This morning Megan Fox, Ed Helms, and Jessica Alba announced the nominations for the 2013 Golden Globes. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization behind the event, is famous for nominating films and performances simply based on their star factor — if there’s an actor that members of the HFPA want to hang out with, they’re sure to get a nomination.
But the HFPA is great at putting on a show, and so the Golden Globes generate a lot of attention every year. And, as the NY Times points out, with the Globes nominations coming just days before Oscar nomination voting starts, there’s a possibility that nominations here could affect Oscar voting. The Best Picture nomination set includes what is already becoming a standard set of awards favorites, such as Lincoln, Silver Linings Playbook, and Zero Dark Thirty, but there are also nominations for Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, and Django Unchained. Salmon Fishing in the Yemen picked up a few nominations, actually, which was one of the big surprises.
The Golden Globes will air on January 13, 2013, hosted by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. The full nomination list is below. Read More »
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How can you appear in Captain America: The Winter Solider? Want to watch videos of Mother Russia training for Kick-Ass 2? Does Marion Cotillard regret lying about her role in The Dark Knight Rises? Where can you see more behind the scenes images and clips from the Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray? Has a dangerous stunt from the set of Thor: The Dark World been captured on video? Who did Joe Carnahan want to cast as Daredevil? Is The Amazing Spider-Man 2 shooting outside the United States? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 by Angie Han
Three years after the excellent prison thriller A Prophet, director Jacques Audiard is back with the romantic drama Rust and Bone. Bullhead star Matthias Schoenaerts plays a young father named Ali who meets a beautiful orca whale trainer, Stephanie (Marion Cotillard). As tragedy (or ludicrous plot twists, if you’re feeling less generous) strikes for both of them, the two imperfect beings fall in love. Watch the first UK trailer after the jump.
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The Dark Knight Rises is so packed full of story, character and action it’s hard to imagine anything hit the cutting room floor. But obviously, some things did, and the first remnants are beginning to leak out. Above is an image from a deleted scene between Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) and Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard) discussing Tate’s intentions at Wayne Enterprises. The scene was cut from the final film but was (obviously) shot, and after the jump you can read the script page detailing not only what they’re saying, but when in the film it happens. Read More »
Here on /Film, interest in the sequel to Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight was so high, we began covering it when the previous film was still in theaters. For years, crazy rumors would pop up on a weekly basis and once the film was titled The Dark Knight Rises and casting began, the rumors got even more wild. This site alone has run almost 600 articles on the project.
Now that the film is out, there’s much to discuss. You can debate the merits of the film, find issues with its narrative, or look back at all of the rumors and see just how accurate everything was. Below, we’ve broken down several of the bigger rumors and dissected which were true (more than you’d think), which were false (less than you’d think) and try to gauge just how well you can trust internet speculation with a huge movie like The Dark Knight Rises.
Everything below the jump should be considered MASSIVE SPOILERS. Like, “give away the last shot of the movie” type spoilers. So beware until you’ve seen the film. Read More »
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The Dark Knight Rises is a mess of a film. If The Dark Knight was filled to the brim with weighty ideas, then The Dark Knight Rises‘ cup overfloweth. Director Christopher Nolan, whose previous films have frequently dealt with the darkness of human nature, was not content with creating a light and fun summer actioner. Instead, he has packed his trilogy-concluding film so full of ideas, plot points, characters, emotional arcs, and set pieces that even with a 2 hour 45 minute runtime, none of them has any room to breathe.
But Nolan still knows how to bring the goods. His visual ambition and scope have grown exponentially over the years, and with about an hour’s worth of IMAX-native footage backed by a massive budget, he has an impressive canvas on which to paint his picture. There are sequences in this film that have a mind-boggling scale rarely attempted before. The result is a astonishing spectacle that manages to wow, despite its deep, deep flaws.
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Would an Oscar-winning actress lie to us all? That’s what I’m wondering after reading the latest comments from Dark Knight Rises co-star Marion Cotillard. The actress plays a character named Miranda Tate in Christopher Nolan‘s upcoming film and rumors have run ramptant (almost to the point of being considered fact) that she’s actually Talia Al Ghul, daughter of Ra’s Al Ghul, who was played by Liam Neeson in Batman Begins.
However, in a new interview, Cotillard was posed with that question and instead of playing it coy and ambiguous, she flat out said she does not play Talia Al Ghul and that Tate is a force for good all the way through the movie. Read her quote and the evidence against it after the jump. Read More »
The brand new and final trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises has just come online and it’s even more epic than you’d imagine. Check it out after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 by Angie Han
Things are indeed shaping up quickly for David Dobkin‘s Arthur & Lancelot, which Warner Bros. fast-tracked over the summer at the cost of Bryan Singer’s Excalibur remake and Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur film. Last month saw the casting of Game of Thrones star Kit Harrington and The Killing star Joel Kinnaman in the two title roles, and now WB favorite Marion Cotillard has been offered the part of Morgana, a powerful sorceress and Arthur’s half-sister.
The Arthur retelling, which was written by Dobkin, follows the rise of the legendary leader from his humble beginnings as an illegitimate son being raised by a poor knight, while Lancelot starts out as “a rebellious noble who distrusts the established government.” Arthur & Lancelot will likely begin shooting in March. [Vulture]
After the jump, Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler lands another high-profile movie role, while several more actors join Michael Chiklis and Forest Whitaker in Pawn — though sadly, none of the new folks are from The Shield.
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