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No surprise here: a trio of very talented actors want to work with Whiplash and La La Land director, Damien Chazelle. Kyle Chandler (Bloodline), Corey Stoll (Café Society), and Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty) have signed up to star alongside Ryan Gosling in Chazelle’s First Man, which is about Nasa’s attempt to put astronauts on the moon. They’ll start shooting the Amblin Entertainment project in […]
- Jack Giroux
Corey Stoll, who played Brutus, writes about his experience in the controversial production. »
- Corey Stoll
“La La Land” and “Whiplash” director Damien Chazelle has, in a very short time, made a big name for himself as a filmmaker. Now, every project he creates will be automatically near the top of everyone’s “Must See” list. So, naturally, its exciting to see when he surrounds himself with some great actors for his upcoming film “First Man,” which tells the story of Neil Armstrong’s moon landing with Ryan Gosling attached as Armstrong.
- Charles Dean
We have recently found out that both Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll will be joining the picture, and now news is breaking that Jason Clarke is also in talks to play Ed White, the first American to walk in space.
The movie will be a first-person account of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon, taking place between 1961-1969.
First Man is set for release on October 12, 2018. »
- Samuel Brace
We reported earlier this week that both Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll were in talks to join Damien Chazelle’s forthcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man. Well, now The Hollywood Reporter are reporting that Everest and Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes star Jason Clarke is also in negotiations to join the project, which is led by Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong.
Based on the book by James R. Hansen, and adapted by Josh Singer, First Man tells the story of the first manned space mission to the moon back in the 1960s. Clarke is reportedly set to play Ed White, the first American to walk in space, who later died in an Apollo mission testing accident.
- Paul Heath
Bloodline star Kyle Chandler and Ant-Man villain Corey Stoll have joined the cast of Damien Chazelle’s First Man, the La La Land‘s biopic of Neil Armstrong. The film is based over at Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, and will see Ryan Gosling play Armstrong.
Deadline reports that Chandler will play Deke Slayton, the WWII flyer, aeronautical engineer and test pilot who was selected as one of the original Nasa Mercury Seven astronauts and became Nasa’s first Chief of the Astronaut Office. Stoll is in talks to play Buzz Aldrin in the film, so report The Tracking Board.
The film, which is about to kick off production, is based on the book by James R. Hansen, and tells the story of the Apollo 11 mission and the eight years leading up to it. Josh Singer (Spotlight) adapted said book and the film has a release date set for October 12th, 2018.
- Paul Heath
It looks like Ryan Gosling won’t be going to the moon alone in First Man, La La Land director Damien Chazelle’s upcoming movie about Neil Armstrong. According to Variety, Gosling’s Armstrong will be joined by Corey Stoll, who is currently in talks to play Buzz Aldrin. As of right now, it doesn’t sound like anyone has been cast as Michael Collins, but there probably aren’t a ton of big-name actors who are in a hurry to play the space program’s most famous third wheel.
Even without Collins, Stoll and Gosling will have a friendly, fatherly face helping them out down on the ground, as Deadline is reporting that Kyle Chandler has signed on to play Deke Slayton, Nasa’s first Chief Of The Astronaut Office. Slayton was a pilot in WWII who later became an aeronautical engineer and was one of Nasa’s original »
- Sam Barsanti
Following his Best Director win at the Academy Awards for La La Land, I'd expect that all eyes will be on Damien Chazelle as he begins work on his next film, a Neil Armstrong biopic based upon James R. Hansen's "First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong". We already know that First Man will star Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong, but now it seems that Corey Stoll... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
20 June 2017 3:11 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Written by Josh Singer (Spotlight), the drama is described by Universal as a visceral, first-person account of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on the years 1961-1969 and Armstrong, the astronaut who became the first man to set foot on »
- Borys Kit
Producers are Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen (“The Twilight Saga,” “The Fault in Our Stars”) through their Temple Hill Entertainment banner, alongside Chazelle and Gosling. Isaac Klausner (“The Fault in Our Stars”) will executive produce.
The film is based on James Hansen’s biography “First Man: The Life Of Neil A. Armstrong” and tells the story of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Armstrong during the years 1961-1969. A first-person account, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost — on Armstrong and on America — of one of the most dangerous space missions in history. »
- Justin Kroll
Corey Stoll and Kyle Chandler are set to join Damien Chazelle’s “First Man,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Stoll is in talks to play Buzz Aldrin, while Chandler has been cast as Deke Slayton. “First Man” is a first-person account of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon while it will focus on the years 1961 to 1969 and when Neil Armstrong (played by Ryan Gosling) set foot on the Moon. Aldrin became the second man to step onto the surface after Armstrong. Also Read: Ryan Gosling's Neil Armstrong Biopic 'First Man »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
19 June 2017 1:41 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Corey Stoll is heading to the moon.
Written by Josh Singer, the drama is described as a visceral, first-person account of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on the years 1961-1969 and Armstrong, the astronaut »
- Rebecca Ford
Have you checked out the new season of House of Cards on Netflix? Yeesh! Or maybe it's just me. House of Cards, anchored by Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as an ambitious political couple who prize power above all else, was a sensation when it debuted on Netflix in 2013. It kicked off Netflix's campaign to be the home of "binge TV," and lived up to advance notices, even beyond the first two, superlative episodes, directed by no less than David Fincher. It showcased actors such as Corey Stoll, who gave a superb performance as a politician as he slowly fell from grace. I was completely seduced. I stayed up all night to watch that first season, drained and exhilarated at how it seemed to...
