13 items from 2015
Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel and Bill Murray star in this story of a military contractor who screws up a major deal and is forced to return to his old life in Hawaii to help with a U.S. Space mission.
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There, he tries to reconnect with an old flame (McAdams) while at the same time begins to fall for a young, overly enthusiastic Air Force pilot (Stone) assigned to keep an eye on him.
The plot seems to just be a backdrop to showcase some really lovely performances by a painfully adorable Stone, a ridiculously gorgeous McAdams, a silently stoic Krasinski and Baldwin, who's basically just channeling his 30 Rock character Jack Donaghy »
Originally called "Deep Tiki," the film was ready to go a few years ago with a much different cast (led by Ben Stiller), before being reassembled with Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in the primary roles. The film concerns a disgraced defense contractor who is sent to Hawaii to supervise a satellite array and, while there, true to form, falls in love. The ridiculously starry cast also includes Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Jay Baruchel. There will also, presumably, be well-known pop songs expertly placed for maximum emotional devastation.
What's interesting about the film, which at one point also went by the name "Volcano Romance," is that there was, at least initially, an element of magic and mysticism »
- Drew Taylor
Cameron Crowe must have a heart of gold, because he can get just about any actor in Hollywood to work with him, and his movies both good and bad have been precociously heart-warming and crowd-pleasing. His last film starred Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, several wild animals and a little girl as Damon’s daughter so impossibly cute that she can’t actually exist in real life. It was 2011′s We Bought a Zoo, and despite some delays, Crowe is now following up that big bear hug of a movie with another potential tearjerker.
Aloha stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams, with Cooper playing a military contractor falling in love with Stone’s chipper young Air Force pilot, all while reconnecting with his old girlfriend played by McAdams. Toss in Bill Murray, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, and John Krasinski and you got yourself a movie, wild animals or not. »
- Brian Welk
Cameron Crowe went from seemingly Mia to furiously busy in recent years. That is to say after 2005’s "Elizabethtown," the director hadn't made a feature film in six years. That all changed in 2011 when he released three films in one year: “We Bought A Zoo,” a documentary on Pearl Jam, and another on Elton John and Leon Russell's collaborative album, "The Union.” During this same fruitful period he wrote a screenplay, maybe not unlike “Jerry Maguire,” set in Hawaii, called “Deep Tiki.” It almost got off the ground several years ago with an entirely different cast, but was halted for all the various reasons studio films can go sideways. Fast-forward to present day and the project is in the can and done. Titled "Aloha," the movie stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams, and the first trailer for the movie is here. “Aloha” centers on a celebrated military »
- Edward Davis
Sometimes you have to say goodbye before you can say hello in the first trailer for Aloha, which marks director Cameron Crowe's first film since the 2011 adaptation We Bought a Zoo. The project was given the title Aloha after going through production and post-production untitled, and now we finally have our first look at this new drama, starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone.
Bradley Cooper plays a defense contractor who gets re-assigned to his old stomping grounds at the U.S. space program in Honolulu, Hawaii, after failing at a recent assignment. Upon arrival, he not only reconnects with his ex-lover, but he also unexpectedly falls for the Air Force pilot (Emma Stone) assigned to him. Sony Pictures has not released an official synopsis yet, but earlier reports revealed that mysterious island forces come into play during the course of this story.
Remember Cameron Crowec The Almost Famous writer/director has not made a film since 2011's We Bought a Zoo. Remember that onec Yeah... Well, he has made a new film called Aloha, and the first trailer was just released, which you can watch below. I feel like there was a time when film fans were eagerly anticipating the newest Cameron Crowe film. Though with lackluster outings like Elizabethtown and the aforementioned zoo film, is he really someone you can get excited forc He has assembled a pretty impressive cast here including Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, and Alec Baldwin. I wonder if the success of American Sniper will make new Cooper fans seek this out. We will see when the film opens May 29th. Again,. you can watch the new trailer below. sb id="1450559" height="360" width="640" A 37-year-old disgraced Us weapons consultant named Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) is disliked by most everyone. »
- Mike Shutt
Bradley Cooper has enjoyed a big success recently with true-life, if controversial, military story American Sniper. He’s once more back with the armed forces – if a little more adjacent – for Cameron Crowe’s latest comedy drama, which now bears the title Aloha. Take a look at the first trailer for the movie.Crowe, who suffered a serious setback with Elizabethtown but seemed to rebound a little with We Bought A Zoo, is playing firmly to his strengths here, even if the film had to endure a little development hell on its way to the screen.With vague overtones of Elizabethtown in its hero’s past, Cooper plays Brian Gilcrest, a military contractor who once blew a massive assignment in Hawaii, much to the displeasure of gruff military man Alec Baldwin, and former flame Tracy (Rachel McAdams). But Gilcrest still has enough of a reputation that he’s sent back »
At long last, We Bought a Zoo director Cameron Crowe has settled on a new (if unavoidably boring) title for his upcoming, Hawaii-set romantic comedy, which will star Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone: Aloha.
