Monthly Archives June 2013

Jesse Eisenberg Talks NOW YOU SEE ME, Working with Louis Leterrier, Richard Ayoade’s THE DOUBLE, and More


With director Louis Leterrier’s (The Incredible Hulk) magician-centered thriller Now You See Me opening May 31st, I recently went to New Orleans to interview the cast.  For those unfamiliar with the story, it follows an FBI squad on the heels of a team of bank-robbing magicians who share their profits with the audience.  The pic boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes

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‘This Is The End’ International Trailer, Posters, Red-Band TV Spot & Clip

This Is The End is almost in theaters, bringing the next big hope in R-Rated summer comedy after The Hangover Part III kicked things off with a fizzle instead of a bang. This Is The End has a bigger ensemble cast – James Franco, Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson and Jay Baruchel – which will put it higher on comedy fans’ list or lower, depending on how you feel ...

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Three Days To Kill Gets Valentine’s Day 2014 Release Date

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McG’s upcoming thriller Three Days to Kill went into post-production mode earlier this month, and the only news that’s surfaced about the film recently has involved its frequently changing name, which has been floating between Three Days to Kill and Untitled McG Project, so let’s hope that the film actually landing its release date sets the title in stone...

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New ‘Fast & Furious 6′ Featurette: More Story and Character Details


We here at Screen Rant have spent this past month reporting (and discussing on the Screen Rant Underground Podcast) Universal’s plans after Fast & Furious 6 releases this May. That includes rushing Fast & Furious 7 into theaters by next year – thus ensuring the studio has one major tentpole enrolled for the middle of the Summer 2014 season – and, possib...

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New ‘World War Z’ TV Spots: Watch Brad Pitt and His Family Run Away From Zombies

What would it be like, to wake up one morning – surrounded by your loving family – and discover that a zombie epidemic has begun and was fast-spreading chaos around the globe? That nightmarish scenario is the beginning of World War Z, the film adaptation of Max Brooks’ best-selling novel that presents the zompocalypse from the perspective of two everyday parents (as played by Brad Pitt and Mirei...

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s New Issue Of Capitol Couture Shows Off Effie’s Style

The Hunger Games Catching Fire Capitol Couture Effie

Anybody who has read Suzanne Collins’ books or see Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games knows that the people in the Capitol have a…unique fashion taste. A means to express their opulence, residents typically wear big, eye catching clothes flashy colors and a ridiculous amount of makeup...

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First Look: Michael Keaton and Costumed Friend in ‘Birdman’ From Alejando González Iñárritu


Director Alejandro González Iñárritu isn’t known for comedy — films like Amores Perros, Babel,and 21 Grams may have elements of humor (small ones), but are generally serious, muti-strand dramas.

His new film, Birdman, appears to be something else. The film features Michael Keaton as an actor known for playing a the hero Birdman, and the character appears to be haunted by his past as he a...

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MAD MEN Recap: “Man with a Plan”


Oh, Don.  What the heck?  After a shaky start, Mad Men really received rave reviews last week for an episode that felt like old times, even though I just can’t really trust Matthew Weiner at this point to really give us what we want.  There must be a catch about this merger...

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‘American Sniper’ Could Lead Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis to ‘Thank You For Your Service’


At times when you can watch a nucleus of interest form in Hollywood, and it is happening right now around screenwriter Jason Dean Hall. His script for American Sniper, based on the life of the late Chris Kyle, has been in development with Bradley Cooper, and it attracted Steven Spielberg, who now plans to direct the film.

Now Hall is poised to script an adaptation of the book Thank You for Your...

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On The Set Of Insidious Chapter 2: Touring One Of The Creepiest Places On Earth

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When Insidious premiered in 2010, most people thought the movie would come and go, earning a moderate first weekend take and promptly falling by the wayside as so many other low budget horror flicks have...

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