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Josh Gad Exclusive Video Interview
In the film, Gad voices a snowman who goes by the name of Olaf. “My character desperately wants friendship but more than anything, he wants summer,” Gad told Uinterview exclusively. “While the rest of us understand that that's a death wish, he has this naivety about him.”
Olaf also happens to be the most quotable character of the film so far, as a line of Gad’s in Frozen’s trailer has already gone viral. When one of the film's princesses reveals that she’s been bestowed with the power (or the curse) of turning everything she touches into ice, Olaf says, “some people are worth melting for.”
“I think people are going to start melting for their friends and I don't »
"...the film chronicles 'Steve Jobs' transformation of character from the enthusiasm and self-discovery of his youth, to the personal demons that clouded his vision, and finally to the ultimate triumphs of his later life.
"Steve Jobs changed the way we see the world today through his relentless drive, passion, persistence, and the force of his will, and it is through these qualities that we draw inspiration from his life.
"The life of Steve Jobs..."
Bonus features include a "Making Of..." feature.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Jobs"...
- Michael Stevens
The pairing of composer Christophe Beck (Pitch Perfect, Burlesque) with lyricist Kristen Anderson-Lopez recaptures some of the magic of Menken/Ashman from 1989-1992 in The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. The screenplay by Jennifer Lee (Wreck-It Ralph), who also shared directing duties with Chris Buck (Tarzan), carefully balances dark subject matter with good-natured humor as it transports the audience into a magical frozen world.
Idina Menzel won a Tony for her Broadway performance in Wicked as Elphaba, the misunderstood "wicked witch" forced into isolation by her appearance and powers. The role of snow queen Elsa she plays in Frozen is not a very far stretch from that character, though she is »
- Mike Saulters
Will wedding bells ring for Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis? Ashton’s divorce from ex-wife Demi Moore has finally been finalized, leaving the actor free and clear to marry his former ‘That ’70s Show’ co-star!
Looks like Ashton and Mila can breathe a huge sigh of relief. TMZ reports that the Jobs actor has officially parted ways with Demi, his ex-wife of six years, after her celeb divorce attorney Laura Wasser handed in the papers on Nov. 26. The divorce was a messy one — Demi was asking for spousal support — but TMZ’s sources claim that Demi finally backed off a bit and accepted Ashton’s generous offer. Good for them! »
- HL Intern
Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
"Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me"
What's It About? The Memphis band Big Star has legions of diehard fans and critical acclaim aplenty, and its influence can be felt across the history of rock 'n' roll. But why did mainstream success elude them? Why did Big Star flame out after only three albums? This doc tries to put the pieces together.
Why We're In: Even fans don't know the whole story about this cult band and its members, so this doc will help them fill in some of the blanks. Chris Bell died in 1978 as an unknown, and the late Alex Chilton was also not a huge fan of talking to the media. "Nothing Can Hurt Me" puts the band into context of the Memphis scene, and it has tons of interviews with everyone left who was involved with the band, rock critics, and »
- Jenni Miller
Check out what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods Getaway (action, Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez; rated PG-13) Jobs (biopic about Apple founder Steve Jobs; Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney; rated PG-13) Red 2 (action sequel; Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Anthony Hopkins; PG-13) Turbo (animated; voices: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti; rated PG) The Truth About Emanuel (thriller; Jessica Biel, Kaya Scodelario; pretheatrical release; not rated) The Punk Singer...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
On Demand DVD New Releases Nov. 25-Dec. 1 Maybe you are still recovering from a holiday weekend of leftovers and football. Or maybe you’ve finished your holiday shopping and have nothing but free time on your hands. Either way, there’s a host of new releases this week, so enjoy. Getaway A former racecar driver must rely on his old skills when his wife is kidnapped and he is sent on a mysterious do-or-die mission to win her freedom. His only ally is a young hacker who hitches a ride. Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez, Jon Voight (PG-13, 1:30) 11/26 Jobs Ashton Kutcher plays … Continue reading →
The post On Demand DVD New Releases Nov. 25-Dec. 1 appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Meredith Ennis
Modine’s Cinco Dedos Peliculas production banner acquired the move rights to “Walk Like A Man,” a tale of a 15-year-old boy attempting to prove his uncle’s innocence and save him from a traitor’s fate.
