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Just a quick note to wish our readers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from everyone here at Flickering Myth, and to say thank you for your support during this past year.
We'll be posting our 'Top 10 Movies of 2010' on New Year's Eve, but for the moment here's a selection of films to look out for in the coming year...
Hall Pass (dir. Farrelly Brothers)
Paul (dir. Greg Mottola)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules (dir. »
Brad Pitt entered 2010 with the famous shaggy beaded goatee that he started growing out in 2009. His scruff had already made headlines and earned pleas from fans who wanted his sexy face back, but it wasn't until July that he shaved off the mane to start shooting Moneyball. The return of his bare, sexy face was a sight to behold, though since then he's been sporting various stages of stubble. So let's take a look back at Brad's wild year in facial hair, from long and decorated to smooth and smoking hot. Also don't forget to check out all of the polls and slideshows in our Best of 2010 coverage! View Slideshow › »
In Touch is wrapping up an amazing 2010 of Angelina Jolie coverage. In the last few months alone, the tabloid claimed Jolie was a "tyrant" and "madwoman" on the set of her directorial debut, had allowed her children to become filthy-mouthed "monsters," was frantic about Brad Pitt and his female "Moneyball" extras, "betrayed" Pitt with her own sex scenes in "The Tourist," strained her family relationships by being concerned for Pakistani flood victims, and was jealous of Pitt's good looks. So it's no surprise the In Touch gang decided to squeeze in some more Brangelina baloney before New Year's. »
- Daniel Jacobson
We’ve known this for awhile now, but Sony has confirmed Jonah Hill (Get Him to the Greek) and Channing Tatum (Dear John) will star in the upcoming adaptation of 21 Jump Street. Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs) will be directing the film, which will be written by Michael Bacall (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World). Hill came up with the story with Bacall and has described it as being “a John Hughes movie with ‘Bad Boys’ style action.” Emma Stone was attached to star in the film, but recently had to drop out due to her commitment with the upcoming Spider-Man reboot. 21 Jump Street is currently set to for a March 16, 2012 release date. You can hit the jump to read the press release.
- Ramses Flores
I can’t believe it came out this year, but Miguel Arteta‘s Youth In Revolt hit theaters the first weekend of January and it dissuaded the infamous January/February curse of terrible films. It remains one of my favorite comedies of the year, and although it grossed less than the other Michael Cera-starrer Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, it actually turned out to be more profitable.
After being mishandled by the Weinstein Company, Miguel Arteta‘s next film is in the hands of Fox Searchlight, with a better outlook. The film just landed a February 11th, 2011 date (via Ion Cinema) and will open limited next to four wide releases including The Eagle, Gnomeo and Juliet, Just Go With It, and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. This date gives us hope the film could possibly see a debut at Sundance Film Festival. Their initial line-up gets announced next week. »
- Jordan Raup
Sony will release the Brad Pitt starrer "Moneyball" on Sept. 23, 2011. According to Variety, Bennett Miller is directing from a script by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin.Scott Rudin, Michael De Luca and Rachel Horovitz are producing.Pitt, Robin Wright, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Stephen Bishop and Kathryn Morris star in the film.The film is based on the bestselling Michael Lewis book about Billy Beane (Pitt), the former baseball player who found success as the Oakland A.s general manager fielding competitive teams for low cost.It will go up against Lionsgate's John Singleton thriller "Abduction," starring Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, Sigourney Weaver and Maria Bello. »
- Adnan Tezer
Photos of the two key villains in the upcoming "Green Lantern" film have emerged. The first is a photo of Peter Sarsgaard as Dr. Hector Hammond, a scientist whose exposure to meteorite radiation causes his brain to grow to a huge size and grants him psionic powers allowing him to control the minds of others. The second is a concept art shot of Parallax, a parasitic entity that causes fear and paranoia on the worlds it travels between.
"With no "Saw" sequel and the shine definitely off the "Paranormal Activity" franchise, Universal is staking out an October 14th release date »
- Garth Franklin
The upcoming films The Thing and Moneyball have landed new release dates. The Thing, which is a prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter horror film of the same name, was originally set for April 29, 2011, but then Universal decided to give that date to the new Fast and Furious film, Fast Five. Now Universal is tweeting that The Thing will open on October 14, 2011. The film, which stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Joel Edgerton, will now square off at the box office against the remake of Footloose and Paul W.S. Anderson’s 3D adaptation of The Three Musketeers.
