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Bateman has cast himself and Nicole Kidman as a couple of performance artists who sometimes use their kids in their bizarre acts.
Some pretty big and cool casting news in the roundup today, and not a single one about a superhero or a galaxy far, far away! (But seriously, we need some official Star Wars news ASAP.) • The Perks of Being …
Splashing about in beauty and opulence.
“I just had to do the bear film.”
Colin Firth plays Eric Lomax, a real life British Army officer and author, in this new drama from director Jonathan Teplitzky.
Emma Watson circles back to a project she left, Werner Herzog and Nicole Kidman together at last, and are Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor returning to the new Terminator?
Amongst the many, many bit-part players on Anchorman 2 we’ll get glimpses of Nicole Kidman, though who knows what she’ll be doing, and Vince Vaughn and Luke Wilson, presumably reprising their roles from the first film.
Now, I mainly mention this now as it’s Oscar night and this film seems like a pretty solid bet to get Kidman at least a nomination in Academy Awards to come. Just because it’s Nicole Kidman playing Princess Grace.
Brilliant: Chan Wook Park Has Nicole Kidman Go Off The Deep End In A Single Menacing Take From Stoker
Chan Wook Park plays this scene for sheer intensity.
Featuring blood and a metronome, if those are your kind of things.
Nicole Kidman gives Mia Wasikowska some of the most pummelling, demoralising venom I’ve heard in a good long while.
The director of Oldboy and one of the hottest screenplays in many a year.
Two films, each to be released in sexually explicit and less explicit versions. Now with added LaBeouf.
The reputation that The Paperboy picked up after premiering at Cannes pretty much amounts to it being called trampy and slutty. It certainly looks like campy, messy nonsense in this trailer. Just when Matthew McConnaughey was on a bit of …
What will be joining David Cronenberg‘s Cosmopolis in the competition for a Palm D’or at Cannes this year? The full list of eligible films has been revealed this morning. Here they are, in alphabetical order by… um… auteur. “Rust and …
It’s not quite a case of burying the lede, but a new story on Lasse Hallstrom’s upcoming crime thriller The Hypnotist hides a nice and tidy sting down at the bottom. We’ll work our way there. Okay, so what’s this Hypnotist? As …
Chan Wook Park’s first English-language picture is set to be Stoker, built from a screenplay by Ted Foulkes, a pseudonym for the Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller. Already signed up in the lead role of India Stoker is the blazingly …
Lionsgate have let loose their trailer for Rabbit Hole, the David Lindsay Abaire written drama that earned him a Pulitzer in its original stage bound incarnation. This cinematic adaptation was directed by John Cameron Mitchell, who appears to have eschewed …