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Over the years, many leading ladies have been drawn to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - from Gwyneth Paltrow to Scarlet Johansson to Natalie Portman - and if new rumors are to be believed, then Rachel McAdams might be the next name to join that esteemed group. Pretty fetch, right? This story comes to us from Heroic Hollywood, which says that they've learned from an anonymous source that an offer has been extended to McAdams for the lead female role in Scott Derrickson's upcoming Doctor Strange. What's unfortunate is that there don't appear to be any details regarding what kind of role she would be playing in the film - though it's worth noting that she wouldn't be the first actress to be attached to the film. That honor instead belongs to Tilda Swinton, who will be playing the mystical Ancient One in the magic-filled blockbuster. Without any information to »
The most surprising thing about "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies"? That they actually ended up making it. After losing three directors and at least one major star (Natalie Portman), the adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's bestselling mashup novel is finally headed to the big screen, and EW has the exclusive on the first official images from the film, which director Burr Steers ("Igby Goes Down") says will be played without the tongue-in-cheek tone readers of the book may have been expecting: “The idea was that it was Pride and Prejudice set in this alternate world and then for everyone to play it straight,” Steers told EW. “The movie’s big wink is that there is no big wink.” Added star Lily James ("Cinderella"): “It’s definitely not camp.” You can view the images below. But first, here's a capsule history of the long-in-the-works production: April 2009: Seth Grahame-Smith's »
- Chris Eggertsen
When it comes to the laws of dating in Hollywood, musicians are typically drawn to models, while actors tend to gravitate toward other actors. They meet on set while filming a movie - we're looking at you, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie - or cross paths during an industry event and end up living happily ever after. For some stars, though, it's more appealing to settle down with someone who's not in the spotlight, like an agent, an artist, or, in the case of Matt Damon, a Miami Beach bartender. George Clooney made headlines when he married civil rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, whose impressive accomplishments more than match up to his acting career, and ballet professional Benjamin Millepied danced his way into Natalie Portman's heart when they tied the knot in 2012. Keep reading to see 19 screen stars who married nonactors, and be sure to check out more celebrity wedding pictures than you can handle! »
Broad Green Pictures chief Gabriel Hammond tells Thompson On Hollywood that "we want to have the longest run possible not for money’s sake, but so we can get as many people to share the experience" which is why they've decided to release the picture in 2016, most likely in the Spring like Malick's last film "To the Wonder".
Then there's the question of Malick's other film, the ensemble drama set against the Austin music scene starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender.
The site says there were rumours the film would be call "Weightless" which is Not the case. It also sounds like the film will Not be coming out »
- Garth Franklin
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are nearing a deal to produce a movie about the FIFA scandal for Warner Bros., which has just won a bidding war for an upcoming book on the infamous subject, an individual familiar with the situation has told TheWrap. Gavin O’Connor will direct from a script by Anthony Tambakis. The duo previously collaborated on the excellent Mma movie “Warrior” and Natalie Portman‘s upcoming western “Jane Got a Gun.” The FIFA scandal made headlines around the world and inspired Buzzfeed investigative reporter Ken Bensinger to write the book “Houses of Deceit,” which insiders claim will be the. »
- Jeff Sneider
Three years ago, a remake of Dario Argento's Suspiria seemed to be ready to go ahead. So what happened to it? Its former director explains.
Visually and aurally sumptuous, Dario Argento's Suspiria was one of the most striking horror movies of its age. The soundtrack was cacophonous, the cinematography drenched in colour and often beautiful - even when Argento was spattering the screen with claret.
