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Current awards darling Jessica Chastain is set to play the late Princess Diana, reports Thompson on Hollywood. The news has come from this year’s American Film Market, with the project being tentatively titled “Caught in Flight”, and with German director Oliver Hirschbiegel (“Downfall”) on board. Based on a “real-life affair that the princess long kept under wraps”, the film revolves around a secret affair between the late princess and a heart surgeon, Dr. Hasnat Kahn, who was said to have been the love of her life. Described as a “loveRead More
In 2009’s “Zombieland” Jesse Eisenberg’s Columbus gains an unlikely friend in Woody Harrelson‘s Tallahassee as they team up to battle the undead. So when the news broke that they would be teaming up again, this time to outwit the FBI as criminal magicians, well, Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me quickly became one of our most anticipated films! Now, thanks to the American Film Market (via, once again, Collider!), we have an official synopsis of the film, as well as the first promotional poster. The film also stars Dave Franco,Read More
More new images straight out of this year’s American Film Market! Action star Sam Worthington trades in Perseus’ sword for the surfboard in these new images from surf flick “Drift”, also starring Xavier Samuel (“Twilight: Eclipse”), Myles Pollard (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine”) anf Lesley-Ann Brandt. Once again, Collider have come up with the goods, and as well as the official poster, and four new images, we also have an official synopsis. Based on the true story of “Australia’s legendary surfwear moguls”, the film is set in the 1970’s, and follows twoRead More
Ex-‘Gossip Girl’ Jessica Szohr has been slowly but surely adding to her film resume over the last few months, joining the cast of teen comedy Owned and indie flick Light Years. Back in September, we reported that she was to star in the sex comedy/horror film “Love Bite”, with Ed Speelers and Luke Pasqualino, and the American Film Market (via Collider) has delivered us our first image from the film. Written by Ronan Blaney and Cris Cole, and directed by Andy de Emmony, the story “centers on a small townRead More