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She’s got the glow!
On Sunday, Teresa Palmer hit the red carpet for the Australian premiere of her war film Hacksaw Ridge. The mom-to-be donned a beautiful red floor-length gown with a belt placed just above her growing baby belly as she was joined by the film’s director Mel Gibson for some photo ops.
Palmer, 30, is due in early December with her second child with husband Mark Webber. The twosome are already parents to son Bodhi Rain, 2½.
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- Jen Juneau
The biopic tells the story of one of the most wanted men in Australian outlaw history. After years on the run in the outback, Ben Hall and his infamous band of outlaws decide to ride again in order to steal enough cash and gold so they can flee to America and greener pastures.
The reunited gang prove unstoppable until one fateful day, when holding up a mail coach, a police sergeant is shot dead. With the bounty on their heads growing and nowhere to go, Ben and his gang must now fight to the bitter end.
- Jackie Keast
We’ll soon find out if The Disappointments Room is another hit for D.J. Caruso (who helmed such diverse films as The Salton Sea, Disturbia, Eagle Eye, and I Am Number Four), but in the meantime here’s a sneak peek clip… Continue Reading →
The post Show of Hands… Who Wants Another Sneak Peek of The Disappointments Room? appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Debi Moore
Ryan Lambie Aug 25, 2016
"This room's not on the floorplans!" There's much that's familiar about The Disappointments Room, but we like its pedigree. Its director is DJ Caruso, who directed the solid thrillers Disturbia and Eagle Eye, as well as the hilariously odd adaptation of I Am Number Four. Its writer is Wentworth Miller, the Prison Break actor who wrote Park Chan-Wook's superb horror-thriller, Stoker. And it stars Kate Beckinsale, who's always good value (if you haven't seen Love & Friendship yet, do - she's excellent in it).
The story's regulation gothic horror stuff: a family moves to a rambling old house by the sea, and Dana (Beckinsale) discovers a locked room in the attic. The room isn't on the house's original plans, and there's a spectre urging Dana to find the key and go inside. »
Relativity recently dated The Disappointments Room, starring Underworld‘s Kate Beckinsale and Gerald McRaney, for release on September 9, 2016. “The psychological thriller follows a woman (Beckinsale) who moves into a new house with her 5-year-old son only to discover a secret room within the attic where unimaginable horrors are accidentally unlocked.” I Am Number Four and Eagle Eye helmer D.J. Caruso rewrote and […] »
Relativity has dated The Disappointments Room, starring Underworld‘s Kate Beckinsale and Gerald McRaney, for release on September 9, 2016. “The psychological thriller follows a woman (Beckinsale) who moves into a new house with her 5-year-old son only to discover a secret room within the attic where unimaginable horrors are accidentally unlocked.” I Am Number Four and Eagle Eye helmer D.J. Caruso rewrote […] »
Vin Diesel has always had an active presence on social media, which he uses to give his fans first look photos and videos while his movies are in production. Last week, he even debuted the first trailer for XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, which came just two months after production wrapped. Earlier today, the actor released a new behind-the-scenes video, where he's seen carrying his co-star Deepika Padukone to her trailer, with the actor joking that his co-star has it in her contract that he must always carry her away.
Vin Diesel's first xXx was a box office hit, taking in $142.1 million domestic and $277.4 million worldwide from a $70 million budget. Despite the initial movie's success, Vin Diesel did not return for the sequel XXX: State of the Union, which starred Ice Cube as Augustus Gibbons' new recruit, Darius Stone. That sequel didn't fare quite as well at the box office, »
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Before the return of Dominic Toretto in April, Vin Diesel will be staging a comeback for another of his action heroes in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. No prizes for guessing who.
Hot on the heels of last week’s trailer, which evoked memories of box office flop Hitman: Agent 47 in all the wrong ways, Diesel has now shared a new video from set, taking you behind the scenes of D.J. Caruso’s (I Am Number Four) franchise revival.
Ensuring that Vin Diesel was back in the driving seat naturally proved instrumental in getting the third installment off the ground, particularly after the A-lister remained on the sidelines for the Ice Cube-fronted State of the Union, but Samuel L. Jackson returning as Nsa Agent Augustus Gibbons is also a massive coup.
