Red Lights director Rodrigo Cortes, 39, has nothing but good things to say about his lead actor Cillian Murphy, 36. “He’s the only actor that can turn a romantic comedy to a horror film with the blink of an eye.
After three consecutive years of shocking and offending A-listers at the annual Golden Globe Awards, British comedian Ricky Gervais will officially not be returning to host the live NBC presentation in 2013, as it was recently announced that NBC veterans and consummate comedic duo Amy Poehler and Tina Fey will do the honors.
Acclaimed director James Cameron, 58, still has plenty of work to do on the Avatar trilogy — he is currently creating two sequels to the wildly successful original Avatar — and now he's already discussing a fourth Avatar film, which he envisions as a prequel to the original.
Back in May, acclaimed director James Cameron teased his plans to get behind more than one sequel to his Oscar-winning 2009 film, Avatar, starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez and Giovanni Ribisi.
If you're a James Cameron and an Avatar fan, your day just got a little bit better. Titanic director, Cameron, is reportedly devoting his future to projects based on the Na'vi and Avatar, which starred Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez, and Giovanni Ribisi in 2009.
The 2012 Annual White House Correspondents Dinner, which was held on Saturday night at the Washington Hilton Hotel, was a jolly affair, as the stars came out to mix with media giants and political powerhouses, including the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
Paul is the latest venture from writer Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead) and director Greg Mottola (Superbad, Adventureland). The story definitely feels much more like Pegg’s style (script written with co-star Nick Frost), but the cast is full of people who have shown up in Mottola’s previous films (Bill Hader, Joe Lo Truglio, Kristen Wiig, etc.
Blessed as they are with an easy-going onscreen chemistry that appears as natural as the dew and the springtime, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg have become as inseparable as they are celebrated, with sleeper hits the likes of Shawn of the Dead and Hot Fuzz gradually attaining the status of comedy classics, and proving their small-screen debut, cult hit Spaced was no fluke.
More than a decade on from Titanic the self-proclaimed King of the World made a much anticipated return with a mind on transporting us to a new one, delivering a cautionary eco-warning packaged as an all-action frontiersman's tale amongst the stars and once more shattering both budget and box-office records in the process.
Given that by the time it was finished the Bourne franchise had cleaned up close to $1 billion at the box office, it’s surprising there haven’t been more hands clamoring to retool the basic idea for the teen market, home as it is of the empowering, wish fulfillment, fantasy flick.
Henry Cavill stars in the upcoming Greek god action film Immortals alongside Mickey Rourke, Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz and Stephen Dorff. The shirtless Cavill, looking mighty buff, plays Theseus, a mortal peasant handpicked by Zeus (Evans) to defeat the power-hungry King Hyperion (Rourke).
Common sense may suggest that a global recession and an unemployment rate of near ten percent would likely wreak havoc at the box office – but no, not true. In fact, there is evidence that suggests quite the opposite, that financial hardship actually drives audiences into movie theatres in droves.
The epic genre has been with movies since 1915’s The Birth of a Nation, which turned Hollywood into what it is today. Epics have always been audience pleasers by balancing action, romance, suspense, and enormous story arcs.