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Heaps of set photos are out of shooting on the John Wick sequel, Matt Damon filming scenes for the fifth Jason Bourne film, a new shot from the 1970s UK set The Conjuring 2, Emily Blunt filming The Girl on the Train, and Zoe Saldana showing off her make-up prep for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Saif Ali Khan ("Phantom") will star in a Bollywood remake of Jon Favreau's comedy "Chef". Favreau starred in the original as a professional chef who quits his job at a popular Los Angeles restaurant and reinvents himself with a food truck. Khan will play the role in the Hindi-language remake which will have a more Indian palate to the story and food. [Source: Variety]
- Garth Franklin
“The Martian” delivered a solid opening at the Chinese box office with a $5.91 million score on Wednesday (Nov 25.)
With a day of previews worth another $1 million, that gave the Matt Damon-starring picture a $6.91 million total, according to preliminary figures from local data provider Ent Group.
That fell short of the recent record breaking opening by “Spectre,” but puts “The Martian” in good shape to quickly overtake “Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” which currently stands on $19.6 million after six days. In fourth place after 13 days, “Spectre” has a total of $80.7 million.
By 5pm local time on Thursday, “The Martian” had added a further $1.7 million for a running total of $7.68 million.
Despite its awkward midweek opening, “The Martian” obtained more screens than the number two film, “Our Times,” and according to Ent, it enjoyed the highest per screen average of any title in the top ten.
The solid score for “The Martian »
- Patrick Frater
Leonardo DiCaprio — who has been waiting for an Oscar since way back in 1993 when he was first nominated for "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?" — sure looks like he's giving it everything he's got this time around. His performance in "The Revenant" has finally been screened and it seems like everything is in place for him to finally win. Especially considering his competition has largely As for the other nominees? Michael B. Jordan has emerged a last minute contender for "Creed," but the nomination itself will be the reward if he pulls it off. Eddie Redmayne could be nominated again after winning last year, but he's not expected to go two-for-two. Michael Fassbender, Johnny Depp, Will Smith, Matt Damon and Tom Hanks have all got strong notices for "Steve Jobs," "Black Mass," "Concussion," "The Martian" and "Bridge of Spies," respectively, and should make up two or three more of the nominees. They'll. »
- Peter Knegt
Matt Damon was spotted filming the upcoming Jason Bourne sequel in Berlin, Germany Wednesday. Matt Damon Films ‘Bourne’ Damon was on set with German action star Vinzenz Kiefer in the Kreuzberg area of Berlin, which was doubling as the Prenzlauer Berg borough of the city for the day on set. Damon was pictured hopping out of a […]
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- Chelsea Regan
Back in September, principal photography got under way on Universal Pictures' long-awaited Untitled Matt Damon Bourne Sequel, a.k.a. Bourne 5, with producer Frank Marshall sharing the first photo of Matt Damon as Jason Bourne. Production is still under way, with new photos arriving from the Kreuzberg, Germany set, thanks to We Got This Covered and several other sources. While all of these photos feature Matt Damon in action, one of them reveals his face has been bloodied quite badly, despite the smile on his face.
We last saw Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum, which wrapped up a trilogy of adaptations based on Robert Ludlum's spy novels. After that adaptation hit theaters, Matt Damon said that he wouldn't come back for another follow-up unless director Paul Greengrass came back, and they had a story they both wanted to work on. Matt Damon revealed this fall that the script, »
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After schooling bad guys in the deft art of close-quarters combat on the rooftops, today’s brand new batch of set photos for Bourne 5 see Matt Damon take to the streets, presumably on the hunt of a possible lead.
Hopping from Spain to London and now to Germany, Damon’s grizzled Jason Bourne returns to the fray, reuniting with director Paul Greengrass following the pair’s work across both The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum. Set to arrive almost a decade after the release of Ultimatum, early reports tease that Greengrass’ soft reboot will be situated in a post-Snowden world, exploring some of the pressing themes of information control, democracy and cyber-security in the year 2015.
As for today’s new set photos, Coming Soon confirms that filming is taking place in Kreuzberg, Germany, with action veteran Vinzenz Kiefer lending a hand as a stunt double. »
- Michael Briers
Remakes…Where would Hollywood be without them? In the third of our continuing weekly series on Hollywood remakes, it’s time to look at one of those very, very rare remakes that is actually better than the original. This week Cinelinx looks at the Cohen Brother's True Grit.
