2 items from 2015
Joe Swanberg is continuing his ascension from making movies with friends, to making movies with celebrities, and now making movies with a major studio. The filmmaker has signed up to helm "Work Wife" for New Line. Rob McKittrick (“Waiting…”) wrote the latest draft of the script that "follows a pair of thirty-something lawyers who attempt to find out if they really can date a co-worker." No word yet on when it will shoot. [The Wrap] Lee Toland Krieger is another movie maker shifting gears. He's done drama ("The Vicious Kind"), romantic comedy ("Celeste And Jesse Forever"), romantic fantasy (the forthcoming "Age Of Adaline"), and now he's going into action-thriller mode with "Vanish Man." It will follow "a man who helps people escape their troubled lives by staging elaborate deaths and creating new identities. He finds himself enlisted by the FBI to track down the one client that was not supposed to disappear. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Once upon a time, Ryan Reynolds was one of the most sought after leading men in film. A former People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive,” and the star of one of the funniest comedies ever made (I’m looking at you, Waiting) Ryan Reynolds has unfortunately spent the last five years acting in box office bombs and selecting some ill-advised roles. Ryan Reynolds is a very, very handsome man and it seems as though audiences have gotten so fixated on his appearance, that they’ve forgotten that he’s a talented actor. Well, The Voices is going to indefinitely change the way audiences view Reynolds. Critics and cinephiles all declared 2014 the year of the “McConaissance” in relation to the brilliance coming out of Matthew McConaughey, and 2015 is starting to look like the year of Reynolds.
- BJ Colangelo
2 items from 2015
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