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We’ve got a few new posters to share today. Briefly: Ender’s Game – A new promo poster for the adaptation puts Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford’s characters front and center, as we see Butterfield’s titular Ender in his space suit. The film opens on November 1st. Blue Jasmine – The first poster for Woody Allen’s latest is unsurprisingly simple, but it does look like Cate Blanchett’s character will be the film’s central focus. The pic opens in limited release on July 26th. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom – The debut poster for the biopic gives us our first look at Idris Elba as Nelson Mandela, which hopefully means a debut trailer is on its way. The film opens on November 29th. The Internship – A new poster for director Shawn Levy’s comedy sells the reunion of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn. The film opens on June 7th. »
- Adam Chitwood
It's summer again, which means it's time for another Woody Allen film. The director has been churning out a new original film every single year for a long time now, and this year is no exception. Last year's To Rome with Love wasn't exactly a home run, but there was some sharp writing and great performances as usual. This year, Allen's film is Blue Jasmine, but as has become standard with everyone of his films, the plot details are still kept under wraps. Anyway, it's the cast that should draw audiences including Cate Blanchett (featured on the first poster below) Alec Baldwin, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale and Andrew Dice Clay. And that's not even the whole cast. Hopefully we'll get a trailer soon. Poster below! Here's the first poster for Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine from Imp Awards: Blue Jasmine is written and directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris, »
- Ethan Anderton
'Vikings' is the latest chest-beating historical drama to make its way to our screens, from the safe pen of Hirst, who previously brought 'The Tudors' to lusty life, and both films of 'Elizabeth' (Cate Blanchett) to the big screen.
"I didn't want any cliched heroes, because it's quite an unorthodox show, but I needed somebody physical," he tells HuffPostUK. "We kept being offered lots of very pretty English actors, but they didn't look like they could lift an axe, never mind use it.
"So the money was running out, someone was in the frame, but at the last minute my wife watched the reels again, and she said, 'He's not Ragnor', and I had to agree. »
- Caroline Frost
Blue Jasmine, anyone remembers this title? Well, of course, it’s Woody Allen‘s latest comedy, for God’s sake! Last month we shared some pretty cool images from the whole thing, now it’s time to share the first poster with lovely Cate Blanchett who, in case you forgot, stars as a fashionable New York housewife. Suits her well… Written and directed by Woody Allen, the movie tells the story of the final stages of an acute crisis and a life of a fashionable New York housewife. Blanchett plays that lady, and that’s basically all we know about the plot at this moment. Well, to be honest, this »
- Jeanne Standal
Written and directed by Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris), the film stars Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Stuhlbarg.
Blue Jasmine tells the story of the life of a fashionable New York housewife (Blanchett) amidst an acute crisis.
The poster, which bears a lot of resemblance to those that have been used to promote Allen’s other films, lands around four months before the film is expected to hit UK cinemas, and can be viewed below.
- Jamie Neish
Woody Allen appears to be firing them out from every direction at the moment, sorry if that’s too visual, but after the wonderful Midnight In Paris and To Rome With Love, we’ve now got the first poster for Blue Jasmine. Once again, he’s gathered a great cast that includes Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Peter Sarsgaard, Louis C.K, Sally Hawkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and a whole host of names.
