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The film, which stars Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart and Kate Bosworth, has been getting lots of recognition in the Us, with Moore nominated for Best Actress at both the Academy Awards and the BAFTA’s, as well as winning the Golden Globe for Best Actress earlier this month.
Alice Howland (Moore), happily married with three grown children (including Stewart and Bosworth), is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a devastating diagnosis, Alice and her family find their bonds tested.
Still Alice gets a UK cinema release on March 6th.
- Scott J. Davis
Kristen Stewart has been spreading the word that she would like to get back into action-fantasy movies playing a superhero. But a part that seemed tailor-made for her in a new “X-Men” film has gone to Sophie Turner of “Game of Thrones.” Marvel Studios has been minting blockbuster roles for actors and actresses in its Avengers and X-Men movies. A-Listers like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence and Gwyneth Paltrow among others have become franchise staples. ...Read More »
Anne Hathaway just can’t stop giggling!!
This is a very different Anne then we’re all used to seeing in interviews.
The actress, who usually is very composed when promoting her films, was unable to contain herself during an appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. When she went on to promote her new film, Song One, she and Jon broke into uncontrollable laughter just minutes into the discussion of the plot.
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Though, the timing couldn't have been worse. It came right after the 32 year-old explained how her character’s brother gets hit by a car and is in a coma after they haven’t spoken for six months.
The audience, initially caught off-guard, weren't quite sure what to do. But eventually everyone was in giggle fits when the laughter became too infectious.
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We've reached that intriguing place in the "Idol" audition schedule that overlaps with Sundance, so there's a distinct chance that between now and next Thursday, a few of the audition episodes may not get recapped. Instead? You can expect a lot of reviews for documentaries you've never heard of! Woot! Follow along with my recap for Wednesday (January 21) night's auditions from Minneapolis... 8:00 p.m. Et. Minneapolis is today's "American Idol" destination. It's the first time "Idol" has been here in seven years, apparently. And the judges are trapped in an SUV. High drama to start the episode. Will they escape? And who will be forced to eat who first? I assume J-Lo and Harry eat Keith first. 8:02 p.m. Darn. They appear to have escaped without resorting to cannibalism. Our first contestant is 17-year-old Shannon Berthiaume, who has never sung in front of anybody before. She's got a strong Kristen Stewart vibe, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Rumored girlfriends Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile kicked off their Thursday with a relaxing stroll, sipping coffee while making their way through La. In other fun moments, John Krasinski fit in a workout, Kate Moss was the center of attention at a fashion show, and Michelle Obama had a fun party at the White House. Keep reading to see all that and more! »
While We’re Young (Noah Baumbach)
The full line-up has been announced for this year’s Glasgow Film Festival, which runs from Wednesday 18th February to Sunday 1st March, and it features over 150 UK, Scottish or European premieres, as well as multiple rep screenings and special events.
The festival opens with the European premiere of While We’re Young, Noah Baumbach’s comedy follow-up to Frances Ha, starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Adam Driver, Amanda Seyfried and Charles Grodin. The closing night gala on 1st March will be the UK premiere of Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s already much-vaunted darkly comic relationship drama Force Majeure.
Additional UK premiere highlights include awards season darling Still Alice, Wim Wenders’ recently Oscar-nominated documentary The Salt of the Earth, Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria, starring Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, and legendary Swedish director Roy Andersson’s A Pigeon »
- Josh Slater-Williams
As predicted, Universal worked fast to fill the director’s chair on The Huntsman, its planned prequel to 2012 hit Snow White & the Huntsman. Following news that The Shawshank Redemption helmer Frank Darabont had exited the production, it has been announced that Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, the second-unit director and visual effects supervisor on the first film, is signed to take the reins.
Nicolas-Troyan, who was Oscar-nominated for his work on the original, has many other credits to his name, including as second unit director on effects-heavy Maleficent. His past experience with the Huntsman property made him particularly appealing to Universal once Darabont abruptly departed over “creative differences.” The Huntsman will mark Nicolas-Troyan’s feature film directorial debut – though his name is attached to the Highlander reboot, his only past experience as a director is on a short called Carrot Vs Ninja.
Universal is pushing The Huntsman into production quickly, and it is »
- Isaac Feldberg
Kristen Stewart gets a bit of a bum rap. She’s undoubtedly one of our best young actresses but, after being cast in the blockbuster franchise Twilight, her career went off on a tangent. She was typecast as the young character Bella and got forced into the national celebrity spotlight, something the actress was certainly not […]
- Germain Lussier
The sequel to "Snow White and The Huntsman" has had a tumultuous road to production, but it looks like "The Huntsman" is about to get off the ground. It only took a week for Universal to replace Frank Darabont, who jumped ship last week; the studio has hired Cedric Nicolas-Troyan to direct this 2016 action/fantasy flick.
Nicolas-Troyan was the second unit director and visual effects supervisor for "Snow White and The Huntsman," and even got an Oscar nomination for the latter. He also worked on "Maleficent" as the second unit director. He's attached to a remake of "Highlander," but we all know there can be only one... Plus, "The Huntsman" is scheduled for release on April 22, 2016.
Meanwhile, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron will reprise their roles as the Huntsman and Ravenna, before Snow White (Kristen Stewart) appeared on the scene. Emily Blunt is currently in talks to play Ravenna's sister, »
- Jenni Miller
Nicolas-Troyan served as Visual Effects Supervisor and Second Unit Director on Snow White and the Huntsman in 2012, and was nominated for an Oscar for his work.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal still plans to release the prequel on April 22, 2016.