He’s absent in this set video, however, which instead places newcomer Deepika Padukone front and center. »
- Michael Briers
Yesterday on Facebook, Vin Diesel teased the first trailer for his long-awaited sequel XXX: The Return of Xander Cage. Always true to his word, the actor has now posted this sneak peek, which gives us our first look at some of the explosive action set pieces this sequel has to offer. We also get to see the long-awaited reunion of Vin Diesel's Xander Cage and Samuel L. Jackson's Augustus Gibbons from the original xXx, which hit theaters back in 2002.
Vin Diesel's first xXx was a box office hit, taking in $142.1 million domestic and $277.4 million worldwide from a $70 million budget. Despite the initial movie's success, Vin Diesel did not return for the sequel XXX: State of the Union, which starred Ice Cube as Augustus Gibbons' new recruit, Darius Stone. That sequel didn't fare quite as well at the box office, taking in just $26.8 million domestically and $71 million worldwide. »
David Crow Jul 20, 2016
The first trailer lands for xXx 3, as Vin Diesel brings Xander Cage back to the big screen...
Never say never. Despite Vin Diesel electing not to appear in the first sequel to xXx, the action star known for the Fast & Furious franchise is back in the driver’s seat of a long dormant franchise once heralded as the American answer to James Bond. Thus enter xXx: The Return of Xander Cage.
In the new trailer, explosions, extreme sports and Samuel L. Jackson are all promised in an espionage package. Indeed, the new film sees Jackson pulling Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) out of a self-imposed exile. The former extreme sports athlete is needed again to save the world, this time from an unstoppable weapon known as Pandora’s Box, which is being used by an alpha warrior named Xiang.
Over the past five months, Vin Diesel has shared numerous photos from the set of his long-awaited sequel XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, as production took place, under the direction of D.J. Caruso (Eagle Eye). The actor has always given his fans special sneak peeks from whatever project he's working on at the time, and XXX 3 was certainly no different. But that has now come to an end. Earlier today, the actor shared one final photo from the set, revealing that production has wrapped. Clearly, he saved the best, and craziest, photo for last.
The set photo was posted to the actor's Instagram page, which will likely have fans scratching their heads for quite some time. The photo features Vin Diesel riding a dirtbike...Underwater! How did Xander Cage plunge into the water with his dirtbike? That's a question for another day. Hopefully we'll get a glimpse at this »
JC Spink and Chris Bender are dissolving their 18-year-old management-production company Benderspink, which has been involved in “The Hangover” trilogy, “We’re the Millers,” “A History of Violence” and “Zombeavers.”
The duo said the split is amicable in a statement issued Tuesday: “We started Benderspink in our late 20s almost 18 years ago. We could not be more proud of what we’ve achieved together and are excited for this next chapter in each of our lives.”
The statement did not elaborate on what they will do next.
Spink focused mostly on management while Bender focused on producing. The company was formed in 1998 after the two had worked as assistants at Zide-Perry Productions, where Bender received a co-producing credit on “American Pie.”
The duo, who met at Bucknell University, had a long-time first-look deal through New Line that launched in 2001. They delivered mid-budget titles such as “Horrible Bosses” and “The Butterfly Effect” franchises, »
- Dave McNary
Before he starts shooting Fast & Furious 8 in the near future, action icon Vin Diesel is finishing production on XXX: The Return of Xander Cage. While it isn't ultimately clear when filming will wrap, the star recently shared a new video and photo from the set through his Facebook page, which gives us our first look at Samuel L. Jackson, reprising his role from 2002's xXx as Augustus Gibbons. Both the photo and video were taken at what appear to be a church set, but we don't have too many details about the scene being shot.
