Friday, March 9, 2012
Let us wait watching - after Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio now apparently Tom Cruise, who's left to consider to star opposite Beyonc Knowles in Clint Eastwood's extended-planned, probably-never-gonna-happen Star arrives remake? George Clooney? Kaira Pitt? Liam Neeson? Viggo Mortensen? Jean Dujardin? Philip Seymour Hoffman? Albert Brooks? Charlie Sheen? Matthew Broderick? Peter Dinklage? Richard Dreyfuss? (Too busy.) Ned Beatty? Danny McBride? Roberto Benigni? Peyton Manning? Who did I forget? [Deadline]
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
The Felicity alums have really absorbed pilot season. Keri Russell has arrived the key role in FX's The People in america pilot from Justified showrunner Graham Yost. The series, executive-created by Yost and produced by Falling Skies' Joe Weisberg, follows... Find Out More > Other Links From TVGuide.com FelicityScrubsGavin O'ConnorKeri RussellScott SpeedmanGreg BerlantiGreg GrunbergScott FoleyGraham YostGreg MalinsMission: Impossible IIIWaitressJustifiedRunning WildeWarriorFalling Skies
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Imax finds an ideal marriage between family and fanboy in Tim Burton's 3d animated film "Frankenweenie," which will have the Imax treatment when Disney bows the film worldwide on March. 5. The mega-screen exhib, which recently moved on from delivering family films, has focused its efforts almost exclusively on genre fare. "Frankenweenie" -- the stop-motion feature remake of Burton's 1984 live-action short -- can be a fanboy film, based on common Burton fans as well as the original's cult-like recognition. But grown ups and kids must also spark for the 3d toon. "Imax features a extended-standing relationship with Tim Burton, whose artistic vision and brilliant storytelling has had the imagination of audiences around the globe,In . mentioned Imax prexy Greg Promote. "Frankenweenie" marks the fourth Burton-directed film to endure Imax, as well as the second this year, after Warner Bros.' "Dark Shadows" launches May 11. Contact Andrew Stewart at email@example.com
Monday, February 27, 2012
EXCLUSIVE: Jonah Hill had a lot fun dealing with fellow Oscar nominee and Moneyball producer Kaira Pitt they’re in business on something else-based film. Hill and James Franco are affixed to star in True Story, the Rupert Goold-directed adaptation of the memoir by journalist Michael Finkel. Pitt and Dede Gardner’s Plan B is are creating. Like Moneyball, this really is another chance for Hill to veer from his comic persona. He'll play Finkel, who had been a author in the NY Occasions Magazine in 2002 as he found that Christian Longo was taken in Mexico following a lengthy stint around the FBI Ten Popular List for killing his family. The strange part was he have been living underneath the identity of Finkel. In the morning, the actual Finkel was fired through the editors from the Occasions, immediately after they went an editor’s note proclaiming he had falsified areas of an investigative article. His career appeared over, until Longo (who’ll be performed by Franco) asserted that the actual Finkel was the only real journalist he'd speak with. That brought to some surreal relationship using the accused killer, who had been attempting to declare his innocence. For that real Finkel, it had been an chance to solve the mystery and possibly redeem themself like a journalist. The project, initially setup at Vital, was handed to Plan B and it has been removed to bankers. I’m told that the deal come in place possibly later within the week. Hill is repped by WME and Karl Austen, Goold by WME and United kingdom-based U . s . Agents and Franco by CAA and Miles Levy.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Olivia has been kidnapped. Peter still hasn't found a way home. And David Robert Jones is running amok in both universes. These are just a few of the problems the Fringe crew faces in this week's new episode, "The End of All Things" - which also happens to be the final episode for nearly a month. As Peter (Joshua Jackson) attempts to recover his lost love - new timeline Olivia (Anna Torv), to be clear - he'll come face-to-face with the man who once saved his life: the mysterious Observer known as September (Michael Cerveris), who will offer up a wealth of answers as to who the Observers truly are. Here are five teases from Friday's episode to whet your appetite: Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Blair BrownJared HarrisJoshua JacksonMichael CerverisFringeAnna Torv
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Christian Bale and Natalie Portman Last year's large Academy Award those who win - Christian Bale, Melissa Leo, Colin Firth and Natalie Portman - will require happens again on Sunday, but this time around as presenters, the academy introduced Thursday.Chris Rock to provide at OscarsBale and Leo both received Academy awards for his or her supporting roles within the Fighter, while Portman (Black Swan) and Firth (The King's Speech) required home Oscars for his or her lead performances.Hugo, The Artist lead Oscar nominationsThe foursome joins a remarkable listing of formerly introduced presenters, including Halle Berry, Bradley Cooper, Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Chris Rock - as well as The Muppets, Kermit and Miss Piggy.The 84th Oscars, located by Billy Very, airs Sunday, February. 26 at 8:30 p.m. ET/ 5:30 p.m. PT on ABC.
Entertainment One dramatic programming prexy Noreen Halpern will leave the studio after three years. Halpern oversaw all scripted series and long-form projects for eOne, including AMC's "Hell on Wheels," HBO's "Hung," NBC's "The Firm," ABC's "Rookie Blue" and Syfy's "Haven." "It's been an exciting journey, and I'm really proud of the shows we've put on the air," said Halpern, who will remain with the company for a brief period to help with the transition. "There's an incredible development slate I'm leaving with a wonderful team who will keep things moving forward. But there are other mountains to climb, and I'm looking forward to that." A former creative exec at Alliance Entertainment and Alliance-Atlantis, Halpern and partner John Morayniss co-founded Blueprint Entertainment, which eOne acquired in 2008. Her speciality with eOne was non-traditional financing for straight-to-series TV drama orders. "Noreen's countless contributions enabled eOne Television to expand and flourish year after year," said eOne filmed entertainment prexy Patrice Theroux. "Noreen is a creative leader and visionary in the industry, and we will certainly miss her presence. We're happy to see her embrace the new challenges and opportunities the ever-changing television environment has to offer and are looking forward to working with her on television projects in the future." Contact Jon Weisman at firstname.lastname@example.org