Previously titled Deep Tiki, the star-studded film will follow a well-established defense contractor (Cooper) who returns to scenic Hawaii to oversee the launch of a new weapons satellite, reconnecting with a lost love (Rachel McAdams) in the process. However, after experiencing a profound change of heart, he teams up – and inevitably falls head over heels for – an Air Force pilot (Stone) in order to sabotage the launch. Bill Murray co-stars as a mysterious billionaire with suspicious intentions, while John Krasinski and Danny McBride also have roles.
Outside of that, details on the project are sparse, though rumors persist that mystical entities, including a talking computer and ancient island spirits, factor into the story. The entire »
- Isaac Feldberg
While the Hallmark Hall of Fame label once denoted more ambitious material than the regular bill of fare on the Hallmark Channel, that distinction – even before its migration from broadcast exclusively to its namesake network – has been largely lost. That’s also true with “Away & Back,” the cabler’s pre-Valentine’s Day offering. Granted, the casting of Jason Lee and Minka Kelly might be intriguing, but otherwise, this made-for-tv movie is as generic as its title. Flimsily built around a family of swans, the shots of them are certainly majestic. Everything else about the Hall of Fame’s latest flight is strictly for the birds.
Kelly plays Ginny, an ornithologist committed to studying and preserving these rare birds. Still, she’s a bit of a bull (or ostrich) in the china shop when she meets Jack (Lee) and his 10-year-old daughter Frankie (Maggie Elizabeth Jones, the adorable kid in “We Bought a Zoo »
- Brian Lowry
The latest Honest Trailer from the folks at Screen Junkies has arrived online, and this time they’ve turned their attention to David Fincher’s adaptation of the Gillian Flynn novel Gone Girl. Check it out here…
Gone Girl stars Ben Affleck (Argo), Rosamund Pike (Wrath of the Titans), Emily Ratajkowski (iCarly), Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother), Tyler Perry (Madea Gets A Job), Missi Pyle (The Artist), Patrick Fugit (We Bought a Zoo) and Scoot McNairy (12 Years a Slave).
Read our review of Gone Girl here, and listen to the Flickering Myth Podcast review in the player below…
- Gary Collinson
Exclusive: John Lesher, freshly nominated for the PGA Award for Birdman, is joining Lbi Entertainment, the management/production company founded by Rick Yorn, Ian Montone and Dave Baram, with Julie Yorn running the production business.
The details and structure still are being worked out, but I’ve confirmed that Lesher is joining forces with a team he has a long relationship with. They will collaborate on future projects, as the next step in his career. “Taking on this next chapter working with Rick and Julie is a dream come true,” said Lesher in confirming the move. “We do different things and we complement each other, and together this will be exciting.”
Lesher, once a top-tier agent of directing talent at UTA and Endeavor before he ran Paramount Classics and then Paramount Pictures, has fast become a taste-making producer through his Le Grisbi Productions shingle. The most recent success is Birdman, »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Fanning is currently in negotiations to take on the lead role.
Filming will take place in Los Angeles from March.
The Neon Demon is scheduled for a 2016 release. »
Written by Refn and newcomer Mary Laws, “Neon Demon” is a female-driven horror film that the director’s longtime producing partner Lene Borglum will produce via their Space Rocket banner.
Fanning will play an aspiring model who is caught in a world of beauty and demise.
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- Jeff Sneider
13 items from 2015
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