Posted on Thursday, April 14th, 2011 by Angie Han
We have a three-and-a-half-minute first look at Showtime’s new series Homeland, which the network picked up last week for 12 episodes. The thriller stars Claire Danes as CIA agent Carrie Anderson, who begins to suspect that the recent rescue of longtime POW Scott Brody (Damian Lewis) is actually one piece in a larger terrorist plot by al Qaeda. The always welcome Mandy Patinkin also stars, as Anderson’s boss/mentor Saul Berenson. Watch the clip after the jump.
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James Franco is one busy guy. 127 Hours is in theaters, he’s shot parts in films like Your Highness, he’s prepping to go back to do another stint on General Hospital, he’s been optioning several books as possible film projects, and now he’s shooting another movie, called Maladies. The latter co-stars Alan Cumming, Claire Danes, Catherine Keener and is directed by the artist Carter, who made the short film Erased James Franco.
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I’ve never been a fan of Richard Gere. Something about him always skeeved me out. But I very much dugg The Hoax (which you should all check out when it hits DVD). Check out the trailer for his new movie The Flock, which immediately sucked me in. The film also stars Claire Danes (who always makes interesting choices). I would say it looks good, but I’m not exactly sure what I just watched. But you can be sure that it will probably be good considering Wai Keung Lau, the man behind the popular Infernal Affairs series (which was remade into a little American film called The Departed – ever hear of it?) is behind it.
What is it about? According to IMDb, the film tells the story of hyper-vigilant federal agent (Gere) who, while training his young female replacement (Danes), must track down a missing girl whom he is convinced is connected to a paroled sex offender he’s investigating. Working against the clock they unravel the twisted details to track the potential killer. Oh yeah, and Avril Lavigne plays the young girl who gets kidnapped. I know I’m going to get crap for saying this, but, I actually don’t mind Avril’s music. That said, her cinematic efforts so far have been poor at best. And you can;t say she didn’t have good direction as Richard Linklater directed her in Fast Food Nation. But fear not, I’m betting that Avril’s contribution to the film is minimal.
Check out the trailer (via: MAM) after the jump.
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The official website for Matthew Vaughn’s big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust is now online. With that, we bring you 33 new production stills from the film. Check them out after the jump. As always, left click for higher resolution photos.
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Don’t kill me but I must admit: I’m not a Neil Gaiman fan. It’s not that I don’t like him, it’s just that I haven’t found time to read his work (that, and the coloring on the first Sandman trade paperbacks scare me away). Anyway, most geeks swear by him. If Joss Whedon is their god, Gaiman is their Jesus. And I’m not saying that Gaiman’s remains were just found in a cave by the guy who made Titanic. Okay, my analogy really isn’t working. Either way, my only encounter with Gaiman’s work was through the Mirrormask film, which I’ve been told isn’t a great representation of what he’s capable of.
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