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Titanic Is Leaving Netflix, but Don't Worry Because There's a Whole Bunch of Nicolas Cage Coming

19 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Netflix taketh, and Netflix giveth back. Kind of. Every month the streaming site sends out an update of what content will be disappearing from streaming, and what movies and TV shows will be added. It's an announcement we've come to expect, but this time around the swap out is kind of...weird. Or awesome, depending on your feelings about Nicolas Cage. First let us explain. There are some seriously good picks leaving Netflix in just a matter of days— titles like Driving Miss Daisy, Family Ties, Kiss The Girls and Jiro Dreams of Sushi. And who could forget Titanic? Everyone's favorite version of Leonardo DiCaprio (get out of here, Great Gatsby fans!) is no longer going to be »

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Review: The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?

22 hours ago | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Put a group of movie lovers in a pub, give them a few beers and one topic that will inevitably come up is speculation about films that were never made, and top of that list is usually Tim Burton’s infamous Superman movie.

As something of a more than casual Superman fan, I have to admit that my personal preference for the best portrayal of the Man of Steel on screen, whether big or small, is Christopher Reeve’s iconic take in Richard Donner’s Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980). I’ve got nothing particularly against Richard Lester’s version of the sequel, but Donner’s more than nails it for me.

That said, I can’t help but wonder, and have on many an occasion in the afore mentioned alcohol fuelled debates with my cinephile friends, just what Superman would have looked like if played by Nicolas Cage and directed by Tim Burton. »

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The Death of Superman Lives unveils huge batch of concept art from Tim Burton’s Superman Lives

26 July 2015 10:22 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To promote the release of The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?, a huge batch of concept art has arrived online from Tim Burton’s aborted take on the Man of Steel, which you can see right here…

See Also: Nicolas Cage in the final Superman suit from Tim Burton’s Superman Lives

 

See Also: Watch the first ten minutes of The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?

The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? is available now via www.tdoslwh.com.

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- Gary Collinson

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Tye Sheridan on Getting Locked Up in 'Stanford Prison Experiment' and Joining the 'X-Men'

24 July 2015 8:35 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Ezra Miller and Michael Angarano on the Dark Side of Human Nature in 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'  At 18 years old, Tye Sheridan has a career that would make even the most accomplished actor jealous. In the four years since making his acting debut opposite Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain in Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life," Sheridan has continued to work with some of the biggest and most acclaimed names in the business, including Jeff Nichols and Matthew McConaughey on "Mud," David Gordon Green and Nicolas Cage on "Joe," Rodrigo Garcia and Ewan McGregor on "Last Days in the Desert" and more. Joining Indiewire over the phone from the Montreal set of another envious project -- Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Apocalypse," where he's taking on the role of a young Cyclops -- Sheridan spoke about working on his latest heralded indie, "The Stanford Prison Experiment, »

- Zack Sharf

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The Vatican Tapes | Review

23 July 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Better the Devil You Show: Neveldine’s Solo Outing Can’t Quite Reach its Inner Demon

It’s hard to figure out who these religious themed horror films are made for. Director Mark Neveldine, stepping out on his own for the first time following four co-directed efforts with Brian Taylor (the team behind the Crank films and that Nicolas Cage sequel Ghost Rider), can’t seem to provide an answer with this derivative hunk of spiritually solicited scares, yanking plot points from ye classic films of yonder, like The Omen and The Exorcist, but whittled down to a palatable PG-13 rating for the kiddies. Those who are actually religious find these forays into devilish mayhem blasphemous or exploitational, while an increasing number of staunch non-believers need a bit more than the run-of-the-mill possession flick to be goaded into the thrill of a fantasy they don’t believe in anyway.

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- Nicholas Bell

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Douglas Cook, ‘The Rock’ Screenwriter, Dies at 56

20 July 2015 1:39 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Screenwriter Douglas Cook, whose credits included “The Rock,” died Sunday of undisclosed causes in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 56.

Cook teamed with partner David Weisberg for the scripts for 1996’s “The Rock,” 1999’s “Double Jeopardy” and the upcoming thriller “Criminal.” The duo shared screenplay credit with Mark Rosner on “The Rock,” starring Nicolas Cage.

Cook was represented by Gersh and Benderspink. Services are pending.

Cook’s death evoked tributes on Twitter, including one from “Minions” screenwriter Brian Lynch.

Rip Douglas Cook. Love love The Rock.