Currently, there’s not much given over the plot beyond this little snippet that says it is “the story of the final stages of an acute crisis and a life of a fashionable New York housewife.” With one hell of a ensemble and more witty Woody, we’re always sure he’ll come up with something clever. However, at the moment it’s only set release dates for La and New York on July 26th, the best day of the year. »
- Dan Bullock
Woody Allen has been in the headlines quite a bit lately, but it's all been about his project for next year. While very little is known about the film other than the fact that it will be shot and set in the South of France, in the last couple weeks we've learned that both Emma Stone and Colin Firth are attached to star. But let's not forget that we still haven't seen the multi-Oscar-winning filmmaker's latest title: Blue Jasmine. Today the conversation turns in its favor. Moviefone has released the brand new poster that you see above, which doesn't really have much going on. Similar to the first one-sheet for Midnight In Paris, there's a mix of both photography and paint used in the image, only this one has far more negative space. It's also somewhat hard to gauge the expression on star Cate Blanchett's face, which could honestly »
• Kate Hudson (Something Borrowed) is set to join Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here. The story follows 35-year-old husband, father, and struggling actor Aiden Bloom (Braff), who decides to home school his kids when his father (Homeland’s Mandy Patinkin, playing another Saul) has to stop funding their private education. Hudson will play the part of Braff’s wife. Braff famously funded this project through a Kickstarter campaign that actually still has three days left. At the time of posting, the project had raised over $690K beyond its goal of $2 million. The film also stars Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect »
- Lindsey Bahr
Peter Jackson has brought his crew and a great deal of his cast back to New Zealand this week for the final pick-up shots on both The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, arriving in December of this year, and the final installment The Hobbit: There and Back Again, which debuts December 2014. While Peter promises a video blog in the weeks ahead, he did offer up a set photo featuring him alongside Ian McKellen in costume as Gandalf, along with a short message.
"Back on set for our last Hobbit pick ups. Our last ever Tolkien pick ups, in fact. It's going to be an intense few weeks, but we're looking forward to shooting some powerful scenes with our great cast. Our next blog is coming soon!?"
Details about Woody Allen's latest film, "Blue Jasmine," may be hard to come by, but we've got something that will give fans of the director something to ponder for a while: the official poster (below), featuring a strikingly pensive Cate Blanchett. What we do know is that the film tells the story of a fashionable New York housewife in the final stages of an acute crisis. Sure, this may raise more questions than answers, but that just makes you want to see "Blue Jasmine" more, right? The movie also stars Alec Baldwin, Peter Sarsgaard, Louis C.K., and Bobby Cannavale. Check out the poster below, and discover what "Blue Jasmine" is all about when it hits theaters July 26. Click to zoom »
- Dana Taddeo
Star Trek Into Darkness box office: Solid or disappointing domestic debut? (Photo: Chris Pine as Captain Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock in Star Trek Into Darkness) J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, starring Chris Pine as Captain Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock, has to date grossed $13.4 million in North America, including from 336 late-night Wednesday IMAX shows and all-day showtimes at 3,668 locations on Thursday. As explained by Ray Subers at Box Office Mojo, first-day figures may have been below par because Paramount Pictures changed Star Trek Into Darkness‘ release date last week — the Star Trek sequel was to have opened on Friday. (Addendum: Barring an unexpected Saturday and Sunday surge, “disappointing” is the word for Star Trek Into Darkness’ domestic box-office debut.) For comparison’s sake: With $11.53m on Thursday proper, Star Trek Into Darkness had the 11th biggest Thursday opening ever (not adjusted for inflation). Its Thursday debut, »
- Zac Gille
• Emily Blunt (Looper) is reportedly in talks to join the ever-growing ensemble cast of Disney’s Into the Woods to play the role of the Baker’s (James Corden) wife. The main cast also currently includes Meryl Streep (The Witch) and Johnny Depp (The Wolf). Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal are both in talks for two prince roles. Blunt recently appeared with Colin Firth in Arthur Newman and can be seen next with Tom Cruise in Doug Liman’s All You Need Is Kill (out June 4). [Variety]
- Lindsey Bahr
Proving that the retro-‘60s fad still has some legs, assassinating John F. Kennedy is suddenly all the rage again, as more and more of today’s filmmakers get hip to the far-out sound of a nation’s innocence dying. As with so many horrible moments in history, Tom Hanks was right there with Parkland, followed soon after by J.J. Abrams saying he might be interested in taking Stephen King’s 11/22/63 from Jonathan Demme, and then came announcement of David Mamet’s Blackbird, a Cate Blanchett-starring thriller about a modern-day woman who begins to suspect her »
The phase “Like Buses” is an often overused expression, certainly here in the UK. However, it must definitely apply in this case as The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell is the latest filmmaker lining up conspiracy thriller centred on the infamous assassination of John F. Kennedy. I’m a sucker for the fascinating subject, with Oliver Stone’s JFK right up in my own top 5 of all time.
