[Updated with new pics] Marvel’s The Avengers will be featured on the cover of the new issue of Entertainment Weekly and we have a first look at it! For a first impression, it’s certainly quite underwhelming and badly photoshopped but fans should be thrilled anyways.
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Many of you weren’t happy to hear that the highly acclaimed Oldboy would be remade in the first place. Well sorry folks but it looks like the project is moving forward as Twitch reports that Rooney Mara has been targeted to play the female lead.
Add one more name to Robert Zemeckis’ first live-action film since Cast Away. Deadline reports that John Goodman has joined the cast of Flight which will star Denzel Washington. Goodman will take on the role of a friend of Washington’s character who helps him come to terms with his addiction issues.
About a month ago, we reported that Anna Kendrick was in talks to star in Jason Moore’s musical comedy Pitch Perfect. It looks like she will have some company as THR reports that Brittany Snow has joined the cast which also includes Rebel Wilson (Bridesmaids).
2011 has been a year to remember for Jessica Chastain. Virtually unknown just a few months ago, the 30-yr old actress appeared in The Tree of Life, The Help and The Debt while Take Shelter, Wilde Salome, Texas Killing Fields and Coriolanus have yet to be released later this year.
About a year ago, Doug Liman was attached to direct an adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s manga All You Need Is Kill. It looks as though the project may be starting to move toward production as Vulture reports that Warner Bros. wants Pitt to star in the movie.
Variety reports that Jenkins will take on the character of Alex Rodin, the district attorney in charge of prosecuting the sniper. He would play the father of Rosamund Pike’s character, Helen Rodin, who teams up with Reacher to investigate the shooting and becomes his love interest.
Rather than shutting down production on The Story of Bonnie and Clyde in the wake of Hilary Duff’s dismissal, the filmmakers have forged ahead by re-casting Lindsay Pulsipher in the role made iconic by Faye Dunaway.
Nothing brings people together like a little booze, right? Variety reports that Mary Elizabeth Winstead is in talks to star in James Ponsoldt’s indie drama Smashed. The film revolves around a married couple who was brought together by their mutual love for booze.