Rose Byrne survived the apocalypse in 28 Weeks Later. Now, she's trying to avoid another one with co-star Nicolas Cage in Knowing. Rose takes questions exclusively for users of Uinterview.com.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 22, famous for his roles in Kick-Ass and Savages, as well as his 23-year age difference with filmmaker and photographer wife Sam Taylor-Johnson, 45, who directed Aaron in the John Lennon-inspired flick, Nowhere Boy, is now locking lips with costar Keira Knightley in Joe Wright's (Atonement, Hannah) version of Anna Karenina, screenplay by Tom Stoppard.
In the 14th century, conscientious objectors to the Crusades Behmen (Nicolas Cage) and Felson (Ron Perlman) have just returned to England to discover their homeland consumed by the bubonic plague. While history has shown that the plague was caused by fleas that fed on rats, Cardinal D'Ambroise (Christopher Lee) believes he has found the culprit: a young witch named Anna (Claire Foy), whom the two deserters must, with the help of a guide named Hagamar (Stephen Graham), transport to a remote monastery so that her "curse" may be lifted.
Two films that are being released this week — David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin — have gotten largely positive reviews all around, but they are both notable for another reason: they boast stellar opening credit sequences.
Trespass isn't just the name of Nicolas Cage's new movie, costarring Nicole Kidman, about a couple who are held for ranson. It's also describes an unfortunate incident that happened to the actor some years back.
The National Treasure films were curious in that they had the look and feel of cheap knock-offs -- the first was released at the height of the Da Vinci Code's popularity and the second came out shortly before the fourth Indiana Jones film -- but they were actually big-budget, major box office successes.
Things have gone from bad to worse for Nicolas Cage. Just over a month after a Nevada District Court ordered the Kick-Ass star to pay over $2.5 million to Nevada State Bank for a house he had owned that went into foreclosure, Cage is trying to keep his business managers quiet about his financial dealings, according to RadarOnline.
Okay, so we all know that celebrities get a lot of flack for whatever they do. If they gain weight, they’re either obese or pregnant; if they lose weight, they’re anorexic; if they ignore the paparazzi, they’re rude; if they invite the paparazzi, they’re needy.
Nicolas Cage, 45, is being sued yet again. The actor was sued last December by a real estate company for allegedly neglecting to pay over $5 million in loans. Around the same time, he was also sued for $13 million by his ex, Christina Fulton, who claimed he didn’t keep his support promises and booted her out of her L.
How does a grown man/cynical film critic approach the new Jerry Bruckheimer produced talking guinea pig movie? With much trepidation that's for sure, though that doesn't really help. As far as steaming piles of garbage go G-Force is a doozy.
Astro Boy, the latest entry from Imagi Animation Studios and based upon a Japanese television show, is sleek and handsome effort, but one that suffers from an idiotic premise that no doubt took under two seconds to hatch ("Robot boy battles giant robots").