It looks like Shailene Woodley (The Descendants) is on the fast-track to Hollywood stardom. Just last week, we reported that the young actress was in negotiations to star as Mary Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now, Deadline has word that she may have a franchise of her own.
The long-developing Janis Joplin biopic Get It While You Can has had a rocky history over the years with the likes of director Fernando Meirelles, and actresses Renee Zellweger and Reese Witherspoon circling the project before eventually dropping out. But it looks like the picture will get a shot in the arm as THR reports that Lee Daniels is in talks to direct the film.
Much ado has been made about the fact that Jack Reacher is 6-foot-5 in Lee Child’s novels and that Tom Cruise doesn’t come remotely close to that kind of stature. And it looks like the character’s physicality is one aspect missing from this new trailer.
The Other Dream Team, the new documentary from director Marius A. Markevicius, chronicles the fall and the re-rise of the Republic of Lithuania through the eyes of several of its exceptionally talented basketball players from the 80′s and 90′s.
The film, formerly titled Nancy and Danny, will be based on a real life story of a femme fatale (Carey Mulligan) who along with her boyfriend kidnaps and bury the town’s richest man for ransom. Shortly thereafter, things go terribly awry.
Ultra-skilled comediennes Tina Fey & Amy Poehler were announced today as co-hosts for next year’s Golden Globes. This is probably the single greatest announcement in all of Hosting History. Unless it’s not. Tell us what you think!
MGM has debuted the first trailer for Kimberly Peirce’s remake of Carrie and it brings you right back to the climatic ending of Brian de Palma’s classic with not only the high school but the entire town burning to the ground. Don’t mess with Carrie!
MGM has debuted a new clip for Sam Mendes’ highly anticipated Skyfall. James Bond (Daniel Craig) is discovering that his new nemesis, Silva (Javier Bardem), has many tricks under his sleeve when it comes to being a thorn in the side of agent 007.
Argo is brilliantly crafted to ensure you walk away with a smile on your face, maybe even a tear in your eye, supremely satisfied, highly entertained, yearning to applaud. It is Hollywood at its finest. Read the review after the jump!