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That Loki is impressive as hell. Tom Hiddleston was on "The Graham Norton Show" alongside Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, and Kenneth Branagh -- what a great lineup! -- and the conversation turned to impressions.
Tom Hiddleston stole the show, and started his mimic-fest by doing an impression of Owen Wilson from "Midnight in Paris." Tom said he's been made to do impressions of his "Avengers" co-stars, and admitted a Christopher Walken impression is easy ... but pretty much irresistible, so he did that too. Then he braved a De Niro impression, on the same couch as De Niro.
Tom said he's memorized pages of the "Heat" script and re-enacted a scene, acknowledging that De Niro would be familiar with it, since he was there, shooting the 1995 scene with Al Pacino. It's kind of hilarious to see Tom explain the scene as if he is the expert, but he's self-deprecating about it and it's very charming, »
- Gina Carbone
Tom Hiddleston's best celebrity impressions reign continues.
Both performers were guests on the UK's "The Graham Norton Show" on Friday when host Graham asked Tom perform a few of his famed impressions.
Photos: Hot Shots Of Tom Hiddleston
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Perhaps you don't know this about Thor star Tom Hiddleston, but he's great at impersonating fellow celebrities. That should come as no shock after watching him fully transform into country legend Hank Williams in I Saw the Light. If he wasn't busy building a career as an Oscar-worthy actor, he might have a shot at being the next Rich Little. On the The Graham Norton Show he got to show off some of his skills. And he couldn't pass up the opportunity to break out one of his better routines, especially with the subject of his impersonation sitting on the couch beside him.
Tom Hiddleston and Robert De Niro appeared on the The Graham Norton Show couch together earlier this week. And in what could have been an awkward exchange, Tom Hiddleston broke out his own Bobby De Niro facial ticks and accents. And the whole thing is nothing short of amazing. »
Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way. Brad Anderson (1924-2015) - Cartoonist. His comic strip Marmaduke became a live-action talking dog movie in 2010 starring the voice of Owen Wilson. He died of congestive heart failure on August 30. [THR] William Becker (1927-2015) - Distributor. A former critic, he co-acquired Janus Films in 1965 and later became co-owner and president of The Criterion Collection, a position his son now holds. He died of kidney failure on September 12. [Nyt] Nancy Bernstein (1960-2015) ...
- Christopher Campbell
Robert De Niro appears to approve of Tom Hiddleston‘s impersonation of him. The “Thor” star, who will next be seen on the big screen in Guillermo del Toro‘s “Crimson Peak,” performed a re-enactment of his favorite scene between De Niro and Al Pacino in Michael Mann‘s 1995 crime drama “Heat” — and played both actors’ parts — while appearing on “The Graham Norton Show.” “It’s an expression of admiration, just to be clear,” Hiddleston said before cracking up the audience with his impressions, which also included Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken. Also Read: Robert De Niro Storms Out of 'Negative' Interview: 'I'm. »
- Greg Gilman
Whew, what a charmer that Loki is. Tom Hiddleston joined Kenneth Branagh and The Intern co-stars Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro on The Graham Norton Show, which became an opportune moment for the host to ask Hiddleston to bring out his canon of impressions, which include Christopher Walken, Owen Wilson, and, of course, Robert De Niro. Not only does Hiddleston do De Niro, but he reenacts De Niro's coffee-shop scene across from Al Pacino in Michael Mann's Heat. This is definitely why the British are taking all our jobs.And if that weren't enough, he also whips out a Graham Norton impression on the spot. »
- E. Alex Jung
This is the Pure Movies review of She's Funny That Way, directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starring Imogen Poots, Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Rhys Ifans and Will Forte. Reviewed by Dr. Garth Twa. Let’s not dwell on the bad stuff. It’s a good thing to share a planet with Peter Bogdanovich. He’s made it slightly better. He was an integral part of that bubble of filmmaking— late ‘60s, early ‘70s—when American films became an art form, comparable to great American novels, comparable to the redefinition of drama by the post-war playwrights. (Sort of like what cable television is doing now.) In the late 1960s the old, classic studios were moribund: anti-trust violations had decimated the monopolistic structure of Hollywood and television had hacked the audience in half almost overnight. Also, the studios were pretty much finished after the disintegration of the Star System, where studios outright »
- Dr. Garth Twa
Directors David Leitch and Chad Stahelski and screenwriter Derek Kolstad will also return for the follow-up which Summit Entertainment will distribute. The first film made $78 million at the worldwide box office from a $20 million budget. [Source: Thunder Road Films]
Ed Helms and Owen Wilson play brothers whose eccentric mother (Glenn Close) has fabricated the story that their father had died when they were young. They make it their mission to find their real father. [Source: Deadline]
Hollywood superlawyer Bert Fields has hit Warner Bros. Pictures with an $18 million and more breach of contract and »
- Garth Franklin
The veteran actor recently walked out of a Radio Times interview – if only he took the same approach to his recent run of dud films like The Intern
Be honest: how eagerly are you looking forward to The Intern? Imagine the possibilities: the plot of The Devil Wears Prada, but this time with Anne Hathaway in the Meryl Streep role, and – genius casting alert! – Robert De Niro in the junior position lately vacated by the over-promoted… Anne Hathaway! Or is The Intern just a lazy retread of The Internship, as its title alone certainly suggests? The “old guys” in The Internship, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, were just fortysomething flotsam left adrift by the tsunami-damage of the internet upon the world economy. They were still shy of midlife crisis time, still able to muster up a boner and not needing help to get off the toilet. De Niro’s character, »
- John Patterson
The long-delayed comedy “Bastards” has received a release date from Warner Bros.: Nov. 4, 2016.
