Jeffrey Dean Morgan, 46, has been acting up a storm lately, with leading roles on Starz’s Magic City, in the remake of Red Dawn, and his latest film, The Possession. Also starring Kyra Sedgwick and Natasha Calis, The Possession, which opened No.
Josh Peck, 26, half of the starring duo of Nickelodeon's Drake & Josh, along with Drake Bell, is embarking on roles with more grownup themes, as he proves in his new film, Red Dawn, the reboot of the 1984 action-drama by the same name and the directorial debut by stunt coordinator Dan Bradley, which also stars Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Adrianne Palicki, Isabel Lucas and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
When you think of the horror genre, the name Jeffrey Dean Morgan, 46, might not immediately come to mind, but that doesn’t mean that the former Watchmen and Grey’s Anatomy star isn’t open to new on-screen experiences.
That it was declared too ambitious by the likes of Darren Aronofsky – who promptly delivered The Fountain), and unfilmable by such men as Terry Gilliam – who has since coughed up Tideland), speaks to the towering stature of Alan Moore’s monolithic graphic novel.
If you just watched the icky trailer for The Losers, along with the opening few scenes, you would most likely expect the rest of it to be yet another exploitative comic book adaptation which sells garbage to undiscerning fan boys.
Director Ang Lee creates a film that explores the journey to one of the most famous music extravaganzas of all time through the youthful eyes of music loving hippies. Each moment of this journey defines the experience as worthwhile and capable of challenging our notions of the decade.