In July, it seemed like Kevin Costner was unstoppable, having lined up high-profile roles in the upcoming Superman reboot Man of Steel and director Quentin Tarantino's latest movie, Django Unchained.
Described as a "Southern" — blending together elements of the Western genre and exploitation movies — Django Unchained follows a freed slave (Jamie Foxx) who trains with a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) in order to reclaim his wife from a plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). Coster was reportedly playing a "vile and sadistic trainer of slaves," a departure from his usual roles.
But according to a Tweet from Variety writer Justin Kroll, Costner is no longer involved. more on these casting news stories >> Posted 09.16.11 by Ryan
With its Don't Be Afraid of the Dark remake opening today, Miramax is giving audiences one last marketing push, unveiling a final red band trailer as well as a preview clip.
Originally made as a 1973 TV movie, the remake stars Guy Pearce and Katie Holmes as a young couple trying to renovate an older, Gothic home. When Pearce's daughter Sally (Bailee Madison) is sent to live with them by her mother, she soon discovers that small creatures are living in the basement. Unfortunately for Sally, they don't want to be friends. watch the trailer and preview clip >> Posted 08.26.11 by Ryan
Columbia Pictures has released three new preview clips for the latest Adam Sandler comedy, Just Go With It. Written by Allan Loeb and Timothy Dowling and directed by Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan (Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy, Grown-Ups), Just Go With It stars Sandler as a man who pretends to be married to meet women. After falling for the woman of his dreams (model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker), Sandler enlists Jennifer Aniston to pose as his ex-wife, a lie that eventually includes her children as well. watch the clips >> Posted 02.01.11 by Ryan
The first footage of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, producer Guillermo del Toro's remake of the 1973 made-for-TV movie of the same name recently aired at the San Diego Comic-Con. Now, the first fright-inducing trailer is online. Directed by Troy Nixey (Latchkey's Lament), the story follows a young girl (played by Bailee Madison) who accidentally awakens the evil creatures that have been living in the basement of the mansion that her father (Guy Pearce) and his girlfriend (Katie Holmes) are renovating. If you frighten easily, don't watch this trailer in the dark. Click here - if you dare... >> Posted 08.03.10 by BrentJS