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Hasn't it been years since we've seen Christopher Walken in anything? I guess his last big movie was Balls of Fury, which I never saw. So, the oddly funny wiseguy has been M.I.A from my movie list since Wedding Crashers. That's sad.
Let's get our first glimpse of his new movie Kill The Irishman in this poster courtesy of cinemablend.com.
As you can see the from this poster, it also stars one of my all-time favorites in Val Kilmer, and the underrated Vincent D'Onofrio. Ray Stevenson, who played Frank Castle in the painfully bad gorefest Punisher: War Zone will be the main man in this one. »
- Patrick Fancher
Ted Hope is producing via his newly launched, New York-based shingle Double Hope Films.
The film centers on a thirtysomething man (Gelber) in arrested development who lives with his parents (Walken and Farrow), reluctantly works for his father and avidly collects toys. He seeks out a thirtysomething woman (Blair) in arrested development in an attempt to shed the "dark horse" status in his family and finally accomplish something.
Already cast are Justin Bartha ("The Hangover") as Gelber's more successful brother, Zachary Booth ("Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist") as Gelber's easygoing cousin and Donna Murphy (TNT's "Trust Me") as Walken's secretary.
Principal photography began this week, »
- By Borys Kit
Exciting – if still rumour-y – news coming out of Deadline today: one of Martin Scorsese’s possible future projects, hit man tale The Irishman, which already features Robert De Niro aiming to star, has now attracted the attention of Joe Pesci and Al Pacino.Adapted from Charles Brandt’s book I Heard You Paint Houses, the film will follow the life of mob hit man Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, with De Niro playing the conflicted Sheeran.It’s been slowly developing at Paramount, with Scorsese pondering whether to make it as his next movie after Hugo Cabret. Since he hasn’t yet committed yet, we’re considering Pacino and Pesci in the “likely” file rather than attached, but who doesn’t want to see De Niro and Pacino in particular together again, if only to wash the mess that was Righteous Kill from our collective cinematic experience?This Irishman might be »
Mickey Rourke and his BAFTA awardDeadline reports Mickey Rourke will star in an adaptation of Philip Carlo's book The Ice Man: Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer, which tells the true story of Richard "The Ice Man" Kuklinski who for over 40 years led a double life as a notorious professional assassin and a loving husband and father in suburban New Jersey. David McKenna (American History X, Blow) is writing the screenplay.
The Hollywood Reporter has the news that Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch have signed on to star in the black comedy Killer Joe for director William Friedkin (The Exorcist, The French Connection). The script, by Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning writer Tracy Letts, centers on »
- Kevin Blumeyer
Accented Actors in The Irishman: #behindthescenes videos with Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Ray Stevenson http://ow.ly/2sDP9 # Tweet This! Share this on Facebook Post this to MySpace Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on LinkedIn Email this to a friend? Subscribe to the comments for this post? »
Cool New #MortalKombatRebirth Trailer… Viral Campaign to Kick Start New Film? Next Game in #MortalKombat Series? http://ow.ly/1Vuxq # All New #ATeam Clips, Interviews and Behind-the-Scenes…Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson, Rampage, Sharlto Copley and More http://ow.ly/1Vuku # Go Behind-the-Scenes on Gangster Flick 'The Irishman' with Producer Bart Rosenblatt… http://ow.ly/1Vowc # New Grumpy Old Men… I Mean, ‘Expendables’ Trailer. If You »
Shirley MacLaine, Maria Bello, Christina Ricci, John Corbett and Bill Pullman already are aboard the project about a widow who finds herself heading to Las Vegas with her granddaughter after a pile of money falls in her lap. Blythe Frank and Agathe David-Weill are producing the film; Michael Mailer is an executive producer.
Toronto-based Peace Arch Entertainment is repping presales of the project at the Marche du Film. Shooting is scheduled to begin in Connecticut and Nevada in August. CAA and Icm packaged the film.
The Icm-repped Walken most recently appeared in "Balls of Fury," "Hairspray" and "Man of the Year." He has Tony Vitale's comedy "Life's a Beach" forthcoming, and he's starring in Jonathan Hensleigh's "The Irishman," which Lightning Entertainment is selling at the Cannes market.
- By Jay A. Fernandez
Later this year, we will receive two more heaping platefuls of Irish gangsterism. In September, Martin Scorsese presents a new HBO mini-series called "Boardwalk Empire," about the creation of gambling mecca Atlantic City, featuring numerous Irish underworld characters. Also, "The Irishman" is expected to hit the big screen in late 2010. Starring Christopher Walken, the film explores the rise and fall of Cleveland killer Danny Greene, the Celtic-obsessed gangster who challenged Cleveland’s high-level Italian American mob. But if your appetite for Irish crime lords is such that your can’t wait, stroll over to St. Mark’s Place on the Lower East Side where the Museum of the American Gangster is about to open. Located in a former speak-easy, the museum is currently conducting preview tours. When renovations are completed in the coming weeks, viewers will be able to explore the entire facility, where it is said Frank Sinatra (no »
Jude Law gets his just desserts in ‘Repo Men’ http://ow.ly/1gQgT # Producer Tommy Reid interview on ‘The Irishman’ http://ow.ly/1gOCR # Corey Haim dies at age 38 http://ow.ly/1gGCq # Tweet This! Share this on Facebook Post this to MySpace Digg this! Share this on del.icio.us Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Linkedin Email this to a friend? Subscribe to the comments for »
"Chlorine" revolves around a family struggling to maintain their well-to-do lifestyle in their overly materialistic New England community. Sedgwick plays the matriarch, who is more interested in appearances than for caring or showing affection toward her husband (D'Onofrio) and pushes him into a bad real estate deal.
Alaimo co-wrote and directed "Slingshot," starring Julianna Margulies. This isn't the first time he has tried to film "Chlorine"; a few years ago, the filmmaker assembled a cast that included Ray Liotta and Demi Moore, but the pic fell apart because of Hurricane Katrina and scheduling.
After "Chlorine," Sedgwick jumps back into production »
- By Borys Kit
One month, 280 films and 70,000 words later, my guide to the films of 2010 is now complete. I hope you've enjoyed reading it all - it's been utterly exhausting but an ultimately rewarding venture I've been single-handedly pulling together since early December. If you have liked it, my only request is that you help spread the word about it now that it's all done.
If you're a fellow blogger or site owner, please give it a plug on your site. If you're a reader, give it a mention on Facebook, Twitter or other online places you might venture. A lot of effort went into this, the greatest reward so far has been seeing it talked about and hearing your reactions. I'm glad many of you have gotten a lot of use out of the previous pages, so I hope you enjoy this final part:
- Garth Franklin
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