Sometimes an actor can seem like the perfect casting for a role, and have you thinking “I can’t imagine anyone else in this role”, but then a remake comes along and the new actor even outdoes the original one. This week, we’re going to look at the way proper casting can actually elevate a remake above its predecessor. The original 1969 version of the Western True Grit starred Hollywood action legend John Wayne—winning the only Oscar of his long career—whereas the 2010 remake stars one of the most versatile actors of the modern era, Jeff Bridges. Yes, it’s the Dude replacing the Duke. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Rob Young)
Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, braved the windy streets of Berlin for a stroll with their kids on Sunday. The couple, who wed in 2005 and have been spotted looking ridiculously in love everywhere from the red carpet to Disneyland, kept things casual in coordinating jeans, boots, and Winter jackets and happily greeted fans with hugs and photos. Keep reading for more pictures of the happy couple, and make sure you watch Matt's hilarious dad dance moves! »
- Quinn Keaney
Once Venice, Toronto, Telluride, and New York introduce fistfuls of films to the awards race each autumn, it can feel as though the commentariat's collective memory of what came prior has been erased. With the calendar racing toward deadlines for Academy shortlists and guilds and critics groups preparing to vote, we thought it high time to offer a reminder about eight early-year releases that deserve consideration. (Mark Harris conducted an informal poll on Twitter, and four of our choices landed in the top ten vote-getters: "Queen of Earth," "The Duke of Burgundy," "Mistress America," and "Clouds of Sils Maria.") Read More: "Oscar Predictions 2016 (Updated)" "The Duke of Burgundy" Peter Strickland's exquisite "The Duke of Burgundy" is so far from the Oscar race it may as well be stranded with Matt Damon on Mars, but it's undoubtedly one of the year's highest achievements. With reference to »
- Matt Brennan
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon crafted an intimate and emotional indie drama with Me and Earl and the Dying Girl earlier this year, and now the filmmaker is in line to direct Oscar Isaac in Paramount’s real-life political thriller A Foreigner.
That’s according to Variety, reporting that the Star Wars: The Force Awakens star is on the verge of joining the cast. Centering on a Guatemalan lawyer named Rodrigo Rosenberg who, in order to bring an end to a relentless cycle of corruption in his home country, orders a video of his murder to be published to the world posthumously.
Chris Terrio penned the script for A Foreigner, adapting David Grann’s eye-catching New Yorker article “A Murder Foretold” from 2011. Steve Zaillian is producing via his Film Rites banner, while Steven Rales, Garrett Basch and Mark Roybal will split producing responsibilities between them. In terms of Gomez-Rejon, the director quickly »
- Michael Briers
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” helmer Alfonso Gomez-Rejon is directing with Steve Zaillian producing through his Film Rites banner along with Steven Rayles and Mark Roybal. Chris Terrio penned the script.
The film revolves around a murdered Guatemalan man who has videos of his killers distributed after his death in order to uproot the corruption that led to the death of many others, and is based David Grann’s 2011 New Yorker article “A Murder Foretold.”
Paramount has been working on getting this through the door for sometime with Matt Damon at one point being courted to direct the pic. When Gomez-Rejon dropped out of “Collateral Beauty,” Paramount quickly attached him as director and offered Isaac the lead role.
Sources say a deal is still far apart but a recent meeting »
- Justin Kroll
Chris Terrio ("Argo," "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice") penned the script about a murdered Guatemalan man who has videos of his killers distributed after his death in order to uproot the corruption that led to the death of many others. The story is an adaptation of the 2011 New Yorker article 'A Murder Foretold'.
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon ("Me and Earl and the Dying Girl") is in talks to direct with Steve Zaillian, Steven Rales, Garrett Basch and Mark Roybal producing. Matt Damon was previously courted to make his directorial debut on the project.
