In January 2015 The Witch came to the Sundance Film Festival and knocked pretty much everyone flat on their asses. Despite the fact that it took over a year to make it to the big screen the movie picked up a cult following and introduced the world to the fantastic Anya Taylor-Joy along with director […]
4-time Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe has some thoughts about why Robert Pattinson, the rumored star of Matt Reeves‘ upcoming The Batman for Warner Bros. Pictures, has an important quality to bring the capped crusader to the big screen. “He’s got a strong chin. That’s a part of it,” Dafoe told Variety during a chat at Cannes about Lighthouse, […]
I started watching Netflix‘s Russian Doll expecting another Groundhog Day story – well, it totally is, it’s even marketed as such – with Natasha Lyonne (who ‘s always funny and watchable no matter what she’s in) and found instead a show about the East Village in Downtown New York City. As a lot of reviewers have already […]
Aquaman is looking to right the ship for DC and Warner Bros. (regardless how you feel about the films so far), and today they released the best look at the film yet. Over 5 minutes of footage was released, a lot of which was shown in Hall H at this years SDCC in July. Orm, […]
We didn’t know we needed to see Willem Dafoe as Vincent van Gogh, but after seeing the first trailer for At Eternity’s Gate, we *really* do. The film stars Dafoe as famed and crazed painter van Gogh told through his letters, from the eye of director Julian Schnabel. The supporting cast is really the intriguing thing there, with Oscar Isaac […]
Full disclosure: I love Streets of Fire. I’ve loved it since I was a kid, and I love it as an adult. It labels itself as a Rock ‘n’ Roll Fable, and it plays out like an extended music video. If you’ve never heard of this ’80s masterpiece, check out the trailer below. To give […]
Netflix released the new trailer for its live-action Death Note movie ahead of its August 25th premiere, giving viewers their first-(kinda)-look at Willem Dafoe’s Ryuk, as well as another look at Lakeith Stanfield‘s detective L and more of a focus on Margaret Qualley‘s Mia. In the trailer, Light Turner (Nat Wolff) stumbles upon the Death […]
Netflix has released the first trailer for their upcoming original film Death Note, based on the Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Death Note follows a high school student who comes across a supernatural notebook, realizing it holds within it a great power; if the owner inscribes someone’s name into it while picturing […]
The Great Wall might have amazing armor designs and decent cinematography but it can’t escape the 90’s era CGI or the basic story. Director: Yimou Zhang Summary: European mercenaries searching for black powder become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures. There are several reasons that […]
Universal Pictures has released three new behind-the-scenes videos for The Great Wall. The story of European mercenaries searching for black powder who become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures. The featurettes take a look inside filming, focuses on director Zhang Yimou and talks about shooting in […]
Well if nothing else the ambivalently awaited fantasy film, The Great Wall, has achieved one amazing feat – it’s released a trailer that’s probably the first to run longer than Cloud Atlas‘ 5 minute, 42 second trailer back in 2012. With an overall length of 8 minutes and 58 seconds, and assuming that it’s a […]
Matt Damon + some breathtaking visuals in this new trailer from Legendary’s The Great Wall. Also stars Jing Tian, Pedro Pascal, Willem Dafoe and Andy Lau, and in theaters February 2017. UPDATE: Here’s the UK version of the trailer, with a UK movie release date of 24th February 2017.
Willem Dafoe will soon add a Shinigami to his list of screen-villain credits. Mashable reports the actor has signed on to lend his voice to Ryuk the Shimigami in Adam Wingard‘s adaptation of the popular Tsugumi Ohba/Takeshi Obata manga series Death Note. Natt Wolf stars as a young man who discovers a notebook which can […]
For a moment, let’s excuse the strange sight of Matt Damon preparing to wage war atop the Great Wall of China and bask in the absurd visual wonder of Zhang Yimou in this trailer for their upcoming Legendary Pictures/Universal film, The Great Wall. In the film, Damon plays a member of an elite force making […]
Keanu Reeves is a hit or miss kind of actor for me. I can think of a handful of movies he was in that I like… the original Matrix, The Replacements, Point Break… the list is not long. He’s not an actor that will get me to go see a movie because he’s in it. […]
This may be the first Keanu Reeves movie I go to the theater to see in years. In Lionsgate’s latest film John Wick, Reeves plays an ex-assassin who got out of the game only to have the mob randomly take everything away from him including killing the dog his dead wife had given him before […]
Tough guys Albert Brooks, Willem Dafoe and Aaron Paul get new tough guy roles, while a new tough guy is born in Luca Calvani in today’s roundup. • Albert Brooks, aka Nemo’s dad, will be lending his voice to another animated flick, joining the cast of The Little Prince, a new adaptation of Antoine de […]
The longest casting roundup to date? New projects for Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Watts, Daniel Bruhl, Willem Dafoe and just about everyone else you can think of.
He may have hung up his Dark Knight cape for good, but Christian Bale is showing no sign of giving up in the pursuit of evil.
Linda Ge writes for Bleeding Cool. Whole Liam Neeson is having his epic showdown with some arctic wolves this weekend in The Grey, Willem Dafoe is looking to follow in his footsteps with a little Man vs. Wild adventure of his own. Instead of wolves, he’s got tigers on the brain. In The Hunter, Dafoe […]