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Warner Bros. is bringing the world's worst detectives, Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, into your household, as they've revealed details on The Nice Guys blu-ray which is set to launch in August. Come inside to check out all the details.
If you missed out on the hilarious 'buddy cop' style film when it hit theaters earlier this year, or simply want to see it again, you'll be able to watch The Nice Guys on blu-ray starting August 23rd. If you can't wait that long, the digital version will launch on August 9th.
This case might raise a few eyebrows when “The Nice Guys” arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. Oscar® winner Russell Crowe (“Gladiator,” “A Beautiful Mind”) and Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling (“Half Nelson,” “The Big Short”) star in Silver Pictures’ action comedy “The Nice Guys,” from writer/director Shane Black (“Iron Man 3,” “Kiss Kiss, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
Based on the cyborg created to do Skynet’s bidding from the Terminator series, this T-800 endoskeleton maquette from Sideshow Collectibles is made up of 100+ pieces of polystone and Abs plastic elements. Also: details on the Plutona comic book movie rights being acquired by Waypoint Entertainment and a look at the Cryptocracy #2 cover plus release details.
Terminator T-800 Maquette Photos Revealed Plus Release Details: From Sideshow: “Is it a good idea to keep on building Terminators while living this close to Los Angeles? What could go wrong?
Sideshow’s Terminator Endoskeleton Maquette is a painstakingly detailed recreation of the iconic T-800, the Terminator that first struck fear into would be freedom fighters everywhere. Our version features Polystone and premium grade Abs plastic elements in order to maintain the crisp details that one would expect to find in a machine crafted by machines. The piece is also made up of over 100 pieces. »
- Tamika Jones
Late Saturday night, James Franco was presented the inaugural James Schamus Ally Award at Outfest, the Los Angeles Lgbtq film festival. The award was presented by Gus Van Sant ahead of the centerpiece screening of Justin Kelly’s new film “King Cobra,” in which Franco stars. James Schamus was the first straight ally to receive Outfest’s biggest award, the Achievement Award, back in 2014 and the festival created this new award in his name to, per a release, “honor the efforts of an individual in bringing Lgbtq stories to the forefront.”
Read More: Outfest 2016 Opens With A Heavy Heart And A Message of Hope
Franco was in attendance to accept the award and Schamus himself addressed Franco and the crowd ahead of the screening through a pre-recorded video message. The two shared a humorous anecdote that they believe brought Franco closer to the Lgbtq community. On the set of Gus Van Sant’s “Milk, »
- Kyle Kizu
Shane Black has gone out of his way to insist that his upcoming “The Predator” is less of a typical remake and more of an “inventive sequel.” What exactly he means by that distinction is but one of many unanswered questions about the anticipated project. Also on fan’s minds is who will be playing Quinn Mackenna, the new hero taking over for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Dutch from John McTiernan’s 1987 original. (Spoiler: It probably won’t be Schwarzenegger.) The latest word is that James Franco is “very high on the list” to lead the new film.
- Michael Nordine
With Shane Black’s The Predator deep in pre-production ahead of its February 2018 release, Jeff Sneider is reporting on Meet the Movie Press that James Franco is being lined up for the lead role in the franchise revival.
Franco is the first name to be rumoured for the cast of The Predator, although Arnold Schwarzenegger has suggested on several occasions that he’s set to meet with his Predator co-star Black about a potential return as Dutch, while 50 Cent also claimed back in April that he’d joined the film. This should be treated as a rumour at present, although Sneider does have a solid track record when it comes to casting scoops.
Originally thought to be a reboot of the franchise, Black has since confirmed that The Predator will be a sequel, set some 30 years after the original movie. »
- Gary Collinson
Speaking on an episode of Meet The Movie Press this week, Jeff Sneider revealed a major casting rumor regarding the film - that James Franco is rumored to be in line for the lead role in the film.
The new movie is currently slated to open February 2018 which means production will likely kick off towards in a few months. So far no other actors have yet been linked beyond rumblings of Arnold Schwarzenegger potentially reprising his role from the 1987 original.
Black and his old "Monster Squad" cohort Fred Dekker are penning the script for the feature which is anticipated to have a larger budget than previous films in the series. »
- Garth Franklin
A couple of months back we learned the name of the hero lined up by Shane Black to lead his sequel, The Predator. In case you missed it, it’s the very rugged-sounding Quinn McKenna. Today we might have stumbled upon who will breathe life into that action hero monicker. No, sorry, it’s not The Rock. It’s – rather surprisingly – James Franco.
