Following Bradley Cooper's departure from Jane Got A Gun to complete production on American Hustle, news arrives that the Hangover star has an even more lucrative role lined up once he completes David O. Russell's political drama.
Cooper will headline American Sniper, with none other than Steven Spielberg directing. Based on the true story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, an expert marksman who racked up the highest number of sniper kills in US military history.
The new trailer from Ron Howards' Formula One dram Rush is stunning – both visually and audibly. Hans Zimmer‘s score is as dramatic as they come, fitting perfectly with the speed and thrill of the racing. The shots of the wheel-to-wheel racing are superb and so exciting.
Having recently found out that he has directed several films I rather enjoyed, and loving a bit of F1, I'm very intrigued as to what Ron Howard has in store for us with his next film Rush.
The makers of upcoming Jeff Buckley biopic Greetings from Tim Buckley, Tribeca Film, have just released the first trailer for the movie.
A new trailer has been released for Steven Soderbergh's biopic of Liberace, Behind the Candelabra and oh boy, is it fabulous. I'm talking sequins, feathers and Rob Lowe in a wig.
Bruce Lee as everyone knows, requires no introduction, but apparently Lee requires a re-introduction.
In typically Hitchcockian fashion, Hitchcock starts with a red herring for the audience. It turns out to be this rather simplistic film’s best device.
It’s a film about a director that barely shows him directing, save the infamous shower scene – filmed as an outlet for his frustrated emotions for actress Janet Leigh (Scarlett Johansson, low key throughout) when he seizes the knife himself in the shower scene and slashes violently in her direction to terrify her for real when her acting fails to satisfy him.
Poor Lance Armstrong, the unluckiest biographical subject in the world.
As he gazed indistinctly at the calamity and horror coursing through the Civil War South, Lincoln grew more hidebound and committed to the passage of the Thirteen Amendment. This fact becomes an emotive portrayal on screen in the time-sifting biopic starring Daniel Day Lewis.
Susan Boyle took the world by surprise and ended up winning its collective heart, with her rendition of Les Miserables' I Dreamed A Dream on Britain's Got Talent in 2009. Her story was widely reported, both the highs and lows, and for a time you just couldn't escape her.
Now that her star shines a touch less brightly, it seems Fox Searchlight are eager to apply a bit of polish with the announcement that they are developing a biopic about Boyle's life.