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Well, the past seven days may just have been the busiest week of the year in terms of superhero news, with several huge stories dropping throughout the week, and the biggest surprise of all? Marvel Studios and its multitude of projects has been virtually anonymous as Sony, Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox grabbed all (well, most) of the headlines. We've got a lot to get through this week, but we'll start things off with our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man...
So, things have been almost deathly »
- Gary Collinson
She's played a seductive killer, a damaged prostitute, and an anguished schizophrenic. Does Ruth Wilson never fancy doing something lighter? As she makes her directing debut, she talks to Andrew Dickson
"Um," says Ruth Wilson worriedly, her brow furrowing and her long limbs coiling in embarrassment around her chair. "I am a bit of a control freak. Well, not really. Not totally." She halts. "Ok, I am a bit." Blimey. All I've asked is whether she's ever performed drunk. She seems scandalised by the notion. "No, no," she says. "The idea of not being in control of your faculties, I don't think so. Too much responsibility. Too scared!"
Fear isn't a concept you associate with Wilson, who has made her reputation in some unflinching roles: a sensuous Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, a psychologically harrowing Karin in Ingmar Bergman's Through a Glass Darkly, Anna Christie in Eugene O'Neill's »
- Andrew Dickson
When Zack Snyder cast Henry Cavill as the lead in Man of Steel, it wasn't the British actor's first brush with Superman. Back in 2004, Cavill was cast as the iconic superhero in Superman: Flyby, a planned reboot from director McG (Charlie's Angels) and screenwriter J.J. Abrams (Star Trek Into Darkness), which ultimately fell apart when Bryan Singer came on board and cast Brandon Routh in 2006's Superman Returns. And, thanks to ThinkMcFlyThink, we have a glimpse of Cavill in the red-and-blue from his 2004 screen test for Flyby...
Superman: Flyby was intended as an origin tale that would have radically altered the traditional Superman story, with Kal-El being sent to Earth as an infant during a Civil War on Krypton and eventually coming to battle his evil cousin Ty-Zor and his three Kryptonian cronies, but only after being killed in action and subsequently resurrected. Other actors said to have been considered »
- Gary Collinson
It was also a time when he was a potential Superman in what was then known as "Superman: Flyby," the second attempt to revive Superman following Tim Burton and Nic Cage's "Superman Lives" in the late 1990s.
This incarnation had McG & Brett Ratner directing at different points with at least two scripts by "Alias" and "Felicity" creator J.J. Abrams. It ultimately fell apart once Bryan Singer came onboard and started over with "Superman Returns".
- Garth Franklin
Harry Potter alumni shortlisted for respective theatrical roles in The Cripple of Inishmaan and Mojo
Radcliffe is nominated in the best actor category of the 14th WhatsOnStage awards for his performance as Billy in The Cripple of Inishmaan.
He is up against Ben Whishaw for Mojo and Peter and Alice, James McAvoy for Macbeth, Lenny Henry for Fences and Rory Kinnear for Iago in the National Theatre's production of Othello. Kinnear also appears in the best new play category for his writing debut, The Herd.
Grint, making his stage debut as the endearingly dim Sweets in Mojo, is nominated in the London newcomer of the year. The category also includes actors Jack Huston (Strangers on a Train), Kyle Scatliffe (The Scottsboro Boys), Olivia Vinall »
- Mark Brown
The new trailer for Dom Hemingway is both far from the best and far from the worst, but when a promo features Jude Law indulging in some sexy time with a stolen safe while in front of a crowd, it deserves to be seen. Watch Law going to the extreme in the most bizarre ways imaginable right here and then catch the pieces that fit the Best and Worst molds below. The Best Stuff 1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has arrived, and turns out it was well worth the wait. There’s a lot going on here which does suggest the film could suffer from villain overload à la Spider-Man 3, but in trailer form, getting the chance to see Rhino in action, catch Peter Parker and Harry Osborn’s big reunion, see glimpses of Oscorp turning into an...
- Perri Nemiroff
This is the red-band trailer for Jude Law's new film, Dom Hemingway. It's a crazy entertaining trailer, and this is definitely a very, very different role for Law. It's nice to see him doing something different and offbeat, and it looks like he gives a hell of a performance! Just a heads up, the trailer is Nsfw as it contains lots of profanity and nudity.
