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A smalltown Southern pawn shop run by Vincent D'Onofrio provides the link for three stories dripping in black humour. The late Paul Walker plays a meth head who meets a flamboyant demise, recently married Matt Dillon stumbles upon the truth of his first wife's disappearance and Brendan Fraser portrays an Elvis impersonator who somehow finds himself involved with an army of sex slaves. An outrageous B-movie blast from Wayne Kramer, the director of The Cooler and Running Scared, Wayne Kramer. »
In case you were out of the loop this week, here's an easy way to get back in and catch up on everything you missed. The Movie News: Jurassic World cast Vincent D'Onofrio and Irrfan Khan. Frozen is now a billion-dollar movie. Platinum Dunes has hired a director for its remake of The Birds. Idris Elba will lend his voice to a tiger in the new Jungle Book. The Geek Stuff: Rumor has it that the Wachowskis are planning a new Matrix trilogy. Did you know Hard Target was slapped with an Nc-17 six times before it got an R rating? Tony Hawk rides a Back to the Future hoverboard. A Jurassic Park trifecta: You can now hack into Dennis Nedry's computer. And listen to Jeff Goldblum's laugh turned into a song, And see what it looks like when you...
- Peter Hall
These days,Jeff Goldblum is more likely to show up in a Wes Anderson movie than a summer blockbuster, but back in the 1990s, he starred in three of the most successful movies of all time in Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Independence Day. With both Jurassic World and Independence Day 2 gearing up for production, only one franchise will sport the 'Blum.
"They haven't called me for [Jurassic World]4," Goldblum recently told The Huffington Post. "But I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did. I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, so, you know."
However, Goldblum admitted that Independence Day 2 will be another matter.
"Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see — I haven't read anything — what they cook up. You know, »
- Ryan Gowland
Academy Awards: This is the selfie that broke Twitter, staged by Ellen DeGeneres during the Academy Awards last night, and snapped by Bradley Cooper. The photo quickly broke Twitter's record for most retweets and briefly took the service down. Front row: Jared Leto, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Ellen DeGeneres, Bradley Cooper, Peter Nyong'o (aka 'Junior,' Lupita Nyong'o's brother). Back row: Channing Tatum, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, Lupita Nyong'o, Angelina Jolie. Later, the Oscar host distributed pizza, with the help of Brad Pitt. [Twitter] Jurassic World: Sure, we're anticipating that dinosaurs of some sort will threaten and/or eat people, but Jurassic World needs a good (bad?) human villain too, and Vincent D'Onofrio has...
- Peter Martin
Indian star Irrfan Khan has also joined the movie, but details about his role have not been released.
Colin Trevorrow is directing the long-awaited reboot, which is set to hit theatres in June, 2015. (Ani) »
- Smith Cox
Deadline has revealed that two more actors have been cast in the fourth instalment of the Jurassic Park franchise, with Vincent D'Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) and Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, The Amazing Spider-Man) have joined Jurassic World in villainous roles.
Jurassic World is being produced by Steven Spielberg, with Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) handling directing duties. Also featuring in the cast of the dino-sequel are Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), Bryce Dallas Howard (Spider-Man 3), Ty Simpkins (Iron Man 3) and Nick Robinson (The Kings of Summer).
Jurassic World is set for release on June 12th 2015.
- Gary Collinson
Although it's been over a decade since dinosaurs roamed the earth, or at least the silver screen in the "Jurassic" franchise, as of today there's one more thing we do know about 2015's "Jurassic World": who we're rooting against. According to a Variety report, veteran actor Vincent D'Onofrio has signed on to be the villain in the sure-to-be-blockbuster coming next summer. Fans will most likely recognize D'Onofrio from his recent decade-long stint on TV's "Law ...
By Jonathan Goldner »
Vincent D'Onofrio ("Law and Order: Criminal Intent," Men in Black, Full Metal Jacket) has been cast as the villain in the fourth "Jurassic Park" installment, called "Jurassic World." The actor is joining a cast that already includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson and Irrfan Khan. Very little is known about the story, except that it takes place twenty two years after the events in the original film. "Jurassic World" will be directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) and is set to hit theaters on June 12th, 2015. »
Irrfan Khan has also scored a key unspecified role in the project in which events take place Isla Nublar, the site of John Hammond's Jurassic Park theme park, rather than Isla Sorna of the two previous sequels.
Construction is underway for location shooting in Hawaii in the new few months.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
When I recently published a piece about "Fantastic Four," a commenter asked why everyone seems determined to cut slack to Josh Trank as director of that film. While I enjoyed "Chronicle," it's not just a blank check. For my own part, I can only say that I want to see Trank pull it off. I don't know if he will or won't, and it's true… we have only one film to judge. But that does't change the idea that I'd much rather get a great "Fantastic Four" than a bad one, and I'm willing to wait to see if the big choices he's making pay off instead of just pulling that automatic fanboy dismissal of things. I feel the same way about Colin Trevorrow. "Safety Not Guaranteed" is enjoyable, but didn't exactly blow my mind. I am still not sure what it is about that small romantic drama that made »
- Drew McWeeny
Recently it was announced that Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were going to be the human leads being accosted by cloned dinosaurs in Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic Park sequel, Jurassic World. As we all know, any good Jurassic Park movie needs a human villain (Jurassic Park III doesn't count), and it has been announced that Vincent D'Onofrio (who will forever be Men in Black bad guy, Edgar, to me) will be taking on that role. Nothing much is known about the plot, other than it is set 22 years after the original movie, and, judging by the name, it is looking likely that a new theme park will see its attractions run amok. Jurassic World is set for release on June 12th 2015. via Deadline »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
Former Law & Order: Criminal Intent star D'Onofrio has signed up to play the villain in the upcoming movie, reports Deadline.
