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If Zac Efron and his girlfriend's inseparable antics aren't cute enough, their co-ordinated outfits are! The actor, 27, and girlfriend Sami Miró stepped out for a date night in Los Angeles on Friday, attending a Lakers game with an "all-black everything" attitude - and a touch of white with Converse sneakers. While Miró accented her black strappy top and skinny jeans with a cropped red tartan jacket, Efron added a bold accent of his own - a new mustache! Could the fuzzy facial-hair caterpillar just be something Efron cultivated for a role on Hit Record on TV? Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who's hosting the Pivot TV show, »
- Nicole Sands
Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we now have a new photo from "The Walk," which is directed by Robert Zemeckis (Flight, Forrest Gump, Cast Away) and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Check it out below. The new movie tells the story of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit's walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center on August 7th, 1974. The dangerous walk, called the "artistic crime of the century," was explored in the award-winning "Man on Wire" documentary. Much of the movie will be about how Petit managed with a small group of relatives and his girlfriend to carefully plan the walk, sneaking up to the top of the Towers at night. They hid until late evening when they strung a 450-pound cable from one building to the other. Petit then stepped off the South Tower for a 45-minute walk to the North Tower. The majority of the film plays like "Ocean's Eleven, »
As we enter the final stretch of 2014, don’t miss these opportunities to make your acting dreams come true! Here are five auditions that might fit your holiday plans perfectly. “Elove (A Musical.Com/Edy)”This clever new musical “tells the story of two singles, Carol, the restaurant hostess, and Frank the bookeeper,” who seek love and enlightenment on the Internet, says Western Star Productions. The Allentown, Penn.-based company will rehearse in January, with performances at the Pines Dinner Theatre running Jan. 16–March 8. Seth Rogen & Joseph Gordon-levitt’S “Untitled Xmas Project”SAG-aftra men and women are invited to audition for Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s untitled feature film, which will shoot in early January in NYC. The filmmakers are looking to cast a “Victorian choral group with Victorian/Dickens attire.” New Media PRODUCTIONSNew Media Comedy (Nmc) is seeking a long list of men and women, old and young, »
Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Entertainment Weekly has released several new images from upcoming 2015 releases including the likes of some artwork from Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens as seen directly above as well as pics from Ted 2, The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Furious 7, Jurassic World and many more. Full disclosure, just from looking at these pictures I wouldn't have been able to figure out what some of them are from, but lucky for you this isn't a "Guess the Movies" installment. Here's a look at several of the new pictures along with a little commentary of my own over the course of the next couple pages. I would have guessed this first picture below was for a Baby Mama sequel I didn't yet know existed -- in which case I'd have yelled, "Whoop whoop!" -- but alas, it's for a film called Sisters (previously known as The Nest »
- Jordan Benesh
Captain America: The Winter Soldier star Anthony Mackie is joining forces with Dear White People director Justin Simien for the upcoming comedy Make A Wish. Paramount Pictures has acquired the script by first-time writer Zach Frenkel, which made the 2013 Black List. Anthony Mackie is also attached to executive produce, alongside Jason Newman and Jason Weinberg.
The story centers on pro football player Butchie Jones (Anthony Mackie), who grants the final wish of a young 14-year-old who worships the athlete. The wish proves to be quite difficult, since the youngster's last request is to lose his virginity. The young boy has yet to be cast at this time, and it isn't known when production will get under way. Robert Teitel (Faster) is producing alongside Jason Spire.
Exclusive: Paramount Pictures has acquired a spec package with Captain America star Anthony Mackie, Dear White People helmer Justin Simien and the 2013 Black List comedy script Make A Wish at its center. The studio has acquired the script by first-timer Zach Frankel as a star vehicle for Mackie, directed by Simien, whose Sundance prize-winning film got Independent Spirit and Gotham Award nominations for Best Director. Robert Teitel and Jason Spire will produce it and Mackie will be executive producer along with Jason Newman and Jason Weinberg.
