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Earlier in the week, Daniel Craig opened up about his http://movieweb.com/spectre-daniel-craig-final-james-bond-movie/role as James Bond in the new 007 adventure Spectre. After blatantly calling the iconic character a misogynistic sexist, he ruminated on the idea that this could possibly be his last go at playing the secret agent. Of course, this caused a speculation storm, with fans from all over the world chiming in on who should be the next James Bond. Idris Elba seems to be at the top of everyone's most wanted list, even after one of the book authors had to apologize for calling him 'too street' for the role. Whether or not Idris Elba would ever seriously consider playing 007, he does have some imaginary competition in one of the most famous X-Men.
Yes, Hugh Jackman, who has played indestructible Mutant Wolverine in all 7 X-Men movies, is flirting with the idea of putting on that tux. »
The name.s Jackman. Hugh Jackman. But it very well could be "James Bond," if comments the Aussie actor made on the record recently come to fruition. Hugh Jackman is very busy preparing to once again play Wolverine in a sequel that he has determined will be his final turn as the mutant hero. Recently, during an interview with the Australian show The Program, Jackman was asked about one day taking over the mantle of legendary super spy 007, and the A-lister admitted: I.d seriously consider it." Jackman wasn.t just blowing smoke. In the same interview, he revealed that he was approached by the producers of the James Bond series before they went with Daniel Craig, and that he passed on the role because he was prepping to . you guessed it . once again play Wolverine (his signature role). Jackman says that it was extremely difficult passing up on the »
An affectless teenager’s life is turned around when he encounters his leukaemia-stricken neighbour
The title serves as fair notice: here’s another Sundance-approved pseudo indie reconstituted from equal parts quirk and fluff. Whatever insight resided in Jesse Andrews’ Ya novel – about an affectless teen film buff (Thomas Mann) renewed via encounters with his leukaemia-stricken neighbour (Olivia Cooke) – director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon doodles over with nerdy movie mock-ups, sensitive Eno soundscapes, and talking Hugh Jackman posters tacked to wallpaper intended, at the last, to signify personal growth.
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- Mike McCahill
Back in July, Hugh Jackman asked fans what they’d like to see in his upcoming X-Men swansong Wolverine 3, revealing the following month that there was plenty of support for Logan’s arch-enemy Sabretooth returning to the screen.
This prompted Liev Schreiber, who portrayed the character of Victor Creed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, to tweet “do I have to do that…” in response to Jackman, leading some fans to assume that he’d be back for the 2017 movie.
Well, appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Schreiber was asked about his tweet, and whether it meant he’ll be reuniting with Jackman for the film.
“People have surmised that from my tweet, but I wasn’t. I was really just saying is that something I have to do as I get older. Is that how I approach middle age? Like that… What I heard was… I don’t know if I’m invited, »
- Gary Collinson
Liev Schrieber says he would be up for reprising his role of Sabretooth from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Schreiber appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon earlier on this week, and commented that while he is not yet involved with the last Hugh Jackman Wolverine movie [The Wolverine 3], he may be up for it.
Well what I heard was, I mean I don’t know if I’m invited, I heard that the storyline is Old Man Logan, and when I heard that I thought ‘well, you know, there’s Old Man Logan, there could be Old Man Sabretooth.’
Hang on Liev; ‘Origins’ was only 2009 – you’re not that old dude. Schreiber’s Sabretooth was the best thing about the dire, CGI-heavy disaster that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which was directed by Gavin Hood, and I know that the fans would dig a return of his character, aka Victor Creed.
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- Paul Heath
Hugh Jackman has revealed he would “seriously consider” playing the world’s suavest spy, James Bond, if asked.
The actor said he was approached for the role about 10 years ago, just before Daniel Craig was chosen to play Bond, but the timing was wrong.
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- Staff and agencies
As Hugh Jackman's final film as Wolverine moves ever closer, one of his most formidable foes has let it be known that he would be down for the chance to go claw-to-claw with Logan one last time. Liev Schreiber, who portrayed Victor Creed/Sabretooth in X-men Origins: Wolverine, appeared on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon recently and was asked whether fans could expect a... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
As the days get darker and the cold winds of Autumn approach, it’s time to look ahead at the upcoming movies set to hit cinemas this Fall.
