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Kodi Smith Michael Fassbender
Kodi Smit-McPhee gets a helping hand from Michael Fassbender in the new still from John Maclean‘s western “Slow West.” The film, which screened at the Cannes Film Festival back in May, centers on a 17-year-old boy (Smit-McPhee) from an aristocratic Scottish family who travels to the American wilderness in 1870 in search of the woman he loves, a farmer’s daughter on the run from the law with a bounty on her head. Accompanying him on his journey is a mysterious traveler named Silas (Fassbender). Smit-McPhee revealed more details about theRead More
Brenton Thwaites Odeya Rush has unveiled new stills of Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush from Phillip Noyce’s “The Giver.” Loosely based on the 1993 novel by Lois Lowry, “The Giver” stars Thwaites as Jonas, a teenage boy (as opposed to a 12-year-old in the book) who lives in a utopian society that shields him from experiencing the pleasures and sufferings of the real world. But that all changes when he is summoned as the successor of The Giver (played by Jeff Bridges), a man who bears the burden of knowing the truth ofRead More
The acclaimed “Mad Max” series is adding a fourth film to its archive with “Mad Max: Fury Road.” The original “Mad Max” created by George Miller premiered in 1979 to an audience that eagerly devoured the apocalyptic action thriller. Even after all this time, Miller is again helming the film, but now with Tom Hardy taking over Mel Gibson’s career-making role as Max Rockatansky. It will also star “X-Men’s” Nicholas Hoult as Nux, presumably one of the people fleeing with Max across the Wasteland. Set in a post-apocalyptic world of violence andRead More
Jack Reynor Glassland
Jack Reynor is captured in a moment of deep thought in the first still from Gerard Barrett’s “Glassland.” The film, which marks Barrett’s sophomore effort following his acclaimed debut with 2013’s “Pilgrim Hill,” is set in Dublin and stars the US-born, Irish-raised Reynor as a young taxi driver who gets caught up in the world of human trafficking whilst trying to save his mother (played by Toni Collette) from addiction. In the process of trying to unite his broken family, he is forced to make a life changing moral decision.Read More
Emily Browning Colin Morgan
Emily Browning and Colin Morgan donned wedding attire as they filmed scenes for Brian Helgeland‘s gangster thriller “Legend” last Friday in London, England. Based on John Pearson’s “The Profession Of Violence”, “Legend” tells the true story of Ronnie and Reggie Kray (both played by Tom Hardy), twin brothers who created a name for themselves in London’s East End back in the ’50s and ’60s for leading a gang of mobsters known as The Firm. The two were eventually imprisoned in 1969 after being found guilty in the murder of fellowRead More
Check out this super sexy image of Jamie Dornan as every woman’s fantasy Christian Grey sitting ambivalently in a car with his hands on the proper 10 and 2 steering wheel position. He’s sure doing his best to channel Edward Cullen in the first official image released for “Fifty Shades of Grey,” in which he plays a human version of Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” vampire, who’s hiding a BDSM fetish instead of fangs. It’s a metaphor. Dakota Johnson plays his Bella Swan, aka Anastasia Steele, the mousy college student who comesRead More
Luke Evans 2
Two new posters for Gary Shore‘s feature directorial debut “Dracula Untold” have been unveiled, giving us our first look at Luke Evans as the classic movie monster. An origin story for Bram Stoker’s iconic character, the Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless-scripted “Dracula Untold” is set to introduce audiences to Vlad Tepes (Evans), a Transylvanian prince who offers up his soul in exchange for the safety of his wife (Sarah Gadon) and child (Art Parkinson) from a Turkish horde. While the sacrificial pact seems like a selfless and brave act, itRead More
Greta Gerwig
The Playlist has unveiled the first official photo of Greta Gerwig and Al Pacino in Barry Levinson‘s “The Humbling.” Based on Philip Roth’s 2009 novel, “The Humbling” centers on the relationship between a veteran American stage actor (played by Pacino) who is past his prime and a young sexually adventurous woman (played by Gerwig). The film marks Pacino’s latest collaboration with Levinson (The two previously worked together on the Emmy-winning HBO TV Movie “You Don’t Know Jack”) and his first with both Gerwig and Barry Henry, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter ofRead More
Theory of Everything
The Playlist has unveiled the first official photo of Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in the James Marsh-directed Stephen Hawking biopic “Theory of Everything.” Starring Redmayne in the leading role of Hawking, the film is set to depict the world-renowned British physicist’s life in the mid-1960s as a graduate student at Cambridge University. It was in 1963 at the age of 21 when Hawking was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which caused him to go into a depression and give up his work. But that all changed when he metRead More
Tom Hardy 2
Tom Hardy takes on the dual role of twins as seen in the first unveiled image from “Legend.” The Brian Helgeland-directed thriller is set to chronicle the rise and fall of Ronnie and Reggie Kray, two twins who became infamous in 1950s and ’60s London for their criminal activities. The two were convicted for the murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ McVitie in 1969, with a judge sentencing them to a minimum of 30 years. Ronald died in prison in 1995, followed by Reggie due to cancer in 2000. In aRead More