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This fall marks the 10th anniversary of Lost‘s premiere back in 2004. That’s right, even though it seems like it was just yesterday when we were all wondering what the heck was in the hatch, it’s actually been a decade. In honor of Lost‘s 10 year anniversary (which was actually back in September, but hey, two months doesn’t really count, does it?), we decided to take a look what the most important members of the Lost cast, the actors who were instrumental in making this game-changing series so memorable, are doing today. Matthew Fox (Jack Shephard) Arguably the star of the Lost cast (if you could really put any member of the cast above the other since it was such an ensemble show), Matthew Fox, who played Jack Shephard on the series, was most recently seen in Alex Cross and World War Z. He has two films, »
- Chris King
Just above is your first look at Kurt Russell in Bone Tomahawk, a brutally violent, character-driven story following a sheriff (Russell), a gunslinger, a befuddled oldster and a cowboy as they attempt to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes. The film co-stars Richard Jenkins, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, David Arquette, Fred Melamed, Sean Young, Sid Haig and Michael Pare. Showtime will be joining HBO and CBS and launching a streaming-only service sometime in 2015. Yahoo David Chase says he's open to the idea of a prequel to "The Sopranos": "Even if I did it, it wouldn't be 'The Sopranos' that was on the air - obviously at least one person is gone that we would need. There are a couple of eras that would be interesting for me to talk about, about Newark, N.J. One would be (the) late '60s, early '70s, »
- Brad Brevet
Though we're pumped to see Kurt Russell in Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, we'll get to see the Escape from New York and Death Proof star saddle up in another western too. Russell is the star of Bone Tomahawk, which in addition to being one of the coolest movie titles ever, will tell the story of a sheriff who sets out to rescue a group of captives from a band of wild cannibals. And sweetening the deal is the presence of Richard Jenkins, Patrick Wilson and Matthew Fox in the cast too. Now if you're not excited at that premise, then you should check out the first look photo showing off Russell and his jowls. Here's our first look at S. Craig Zahler's Bone Tomahawk from Entertainment Weekly: S. Craig Zahler wrote the script and is directing the film for his feature debut, and it sounds like the »
- Ethan Anderton
Exclusive: Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller’s Caliber Media has quietly phased out the majority of its management business and closed its Wilshire Boulevard office as the company and its principals shift focus almost completely toward production. The transition began late this summer, when Caliber’s clients and small staff got word of the impending changeover, and Sonnier and Heller started making calls to help their managers find new homes. Word started circulating in recent weeks as Caliber reps started landing elsewhere around town.
Now headquartered in its New York City office and postproduction hub, the company established in 2008 will focus primarily on producing and financing features like the upcoming horror-Western Bone Tomahawk, starring Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins. Sonnier and Heller are producers on the project, which recently wrapped production in California.
- Jen Yamato
Bone Tomahawk: The first photo from Bone Tomahawk has been released, showcasing Kurt Russell in his first Western since 1993's Tombstone. Russell stars as a sheriff who "sets out to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes." Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins are featured as fellow rescuers. The movie is aiming for release in the fall of 2015. [EW.com] Steve Jobs: It was exciting to hear news that Christian Bale (above in American Hustle) and Seth Rogen might be starring together in the upcoming biopic about Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, but now comes word that "after much deliberation and conflicting feelings," Bale decided that he was "not right for the part." Leonardo DiCaprio previously passed...
- Peter Martin
A bunch of first look photos have gone online in the past day or so. First up, EW has posted a shot of Kurt Russell in the gruesome western "Bone Tomahawk," his first effort in the genre since the 1993 classic "Tombstone".
S. Craig Zahler's film has Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, and Richard Jenkins playing characters who set out to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes. A late 2015 release is planned.
Next up, Kevin Smith has posted the first promotional still from his "Tusk" follow-up "Yoga Hosers". Smith and Johnny Depp's 15-year-old daughters Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp star in the project.
The pair play two teenage yoga nuts and convenience store clerks who join forces with a legendary Montreal hunter (Depp) to fight an ancient evil rising in Manitoba.
