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Jane Levy is going from one kind of “Suburgatory” to another in her newest film. “Bang Bang Baby” is described as a “wholly original sci-fi musical” and the first trailer released today certainly lends credence to that claim. Levy plays Stepphy, a teenager living in the 1960s suburbia who has big dreams of becoming a famous singer. When her favorite rockstar (Justin Chatwin) gets stranded in her town, she thinks it’s her big break and her big shot at romance. However, an accident at the town’s chemical plant makes everyoneRead More
David Oyelowo is an actor who has been steadily impressing in more and more roles over the past couple of years, and this December, we may be seeing him in the role of a lifetime as he plays Martin Luther King, Jr. in historical drama “Selma.” Now, we have the first images of Oyelowo in the role, bearing a striking resemblance to the late Civil Rights leader. Ava DuVernay directed the film about MLK’s leading of thousands of Civil Rights supporters on a historic 5-day, 54-mile march from Selma toRead More
A new poster has been released for Stephen Hawking biopic “The Theory of Everything” today. The film follows the famous theoretical physicist (Eddie Redmayne), his relationship with first wife Jane (Felicity Jones) and their struggle when he was diagnosed with the crippling illness ALS. Helmed by director James Marsh (“Man on Wire”) and written by Anthony McCarten (“Death of a Superhero”), the story is said to take some inspiration from Hawking’s autobiography. The film also stars Charlie Cox as musician Jonathan Hellyer-Jones, Harry Lloyd, Emily Watson and David Thewlis. “TheRead More
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Dimension has unveiled new character posters for Alexandre Aja‘s “Horns” starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple. The film, which made its debut at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, is based on the 2011 New York Times best seller by Joe Hill and follows Ig Perrish (Radcliffe), a young man whose mourning for the loss of his murdered girlfriend, Merrin Williams (Temple), is interrupted due to the fact that he is in the middle of a media frenzy that paints him as the prime suspect. Oh, and he also happensRead More

Posted On August 19, 2014By Linda GeIn Images

First Look at Paul Rudd as Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’

Marvel’s latest superhero film began filming yesterday, and today the first official image from “Ant-Man” has been released, featuring Paul Rudd as his Scott Lang alter-ego. Rudd is seen rather roughed up, wearing a dark hoodie and jacket and gloves, perhaps heading into or coming out of a heist. Scott Lang eventually becomes the Marvel superhero and eventual Avengers team member Ant-Man, but in this movie, the first person to wear that moniker – as in the comics – will be scientist Hank Pym. He will be played by MichaelRead More
Jason Reitman turned around his newest film fast, and now we have the first look photos from “Men, Women and Children,” which will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and which was just set for a release in October. The drama follows a group of teenagers and their parents as they navigate the complicated new world of coming of age in the age of the internet. The first photos from the film feature Ansel Elgort and Kaitlyn Dever, who play two of the youngsters. Emma Thompson, Judy Greer, DeanRead More
With TIFF just around the corner, new images have been released in anticipation of Andrea Di Stefano‘s “Escobar: Paradise Lost,” which will premiere at the film festival next month. Academy Award Winner Benicio Del Toro and “Hunger Games” star Josh Hutcherson star in this upcoming thriller, which tells the story of a young surfer who finds love in Colombia, only to discover that his new wife comes with strings attached – a powerful and dangerous drug lord uncle. The stills show Del Toro as the notorious Pablo Escobar, as well asRead More
The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival has added new films to its roster, and with the announcement, we have our first look at Jeremy Irvine in “The Reach,” one of the films that will be making its world premiere next month in Canada. Michael Douglas plays a hunting enthusiast who hires Irvine’s character as a guide to trek through the desert in the two-hander. The two men don’t get along, and things take a turn for the worse when the hunter’s true nature is exposed after killing a prospector. HeRead More
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The first images have premiered for the Australian crime drama “Son of a Gun” starring Brenton Thwaites, Alicia Vikander and Ewan McGregor. The film, which marks Julius Avery‘s feature directorial debut, follows JR (Thwaites), a 19-year-old who is locked up for a minor crime and finds himself the subject of interest to the nation’s most notorious criminal, Brendan Lynch (McGregor), who offers the young man his protection, mentorship and a spot in his gang as long as he helps him to break out of prison. Vikander also stars as aRead More
Joseph Gordon Levitt The Walk
The first stills of Robert Zemeckis‘ “The Walk” have been unveiled to give us our first look at Joseph Gordon-Levitt as legendary French high-wire artist Philippe Petit. The photos were released today to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Petit’s successful execution of his high-wire walk across the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center back in August 7, 1974 — a stunt that was previously recounted in “Man On Wire” (the 2008 Oscar-winning documentary by James Marsh) and will once again be brought to the big screen by ZemeckisRead More