David Mamet has recently cast Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett in modern-set, cloak and dagger thriller Blackbird, in which a woman, following her fathers death, discovers he may have been involved in the cover-up. There is also debut writer/director Peter Landesman’s Parkland, the recently completed all-star thriller (which includes James Badge Dale, Zac Efron, Paul Giamatti and Billy Bob Thornton) that looks at the chaotic aftermath of the tragic event.
Russell’s film will be based on the the non-fiction book, »
- Craig Hunter
With the 50th anniversary coming up this November, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas in November 1963 is clearly capturing the attention of filmmakers again, more than twenty years after the release of Oliver Stone's "JFK." Tom Hanks is producing the ensemble drama "Parkland," set on the day of the assassination, and only a few days back, it was announced that Cate Blanchett would star in David Mamet's "Blackbird," a contemporary thriller about a woman who discovers her father may have had a part in the conspiracy. But they appear to have some serious competition. A few years back, it was announced that Leonardo DiCaprio was developing "Legacy Of Secrecy," based on the book by Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, which posits the theory that Mafia godfather Carlos Marcello told FBI informant Jack van Laningham that he was behind the assassination. Now the film (a passion »
- Oliver Lyttelton
THR has unveiled the first official photo from the upcoming Terrence Malick movie "Knight of Cups," giving us a look at Christian Bale and Natalie Portman on a beach. Check it out below. The film's plot has been kept a secret, but supposedly focuses on celebrities and their excessive lives of temptation. The rest of the cast includes Cate Blanchett, Antonio Banderas, Joel Kinnaman, Isabel Lucas, Imogen Poots and Wes Bentley. Footage from "Knight of Cups" was recently shown to foreign distributors, but a release date has yet to be set. It's expected to hit theaters later this year. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
It would be an exciting week for casting even if the Cannes Film Festival weren't going on, but the glamorous event in France is bringing a ton of new casting deals as well. The lead for Ya tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars cast its Augustus Waters, and Zac Efron just got a new speed-demon role. Click through to see these and the new jobs for everyone from Shia Labeouf and Christoph Waltz to Cate Blanchett and Scarlett Johansson. View Slideshow › »
- Shannon Vestal
The Hollywood Reporter debuts a first still from Terrence Malick‘s Knight of Cups, featuring Christian Bale and Natalie Portman on a beach together. FilmNation Entertainment reportedly shows footage to foreign distributors investing in Malick’s latest experiment. The film’s plot has been kept under wraps, but centers on celebrities and their excessive life of temptations. Could it give you a hope for what this movie could be? However, it’s a typical Malick beautiful shot. Besides Bale and Portman, the cast includes Cate Blanchett, Antonio Banderas, Joel Kinnaman, Isabel Lucas, Imogen Poots, Wes Bentley and many others were among those who featured on set at various points. »
- Nick Martin
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Good afternoon everyone!
Actress Megan Fox at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
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Last night, Grey’s Anatomy star Jessica Capshaw tweeted a double entendre. Or maybe it was just a single entendre.
Goodnight, y'all... #thestormiscoming#thestormisalmosthere
— Jessica Capshaw (@JessicaCapshaw) May 16, 2013
Capshaw's counterpart, Sara Ramirez, did some finale teasing of her own:
Are you ready for tonight’s Ga finale?
The CW is still plowing ahead with their Wonder Woman prequel Amazon. The network has hired writer Aron Eli Coleite (Heroes) to redevelop the script. CW president Mark Pedowitz confirmed, “We're waiting for the script to come in; we haven't seen it yet. We are preparing to pilot it off-cycle should the script »
- Bridget McManus
Blanchett plays Janet, a woman who travels to Los Angeles for the funeral of her grandfather, a Hollywood visual effects artist who moonlighted for U.S. special ops agencies.
Her grandfather’s well-kept secrets become a threat to her, forcing Janet to discover the truth about him - a truth that includes a secret explanation for the assassination of JFK in 1963.
Shooting will take place in Sydney and is part financed by Australian tax breaks.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
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