Next up, a group of fifteen contest winners got to pose with »
- Garth Franklin
Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we now have the first photo of Kurt Russell in "Bone Tomahawk," the actor's first return to the Western genre since the 1993 film "Tombstone." Check out the photo below. Plot: The story centers on the sheriff (Russell) of a town called Bright Hope, who leads three other men (Richard Jenkins, Matthew Fox and Patrick Wilson) on a rescue mission to save a group of captives from a tribe of vicious cannibals. "Bone Tomahawk," which is directed by newcomer S. Craig Zahler, will be presented to buyers at Afm this month with plans of releasing the film either in the fall or winter of 2015. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
Kurt Russell is back in "Western" mode, but with a horror-ish twist, in Bone Tomahawk starring Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Richard Jenkins, David Arquette, Lili Simmons and genre vet Sid Haig. The first image of Russell has hit the web, courtesy of EW, revealing that shooting is now underway on the film.
In Bone Tomahawk, four men attempt to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes that live beyond the edge of civilization. Newcomer S. Craig Zahler directs from a script he penned.
- Ryan Turek
The story centers on the sheriff (Kurt Russell) of a town called Bright Hope, who leads three other men (Richard Jenkins, Matthew Fox and Patrick Wilson) on a rescue mission to save a group of captives from a tribe of vicious cannibals. The cast also includes Lili Simmons, Evan Jonigkeit, Kathryn Morris, David Arquette and Sean Young.
Patrick Wilson revealed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that he was drawn to the project not only because of the script by writer-director S. Craig Zahler (The Brigands of Rattleborge), but also for the opportunity to work with Kurt Russell.
The first Bone Tomahawk image has arrived, giving us our first look at actor Kurt Russell in a Western since 1993’s Tombstone. Russell leads the film as a sheriff who, along with a few other folks, attempts to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes that live beyond the edge of civilization. The feature marks the debut of director S. Craig Zahler, and he’s put together a really solid ensemble cast that includes Richard Jenkins, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Sean Young, David Arquette, Lili Simmons, and Fred Melamed. Production on the feature just wrapped and it is expected to hit theaters late next year. Check out the first Bone Tomahawk image after the jump, but beware: you will be mighty envious of Russell’s glorious facial hair. Via EW.
- Adam Chitwood
In the very first image from cannibal western Bone Tomahawk, Kurt Russell is doing exactly what you’d expect – being damn cool. For first time director S. Craig Zahler’s dusty horror yarn, Russell plays Sheriff Franklin Hunt, who heads up what’s been described as a brutally-violent tale. There’s little doubt about the violence, at least judging by today’s picture debut, which showcases Hunt atop his trusty steed with a rifle strapped on. You know, just in case.
Over the course of the film, Russell leads a group of four men played by Matthew Fox, Patrick Wilson and Richard Jenkins. The story follows the group as they venture across the plains to rescue a handful of captives who’ve been kidnapped by a bunch of nomadic cannibals. It’s based on an original screenplay by director-writer Zahler, and one that’s garnered an equally impressive supporting roster. »
- Gem Seddon
The last time Kurt Russell signed on to appear in a Western the result was 1993's Tombstone, a film which over time has acquired the reputation as a bona fide classic of the genre as well as one of the movies most quoted whenever poker players get together. ("I'm your huckleberry.") So it's hard not to get pretty rootin'-tootin' excited about the news that, 21 years on, the Escape from New York star has once again saddled up for the just-wrapped Western, Bone Tomahawk. Written and directed by first-time filmmaker S. Craig Zahler, the movie stars Russell as a sheriff who »
- Clark Collis
Exclusive: Company to co-sell the title with Wild Bunch in Santa Monica.
The company has already sent out the script to the distributors of Audiard’s last film Rust and Bone, who have until the Afm to make an offer and sign a deal.
Lili Simmons, David Arquette, Sid Haig, Kathryn Morris and Evan Jonigkeit have joined the cast of writer-director S. Craig Zahler’s Bone Tomahawk. Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins star in the brutal tale of four men attempting to rescue captives from a band of cannibals who live on the edge of civilization. Simmons (True Detective) will play Samantha O’Dwyer, the de facto town doctor and dedicated wife Wilson’s character. Arquette (the Scream films) and Haig (The Devil’s Rejects) play a couple of filthy brigands whose actions set off a string of violent repercussions. Morris (Cold Case) will play the wife of Russell’s Sheriff Hunt, and Jonigkeit (Girls) will play a young deputy sheriff. Caliber Media’s Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller are producing the film.