Brian Lynch (@BrianLynch) July 20, 2015

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- Dave McNary

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Douglas Cook Dies: Screenwriter Of ‘The Rock’, ‘Double Jeopardy’ Was 56

19 July 2015 8:24 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Screenwriter Douglas Cook died at noon Sunday in Santa Monica. He was 56 and was surrounded by his family when he passed away. Cook and his writing parter David Weisberg wrote the screenplays for The Rock, Double Jeopardy and the upcoming picture Criminal. The Rock, for producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson, starred Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris. The 1996 action thriller about a threatened nerve gas attack on San Francisco was directed by Michael Bay and… »

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Paul Walker's Brother Lands His First Major Acting Role

17 July 2015 11:11 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

It appears that the film legacy of the late Paul Walker will keep the engines of its proverbial muscle cars roaring. It is being reported that Cody Walker, the brother of the late Fast & Furious franchise star, will be stepping into the cinematic spotlight for the very first time in an upcoming World War II naval drama starring notable names like Nicolas Cage, Tom Sizemore and Thomas Jane. According to a scoop by Deadline, Cody, the 26-year-old youngest of the Walker siblings consisting of three brothers and two sisters, will make the career transition from being a certified paramedic to stepping in front of the camera for the historical war drama, USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. The role will be the first credited acting appearance for Cody, who, along with brother Caleb, aided the completion of the recent mega-hit sequel, Furious 7 by serving as stand-ins for their late brother, »

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Viral Video Prequel To 'Ant-Man' Sees An Old McU Character Return, Peyton Reed Hints At Sequel Plot

17 July 2015 9:40 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

After one of the more troubled and extended processes of any superhero movie not involving Nicolas Cage as Superman, “Ant-Man” hits theaters today. That means, as it probably should, that the Disney publicity machine is moving at highest gear, and it’s near impossible to escape the swathe of clips, interviews, and promos out there (though how much of an effect it’s having remains to be seen: the Thursday late-night screenings are strong, $6 million or so, but suggest that we’re heading for the lowest-grossing Marvel movie in four years unless things pick up).  In one of the cannier bits of marketing that Marvel have come up with this time around, they’ve unveiled a viral clip that sees Leslie Bibb reprise her role from "Iron Man," the very beginning of the McU, as reporter Christine Everhart live-interviewing Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) from prison, filling in some of his »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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The 20 Best Female-Driven Comedies

16 July 2015 3:35 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"Trainwreck," the new Amy Schumer/Judd Apatow movie, examines the plight of one snarly woman as she exits her familiar world of sexual freedom and hangovers for a detour into serious romance. Though several eye-popping cameos and supporting performances buttress the film, Schumer's performance is the acting triumph of "Trainwreck." Without her shaky conscience and burgeoning sense of fulfillment, the movie's conventional story might feel staid. Thankfully, it's anything but. Schumer's performance marks a welcome addition to cinema's long line of strident, hilarious female protagonists. We're celebrating that lineage with a list: the 20 best female-driven comedies ever. Some are old and some are new, but all are marked by a degree of cosmopolitan fun and nerviness -- and the occasional slap from Cher.  20. "How to Marry a Millionaire" We remember Lauren Bacall as a glamor girl with a damning grimace, but let's start revising that narrative to include her chops as a comic force. »

- Louis Virtel

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Cody Walker, Paul Walker’s Brother, Lands First Film Role

16 July 2015 1:31 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Cody Walker, the youngest brother of late actor Paul Walker, has landed his first major film role in USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. Cody Walker Lands Film Role Walker, 27, will star alongside Nicholas Cage in World War II movie USS Indianapolis, according to Variety. In the film, Walker will play one of the crewmen on […]

The post Cody Walker, Paul Walker’s Brother, Lands First Film Role appeared first on uInterview. »

- Chelsea Regan

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Paul Walker's brother Cody joins cast of USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

16 July 2015 5:50 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

It looks like there is another pair of competing movies covering the same subject matter, this time from two very different perspectives. While Robert Downey Jr is producing a film told from the perspective of a young boy trying to exonerate the captain of the USS Indianapolis, the other will follow a straight ahead plot about the disaster. Starring Nicolas Cage, Thomas Jane, Tom Sizemore, and now... Read More »

- Alex Maidy

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Paul Walker's Brother Cody Lands First Major Role, Fans Unsure How to Feel

16 July 2015 3:25 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

When Paul Walker died in 2013, his brother Cody Walker, now 27, helped Universal Pictures finish "Furious 7" as a stand-in for his older brother. (Their brother Caleb did the same.) Now, Deadline reports, Cody has landed the first major acting role of his own: as a Navy soldier in "USS Indianapolis," directed by Mario Van Peebles and starring Nicolas Cage as Captain Charles McVay in an adaptation of the true 1945 story of the men who were stranded and attacked by sharks for five days in the Philippine Sea.

So far the reaction to Cody's casting has been mixed. Some fans are thrilled for him and sure Paul would be proud and happy to see his brother launching his own acting career. Other fans -- including almost everyone in the comments section under Deadline's exclusive -- are crying nepotism, wondering what Cody did to earn a major film role besides look like »

- Gina Carbone

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Nicolas Cage in the final Superman suit from Tim Burton’s Superman Lives

16 July 2015 12:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thanks to the official Twitter page for the documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?, we’ve got a new look at Nicolas Cage as he would have appeared in the final costume as the Man of Steel in Tim Burton’s ultimately-aborted 90s reboot Superman Lives…

See Also: Superman Lives concept art of Christopher Walken as Spider-Brainiac

So, not quite as hilarious as some of the previous images we’ve seen of Cage as Superman…

See Also: Watch the first ten minutes of The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?