The novel, published in 1961, follows the teen and his best friend through the rugged Appalachian Mountains where they encounter nefarious characters and deadly circumstances to discover why the war is being fought and why it must to come to a rapid end.
Honig is repped by Lukas Ortiz at the Phillip Spitzer Literary Agency. Modine is repped by Apa. »
- Dave McNary
Last month, we reported that Emile Hirsch beat out actors such as Joaquin Phoenix and Adam DeVine to star in the Untitled John Belushi Project. When I had the chance to talk with the actor last night, on the red carpet of the Lone Survivor AFI Fest premiere, Emile Hirsch spoke about what parts of John Belushi's life will be covered in this project.
"It's mostly pretty early. It's right out of high school and college. It covers the end of his life a little bit, but I would say that Steve Conrad, the writer, he was more interested in the in-between times. It doesn't really hit the nail on the head of all the huge times of John Belushi. It doesn't cover that as much as I think some people might think it would."
Steve Conrad is directing from his own screenplay, which is said to illuminate the »
Mulroney plays Jonas's enemy, with Lucas in the role of his wife.
Jonas recently appeared in a guest role on Hawaii Five-o. »
Ashton likes it, and he’s (reportedly) going to put a ring on it. The ‘Jobs’ star is ready to marry his former ‘That 70′s Show’ co-star Mila Kunis, but one major obstacle still stands in their way — his marriage to Demi Moore.
Ashton Kutcher, 35, will reportedly pop the question to girlfriend Mila Kunis, 29, as early as next week. Sources close to the couple tell the UK’s Daily Mail that the Two and Half Men star is so in love with the pint-sized actress that he’s ready to propose as soon as his divorce from Demi Moore, 50, is finalized. Should we expect a big announcement next week? We sure hope so!
Jackie and Kelso forever! Ashton is head-over-heals in love with his sexy girlfriend Mila, and after a solid 15 years of friendship, he’s reportedly ready to take their year-and-half »
- HL Intern
Browse pics of the three leading men in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ then vote for your favorite!
Fans of El James‘ erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey have been patiently waiting for the film adaptation to finalize its cast, and while not all of the ladies have been officially selected, we do know which three men will be filling the most important male roles! Charlie Hunnam may have opted not to star as Christian Grey, but Jamie Dornan is a wonderful replacement — in our eyes, anyway — and he’s in good company, starring alongside Luke Grimes (Elliot) and Victor Rasuk (Jose).
But here’s the real question: Which Fifty Shades star is Your favorite? Read on for the scoop on each of your options:
Jamie Dornan As Christian Grey Take Our Poll
We’ve been obsessed with Jamie ever since he played Sheriff Graham/The Huntsman on the first season of Once Upon A Time. »
- Hollywood Life Staff
As everyone knows the film is to be based on the world-wide best selling book Fifty Shades Of Grey written by E. L. James. The story centres on young girl Anastasia Steele as she embarks on an unconventional relationship with billionaire Christian Grey.
Lords Of Dogtown star Rasuk will join the project as one of Anastasia’s college companions José, a potential love-rival for Grey to contend with. Rasuk will next be seen in Jobs, the biopic about Apple genius Steve Jobs who is being played Ashton Kutcher. Melanie Griffith’s daughter Dakota Johnson is set to star as Steele. Once Upon A Time star Jamie Dornan recently replaced original Mr Grey Charlie Dunnam, who left due to scheduling conflicts with television show Sons Of Anarchy.