- The Deadline Team
Less than a week after Matthew Fox and Patrick Wilson joined the cast of Caliber Media's Western Bone Tomahawk, the production has added Lili Simmons (True Detective), Evan Jonigkeit (Girls), Kathryn Morris (Cold Case) and horror veterans David Arquette and Sid Haig.
The plot follows four men who set off on a mission to save a group of captives from a tribe of cannibals who live on the edge of civilization. Kurt Russell and Richard Jenkins are also confirmed to star alongside Matthew Fox, Patrick Wilson and these new additions to the cast.
Lili Simmons is playing a doctor in the town of Bright Hope, who is the "de facto wife" of Patrick Wilson's character. Kathryn Morris is portraying the wife of Kurt Russell's character, the Bright Hope sheriff, with Evan Jonigkeit playing a young deputy. David Arquette and Sid Haig are playing, "a couple of filthy brigands »
Lili Simmons (True Detective) and David Arquette (Scream) have joined the cast of the "ultraviolent" Western Bone Tomahawk. Kathryn Morris (Cold Case), Evan Jonigkeit (Girls), Sean Young (Blade Runner), and Sid Haig (The Devil's Rejects) will also appear in this movie from novelist-turned-filmmaker S. Craig Zahler, alongside previously announced actors Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, and Richard Jenkins. According to the official synopsis, Bone Tomahawk concerns four men who "attempt to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes that live beyond the edge of civilization." And if the combination of the words "Kurt," "Russell," "cannibalistic, »
- Clark Collis
The story follows a group of friends holidaying on an island destination who try a new designer drug that makes them lose their ability to control their urges. Brosnan will play the creator and distributor of the narcotic. [Source: Deadline]
Meghan Ory, Jesse Metcalfe and Virginia Madsen will join the previously announced Dennis Haysbert in Zach Lipovsky's feature length "Dead Rising: Watchtower," an adaptation of the "Dead Rising" videogame franchise from Legendary Digital Media and Crackle. Filming begins September 30th in Vancouver.
Tim Carter penned the script that revolves around a zombie outbreak, and the pursuit of the root of the epidemic when a government vaccine fails to stop the infection. The project is Legendary's first »
- Garth Franklin
After a lengthy stint on pause, production on cannibal western Bone Tomahawk is moving forward. Just last week the long-gestating directorial debut of S. Craig Zahler added three new names to its call sheet, as Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins and Matthew Fox all signed onto the Calibre Media project. Now we can reveal that another handful of actors have come aboard.
Lili Simmons (True Detective), Scream veteran David Arquette, Sean Young (Blade Runner), Sid Haig (The Devil’s Rejects), Evan Jonigkeit (Girls) and Kathryn Morris (Cold Case) have all joined the movie. The story revolves around four men who venture out into the wilderness to rescue a bunch of captives being held by a tribe of nomadic cannibals. Leading the group will be Kurt Russell as chief law enforcer, Sheriff Hunt.
Simmons is set to take on the female lead as Samantha O’Dwyer, the de facto doctor of Bright »
- Gem Seddon
S Craig Zahler will direct from his screenplay about four men who attempt to rescue a group of captives from cannibalistic cave-dwellers.
Caliber Media partners Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller will produce and arranged the majority of the financing through a deal with The Fyzz Facility’s Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones and David Gilbery, who will serve as executive producers. »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
Last week we brought you the news that Bone Tomahawk had swapped out some of its cast, adding Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins and Matthew Fox to the fold. Now the Kurt Russell starring western (written and directed by novelist S. Craig Zahler) has made some significant additions to the cast. Sean Young, Lili Simmons (True Detective), David Arquette, Sid Haig, Evan Jonigkeit (Girls), Kathryn Morris (Cold Case) have joined the film. The movie actually started shooting today outside Los Angeles and will be produced by Caliber Media's Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller. In the film, four men attempt to rescue a group of captives from a band of cannibalistic troglodytes that live beyond the edge of civilization. Hit the jump for more on the new Bone Tomahawk casting. Per the press release, Simmons will play “Samantha O’Dwyer”, the de facto doctor of Bright Hope and the dedicated wife to »
- Evan Dickson
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