Jennifer Aniston has a bitter pill to swallow in Daniel Barnz‘s indie drama Cake, but I’m sure she’ll do just fine ‘cos Oscar loves roles like these.
The former Friends star goes makeup-free and dark to play a troubled woman who begins obsessing over a suicide victim played by Anna Kendrick.
20th Century Fox has released the first red-band trailer for the upcoming comedy Unfinished Business, previously titled Business Trip, which marks Vince Vaughn’s last collaboration with writer/director Ken Scott (Delivery Man).
The story is in the vein of John Hughes‘ 1987 comedy classic Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Following advanced movie screenings (word is good), 20th Century Fox has debuted a new trailer and four character posters for Matthew Vaughn‘s Kingsman: The Secret Service, the upcoming adaptation of Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons‘ icon comics series.
Speaking with Empire about his upcoming Avatar sequels, director James Cameron got all fired up about what he had in store for fans and seems to have no fears upon the subject.
Cameron said the following:
Hot on the heels of switching studios from Sony to Universal, the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic scripted by Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin continues full steam ahead as Deadline reports that Oscar winner Natalie Portman has boarded the film, with Danny Boyle directing.
While promoting the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Strain Season 1, director Guillermo del Toro shared some details about the upcoming Pacific Rim sequel.
First, Del Toro told Collider that the sequel begins a few years after the end of the first movie:
Chatting with Variety, director Ridley Scott revealed he won’t actually be directing Blade Runner sequel, and that Harrison Ford will return to his iconic role as Rick Deckard in the third act of the movie.
In addition to yesterday’s slew of new photos from Joe Wright’s “strange” Pan movie, Warner Bros. has now released the first trailer for the new live-action adaptation of the classic story, albeit from a slightly different angle.
I know everybody is freaking out right now because of the Jurassic World trailer, but this looks like a Baz Luhrmann movie and his visual aesthetic would actually work pretty well for Neverland, so it might pique your interest too.