3 items from 2015
Although Hugh Jackman will soon say goodbye to Wolverine with X-Men: Apocalypse and James Mangold's upcoming Wolverine sequel, in the process of putting away the claws the actor has to give away some other roles in the meantime. That would include the lead role in Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's much talked-about Me & Earl & the Dying Girl follow-up Collateral Beauty, also starring Rooney Mara. It was only last month when the Aussie actor signed onto the project, but time commitments apparently won't let Jackman play the role when production begins this fall. Producers don't seem too discouraged, though, for they've taken their efforts towards bagging another big-name star: Johnny Depp. Even if the Mortdecai's star seems to be fading these days, Depp does have the buzzed Black Mass coming up, in addition to another Pirates of the Caribbean sequel set for release in two years time. So don't rule out a comeback, »
- Will Ashton
The former Bond actor plays a Cambridge professor whose playboy lifestyle comes to an end when he gets his grad assistant Kate (Alba) pregnant.
Years later as his marriage falls apart, Kate calls in her sister (Hayek) to help take care of her new young son as she explores the single life.
How to Make Love Like an Englishman, titled Lessons in Love in the UK, opens on September 18. »
Stars: Hailee Steinfeld, Dove Cameron, Thomas Mann, Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Alba, Sophie Turner, Jaime King, Dan Fogler, Rachael Harris, Alexandra Krosney, Gabriel Basso, Toby Sebastian, Steve-o, Rob Huebel | Written by John D’Arco | Directed by Kyle Newman
Sometimes it pays to have friends with cable TV in the States. Otherwise I’m sure I’d be waiting for ages to see this, the latest film from Kyle Newman, director of the love letter to Star Wars and its fans – the awesome Fanboys. Barely Lethal is one of those films that will, sadly, probably fly under the radar of many, especially here in the UK where Newman’s aforementioned film was treated shabbily, suffering a few delays before eventually being dumped on DVD and Blu-ray, after a screening at Frightfest of all places! Honestly, I am a Huge fan of Fanboys (morse so than the Star Wars films themselves) so »
- Phil Wheat
3 items from 2015
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