The news hails from the Meet The Movie Press podcast, which this week featured former Wrap reporter Jeff Sneider. Apparently Franco is at the top of a shortlist for the role of McKenna. He dropped the scoop toward the end of the broadcast, adding that we should take everything with a truckload of salt, as at this stage it’s only a rumor.
Granted, it might indeed just be chatter at this point, hence the warning of massive amounts of salt. However, as the film recently moved »
- Gem Seddon
After a few years of development under director writer-director Shane Black, 20th Century Fox's The Predator is finally getting ready to move forward. We reported last month that production is scheduled to begin this September, wrapping up in December, but no cast members have been confirmed quite yet. There have been rumors that original Predator star Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to play Dutch, while other reports claim that rapper/actor 50 Cent has also come aboard. Today we have yet another rumor, which claims that one of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) is pushing James Franco to star in Predator.
The news comes from the YouTube series Meet the Movie Press, where The Wrap reporter Jeff Sneider teased that CAA is pushing for James Franco. Of course, nothing has been confirmed at this time, and it isn't known if Shane Black would be interested in casting James Franco, »
A few weeks back, we received word that 20th Century Fox had moved up the release of Shane Black's The Predator from March 2018 to February 9, 2018 and now, it sounds like they may have started We have a fresh piece of news for you, hot off the rumor mill, from Jeff Sneider, formerly of The Wrap, on today's installment of Meet the Movie Press, about James Franco (Spider-Man trilogy) possibly being in line to headline Black's upcoming Predator sequel. The news is strictly a rumor at this point, but considering Sneider's track record, there's almost definitely some weight to it. He didn't provide any additional details on the role in question, and considering that casting is still in its very early stages, it'll likely be a while before we learn any more. You can check out Sneider's comments for yourself in the video below, starting at the 28:58 mark: In »
In a relatively short period of time, Dwayne Johnson went from being just another wrestler who was trying to make some extra money as a movie star, to one of the most prolific movie stars on the planet. It looks like all of that hard work has paid off. According to a new report, it looks like The Rock is now the highest paid actor in all of Hollywood for 2016.
According to Forbes, who just published their new Celebrity 100 list for 2016, Johnson made $64.5 million this year, making him the highest paid actor on the list. He came in at number 19 overall, and there were some people, such as his Central Intelligence co-star Kevin Hart, who made some money acting above him on the list. But Johnson was the highest paid person on the list who made the lion's share of his money from movies and TV.
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“I feel like I fucking blew it.”
Charlie Kaufman was talking about his career. More specifically, he was addressing his supposed failure to capitalize on the momentum generated by his scripts for “Being John Malkovich,” “Adaptation” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” Once upon a time, Kaufman’s name was spoken at Hollywood lunches with the same breathless excitement and opportunistic fervor that studio executives tend to reserve for young starlets — back then, he commanded more attention (if not more money) than any other screenwriter since “Lethal Weapon” scribe Shane Black. His potential in the industry seemed positively zoo-sized.
These days, so far as Kaufman is concerned, that’s no longer the case.
“I don’t feel like I’ve got that cachet that I had at a certain point,” he said, looking hard at the table between us. “I see people seizing the moment when they have the »
- David Ehrlich
Angourie Rice in Cannes.
As first reported by THR, Rice's role in Spider-Man: Homecoming is being kept under wraps.
The Jon Watts-directed blockbuster is slated to hit cinemas July 7 next year.
- Staff Writer
Angourie Rice was rightly hailed by many as a highlight of Shane Black’s “The Nice Guys,” her performance more than holding its own alongside those of co-stars Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. Marvel and Sony appear to have taken notice, as Rice was just announced as having joined the cast of “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
Tom Holland is playing the eponymous web-slinger in Jon Watts’ new take on the comic-book franchise, its third different iteration in the last 15 years. Tobey Maguire starred in the trilogy that began with 2002’s “Spider-Man,” while Andrew Garfield portrayed the superhero in 2012’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” and its 2014 sequel. Holland debuted his version of the character in this year’s “Captain America: Civil War.”