The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? is set for a worldwide digital release on July 9th at www.tdoslwh.com.

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- Gary Collinson

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Paul Walker's brother Cody lands his first movie role alongside Nicolas Cage

15 July 2015 11:12 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Paul Walker's youngest brother Cody is boarding his first significant feature film role after lending a hand on Fast & Furious 7.

The 27-year-old helped Universal Pictures out in the recent Furious instalment, after the death of Paul in December 2013.

According to Deadline, Cody is starting his own acting career with a major supporting role in USS Indianapolis, alongside Nicolas Cage.

Cage plays Captain Charles McVay in the Mario Van Peebles-directed feature, who was commander of a boat that sank in 1945, resulting in massive loss of life.

Based on a true story, McVay's boat was hit by a torpedo that was on a secret mission, leaving 1,196 men waiting for rescue for four days. Only 317 survived after sharks began eating those who managed to get off-board.

Cody is set to play one of the soldiers fighting for survival.

The newcomer signed up with Paradigm Talent Agency back in April. »

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Paul Walker’s Brother Cody to Star in Nicolas Cage WWII Drama ‘USS Indianapolis’

15 July 2015 7:04 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Cody Walker, brother of the late Paul Walker, is following his beloved sibling’s footsteps into show business. Cody has been cast in Mario Van Peebles’ “USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage,” an history-based drama starring Nicolas Cage, a rep for the actor confirmed to TheWrap. “USS Indianapolis” will tell of the U.S. Navy vessel of the same name during World War II. Also Read: Paul Walker's Emotional 'Furious 7' Tribute Leaks Online Both crew and captain were stranded in the Philippine Sea for five days while attempting to deliver parts for the atomic bomb later dropped on Hiroshima. »

- Matt Donnelly

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Paul Walker's Brother Cody Lands His First Major Film Role—Get the Scoop!

15 July 2015 4:16 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Paul Walker's brother has landed another film role! After stepping in during Furious 7, following the late actor's tragic passing, Cody Walker is going to be back on a big screen near you. E! News can confirm that the 27-year-old has been cast as a major supporting role in the upcoming Mario Van Peebles-directed flick, USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. Deadline first broke the casting news, and reported that Cody will play a Navy soldier who struggles with surviving both on the ship and off. Nicholas Cage is slated to star as Captain Charles McVay, the commander who tirelessly worked to keep his men from perishing after a secret mission to deliver parts of the atom bob Little Boy went »

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Paul Walker’s Brother Cody Walker Starring in Nicolas Cage’s ‘USS Indianapolis’

15 July 2015 2:54 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paul Walker’s brother, Cody Walker, is starring alongside Nicolas Cage in the World War II movie “USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage.”

This marks the first major role for Cody Walker, who replaced his late brother in “Furious 7″ after he was killed in a 2013 car crash. Tom Sizemore, Thomas Jane, Matt Lanter and Brian Presley round out the cast.

Mario Van Peebles is directing from a script by Cam Cannon and Hannibal Classics principal Richard Rionda Del Castro. Producers are Rionda Del Castro and Michael Mendelsohn of Patriot Pictures, who are also financing “Men of Courage.”

Saban Films acquired U.S. rights during Cannes. The film is scheduled to be released over the 2016 Memorial Day weekend.

Ness Saban and Saban Films president Bill Bromiley will exec produce, along with Patricia Eberle, Timothy Patrick Cavanaugh, Dama Claire, Jamal Hanan and Mariusz Lukomski.

Cage is playing the role of Capt. Charles Butler McVay, »

- Dave McNary

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Cody Walker Boards USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage

15 July 2015 1:49 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

After helping the Fast & Furious 7 team finish the film following the sad death of his older brother Paul, Cody Walker is taking on his own first proper role. He’ll be part of the crew for USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage.Mario Van Peebles is aboard to direct this one, with Nicolas Cage is starring as Captain Charles Butler McVay, who was in charge of the ship during a mission to supply parts for the atomic bomb when Japanese torpedoes sank it in July 1945. Approximately 300 of the 1196 crew went down with the ship and the remaining 880 faced dehydration, exposure and shark attacks while awaiting rescue. Only 321 were ultimately plucked from the water, and of those just 316 survived. McVay ended up court-martialled, but thanks to the research of Hunter Scott, who 1996 was inspired by Steven Spielberg's Jaws to write a report about the vessel and her ill-fated crew for a History Day competition, »

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Paul Walker’s Brother & ‘Furious 7′ Stand-In Cody Walker Gets First Film Role

15 July 2015 1:32 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Cody Walker, who helped Universal Pictures get Furious 7 back on the road following the tragic death of his brother Paul Walker, has landed his first significant feature film role as an actor. Cody Walker, who looks very much like his sibling and stood in for him in F7, has landed a major supporting role in USS Indianapolis. That is the film Mario Van Peebles is directing with Nicolas Cage starring as Captain Charles McVay, the commander who struggled to keep… »

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