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With Walt Disney releasing Maleficent on disc next week, they have offered us a Bonus Clip from the special features found on the Bu-ray disc. The Angelina Jolie-starrer arrives November 4 as a combo pack containing the Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD versions o fthe liv-action retelling of the classic fairy tale. Our review will be appearing here soon.
Aurora: Becoming a Beauty
- ComicMix Staff
Writer/director David Ayer joined his Fury cast Michael Peña, Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia Labeouf and Jon Bernthal for the film’s press conference ahead of the closing night gala screening at this year’s London Film Festival. The panel certainly had plenty to discuss, including their commitment to the roles and the personal impact the film had on the people involved.
‘I just wanted to make a film that spotlighted the moral hazards, the psychic hazards, of war itself and the impression it leaves on the human soul,’ said Ayer, adding that this is not your average war film. ‘This is about a family,’ he said. ‘It’s a character study.’
Pitt (and, also, the rest of the cast) clearly went above and beyond for this project, researching tank life and war stories. Pitt explained that he read a book called On Killing to help prepare and received »
- Amanda Keats
Hurt told the Daily Mail that he hopes to team up with the fellow Derbyshire actor at the BFI London Film Festival Awards.
The veteran actor will play the title role in the adaptation of Cervantes's seminal novel.
It tells the tale of a minor nobleman whose obsession with tales of chivalry spills over into his waking life. Convinced he is a knight of old, he sets off on a series of quests both humorous and tragic.
The production has continued to be dogged by delays, and is currently expected to shoot in 2015. The latest version is a modern update on the literary classic.
It's no secret that Amy Poehler is hilarious, amazing and one of the absolute best funnylady actresses around. But the Parks and Recreation star is really taking things to a new level in her book Yes Please. In her new book, the 43-year-old actress covers everything from her history of drug use to her divorce, her body and her boyfriend Nick Kroll. Here are eight of the best quotes from Yes Please so far (the book comes out Oct. 28). On her favorite body part: "I don't consider myself beautiful or famous, but my vagina certainly is. Everyone knows this. I have the Angelina Jolie of vaginas." On the rest of her anatomy: "I wish I were taller or had leaner hands and a less crazy smile...I »
With the month of October almost complete and the precursor season having officially kicked off yesterday morning with the Gotham Award nominations (I’ll be writing about that on Monday or Tuesday as part of something more substantial about precursors), now’s a perfect time for my monthly set of Golden Globe predictions. Some might consider it a bit too early still, but not me. It’s time. Especially considering some of the embargoed things I’ve seen this month (including one big one I can’t talk about yet), it’s high time to discuss the Globes again. To reiterate the basics to you all one more time, the biggest difference that you’ll see here between the Academy and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is that they tend to go for the bigger names or the bigger productions, as well as more European fare at times. So yes, »
- Joey Magidson
Jack O’Connell may well be the next big guy to watch. After his stint on Skins, he showed up in 300: Rise of an Empire and ’71, and received rave notes for his work in Starred Up. Holding the lead role in Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken means that half the families in the Us are going to […]
- Russ Fischer
There has been much made about the lack of female-led superhero movies in the past couple of months, with DC Comics taking a giant leap forward by announcing a standalone Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot. A new report indicates that Warner Bros. is set on hiring a female director to take on the project. But who will it be?
Zack Snyder will have the first crack at shaping and defining this big screen incarnation of Wonder Woman, a character that will debut in his upcoming superhero ensemble Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Its believed that the character will be loosely based on the New 52 version, with the Amazonian princess a goddess fathered by demigod Zeus. While Justice League Part 1 is also being released in 2017, its unclear which project will hit screens first that year.
Its no secret that female directors are in short supply. Kathryn Bigelow seems like an obvious first choice, »
We'll admit it – the prospect of Zack Snyder being the first director to bring a live-action Wonder Woman to the big screen does not necessarily fill us with confidence, given his track record with "empowering" female narratives like Sucker Punch. Heavy emphasis on those air quotes.
