I am going to ask a question to everyone that cares to answer it. I have an opinion which I will not reveal. Is Now the right time (considering the world in which live right now) for me to play a real to life characte who is irredeemable racist in a dramatic series?
— Vincent D’Onofrio (@vincentdonofrio) August 11, 2018
Nine hours later, the “Daredevil
When it comes to Jason Todd, though, I’m willing to make the bold statement that a fair amount of his fans were made well after his stint as the Boy Wonder. Having previously been murdered by the Joker and later resurrected, the volatile young man has since adopted the guise of the Red Hood, who’s often been regarded as one
“Stunned and saddened by the loss of Anthony Bourdain,” fellow chef and TV host Gordan Ramsay wrote on Twitter. “He brought the world into our homes and inspired so many people to explore cultures and cities through their food. Remember that help is a phone call away Us:1-800-273-talk UK: 116 123.”
Rose McGowan, a good friend of Bourdain and his girlfriend and activist Asia Argento,
Gomorrah director Stefano Sollima is helming the adaptation of the book by Gomorrah scribe Roberto Saviano about international cocaine trafficking and its economic and political effects. The plot will chart family dynamics, Mexican cartels, the ‘Ndrangheta (the Calabrian mafia) and corrupt businessmen. The stellar line up of directors also includes Pablo Trapero (The Clan) and Janus Metz (True Detective). After concluding the first weeks of shooting in New Orleans, principal photography moves on to Mexico and then to Italy and Africa.
Produced by Cattleya for Sky, Canal+ and Amazon, the series has started production and will shoot for eight months over three continents and six countries, and will be filmed in six languages.
<em>Gomorrah</em> director Stefano Sollima — soon to make his English-language feature debut with <em>Sicario: Day of the Soldado</em> — is helming the adaptation of the book by Roberto Saviano (who also penned <em>Gomorrah</em>).
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The inclusion of a Robin outfit defiled with Joker graffiti on display in the Batcave told us that, as per the comics, Batman’s nemesis had murdered the second Boy Wonder in the continuity of the movie universe. So, let’s imagine for a second that this tragic event was depicted in some future Dceu film. If that indeed happens, who should play the part?
Well, one Redditer, going by the suitably Joker-savvy username @JNapierrr, has shared a piece of fan art that imagines Dane DeHaan in the role of Jason Todd, and you can check it out down below:
Dceu Fan Art Imagines Dane DeHaan As Jason Todd 1 of 2
The 25-year-old model and actress shared a video on Saturday which proved that she can fall asleep anywhere — even while getting her hair and makeup done.
“Here is something natural for you to chew on…or maybe not so natural,” she wrote on social media alongside the silly video. “Commence the snoring.”
While Delevingne didn’t provide any additional information on when this snoring session occurred, Dane DeHaan, her costar from the 2017 film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, commented on the video writing,
If this was just about wasted potential, Valerian would easily be on the top of this list. There are five worse movies this year but none of them have a fraction of the visual artistry displayed here by Luc Besson. Valerian has some of the best design I’ve seen in a movie all year and two of the most inventive chase sequences maybe ever. It also features a terrible script that meanders forever over trivial nothing and merrily skips past dense plot without a moment for inspection. I loved watching the action but I never really understood why any of it was going on. Toss on top some of the worst chemistry I’ve ever seen between an on-screen couple (and honestly maybe Dane DeHaan isn’t ready to be a leading man) and this is an unpleasant movie to watch at any volume above mute.
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Tulip Fever is Indeed a “Fever” to Watch
In the year 2740 Valerian and Laureline are special operatives for the government charged with maintaining order throughout the universe. Under orders from their commander, Valerian and Laureline embark on a mission to the breath-taking intergalactic city of Alpha, an ever-expanding metropolis comprised of thousands of different species from all four corners of the galaxy. This great, historic, city is under attack by an unknown enemy. Valerian and Laureline must race against time to find the source of this evil and stop it before it destroys the cornerstone of our universe.
The film features a star-studded cast including Dane Dehaan, Cara Delevingne, Rihanna, and Academy Award Nominee Clive Owen.
After months of waiting, Tulip Fever is finally available in the Cineplex Store, and it was most definitely worth the wait.
This 17th century period piece from the director of The Other Boleyn Girl has a stellar cast, stunning cinematography, and an intriguing plot. What more could you possibly need? Tulip Fever has everything: lustful Dane DeHaan, Judi Dench as a badass nun, and many, many tulips.
We love period pieces, and we love everyone in this wild movie about love, lust, and tulips. Without further ado, we present… Our Top 5 Reasons to See Tulip Fever! It’s available to rent and buy in the Cineplex Store now.
1. Eclectic ensemble cast
We can guarantee you that you will never see this exact combination of actors in a movie again…. At least you probably won’t.
Stephen Kings fans should take note, as Dolores Claiborne arrives in HD this week courtesy of the Warner Archive Collection, and XLrator Media is keeping busy as well with a bunch of recent indie titles making their way to various formats, including Dark Signal, American Mary, Housebound, and Under the Bed.
Bunnyman Vengeance is also coming home on Tuesday to both Blu and DVD via Uncork’d Entertainment, and Scarecrowd makes its DVD debut this week, too.
Dolores Claiborne (Warner Archive Collection, Blu-ray)
Selena St. George stares at the note and news clipping: Her estranged mother Dolores has been accused of murder. Grudgingly, Selena returns
"I loved the nurse outfit. That one was a tricky little number, because it was all latex," Rihanna says. "Literally, I had to take breaks to, like, towel down the sweat out of my costume. It was crazy. But I did lose some weight for the next scene, which was tribal and my stomach was all out!"
Valerian was a passion project for visionary director Luc Besson, one he spent many, many years attempting to bring to the screen, and he told Et that he cast Rihanna once she proved to him that she is
Notably absent, however, was “Leap!” a animated film produced in France where it was known as “Ballerina” but released in the U.S. this August with vocal performances by Elle Fanning, Carly Rae Jepsen and Dane DeHaan, among others.
Continue reading ‘Coco,’ ‘Loving Vincent’ Lead 26 Films Submitted for 2018 Animated Feature Film Oscar at The Playlist.
Beach Rats (Eliza Hittman)
Burgeoning sexuality is the basis for nearly all coming-of-age films, but with her specific eye, Eliza Hittman makes it feel like we’re watching this genre unfold for the first time. With only two features to her name, she’s captured the experience with a sensuality and intimacy nearly unprecedented in American independent filmmaking. Following 2013’s It Felt Like Love, the writer-director follows it with
There's no doubt that November is a bit of an in-between month, when temperatures drop even further and most places in Canada start to see some snow.
Since we know that the most ideal place to spend November is curled up on your couch with a blanket or two, the Cineplex Store has plenty of exciting new titles to rent and/or buy this month. From family-friendly to sci-fi to whatever genre mother! is, the Cineplex Store has all your movie watching needs covered this month.
Check out 5 of our top picks below, and click here to rent or buy hundreds of titles from the Cineplex Store. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
The 26-year-old British actor has landed his first major fashion campaign, teaming up with Prada for the brand’s new “Ascension” collection for spring 2018.
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre on the roof of the Fondazione Prada Osservatorio, Alwyn gives a brooding stare as he models a chic version of a garage mechanic suit with a fanny pack strapped around his waist.
Alwyn’s new campaign evokes comic book illustrations and features him as a “postmodern Prada hero” and “new,
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