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Chris Evans, Margot Robbie, Paul Rudd And More Star In Jimmy Kimmel's Latest "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets"

22 September 2016 11:59 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

"Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" has become one of the most popular features on Jimmy Kimmel Live in recent years, and the latest instalment (which happens to be the tenth) is packed full of faces which should be instantly recognisable to visitors of this site as they're forced to read some harsh insults! Among those with ties to the world of superheroes and comic books are Chris Evans (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead), Margot Robbie (Suicide Squad), Anthony Mackie (Captain America: Civil War), Olivia Wilde (Tron: Legacy), Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), Russell Crowe (Man of Steel), Bryan Cranston (Power Rangers), and Kiefer Sutherland (24). That's an impressive line-up, eh?  Anyway, these guys are probably sick of reading mean Tweets by now, so feel free to say something nice about them in the comments section below. Alternatively, you can just laugh at their reactions »

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30 Movie Sequels That Took Forever to Hit the Big Screen (Photos)

12 September 2016 1:05 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Long-gestating followups include blockbusters like “Jurassic World” and famous flops like “Blues Brothers 2000George Miller took nearly 30 years to follow up “Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome” with the Tom Hardy-Charlize Theron thriller “Mad Max: Fury Road.” “The Odd Couple II” is among the sequels with the biggest gaps between films. Twenty-nine years after the 1968 original, Jack Lemmon returned as Felix Unger and Walter Matthau was Oscar Madison in their last film together. “Tron: Legacy” came 28 years after the original, and featured Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner. Shot in 3D, the film featured extensive visual effects and a score by. »

- Todd Cunningham and Beatrice Verhoeven

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Harry Potter - how could The Cursed Child be a movie?

31 August 2016 11:52 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark Harrison Sep 1, 2016

It's only a rumour, but how could Harry Potter And The Cursed Child translate to the screen? A few thoughts...

Despite the various wrinkles in their DC movie slate thus far, the studio bods at Warner Bros. Pictures must be sitting pretty on the upcoming revival of their Harry Potter franchise. November sees the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, from a new screenplay by Jk Rowling that is intended to launch a trilogy. No matter what happens with that plan, the studio can always fall back on a Force Awakens-sized event 'legacy-quel' in the next decade or so.

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child is a play in two parts, co-written by Rowling, Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany. The production opened in London this July and is already more or less sold out until the end of 2017. The story focuses on the »

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Disney Producer Still Wants To Make Tron 3

11 August 2016 4:25 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Though fans had been holding out hope for another Tron movie following Tron: Legacy for a while, we all eventually gave up on it after Disney pulled the plug on Tron 3, which was going to be subtitled Ascension and see the return of director Joseph Kosinski alongside stars Garrett Hedlung and Olivia Wilde.

Since the film was cancelled, talk of a sequel has mostly died down. Until now, that is. Speaking with Screen Rant in a recent interview, producer Brigham Taylor re-ignited hopes for a third entry into the series, saying the following:

I always hope for that. I just had a wonderful visit to Shanghai, where they have an amazing attraction based on Tron Legacy. The designers just did such an amazing job creating the feeling of stepping onto The Grid, and that indelible visual world that Lisberger created and Kosinski explored… and I think there’s a real »

- Josh Wilding

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There’s a Chance ‘Tron 3’ Could Eventually Happen

10 August 2016 4:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Last summer, fans of Tron and the follow-up Tron Legacy were dealt a tough blow when the developing Tron 3 was declared dead at Walt Disney Pictures. The sequel was said to be called Tron: Ascension with director Joseph Kosinski back behind the camera and Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde reprising their roles as Sam […]

The post There’s a Chance ‘Tron 3’ Could Eventually Happen appeared first on /Film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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Tron 3: there have been conversations, producer admits

8 August 2016 11:10 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Aug 9, 2016

Tron 3 might not be entirely dead, it seems, as its producer holds out hope for another movie...

It feels as though Tron 3 is one of those sequels that got very, very close to happening, before the plug was ultimately pulled. At one stage, it even looked as though the movie might shoot last year. But last we heard, Tron 3 was all but dead.

