Daniel Day Lewis once said he often spends time “just staring out of the window, watching the wind whip across the Wicklow hills. Some people will consider this shamefully neglectful when one considers that there are always more pressing matters at hand, but for me, I have to tell you, it is time very well spent.”
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After witnessing Disney and Marvel making mad coins with The Avengers earlier this summer, Warner Bros. and DC Comics are looking to cash in with their own Justice League. And we have word that Ben Affleck is now the studio’s top choice to helm the movie.
It’s finally here and given the built-up anticipation, dozens of thousands of die-hard moviegoers will already have seen The Dark Knight Rises by the time this post is published. For those of you lucky enough to already have seen the movie, time to sound off in the comments!
A surprising development has occurred in Ubisoft’s attempt to adapt their widely popular video game, Assassin’s Creed. Variety reports that none other than Michael Fassbender is set to star and co-produce the film. Needless to say, a video game adaptation has never sounded so exciting before.
In honor of Allen’s latest, To Rome With Love, opening tomorrow in select cities, the first film in which he will act since Scoop in 2006, we will not take stock of Woody the auteur or Woody the writer, but Woody the actor. Thus, in that spirit, today we present the Woodman’s 10 Best Performances.
With all the big summer blockbusters landing week after week, we almost forgot that Breaking Dawn Part 2 will hit theaters in November. Not to worry, EW is here to remind us of that as this week’s issue features Bella, Edward and their progeny with the unpronounceable name, Renesmee.
Tomorrow Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, the kinda, sorta prequel to his seminal 1979 film Alien, is finally released into American theaters. Today Nick reminisces about his favorite scene from the original, a scene which just so happens to double as single favorite horror movie scene.
Fox Searchlight has released the first trailer for Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild. The movie won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and it certainly looks like something that could be unlike anything we’ve seen in a long while.