Watts’ first two »
- Michael Nordine
“The Nice Guys” was one of the best movies of the summer that you didn’t see. Despite strong reviews, the pairing of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, director Shane Black behind the camera, loaded with an R-rating to realize his vision, no one went to see the buddy action movie, which tapped out at a tepid […]
- Kevin Jagernauth
According to The Hollywood Reporter, actress Angourie Rice is the latest addition to Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures "Spider-man: Homecoming." Sony's Amy Pascal is producing the film alongside Marvel Studios' president Kevin Feige. Rice recently starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe in director Shane Black's buddy cop comedy, "The Nice Guys."
"Cop Car" director Jon Watts is currently filming the Spider-Man reboot in Atlanta, Georgia with a cast which includes Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Robert Downey Jr., Donald Glover, Logan Marshall-Green, and Tony Revolori. Tom Holland made his live-action debut as Spider-Man in Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War."
"Spider-man: Homecoming" is slated to hit theaters July 7, 2017.
Source: THR »
- J.B. Casas
The in-production Spider-Man: Homecoming has added another cast member, The Nice Guys‘ Angourie Rice. The young Australian actress, who also wowed in this year’s These Final Hours, has seemingly won the role after her scene-stealing role in Shane Black’s action comedy.
As with all of the other additions to the cast of the Marvel and Sony co-production, we don’t know who Angourie will be playing as they’re keeping Mum, but you have to admit, director Jon Watts and his filmmaking team are assembling quite the line-up.
Tom Holland is, of course, playing the lead as Spider-Man/ Peter Parker, and he will be joined by Marisa Tomei, who plays Aunt May, along with Robert Downey Jr, Michael Keaton, Logan Marshall-Green, Martin Starr, Donald Glover, Tony Revolori and Abraham Attah.
As we said, shooting is underway with a release date of July 7th, 2017 secured in stone.
More as it comes in. »
- Paul Heath
Plot details are still guarded as is Rice’s character. Holland is playing Peter Parker and Tomei will portray Aunt May while Keaton is on board for the role of a villain.
Production has started in Atlanta with the film — the second reboot of the “Spider-Man” franchise — hitting theaters on July 7, 2017. Holland appeared as Spider-Man for the first time in Marvel-Disney’s “Captain America: Civil War.”
- Dave McNary
We thought the final two additions to the seemingly ever-expanding cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming would surely be the last, but they just keep coming. THR has just announced that The Nice Guys breakout star, Angourie Rice, will also head to Atlanta to join Tom Holland and co., who are currently shooting the Marvel/Sony Spidey reboot.
The 15-year-old Aussie actress doesn’t have a whole lot on her CV just yet, but she’s coming off huge critical acclaim for her role as Ryan Gosling’s character’s daughter in Shane Black’s action comedy.
No details on her role in Homecoming are given (for a change), but considering most of the other younger cast members seem to be playing students in Peter Parker’s high-school, it’s a decent bet Rice is too. Of course, that hasn’t stopped the speculation from kicking into overdrive, and many fans reckon »
- Mark Cassidy
We thought the Spider-Man: Homecoming cast had finally filled out, but now THR reports that 15-year-old Angourie Rice will also make an appearance in the Marvel/Sony reboot, following her highly praised turn in Shane Black's The Nice Guys. Her exact role is being kept under wraps, but some recent set snaps seem to confirm that the rest of the younger cast members are playing Peter Parker's (Tom Holland) high-school pals, so there's a decent chance Rice will be too. The question is, will that character be someone familiar to comic fans? The Jon Watts-directed Spider-Man: Homecoming is currently shooting in Atlanta, and also stars Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Robert Downey Jr., Donald Glover, Logan Marshall-Green and Tony Revolori. »
“If it bleeds, we can kill it.” The famous line from Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1987 favorite Predator seems to have been adapted by film studios to, “If it’s shot, we can restore it.” A slew of revitalizations and restorations have been pouring out into the market — from little-known foreign flicks to indie favorites and mass blockbusters — in waves. The first trailer has now been released for the French HD restoration of Predator. The quality is crisp, with Ah-nahlds rippling muscles covered in mud more clearly rendered than ever before.
Although no U.S. release has been announced yet for the restoration, we imagine it will arrive here before Shane Black‘s new film in the franchise. That’s set for a release in February 2018, and he recently said, “I want people to say, ‘The Predator is coming, I know it’s coming, we want to see it, it’s mysterious, »
- Mike Mazzanti
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