That said, producer Brigham Taylor is one of those who continues to hold out just a flicker of hope for a new film. “I’m always hopeful for that”, Taylor told Screen Rant.

“I just had a wonderful visit to Shanghai, where they have an amazing attraction based on Tron Legacy. The designers just did such an amazing job creating the feeling of stepping onto The Grid, and that indelible visual world that Lisberger created and Kosinski explored… and I think there’s a »

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Geoff Stults Enlists To Join Lionsgate’s Granite Mountain Hotshots

1 August 2016 2:54 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Granite Mountain beckons for Geoff Stults.

According to Deadline, Stults – best known for roles across Enlisted and, more recently The Odd Couples – has inked a deal to charge into the fiery mouth of madness as one of Lionsgate’s Hotshots, a group of seasoned firefighters who tragically lost their live three years ago during the Yarnell Hill wildfire.

Adapted for the big screen by Penned by Black Hawk Down scribe Ken Nolan and Eric Warren Singer, Granite Mountain has already enlisted the likes of Jennifer Connelly, Josh Brolin, Bleed for This star Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Hardy and James Badge Dale. But arguably the most notable talent can be found behind the lens – Joseph Kosinski.

Having made his break in Hollywood through cutting-edge science fiction (see Tron: Legacy and the Tom Cruise-fronted Oblivion), Kosinski is embarking on a marked creative shift with Granite Mountain and we couldn’t be more excited. »

- Michael Briers

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Jake Picking Joins Josh Brolin’s Arizona Wildfire Drama ‘Granite Mountain’ (Exclusive)

19 July 2016 11:17 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Actor Jake Picking has joined the cast of Josh Brolin‘s Arizona wildfire drama “Granite Mountain,” TheWrap has learned exclusively. Picking will portray one of the heroic crew to battle a lethal 2103 wildfire in Prescott, Arizona. The film is currently in production in New Mexico. “Granite Mountain,” originally titled “No Exit,” also stars Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges and Jennifer Connelly. Also Read: Josh Brolin, Miles Teller in Talks to Star in True Firefighter Tale 'No Exit' The film was written by Ken Nolan and Eric Warren Singer. Joseph Kosinski (“Tron: Legacy,” “Oblivion”) is directing, with Black »

- Matt Donnelly

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Delayed Sequels Have Become Immediate Profits

12 July 2016 7:29 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Can studios really expect theater audiences to keep coming back to old franchises decades after their original release? Looking at data over the last couple decades, the answer has become a resounding yes. This is an in-depth look at why that is. 

We all know that sequels are rarely better than the original film. And sequels of sequels tend to be even worse. Audiences are aware of this fact, which is why traditionally sequels usually gross less in theaters than the original film. If audiences don’t respond to the sequel as well as the original film, they are less inclined to see it more than once, or tell their friends to go see it. 

It becomes a matter of diminishing returns; studios try to eke out as much business from one franchise before it no longer makes financial sense to release another sequel. And with each sequel making less money, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (G.S. Perno)

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Do sequels ever really work when decades have passed since the first film?

27 June 2016 3:15 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

I still haven’t seen Independence Day: Resurgence, and there’s a good chance I won’t. When 20th Century Fox made the decision not to screen the film for Us press in advance of the film’s opening, they sent a very clear message to anyone paying attention, and it’s a message that I believe more and more studios would love to send to critics, especially on their giant event films: not only do we not need you, but we don’t want you. At all. And it’s true. Studios don’t really need to screen movies for critics. It’s a professional agreement that we all participate in, but more and more often, studios screen later and almost begrudgingly. I am amazed how many times this year alone I’ve had to basically beg to even find out when or if a screening is happening. The »

- Drew McWeeny

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Michael Sheen To Direct "Green River Killer"

24 June 2016 11:01 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Michael Sheen ("Underworld," "Tron: Legacy") will both star in and make his feature directorial debut on the thriller "Green River Killer" for QC Entertainment.

