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Writer-director Qualiana and Lamberson previously collaborated on Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast and worked together on Chris Olen Ray’s Battledogs and Debbie Rochon’s Model Hunger. Lowry, memorable for her roles in George Romero’s The Crazies and David Cronenberg’s Shivers (aka They Came from Within), starred in Model Hunger, currently in post-production.
“I’m not being hyperbolic when I say that Lynn is amazing in Model Hunger,” says Lamberson. “It’s a benchmark performance that ranks up there with Terry O’Quinn’s work in The Stepfather, and Sam and I are thrilled to have her in The Legend of Six Fingers. We’ve got some impressive talent on this project.”
In Six Fingers Lowry will »
- The Woman In Black
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for the latest collaboration between director Martin Scorsese and star Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street, which is based upon the memoirs of Jordan Belfort and centres on the stockbroker's rise and fall in the New York financial world, along with his hard-partying lifestyle and tumultuous personal life, which included drug and alcohol addiction.
The fifth pairing between Scorsese and DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street has been adapted by Terence Winter (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire) and also stars Matthew McConaughey (Mud), Jean Dujardin (The Artist), Jonah Hill (This Is the End), Kyle Chandler (Argo), Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead) and Jon Favreau (Identity Thief). Check out the first trailer here:
The Wolf of Wall Street is set for a North American release on November 15th and will open in the UK on January 17th 2014. »
- Flickering Myth
One person who does remember Brandon Routh as Superman once upon a time? Brandon Routh. In a NextMovie exclusive — meaning, in a thoroughly fictional, ridiculously dramatized original piece from a snarky writer — we tracked down Routh and asked him to record a running diary as he watched "Man of Steel," the Superman movie starring Henry Cavill, over a few adult beverages.
Here are the results, completely unedited:
(5 minutes before the movie): Barely anyone here, like I thought. Just ol B-Routh and this handy dandy bottle of Glenlivet, and maybe a few sadistic Batman fans getting ready for a "Man of Steel" train wreck on a Friday night. They're cool. We'll all be laughing together soon in our Christian Bale Batman voices. »
- Nick Blake
The first trailer for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" has landed. The Paramount film, set to hit theaters November 15 in time for Oscar season, stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a hard-living stockbroker, along with Matthew McConaughey--on a roll these days as "Mud" kicks ass across the country--Kyle Chandler and Jonah Hill. The film is based on the memoirs by Jordan Belfort, who recounts his rise and fall in the 1980s Wall Street financial scene. The adaptation is penned by Terence Winter ("Boardwalk Empire"). The trailer is set to the raucous new Kanye West song, "Black Skinhead." »
- Beth Hanna
Fresh off his role as the titular 1920s playboy in "The Great Gatsby," Leonardo DiCaprio is back for more big spending and hard partying, '90s-style, in the first trailer for "The Wolf of Wall Street," his latest film with Martin Scorsese. After going the family route with 3D fable "Hugo," Scorsese looks to be back in "Goodfellas" territory with "Wolf," which tracks the rise and fall of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio). Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey both co-star and look to be in scene-stealing form. "The Artist" breakout Jean Dujardin is also part of the cast, but doesn't appear in the video below. "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terence Winter wrote the script. The film bows November 15. Watch trailer below. »
- Nigel M Smith
“As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a stockbroker.” Leonardo DiCaprio might as well be laying out that line in Martin Scorsese‘s The Wolf of Wall Street, where he plays real-life multi-millionaire stockbroker/swindler Jordan Belfort. In the new trailer, gleeful immorality, fat stacks of cash and a self-aware voice-over from a man who wants too much all feel like a sequel to Goodfellas. Or maybe a modern adaptation of “Bonfire of the Vanities” (The Wolfe of Wall Street?). Or maybe the Gatsby For 2013 that’s really for 2013. Comparisons aside, it looks ridiculously cool. Belfort’s trick was artificially inflating a stock price before dumping the lion’s shares and screwing over clients. He made a crazy amount of money that fueled some very profound drug and control problems — and it looks like DiCaprio is having the time of his life here. It’s almost like Django loosened the lid for »
- Scott Beggs
The film sees Scorsese returning behind the camera following the Oscar-winning Hugo, and with Leonardo DiCaprio leading an all-star cast, things have been looking good for the true-story crime-drama for some time now.
Set to hit Us theatres in just under five months, Paramount and Universal have released the first trailer, and it is an excellent first look at what is sure to be a contender later this year.
A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.
