Friday, March 9, 2012

Now It's Cruise Use Join the Star arrives Rumor Wheel

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

Freak and Nerds Alum Linda Cardellini Gives Birth to Daughter

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 FelicityScrubsGavin O'ConnorKeri RussellScott SpeedmanGreg BerlantiGreg GrunbergScott FoleyGraham YostGreg MalinsMission: Impossible IIIWaitressJustifiedRunning WildeWarriorFalling Skies

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' to acquire Imax run

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