But this morning came news that Warner Bros and DC are on the hunt for a female director to spearhead Gal Gadot's standalone spinoff in 2017, which would unfortunately be a groundbreaking move in itself for the superhero movie industry.
While it's undeniably early days (we're a fair way off from even having a writer confirmed), speculation is fun, so below Digital Spy rounds up five potential contenders for the Wonder Woman job.
In one of the hottest new viral videos, Brad Pitt sits down with Zach Galifianakis for a funny new interview. Appearing on the Emmy-winning "Between Two Ferns," Pitt (or Bradley Pitts as he is called), is asked about how he lost his virginity, why he doesn't shower, and if it's difficult to stay tan while living in Angelina Jolie's shadow, among other topics. Pitt's responses with mostly deadpan expressions make it "his best interview yet." Look out for a cameo from comedian Louis C.K.. Hollywood Reporter -Break- Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin confirms that Christian Bale will play the late Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic for Sony. The project about the Apple founder has gone through a variety of changes with Leonardo DiCaprio originally circling the role under David Fincher and then Danny Boyle directing. Sorkin says, "We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range and that's Chris Bale. »
Continually on the precipice of happening (or not), Terry Gilliam's "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" appears to be flirting with a new cast member to join John Hurt in the troubled production. "Unbroken" and "Starred Up" star Jack O'Connell is apparently "in discussions" for the project, which is now tentatively aiming to shoot next fall. It would certainly be a major coup for Gilliam, with O'Connell sure to be more of a household name following Angelina Jolie's World War II later this year. But you never know with 'Don Quixote' how things will shake out, so we'll just have to wait and see. [Daily Mail] Ethan Hawke is getting in the jazzy spirit, taking the lead role in the Chet Baker biopic "Born To Be Blue." Writer-director Robert Budreau’s film follows "Chet Baker’s amazing comeback and roller coaster love affair that altered the way he »
- Kevin Jagernauth
In her new memoir, Yes Please, Amy Poehler opens up about her childhood, her divorce from Will Arnett, and her own outstanding female anatomy. The book, which is a mix of personal stories, essays, advice, and plenty of memories from Saturday Night Live, is a hilarious yet tender look at the actress’ journey from the first time she she fell in love with improve (for the record, it was during her fourth grade performance of The Wizard of Oz) to fighting for the survival of Parks and Recreation.
Here’s what we learned about comedy’s fairy godmother:
Even Angelina Jolie would be jealous of Poehler’s… vagina.
When opening up about giving birth to her first son, Archibald, Poehler prefaced with an indisputable self-made proclamation about her anatomy. “I don’t consider myself beautiful or famous, but my vagina certainly is. Everyone knows this. I have the Angelina Jolie of vaginas. »
- Stacy Lambe
Brad Pitt On "Between Two Ferns"
“How old were you when you lost your virginity? Zero?” Galifianakis asked at the top of the infinitely awkward interview.
In true Between Two Ferns tradition, Galifianakis continued to ridicule his A-list guest, joking about how Pitt is overshadowed by his wife, mega star Angelina Jolie in this particularly funny exchange:
“Is it hard for you to maintain a suntan?”
“Because you live in your wife’s shadow.”
The interview wasn’t all funny quips. The short video also features gum swapping and a short stand-up by Louis C.K.