Mackie will play Butchie Jones, a football star who wants to grant the final wish of a dying 14-year-old who adores the gridironer. It’s not an easy wish, though; the kid wants the football star to help him score before he died. And I don’t mean carry the pigskin into the end zone. Mackie certainly has worked his way to the top »
- Mike Fleming Jr
There is good reason to be getting very excited for the film adaptation of Sandman that is currently in development. Jack Thorne is writing a script under the supervision of David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and this is the closest that anybody has ever come to getting Neil Gaiman’s beloved 1989 graphic novel onto the screen. Many have tried, and many have failed – some scuppered by Gaiman himself, in his quest to prevent the production of versions of his work that he felt were below par. This time, however, it seems the creator himself is being kept at the centre of the endeavour – as he explained to the Radio Times.
“I’m just happy that no bad Sandman movie has ever been made. But I’m really hoping that a good one will be. They’re a good team. And with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in charge, his instincts are good and he loves the material. »
- Sarah Myles
Zac Efron and his girlfriend, Sami Miró, stepped out together in La on Wednesday. The couple was joined by their newly adopted puppy, who Zac carried in his arms as they made their way down the street. We last spotted the trio out and about over Thanksgiving weekend bringing their adorable little guy to a local pet store. In addition to spending time with his model girlfriend, who he's been dating since September, Zac was also sporting a new mustache. The facial hair could be connected to a project he's working on with Joseph Gordon-Levitt; the Don Jon star shared a photo of himself, along with Zac and director Evan Goldberg, while filming something for his production company HitRECord. Keep reading for more photos of Zac, Sami, and their furry friend, and check out more of the new celebrity couples that came on the scene this year. »
Neil Gaiman Wants Benedict Cumberbatch or Tom Hiddleton to Play Sandman. Neil Gaiman has been busy with the film adaptation of his comic series The Sandman alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and David Goyer. With casting yet to be announced, the author has some suggestions. Speaking with RadioTimes, [...]
- Mufsin Mahbub
Last we heard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt was set to star as Morpheus in the big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, though a recent interview with Gaiman suggests otherwise. Read on for his thoughts on who he’d like to see tackle… Continue Reading →
The post Neil Gaiman Hand Selects Potential Stars of Sandman Adaptation appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
Who’s due for at least one NCIS encore? Will Arrow‘s Sara be back with a dramatic bang? Why is Gotham turning into a literal circus? Will Rumple‘s hostages be released? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
I missed seeing Dinozzo Sr. during NCIS‘ holiday episodes. Will he be back at all this season? –Diane
You have great timing, because when I asked showrunner Gary Glasberg about it the other day, he and the writers happened to be in the process of breaking the episode that brings Tony’s dad back for another encore, »
Neil Gaiman's Sandman series has been one of the film projects most desired by fans for years. It finally looks to be closer to happening than ever with Joseph Gordon-Levitt developing the film at Warner Bros. Comic creator Neil Gaiman has been involved in the project and is expecting to see the latest draft of the screenplay soon, so it is likely only a matter of time before we are talking casting. While Gordon-Levitt has not committed to starring in the film, some have seen him as a »
- Alex Maidy
After years of wallowing in believed-unfilmable development hell, Neil Gaiman’s Sandman appears to be creeping closer to actually hitting screens in the hands of David S. Goyer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and The Fades’ Jack Thorne. But just who should play the iconic central figure, Morpheus? According to Gaiman, Tom Hiddleston could be a good shout.While the author – who is also a producer on the film – seriously considered Benedict “ubiquitous” Cumberbatch, the actor is a little busy conquering every genre role under the sun, including Marvel’s Doctor Strange. "It's a funny thing with Morpheus, says Gaiman. “Again, it's that thing where you look around and think, 'Yes, this person would be a fantastic person', and then time passes. There was a time Johnny Depp would've been a great Morpheus, but now he's too old and it's fine. I think the first time I saw Benedict was as Sherlock Holmes, »
As Warner Bros., David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt continue to chip away at development on the long-awaited Sandman movie, creator Neil Gaiman has shared his thoughts on who he’d like to play the lead character of Dream, a.k.a. Morpheus.
