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Bloody Disgusting learned that Jack Reher (Red Machine) is penning a live-action adaptation of Jon Vinson's comic Edge Of The Unknown, which is described as Se7en crossed with a supernatural Chinatown. The project is out to directors as of this writing. You'll find some art and the synopsis inside. Reher also penned Red Machine, which is currently casting for a February start. Dave Valleau (Capote, Push) and Hadeel Reda (16 Blocks) are producing with Saw V director David Hackl getting behind the camera. An older Harry Houdini, past his prime, is dealing with one failure after another. Arthur Conan Doyle, known for creating "the world's greatest detective", sits in at a seance and believes every moment of it. They were friends once. »
Dakota Fanning has once again slipped into the shoes of sadistic Volturi member Jane. On Wednesday evening, December 15, the 16-year-old actress was caught on camera as she joined fellow Volturi cast members in the New Orleans set of "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn" to film a few scenes.
Though she was all wrapped up in a parka, the "Push" actress looked chic in her costume. Pictures from the set capture her laughing and having a good time on set with the likes of Cameron Bright, Michael Sheen, Christopher Heyerdahl and Jamie Campbell Bower. Stars of the series, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, however, were not seen joining them.
Dakota joined the "Twilight Saga" series as the pain-inflicting vampire Jane starting from "The Twilight Saga's New Moon". Talking about portraying such wicked character, the Cherie Currie of "The Runaways" previously admitted, "It was cool to get to transform myself into more »
Marvel has long been saying it intends to make a movie based on its African superhero Black Panther.
The studio's intentions were further signalled in Iron Man 2, released earlier this year. In one scene (see images below), there's a map of the world that highlights part of Africa, and director Jon Favreau stated on the Blu-ray that this was intended as a reference to Black Panther.
So who might play the role? Well, Djimon Hounsou (pictured right), who voiced the character in a short-lived animated series, now says he hopes to star in the eventual live-action movie.
- David Bentley
In Elephant White, Hounsou (that’s Oscar-nominated actor Djimon Hounsou to you) last seen in 2009′s Push (didn’t see it – although I caught a recent screening of The Tempest, which isn’t out yet), portrays an assassin hired by a businessman to avenge the murder of his daughter by white slave traders in Thailand.
Shooting was scheduled to begin earlier in March this year, in Bangkok, for Nu Image/Millennium, with Pachya Pinkaew (director of fanboy 2003 martial arts favorite Ong Bak).
Production is apparently complete on the $10 million film, according to IMDBPro, with a 2011 release likely. I couldn’t find a trailer or any clips from it, but I’d say this will likely be a straight-to-dvd release. »
After offering up all the details he could reveal about "Sinatoro," Morrison also shared a few updates on some of the other projects he's involved with these days, including the long-awaited adaptation of his "We3" miniseries, the recently announced "Joe The Barbarian" movie, and that mysterious BBC television series he's working on with "Push" director Paul McGuigan and actor Stephen Fry.
When I spoke to Morrison in April, the writer lamented the slow pace of the "We3" adaptation, which follows a trio of weaponized animals that escape a government lab. According to Morrison, the comic's high level of violence caused some problems in the development process, even though the screenplay he penned for the film was significantly less violent.
And very »
- Rick Marshall
With the principals in place, Cameron Crowe and 20th Century Fox are now turning their attention to supporting roles for We Bought a Zoo. Patrick Fugit (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant) and Elle Fanning (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) have been brought on to star alongside Matt Damon, Thomas Hayden Church, and Scarlett Johansson, who came aboard last week after hefty negotiations with the studio.
Fugit’s role is under wraps, but Fanning will play an underage minor who works at the zoo and becomes involved with Damon’s onscreen son, Dylan; according to Deadline, Colin Ford (Push) is circling the role of Dylan. Fugit previously worked with Crowe on the director’s semi-autobiographic Almost Famous, where he played Crowe’s onscreen persona. He is currently filming Cinema Verite with Diane Lane and Tim Robbins, set for a 2012 release. Along with Zoo, Fanning is also starring in »
- Jeff Ames
IFC Midnight continues its genre-loving way with its pick-up at this year's Afm of Wrecked, a psychological thriller starring Adrien Brody that marks the directorial debut of Montreal native Michael Greenspan.
According to Variety Wrecked, which premiered at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival in October, sees Brody's character wake up in a car wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff, having no memory of who he is or how he got there, leaving him forced to discover his true identity.
Christopher Dodd, who also worked with Greenspan on the shorts "The Legend of Razorback" and "Lost & Found", penned the script.