Dom Hemingway (Law) is a larger-than-life safecracker with a loose fuse, funny, profane, and dangerous. Back on the streets of London after twelve years in prison, it’s time to collect what he’s owed for keeping his mouth shut.
Travelling with his devoted best friend Dickie (Richard E. Grant), Dom visits his crime boss Mr Fontaine (Demián Bichir) in the south of France to claim his reward. But Dom’s drink and drug-fueled ego decides that what he’s lost can’t be replaced. »
- Joey Paur
If you thought the first Dom Hemingway trailer was Nsfw, then you definitely need to watch the red band version once you get home. The dialogue is laced with profanity and some images could be offensive.
The release of the first trailer for Dom Hemingway gave us a look at Jude Law’s new, and surprising role, as safe cracker Dom Hemingway, recently released from a 12 year stretch in prison. With a brash poster to accompany the films promotion, it is safe to say that Law will be stepping away from the sensible roles he is known for and into the humorous (and violent) eccentrics of the character that is Dom Hemingway.
Upon his release, Dom is rewarded with a stack of cash, payment for refusing to testify against his criminal associates during his incarceration. Of course, he soon loses his money and ...
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- Justin Krider
The making of Fast & Furious 7 was happening on an accelerated pace to meet next summer’s July 11 release date, but now the movie has come to a complete stop.
The unexpected and tragic car-crash death of Paul Walker has led Universal Pictures to put a hold on the movie in mid-production. Donna Langley, chairman of universal Pictures, told EW this week, “We have half a movie shot and we are working through it.”
The studio has now decided to call a halt.
“Right now, all of us at Universal are dedicated to providing support to Paul’s immediate family and »
- Anthony Breznican
Dom Hemingway Red Band Trailer. Richard Shepard‘s Dom Hemingway (2013) red band movie trailer stars Jude Law, Richard E. Grant, Demian Bichir, Emilia Clarke, and Jordan A. Nash. Dom Hemingway‘s plot synopsis: “Dom Hemingway (Jude Law) is a larger-than-life safecracker with a loose fuse, funny, profane, [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
"That's the sound of fucking freedom!" We've seen one trailer from the United Kingdom for the raunchy comedy Dom Hemingway starring Jude Law, and now a red band trailer shows us just how dirty the Sherlock Holmes star will get. Fresh out of prison, Law plays a wild man who not only makes of for lost time with tons of booze and boobs, but also gets right back into the thick of the underworld, wanting reparations for keeping his mouth shut and spending time in prison instead of giving up his mobster boss to the police. It's a shame this doesn't hit the Us until spring, because Law may have been in the awards race. Watch it! Here's the red band trailer for Richard Shepard's Dom Hemingway, originally from Yahoo: Dom Hemingway is written and directed by Richard Shepard (The Matador and episodes of "Girls"), following the titular larger-than-life »
- Ethan Anderton
Jude Law is rude, crude and addicted to mayhem in “Dom Hemingway,” and the latest trailer makes the British crime comedy look especially enticing. Law ditches his courtly persona to play a safecracker with anger issues. He gets released from prison and goes on a wild bender before trying to collect what he’s owed from the kingpin (Demian Bichir) he didn’t rat out. While he seems to have more than a few enemies after him, his biggest enemy appears to be himself. See video: Jude Law Explains How to Use the C-word Properly “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke »
- Greg Gilman
He's rude, crude, nasty, verbose and totally fucking hilarious. It's "Dom Hemingway," the latest creation from writer/director Richard Shephard and it's the kind of dynamite, larger than life character that actors dream of. And Jude Law has a ball with it. A brand new red band trailer has dropped for the picture, and it's two minutes confirming that the other 90-minutes will be just as good. Jude Law leads the pic as Dom, recently released from jail after doing a stint on behalf of his boss (Demian Bichir), who looks to get paid for keeping his mouth shut but winds up in a world of trouble. And oh yeah, he's trying to reconcile with his daughter (Emilia Clarke) too, all while his long-time pal (Richard E. Grant) tries to keep him somewhat in control. It's rollicking stuff and we wrote out of Tiff, it's "a big piece of raunchy entertainment, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The superb Dom Hemingway starring Jude Law has already seen a release in the UK (read our review here), but north American audiences have to wait a little while to see the film as it doesn’t lad on their shores until the 4th April. We can only assume the delay is because of working commitments of the key cast, stopping them from promoting the film abroad notably Jude Law who has just started a run in the West End of London in a new production on Henry V. Of course we don’t know this, we’re , as we said, just assuming, but here we are, four months out, and we’ve got a banging new red band trailer for the film courtesy of Yahoo! Movies.
