By: Eric Eisenberg Anthony Michael Hall is an actor who has undergone a pretty impressive transformation over the course of his career. While he started out as a teen playing geeks and nerds in John Hughes movies, as he aged he grew to a strong size and is now almost unrecognizable to his fans from the 80s. Also, unlike some of his Brat Pack cohorts, he … Continue reading Anthony Michael Hall Joins Steve Carell And Channing Tatum In Foxcatcher
B”y: Eric Eisenberg It would seem that Chloe Moretz is starting to become drawn to projects that let her play with the supernatural. A couple years ago she starred as a vampire in Let Me In, this weekend she appears alongside a vampire in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, and she’s set to play the titular character in the telekinetic horror remake of Carrie. Well, she’s … Continue reading Chloe Moretz And Paddy Considine May Star In Zombie Film “Maggie”
By: Eric Eisenberg I’m starting to think that Rachel McAdams may have a thing for guys who have the ability to time travel. In 2009 she starred alongside Eric Bana in The Time Traveler’s Wife as a woman who lives a life with a husband who can’t control his ability to time jump, and now she’s getting set to play a similar role – only … Continue reading Rachel McAdams Could Join The Time-Travel Comedy About Time
By: Eric Eisenberg There are many actors out there that would fight tooth and nail for the opportunity to be in a Quentin Tarantino movie, but for some reason the writer/director isn’t having the same kind of luck he normally has with one of his projects. It all started back in the early casting stages when it was announced that Kevin Costner, who was attached … Continue reading Kurt Russell And Sacha Baron Cohen Drop Out Of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained
By: Eric Eisenberg First there was talk of Angelina Jolie. Then there was word that Penelope Cruz was in the mix. Today we learn that a third name is now going after the female lead in Ridley Scoutt’s The Counselor. Already set to star Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem and Brad Pitt, the film is about a lawyer living on the border who decides that he … Continue reading Is Cameron Diaz Now Playing The Female Lead In Ridley Scott’s The Counselor?
By: Eric Eisenberg Late last year, just as grumblings about Fast and Furious 6 began, there was a rumor floated that said Jason Statham was being courted to play the villain going up against Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in the new installment. The idea was backed by other rumors suggesting that the next story will be played out internationally, hence the need for a … Continue reading Luke Evans Offered The Villain Role In Fast And Furious 6?
By: Eric Eisenberg Van Helsing, the 2004 action film starring Hugh Jackman and Kate Beckinsale, is a truly terrible movie. In addition to being remarkably stupid, the performances in the movie are terrible and the effects were godawful. It was clear that the studio wanted to make a franchise out of the monster-killing hero, but obviously that never took off. Now they’re hoping to have … Continue reading Tom Cruise To Star In Van Helsing Reboot, Roberto Orci And Alex Kurtzman To Produce
By: Eric Eisenberg Nowadays studios pay much more attention to what’s going on at the foreign box office. While a movie might be a moderate success here in the states, there are some titles that are total blockbusters overseas. Resident Evil: Afterlife made a respectable $60 million in the US, but everywhere else it raked in over $230 million and is getting a sequel this … Continue reading The Woman In Black Is Getting A Sequel Titled Angels Of Death
By: Eric Eisenberg When discussing The Jungle Book, most people think about the fantastic animated animated version from 1967, but the truth is that there actually is a halfway descent live-action version out there as well. Directed by Stephen Sommers, the Rudyard Kipling adaptation had a stellar cast that included Cary Elwes, Lena Headey, Sam Neill, John Cleese and Jason Flemyng and actually did a … Continue reading New Jungle Book Adaptation To Be Developed By Harry Potter Scribe Steve Kloves
By: Eric Eisenberg Ridley Scott is, without question, one of the greatest luminaries of science fiction. Two of his earliest films, Alien and Blade Runner, helped define what the genre meant and showed us all what it can do. They have aged perfectly and are constantly looked back on for reference on how to do it right. But we’ve been without science-fiction from Scott since … Continue reading Go Behind The Scenes Of Prometheus With This Brand New Featurette