A gracious and entertaining speech from Life Achievement Award winner Dick Van Dyke, a decidedly uncontroversial and joke-free acceptance speech from Jennifer Lawrence, and a surprised Downton Abbey cast were just some of the highlights of the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
It was a big night for Bryan Craston who took home two awards, one for his work on Breaking Bad and the other as part of the Argo ensemble. Lincoln also scored two statuettes, one for Tommy Lee Jones the other for Daniel Day-Lewis.
Actresses who do impressions of Sarah Palin had a very good night as well. Julianne Moore picked up an actor statuette for Game Change; it was her first win and tenth nomination. SNL's Palin, Tina Fey, also won, and she wasn't too proud to plug 30 Rock's upcoming finale.
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Weeknights after the movies See the complete list of winners >> Posted 01.28.13 by reelz
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
Is that an Alan Arkin impression or the walrus from Disney's Alice in Wonderland? Posted 10.05.12 by reelz
It might not have Arnold Schwarzenegger or Sharon Stone but the remake of Total Recall makes up for those omissions by having one of the sexiest cast, Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, and Bryan Cranston (yes, we consider Cranston sexy), in recent memory.
So, in celebration of this gorgeous cast (including the infamous three-breasted prostitute), we invite you to check out or photos galleries of the cast of Total Recall. And if you're still on fence about actually seeing the movie in theaters or not, check after the jump for Richard Roeper's review. check out roeper's review >> Posted 08.05.12 by Chris
The upcoming remake of Total Recall, actor Bryan Cranston will take over as the antagonist Cohaagen, the character originally portrayed by Ronny Cox in director Paul Verhoeven's 1990 adaptation and a name that fans of the original probably still reminisce being yelled in Arnold Schwarzenegger's accent. Cranston has been appearing in more and more movie roles since debuting as Walter White on AMC's critically acclaimed drama Breaking Bad, and, during an interview with Reelz, explained that landing the role was as simple as a phone call.
"I was working on Breaking Bad and I got a call that the director Len Wiseman wanted to talk to me to be about possibly playing Cohaagen in the remake of Total Recall," Cranston told Reelz's Patrick Stinson. "And I said, 'Ok.'" more from cranston >> Posted 08.03.12 by Ryan
Writer-director Dylan Kidd made an impression with his 2002 debut movie Roger Dodger, but has been mostly absent since until co-writing and directing 2004's little-seen P.S. and, most recently, directing episodes of the Adult Swim series Children's Hospital. Now Kidd is looking to get back to directing movies with the comedy Get a Job for CBS Films.
Variety reports that Miles Teller (Project X) is in negotiations to star in the movie as a college graduate who, along with his friends, attempts to enter the working world during a recession. Offers have been made to Anna Kendrick (Up In the Air, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) for unspecified roles, while Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Kick-Ass) and Jay Pharaoh (Saturday Night Live) could appear in the movie as well. Jesse Eisenberg, who co-starred in Kidd's Roger Dodger, would appear in a cameo.
None of the actors are confirmed yet, as CBS Films has yet to give Get a Job the official greenlight. Therefore, the movie has no official start date, but, according to the report, shooting could start as early as next month. Newcomers Kyle Pennekamp and Scott Turpel wrote the Get a Job script. James wan and patrick wilson head to another haunted house >> Posted 01.24.12 by Ryan
Last month, Colin Farrell was photographed inside a flying car on the set of director Len Wiseman's (Live Free or Die Hard) remake of Total Recall. New set photos have arrived online which again show Farrell inside the flying vehicle, though both the car and Farrell aren't looking so good.
Based on the late author Philip K. Dick's short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale", Total Recall sees Farrell as factory worker Doug Quaid, who, after attempting to take a "vacation" via a memory-implanting company called Rekall, discovers he may be a spy and quickly becomes a hunted man. Farrell takes over the role originally played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in director Paul Verhoeven's 1990 adaptation, though the remake is said to be following the original short story more closely than the Verhoeven version.
Farrell's Quaid will still square off against Vilos Cohaagen, (a Mars Administrator played by Ronny Cox in Verhoeven's version)the leader of the nation state Euromerica, played in the remake by Bryan Cranston (AMC's Breaking Bad). In an interview with Collider, Cranston revealed his approach to the character. No pounding on the desk for Cranston >> Posted 09.19.11 by Ryan
In early August, it seemed that Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston was back on track for total Hollywood domination as he added yet another role in Paramount's adaptation of World War Z. Cranston was negotiating to play am unspecified role that was described as "small but flashy."
As great as Cranston's casting sounded, it is unfortunately not to be. While doing press for the current season of Breaking Bad, Cranston revealed to Film School Rejects that he would not be joining the highly-anticipated adaptation when he was asked what it was like to work with World War Z director Marc Forster.
more about World War Z >> Posted 09.09.11 by Ryan
I didn’t work with Marc Forster. I was supposed to, but scheduling got in the way, so I’m not able to. I regretted the omission. I sent him an email, wished him well, and said I was sad it didn’t work out. You know, on some other project we’ll hopefully — will you please tell him I said hello? And tell him the zombies are coming to get him.
Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston's quest for total domination of Hollywood took a step back when he was forced to drop out of period police drama Gangster Squad. However, now Cranston's attempt to appear in every movie in production back on track as he joins the cast of Paramount's adaptation of World War Z.
THR reports Cranston is in negotiations to play a "small but flashy" role in the movie, which was based on Max Brooks' best-selling novel. Little else is known about Cranston's part. Brad Pitt headlines a cast as an U.N. researcher who is trying to learn about the zombie apocalypse ten years after the fact. Cranston joins fellow AMC actors Mireille Enos (The Killing), who plays Pitt's wife in the movie, and James Badge Dale (the canceled Rubicon), who plays a soldier who tries to warn humanity of the zombie uprising. set photos revealed >> Posted 08.07.11 by Ryan
While Bryan Cranston (AMC's Breaking Bad) is still on his quest for total domination of Hollywood with a number of roles lined up in upcoming movies, the actor has been forced to drop out of one project: period police drama Gangster Squad.
Cranston was cast as LAPD officer Max Kennard in June, one of the favorite characters of screenwriter, and former Los Angeles police officer, Will Beall, who tweeted the following about Cranston's casting to a follower (nice work, @Cherylhe) earlier this month:
so what happened? >> Posted 07.21.11 by Ryan
Yeah, Cranston's rad and Max Kennard might be my favorite member of the squad. So I'm stoked.