- Kenji Lloyd
If the first trailer is anything to go by, The Wolf Of Wall Street sees Martin Scorsese kicking back in breezy, jazzy, exuberant mode, with Leonardo DiCaprio channelling a self-satisfied Calvin Candie mood rather than a suffering Jay Gatsby. brightcove.createExperiences();The movie has been adapted from Jordan Belfort’s memoir chronicling his hard-partying indulgences as a stockbroker in 1990s New York. Belfort, his colleagues and associated hangers-on all enjoyed the spoils of his financial gains, even as the criminal activities that sustained the party slowly came to light.This first look at the movie focuses more on the early days of big paycheques, chimp friendships, dwarf-tossing, yacht time and beautiful women, but with the hint of Federal trouble lurking just around the corner. Based on the two moments he gets to run away with, Matthew McConaughey’s career resurgence shows no sign of stopping; he could be a highlight here. »
Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoirs, “The Wolf of Wall Street” chronicles the ex-stockbroker’s rise and fall in the 1980s financial scene, along with his hard-partying lifestyle and tumultuous personal life. Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill and Kyle Chandler co-star.
Paramount’s first trailer for the financial drama, which arrived online late Sunday night, also features the new Kanye West song “Black Skinhead” off the rapper’s forthcoming album “Yeezus.”
See Also: Scorsese Taps Spider-Man for ‘Silence’ (Exclusive)
Adapted by Terence Winter (“Boardwalk Empire”), “The Wolf of Wall Street” was financed by Red Granite with principals Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland producing along with Scorsese, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Irwin Winkler, Alexandra Milchan, DiCaprio and his Appian Way partner Jennifer Killoran.
“The Wolf of Wall Street” arrives in »
- Stuart Oldham
I started reading Jordan Belfort's non-fiction tale of his rise and fall on Wall Street which inspired Martin Scorsese's latest film, The Wolf of Wall Street, but I just couldn't get beyond Belfort's smugness and I stopped about 100 pages in. But while reading I couldn't help but wonder how it would be handled. To make it a straight-forward drama would almost be to take the subject matter too seriously, it needed a measure of self-awareness about it and perhaps that's exactly what Scorsese and screenwriter Terence Winter ("Boardwalk Empire") have delivered, but don't take what follows entirely at face value. Tonight the first trailer for the film, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Belfort has arrived, offering your first look at a film I expect will play something like Wall Street except filled with a lot more coke, hookers and apparently Matthew McConaughey. Belfort was a Long Island penny »
- Brad Brevet
As founding and premier sponsor of Film Life's 17th Annual American Black Film Festival (Abff), HBO will once again have a major presence at the industry retreat, through competition, workshops and panels, networking opportunities, etc. The Abff is being held in Miami's South Beach, June 19-23. This year, HBO will celebrate its long-standing partnership and support with three key events. In addition, three cast members from HBO's award-winning original series - Nelsan Ellis (True Blood), Sufe Bradshaw (Veep) and Michael K. Williams (Boardwalk Empire) - will be in attendance. The 3 events are: The 16th Annual HBO(R) Short Film Award Thursday, June 20th/8:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m./Colony »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Courteney Cox will be go behind the camera and make her feature directorial debut with the independent drama Hello I Must Be Going. Cox currently stars in the TBS television series Cougar Town and of course, is most recognizable as Monica Geller from Friends.
Hello I Must Be Going stars Seann William Scott, Kate Walsh, Rob Riggle and Kyle Galliner. Cox will be working with a script by David Flebotte, an experienced television director whose resume has highlights such as Boardwalk Empire and Desperate Housewives. She will also be producing with John Suits and Gabriel Cowan, as well as her former husband David Arquette.
Scott will play a severely depressed man returning to his old neighborhood to amend a few wrongs before taking his life. Kate Walsh will portray his sister-in-law. With a considerable amount of comedic talent, we might be able to look forward to some touches of humor »
- Katherine Kranz
Directed by: Zack Snyder
Running Time: 2 hrs 23 mins
Release Date: June 14, 2013
Plot: Clark Kent (Cavill) is from an alien planet and armed with super powers. He must decide if Earth will accept him, and also deal with another alien known as General Zod (Shannon) and his plans to take over the world.
Who’S It For? Everyone who likes big blockbuster superhero movies, which I think it technically everyone. If you’re addicted to the Christopher Reeves’ films, there might be too much change for you to handle.
Expectations: I listened to the trailer a few times (yes, I close my eyes during movie trailers, or leave the theater). I loved the music and the father/son moments that I was hearing. It’s one of the films I was most excited for this summer. »
- Jeff Bayer
Chances are, you've heard of this Michael Shannon guy, who, as General Zod, is about to put the
hurt on Superman when "Man of Steel" hits theaters this weekend.