The huge slate includes the return of the Jedis, the rebirth of Frankenstein and a new age of Good Dinosaurs. These movies will take audiences to a Galaxy Far, Far Away, on a voyage to Mars and to the summit of the world’s highest mountain, Everest.
Here’s our list of the 2015 Fall movies that we can’t wait to see!
The Visit (Sept 11)
Writer/director/producer M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs, Unbreakable) and producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge and Insidious series) welcome you to Universal Pictures’ The Visit. Shyamalan returns to his roots with the terrifying story of a brother and sister who are sent to their grandparents’ remote Pennsylvania farm for a weeklong trip. »
- Movie Geeks
A little earlier this year, Hugh Jackman took to Twitter to ask fans what they want to see in the next Wolverine movie, and unsurprisingly, Liev Schreiber’s Sabretooth was one of the most popular suggestions. Since then, the two actors shared an interesting exchange on Twitter which appeared to indicate that the Ray Donovan star
The post Liev Schreiber Teases a Possible Return as Sabretooth in the Next Wolverine Movie appeared first on HeyUGuys. »
- Josh Wilding
Back in July, Hugh Jackman posted teaser artwork for his highly-anticipated sequel Wolverine 3, while asking fans what they would like to see in his final Wolverine movie. During an interview last month, the actor revealed that several fans asked for the sequel to bring back Victor Creed, a.k.a. Sabretooth, who was most recently played by Liev Schreiber in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Liev Schreiber appeared on last night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he revealed that he would like to come back for Wolverine 3, possibly as "Old Man Sabretooth."
"I don't know if I'm invited, but what I heard was that the storyline is Old Man Logan. And when I heard that, I thought, 'Well, you know... there's Old Man Logan, there could be Old Man Sabretooth.'"
The Old Man Logan comic book story has been rumored as the basis for Wolverine 3 for quite some time, »
Liev Schreiber has been planning a storyline for his character Sabretooth in Wolverine 3 - providing he's asked back.
Chatting to Jimmy Fallon yesterday (September 1), he said he could imagine his character and arch nemesis Wolverine as old men having a fight with their walking frames.
"Well, what I heard was... I don't know if I'm invited," said Schreiber. "But I heard that the storyline is Old Man Logan.
"And when I heard that, I thought, 'Well, you know there's Old Man Logan, there could be Old Man Sabretooth'."
Sir Patrick Stewart recently revealed to us that he would be back for the new film as a "different version" of Charles Xavier.
Wolverine 3 is scheduled for release in March 2017. »
Will he or won.t he? Will Liev Schreiber.s Sabretooth make a reprisal in Hugh Jackman.s last Wolverine movie after debuting in X-Men Origins? A tweet from the actor seemed to suggest that he would be, but now it seems we all were reading too much into it. Schreiber recently hit up The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to clear up the matter. When the late-night talkshow host first brought up the subject, the actor clarified, People have surmised that from my tweet, but I wasn.t. I was really just saying is that something I have to do as I get older. Is that how I approach middle age? Like that. In mid-August, Jackman posted a photo on Twitter of himself bulking up at the gym, which seemed to indicate he was preparing for his last stint as Wolverine. Schreiber then responded by tweeting, "do I have »
Liev Schreiber doesn’t know if he’s invited to reprise his role as Sabretooth in the next “Wolverine” movie, but he thinks there might be a possibility now that the storyline is Old Man Logan. The “Ray Donovan” star dropped by Jimmy Fallon‘s “Tonight Show” on Wednesday and addressed speculation he may return. “I don’t know if I’m invited,” Schreiber said. “But I heard that the storyline is Old Man Logan. And when I heard that, I thought, ‘Well, you know there’s Old Man Logan, there could be Old Man Sabretooth.'” Also Read: Hugh Jackman »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Recently, Jackman took to Twitter to post an image of himself in training for the role, and his Origins co-star Liev Schreiber replied in such a way that seemed to suggest he may also be returning as Victor Creed/Sabertooth. Of course, the internet pretty much decided it was a done deal after that, but fans might be in for some disappointment.