Featuring the very best bits from the film, this is a little sweary. To say the least.
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- Paul Heath
This video should be considered Nsfw unless you work with people who don.t mind watching a foul-mouthed Jude Law become an ass-kicking maniac. Well done, if you do. If anyone wondered why Jude Law.s titular character didn.t get more speaking time in the first trailer for Richard Shepard.s upcoming crime comedy Dom Hemingway, it.s because the marketing team probably had to pick and choose the only bits of Hemingway.s dialogue that didn.t contain compounding expletives. At least, that.s the impression I get from this trailer, which wears its red band like a condom and penetrates the ears and eyes with breasts, f-bombs and a myriad of other forms of debauchery. Hemingway isn.t just the life of the party; he.s the whole reason the party exists in the first place. Law is a hoot as the riotous safecracker, freed after spending »
The marketing machine not shy about throwing in most of the good bits from Richard Shepard's Jude Law starring gangster effort Dom Hemingway in order to get your butt in the cinema. To eyes that have seen (and very much enjoyed) the film things all appear a bit spoiler-ish. Nevertheless, the latest red-banded Dom Hemingway preview has landed. Richard E. Grant's wonderful hangdog face is on display, even if the focus is clearly on Law sporting a big personality, and an even bigger mouth in this delightfully bombastic trailer that is cheeky in more ways than one....
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A new red band trailer for Dom Hemingway, which is scheduled for release next April, suggests that Law may be on an even more severe bender than we had previously thought. It’s one of the most madcap, wildly appealing previews I’ve seen in some time and you can check out all the drug-fueled carnage below, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies:
With boatloads of sex, cocaine, booze, guns, car crashes and over-the-top profanity, Dom Hemingway looks like a viciously funny crime caper, boosted by a totally unhinged performance from Law. Our reviewer David Baldwin caught the film at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year and was impressed with the results, calling it, “one of the first »
- Isaac Feldberg
I caught Dom Hemingway at the Toronto Film Festival and quite enjoyed it starting my review off saying it "feels like a second cousin to Nicolas Winding-Refn's Bronson... Jude Law's title character carries the same gruff, deep British accent Tom Hardy adopted .. and the batsh*t nature of the two characters is damn near exactly the same." I think this new red band trailer for the film gives you a pretty good taste of what I was talking about. Dom is a safecracker with a loose fuse who, after twelve years in prison, sets off with his partner in crime Dickie (Richard E. Grant) looking to collect what he's owed for keeping his mouth shut and protecting his boss Mr. Fontaine (Demian Bichir). After a near death experience, Dom tries to re-connect with his estranged daughter (Emilia Clarke), but is soon drawn back into the only world he knows, »
- Brad Brevet
After spending 12 years in prison, Dom Hemingway (Jude Law) reunites with his partner in crime to get everything that's owed to him in the red band trailer for this crime comedy. Richard E. Grant co-stars as Dom's former colleague, who tries to keep his volatile friend on the straight and narrow, as Dom seeks payment for not ratting out his boss (Demián Bichir) in prison.
clickHere to check out this age-restricted trailer, which features nudity and plenty of R-rated language. Director Richard Shepard's comedy, which co-stars Emilia Clarke, hits theaters on April 4, 2014 from Fox Searchlight Pictures.
After spending 12 years in prison for keeping his mouth shut, notorious safe-cracker Dom Hemingway is back on the streets of London looking to collect what he's owed.
The red-band theatrical trailer for writer/director Richard Sheperd’s new film Dom Hemingway has been released online. The pic stars Jude Law and revolves around the titular character being released from prison and going to get the hush money he’s owed. The film drew strong marks from its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, with Matt noting that Sheperd’s screenplay “turns swearing into high art” and calling it possibly Law’s best performance to date. After watching this red-band trailer, it’s tough to argue with either of those statements. Hit the jump to watch the Nsfw trailer and click here to read Matt's full review. The film also stars Richard E. Grant, Demian Bichir, Emilia Clarke, Kerry Condon, Jumayn Hunter, Madalina Ghenea, and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett. Dom Hemingway opens in the Us on April 4, 2014. Via Yahoo! Movies. »
- Adam Chitwood
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