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Based on the book by Kevin Boyle about Ossian Sweet and Clarence Darrow The post Arc of Justice: Russell Crowe Eyes Role Opposite David Oyelowo appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Nick Cave Says He Was “Angry” When He Saw ‘One More Time With Feeling,’ Now Calls The Film “An Extraordinary Gift”
One of the greatest musicians we have, Nick Cave, is about to return to performing with a series of live dates tied to his great recent record “Push The Sky Away.” It comes after an extended gap following the tragic death of Cave’s teenage son Arthur in 2015, the aftermath of which was documented last year in Andrew Dominik’s extraordinary performance film “One More Time With Feeling,” one of our favorite films of 2016. Continue reading Nick Cave Says He Was “Angry” When He Saw ‘One More Time With Feeling,’ Now Calls The Film “An Extraordinary Gift” at The Playlist.
“She’s unlike anything we’ve ever faced” The post More Destruction in a New Clip From The Mummy Starring Tom Cruise appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
While audiences haven’t always rewarded big, blockbuster properties treating themselves so seriously (hello, DC Films), Universal is rolling those dice for “The Mummy” in their contemporary spin on the classic movie monster. Tom Cruise takes a break from whatever “Mission: Impossible” stunt he’s working on to star in the film about an ancient evil that’s unleashed that he has to stop or else the world will turn to darkness or whatever. Continue reading Tom Cruise Finds Adventure In New International Trailer For ‘The Mummy’ at The Playlist.
Tom Cruise already has one bread and butter franchise with “Mission: Impossible,” but it looks like he might have another, taking the lead in Universal’s first monster movie universe movie with “The Mummy.” And a new trailer highlights its blockbuster ambitions. Directed by Alex Kurtzman, and co-written by Jon Spaihts (“Prometheus“) and longtime Cruise bud Christopher McQuarrie, the film features Sofia Boutella (“Kingsman: The Secret Service,” “Star Trek Beyond“) as the titular monster, whose ancient power is unleashed. Continue reading Ancient Power Is Unleashed In New Trailer For ‘The Mummy’ Starring Tom Cruise at The Playlist.
“We had a great meeting with Brad, he was incredibly interested in the property.” The post Cable Casting: Brad Pitt Out, Is Russell Crowe on the List for Deadpool 2? appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
So, like it or not, we’re getting a monster movie universe now courtesy of Universal. The studio is bringing their well of classic cinematic monsters back to the big screen, with Marvel-style connectivity. And they’re not holding on back on hiring big guns to get asses in the seats, with Tom Cruise still somewhat unbelievably starring in “The Mummy.” Clearly, the ambition is high for this picture which sees “Kingsman: The Secret Service” star Sofia Boutella playing the titular creature, with Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Continue reading Tom Cruise Faces ‘The Mummy’ In First Trailer For Universal’s Monster Movie Reboot at The Playlist.
Say what you will about the Brendan Fraser “The Mummy” movies, but they never took themselves too seriously. But it seems that as Universal gears up their planned monster movie universe, they are going for po-faced and gritty, which begs the question, when will this approach to franchise material start getting old? The first footage from “The Mummy” has arrived in advance of the full-length trailer on Sunday and…. Continue reading First Footage From Monster Movie ‘The Mummy’ Starring Tom Cruise Revealed at The Playlist.
BEVERLY HILLS – Ridley Scott may still be looking for his first individual Academy Award, but with his 80th decade almost over the legendary filmmaker is starting to receive an inevitable number of lifetime achievement honors. On Friday night the American Cinematheque saluted both Scott and Warner Bros. worldwide marketing and distribution president Sue Kroll in a star studded ceremony that was remarkably candid and classy at the same time. Continue reading Bradley Cooper, Kristen Wiig, Sigourney Weaver slay at American Cinematheque’s Ridley Scott tribute at The Playlist.