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The Important News DC Extended Universe: Matt Reeves will direct The Batman. Chris McKay will direct a Nightwing movie. David F. Sandberg might direct Shazam. David Thewlis is playing the villain Ares in Wonder Woman. Marvel Cinematic Universe: Rob Zombie will appear in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. X-Men: Deadpool 2 and X-Force got hot new writers in Drew Goddard and Joe Carnahan. James Mangold is sure Logan's X-23 will return in more movies. Star Wars: The Han Solo Star Wars Story has begun production. Disney Remakes: Donald Glover and James Earl Jones will star in the live-action The Lion King. Angelina Jolie might do a Maleficent sequel. Alien/Predator: Alfie Allen...
- Christopher Campbell
Deadline reports that the writer-director has signed on to adapt Tomorrow and Tomorrow, Tom Sweterlitsch’s brainy 2014 sci-fi novel that’s set up shop at Sony’s TriStar arm. Set in the not-so-distant future, one in which Pittsburgh has been reduced to an ashtray following a huge explosion, Sweterlitsch’s book delves deep into humanity’s relationship with fabricated environments and the intersection between reality and the virtual world.
It’ll largely center on John Dominic Blaxton, a fragile man who steps foot in a Vr setting known as the Archive after losing his wife and only child. Within this man-made construct, Pittsburgh has been fully recreated, but a wayward murder victim who seemingly exists outside the system spawns a mystery, and it’s up to our protagonist to crack the case. Mark Gordon and Captain Fantastic »
- Michael Briers
Millions will be tuning in Sunday to not only see who wins what, but who wore what.
The Academy Awards have been the backdrop for some of the most memorable fashion moments over the last nine decades, and judging by this awards season, the 89th Oscars won’t disappoint.
Who can forget Cher’s huge headdress, Bjork’s white swan, or Angelina Jolie’s bare leg?
Oscar Nominated Actresses Make Bold and Varied Fashion Choices
Other stars to watch include best supporting actress nominee Nicole Kidman, who makes the best-dressed list year after year; Meryl Streep, who reportedly canceled her custom Karl Lagerfeld Chanel dress; and Janelle Monae, who has kept her signature black-and-white palette all awards season. »
- Lawrence Yee
The Predator: Yvonne Strahovski (above) is in final negotiations to join the cast of Shane Black's The Predator. If things work out, she'll portray the ex-wife of lead monster hunter Boyd Holbrook, who draws their troubled son (Jacob Tremblay) into the action. Strahovski is best known for TV's Chuck; she'll also be appearing in Hulu's upcoming series The Handmaid's Tale. [Heat Vision] Angelina Jolie: Having completed the drama First They Killed My Father, her most recent directorial effort, Angelina Jolie (By the Sea, above) is now considering multiple projects. The possibilities include reprising her leading role in a sequel to Disney's Maleficent, starring in a historical romance about Catherine the Great and starring in The Spy Who...
- Peter Martin
Angelina Jolie is in the midst of formulating her return to the movie scene following recent personal troubles.
The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the actress-producer-director is mulling over multiple projects, including the long-rumored Maleficent 2. Last we checked in on the fantastical sequel, screenwriter Linda Woolverton merely confirmed its existence – “this very minute, it’s blinking at my computer.” That was almost nine months ago, and though THR alludes to the Maleficent follow-up during its exhaustive interview, there’s no mention of a tangible update.
Beyond the realm of dark fantasy and vengeful fairies, Jolie is reportedly eyeing not one, but two large-scale Universal projects. The first is an adaptation of Simon Sebag Montefiore’s Catherine the Great and Potemkin: The Imperial Love Affair, which chronicles the fiery love affair between the eponymous Russian ruler and Prince Grigory Potemkin. There’s also mention of an espionage thriller based on »
- Michael Briers
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the actress and director is planning a return to high profile acting choices and is keenly considering a sequel to Maleficent Disney’s live action adaptation of the classic Sleeping Beauty tale.
Jolie is also said to be considering two directing projects at Universal in Catherine the Great and Potemkin: The Imperial Love Affair and World War II drama The Spy Who Loved. Next up however is expected to be an adaptation of Alessandro Baricco’s 2004 novel Without Blood.
Maleficent was met with mixed reviews upon release but was a definite success at the box office, accumulating a hefty $758 million worldwide, becoming the fourth-highest grossing film of 2014. The film also picked up an Academy Award nomination for best costume design. »
- Samuel Brace
The Predator: Yvonne Strahovski (above) is in final negotiations to join the cast of Shane Black's The Predator. If things work out, she'll portray the ex-wife of lead monster hunter Boyd Holbrook, who draws their troubled son (Jacob Tremblay) into the action. Strahovski is best known for TV's Chuck; she'll also be appearing in Hulu's upcoming series The Handmaid's Tale. [Heat Vision] Angelina Jolie: Having completed the drama First They Killed My...
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- The Hollywood News
Angelina Jolie is going to be doing a lot of filmmaking in the future. The “Maleficient” star has lined up a number of new projects, including a sequel to the Disney film, as well as signing on as a producer for the Disney kids’ movie, “The One and Only Ivan”, Et can confirm. Watch: Angelina […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
Angelina Jolie was at one point, not that long ago, one of the most sought-after and highest-paid actresses in Hollywood. On Disney's Maleficent, she was able to command a massive $20 million payday as well as some backend, which is no small feat. She has since turned her attention toward smaller projects and directing, but it looks like her next big role could be a return as the iconic Disney villain in Maleficent 2.