The film is being directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, »
- Kat Smith
Jamie Dornan, meet your onscreen romance rival—Victor Rasuk. The Lords of Dogtown star has been cast as the other leading man in Anastasia Steele's (Dakota Johnson) life, Jose, for the adaptation of E L James' erotica novel Fifty Shades of Grey, according to Deadline. Rasuk will portray the aspiring photographer and close friend from college whose relationship with Steele causes a rise of jealousy from her billionaire beau Christian Grey. The 29-year-old actor also starred in HBO's How to Make It In America, as well as Raising Victor Vargas and the Steven Soderbergh-directed Che. Rasuk also recently appeared in Jobs and will be seen in Godzilla. The casting news arrives shortly »
Mark Bomback was recently hired to help improve the script for the upcoming movie adaptation.
The film is scheduled to be released on August 1, 2014.
Gallery - Christian Grey actor Jamie Dornan in pictures: »
Today's casting news: Patrick Wilson (Insidious) is set to star in Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego's new film, The Man on Carrion Road. Alan Arkin (Argo), Diane Keaton (The Big Wedding), Annette Bening (The Face of Love), Amanda Seyfried (The Big Wedding), and Theo James (Underworld: Awakening) are in various stages of negotiations for The Most Wonderful Time. Victor Rasuk (Jobs) has joined the Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. Hit the jump for more on each project. Here's the press release for The Man on Carrion Road: Patrick Wilson Signs On To Atlas Independent And Relativity International’S The Man On Carrion Road Los Angeles, CA, October 31, 2013 – Atlas Independent, the affiliate company of Charles Roven’s Atlas Entertainment, and Relativity International, the newly formed international division of Relativity Media—announced today Golden Globe® and Emmy nominee®, Patrick Wilson (Young Adult, Little Children, Angels in America), will star in The Man On Carrion Road. »
- Dave Trumbore
The thesp will play Jose, Anastasia Steele’s close friend from college and romantic rival of billionaire protagonist Christian Grey.
Along with HBO’s “America,” Rasuk is known for roles in “Raising Victor Vargas,” Steven Soderbergh’s “Che,” “Lords of Dogtown” and, most recently, “Jobs.” He will also appear in next year’s “Godzilla.”
Variety previously broke the news that Jamie Dornan will play Grey after Charlie Hunnam dropped out of the film. Dakota Johnson is still set to play Steele. Other supporting roles have gone to Luke Grimes and Jennifer Ehle.
Rasuk is repped by Brad Lefler at Gersh, manager Katherine Atkinson at Wsa and attorney Todd Rubenstein. »
- Alex Stedman
If we’re talking Twilight, José is sort of the Jacob to Christian Grey’s Edward. Poor fellow.
Deadline first reported the news of Rasuk’s casting in director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s big screen adaptation of E L James’ racy novel, which stars Dakota Johnson as Anastasia, and Luke Grimes as Elliot Grey. Jamie Dornan has also reportedly been cast as Christian, but Universal and »
- Lindsey Bahr
In the E.L. James novel, the amateur photographer Jose is a classmate and close friend of Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), who wants to take their relationship to the next level. He finds himself competing for her affections with young billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), who has a tendency to dominate his sexual partners because of his twisted past. Jennifer Ehle co-stars as Anastasia's mother, with Luke Grimes playing Christian's brother Elliot.
Sam Taylor-Johnson is directing from an adapted screenplay originally written by Kelly Marcel. Patrick Marber and Mark Bomback have recently signed on to polish the script. Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca are producing, with shooting scheduled to take place in either mid-November or early December in Vancouver.
Victor Rasuk is best known for starring in the HBO »
The ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ cast just got a whole lot hotter! Victor will be playing Anastasia Steele’s long-suffering best friend and classmate Jose Rodriguez, who is secretly smitten with her. Are you as thrilled as we are, HollywoodLifers?
As much as we would have loved to see Taylor Lautner, 21, play Jose, we think Victor will do an amazing job!
The sexy Dominican actor, who has starred in the HBO TV series How To Make It In America and such films as Lords of Dogtown, Haven and Jobs, will play the love rival of Jamie Dornan‘s Christian Grey. Could Ana’s options get any hotter? »
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