25 years ago, David Fincher dusted himself off after 'Alien 3' and produced one of the best serial killer thrillers ever made.
Sir Anthony Hopkins' performance in the forthcoming drama The Father is being called one of the best of his career, with a new trailer now landing from indie studio Lionsgate.
It might have been 40 years since the famous Oscars moment, but "the British" are still coming for the Academy Awards.
US network CBS has green-lit a pilot based on writer Thomas Harris's Clarice Starling, the FBI agent from Silence of the Lambs.
The star of 'The Two Popes' admitted he's not a fan of going to the cinema any more.
Change has always been a key theme in Westworld, as the hosts began to grow beyond their programming, but it looks set to be the defining idea of Season 3.
Early 'Thor: Ragnarok' trailers showed a very different version of the key scene, so why did the destruction of Mjolnir change in the finished film? The director explains.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Add Pope Francis to Netflix’s continually growing TV and movie roster names. The streaming service is moving forward with the feature film <em>The Pope</em>, with Jonathan Pryce tapped to play the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, and Anthony Hopkins in talks to play his predecessor Pope Benedict. The film will be directed by <em>City of God</em> helmer Fernando Meirelles, has a script by Anthony McCarten, who wrote <em>The Theory of Everything</em> about Stephen Hawking and the…
Taika Waititi provides our first photographic evidence that Hopkins will be back as Odin in the upcoming Marvel sequel.
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When Sir Anthony Hopkins found ‘Breaking Bad’, he binge watched the whole lot in two weeks. Then he wrote a lovely email to Bryan Cranston to express his unending admiration of his performance in the critically acclaimed series. Said missive then promptly went viral, a fact that delighted 'Breaking Bad’ fans, but not, it seems, Sir Anthony.
There was a time when Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins joining forces on the big screen would have been a big, attention-grabbing deal, but their latest film ‘Misconduct’ has proven a massive flop. Over its debut weekend at the UK box office, the legal thriller directed by Shintaro Shimosawa made just £97.00, making an average of £19.40 per screen on average (via Guardian). Crucially however, it was also released digitally and to streaming services alongside its cinema release, which may help it slightly and at the very least push its box office haul over a ton.
In an official statement, Marvel have announced the cast of the upcoming ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ which will see Chris Hemsworth headline his third solo adventure as the God of Thunder - this time with Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner/The Hulk in tow. ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘Independence Day’ star Goldblum is set to appear as “the eccentric Grandmaster,” whilst Urban (another ‘Lord of the Rings’ alumnus, since seen in ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Dredd’) is Skurge - a mighty Asgardian warrior, unsurprisingly.
Made the mistake of doing it twice — three times. ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ is okay. Director Jonathan Demme’s film, based on Thomas Harris’s novel, went on to sweep the board at the Oscars, with best lead performance awards for both Jodie Foster and Hopkins - despite Hopkins having under 25 minutes of screen time.