IFC Films will release the pic via IFC Midnight in spring 2011.
Kyle Mann (Capote, Push) developed, produced and financed through his newly formed shingle, Independent Edge. Telefilm Canada also backed the film. Brody takes an exec producer's role on the pic, which also stars Caroline Dhavernas (Breach, Hollywoodland) and Ryan Robbins (Walking Tall, »
- Uncle Creepy
First look at Chris Evans in his role as Captain America has been offered. Several photos of the actor in character for "Captain America: The First Avenger" are featured on the cover as well as inside the newest issue of Entertainment Weekly, which will hit newsstands on Friday, October 29, and one in particular presents a look at his buffed up body as he's gone shirtless and sweaty.
A number of other pictures capture the 29-year-old actor as Steve Rogers in a couple different Captain America suits. Besides the Nick Gant of "Push", there are also shots of Hayley Atwell as the Captain America's love interest Peggy Carter and of Hugo Weaving as Johann Schmidt a.k.a. Red Skull.
In the article that comes accompanying the photo, Chris opened up about why he declined to take the role up to three times. He said when met on the set, »
Camilla Belle seems to have no more feeling toward ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas. According to celebrity blogger Zack Taylor, the 24-year-old actress doesn't even put much attention to recent reports surrounding the romantic relationship between the middle member of Jonas Brothers and "Twilight Saga" actress Ashley Greene.
The actress who plays Kira Hollis in "Push" has been dating Joe for about a year before splitting in 2009, but when asked about her thoughts on the 21-year-old singer's new romance, she acted as if she has forgotten who he is. To Zack's source who asked the question, she replied, "Joe who?! Ashley what?! Those names don't ring a bell."
Camilla met Joe when she shot Jonas Brothers's music video for "Lovebug" in late 2008. A source in the know back then claimed that the two began dating "only after doing the video". Months after being spotted watching a baseball game together, the couple »
By Eric Ditzian
Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Summit Entertainment likes to keep its "Twilight" stars in the family. The studio kept Robert Pattinson in the mix with romantic drama "Remember Me" and cut another check to Billy Burke for the upcoming action flick "Drive Angry." Then there's Dakota Fanning, who not only starred in the sci-fi "Push" but in the last two "Twilight" flicks as well. And as she gears up for work on "Breaking Dawn," she just might be staying put with Summit.
Dakota Fanning is about to be facing a hard choice between life and death. According to Variety, the actress who takes on the role of Jane in the "Twilight Saga" series is in negotiations to portray a gifted classical musician, who finds herself in between, in Summit Entertainment's latest project "If I Stay".
Should Dakota secure the role, this won't be her first time slipping into a character of a musician. She has recently tackled the role of rocker Cherie Currie as she starred opposite her "Twilight Saga" co-star Kristen Stewart in biopic "The Runaways". It will also be her latest project for Summit after the "Twilight Saga" series and "Push".
Based on Gayle Forman's novel of the same name, this supernatural movie centers around Mia and her boyfriend, Adam who is a rising star in the indie rock world. Already faced with a choice between her art and her relationship, »
Cameron Crowe appears to have found another member of the family for his next film, based on Benjamin Mee’s memoir, We Bought a Zoo. Colin Ford has been cast as Matt Damon’s son in the movie, according to Pajiba’s oft-reliable Hollywood Cog source.Zoo will adapt Mee’s book, which followed the former Guardian columnist moving his family to Dartmoor Wildlife Park after buying the place with an ambitious plan of renovating it and helping the animals that live there.While Mee successfully pulled off the job, he was struck by tragedy as, in the middle of his efforts, his wife Katherine learned she had terminal cancer.Ford, who has worked on such films as Push and has appeared on TV’s Supernatural as the young Sam Winchester several times, will appear alongside Damon in the movie, which Crowe has planned to shoot early next year after »
The book followed 18th century English aristocrat Sir Percy Blakeney, a highly intelligent and noble baron who played up his wimpish and foppish personality by day. At night he became a dashing masked vigilante who leads a secret society whose mission is to help French nobility escape from the guillotine during the year known as 'The Reign of Terror' which followed the start of the French Revolution.
Neil Jackson ("Push," "Blade: The Series," "Stargate: Sg-1") will play the titular masked vigilante, while a host of "high profile cameos" are expected to appear in the movie. The aim is to do something akin to Guy Ritchie's "Sherlock Holmes" - a contemporary feeling but period-set blockbuster take on the literary tale.
Cult British writer/director Michael Armstrong »
- Garth Franklin
By Michael Pellegrini
Marvel's latest batch of superheroes has been revealed.