Also getting a release date is Bennett Miller’s Moneyball starring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill. The film, which centers on how the Oakland Athletics became a competitive ballclub through utilizing statistics, will open on September 23, 2011 according to Box Office Mojo. The only other film currently set for that date is the action flick Abduction »
- Matt Goldberg
Los Angeles, CA (November 15, 2010) – The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced today that producer Scott Rudin will receive the 2011 David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Motion Pictures. The award will be presented to Rudin at the 22nd Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on Saturday, January 22nd at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The Producers Guild of America’s Selznick Achievement Award recognizes a producer’s outstanding body of work in motion pictures. The honor has a rich and distinguished history with past recipients including such legendary producers as Stanley Kramer, Saul Zaentz, Clint Eastwood, Billy Wilder, Robert Evans, Brian Grazer, Jerry Bruckheimer, Roger Corman, Laura Ziskin, Kathleen Kennedy & Frank Marshall, and last year’s 2010 recipient was Pixar’s John Lasseter. “Scott Rudin’s body of work speaks for itself. He has impressively set a high bar for filmmaking and the Guild is proud to honor him with the Selznick Award this year, »
- MIKE FLEMING
Brad Pitt has exited James Gray’s adaptation of the non-fiction bestseller The Lost City of Z. The book centers on Col. Percy Fawcett’s attempts to find El Dorado and his mysterious disappearance during a 1925 expedition to find the city while trekking through the Amazon. According to Vulture, Pitt left the project due to an impasse with Paramount over compensation for Gray.
But Pitt has plenty else to keep him busy. A couple days ago, we reported that he had signed on to reunite with his Assassination of Jesse James director Andrew Dominik for the crime drama Cogan’s Trade. He may also star in an adaptation of Mark Greaney’s spy novel The Gray Man. Pitt has also been linked to an adaptation of Max Brooks’ book World War Z. As Pitt plans ahead, the famous actor has two major films set for release next year: Bennett Miller »
- Matt Goldberg
Jonah Hill is currently doing press rounds for the Dreamworks Animation film Megamind, and he’s updated on a few projects he has coming up. The next project Hill will work on is the 21 Jump Street reboot:
“I won’t do another movie before [21 Jump Street] as of right now… I think we’ll have some cool casting announcements to make very, very soon.”
On a related note, Emma Stone was recently offered the lead role in Jump Street. The film will be directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs) from a script by Hill and Josh Applebaum (Alias). The film looks to start shooting early next year for a March 16, 2012 release date. For more of what Hill had to say, including his involvement in Zoolander 2 and a planned R-rated CGI animated flick with Superbad writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, hit the jump.
- Adam Chitwood
Back in January we were all anxiously eyeing Brad Pitt's goatee and comforting ourselves by saying, no, it was just for his role in The Lost City of Z, and surely he wouldn't let that thing mar his face forever. Well, he didn't-- he shaved it for his role in Moneyball, and quite possibly to find the roll of quarters he lost in there, but now it looks like he grew out the whole damn monstrosity for nothing. After years of waiting for the movie to get a script in place, Pitt has bailed on the project, reports Vulture. Apparently the problem wasn't the script but what Paramount was willing to pay director James Gray, whose last film Two Lovers suffered financially thanks to star Joaquin Phoenix's pseudo-meltdown during the publicity tour. Vulture doesn't specify how much Gray was asking for, but he's never been a guy who made blockbusters, »
Director Andrew Dominik seems intent on getting the Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford gang back together for his next film, Cogan’s Trade. Some sleuthing linked Casey Affleck to Trade earlier today; now co-star Sam Rockwell is similarly rumored, while Brad Pitt has signed on to the project in a more official capacity. According to Heat Vision, Pitt will play Jackie Cogan, “a professional enforcer who investigates a heist that takes place during a high stakes poker game under protection of the mob.”
Of course, starring in Jesse James isn’t a contractual necessity. Mark Ruffalo and Javier Bardem are likewise under consideration for a role in the film. Hit the jump for a look at where Trade fits into Pitt’s schedule alongside the script for The Gray Man.
With Moneyball and Tree of Life in post-production, Pitt has reportedly not decided on his next project. »
- Brendan Bettinger
One of the most beautiful films in the last decade was Andrew Dominik‘s 2007 western The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford starring Brad Pitt, Casey Affleck and Sam Rockwell. Deadline confirms an earlier report by The Playlist that we may be seeing all three team with the director team again.
The project is Cogan’s Trade, “a comedic crime saga” in which Pitt will produce and star as Jackie Cogan, “a professional enforcer who investigates a heist that takes place during a high stakes poker game held under the protection of the mob.” Casey Affleck, Sam Rockwell, Mark Ruffalo, and Javier Bardem are all rumored to join the ensemble piece written by Dominik.
