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The Zero Theorem is the latest film from Terry Gilliam of Monty Python and the director of Brazil and Twelve Monkeys. It was released last March in the U.K. but is finally set for a U.S. release on August 19th. …
Who is the man in the hat? Anybody know?
Quentin Tarantino’s Next Is The Hateful Eight, A Western With Parts For Bruce Dern And Christoph Waltz
According to Deadline, Quentin Tarantino is currently undergoing the process of showing his latest script, a western believed to be called The Hateful Eight, to actors he wants to play parts. His goal, apparently, is to get feedback from the …
They consolidate my previous story on the film. And… what’s this about Rebecca Hall?
Casting Roundup: Christoph Waltz Wants To Be A Horrible Boss After All, Plus Warcraft, Will Smith And More
He was out but now Christoph Waltz is back in for Horrible Bosses 2, Will Smith is selling time for a do-over, James Franco returns to Palo Alto and more in today’s roundup. • Christoph Waltz will be a horrible …
Chloe Moretz lands on her next film, some new Horrible Bosses are sought, Fargo casts some more in today’s roundup. • Chloe Moretz has lined up her next project, a teen-driven murder mystery called November Criminals to be directed by …
Of course, the story heads back to the jungle but in the beginning, this movie’s Tarzan has returned to his place in polite society.
Terry Gilliam’s Comic-Con Introduction, Director’s Statement And The First Poster For The Zero Theorem
Terry Gilliam the director, and the actor, introduces The Zero Theorem to the Comic-Con crowds.
If you saw the leaked trailer or reel that were doing the rounds last month, you’ll know that this film is certainly very distinctively designed.
Christoph Waltz, Matt Damon, Tilda Swinton, David Thewlis, Ben Whishaw… it’s an incredible cast in an even more incredible context.
I’ve always enjoyed eavesdropping on the bus. Or in the cinema queue. Or at the Turkish Baths. But it looks like my dream nosing-in session passed me by.
I’ve been a little in love with Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski’s screenplay for Big Eyes for a while now.
There’s a brightness and vividity to many of the images in this new trailer for Epic that really pleased my eye. My ear, meanwhile, was overjoyed by every little bit of Christoph Waltz.
He’s in, and he’ll be dancing.
Meet the two best movie horses of 2012.
New cars, old cars, colourful costumes.
Little things hitting each other. That is what I like.
Matt Damon goes bald, then gets some new hair glued on.