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Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth, 24, is set to reunite with his “Hunger Games” co-star Woody Harrelson for Kieran Darcy-Smith‘s “By Way of Helena,” according to a report by Deadline. The western, which was written by Matt Cook (“Tiple Nine”) and made the 2009 Black List, follows David Kingston (Hemsworth), a Texas Ranger who, along with his Mexican bride, is sent to an isolated frontier town to investigate a series of mysterious murders that result in corpses of Mexicans washing up on the riverbank. It is there where he faces off against AbrahamRead More
Anthony Mackie
Anthony Mackie is in negations to join the ever-growing cast of John Hillcoat‘s police drama “Triple Nine,” according to a report by Variety. If the 35-year-old actor signs on, he would star alongside a cast that already includes Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, Kate Winslet, Aaron Paul, Gal Gadot, and Teresa Palmer. “Triple Nine” follows a group of corrupt police officers (led by Ejiofor) as they plan to murder an LAPD cop (played by Affleck) in order to divert attention from a heist they’re being blackmailed into by the Russian mob.Read More
“The Hunger Games” was 2012’s box office smash hit, an adaptation of a hugely popular young adult series and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth. It’s sequel, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire“, has been one of our most anticipated upcoming pics so we’ve been waiting to see what footage or trailers we’d get from this years San Diego Comic Con. Editor Linda Ge is at the event and will hopefully have lots of news and information for us on her return but right now we’ve got the officialRead More
The first trailer for magician heist thriller “Now You See Me” has been released via Yahoo! Movies and it is not at all what I expected. Sleek, high-tech and slightly futuristic, this Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco led actioner is being played out on a way bigger stage than I had anticipated. The three, along with Woody Harrelson, are a group of world class magicians. For their final act, they tell the audience, they are going to rob a bank. They seemingly teleport a member of the audienceRead More
With a release date set for March 23rd 2012, promotional material for Gary Ross’s adaptation of “The Hunger Games” has been slowly trickling out, first with an awesome fiery motion poster and then just last month, the first character posters. The first teaser was underwhelming at best, but now, premiering today on Good Morning America, we have the first full length trailer. Starring Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, the film, based on the first novel of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling teen trilogy, is set in a post apocalyptic North AmericaRead More
I’ve been pretty critical of all the promotional material that has been released by Lionsgate thus far for Gary Ross’s adaptation of “The Hunger Games”, but I must say, this new still of Jennifer Lawrence toting Katniss’s famous bow and arrow left me a bit breathless. She looks great, and it really is a striking thing to see Katniss Everdeen come to life so closely resembling how fans of the books saw her. The film, based on the first novel of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling teen actioner trilogy, is set inRead 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
What can we say other than, Holy Photoshop Batman! While “The Hunger Games” remains one of our most highly anticipated upcoming movies, the promotional materials released thus far can justly be described as awful (with the exception of that awesome motion poster). But that first teaser? Underwhelming. And now these characters-in-profile posters that spotlight Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss, Liam Hemsworth’s Gale, Josh Hutcherson’s Peeta and five more strong supporting characters from the film, all airbrushed within an inch of their lives. Luckily for Lionsgate, the massive success of the Suzanne CollinsRead More
Like they did for Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss, Entertainment Weekly gets the distinct privilege of unveiling in costume and in character Liam Hemsworth as Gale and Josh Hutcherson as Peeta in “The Hunger Games”. Hey, that fake forest background looks pretty familiar. Unlike Lawrence’s reveal though, the guys that will flank our heroine in Gary Ross’s adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling teen trilogy are less impressive to this writer. Hutcherson is certainly stocky the way his character is described, but that seems to be where the similarities end and the slightlyRead More
Via ComingSoon.net, Screen Gems has released the first poster for “Friends With Benefits.” The film, directed by Will Gluck, features Mila Kunis as a single woman in NYC who embarks on strictly physical, non-emotional relationship with a friend (played by Justin Timberlake). Yes, it’s basically the same idea as the previously released “No Strings Attached” with Ashton Kutcher and Kunis’ “Black Swan” co-star Natalie Portman, but perhaps that’s where the similarities end. Judging from the previously released trailer, “Friends With Benefits” looks like it’ll relay the sex-without-attachment plot with moreRead More