Posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 by Angie Han
Dane DeHaan has played some pretty meaty roles over the course of his career, but he has particularly big shoes to fill in Life. The Anton Corbijn-directed drama stars DeHaan as silver screen legend James Dean, opposite Robert Pattinson as photographer Dennis Stock.
Until the movie actually opens, we won’t know whether DeHaan does a capable job of capturing Dean’s vital essence. But now that the first still has hit the web, we can at least gauge whether he looks the part. See the photo and judge for yourself after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, February 20th, 2014 by Angie Han
Well, you certainly can’t accuse Sony of playing coy with their The Amazing Spider-Man 2 marketing campaign. The latest still offers our best look yet at the villainous Green Goblin, and might be considered pretty spoiler-y if the storyline hadn’t already played out in the comics and in Sam Raimi’s earlier Spider-Man trilogy. Check it out after the jump.
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A third full length look at Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has just hit the net. Compared to the four minute Super Bowl spot, it’s a little lacking, but there is some new dialogue and footage from the film, exuding a tone that’s at first light and fun, followed by menacing and stressful. With the film opening May 2, I doubt we’ll be seeing a lot more than what we’ve already seen, but if you are excited for the film, this trailer is worth a watch. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, January 31st, 2014 by Angie Han
Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan are heading back to campus, but this time they’re trading poetry for politics. The pair are reuniting with their Kill Your Darlings director John Krokidas for College Republicans, Wes Jones‘s Black List script about Karl Rove and Lee Atwater‘s younger days. Radcliffe is attached to play Atwater, while DeHaan will tackle the part of Rove. Get plot details and more after the jump.
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Most everyone has been through a breakup that took place for a reason, but still left at least one person pining for a chance to do things over. Life After Beth seems as if it wants to be a zombie-filled fable exploring that situation. Dane DeHaan is Zach, whose relationship with Beth (Aubrey Plaza) dies along with her. But Zach gets a second chance with Beth when she returns home, seemingly alive — only to find that she is quickly losing whatever shreds of humanity she had left.
Not only does Life After Beth offer a confused and somewhat gross take on relationships, it wastes a great comic cast (Matthew Gray Gubler, Cheryl Hines, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Paul Reiser, and Anna Kendrick) with comedy that is as sloppy as splattered brains. Read More »
Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is just about four months away and while much of the talk surrounding the film has been about extra villains, the truth is Electro (Jamie Foxx) is the main one. If you needed more proof, three beautiful international posters for the film have just been released featuring the airborne battle between he and the Webslinger (Andrew Garfield). Check out the action-packed posters below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 by Angie Han
Here’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for… well, since last week, anyway. Sony has unleashed the newest trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which once again stars Andrew Garfield as the young webslinger.
The sequel sees Spidey crossing paths with new threats, including Jamie Foxx‘s Electro, as well as an old friend, Dane DeHaan‘s Harry Osborn. Marc Webb returns as director. Check out the video after the jump.
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One of the biggest gripes audiences had with Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 was that it featured too many villains — there were Venom, the Sandman, and a Green Goblin-influenced Harry Osborn. That’s a lot, and it seemed like easing up would be a good idea, but Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 isn’t backing off from the “everything and the kitchen sink” approach. The film features Electro as a primary baddie, but also the Rhino, and one more antagonist.
A recent poster reveal gave up that third person’s identity (which had been widely speculated, but still) and now we’ve got a close-up that gives us even more info.
If the headline didn’t clue you in, the stuff below may be marketing, but it will count as a spoiler to many of you. Read More »