If you're a fan of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," you already know Shannon well as the overzealous government agent Nelson Van Alden. You may also know him for the brilliant reading of that deranged sorority letter.
However, if you haven't seen any of his movies, we're happy to give you a brief overview of the talented (and Oscar-nominated) Chicago native. Below, we provide a guide to Shannon's 10 most recognizable roles.
- Sharon Knolle
After years of being in front of the camera on the small screen . as well as on the big screen in movies like the Scream franchise . Courteney Cox is ready to take a step behind them for her feature directorial debut. The film is called Hello I Must Be Going, but I wouldn.t get too attached to that name, seeing as how Todd Louiso released his own Hello I Must Be Going just last year. The indie drama already has a cast, including Seann William Scott (Goon), Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Kyle Galliner (2010.s A Nightmare on Elm Street), and comedy vet Rob RIggle (The Internship). This is the first feature screenplay from screenwriter David Flebotte, who has a lengthy career writing for TV series such as Desperate Housewives and Boardwalk Empire, and also wrote for Cox.s FX show Dirt. There aren't many plot details about Hello I »
Courteney Cox has tapped Hello I Must Be Going as her directorial debut. The film will star Seann William Scott as "a depressed man who heads back to his hometown to right some wrongs before committing suicide." With screenwriter David Flebotte's credits ranging from Ellen to Desperate Housewives to Boardwalk Empire, there's no guessing if that plot will skew funny or bleak, so by all means speculate wildly. Private Practice's Kate Walsh will co-star as Scott's sister-in-law. (Also, that title will probably change — it was just used last year.) »
- Zach Dionne
Paul Bettany and Stephen Graham star as two brothers who’s lives spiral viciously out of control in Blood, which is out now on DVD from eOne and Momentum now! Directed by Nick Murphy (The Awakening), Blood is a psychological thriller about two brothers whose lives begin to collapse under the weight of their father’s illustrious shadow.
A contemporary Greek Tragedy set around the investigation into the murder of a young girl, Blood stars Paul Bettany (The Da Vinci Code, Legion), Stephen Graham (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Boardwalk Empire, This is England), Brian Cox (Rise of The Planet of The Apes, Red, The Bourne Supremacy), and Mark Strong (Zero Dark Thirty, Kick Ass, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy).
A: Al Pacino
- Dan Bullock
[Warning: Spoilers for 'Boardwalk Empire' season 3 follow!]
While audiences are likely still wrapping their heads around the late-season events of Game of Thrones, the great Sunday night television factory that is HBO is pushing ahead, presenting a new teaser for the season 4 premiere of the award-winning period drama Boardwalk Empire.
Few details are available on what season 4 will bring, but it’s clear in this new teaser that the storyline will involve a mix of familiar faces – like fan-favorite Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) and mother-of-the-year-candidate-turned-New-Jersey-madam Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Mol) – along with two prominent newcomers in Jeffrey Wright (Casino Royale, Source Code) and Ron Livingston (Office Space).
Wright will be playing Valentin Narcisse, a Harlem-based philanthropist and “Doctor of Divinity” who clearly has plans involving Nucky Thompson. And while Wright’s depiction of the character, and his ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
"Boardwalk Empire" went out in a blaze of gunfire last season, as war broke out between Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi), Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale) and various gangster forces in the New York/New Jersey area (with the odd Chicago representative). The fourth season starts on September 8th, and the teaser HBO's released below offers glimpses of Nucky, Richard Harrow (Jack Huston), Chalky White (Michael Kenneth Williams), and new arrivals Ron Livingston (as a wealthy businessman who gets the attention of Gretchen Mol's Gillian Darmody) and Jeffrey Wright (as Valentin Narcisse, a highly educated philanthropist who runs Harlem). Bring on the sumptuous period violence! »
- Alison Willmore
"Boardwalk Empire" went out in a blaze of gunfire last season, as war broke out between Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi), Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale) and various gangster forces in the New York/New Jersey area (with the odd Chicago representative). The fourth season starts on September 8th, and the teaser HBO's released below offers glimpses of Nucky, Richard Harrow (Jack Huston), Chalky White (Michael Kenneth Williams), and new arrivals Ron Livingston (as a wealthy businessman who gets the attention of Gretchen Mol's Gillian Darmody) and Jeffrey Wright (as Valentin Narcisse, a highly educated philanthropist who runs Harlem). Bring on the sumptuous period violence!
- Alison Willmore
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