Of course, the most talked about moment of the interview occurred towards the end of the interview, »
Omg! Brad Pitt got grilled by Zach Galifianakis during an interview on Between Two Ferns and it's hilarious. Plus, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in jeopardy after June Shannon's alleged relationship with a convicted child molester is revealed. Check out the rest of Us Weekly's top stories from Thursday, Oct. 23, in the round-up below! Ha! Zach Galifianakis got at Brad Pitt about everything, including wife Angelina Jolie, during a hilarious sketch interview on Between Two Ferns. Watch it here! Yikes. TLC show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo [...] »
Commentators have noted that this year's Best Actor race is stacked with way more than five outstanding candidates. And they are right. But compared to Best Cinematography, Best Actor is positively paper thin. As usual, an embarrassment of riches is present in this category, which awards a film's director of photography (Dp). The cinematography branch is partial to gorgeous looking films, black-and-white films and war films. After years of resisting digital photography, the branch has also embraced 3D work this decade. Being a Best Picture nominee can also help immensely, but so can being a foreign-language film; the branch has an international eye like few others. In any particular year, most of the nominees tend to be returning contenders. Moreover, many first-time nominees (such as Philippe Le Sourde and Phedon Papamichael last year) tend to be veterans awaiting their first nomination. Having said that, there hasn't been a year with »
- Gerard Kennedy
Brad Pitt was on Zach Galifianakis show Between Two Ferns and was ribbed about his wife Angelina Jolie along with his ex wife Jennifer Aniston. Zach also told Brad he looks like ''Hitler's dream'' in the latest installment of his spoof chat show. The 'Hangover' star sat down with the 'Fury' actor for an episode of his Funny or Die program Between Two Ferns and their hilarious five-minute exchange saw Brad maintain a straight face while repeatedly insulted by the host. Introducing him as 'Bradley Pitts', Zach opened the interview by saying: how old were you when you lost your virginity? Zero? I can tell you about when I lost my virginity.'' Brad replied: ''I'd really not like to hear that.'' After then asking the hunky star why he ''doesn't take showers'', Zach then said: ''You play a lot of people that are Nazi haters, which is weird »
Just because Brad Pitt is in on the jokes doesn't make the latest “Between Two Ferns” interview any less awkward. The “Fury” star sat down with Zach Galifianakis to discuss his new movie but the conversation soon turned into one about his personal life. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Bryan Cranston, Kate Hudson, and President Obama “Is it hard for you to maintain a suntan?” Galifianakis asked Pitt, “Because you live in your wife's shadow.” Pitt, who married actress Angelina Jolie in August, maintained his composure and allowed Galifianakis to take a second strike at him. »
- Ryan O'Connell
President Obama was a good sport on Between Two Ferns. And so, too, is "Bradley Pitts." Or so Brad Pitt is mis-introduced by Zach Galifianakis on the Funny or Die Web show in a hilarious new episode released Thursday. Pretending to be the dumbest talk-show host alive, Galifianakis is known for being brutally deadpan with his guests. And Pitt gets a hail of abuse right from the start - on-screen text identifies him as "Bard Pit," star of "12 Years a Salve," and the first question he's asked is about when he lost his virginity. Galifianakis goes on to ask Pitt, »
- Tim Nudd, @nudd
The last time Zach Galifianakis broke out his deadpan zingers, he was slinging them at the President of the United States. Now he’s back to “interviewing dumb actors,” in this case Brad Pitt, but we can live with the step down. The Birdman actor interviewed Pitt about living in Angelina Jolie’s shadow, asking if he could borrow his sperm, at what young age he lost his virginity and when his new movie Furry Fury comes out.
Seriously, just watch it:
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- Brian Welk
Warning: Some Nsfw language in the video above. Zach Galifianakis is back in another hilarious episode of "Between Two Ferns" -- this time, he's sitting down with "dumb actor" Brad Pitt.And while the segment is always awkward, it went to a whole new level when the "Hangover" star brought up Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie ... in the same sentence!"Is it hard for you to maintain a sun tan? Because you live in your wife's shadow," Zach joked. "I had a romantic fling that was public and it got on my nerves because she out-shined me."Photos: See Pics from Brad & Angelina's Gorgeous Wedding"Tell me about the first time you saw Angelina ... was it like when Ross first saw Rachel?" he then said, directly referring to Pitt's ex-wife's "Friends" character. He then played some of the show's theme song.Watch the video for Brad's reaction!At one point during the segment, »
- tooFab Staff
The only thing better than knowing that Brad Pitt is going to be in a film, is getting to see him talk about being in said movie. We got to hear from the Fury star on the red carpet. Angelina Jolie's better half got candid on how fatherhood has been treating him lately, and he revealed some surprising facts you may not have known before. Plus, you'll meet possibly the only human who has never heard of Brad Pitt . . . and it's kind of awesome. »
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