He’s back – Taron Egerton returns as everyone’s favourite council-estate scruff turned international super spy. He’s suited and booted with the latest gear and a suave new suit. But has he got what it takes to stack up against the Statesmen? If nothing else, Taron Egerton is certainly more experienced.
The director reckons that he was surprised by the anger that the all-female version caused among fans of the original.
Classic John Candy comedy ‘The Great Outdoors’ is getting the remake treatment. Variety reports that it will be comedian Kevin Hart who will be taking on the lead role for Universal, as well as producing the movie. No word yet on co-stars or a director. The original movie was released in 1988, penned by John Hughes and directed by Howard Deutch, who directed other Hughes-written movies ‘Pretty In Pink’ and ‘Some Kind of Wonderful’. It followed Candy’s Chet Ripley as his holiday in Wisconsin is gate-crashed by his crass and wealthy brother-in-law Roman, played by Dan Aykroyd. ...
Game Of Thrones actors travel all over the world. Ellie Kendrick, the 26-year-old actress who plays Meera Reed in the long-running HBO series, sounds just a little disappointed that she has never been any further than Belfast. “I mean, Belfast is a great city,” she quickly tries to dispel any notion she is complaining about being in Northern Ireland, but it might be nice to go somewhere just a little more exotic.
Actor Joseph Fiennes recently opened up to Vulture about playing Michael Jackson in an unaired episode of Sky TV’s Urban Myths series. Fiennes portrayed Michael Jackson in the British TV production, and in the episode, his character embarks on a cross-country road trip with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando following the events of 9/11. The whole thing was based on an urban legend.
Sylvester Stallone is going to stick around in the Marvel Cinematic Universe past Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, according to director James Gunn — although it’s not quite clear just where he’s going to show up next. “I’m not sure about him appearing in Vol. 3, we’ll have to see about that, but it’s our plan to see more of Stallone.
Emile Hirsch ventured Into the Wild in one of his most memorable film roles. In the new crime thriller Vincent N Roxxy (watch the exclusive trailer above), he goes back into the sticks — but this time it’s more about self-preservation than self-discovery.
Mad Max: Fury Road wasn’t just a triumphant return to post-apocalyptic action for director George Miller, who hadn’t concocted an installment in his sci-fi franchise since 1985’s Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome; it was one of 2015’s best films. Thus there’s considerable demand for more adventures featuring Tom Hardy’s grunting road warrior and Charlize Theron’s fierce Furiosa — and according to Miller, he’s still planning on delivering two more chapters in the revitalized series.
Everyone knows he shot first, but there's still a lot we don't know about Han Solo. Here's everything we've rounded up so far about the 2018 anthology movie that will explore the Star Wars smuggler's early years.
Films like Lady Macbeth don’t come around often. It's a period drama set in 1865 and in many ways is incomparable to anything you'll have seen this year, heightened by British breakout star Florence Pugh whose central performance is one that'll likely be the subject of acting workshops long in the future. Pugh looks worlds away from her corset-wearing, wine-guzzling character when we meet on an unusually wintry April afternoon.
The movie nearly got an R rating for male nudity 20 years ago before becoming an improbable franchise. Now all the players — including Elizabeth Hurley, Robert Wagner, Michael De Luca, Seth Green and others — open up about awful test screenings, shooting at Scientology headquarters and luring Carrie Fisher.
With 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ' marking Marvel Studio's fifteenth cinema release, which are the studio's best and worst superhero movies?
The LA Confidential star will play the former partner of Sir Richard Attenborough's naive genius from the first Jurassic Park movie.
The actor has been spotted doing his best Jack Sparrow on the popular attraction at the Disney theme park.
It was a disastrous production and a terrible flop, but Val Kilmer has defended the roundly-panned adaptation of HG Wells' classic sci-fi novel.
The 'Home Alone' star has turned up in the new clip for hipster darling Father John Misty, and it's every bit as odd as it sounds.