In 2008, director David Gordon Green risked the ire of horror fans everywhere when he revealed to MTV that he planned to remake Argento's nightmare classic. It could have been a starry affair, too, with Natalie Portman on board as producer and star. That incarnation of the movie appeared to fall apart, though, and Portman ultimately went on to make Black Swan with Darren Aronofsky - a film about a ballet dancer with more than a touch of Argento's delirious brand of storytelling running through it. »
Early next year, zom-rom-com fans will finally be able to see the living dead roam the 19th-century English countryside in the manners/zombie mash-up, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Ahead of its big screen release in February, the film adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel will be teased next month in Hall H at Comic-Con.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Screen Gems will bring two end-of-the-world projects to Comic-Con's Hall H at 12:15pm on Saturday, July 11th:
"Screen Gems will premiere exclusive first look footage from Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, bringing Lily James, Sam Riley, Bella Heathcote, Douglas Booth, Jack Huston and Matt Smith to the stage along with director Burr Steers, and the book’s author Seth Grahame-Smith. Screen Gems will also be debuting the first look footage from Patient Zero, which stars Smith and Natalie Dormer. Director Stefan Ruzowitzky and screenwriter Mike Le will also take the stage. »
- Derek Anderson
The letter, sent Tuesday to Warner Bros. Entertainment CEO Kevin Tsujihara, noted that Boxer and four other female senators sent another note last month to all the major Hollywood studios asking them to respond to a USC study that found that only 4.1% of top-grossing films in the past decade were directed by women.
“When women’s voices are heard, whether in the U.S. Congress or in the film industry, it strengthens our country,” she wrote. “I will continue to follow the issue of women directors and your studio’s efforts to expand diversity at all levels.”
Boxer’s office noted that she has been encouraged by recent reports of films that will have a woman behind the camera, including Disney’s “Queen of Katwe” and sequel to “Frozen, »
- Dave McNary
Welcome back to our feature on the fifty best films you've never seen. We're over the halfway stage and hopefully by now you've found a few recommendations that suit your tastes. We'll get straight back into the list, and be sure to join us tomorrow for the final 10!! 31 - Garden State Synopsis: A young man returns home to his estranged family for his mother’s funeral and ends up on a journey of self discovery, love and redemption along the way Why you need to see it: Written, directed and starring Zach Braff, this movie was really a labour of love for him, and it shines through how personal a film it is. The story is anchored by some great chemistry between Braff and Natalie Portman, the soundtrack is spectacular and the quirky humour of the plot has the feel of a Wes Anderson feature. Not to everyone’s tastes »
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It turns out that Natalie Portman is so upset by the gender-gap that currently exists among Hollywood directors that she decided to take matters into her own hands. Her upcoming project, a biopic about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was actually delayed because the star insisted that the production hire a female filmmaker to helm the film. Portman is still in negotiations to portray Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the biopic, and from the sound of things it seems as though the actress really wants to portray Ginsberg, but she made an extra effort to be sure that Focus Features, the studio behind the film, hire a female director for the movie. Ginsberg herself made this admission over the weekend while talking at the American Constitution Society conventional panel, via MSNBC. Ginsberg explained: Natalie Portman came to talk to me about [the film landing a female director], and we had »
Natalie Portman has an objection to the gender disparity among working Hollywood directors. The actress is in negotiations to play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in an upcoming biopic, and Ginsburg recently revealed that the project's progress was delayed because Portman had been holding out for a female director. Read More Natalie Portman in Talks to Portray Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Biopic "Natalie Portman came to talk to me about [the film landing a female director], and we had a very good conversation," Ginsburg said at an American Constitution Society convention panel Saturday, according to MSNBC. "And one thing,
- Ryan Gajewski
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups, but thanks to The Playlist we’ve got a new batch of images from the film, which shows off its all-star cast including Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Imogen Poots, Freida Pinto, Wes Bently and Teresa Palmer; check them out here…
See Also: Watch the trailer for Knight of Cups
Rick (Bale) is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer.
In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. »
- Gary Collinson
Natalie Portman turned 34 on Tuesday! The Oscar winner and Harvard grad has grown up in front of the camera; after getting her start at age 13 in The Professional, Natalie starred in films like Garden State, V For Vendetta, and the Star Wars saga. In 2011, she took home an Academy Award for her role in Black Swan, shortly before giving birth to her son, Aleph. A year later, she married French choreographer Benjamin Millepied, and the family of three now lives in Paris. In addition to her illustrious film career, Ivy League education, and glamorous style, Natalie is also a great role model, speaking out on important issues like depression, racism, and religion. In honor of Natalie's big day, we've rounded up her most memorable photos over the years. Scroll through to see Natalie evolve from smiley rising star to gorgeous wife and mother. »
Directorial enigma Terrence Malick‘s latest Knight Of Cups is currently awaiting a release date. The writer/helmer’s work of late has divided commentators into “profound!” and “pretentious!” camps, with entries such as The Tree Of Life provoking cheers and boos in equal measure.
