During Monday night’s Watch What Happens Live Charlize Theron was asked how she felt about her Snow White and the Huntsman co-star Chris Hemsworth saying that she should be the next James Bond. “It's super-flattering,” she said, but then deflated excitement around the potential of a female 007 by saying there is nothing like that in the works — but she did confirm that an Atomic Blonde 2 is in development. The Academy Award-winning actress simply confirmed the buzz around…
Jason Reitman talks Tully, the idea of making a Hawkeye movie and why he's not letting previous bad reviews get him down
A legal battle between director George Miller and Warner Bros could mean that we won't get to see two more planned Mad Max movies.
The creators of "Juno" are back with film that plays out like a modern-day "Mary Poppins," minus the dancing penguins and singing sweeps.
Director David Leitch says the studio pleaded with him to cut back the iconic 'Atomic Blonde' stairwell fight because it was too violent.
From “Children of Men” to the opening scene of “La La Land,” so-called oners are all the rage these days, as directors design scenes (or entire movies, a la “Birdman”) to look as if they were filmed in one continuous take. But surely none has been more complicated than the nearly 10-minute, “single-shot” action scene in... Read more »
In this week’s cover story, Charlize Theron tells Variety she hopes that her new action thriller “Atomic Blonde” spawns a multi-film franchise. But she’s also eager to trek back through the desert as the one-armed Imperator Furiosa in a prequel to “Max Mad: Fury Road.” “I’d love to,” Theron tells Variety. “There were three scripts. They were... Read more »
Get your first look at the "Chemistry" featurette, one of the extras from the upcoming home video edition of 'The Fate of the Furious,' released on July 11
Zoe Kravitz candidly admits the leads of George Miller's acclaimed 'Mad Max' sequel "didn't get along."
The eighth episode in the fuel-injected blockbuster franchise ‘The Fast and the Furious’ is just over four months away – and now we have our first brief glimpse of the action. The troubled seventh film in the series managed to rise from the tragedy of star Paul Walker’s untimely death to become the biggest ‘Fast &Furious’ by far, grossing $1.516 billion worldwide (making it the sixth highest grossing film of all time at present). Naturally this very brief glimpse of the eighth film doesn’t give us any huge insights plot-wise, but we do get brief glimpses of most of the key stars – Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, and the new villain of the piece Charlize Theron.
Here’s a bit of a casting curveball… Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron is reportedly circling the role of the villain in ‘Fast & Furious 8’.