“It’s a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it’s that thing where you look around and think, ‘Yes this person would be a fantastic person’, and then time passes,” Gaiman tells The Radio Times. “There was a time Johnny Depp would’ve been a great Morpheus, but now he’s too old and it’s fine. I think the first time I saw Benedict Cumberbatch was as Sherlock Holmes, I thought, ‘wow, that’s incredibly Morpheus’. And fans probably thought the same because they immediately started doing fan-art, meshing the two of them up. Then again, Tom Hiddleston is still out there! And the truth is, »
- Gary Collinson
Update: Neil Gaiman has tweeted that it was a joke. Harrumph!
It's not true. It was a joke in an interview I'm afraid Rt @PickleAM: Please oh please let it be true that @twhiddleston will play Morpheus!
- Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) December 17, 2014
There's been talk of a big-screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" for years, but it seems that things are finally kicking into gear. David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are working on a script, with Jgl set to direct and star, but it seems that the prolific author has his own suggestions about who should play Morpheus.
Gaiman told RadioTimes.com, "It's a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it's that thing where you look around and think, 'Yes, this person would be a fantastic person', and then time passes. There was a time Johnny Depp would've been a great Morpheus, but now he's too old and it's fine. »
- Jenni Miller
There's not been much word of late on the upcoming film of Neil Gaiman's Sandman. What we know thus far is that Jack Thorne has been working on a screenplay, following work by David S Goyer. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, meanwhile, is producing, although it remains unknown if he'll also direct and/or star in the film.
Neil Gaiman has been actively involved in the adaptation, though, and he's given a new interview where he's revealed that "they've written a script".
He said that "I got a phone call about two, three weeks ago from Joe and David saying 'Jack did a script, we read it, we want some things done to it. We want you to see it, but not this version'".
As such, Gaiman said, "I am now a week before seeing the script. »
Neil Gaiman's Sandman series of graphic novels is one of the last great culturally influential comic series yet to hit the big screen, but not through a lack of trying. Still in development, a Sandman movie seems to be edging closer with Gaiman, David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt all working on the adaptation, and Gaiman, at least, has picked out who he wants to play the central character Morpheus. "It's a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it's that thing where you look around and think, 'Yes, this person would be a fantastic person', and then time passes," Gaiman told
- Abid Rahman
Neil Gaiman's Sandman was first published by Vertigo back in 1989 and apparently he's spent the years since imagining who would be the right actor to play his lead character, Morpheus, in a film adaptation. Some names have come and gone, and some are no longer available, but he does now have one particular actor in mind for the version that is currently in development: Tom Hiddleston. Gaiman recently revealed his thoughts about the Thor star to Radio Times, speaking about the Sandman film that is currently in development at Warner Bros. with Man of Steel screenwriter David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt attached to produce. But while Hiddleston was the name that he ultimately highlighted as a choice pick, it was only after noting another big star who could have been perfect. The famed author noted that he has had many thoughts on the subject over the years, and »
Exactly one year ago today, it was announced that Neil Gaiman's beloved comic book series Sandman is coming to life on the big screen, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt attached to produced, direct and star as Morpheus, the personification of dreams. The actor later admitted in January that he is only attached to produce, although he still may direct and star, but we haven't heard anything regarding casting since then. During an interview with Radio Times, Neil Gaiman revealed that his current favorite for the Morpheus role is Tom Hiddleston. He also added that Johnny Depp was at one time his favorite for the role, while admitting that Benedict Cumberbatch was perfect for the role, but he is likely no longer available since he is now confirmed to play Marvel's Doctor Strange.
"It's a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it's that thing where you look around and think, 'Yes this person »
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, David Goyer, Jack Thorne, and Neil Gaiman have been hard at work trying to get a script completed for a big screen adaptation of Sandman. Gordon-Levitt, who has been rumored in the past to be starring in the film, was also in negotiations to direct the film. Gaiman seems to have a different vision of who should be cast in the role of Morpheus, though.
In an interview with the Radio Times, the writer says that after seeing Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock he started to like him for the role. He acknowledges the fact that his casting is very unlikely to happen since Cumberbatch is playing Doctor Strange for Marvel. He then mentions that Tom Hiddleston could be a possibility. You can read his quote below, in which Gaiman reveals that he'll be reading the most up-to-date version of the script over Christmas.
"There was a time Johnny Depp »
- Joey Paur
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