Sheen will portray the serial killer Gary Ridgway, who pleaded guilty in 2003 to forty-eight charges of first-degree murder of women in the state of Washington during the 1980s and 1990s. Ridgway was spared the death penalty in exchange for co-operation in locating the victims.

The story of follows the relationship between Ridgway and Tom Jensen, the latter spent two decades hunting the Green River Killer and is soon forced to live and work together with him in a dark alliance to uncover the truth.

Sheen will direct from his own screenplay, which made last year's Black List and is based on Jeff Jensen's Eisner award-winning graphic novel about the true story tale. Sheen, Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, Sean McKittrick and Ray Mansfield will produce.

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- Garth Franklin

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Dalian Wanda Acquires French Documentary ‘Game Fever’ for U.S., Asia (Exclusive)

21 June 2016 12:26 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris — Wang Jianlin’s Chinese powerhouse Dalian Wanda is on board to co-produce and handle the distribution of Herve Martin-Delpierre’s e-gaming documentary across Asia and the U.S.

Paris-based Zed, which produces and handles worldwide sales for “Game Fever,” has pre-sold all rights for Asia and theatrical rights for the U.S. The doc, commissioned by French pay TV Canal Plus, is co-produced by Dalian Wanda, Intuitive Pictures Inc, Radio Canada and Super Channel.

Zed retains the documentary’s TV, VOD and home video rights for the United States. A critically-acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Delpierre previously directed “Daft Punk Unchained” which sold worldwide and aired on Showtime in the U.S.

Shot over two and a half years in 4K, “Game Fever” depicts the ins and outs of the world of eSport, chronicling the lives of star players, including Moon, Gogoing, Cha Ji-Hoon, Sky and sOs from such cult games »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Will 'Independence Day: Resurgence' be this year's 'Jurassic World' - or this year's 'Tron: Legacy'?

17 June 2016 3:27 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

When Independence Day arrived in theaters in the summer of 1996, the monument-destroying blockbuster was a genuine box office phenomenon, grossing over $300 million domestically and $800 million worldwide by the end of its run. Unfortunately for the coffers of distributor 20th Century Fox, a sequel to the film never materialized -- at least until now, with the extremely-belated followup Independence Day: Resurgence slated to hit theaters next Thursday (sans the original film's breakout star Will Smith).  The question now is, can the sequel to one of the '90s biggest hits make an impact in the overcrowded marketplace of 2016 the way Jurassic World managed last summer? Or will its performance be closer to that of Tron: Legacy, which failed to match the heights some had predicted when it hit theaters in 2010? After surveying three box office experts for their thoughts on Resurgence’s box office potential, the answer appears perhaps grimmer than »

- Chris Eggertsen

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Olivia Wilde Directs New Red Hot Chili Peppers Music Video

16 June 2016 1:09 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When she’s not co-starring in the HBO series “Vinyl,” actress Olivia Wilde is busy directing music videos for big-deal bands that need A-list talent behind the camera. Case in point: Wilde recently directed a Red Hot Chili Peppers music video for the song “Dark Necessities,” the lead single off of their latest album “The Getaway.” The video features a group of long boarders skating around dark streets and a grocery store, drinking beers, and getting tattoos while the band plays the song in a separate room. Watch the video above.

Read More: Olivia Wilde on Refusing to Play the ‘Forgotten Suburban Housewife’ in HBO’s ‘Vinyl

Olivia Wilde has appeared in many films and TV show in the past ten years. Her best known work includes her stint on the medical drama “House” playing Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley, as well as her lead role in the Joe Swanberg film “Drinking Buddies.” She has also co-starred in “Tron: Legacy,” “Cowboys & Aliens,” “Rush,” “The Lazarus Effect,” and made a brief appearance in Spike Jonze’s “Her.” Wilde has previously directed a music video for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros for their song “No Love Like Yours.”

Vinyl” just wrapped up its first season in April, with HBO renewing the series for a second season to air sometime next year. Meanwhile, the Red Hot Chili Peppers just participated in “The Late Late Show’s” Carpool Karaoke segment with host James Corden.

