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Dane DeHaan and Aubrey Plaza in "Life After Beth"
This ain’t no “Warm Bodies.” Dane DeHaan tries to save Aubrey Plaza after she’s turned into a zombie, to hopefully hilarious results, in “Life After Beth,” announced this morning to be making its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. DeHaan plays a young man who struggles – against all odds – to keep a relationship going with his girlfriend (Plaza) even after she’s killed and then resurrected as a zombie. Paul Reiser plays DeHaan’s dad, while John C. Reilly plays Plaza’s. Anna Kendrick also has a reportedly cameo-sizedRead More
Kristen Stewart soldiers up in the first photo released today for indie wartime drama “Camp X-Ray,” announced this morning to be having its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival next month. Stewart ditches the sparkly vampires and fairy tale critters for army fatigues to play Cole, a young soldier who joins the army in hopes of escaping her suffocating small town. But instead of a tour in Iraq, she’s sent to Guantanamo Bay, where she’s met with hatred and abuse from its detainees. Peter Sattler wrote and madeRead More
Last we saw, Elle Fanning was hard at work filming her new movie “Low Down,” and now the indie drama appears to be ready to be seen by audiences. With the announcement this morning that the film also starring John Hawkes will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month, we have the first official images featuring Fanning’s follow-up to “Ginger & Rosa.” The biopic of pianist Joe Albany (Hawkes) follows Joe’s daughter Amy (Fanning) as she struggles with her father’s brilliance and substance abuse issues in turn, and isRead More
Miles Teller is definitely suffering for his art in our first look at Sundance 2014 bound indie drama “Whiplash,” in which Teller’s talented drummer student is plagued by an overbearing, borderline abusive teacher (JK Simmons). Damien Chazelle, who adapted and directed the feature length version of his Sundance Short Film Jury Award winning short of the same name, sets the story in the world of an elite music conservatory. Teller will play a young, ambitious drummer who hopes to become the drummer of the top jazz orchestra in the country.Read More
Before Jesse Pinkman drives off “Breaking Bad” and into “Need for Speed,” he’ll take a detour to Utah, where Aaron Paul will premiere indie drama “Hellion,” a dysfunctional family drama that appears to put him in great turmoil once again judging by these first photos. Can’t the guy ever catch a break? Newcomer Josh Wiggins makes his acting debut here as the titular Hellion, a 13-year-old juvenile delinquent who lives up to that title when his bad behavior gets his little brother sent away from their home to live withRead More
No, there’s no English subtitles on this one, but you know… it’s “Beauty and the Beast” (or “La Belle et La Bête” in this case). We all know this story. Lea Seydoux takes the role of Belle here, as the dutiful daughter who takes her father’s place as a prisoner of the mysterious monster known as the Beast, who used to look like Vincent Cassel in a past life. There’s a rose, a curse,some personified critters, and some taming of bad manners and falling in love, perhaps over some dancing.Read More
What a trip to see Andrew Garfield on a movie set where he’s not wearing red spandex. For the first time in almost four years, Garfield is filming a movie that’s not “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and now we have the first photos of him working on indie financial drama “99 Homes” courtesy of Just Jared. Ramin Bahrani wrote and is now directing the film in New Orleans, with Garfield in the role of “a father who struggles to get back the home that his family was evicted from by workingRead More
Nicola Peltz in "Transformers: Age of Extinction"
We’ve seen them standing around looking broody and beautiful, but now we have the first images of new “Transformers: Age of Extinction” stars Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz in action and in apparent danger in scenes from the actual film itself. Yahoo! Movies unveiled the first stills from the film, featuring Peltz’s Tessa in shock over something off screen and then getting ready to be picked up by what will be a giant robot hand once the green screen is painted over, talking to director Michael Bay behind the scenes.Read More
A comedy starring three of the hottest rising actors in Hollywood right now? Yeah, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that we’re looking forward to the release of “That Awkward Moment“! Starring Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller, this bromantic comedy follows three best friends who find themselves at a point in their respective relationships where they have to decide exactly where it’s headed, before – surprise surprise – girls end up complicating matters. We’ve now got some new character posters starring Efron, Jordan and Teller asRead More
Will Smith gives Margot Robbie some instructions in the first set pics from upcoming grifter romantic comedy “Focus,” unveiled today by Britain’s The Daily Mail. He plays a veteran con man and she’s an up and comer who seeks his help in getting acclimated to the profession. Naturally, a romance blossoms, which complicates things when they part ways and then meet up again years later. These first set photos, taken on the production’s first day of shooting in Buenos Aires, appears to show Robbie’s character Jess dressed up prim andRead More