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While chatting to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, the Ray Donovan actor suggested that the Tweet was misinterpreted, and that he was simply commenting on keeping up with Jackman’s exercise regime as he too approaches middle age. But, when asked if he’d be interested in reprising the role, he added the following:
- Mark Cassidy
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Happy birthday, Salma Hayek! "The Prophet" star was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday night, and as she was on the air it went past midnight, so it was her birthday, September 2. (We should all look that good at 49.) Salma said one time she got a great birthday present from Antonio Banderas when they were filming "Desperado." She had bonded with two monkeys, who were cut from the film, and she was devastated when they were gone. The next day was her birthday and Antonio got the monkeys for her. One of the monkeys ended up falling in love with her and created a bit of a love triangle. Great »
- Gina Carbone
As you've most likely heard by now, the currently untitled Wolverine sequel (which many have taken to calling The Wolverine 3) will be Australian actor Hugh Jackman's last time playing the feisty mutant. After seventeen years playing James Howlett/Logan/The Wolverine, Jackman has decided it's time to retire from the role, leaving many fans excited to see what big plans that Fox has in store for their arguably most recognisable mutant. Naturally, this has caused mass speculation, with a popular theory being that the film will be some sort of adaptation of the beloved Old Man Logan storyline by Mark Millar, and that Liev Schreiber will reprise his role as Victor Creed/Sabretooth from the disappointing X-Men Origins: Wolverine. You may also recall that, in this August just passed, Jackman tweeted a photo of himself working out for the role, with the caption "Let's do this! [Who's] with me!?", to »
30. Lady Snowblood Part 1 and Part 2
While American comic books have struggled for legitimacy as adult entertainment for decades, their Japanese counterparts have long enjoyed acceptance as legitimate elements of mainstream culture. So while the American comic book movie only properly took off in the last fifteen years, jidaigeki adaptations of popular manga have been a staple of Japanese pulp cinema since the early 1970s. The best of these remains Lady Snowblood, director Toshiya Fujita’s two part revenge opera of a woman checking off a kill list of the gangsters who killed her family and left her for dead. Any familiarity to Kill Bill is entirely intentional, with multiple visuals, soundtrack elements and plot points lifted whole cloth by Tarantino. But even for those only familiar with the update, Fujita’s films remain feats of hard edged efficiency, actress Meiko Kaji a goddess of death in a world of opposing colors and sudden violence. »
It’s an interesting combination of veterans who represent, respectively, the worlds of live television and the film world.
Hill was a longtime 21st Century Fox/News Corp. executive who stepped down in June to launch a production banner that focused on live TV events. Hill is known for his skill at overseeing live sports production, and was key in building Fox Sports; in recent years he’s overseen “American Idol” for the Fox network.
Hudlin is an Oscar-nominated producer for “Django Unchained,” and last year produced the Governors Awards. He has been the executive producer of the NAACP Image Awards since 2012. Hudlin was the first president of entertainment for Bet Networks from 2005-09.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences announced the moves Tuesday, but did not indicate if this is a three-year pact. »
- Tim Gray
I think we all know how passionate Hugh Jackman is about playing the role of Wolverine, but that also extends to Wolverine's many fans. In this video, Kyle and Jackie O with Kiis 1065 worked with Make-a-Wish Foundation to bring Wolverine fan, Dominic, up close and personal to one of his heroes. Leave it up to Jackman to be a total badass and warm some hearts all at the same time! While we have to wait... Read More »
- Sean Wist
In the latest episode, Brian and Zach discuss news stories from the week including a new Amy Schumer/Jennifer Lawrence team-up, the cast of the Richard Pryor biopic, and Steve Carell joining a famous director’s movie in place of Bruce Willis.
Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence are co-writing a sister comedy, will both star Eddie Murphy, Oprah join Mike Epps in Lee Daniels’ Richard Pryor biopic Steve Carell replaces Bruce Willis in Woody Allen’s latest film It Follows director responds to Quentin Tarantino’s notes about the movie How Quentin Tarantino would fix It Follows Borderlands set to get a movie adaptation by Lionsgate Matt Damon says Bourne 5 will take place in a “post-Snowden” world »
- Zach Dennis
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