Deadline reports that Rebecca Hall will be the female lead in Amazon’s adaptation of the science fiction art book Tales From the Loop. The Vicky Christina Barcelona star will be playing Loretta, a physicist who lives in a that is in the vicinity of “the Loop”, a construct that has altered the fabric of the universe around it, […]
Rebecca Hall is feeling some regret about starring in the upcoming Woody Allen film A Rainy Day in New York. Hall said that signing onto the movie was a no-brainer when it was first offered to her, but reading the statements from Dylan Farrow knocking the hypocrisy of actors participating in the Time’s Up and Me Too […]
We’ve got a clip from the upcoming film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, the story of William Moulton Marston, creator of Wonder Woman. Marston, who was known for having uncommon beliefs about women and marriage, looked to bring his views to the world through his new comic book. And in the scene Marston (Luke […]
Several mysterious teasers, and now, an official trailer, with actual scenes from the film.
Sounds like the kind of sci-fi I’m more used to getting from a paperback book than the silver screen, and that’s no bad thing.
They consolidate my previous story on the film. And... what's this about Rebecca Hall?
The new surveillance-and-terrorism legal thriller Closed Circuit isn't really a thriller at all, but a drama. I spoke to its superb director, John Crowley.
There's a lot of talent behind this film, from Boy A and Is There Anybody There? director John Crowley to Eastern Promises screenwriter Steven Knight.
A fresh new batch of images featuring Clive Owen, Rebecca Hall, Juliette Binoche, Maiwenn and many more.
The DP on Nolan's Memento and Dark Knight Trilogy is directing his first feature and it could well be very big in China.
Chris Nolan's cinemaotgrapher is gearing up to direct sci-fi picture Transcendence.
Seems like it's Iron Man 3 week. Here's a new image of Rebecca Hall as Maya Hansen.
A haunted house story with Rebecca Hall. Bonus: our Hannah interviews the director on video.
Includes first footage from The Girl, about the making of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, and Jane Campion's murder mystery, Top of the Lake.
Surely everybody loves at least one Stephen Frears film?
Seeing as Jessica Chastain couldn’t make the dates, Marvel Studios have turned to Rebecca Hall to fill the role of “sexy scientist,” reasonably supposed to be Maya Hansen, in Iron Man 3. The image I’ve used is the best I could do for her “sexy lab coat” look. Marvel Studios, you know where to send […]
Director John Crowley might be the best kept secret in British cinema right now – and what’s more, actors should love him. His last film, Is There Anybody There? was a brilliantly well-crafted drama giving Michael Caine one of the best roles of his whole career; his incredibly compelling TV movie Boy A gave Andrew […]
The Awakening is a haunted manor house story from the horror subgenre that brought you classics like The Others, The Haunting, The Innocents and The Woman In Black, and while not perhaps as striking and memorable as those films, it works well as a post-WWI drama about loss and trauma, and also managed some decent […]
Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are teaming up again for The Trade. This film tells the tale of the great Yankee scandal of the early 70s when pitchers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson were caught swapping wives. The script is written by Ben and Casey Affleck, while Ben and […]
Earlier this week I attended a Q&A with the stunningly practical and pragmatic Stephen Frears in which he took questions from what would seem to be an entirely random selection of Oxford’s public. Several questions came from me, as you might expect, and at one point I enquired about progress on Lay the Favourite. This […]