Danny Abeckaser, who stars alongside Michael Shannon, Ray Liotta and Winona Ryder in The Iceman, knew that acting opposite the film's top-tier talent meant he would have to up his game. “I really understood that I needed to bring my A game,” he told Uinterview.
A new trailer for Man of Steel, starring Henry Cavill, directed by Zach Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, has been released, providing a much clearer picture of what’s in store for this highly-anticipated Superman movie.
Get ready, superhero fans — the new Superman movie, Man of Steel, directed by Watchmen's Zack Snyder and starring Henry Cavill and Amy Adams as Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is heading toward theaters faster than a speeding bullet, and the first official trailer is getting fans buzzing.
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Shannon and Dania Ramirez, Premium Rush is a high-energy bike escape flick that keeps audiences guessing with its many subplots and fast-moving sequences. The plot revolves around Levitt's character Wilee, a bike courier in Manhattan who rejects the idea of an office job and instead opts for racing around the busy streets of New York delivering messages that for some reason or another can't be sent through e-mail, text or good-old snail mail.
Jeff Nichols' Mud, screening at the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival, may change a few people's views of its star Matthew McConaughey; the film is quite a change from the usual McConaughey romcom vehicle.
By far one of the best dramas from last year, Take Shelter tells the story of Curtis Laforche, a working-class everyman with disturbing visions of the apocalypse. In his sophomore feature, writer-director Jeff Nichols creates a story somewhere between a taut psychological thriller and an uneasy, gothic look at mental illness in rural America.