Read More: Olivia Wilde On ‘Meadowland’ and How Motherhood Changed Her Creativity

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- Vikram Murthi

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‘Godfather of Disco’ Giorgio Moroder on Scoring ‘Tron’ and Other New Forays Into Soundtracks

13 June 2016 5:46 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“Godfather of disco” Giorgio Moroder, 76, has been really busy since the release in 2013 of Daft Punk album “Random Access Memories,” featuring his spoken word contribution in a tribute track titled “Giorgio by Moroder.” It generated his fourth Grammy, a globetrotting tour as a superstar disk spinner, and a solo album titled “Deja Vu,” released in 2015. More recently Moroder also revived his glorious career as a soundtrack composer, co-creating the music for Disney’s “Tron Run/r” videogame and for USA network’s TV series “Queen of the South,” set to go on air this summer in America. With current composing partner Raney Schokne, Moroder is also working on the soundtrack for Walter Hill’s upcoming gender reassignment thriller “Tomboy,” which stars Michelle Rodriguez as a male hitman who falls in the hands of a rogue surgeon – played by Sigourney Weaver – who turns him into a woman. He’s also got a new solo album in the works.

Moroder, who was honored on Friday at the American Academy in Rome with a McKim Medal, spoke to Variety about his new forays into crafting soundtracks and the latest twists in his career.

I think ‘Tron’ was the first time you scored a videogame. Was it a challenge?

It’s actually a lot easier than a movie. Because the tracks are a lot shorter. I can compose – say – fifteen-seconds of music; then we do about twenty different mixes of that piece, which the guy who is editing the game can use. It’s all very fast. And you don’t need to watch the visuals while you are composing, because you can’t do anything directly yourself anyway. I’m not saying it’s that easy, but it’s quite different. Also, initially the new ‘Tron’ videogame pieces were short, but then we made them longer. We made eight or nine three-or-four minute tracks.

Can you tell me about ‘Queen of the South’?

It’s about dirt poor Mexican woman who becomes a drug-smuggling queen. She goes from Mexico to Texas and becomes a Scarface-like drug lord character, sort of like a female El Chapo. It has some similarities with Mexican telenovela ‘La Reina Del Sur,’ which starred Kate del Castillo, the actress who was with Sean Penn when he interviewed El Chapo, so I guess it’s all interconnected.

I believe this was your first time scoring a TV series. What was the work like? 

The production sort of wanted the sound and fast rhythm I created in the 1970’s on songs like Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love,” and also Blondie’s “Call Me.” They also really liked my 1980’s work on the “Scarface” soundtrack. Initially I thought to myself: ‘I would have gone for a different sound.’ But now I’m really happy with the way Raney [Schokne] and I did it.

What can you tell me about working on Walter Hill’s ‘Tomboy’?

I met Walter Hill when he produced “Alien.” Right now “Tomboy” is one of my main projects. I’m working on it with Raney Shockne and we are almost done, but I can’t tell you more.

What’s your other main project?

I’m working on a new single with Windy Wagner, which I will be releasing after I finish my dj tour in September. It will be the first single from my next album.

What are the movie soundtracks you’ve done that you are most fond of? 

Well, I haven’t done that many. “Midnight Express” was all synth. It was my first film and is still the closest to my heart because, aside the fact that I won an Oscar for it, I had no idea what Alan Parker wanted. He never told me, so I did pretty much what I wanted. “Scarface” was a great film for me. But there are two really standout films for me. One is the theme I wrote for “Flashdance,” because it encapsulates a complete body of music. The lyrics are good, Irene Cara who sang it, was amazing. It was released before the movie, and it helped the movie. The other is “Take My Breath Away” [from “Top Gun”], that’s the one I like the most from a purely musical standpoint.

How does it feel at your age, to spin discs for such huge crowds?

I really like it. I’ve always wanted to be a performing artist, but my voice wasn’t that great. And I was also afraid of performing. So I never really pursued it. But now I’m not nervous at all. The great thing about it is around 70 percent of the tracks I play are my own, including some new tracks.

Your works have been remixed and covered so much. What’s your favorite redo of ‘I Feel Love’ besides the Donna Summer version?