While the cinemagoing public are deprived of his latest offering, some promotional shots have been released which display Malick and Dop Emmanuel Lubezki‘s typical flair for eye-catching imagery:
Unveiled at the Berlin International Film Festival, anticipation is naturally high whatever the outcome. Cups follows Christian Bale as tortured movie scribe Rick, who roams around Hollywood pondering the nature of existence.
Yes, it looks like Rick really is having a tough time of it, but never mind, »
- Steve Palace
After much anticipation, hype, and expectation, Terrence Malick's long awaited "Knight Of Cups" finally debuted in February at the Berlin International Film Festival (read our review) and then...well, that was about it. We haven't really heard much about the film since. But a batch of new images have arrived featuring the trio of lead stars in the movie. Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, and Cate Blanchett are the big names in the picture that also features appearances by a slew of others including Imogen Poots, Freida Pinto, Teresa Palmer, Brian Dennehy, Wes Bentley, and far too many more to mention here (for example, Jason Clarke pops up but doesn't even have a line of dialogue), and follows Rick, a Hollywood writer having an existential crisis, while grappling with complicated relationships with his father and the women in his life. These new images are certainly a nice peek at the beautiful photography by Emmanuel Lubezki, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The film will now open theatrically on September 4 across the UK.
Portman plays the titular Jane, a young mother living in a secluded ranch on the vast New Mexico prairie.
When her family’s life is threatened by a conniving gang of outlaws led by the nefarious John Bishop (Ewan McGregor), Jane is forced to seek help from her former fiancé (Joel Edgerton), now a gunslinger.
Sequestered at her ranch with a limited stockpile of weapons and supplies, they await the epic showdown with the Bishops, whilst a tense romantic triangle unfolds inside.
Gavin O’Connor directs the Western after replacing the UK’s Lynne Ramsay, who walked out on the first day of shooting.
The film had previously been set to star, at various »
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Brooklyn Beckham is making a name for himself in the fashion world! David Beckham and Victoria Beckham's 16-year-old son landed his second magazine cover ever with Rollacoaster. The U.K. publication features the trendy teen star wearing Polo Ralph Lauren on its Issue 16 cover. In the accompanying spread, Brooklyn also models looks designed by Calvin Klein and Coach. Brooklyn posed for London-based photographer James White, who's shot David and many other A-list stars, including Emily Blunt, Patrick Dempsey, Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon, Colin Farrell, Megan Fox, Jake Gyllenhaal, Angelina Jolie, Jude Law, Robert Pattinson, Natalie Portman and Charlize Theron. Last year, Brooklyn was featured on the »
Natalie Portman turns 34 on Tuesday, but the Oscar-winning actress has been appearing on the big and small screens since she was just 13 years old. To celebrate her birthday, we're taking a look back at the actress's most memorable roles on TV and film. She's played a precocious tween in movies like Beautiful Girls, royalty in films like Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace and The Other Boleyn Girl, and tons of other characters over the years, so let's reminisce. »
The Goonies celebrates its 30th birthday today, and even after all these years we still adore this '80s classic.
Rumours have been swirling for some time about a Goonies 2 (make it happen, Hollywood!) with all the original cast returning, so with this in mind we take a trip down memory lane to find out what the stars of the cult classic are doing now.
Sean Astin played the slightly dorky yet bright, braces-clad Mikey - who attempts to leads his fellow adventurers to One-Eyed Willy's hidden fortune upon his discovery of an old treasure map.
The 44-year-old actor has continued to enjoy movie success with his role as Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
This is another question that popped up as a search term to get to Boomtron. I’m going to be picking some of these out and answering them to the best of my ability, and as I noted the first time I did this, skipping the at the very least weird, and at worst, criminal search terms that somehow lead people here. Yes, some of the actions in Game of Thrones are actually PG in comparison to some of them, and some of the not so cleaner recent ones ones are the still actually really (and probably true) thoughts about Natalie Portman’s character in Leon: The Professional, that I think got an uptick because it was recently made available on netflix. Enough preamble though, today I field: What is the Queen’s Power in Game of Thrones?
I caught myself early because I realized I had skipped over figuring »
- Jay Tomio
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