But will they fill their roles perfectly? With the greatly-anticipated Avengers film less than two years away, and fanboys watching every move, the studio has its work cut out with the upcoming releases that tie into the 2012 blockbuster.
Iron Man and Incredible Hulk have set the bar pretty high with big-name actors and big-money effects and next to hit the silver screen will be Thor, released on May 4, 2011, in the USA and on May 20 in the UK.
Kenneth Branagh, best known for his directing prowess on such Shakespearean classics as Hamlet, Othello, and Much Ado About Nothing, is the man taking on the daunting task of bringing Asgard to life. The lead role will be filled by Chris Hemsworth, who played the father of James T. Kirk in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek.
Staying with the big names, Marvel »
- David Bentley
Camilla Belle has unleashed her violent side, but it is all only for a good laugh. Joining forces with "Grey's Anatomy" hunk Jesse Williams, the 23-year-old shows off how to kick some a** while dancing as she takes part in the final installment of Funny or Die's "Dirty Dancing" trilogy titled "Dirty Dancing 3: Capoeira Nights".
In the short video, Camilla gets drawn to Jesse who doesn't do "normal" dance. After learning what he does is called capoeira, the former girlfriend of Joe Jonas begins to train herself how to practice the Brazilian art form. Though met with some disapproval along the way, she ends up showing off one bloody performance with Jesse in front of her parents.
Actress Maggie Siff has been making a name for herself with memorable roles in film, television and theater. She had a series regular role on the first season of Mad Men, had recurring roles on Nip/Tuck and Life on Mars, did guest roles on Grey’s Anatomy and Law & Order, and appeared in the feature films Push, Funny People and Leaves of Grass.
Now, she can be seen on the popular FX drama Sons of Anarchy as Dr. Tara Knowles, high school sweetheart of Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam), who left Charming to get more out of life, but returned, still in love with Jax and now more entrenched than ever in his world. During this exclusive interview with Collider, Maggie Siff talked about the journey that her character has been on since Season 1, how the events of the finale will affect things this season and getting to work with Stephen King, »
- Christina Radish
It's like Groundhog Day for Josh Hartnett and director Paul McGuigan - they just can't wait to work together again, so their latest project is perfect, as it features a guy stuck in a weird timewarp which sees him going through the day of his family's murder again and again.
The thriller, simply named Tomorrow, will see Hartnett going through the events again and again until he learns to control the time-travel he is going through.
Tomorrow kicks off shooting in Louisiana later this year. Should Hartnett be part of it?
>> Real the whole article | on Screenrush - Wednesday 18 August 2010
Josh Hartnett and director Paul McGuigan clearly can’t get enough of each other, as Hartnett is now considering a third tour of duty working on a film with McGuigan. He’s in talks to join time travel thriller Tomorrow, which to which the director is attached.According to The Wrap, Hartnett is pondering the lead role in the indie pic, which finds a man striving to save his family on the day they’re murdered, but seemingly unable to control the short-term time travel event he’s trapped in.McGuigan and Hartnett have teamed up before for Wicker Park and Lucky Number Slevin, so at least we know they work well together. And McGuigan has notched up some effects experience after making Push. Oh, and he’s helped his credibility by being a big part of why the BBC’s Sherlock was so good.For Tomorrow, he’s planning »
Worldview Entertainment has announced that Josh Hartnett (30 Days of Night) has signed on to star in a sci-fi thriller entitled, Tomorrow. The film will see Hartnett re-teaming with his Lucky Number Slevin and Wicker Park director, Paul McGuigan (Push).
Written by Michael Gould, the story is about a man (Hartnett) who travels back and forth through time and space, trying to prevent the murder of his family.
Tomorrow is slated to begin production in Louisiana later this year and hit theaters in 2011. »
- Jason Moore
We have also been sent the promo poster (right).
Here's the official word from Worldview Entertainment:
Worldview Entertainment has teamed up with producer Mark Williams and Zero Gravity Management to finance the sci-fi thriller, “Tomorrow”, which will be directed by Paul McGuigan and star Josh Hartnett. McGuigan is a renowned UK filmmaker who has directed several fan favorites, most recently the sci-fi action movie, “Push”. Hartnett has starred in several blockbuster hits over the last decade including “Pearl Harbor” with Ben Affleck and Ridley Scott’s intense war film, “Black Hawk Down”.
“Tomorrow” is a sci-fi thriller in the vein of “Memento” about a man who travels back and forth through time and space, trying to prevent the murder of his family. Written by Michael Gould, the film is »
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