Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen have signed on to play the leads in the Paul Schrader/Bret Easton joint, The Canyons. This is one of those rare occasions where casting a professional boinker is the classier decision.
Could this be the resurrection of Oliver Stone? I hope so.
This week we have the first trailer for Steven Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower, an adaptation of his acclaimed novel of the same name.
There are certain words it’s hard to avoid when reviewing a Wes Anderson movie, such as quirky, eccentric and whimsical, but it’s just hard not to when he makes films that are so gosh darn quirky, eccentric and whimsical. With Moonrise Kingdom though, he may harness his usual bag of tricks and deliver a film in his trademark auteur style, but there’s a tremendous tenderness and sincerity in the film’s story that for me sets it up there with the very best of his output.
Current Sherlock and all round star-on-the-rise, Benedict Cumberbatch has signed on for a role in Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paul Dano and McQueen regular Michael Fassbender.
I loved Drive, you probably loved Drive, any self-respecting film fan can at least find something to like in Drive. It stands to reason that anticipation for the next collaboration between Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling (the DeNiro to his Scorsese, the Rob Schneider to his Adam Sandler) would be incredibly high.
That film is called Only God Forgives, and here are some pics...
Formula One hasn't always enjoyed the best of fortunes on the silver screen, but Ron Howard looks to have nailed the sport's edge-of-the-seat thrills in his forthcoming film Rush.
Focusing on the rivalry between '70s legends James Hunt and Nicki Lauda (played by Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl respectively), Rush shows how Lauda recovered from a potentially fatal accident half-way through the 1976 season to challenge Hunt for the World Championship.
Paul Thomas Anderson is reported to have shown The Master to Tom Cruise as rumours persist that the film is inspired by Scientology and the movement's founder L. Ron Hubbard.
We may have seen and heard a lot about Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe since their Harry Potter days, but now it’s Rupert Grint’s turn for some time in the post-Ron Weasley spotlight.
The actor has a couple of projects lined up – the first in Fredrik Bond’s action-comedy-romance The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman and the second in the music biopic CBGB. Want to know more? Good.
The first trailer and poster for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal American novel The Great Gatsby have been released. This new adaptation will be directed by Baz Luhrmann, a man who knows how to create a lavish spectacle or two and stars the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton, Carey Mulligan and Isla Fisher.