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When Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson, Tom Cruise, Kiera Knightley, Martin Scorcese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks And More Got The Clap
I have to say Sean Bean doesn’t look too happy. But everyone else seems to get into the spirit of things. The current playing advert on Film4 for its series of filmmaker and actor interviews…
I was rather surprised just how irresistible Saving Mr. Banks proved to be. The cast are splendid, the production design and cinematography are polished and unobtrusive, but the two real stars of the show are Kelly Marcel, the screenwriter, and …
My thoughts on Paul Greengrass’ somali pirate thriller and Xavier Dolan’s latest obtuse drama.
But this is only a very small part of the film.
The London Film Festival gets another Tom Hanks European premiere and the New York Film Festival gets the world premiere of Spike Jonze’s Her.
A new trailer for Paul Greengrass’ Somali pirate picture.
Paul Greengrass directs this thriller based on the real life story of a boat highjacked by Somali pirates.
The Paul Greengrass directed, Tom Hanks starring Somali pirate movie will open the London Film Festival on the 9th of October.
The Shadows Tell A Different Story – The Mouse And Mary Poppins Creep Into The Saving Mr. Banks Poster
This poster sells us the idea that Disney casts Mickey as his shadow, Travers casts Mary Poppins as hers. It’s not as clean a notion as you might think.
The star and director of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons are reteaming for Inferno.
Tom Hanks stars as Walt Disney and Emma Thompson as PL Travers, the creator of Mary Poppins, in this new film from director John Lee Hancock.
We’ve seen on-set pap snaps and sneaks from inside the soundstages, but this seems to be the first official promotional image from the making-of-Mary Poppins movie.
Tom Hanks and his Playtone Pictures are to continue their relationship with Neil Gaiman beyond the in-development American Gods TV series.
Two Colombian news sources are reporting that Toy Story 4 has been made official with Pixar promising a 2015 release date and the return of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack.
HBO taking the second world war to the skies.
A no-brainer bit of casting.
Big surprise moment, cut out of context and posted to YouTube.
From Michael Clarke Duncan’s memorial service.