After days of teasing, the first Bond 25 teaser is finally here.
Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Keean Johnson and Jennifer Connelly say whether they'll pledge to work with more female directors.
Clearly Christoph Waltz has no desire – NONE – to explain what he's up to in his latest movie.
The German-Austrian 'Alita' star has been vocal about his opposition to the Brexit process, and has again let his feelings be known.
Another notable actor has joined the cast of the upcoming sci-fi spectacular from James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. Jackie Earle Haley has signed on to co-star in ‘Alita: Battle Angel,’ according to The Hollywood Reporter. It’s hardly surprising that Haley would be cast as the bad guy, as he tends to excel in such roles.
Christoph Waltz has admitted that he doesn’t think his portrayal of Ernst Blofeld in ‘Spectre’ wasn’t quite up to snuff. He also added that with the next movie without a studio (Sony’s deal with MGM expired last November) and, perhaps, without a Bond, he’s not sure if he’ll be reprising the role in the future. ...
Two-time Oscar-winner and go-to bad guy actor Christoph Waltz looks set to board what should be one of the biggest sci-fi movies of the next few years.
With his top off and that rippled six-pack, you perhaps couldn’t blame Christoph Waltz’s Captain Leon Rom if he went in for a snog. Waltz’s corrupt Belgian captain is the antagonist to Alexander Skarsgård’s John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke – or Tarzan as he’s better known.
He might be Hollywood these days, but Christophe Waltz is European to the marrow. While doing the publicity rounds for his new movie ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ yesterday, news broke that Nigel Farage had stepped down as leader of the UK Independence Party. - Hasselhoff stopped DiCaprio joining Baywatch - Affleck is the ‘most murderous’ Batman ever - Skarsgard reveals insane diet for Tarzan Waltz has voiced his opinions on the European referendum in the past, and was more than happy to give his two cents on the Leave campaigner quitting his post. “Of course the head rat would leave the sinking ship” - Christoph Waltz reacts to @Nigel_Farage stepping down https://t.co/mHhHrk31t2— Sky News (@SkyNews) July 5, 2016 “Well, of course, the head rat would leave the sinking ship,” he told Sky News.
Following the first look at Alexander Skarsgard’s ripped new Tarzan, the first trailer for the reboot of the cinematic staple has arrived. Telling the story backwards, it picks up Skarsgard’s Earl Greystoke in Victorian London, years after his early upbringing by apes in the jungle. Elsewhere, there are roles for Djimon Hounsou as a tribal chief and Samuel L. Jackson as adventurer George Washington Williams.