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Due to the ageism that exists for female actresses in Hollywood, we haven’t seen much of Sharon Stone in the more popular movies of the past decade. In the past 10 years she’s had parts in Alpha Dog, Bobby, Lovelace, Fading Gigolo and that awful Basic Instinct sequel in 2006. Stone even starred in her […]
- Ethan Anderton
Oscar winner Penelope Cruz is set to star in the drama “Layover” from writer-director Toni Kalem (“The Sopranos”), it was announced Thursday by producers Jim Young (“Lovelace”) of Animus Films and Tatiana Kelly (“The Words”) of Serena Films. Cruz will also produce the film alongside Young and Kelly, while Fortitude International’s Nadine de Barros (“Drunk Parents”) and Robert Ogden Barnum (“Elvis & Nixon”) will serve as executive producers. In addition to financing “Layover,” Fortitude International is handling foreign sales and will present the project to buyers in Cannes. Based on the novel of the same name by best-selling author Lisa Zeidner, »
- Jeff Sneider
David Lynch today unveiled the full cast list for his upcoming Showtime Twin Peaks follow-up — and is it a doozy. Two hundred and seventeen actors are credited, with both newcomers and returning thespians. Previously only Kyle MacLachlan had been confirmed as FBI Agent Dale Cooper.
Will Agent Cooper use a smartphone?
Let’s check out some of the more interesting names on the list, shall we?
Michael Cera: The erstwhile Scott Pilgrim has been keeping busy since his breakout role as George Michael Bluth on Arrested Development, but he usually sticks with comedy (Year One, Superbad). It’ll be interesting to see him tackle something so dark.
Will this hair get frizzier in perpetually damp Twin Peaks?
Trent Reznor: The Oscar-winning composer and Nine Inch Nails wizard has only two credits under his belt (aside from three video shorts): a 2000 Swedish thriller called Recycled and the 1987 Michael J. Fox »
- Harker Jones
3 items from 2016