"What have you done with my legs?"
Journey along with a talented and driven athlete as he starts a new life for himself and his son and helps a beautiful amputee rediscover the joy of life. What's the movie? >> Posted 03.20.13 by BrentJS
Which of this year's actresses deserve the industry’s highest honors?
With many of Hollywood's perenially favorite veteran actresses noticably absent from the big screen in 2012 — or having appeared in movies that simply failed to live up to expectations — the 2013 Best Actress nominees will likely be made up of mostly new faces and skew much younger than in years past. In fact, several of the actresses receiving Oscar buzz are in their '20s and one — Quvenzhané Wallis, star of Beasts of the Southern Wild — is only 9 years old, which would make her the youngest actress ever nominated for an Oscar should she get the nod. We already asked you to tell us which movies you thought were the best and which directors are most deserving of Oscar nominations, now tell us which actresses are worthy of the movie industry's highest honors, whether Best Actress or Best Supporting Actress.
Rate the Top 10 Most Oscar-Worthy Actresses of 2012 >>
Posted 12.13.12 by BrentJS
They must have one heck of a crystal ball to give out awards for movies, ahem, Django Unchained, that aren't even completed yet.the future of entertainment news
Weeknights after the movies Posted 10.24.12 by BrentJS
From the beginning, Academy Award–winning actress Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose) has been said to be cast in director Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated sequel, The Dark Knight Rises, as Wayne Industries board member Miranda Tate. Whether it's fanboy hubris or actual fact, however, the Internet has declared that Cotillard will play Talia al Ghul, the daughter of Ra's al Ghul, played by Liam Neeson in Batman Begins.
Last September, Cotillard said that her Dark Knight Rises character was "not based on a character of the comic," which did little to settle the Talia rumors. Once more, Cotillard has been asked to comment, and once more the French actress insists that the Talia rumors are false. cotillard is a "good guy"? >> Posted 05.09.12 by Ryan
In 2003, actor Jeremy Renner co-starred in what could have been the beginning of a franchise with S.W.A.T. Almost a decade later and after appearing in independent and lower-budgeted fare like The Hurt Locker and The Town (both of which earned Renner Academy Award nominations), Renner is in four established or potential franchise movies — Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Avengers and The Bourne Legacy.
As Renner explained to ComingSoon, being a part of so many franchises was not something the actor anticipated.
Renner on his many, many projects >> Posted 11.30.11 by Ryan
I never went after a big franchise. I never went after a big action movie. They just sort of kind of manifested in a way... It started off by me saying, "Why not be in a movie that will play all over the world, but that still has something that I can do in it? Why not?" It was kind of impossible for me to say no [to these movies] as long as there was stuff for me to do character-wise, selfishly, it's just a bigger setting. A bigger stage.
When Marion Cotillard was officially confirmed to reunite with her Inception director Christopher Nolan for his third and final Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, way back in April, Cotillard was reportedly playing Wayne Industries board member Miranda Tate, a character that does not exist in the comic books. However, rumors persist that Cotillard's Tate is not all that she seems to be. warning: possible spoilers >> Posted 09.10.11 by Ryan
We're just as crazy about movies as you are. We get excited when little tidbits of information are revealed in "spy" pics and videos taken on the sets of our favorite movies in production. However, like many of you, we also have a limit to how much we want to know about certain movies before they come out in theaters. Case in point: Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, which is currently filming in Pittsburgh. We've thrilled along with you to the awesome "spy" pics and videos that have been hitting the 'net from all of the various locations around Pittsburgh where scenes are being filmed, from seeing Bane's (Tom Hardy) full costume, to Batman (Christian Bale) beating up Bane, to the pyrotechnic explosion at 'Blackgate Prison' that supposedly frees Bane. None of these pics or videos spoiled the plot of the movie for us or anyone else who knows anything about DC Comics' "Knightfall" storyline on which the movie is partially based. However, amidst the shots of Batman and Bane's throwdown were several shots — the first shots — of Marion Cotillard in costume, and to see them is to have certain plot points spoiled, so we've saved the reveals until after the jump so you can decide for yourself how much you want to know. what do the latest "spy" pics reveal? SPOILERS! >> Posted 08.03.11 by BrentJS
It's a busy day for casting news in Hollywood. Two hotly anticipated movies, The Hunger Games and The Dark Knight Rises have announced new additions to their respective casts.
Leven Rambin (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Jack Quaid have been cast as Glimmer and Marvel in director Gary Ross' The Hunger Games. Rambin has mostly appeared on the small screen, appearing in One Tree Hill, CSI: Miami, and Private Practice. And if the last name Quaid sounds familiar, it should; he's the son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan and it looks as if The Hunger Games will be his first Hollywood role. Like yesterday's casting news, the announcement was made via the movie's Facebook page
Rambin and Quaid join a cast that includes Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark), and Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne), and two newcomers announced Monday — Dayo Okeniyi (Thresh) and Amandla Stenberg (Rue). Which roles were revealed in The Dark Knight Rises ? >> Posted 04.19.11 by reelz
Director Christopher Nolan is trying his best to keep the details of his third and final Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, a deeply-guarded secret, which is why the characters that Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are playing are still unconfirmed. Cotillard is rumored to be playing Talia al Ghul, the daughter of Ra's al Ghul (played by Liam Neeson in Batman begins).
Gordon-Levitt, meanwhile, was rumored by "insiders" to be playing Alberto Falcone, the son of mobster Carmine Falcone (played by Tom Wilkinson in Batman Begins), but "sources" for another site refuted the Falcone claim while failing to mention an alternative character (our money's still on Gordon-Levitt as the younger Falcone). The latest casting news could clear up at least part of the rumors, but not all of it. The Dark Knight Rises full of mysteries >> Posted 04.09.11 by Ryan
In the months and years following the debut of The Dark Knight (TDK), the void of news about a possible sequel was often filled by legendary actor Sir Michael Caine, who played Bruce Wayne's (Christian Bale) butler and surrogate father, Alfred Pennyworth in Batman Begins and TDK. Caine started the rumor, now debunked, that Johnny Depp would be starring in The Dark Knight Rises (TDKR) as the Riddler, and was the first to announce that the sequel to TDK would go into production in April, which is only one month earlier than the expected start date. In a recent interview with E! News, Caine once again chatted about Batman, discussing the TDKR script and what he thinks about the recent cast additions. what did Caine have to say? >> Posted 02.15.11 by BrentJS