At least he had one Richard Gere fact right.get the best of talk in 30 minutes
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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
Leprechauns, ruined birthdays, and home school taunting.
Romantic comedy anthologies are becoming rather popular these days, particularly ones that revolve around a particular holiday, but comedy anthologies are a hard thing to come by — 2007's The Ten comes to mind as does the classic Kentucky Fried Movie — but coming early next year is Movie 43, which stars almost the entirety of Hollywood and has a director list almost as long. In fact, it's hard to believe there are some actors and directors that aren't associated with Movie 43.
Revealed in just the red band trailer alone, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris share a romantic(?) moment; Halle Berry ruins a blind kid's birthday; Terrence Howard reminds a basketball team of the advantage they have; Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts decide to give their home-schooled son an authentic high school experience; Emma Stone checks in on Kieran Culkin's STD; and Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville capture a leprechaun (Gerard Butler). That's not all, of course, Chloe Grace Moretz, Richard Gere, Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet also appear in the very NSFW trailer, which does its very best to be as outrageous and offensive as possible.movie trailers and more
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The stars, who have known each other for 35 years, talk about playing a married couple in Arbitrage.
When a senator is murdered by someone whose technique bears the trademark of a supposedly deceased Soviet assassin named "Cassius," Paul Shepherdson (Richard Gere), the CIA operative who claims to have shot and killed Cassius years ago, is called out of retirement and paired up with a rookie FBI agent (Topher Grace) to solve the crime. As the two get closer and closer to the truth, they discover that Cassius may not be the person they thought him to be. That's the premise of The Double, the new thriller from screenwriters Derek Haas and Michael Brandt — the duo behind 2 Fast 2 Furious, Wanted and 3:10 to Yuma — and it would be a pretty good one, too, promising lots of intrigue, if the trailer that was just released didn't give away the plot twist. watch the trailer — spoilers ahead! >> Posted 09.01.11 by BrentJS
There is another movie out this weekend — something that can be hard to remember given the Alice in Wonderland blitz.
If a theater packed with kiddos doesn't appeal, Brooklyn's Finest offers some strong counter programming. This crime drama looks at how a massive drug operation changes the lives of three conflicted police officers (Richard Gere, Don Cheadle, Ethan Hawke) in one of New York's most-violent precincts. Wesley Snipes plays a drug dealer who doesn't know his prison buddy (Cheadle) is really an undercover cop.
Check out the online exclusive of the latest TV spot below. Posted 03.04.10 by reelz
At the start of the second half, The Colts lead The Saints 10 to 6 — New Orleans being able to hit another field goal at the end of the second quarter. We're now enjoying the righteous riffs of senior rock band The Who, and we've found yet another trailer that is yet to air.
Brooklyn's Finest is an upcoming American crime film starring Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, and Don Cheadle.
New Orleans recovers an onsides kick at the beginning of the second half! Posted 02.07.10 by reelz
The Hollywood Film Festival will honor Richard Gere with its Actor of the Year award at its 11th annual gala, reports the The Hollywood Reporter. Gere, who this year turned in acclaimed performances in two little-seen films, The Hoax and The Hunting Party, will be feted along with Director of the Year Marc Forster (The Kite Runner) at The Beverly Hills Hilton on October 22nd.
The fest, which touts itself as one of the more accurate predictors of Oscar success, will also be honoring Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody and Hairspray star John Travolta, among others.
Click here for more information on the 11th annual Hollywood Film Festival. Posted 10.02.07 by reelz
Co-President of ICM (International Creative Management) Ed Limato announced Friday that he will be parting ways with the agency, reports Variety. Why does this matter to movie fans?
Well, it's simple: Limato represents such Hollywood power players as Mel Gibson, Denzel Washington, Liam Neeson, Richard Gere, Billy Crystal and Steve Martin. And whither he goes, they shall follow.
The trouble, of course, is that Limato is held to a non-compete agreement, which prevents him from taking his clients with him should he choose to part ways with the agency. He will likely contest the agreement.
We'll be sure to keep you posted. After all, the future of Apocalypto II and City Slickers XVI may hang in the balance! Posted 07.16.07 by reelz
Variety is reporting that Richard Gere is set to star in and produce Hachiko: A Dog's Story. Production should begin in September.
In the film, Gere will portray a college professor who takes an abandoned dog into his home. The pooch proves the old "man's best friend" adage as the two form a bond of intense love (platonic love, you freak!).
The story is an adaptation by Stephen P. Lindsay based on a 1987 Japanese film Hachiko Monogatari.
Posted 05.21.07 by reelz