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The couple, who is close to Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend Dave Clark, are reportedly eager for a royal affair of their own after falling in love with Britain, where Kunis recently filmed new movie "Jupiter Ascending".
"They both adored Kate and William's wedding and wanted to do something similar for themselves. They don't want a big flashy wedding, but they liked the idea of marrying somewhere historic like a castle," contactmusic.com quoted a source as saying.
- Meeta Kabra
"I don't believe there will be one. I don't know what the Wachowskis are doing right now other than working on 'Jupiter Ascending'. I don't know if they're thinking about another 'Matrix'," eonline.com quoted Reeves as saying.
The 49-year-old accepts that his character became very famous.
"I thought the way Thomas Anderson/Neo. »
- Ketali Mehta
No plot details have been released, but if Channing Tatum's deal goes through, he will produce with his Iron Horse Entertainment partner Reid Carolin, who produced Magic Mike, White House Down and 10 Years.
This marks the latest of Channing Tatum's producing ventures, which continue with the upcoming sequel 22 Jump Street. He is also attached to star in and produce an untitled biopic based on the life of daredevil Evel Knievel for Columbia Pictures. Next year, the actor will be seen in 22 Jump Street, Jupiter Ascending and the recently-delayed Foxcatcher. He also provides voice work for The Lego Movie and The Book of Life in 2014.
THR is reporting that Channing Tatum will star in and produce director Jonathan Levine’s next project, Bad Romance, which the filmmaker will be writing and directing. Unfortunately, that is literally all we have to report on as no other details have been made available, aside from the fact that the film is developing at MGM.
You can throw this one onto Tatum’s increasingly busy plate, as the in demand actor has several projects in the works. The upcoming sequel 22 Jump Street, the Wachowski’s Jupiter Ascending, the follow-up to Magic Mike…it seems that there’s no stopping Hollywood’s current It boy.
As for Levine, he is perhaps best known for his excellent dramedy 50/50, which starred Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Aside from that, he’s also brought us Warm Bodies, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane and The Wackness. So there’s a mix of good and bad in his filmography, »
- Matt Joseph
While we'll have to wait until a yet-to-be determined date in 2014 to watch Channing Tatum wrestle with murder (or something) in Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher," the guy has no shortage of projects on the go. Next year it seems he has a movie coming every other month with the animated "The Lego Movie," comedy sequel "22 Jump Street" and sci-fi actioner "Jupiter Ascending" (and may we point out the diversity of those gigs too) all on tap. And he's not resting on his laurels as he gears up for another gig. THR reveals that Tatum will star in Jonathan Levine's "Bad Romance." Plot details? Sorry, none yet. However, Levine has carved out an interesting career thus far going from horror "All The Boys Love Mandy Lane" (finally released this year after floating in distributor limbo), to pot coming-of-age tale "The Wackness," to cancer dramedy "50/50" and zombie romance "Warm Bodies." And »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Channing Tatum is lining up another producing project, and this time he’ll star as well. THR reports that Tatum is in talks to produce and star in Bad Romance for MGM, with 50/50 and Warm Bodies helmer Jonathan Levine set to write and direct. Details on the film are not given, but if it’s anything like Levine’s previous work it’ll be a swell blend of humor, drama, and of course, romance. Tatum is currently busy filming the comedy sequel 22 Jump Street and has a range of roles on the horizon. Next year he’ll be seen in Lana and Andy Wachowski’s sci-fi epic Jupiter Ascending, Bennett Miller’s real-life drama Foxcatcher, and the excellent-looking animated pic The Lego Movie. Hit the jump for casting news concerning a comedy legend joining DreamWorks Animation’s B.O.O. Additionally, Variety reports that Bill Murray will voice the villain »
- Adam Chitwood
Channing Tatum is set to take lead in Warm Bodies and 50/50 director Jonathan Levine's next project, Bad Romance . The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the White House Down star will also produce alongside Reid Carolin. There are no plot details available for Bad Romance at this time, but it is said that Levine will also be providing the screenplay. Tatum has a whopping five major releases lined up for 2014. He'll appear in Bennett Miller's recently delayed Foxcatcher opposite Steve Carell and Mark Ruffalo, Andy and Lana Wachowski's sci-fi film Jupiter Ascending opposite Mila Kunis, and 22 Jump Street reuniting with Jonah Hill. That's in addition to voicework for both The Lego Movie (as Superman) and the Guillermo del Toro-produced Book of Life . (Photo »
Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 1 Nov 2013 - 06:28
Next year’s full of potentially great films, so to help, here’s a list of 25 movies we're most looking forward to in 2014...
