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Weeknights after the movies Posted 01.14.13 by reelz
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.
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Posted 12.13.12 by BrentJS
Abraham Lincoln is a popular figure in movies these days with not one, but three upcoming movies dramatizing the life of the former 16th President of the United States. The first of the three is director Robert Redford's The Conspirator, which is set at the end of Lincoln's life and the trial of those that conspired in the President's assassination, and opens tomorrow, April 15.
2012 will see two movies about Lincoln: first is director Timur Bekmambetov's adaptation of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter which blends historical facts with the President's vendetta to rid the world of vampires, and then, later that year, director Steven Spielberg's biopic Lincoln, which is based on Doris Kearns Goodwin's best-selling book, Team of Rivals, which explored the political battles between Lincoln and his cabinet. While both Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Lincoln are in different stages of production, the two movies have made significant casting announcements this week. who's playing what? >> Posted 04.14.11 by Ryan
Just as news surfaced that Martin Sheen was joining the cast of director Marc Webb's upcoming reboot of Spider-Man as Uncle Ben, THR reports that Sally Field is in early talks to play Aunt May, the other half of Peter Parker's legal guardians.
A key figure in Spider-Man's life, Aunt May eventually becomes Parker's only family, just as he learns of his new powers. The part would be Field's first movie role since the 2006 indie drama Two Weeks.
Already cast in the movie is Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, and Rhys Ifans as the movie's unspecified villain. With some of the key roles already cast, a search for an actor to play J. Jonah Jameson is currently ongoing. Posted 11.05.10 by Ryan