The actors will join Chris Pratt, who has agreed to play the movie's lead character.
Jurassic World is slated for release in June 2015.
Gallery: Jurassic Park in Pictures »
Vincent D'Onofrio and Life of Pi's Irrfan Khan have joined the cast of Jurassic World, according to Deadline. D'Onofrio will reportedly play "the bad guy," even though, per original Jurassic Park, the real bad guy is man's hubris. No word yet on whom Khan will play, or on the exact story beyond "people vs. dinosaurs, and also themselves" but director Colin Trevorrow tweeted earlier this month that shooting is scheduled to start in April, so one hopes additional details are forthcoming. Life finds a way! »
- Margaret Lyons
As the start of production on Universal's franchise revival Jurassic World looms closer, the cast is filling out rather nicely. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard have a couple of lead roles with Jake Johnson also along in some capacity, and they'll be joined by younger stars Nick Robinson (The Kings of Summer) and Ty Simpkins (Iron Man 3). Now the dinosaur adventure from Safety Not Guaranteed director Colin Trevorrow has a bad guy with Deadline announcing Vincent D'Onofrio (Men in Black, "Law & Order: Criminal Intent) has landed the role on a villain. However, we don't know why he's a bad guy without any plot details. In addition, The Amazing Spider-Man and Life of Pi star Irrfan Khan has landed some sort of role in the film that hits theaters in 3D on June 12th, 2015, as part of the year's huge blockbuster line-up. Steven Spielberg is producing the reboot to »
- Ethan Anderton
There's one thing that we can guarantee about actor Vincent D'Onofrio... which is that the dude can do dark and crazy with the best of them. We're hoping dark and crazy will just be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Jurassic World!
Deadline reports that D’Onofrio (pictured) and Indian actor Irrfan Khan will star in Universal’s franchise reboot Jurassic World. D’Onofrio will play the bad guy in the film that Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt are also attached to star in.
Plot details are being kept under wraps, but expect lots more soon.
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- Uncle Creepy
With the heroes of Colin Trevorrow's upcoming Jurassic World in place, actors Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard attached to play the male and female lead roles, now the production has turned its attention towards finding an antagonist, and today they have enlisted their big bad. Vincent D'Onofrio, according to Deadline, has officially signed on to play the main human villain in the upcoming dinosaur-filled epic. In addition to D'Onofrio, Life of Pi actor Irrfan Khan has also come aboard the project, though his role has not been specified. At this point we really don't have any firm character details, but that's probably because every element of the script is being kept under wraps right now. Trevorrow, who will directing the movie as his follow-up to the indie sci-fi comedy Safety Not Guarenteed, wrote the script for the new project with Pat Crowley. D'Onofrio, of course, has been a »
Plot details are being kept under wraps.
The dinosaur reboot will hit theaters June 12, 2015.
D’Onofrio is repped by UTA.
- Justin Kroll
The cast for Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World seems just about set in place as today we learn Vincent D'Onofrio and Irrfan Khan have joined the cast, which already includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson. Set for release on June 12, 2015, the film will pick up 22 years after the events in Jurassic Park, the film is expected to take place on Isla Nublar and word is D'Onofrio will play the film's villain, though no additional details are given. For those of you hoping Jeff Goldblum would reprise his role as Ian Malcolm from the first two Jurassic Park films, he recently told The Huffington Post he was never contacted for the film, nor was he ever contacted for Jurassic Park III. Sorry. Deadline »
- Brad Brevet
The movie will be set on Isla Nublar, 22 years after the events seen in the original Jurassic Park, and the story will feature a brand new dinosaur that has never been seen before. The plot is rumored to focus on an actual working theme park that was first envisioned by John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), which attracts millions of visitors each year.
Rampaging dinosaurs won't the only problem in "Jurassic World."
Deadline reports that Vincent D'Onofrio has been cast a villain in the fourth movie of the blockbuster franchise. An insider tells The Wrap that he'll play a CFO of the Patel Corporation and "projects the image of a normal family man to mask a hidden edge."
Along with D'Onofrio, "Life of Pi" actor Irrfan Khan has signed on to the join the film, which already has its two leads in Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. "Jurassic World," which is being directed by Colin Trevorrow, is set to hit theaters June 2015.
One actor who won't be in the movie is Jeff Goldblum. "They haven't called me," he said recently.
No word yet on whether velociraptors will be reprising their roles either. »
- Kelly Woo
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