The film marks the directorial debut of veteran cinematographer Larry Sher (“The Hangover”) and features an ensemble cast including Ed Helms, Owen Wilson, Ving Rhames, J.K. Simmons, Terry Bradshaw, Katt Williams and Glenn Close.
The R-rated comedy was written by Justin Malen and follows two brothers who were raised believing that their father died when they were young. They learn that he is alive and their mother confesses that she had many lovers during her wild youth at Studio 54. The brothers then set off in search of their father.
The film is being produced by Alcon Entertainment with the company’s Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove. They are partnered with the Montecito Picture Company’s Ivan Reitman, Tom Pollock and Ali Bell. Executive producers are Chris Fenton and Chris Cowles.
The film had previously been at Paramount. »
- James Rainey
Wilson and Helms play brothers whose eccentric and one-time wild party girl in the 1970s mother (Close) fabricates a story that their father died when they were young. When they find out the story is false, they set out to find their real father. [Source: Deadline]
Henry Thomas ("E.T.") and Lulu Wilson ("Deliver Us From Evil") have signed on to Mike Flanagan's upcoming sequel to the supernatural thriller "Ouija" for Universal, Blumhouse, Platinum Dunes and Hasbro.
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- Garth Franklin
Close will join Owen Wilson (Zoolander 2), Ed Helms (Vacation), J.K. Simmons (Whiplash) and Ving Rhames (Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation) in the comedy, which sees cinematographer Lawrence Sher (Garden State) making his directorial debut.
Bastards centres on two brothers (Wilson and Helms) “whose eccentric mother fabricates a story that their father died when they were young. When they find out the story is false, they make it their mission to find their real father.”
- Scott J. Davis
Some recent casting news you can use not previously published on this blog... - Ving Rhames and Katt Williams has joined Ed Helms, Owen Wilson, J.K. Simmons and Terry Bradshaw in Alcon Entertainment’s comedy “Bastards,” the directorial debut of cinematographer Larry Sher (the “Hangover” films), which will see Simmons and former pro football player Bradshaw, who will play himself, as potential father figures to Wilson and Helms’ characters, who are brothers whose eccentric mother raised them to believe their father died when they were young. When they find out it's a lie, they set out to find their real father. No word on what roles Rhames and Williams have signed up to »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Exclusive: Glenn Close is in final negotiations to join J.K. Simmons, Owen Wilson, Ed Helms, Terry Bradshaw and Ving Rhames in the comedy Bastards. The film, which marks the directorial debut of cinematographer Lawrence Sher, is about two brothers (Wilson and Helms) whose eccentric mother fabricates a story that their father died when they were young. When they find out the story is false, they make it their mission to find their real father. The Mrs. Reynolds role played… »
The legendary Peter Bogdanovich is back behind the camera for She’s Funny That Way, his first feature film in over a decade. A throwback to the screwball comedies of old, the flick focuses on a love triangle that forms “on the set of a playwright’s new project between his wife, her ex-lover, and the call girl-turned-actress cast in the production.”
With a star studded cast, that consists of Owen Wilson, Jennifer Anniston and Imogen Poots, and a handful of genuine laughs along the way, She’s Funny That Way is an energetic and entertaining film from Bogdanovich, one that shows us he’s still got what it takes to pull of slapstick comedy. It’s also a nice breath of fresh air amidst all the blockbusters that have been piling into theatres lately.
A couple of weeks back, at the film’s La press day, we had the »
- Jami Philbrick
Dowdle is writing the script with brother Drew Dowdle from the John Gilstrap book of the same name. Producers are MadRiver Pictures topper Marc Butan, Drew Dowdle, Sam Franco and Laura Bickford with Ed Fee executive producing.
Muse had been imprisoned for broadcasting from a pirate radio station that dissented against Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega. He was the first American rescued from prison by the U.S. Delta Force.
The Dowdle brothers wrote, directed and produced “No Escape,” starring Owen Wilson, Lake Bell and Pierce Brosnan. The siblings’ other credits include “As Above, So Below” for Legendary Pictures and Universal, “Devil” for Universal and “Quarantine” for Screen Gems.
- Dave McNary
You know the drill by now. A movie doesn’t even have to be super-beloved or crazy recognizable to earn an expansion to the TV series format. Now it’s Behind Enemy Lines getting the film-to-tv treatment, as the 2001 film, which originally starred Gene Hackman and Owen Wilson in relatively rare action/thriller mode, inspires a drama series that has […]
The post ‘Behind Enemy Lines’ Inspires a New TV Series appeared first on /Film. »
- Russ Fischer
Fox is so excited by its Minority Report TV series, that its moving forward with another small-screen reboot.
Behind Enemy Lines was partially based on the true-life story of a Us pilot (Wilson) shot down and captured by Bosnian government forces.
Fox's television remake will change the location to Latin America, where a military officer discovers a conspiracy involving his captured crew.
Behind Enemy Lines made more than $90 million at the box office upon its 2001 release, and spawned three direct-to-dvd sequels.
Watch a trailer for the movie below: »
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