The director has his Naomi Watts-starring Marilyn Monroe pic Blonde in pre-production, and while Pitt has completed both Tree of Life and Moneyball, he has nothing lined up on the horizon. Aside from World War Z, »
- Jordan Raup
Exclusive: Brad Pitt is negotiating to star in and produce Cogan's Trade, a comedic crime saga that re-teams Pitt with Andrew Dominik, who directed Pitt in the gunslinger role in the 2007 Western The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford. This time, Pitt will play Jackie Cogan, a professional enforcer who investigates a heist that takes place during a high stakes poker game held under the protection of the mob. The picture is an ensemble and Pitt's Jesse James co-star Casey Affleck has been also rumored as a possible participant. Dominik wrote the script. The New Zealand-born filmmaker has only directed two films, making his debut on the Eric Bana-starrer Chopper in 2000. Cogan's Trade has been set up independently, financed by Inferno Entertainment, which will handle international sales. The picture is being produced by Plan B's Pitt and Dede Gardner and Chockstone's Steve Schwartz and Paula Mae Schwartz. »
- MIKE FLEMING
By Josh Wigler, with reporting by Josh Horowitz
Photo: MTV News
Jonah Hill is a busy, busy man. The comedian is currently in the midst of shooting "The Sitter," an R-rated comedy from director David Gordon Green about the misadventures of three kids and their filthy-mouthed babysitter, played by Hill. But there's much more on the "Superbad" actor's plate in the near future, starting, thankfully, with "21 Jump Street."
"That should be shooting early next year," Hill told MTV News of his planned remake of the 1980s cop series. "It will be my next movie. I won't do another movie before that movie as of right now."
Hill's "21 Jump Street" revival has been in development for more than two years now, but according to the actor and screenwriter, production should »
Brad Pitt stuck around for lunch from craft services while watching Angelina Jolie work on her directorial debut in Hungary today. He snuck in a smoke after sharing the meal, and later Angelina was on her own shooting into the night. Brad's stop by the set included some sweet affectionate moments including a passionate kiss earlier in the afternoon. Over the Summer, it was Angelina's job to bring the kids to see Brad filming Moneyball in Oakland, and now it's his turn to take over the duties and hopefully tote some of their little ones along for his next visit. View 15 Photos › To see more of Brad and Angelina, just read more. View 15 Photos › »
- Molly Goodson
Brad takes a romantic tour of Angie’s new film set and the Hollywood heartthrobs look like cute young lovebirds!
It looks like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are still just as in love as the day they met in these new photos from the set of Angie’s new film! The 46-year-old actor stopped by to visit his director gal Oct. 13 in Budapest (the couple’s new home) to surprise her and snap a few photos with his Leica camera. Angie was all smiles with Brad’s arm wrapped around her waist as she took him on a romantic tour of the set.
Brad arrived in Budapest last week with the couple’s 2-year-old twins Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline in tow to join Angie, 35, and the rest of their kids — daughters Shiloh, 4, and Zahara, 5, and sons Maddox, 9, and Pax, 6 — after wrapping his new movie Moneyball in Boston.
If Angelina Jolie is stressing on the set of her directorial debut in Hungary, she had some sweet support to calm those nerves: Brad Pitt stopped by Wednesday and gave her a kiss. Jolie, 35, has teamed up with Oscar-winning producer Graham King on her yet untitled film, which began shooting last week - and she's already assembled a European cast for the love story set against the backdrop of the Bosnian War. Before joining his family in Hungary, Pitt was filming his new movie Moneyball, most recently in Boston. His children, meanwhile, have enrolled in a French-American school in Budapest. »
Brad Pitt stopped by to watch Angelina Jolie hard at work on the set of her new movie in Budapest, Hungary, today. It's her first foray into directing, and the movie star looked like she was having a blast learning the ropes. She's also getting help from some of the best, including Oscar-nominated producer Graham King. Brad brought the twins Knox and Vivienne to join the rest of the family in the city late last week when he finished shooting Moneyball in Boston. Since then, he's been taking care of the kids and visiting Angelina, though he's still learning the area and once rode up to the wrong house on his motorcycle. Pax, Maddox, Shiloh, and Zahara started school in Budapest as they settle into their latest spot, and Angelina, for one, looks right at home behind the cameras already with her supportive partner by her side. View 30 Photos › To »
- Molly Goodson
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