The latest addition to Alex Proyas‘ adaptation of Milton‘s canonical poem Paradise Lost is Casey Affleck, who is in talks to play the God’s messenger, the angel Gabriel, in the film. Along with him comes Camilla Belle (10,000 B.C.), who is reportedly the top choice to play Eve. Read More »
What do you get if you combine Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, Larry Crowne, and the hair left on the floor when Robert Duvall shaved after finishing Get Low? Something like Father of Invention, in which Kevin Spacey looks to be flailing as a lousy inventor who spends a decade in jail for “depraved indifference for human life.” Released from the clink (where, evidently, there are no scissors or razors at all) he finds his ex-wife (Virginia Madsen) has married Craig Robinson, so he moves in with his daughter (Camilla Belle) as he tries to get back on his feet.
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Kevin Spacey is producing and starring in a film called Father of Invention and now he’s been joined by the wonderful Craig Robinson, as well as Heather Graham, Johnny Knoxville and Camilla Belle, according to THR. Spacey plays, according to the trade, a “humble inventor turned egomaniacal billionaire” who serves an eight-year stint in jail after some bad shit goes down with one of his inventions. Intent on revitalizing his reputation, he also has to rebuild his family. Trent Cooper is directing from his own script co-written with Krane and Nichole Beatty. Read More »
IMPA has the new poster for Summit Entertainment’s sci-fi thriller Push. The concept is pretty cool, but the footage that premiered at Comic Con was unimpressive (to be nice). The theatrical poster hints at some of the film’s many possibilities.
Push hits theaters on February 6th 2009.
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