A Dame-sized gap has now been filled with Eva Green cast as the titular character in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
With the release of the first trailer for Derek Cianfrance's The Place Beyond The Pines recently, we now have a set of new images from the film.
The poster to Derek Cianfrance's new film 'The Place Beyond the Pines' has been released.
Spring Breakers just refuses to adhere to my rule of hating Harmony Korine films on sight.
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has an impressive cast assembled so far, with the likes of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Josh Brolin joining original stars Mickey Rourke, Jamie King, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson. That cast became three names more impressive this week after the announcement that Juno Temple, Ray Liotta and Jeremy Piven have joined the cast.
I have a complicated relationship with Harmony Korine. His screenplay for Kids is a harsh, honest wonder. Everything Korine has produced independent of Larry Clark (and vice versa) seems to indicate a lot of what I like about Kids is down to Clark.
Korine seemed to enjoy the notoriety that his shocking début caused and has chased that high ever since with directorial efforts like Gummo and Trash Humpers. The latter of which, upon seeing, lead me to consider finding religion, just so I would have something to renounce in the face of such monumental awfulness. That's how much I dislike Korine's work.
Korine is back with Spring Breakers, a mix of criminality and hedonism set against the back drop of sunny Florida. The film controversially stars Disney Channel mainstays Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, along with Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, and a supporting turn by James Franco.
Being bumped from an awards friendly September release date to the month where films go to die, ostensibly on account of post-Aurora reshoots, should have been warning enough that all was not well with Ruben Fleischer’s Gangster Squad. Yet, despite a stellar cast, a blistering, old fashioned ‘true’ story of gangsters, tommy guns, glamorous molls and dapper brogues, no amount of reshoots could have salvaged this muddled romp through crime ridden post war LA.
Only God Forgives, Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn’s follow up to Drive, finally has a teasing first look.
The trailer for The Place Beyond The Pines, the new film from Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance, is online and it looks expectedly stunning.
Tom (those lips are wasted on a man) Hardy is getting set to play in Animal Rescue, likely to be joined by Noomi Rapace.