Isaac's commitment to shoot "Star Wars: Episode VIII" next year is likely to affect the film's schedule which has yet to be set. He'll next appear on our screens in May in "X-Men: Apocalypse," and just »
- Garth Franklin
Biggest Jumps In Oscar Predictions This Week Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Revenant") finally recaptured the lead in the Best Actor Oscar race from Michael Fassbender ("Steve Jobs"). This five-time Oscar also-ran started off this awards season far out in front for his performance as a frontiersman bent on revenge in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's revisionist Western. First to overtake him was Eddie Redmayne ("The Danish Girl"), then Johnny Depp ("Black Mass") and finally Fassbender who by early October had a lead among our experts of 11 to 4 over Leo. -Break- DiCaprio has rallied and now has the backing of 11 of the 22 experts at Gold Derby (Oscarwatchers at Yahoo, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, etc.). That's up by one from last week and boosts his odds of winning to 3-to-1 (from 10-to-3). Five weeks ago, Matt Damon didn't even make the top five for his performance in the blockbuste...' »
It's official - David Beckham is People's Sexiest Man Alive! He was revealed as the recipient of the coveted title during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday. Before his interview, audience members took a shot at guessing who he was by asking him questions, which eventually led to the big reveal. "It's the best moment of my career. I can't believe it," David said, and then proceeded to thank his parents for "bringing me into this world." David earned the top spot on the magazine's annual list and joins the likes of Chris Hemsworth, Adam Levine, Channing Tatum, and Bradley Cooper, as well as Matt Damon, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt, who have all been previously crowned with the honor. Watch the clip above, and then feast your eyes on his sexiest moments. »
- Monica Sisavat
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Jimmy Kimmel had the honor, once again, of revealing People's new Sexiest Man Alive. But first, Jimmy had the audience guess who it might be, hiding the man's face and disguising his voice. The audience first learned that he was taping his spot from London, he has an "accent," he has never been Sexiest Man Alive before, he's married to a celebrity, he's not an actor, he has kids, he has tattoos, and -- the clincher -- he used to be an athlete. After a guess of Nick Carter (?), someone finally asked if it's David Beckham. And it was! David, 40, thanked his parents, his hairdresser, his stylist, and Photoshop for the honor. »
- Gina Carbone
As Jimmy Kimmel announced Tuesday night, 2015's Sexiest Man Alive crown goes not to his arch-nemesis Matt Damon, but to Posh Spice's husband and former soccer star, David Beckham. "It's the best moment of my career," he told the late-night host, thanking his parents, hairdresser, stylist, and Photoshop. "I can't believe it." Here's his tough and tender People cover: And another interview, in which he talks about how his wife and children reacted to the news: Beckham takes the crown from 2014's Chris Hemsworth, and joins the likes of Bradley Cooper, Channing Tatum, and, despite Kimmel's wishes, Matt Damon. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Pierce Brosnan, having played James Bond opposite Denise Richards as a nuclear physicist, knows about missteps in the franchise. So when he sat down with HitFix, he divulged exactly how little he cared for the latest Bond film, Spectre. "I was looking forward to it enormously,” Brosnan said, before lowering the boom with, “I thought it was too long. The story was kind of weak — it could have been condensed. It kind of went on too long. It really did." He then threw some shade on the Bourne movies and said it was more like the Matt Damon franchise in parts than a Bond film.Brosnan, however, is still a fan of his Bond successor, Daniel Craig: "He’s a mighty warrior, and I think he found a great sense of himself in this one with the one-liners and a nice playfulness there. Just get a tighter story, and »
- Ira Madison III
Tonight People Magazine will announce the 2015 Sexiest Man Alive. It's a highly sought-after honor, a title that carries bragging rights for decades. Or at least for a year, until a new Sexiest Man Alive is crowned. Celeb-watchers everywhere have been hedging bets about tonight's honoree. Will it be Matt Damon, Hollywood's resident nice guy and the funniest Martian ever? Will it be Idris Elba, all-around smokeshow? Or will this finally be Chris Pratt's year? Only time will tell. But for now, we're taking a look back at the sexiest men alive from years past. And not the predictable guys, like Johnny Depp and Ryan Reynolds. We're talking about the »
This December, Bruce Springsteen will return to Saturday Night Live for the first time since 2002. On December 19th, he will be the musical guest on a show co-hosted by SNL alums Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who will co-star in the new film Sisters later this year.
Springsteen's episode comes just before the holiday break and follows a stacked holiday line-up. On December 5th, soul newcomer Leon Bridges will be the musical guest on an episode hosted by first-time host Ryan Gosling. Chris Hemsworth will be hosting for the second »
In Todd Haynes’ exquisite Carol, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara play two women in 1952 New York, who fall in love and must face prejudice and societal conventions, but most importantly must face their own notions of what they’re allowed to desire. With its overpowering beauty, both dreamlike and earthly, the film presents us with a snapshot of a time and place that make a case for Haynes being one of the greatest anthropologists in all of cinema, a filmmaker whose attention to detail is surpassed only by his humanism.
At a press conference in New York, attended by Haynes, Blanchett, Mara, screenwriter Phyllis Nagy, and co-stars Kyle Chandler, Sarah Paulson and Jake Lacy, the director commented on one of the many qualities that attracted him to tell this love story, and how it reveals “a kind of expression of intimacy that is hard to find a parallel to among gay men, »
- TFS Staff
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