These lists of anticipated forthcoming movies have become an annual fixture by now, and as ever, our selection has been tricky to whittle down. In restricting our list to just 25, we've tried to create a mix of the high-profile and the less obvious. Movies such as Non-Stop, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, Big Hero Six and Edge Of Tomorrow came close but didn't quite make the cut, even though they have much to offer for their own reasons.
Furthermore, given the number of films competing for space, we've left the latest chapters of The Hunger Games and The Hobbit off the list. We're keen to see both, but we're wary of taking up slots with movies »
When it comes to the films of Andy and Lana Wachowski, it's virtually impossible to guess what they might come up with next. In 1999 they unleashed their groundbreaking vision for the future of science-fiction film with the smash hitThe Matrix. In 2012, they transformed David Mitchell's dense novel Cloud Atlas into an ambitious and vivid film despite the recurring refrain from naysayers that the book was "unfilmable." As follow-up to this incredible undertaking, the Wachowskis are working on Jupiter Ascending, which Lana has recently described to MSN as "a science-fiction space opera." Having recently wrapped the production that stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, the Wachowski siblings have moved into postproduction on Jupiter Ascending. The American filmmakers stepped away from overseeing its edit and visual effects for a night to attend an Australians in Film awards dinner. The two are notoriously press shy, but they did drop some details about »
Duck Dynasty may be getting some pretty good-looking company on A&E. Channing Tatum is putting on his producer's cap and developing an hour-long reality pilot for the cable network that will focus on the restaurant-bar Saints & Sinners on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Tatum's interest in the place - which is fashioned after a red-light-district bordello during the riverfront city's Storyville era - is because he and his business-partner friend Keith Kurtz opened it last fall, reports EW.com. It's not yet known whether Tatum will actually appear on the show, as he otherwise has his hands full with other projects. »
- Stephen M. Silverman
Films by the Wachowski siblings have divided many movie fans (besides the first Matrix), and their upcoming film Jupiter Ascending will probably also have some fans who love it, and others that outright hate it. I've always been a fan of the two imaginative directors, and Jupiter Ascending looks like it could be as polarizing as their previous films. Lana Wachowski was recently interviewed, and talked a little about her upcoming film. She describes it as a "science-fiction »
- Jesse Giroux
What better way for Andy and Lana Wachowski to celebrate the 15th anniversary of The Matrix – the sci-fi/action/philosophy trip that inspired countless “Bullet-time” imitations and/or parodies – than to release their next venture into the sci-fi realm, Jupiter Ascending? The new original work from the filmmaking siblings stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum as, respectively, a futuristic Snow White-esque woman and the genetically-engineered hunter who is recruited to track her down, but ends up becoming her protector instead.
Jupiter Ascending – based on the official plot synopsis – reads like a mashup of re-appropriated fairy tale archetypes, hero’s journey story elements and tropes that walk the fine line between fantasy and sci-fi; in other words, ...
- Sandy Schaefer
Channing Tatum will soon be channing all over your TV screen. Hot off the news that the "21 Jump Street" star is developing a comedy called "Nicky" at CBS with Nick Zano, it's now been reporting that he is working on an A&E pilot for a reality series about his New Orleans burlesque club Saints and Sinners.
Variety reports that the untitled TV show will follow the lives of the dancers at the club, which Tatum opened in 2012 with partner Keith Kurtz. The reality show is currently in its pilot stage, but hasn't been picked up to series yet.
Since Tatum helped create Saints and Sinners, it would make sense that he would potentially appear on the show as well. Having his big name involved in the project will likely give it legs to stand on, but right now Tatum isn't officially involved in any capacity more than as an executive producer. »
The Wachowski siblings (Andy and Lana) are hard at work on their next project, Jupiter Ascending. Set to star Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Eddie Redmayne and Sean Ben, the film is currently in post-production but unfortunately, we haven’t really seen anything from it just yet.