I love the way violinist Vanessa Mae covered ‘I Feel Love,’ it’s certainly one of my favorite remixes of that song

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- Nick Vivarelli

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‘Godfather of Disco’ Giorgio Moroder on Scoring ‘Tron’ and Other New Forays Into Soundtracks

13 June 2016 5:46 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Godfather of disco” Giorgio Moroder, 76, has been really busy since the release in 2013 of Daft Punk album “Random Access Memories,” featuring his spoken word contribution in a tribute track titled “Giorgio by Moroder.” It generated his fourth Grammy, a globetrotting tour as a superstar disk spinner, and a solo album titled “Deja Vu,” released in 2015. More recently Moroder also revived his glorious career as a soundtrack composer, co-creating the music for Disney’s “Tron Run/r” videogame and for USA network’s TV series “Queen of the South,” set to go on air this summer in America. With current composing partner Raney Schokne, Moroder is also working on the soundtrack for Walter Hill’s upcoming gender reassignment thriller “Tomboy,” which stars Michelle Rodriguez as a male hitman who falls in the hands of a rogue surgeon – played by Sigourney Weaver – who turns him into a woman. He’s also got a new solo album in the works.

Moroder, who was honored on Friday at the American Academy in Rome with a McKim Medal, spoke to Variety about his new forays into crafting soundtracks and the latest twists in his career.

I think ‘Tron’ was the first time you scored a videogame. Was it a challenge?

It’s actually a lot easier than a movie. Because the tracks are a lot shorter. I can compose – say – fifteen-seconds of music; then we do about twenty different mixes of that piece, which the guy who is editing the game can use. It’s all very fast. And you don’t need to watch the visuals while you are composing, because you can’t do anything directly yourself anyway. I’m not saying it’s that easy, but it’s quite different. Also, initially the new ‘Tron’ videogame pieces were short, but then we made them longer. We made eight or nine three-or-four minute tracks.

Can you tell me about ‘Queen of the South’?

It’s about dirt poor Mexican woman who becomes a drug-smuggling queen. She goes from Mexico to Texas and becomes a Scarface-like drug lord character, sort of like a female El Chapo. It has some similarities with Mexican telenovela ‘La Reina Del Sur,’ which starred Kate del Castillo, the actress who was with Sean Penn when he interviewed El Chapo, so I guess it’s all interconnected.

I believe this was your first time scoring a TV series. What was the work like? 

The production sort of wanted the sound and fast rhythm I created in the 1970’s on songs like Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love,” and also Blondie’s “Call Me.” They also really liked my 1980’s work on the “Scarface” soundtrack. Initially I thought to myself: ‘I would have gone for a different sound.’ But now I’m really happy with the way Raney [Schokne] and I did it.

What can you tell me about working on Walter Hill’s ‘Tomboy’?

I met Walter Hill when he produced “Alien.” Right now “Tomboy” is one of my main projects. I’m working on it with Raney Shockne and we are almost done, but I can’t tell you more.

What’s your other main project?

I’m working on a new single with Windy Wagner, which I will be releasing after I finish my dj tour in September. It will be the first single from my next album.

What are the movie soundtracks you’ve done that you are most fond of? 

Well, I haven’t done that many. “Midnight Express” was all synth. It was my first film and is still the closest to my heart because, aside the fact that I won an Oscar for it, I had no idea what Alan Parker wanted. He never told me, so I did pretty much what I wanted. “Scarface” was a great film for me. But there are two really standout films for me. One is the theme I wrote for “Flashdance,” because it encapsulates a complete body of music. The lyrics are good, Irene Cara who sang it, was amazing. It was released before the movie, and it helped the movie. The other is “Take My Breath Away” [from “Top Gun”], that’s the one I like the most from a purely musical standpoint.

How does it feel at your age, to spin discs for such huge crowds?

I really like it. I’ve always wanted to be a performing artist, but my voice wasn’t that great. And I was also afraid of performing. So I never really pursued it. But now I’m not nervous at all. The great thing about it is around 70 percent of the tracks I play are my own, including some new tracks.