The Hollywood Reporter recently ran a pretty in-depth feature on Angelina Jolie and where her career is headed. According to the report, she currently has a few acting projects in the works after spending a few years mostly behind the camera. Her only acting gigs of late were in By The Sea and Kung Fu Panda 3. Per THR, she is now looking to get back in the game with a pair of large-scale projects currently in development at Universal, »
Angelina Jolie is going to be doing a lot of filmmaking in the future.
The Maleficient star has lined up a number of new projects, including a sequel to the Disney film, as well as signing on as a producer for the Disney kids' movie, The One and Only Ivan, Et can confirm.
Watch: Angelina Jolie Explores the Life of a Cambodian Refugee in New Netflix Movie 'First They Killed My Father'
Beyond that, the 41-year-old actress is also reportedly involved in two Universal projects: an espionage drama titled The Spy Who Loved -- taking its name from Claire Mulley's 2012 novel -- as well as Catherine the Great and Potemkin: The Imperial Love Affair, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
And from in front of the camera to the director's chair, Jolie's next director gig, according to the same report, is a war movie called Without Blood.
David Crow Feb 23, 2017
Angelina Jolie arguably remains one of the most bankable movie stars in Hollywood. Granted, the last time she appeared in a live-action film was for 2015’s underperformer, By the Sea. But prior to that misfire, the combination of her marquee name and Disney nostalgia propelled Maleficent to a $759 million gross during the summer of 2014. And along with a purported Maleficent 2, many producers have sought the star to reprise roles in potential blockbusters like a now dormant Wanted 2 and the abandoned Salt 2.
However, personal life aside, she has kept a low profile in Hollywood, electing instead to direct a movie set and produced in Cambodia (Netflix has since purchased the international rights). Apparently things are changing at Universal Pictures, however, since THR is reporting she has »
Angelina Jolie isn’t leaving Hollywood anytime soon. While many reports have indicated that the multi-hyphenate is stepping away from the…
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- Laura Berger
For years, Angelina Jolie has been closely involved with the United Nations in various roles and projects, so it’s not a surprise her directorial efforts (“By The Sea” aside) have leaned toward exploring the ramifications of war. “In The Land Of Blood And Honey” delved into the Bosnian conflict, “Unbroken” tackled WWII, and her upcoming “First They Killed My Father” explores the brutal regime of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Continue reading Angelia Jolie Eyes Directing ‘Without Blood,’ Mulling Numerous Acting Roles at The Playlist. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Director Angelina Jolie’s biographical historical thriller “First They Killed My Father,” has released new a featurette ahead of its Netflix debut. The upcoming film is based on Loung Ung’s memoir of the same name.
In the featurette, Jolie describes Ung as a “dear friend” – the two became close after Jolie read her book after it first came out in 2000.
Continue reading New Featurette For Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ Shows More Footage From The Netflix Drama at The Playlist. »
- Tess Bonn
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Hollywood and Asian royalty rubbed shoulders Feb. 18 at the Cambodian premiere of Angelina Jolie's new directorial endeavor, First They Killed My Father. Adapted from Khmer Rouge survivor Loung Ung’s memoir, the movie tells the story of Ung’s dramatic childhood and features a cast of mostly nonprofessionals, reproducing the nightmare of life under Pol Pot.
Noticeably absent from the low-key affair — held in the Cambodian city of Angkor — were Hollywood A-listers, including Netflix's chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, who, sources say, paid a whopping $25 million for the Khmer-language release, due out this fall, with an awards-qualifying rollout »
- Tatiana Siegel
There have been plenty of history-making moments that have hit the Oscars over the years, but when it comes to the most awesome photo ever taken during the show, we have to hand it to Ellen DeGeneres and her star-studded selfie. Let's take a step back in time... DeGeneres hosted the 2014 Oscars and made her way down to the audience a couple times for a few skits with the celebrities in attendance. However, no one expected her to whip out her phone and snap a selfie with some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Yes, the host somehow managed to wrangle stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Jared Leto, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Lupita »
Actor says those now speaking up about forced marriages at Khmer Rouge tribunal will be supported
Angelina Jolie has paid tribute to the survivors of forced marriage under the Khmer Rouge and pledged to continue advocating on behalf of women and girls who suffer from sexualized violence in conflict.
Jolie has spent the past few days in Cambodia, where her new made-for-Netflix film, ‘First They killed My Father,’ premiered on Saturday night in Siem Reap’s Angkor Wat temple complex.
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- Lauren Crothers in Phnom Penh
Universal Pictures has brought on Dan Mazeau (Wrath of the Titans) to rewrite the script for the studio's Van Helsing reboot. It is part of Universal Studios' monster universe, which will feature a bunch of classic creatures in modern day. While his involvement hasn't been reported until now, Dan Mazeau has been with this project since September. He was also part of the original writers room that came together to flesh out this universe, which included Noah Hawley (Legion), Aaron Guzikowski (Prisoners) and Ed Solomon (Men in Black).
The Tracking Board broke the news of this writer coming aboard, with Eric Heisserer (Arrival) and Jon Spaihts (The Mummy, Passengers) previously working on this project together through the writers room. Just yesterday, Eric Heisserer revealed that he tried to make the movie as scary as possible, although he qualified that by stating, "I don't know what it's going to look »
While enjoying some local foods in Cambodia, Angelina Jolie whipped up a scrumptious dish for her children — one comprised of scorpions and tarantulas. Jolie was in the Southeast Asian country promoting her new film, First They Killed My Father, when she did an interview with BBC News. In the interview, she talked about her recent painful split from […]
The post Angelina Jolie Cooks & Eats Tray Of Scorpions With Kids appeared first on uInterview. »
- Kate Chia
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