Margot Robbie leads the cast of 'Birds of Prey', reprising her role as Harley Quinn, alongside a cast of female anti-heroes.
The new, female-led DC superhero team-up is receiving rapturous responses from film critics.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead is no stranger to big screen comic book adaptations, having played Ramona Flowers in Edgar Wright’s 2010 cult hit “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.” She has also portrayed her share of strong female characters in titles including FX series “Fargo” and 2014 biographical crime drama “Kill the Messenger.” Winstead’s new role as Huntress in Warner Bros.’ upcoming female-led “Birds of Prey” is a completely new and different story, though. “I’m going to start training, and I’ll be learning how to shoot a bow and arrow, too — which is new for me,” Winstead told TheWrap during an interview for her latest film, a dramedy called “All About Nina,” in theaters this weekend.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead has landed the female lead opposite Will Smith in Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media’s “Gemini Man,” sources tell Variety. Variety first reported that Winstead was one of the finalists for the role, with Tatiana Maslany and Elizabeth Debicki also up for the part. Clive Owen is in talks to play the villain, […]
It looks as though Domino will appear in ‘Deadpool 2’. According to Collider, not only will the classic ‘X-Men’ character make an appearance in the upcoming ‘Deadpool’ sequel, but there’s a pretty awesome shortlist, too. “Sources close to the production exclusively tell Collider that testing has begun for the character of Domino,” they revealed.
As much as ‘10 Clovefield Lane’ has been shrouded in mystery, the J.J. Abrams project is gradually revealing more and more, starting with its star Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Aside from Winstead, she’s only joined on-screen by two other actors: the legendary John Goodman and ‘Short Term 12′s’ John Gallagher Jr.
Daniel Radcliffe’s latest movie ‘Swiss Army Man’ just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival - and it would seem to have left the audience somewhat bewildered. The film from directorial duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert stars Radcliffe as a corpse, who somehow strikes up a friendship with a lost man, played by Paul Dano. Variety report that the ‘magical realist’ film opens with Dano finding Radcliffe’s body washed up on a beach - only for the corpse to come to life and break wind.