Jon Bernthal has said that he wrapped ‘Baby Driver’ having ‘lost a ton of respect’ for Kevin Spacey, over his on-set behaviour. Bernthal played one of the gang working for Kevin Spacey’s Doc, a mysterious crime kingpin, but he says that he was ‘enormously disappointed’ with Spacey, having been a fan of him for many years. “I wasn’t there much, but when I was there, he really rubbed me the wrong way,” he told Jim Norton and Sam Roberts on Sirius XM.
A funny scene in the Edgar Wright-directed film sees robbers don mistakenly don masks of Mike Myers' comedy character.
In his latest movie, “Marjorie Prime,” Jon Hamm plays a hologram who gives tender therapeutic advice to the aging lady he was once married to (it’s complicated), and if that doesn’t strike you as exciting, you’re not alone. The movie is a precious indie bauble that has already whiffed at the specialty box office. Hamm... Read more »
Marc Bolan’s son wants to get it on with Sony — in the courtroom. The copyright infringement complaint, filed in federal court in California on Thursday, alleges that the defendants “failed to obtain — or even seek — the permission of Feld,” who says he is the U.S. copyright holder of the song, to use the tune in the film. “In the six weeks since Feld brought this infringement to Defendant Sony’s attention, Defendants have done little more than point fingers at one another — and they have neither apologized nor offered to pay Feld a reasonable license fee,” the suit reads.
While movie stars continue to fade at the box office, directors are having their day in the sun. “Dunkirk’s” $50 million opening weekend is just the latest indication that the spotlight may be shifting from actors to filmmakers, even for blockbusters and summer popcorn fare. Star-driven films like Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s “The House,”... Read more »
Writer-directors conferred to ensure their music-driven films didn't feature the same songs.
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A talented, young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams (Lily James), Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss (Kevin Spacey), he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom. In cinemas 28 June.
It’s not often we get to bring you news of a film being brought forward on the release calendar, let alone one being brought forward by six whole weeks, but that’s what’s happened to Edgar Wright’s latest film ‘Baby Driver’. The news follows positive reviews after the film’s premiere at the South By South West festival earlier in March. Sony announced the change of release date at CinemaCon on Monday (27 March), where it also screened the film’s opening six minutes.
The first trailer for ‘Baby Driver’ has made its way online and it’s given us a taste of what we can expect for the upcoming movie. Director Edgar Wright returns to the film world four years since his last flick, ‘The World’s End’, that was released in 2013 as the concluding instalment of his famed Cornetto Trilogy. Having risen to fame with television series ‘Spaced’, starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Jessica Hynes, this signifies Wright’s first big Hollywood movie, having helmed smaller, indie movies such as ‘Shaun of the Dead’, ‘Hot Fuzz’, and ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’.