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They’ve chosen a very surprising lead character.
Ridley Scott seems to be less interested in historical accuracy with Exodus than pitching a recognisable Christian Bale in the central role of Moses. That’s okay – no film has to be historically accurate.
Scott, Gordon and Kinberg have a lot to live up to, to say the least.
I wish filmmakers would think more about finding good stories to adapt for the screen that they truly believe will connect with audiences.
A dreamy, almost dozy filter gives this video a watercolour look that’s quite far removed from the punchier, hard-edged tech noir of Ridley Scott’s original.
Pun headlines aside, concussions in football has become a hot button issue in the media lately so it seems like a timely topic for a filmmaker to take on.
Michael Fassbender buys lingerie from Natalie Dormer in this odd new viral clip for The Counselor.
Apologies for my paucity of blogging, I’m overseas with a broken internet situation and while this story is costing me a little cash money and a lot of sweat to post, it’s just too interesting to pass over.
Here’s my second report from the red carpet – once again, it was actually blue – at the Gala screening of Ridley Scott’s The Counselor.
“This is a smart movie. It’s really about something.”
Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem feature in these new character posters.
A Breaking Bad star is in talks for a big movie but this is not the Bryan Cranston-Lex Luthor news you were looking for.
The first teasers for the film gave away relatively little, and now the plot is starting to be more obvious. This is a pretty twisty story, however and the promos are thankfully leaving some things secret.
And she also doesn’t understand why she wan’t in Prometheus.
A new trailer for The Counselor, starring Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem
Yes, it looks like a film about men with interesting hair warning, threatening or telling Michael Fassbender what to think. Still, I’d watch that.
Cormac McCarthy’s script for The Counselor is about naughty, good looking people who are interested in money, sex and murder, and manage to blur the lines between those interests.
As well as having a screenplay by Cormac McCarthy and Ridley Scott smoking cigars behind the megaphone, The Counselor also boasts some cover-ready movie stars.