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“Girls,” HBO / Season 6 ep. 7, “The Bounce”
Andrew Rannells’ character Elijah Krantz, the narcissistic, wry and insightful gay ex-boyfriend-cum-roommate of Hannah Horvath (Lena Dunham) on “Girls,” has been a scene-stealer since season one of the Emmy-winning HBO series. In “The Bounce,” former love Dill (Corey Stoll) comes racing back into Elijah’s arms just as he musters the courage to audition for the Broadway musical adaptation of the big-screen comedy “White Men Can’t Jump.”
Elijah belts out a rousing, pitch-perfect rendition of “Let Me Be Your Star,” from the defunct NBC series “Smash.” He seems poised to become a star. And then they bring in the basketballs.
Rannells: “Lena [Dunham] had said she wanted to explore this idea of Elijah getting into musical theater and that was something we had sort of teased in the past. In the first season we had talked about how he had »
- Malina Saval
In 1983, John Singleton was 15 years old. He was still eight years away from directing his landmark drama, “Boyz n the Hood,” but he was already living a life not far removed from his Oscar-nominated script. It’s a world he’s revisiting in the new FX drama “Snowfall.”
“In college, they said write about what you know,” Singleton said, following the debut of his first TV project as a writer. “These are my formative years.”
Singleton, who said this series “had been germinating for many, many years,” joined co-creator and showrunner Dave Andron, executive producer Thomas Schlamme, and stars Damson Idris, Carter Hudson, and Juan Javier Cardenas for the Atx TV Festival’s opening night screening of “Snowfall” in Austin, Texas.
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Taking place in East Los Angeles during the summer of 1983, “Snowfall” primarily follows Franklin »
- Ben Travers
"What the hell is that thing?" FX has released new previews for the upcoming fourth and final season of The Strain.The supernatural drama takes place in a dystopian New York City that’s been overrun by vampires. The cast includes Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Natalie Brown, Jonathan Hyde, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Richard Sammel, Max Charles, and Samantha Mathis.Read More… »
Read More: ‘Hellboy’ Remake: Why Filmmakers Need to Say No to Pointless Reboots
Original “Hellboy” star Ron Perlman met future demon hero David Harbour on Monday at a dinner arranged by Patton Oswalt, apparently to dispel any rumors of tension between the two actors. Harbour, who will play the titular character in director Neil Marshall’s upcoming “Hellboy” reboot, had found himself at the center of a potentially thorny situation. Back in February, many fans hoping for a third installment of the franchise with Perlman and director Guillermo del Toro were disappointed to learn that a reboot would happen instead.
The summit dinner was a smashing success. Now, to launch my new pop duo, Hellboyz. @DavidKHarbour @perlmutations pic.twitter.com/nNkCycz2hD
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) June 6, 2017
Oswalt’s “summit dinner” post was followed up with a tweet from Harbour, who said “I’d follow these two into the gates of hell… »
- Graham Winfrey
One of the most pivotal moments of House of Cards' last season was President Frank Underwood being shot by an isolated detractor and plunged into a woozy, icy deathdream. There he was confronted by two of his most direct victims, Corey Stoll's Peter Russo and Kate Mara's Zoe Barnes, as well as his wife and other haunted figures from his existence as a political survivalist at the top of food chain. The weight and intricacies of the presidency, his complicated marriage (to say the least), and a rogues gallery of foes and colleagues then faded, and we saw … »
- Chris Cabin
Spoiler alert: This column contains plot details for the entirety of Netflix’s “House of Cards” Season 5, which debuted early morning on Tuesday, May 30. Do not read until you’ve watched the whole season.
At this year’s unconventional White House Correspondents’ Dinner, host Hasan Minhaj succinctly observed how a different political climate makes for very different viewing of Netflix’s flagship drama series “House of Cards,” whose fifth season debuts today. He quipped: ”I’ve been watching ‘House of Cards’ just to relax. Oh, a vice president pushes a journalist in front of a train? How quaint.”
The fifth season of “House of Cards” premieres under such shockingly different circumstances from what it faced just a year ago that it’s hard to not read into its antiseptic, amoral portrait of a coolly power-hungry Washington, D.C. The show was created under the auspices of President Obama and functioned, like »
- Sonia Saraiya
Sure, you remember Frank and Claire Underwood, and their trusted advisor Doug Stamper — and probably Will Conway, their Republican challenger in the presidential election. But there are a whole lot of other “House of Cards” characters who are easy to forget in a show with this many moving pieces. Peter Russo (Corey Stoll) Frank Underwood’s first major victim is Peter Russo, a Pennsylvania congressman who Underwood covers for, gaining leverage over him. Then when Underwood needed Russo to cave, he orchestrated a situation to cause him to slip back into alcoholism. Frank finished his total destruction of Russo by murdering. »
- Phil Hornshaw and Phil Owen
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