We do know the plot, however, which will revolve around Tatum’s character, “a wolf/albino hybrid who falls in with a human woman (Kunis) who attracts the ire of the Queen of the Universe, by virtue of possessing identical genetic material.” Yup, sounds just about right for a Wachowski film, doesn’t it?
In a recent interview with AP, Lana opened up a bit about Jupiter Ascending, calling it a science-fiction opera, among other things:
It’s a science-fiction space opera. It has a lot of things from a lot of genres that we love. It’s got a lot of original action, »
- Matt Joseph
Appearing at an Australians in Film awards dinner late last week, the Wachowski siblings spoke a bit about their upcoming science-fiction epic "Jupiter Ascending" which is targeting a Summer 2014 release.
Andy Wachowski says the film has wrapped shooting and is well into post-production now. On the one hand, he says editing on the film has been a lot smoother than it was with the more narrative complex "Cloud Atlas". On the other, the new film's visual effects are "way more complicated."
Talking about the film's content and scale, Lana Wachowski kept the details secret. She said:
"It's a science-fiction space opera. It has a lot of things from a lot of genres that we love. It's got a lot of original action, it's got a lot of romance.
We seem not to be very good at making small things. We keep saying 'Let's go make a small movie.' But »
- Garth Franklin
Los Angeles (AP) — The Wachowski siblings say they're hoping to again surprise audiences with the science-fiction movie "Jupiter Ascending," starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis. Andy and Lana Wachowski said in an interview Thursday night that they were overseeing editing and special effects for the movie set for release next summer. "It's a science fiction space opera," Lana Wachowski said outside an Australians in Film awards dinner. "It has a lot of things from a lot of genres that we love. It's got a lot of original action, it's got a lot of romance." Andy Wachowski, 45, »
- Ryan Pearson (AP Staff)
Andy and Lana Wachowski said in an interview Thursday night that they were overseeing editing and special effects for the movie set for release next summer.
"It's a science fiction space opera," Lana Wachowski said outside an Australians in Film awards dinner. "It has a lot of things from a lot of genres that we love. It's got a lot of original action, it's got a lot of romance."
Andy Wachowski, 45, said editing Jupiter Ascending, which the siblings wrote and are directing together, has been smoother than last year's ambitious, multi-layered book adaptation Cloud Atlas, though he called the new film's visual effects "way more complicated." »
- Cineplex.com and contributors
22 Jump Street
Aneurin Barnard ("The White Queen") has been cast in George Mendeluk's new drama "The Devil’s Harvest" alongside Ben Kingsley, Terence Stamp, Max Irons and Samantha Barks. Shooting is currently underway in Romania and Ukraine.
Barnard will play Mykola in the story which follows a young man growing up in rural Ukraine who finds his life changed forever by the invasion of the Red Army and the subsequent persecution of his fellow countrymen as Stalin’s regime extends into Eastern Europe. [Source: Deadline]
Australian actress Melissa Bergland ("Winners »
- Garth Franklin
Gorgeous Brit actress Tuppence Middleton (below) has signed up for the lead role in David Bruckner's new horror feature 'Intrusion'. Middleton, whose previous credits include British thriller 'Chatroom', revenge horror 'Tormented' and the excellent Channel 4 dark drama series 'Black Mirror', will play the role of Lila Harper who moves to San Francisco only to end up the target of organised stalkers who invade her new home. Bruckner's previous genre effort was his 'Amaetur Night' segment in found-footage horror anthology 'V/H/S' where a trio of friends become the prey of a mysterious bat-like woman. He will direct from a script penned by L.D. Goffigan. Middleton will also be seen next in the Wachowski Brothers' new sci-fi feature Jupiter Ascending. »
Romeo & Juliet is the timeless story of star-crossed lovers from warring families. The families of Montague and the Capulet will use any excuse to publicly fight in the streets of Verona, so when Romeo (Douglas Booth) falls for Juliet (Hailee Steinfeld), it quickly receives the wrath of both of their families, when all they want to do is be together forever. Written by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey) and directed by Carlo Carlei, the film also stars Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Natascha McElhone, Ed Westwick, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Lesley Manville. At the film’s press day, actor Douglas Booth spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about being excited for the challenge of tackling Shakespeare, having to fight for the role of Romeo, screen testing with Hailee Steinfeld, getting to work with both a younger and more veteran cast, and taking his time to wrap his head around the language. He »
- Christina Radish
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