Clive Owen is the British star who’s made it big in Hollywood with films like Duplicity and Sin City. Now, Owen is starring in director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s, Intruders, a nightmarish film about a faceless intruder looking to take possession of two kids.
Keira Knightley, 27, is getting major kudos for her latest period film, a remake of Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece, Anna Karenina, directed by Atonement's Joe Wright, adapted by legendary playwright Tom Stoppard, and also starring Jude Law, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Matthew Macfadyen and Kelly Macdonald, but she's also getting a good deal of attention for her latest sexy photo shoot with Allure.
While British royal family Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry were front and center for the 2012 Olympic games, living up to their titles as Olympic ambassadors, royal sister-in-law Pippa Middleton, 28, seemed to be taking advantage of a much-needed respite from the limelight.
In Intruders, directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later), Clive Owen plays a father trying to protect his daughter from a faceless who being who visits her room at night. In real life, Owen is a father who wants to protect his daughters from his own scary, R-rated films.
The franchise of Bourne movies isn't about to let a few minor details like replacing actors, replacing a director, and replacing a titular character, stand in its way. Granted, the trailer for The Bourne Legacy may not have Matt Damon, Paul Greengrass, or .
With the rise of reality television and the explosion of the viral video culture, it’s never been easier to burst hard and fast through the ranks of the anonymous and bask in the warm, loving glow of the public as a ‘celebrity.
Against the backdrop of the credit crunch and the stock market slump arrives a taut and tightly drawn conspiracy saga that speaks to just how badly the average Joe wants his bank manager to wind up getting tortured in the next Saw sequel.
Brunette beauties Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angelina Jolie have both expressed interests in the role of Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming biopic on the famed starlet. The film will be adapted from Sam Kashner and Nancy Shoenberger's book, Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century.
If you don’t know who Jason Bourne is frankly I feel sorry for you. He’s the super-spy from the mind of Robert Ludlum who gave us the badass spy movie. While James Bond was busy playing with toys and women, Jason Bourne was out kicking ass and taking names.
The Oscar nominated director Scott Hicks returns to the world of fictional filmmaking for the first time since 2007’s No Reservations (he stopped off in documentary land in 08 with Glass) with The Boys Are Back, another small scale domestic drama that works well despite a few inherent problems.