’t made Bruce any less of an asshole, and he secretly films Frankie having an awkward one-night stand. Soon, the brothers find themselves on an epically strange and desperate journey to keep the tape from falling into the wrong hands. Lizzy Caplan, Chris Noth, and Whitney Cummings also star, but it’s Hunnam’s Sons of Anarchy co-star Ron Perlman you’ll want to keep an eye out for. He’ll be the one stealing scenes in eyeshadow and a lacy satin slip. Really. Watch the trailer after the jump.
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Posted on Saturday, July 14th, 2012 by Angie Han
Although the Pacific Rim section of Legendary’s Hall H panel was attended by stars Charlie Hunnam, Charlie Day, Rinko Kikuchi, and Ron Perlman, as is usually the case at Comic-Con, director Guillermo del Toro turned out to be the real star of the show.
The filmmaker spilled the beans about his highly anticipated “giant robots vs. giant monsters” film in his typically charming, foul-mouthed manner, including more details on the Kaiju (monsters) and the Jaegers (robots). In addition, we got our first taste of footage from the sci-fi epic. While I’m sorry to report that we don’t have a video embed for you at this point, hit the jump for a description of the footage, plus a rundown of highlights from the panel.
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Update: A new image has been released in Entertainment Weekly, and has been added after the jump. Original story follows.
With Comic Con just a week away, new looks at a lot of geek-friendly films are landing online. The latest is a new image from Guillermo del Toro‘s “giant monsters versus giant robots” movie Pacific Rim. Last year at Con we knew only about casting, and the director and screenwriter Travis Beacham talked about what they’d planned for the movie. (“The finest fucking monsters ever committed to screen and… the greatest fucking robots ever committed to screen,” as you might recall.)
Now we’ve seen an image here and there, and this new pic might be our best look yet at the suits the human characters will sport in the movie. Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) and Rinko Kikuchi (The Brothers Bloom) have some serious battle armor But those who saw the first image of Idris Elba already knew to expect something like this. Get the full image below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, July 9th, 2012 by Angie Han
Today’s TV Bits runs the gamut from serial killers and motorcycle gang leaders to Canadian pop songstresses. After the jump:
- A new Dexter teaser reveals the serial killer’s worst nightmare
- FX dishes up a promisingly tragic new trailer for Sons of Anarchy
- Bob’s Burgers‘ new Comic-Con poster offers choking first aid tips
- HBO sets return dates for Boardwalk Empire and Treme
- Jay Roach teams up with Paul Giamatti for HBO’s K Blows Top
- Benedict Cumberbatch lands a double guest role on The Simpsons
- Lost‘s Jorge Garcia could head to ABC’s fairy tale drama Once Upon a Time
- “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen heads to 90210
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Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 by Angie Han
There’s a little bit of something for everyone in today’s very full TV Bits, whether your preference is for lightweight comedies, serious dramas, humanoid robots, or good-looking serial killers. After the jump:
- HBO and the creators of Big Love team up for an unconventional family drama
- Fox buys a boy genius sitcom from the guy who plays Kurt’s dad on Glee
- Marlon Wayans makes a return to television with a buddy cop project for ABC
- Bunim/Murray and GameSpot prep an online series about gaming
- NBC unveils a plan to bring Grimm to you early
- FX gives a fifth season to Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy
- Marvel announces a comic book series for fans of Dexter
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Posted on Friday, September 30th, 2011 by Angie Han
Malin Akerman has signed on to star with Tyler Labine, Lucy Punch, and Daniel Petronijevic in Cottage Country, an dark indie comedy by Canadian director Peter Wellington. Written by Jeremy Boxen (Endgame), the story follows Todd (Labine) as he plans to propose to Cammie (Akerman) at his family cottage. However, Todd’s plans are ruined by the arrival of his slacker brother (Petronijevic) and the brother’s free-spirited girlfriend (Punch).
The film will be Wellington’s first feature since 2003′s Luck. Wellington has been working primarily in television over the last several years, on shows including Rookie Blue and Slings and Arrows. The film is currently shooting in Ontario through late October for a 2012 release. [The Hollywood Reporter]
After the jump, Pacific Rim gets another star and John Hurt joins a project called Labyrinth that is totally unrelated to Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. Bet you got worried there for a second that it would be a remake.
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It’s the ‘supporting actors in big movies’ Casting Bits, with a confirmation of a report that surfaced last week, and two nice additions to big projects at Legendary Pictures. After the break, you’ll find:
- Jonah Hill is confirmed for the action comedy Neighborhood Watch,
- Rufus Sewell joins Paradise Lost,
- and Clifton Collins, Jr. fights monsters in Pacific Rim.
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