Your works have been remixed and covered so much. What’s your favorite redo of ‘I Feel Love’ besides the Donna Summer version?

I love the way violinist Vanessa Mae covered ‘I Feel Love,’ it’s certainly one of my favorite remixes of that song

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- Nick Vivarelli

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Goldstone's Alex Russell will fight fires alongside Josh Brolin and Miles Teller

9 June 2016 8:24 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Alex Russell in Oranges Don't Grow on Trees, produced by his production company Five Lip Films.

Goldstone's Alex Russell is joining Miles Teller and Josh Brolin in firefighter film Granite Mountain, directed by Oblivion and Tron: Legacy helmer Joseph Kosinski for Lionsgate..

Principal photography begins next week on the film, based on the true story of a group of firefighters known as the Granite Mountain hotshots who lost 19 members as they fought one of deadliest wildfires in Arizona history.

The film also stars Jeff Bridges and Taylor Kitsch.

Russell recently completed Greg McLean.s Jungle with Daniel Radcliffe in Queensland and Ivan Sen.s Goldstone, which opened the Sydney Film Festival on Wednesday night.

The Rockhampton native got his break in Wa feature Wasted on the Young in 2010.

He's since starred in films such as Chronicle, Unbroken and Cut Snake, and has also launched his own production company Five Lip Films. »

- Staff Writer

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Andie MacDowell Joins Josh Brolin-Miles Teller Firefighter Film ‘Granite Mountain’

7 June 2016 10:56 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Andie MacDowell has rounded out the cast of the Black Label Media and Lionsgate film “Granite Mountain,” starring Josh Brolin and Miles Teller.

Originally titled “No Exit,” the film also stars Jeff Bridges, Taylor Kitsch and James Badge Dale.

Tron: Legacy” helmer Joseph Kosinski will direct the movie, which follows the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of firefighters that faced one of the deadliest wildfires in history in order to save an Arizona town, resulting in the tragic death of 19 crew members. Kitsch and Bridges will play firefighters in the pic.

Ken Nolan developed the story on spec with the producers.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam, Conde Nast Entertainment’s Jeremy Steckler and Dawn Ostroff, Mike Menchel, Black Label Media’s Molly Smith, Trent Luckinbill and Thad Luckinbill are producing the film, which Black Label is financing.

Di Bonaventura also has “Deep Water Horizon” on the pipeline with Lionsgate.

Lionsgate »

- Justin Kroll

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‘Chronicle’ Star Alex Russell Joins Miles Teller in Firefighter Film ‘Granite Mountain’ (Exclusive)

6 June 2016 5:04 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Alex Russell is joining Miles Teller and Josh Brolin in Lionsgate and Black Label Media’s firefighter pic “Granite Mountain.”

Originally titled “No Exit,” the film also stars Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale and Taylor Kitsch.

Tron: Legacy” helmer Joseph Kosinski will direct the film, which follows the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of firefighters that faced one of the deadliest wildfires in history in order to save an Arizona town, resulting in the tragic death of 19 crew members. Kitsch and Bridges will play firefighters in the film.

Ken Nolan developed the story on spec with the producers.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam, Conde Nast Entertainment’s Jeremy Steckler and Dawn Ostroff, Mike Menchel, Black Label Media’s Molly Smith, Trent Luckinbill and Thad Luckinbill are producing the film. Black Label is financing.

Di Bonaventura also has “Deep Water Horizon” on the pipeline with Lionsgate.

Lionsgate saw strong international sales »

- Justin Kroll

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‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Archangel Ben Hardy Joins ‘Granite Mountain’ Hotshot Crew

6 June 2016 3:40 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Ben Hardy, who is onscreen as Archangel in X-Men: Apocalypse, has joined the cast of Granite Mountain, portraying one of the heroic firemen whose life was lost in the battle to douse the 2013 Yarnell Hill wildfire in Arizona. He joins Jennifer Connelly, Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Taylor Kitsch and James Badge Dale in the feature directed by Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion, Tron: Legacy). The screenplay was written by Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down, Transform… »

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