The actors did share a unique story about how they first met, while Vin Diesel was shooting Saving Private Ryan and Samuel L. Jackson was shooting Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, at a sushi restaurant no less. Samuel L. Jackson also joked that he was only doing this movie so he could »
Exclusive: ICM Partners has signed Alex Pettyfer. The actor is best known for starring in I Am Number Four, Magic Mike and Beastly, and for Lee Daniels’ The Butler and Endless Love. Pettyfer will next be seen starring alongside Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey in the Liza Johnson-directed historical comedy Elvis & Nixon, which premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival. He started as a model at age 6 after meeting Ralph Lauren in a toy store, and then transitioned to acting… »
Newly minted youth focused studio Gunpowder & Sky, started in January by an ex-Viacom executive, Tony Disanto (formerly of MTV) and author James Frey's Full Fathom Five (also produced the terrible I Am Number Four) are teaming up to bring more teen zombies to the big screen but I doubt Eat, Brains, Love can match the current champ of teen zombie movies: Warm Bodies.
Based on Jeff Hart's novel of the same title, Eat, Brains, Love is the story of Jake and Amanda, unlinkely high school sweethearts who contract a mysterious zombie virus, eat half of the senior class and then set off on a road trip trying to find a cure all the while they are being tracked by Cass, a psychic teen sent to hunt them down.
It sounds like great fodder for a made-f [Continued ...] »
“To the Bone” is inspired by Noxon’s own struggles with eating disorders. She will direct from her own script.
Lynn and Curtis of Mockingbird Pictures will produce along with Karina Miller, who is also financing through her company Sparkhouse Media. Principal photography will commence at the end of March in Los Angeles.
Sparkhouse Media is a newly launched Los Angeles-based production and finance company headed by Miller and her husband and financier, Talal AlAbbar. The company currently develops, produces and finances projects for film, television and theater, with the feature division producing three to five films per year with budgets up to $30 million.
“To the Bone” is the first title from Sparkhouse.
“‘What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’ not only applies »
- Dave McNary
Gutierrez, who was Miss Colombia 2014, gained massive international recognition at the Miss Universe pageant when host Steve Harvey announced her as the winner by mistake — when it was actually Miss Philippines, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, who won. The movie, which has been shooting in Toronto and the Dominican Republic, will mark her feature film debut.
Paramount announced last week that it had set a Jan. 20, 2017, release date.
The film, produced by Revolution Studios, Roth Kirschenbaum Films and Diesel’s One Race Film, is directed by
Diesel starred in the original 2002 “XXX,” directed by Rob Cohen, as underground sports star Xander Cage, who was blackmailed by the U. »
- Dave McNary
It’s official: Vin Diesel’s long-rumored action sequel xXx: The Return of Xander Cage finally has a release date to call its own – January 20, 2017.
Paramount Pictures made the announcement, after recently closing a deal to distribute the sequel-cum-reboot domestically. D.J. Caruso (I Am Number Four) is at the helm, welcoming back Diesel’s Xander Cage – who was presumed dead the last time the action franchise appeared on the big screen in State of the Union – for a fresh batch of explosive action sequences and gruff one-liners.
Dusting himself off from a seemingly one-way trip to Bora Bora, Cage reluctantly reprises his role as a government agent, accepting a mission that sends him off on the hunt for an elusive weapon known as Pandora’s Box.
- Michael Briers
Earlier this month, Paramount Pictures signed on to distribute the long-awaited sequel XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, which brings Vin Diesel back in his iconic role as the title character. Production has been under way for the past few weeks, and Vin Diesel certainly hasn't been shy about sharing photos and video from the set. Today we have a new batch of footage, which features the actor/producer's co-star Ruby Rose, while the latest photo offers our first look at Nina Dobrev. Paramount has also set a January 20, 2017 release date for the action-packed sequel.
XXX: The Return of Xander Cage will be going up against EuropaCorp's action-thriller The Lake, starring Sullivan Stapleton, and Universal's horror-thriller Split, starring James McAvoy. There are also four high-profile movies opening one week prior on January 13. Sony will debut the long-awaited adaptation The Dark Tower, with Paramount's Friday the 13th, Warner Bros.' Geostorm »
The film, which is shooting in Toronto, with additional filming in the Dominican Republic, is being produced by Revolution Studios, Roth Kirschenbaum Films and Diesel’s One Race Film.
Diesel starred in the original 2002 “XXX,” directed by Rob Cohen, as underground sports star Xander Cage, who was blackmailed by the U.S. government to take down a gang of international terrorists. The film, released by Sony, performed well with $277 million worldwide.
- Dave McNary
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