The film will focus on the Huntsman and Ravenna's lives before the arrival of Snow White.
Emily Blunt is reportedly in talks to take on the role of the villain in the movie.
Watch a trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman below: »
Universal's The Huntsman has gone through a lot of changes over the past couple of years. But now it looks like we're closer to what the film will actually be, which is a prequel directed–not by Frank Darabont of The Walking Dead–but Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, who served as second unit director for Snow White and the Huntsman.
Troyan also served as visual effects supervisor on Snow White, and received an Oscar nomination for his work on said film. He also served as second unit director on Disney's Maleficent.
Last week Darabont left the Snow White prequel due to creative differences with Universal. However, the studio plans to move forward with the project; The Huntsman is still scheduled to be released on April 22, 2016, as formerly announced.
- Laura Frances
Work on the sequel to Snow White And the Huntsman - which now goes by the name of The Huntsman - is set to get going in earnest later this year. But before it does, there's a change in director that we need to tell you about.
Earlier this week it was revealed that The Shawshank Redemption and The Mist helmer Frank Darabont had dropped out of directing The Huntsman. The reason? "Creative differences" is all we've been told thus far.
So who's going to be stepping into his shoes?
That'd be a man by the name of Cedric Nicolas-Troyan. Once mooted to helm the reboot of Highlander that Summit Entertainment is putting together, Nicolas-Troyan has thus far built a steady career as a second unit director and visual effects supervisor. On his CV? The likes of Maleficent, »
Just four days after Frank Darabont dropped out of Universal Pictures' Snow White and the Huntsman prequel, The Huntsman, the studio has found a replacement director in VFX specialist Cedric Nicolas-Troyan. Insiders claim that Cedric Nicolas-Troyan was one of the top contenders to helm the sequel when the studio was first looking for a director, since he is very familiar with this story after serving as the visual effects supervisor on the 2012 original.
We reported last week that Emily Blunt is in talks to play the villain, and while Variety reveals that the actress is still in negotiations, her character has not been revealed. Snow White and the Huntsman stars Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron are reprising their roles as The Huntsman and Ravenna, with the story to reveal how both characters' fates intertwined before they met Snow White.
Frank Darabont wrote the most recent draft of the screenplay, »
It’s something of a promotion for Nicolas-Troyan, who received an Academy Award nomination in Visual Effects for his work on 2012’s “Snow White and the Huntsman,” which starred Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron.
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- Linda Ge
Kristen Stewart and her rumored new love, Alicia Cargile, headed over to Malibu, CA, this past weekend, where they spent time together in the water, played with Kristen's dog, and watched the sunset. We've seen a lot of the pair since they were first pictured on their Hawaiian vacation together - they've gone out in La with their friends and showed Pda during other outings as well. Kristen also recently got candid in a new interview with Salon, letting us all know that "no one gives a f*ck" as much as she does. Keep reading to see her latest pics with Alicia. »
2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the Ee Rising Star BAFTA Award, an accolade which has set a standard for identifying talent destined for future film stardom. Don’t believe us? Well the first winner of the award back in 2006 was James McAvoy, and just look at what he has achieved since. Other previous winners have included Eva Green in 2007, Shia Labeouf in 2008, Noel Clarke in 2009, Kristen Stewart in 2010, Tom Hardy in 2011, Adam Deacon in 2012, Juno Temple in 2013 and Will Poulter won last year.
The nominees are selected by a jury who shift through hundreds of suggestions made by BAFTA members. This year’s jury included Deputy Chair of BAFTA’s Film Committee, Pippa Harris, Star Trek: Into Darkness actress Alice Eve, director Dexter Fletcher, and Casting Director Nina Gold. »
- Kat Smith
Emily Blunt is in talks to star in 'The Huntsman'. The 'Into the Woods' actress is in negotiations to play Charlize Theron's character's evil sister The Snow Queen in the upcoming sequel to 'Snow White and the Huntsman', TheWrap reports. Theron is set to reprise her role as the villainous Ravenna while Chris Hemsworth will return as Eric, the huntsman who aided Snow White (Kristen Stewart) in the original film directed by Rupert Sanders. The sequel sees the Huntsman sent on a quest to find the stolen magic mirror, forcing him to face his past and the evil Snow Queen set on avenging her sister Ravenna's death. Director Frank Darabont dropped out of the project last week following creative differences with Universal but a new filmmaker is set to be announced for the movie next week. Joe Roth is to produce the film alongside Palak Patel as »
In the two years after Kristen Stewart last played Bella Swan in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, the actress has taken on a number of diverse indie projects such as On the Road, Camp X-Ray and the critically-acclaimed Still Alice, which opened nationwide last weekend. During an interview with Yahoo! Movies, the actress expresses her desire to star in a superhero movie some day. Here's what she had to say, revealing she would love to show her fans a different side of her acting abilities by joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe:
"I love watching those movies. I would love to show people that I can do more than just be 'Kristen Stewart' in a different movie, in a different circumstance."
She does have experience in the big-budget action realm, starring in 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman before the final Twilight movie. She adds that »
Because she's definitely interested.
In a new interview with Yahoo! Movies, the often stoic 24-year-old Twilight star surprisingly admits she not only loves watching movies from the superhero blockbuster genre, but she would also like to star in one.
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But that doesn’t mean she's shunning the big comic book action flicks. "I love watching those movies," Stewart admits. "I'm sure I could get on board with Captain America, you know what I mean?… It would just have to be the right thing."
"I would love another big movie to come along. It's definitely not something I'm avoiding," she clarifies. "I want to do big movies. You get to »
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