For one of the biggest action movies in the pipe, the makers of Top Gun: Maverick have managed to keep their cards very close to their chests.
Josh Trank was so devastated by the failure of Fantastic Four that he started to have bitter feelings towards other superhero directors.
One Direction star Harry Styles is potentially in line to play The King himself in a new biopic of Elvis Presley from Australian director Baz Luhrmann.
Monica Barbaro is on board to join Tom Cruise and Miles Teller in Paramount-Skydance’s “Top Gun: Maverick.” Barbaro was one of several actresses that tested with Teller last week before the studio finally made the decision over the weekend. “Oblivion” helmer Joe Kosinski is directing the film, a sequel to the 1986 original “Top Gun.” […]
British actor Nicholas Hoult and Miles Teller are the frontrunners to play the son of Maverick's tragic wingman Goose in Top Gun 2.
'Only the Brave,' directed by Joseph Kosinski, stars Josh Brolin, Miles Teller as part of the Granite Mountain Hotshots elite firefighting first responders
Miles Teller has denied press reports – and now police reports – that he was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication during a visit to San Diego last weekend. Officer Billy Hernandez of the SDPD told the LA Times that Teller was out with friends in the Pacific Beach area when he was spotted ‘swinging from side to side, slurring words and had bloodshot eyes’. When detained for evaluation, Hernandez said that Teller lost his balance and almost fell into the street, at which point he was arrested ‘based on him not being able to care for his own safety’.
Emma Watson was at one time attached to take the Emma Stone role in Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-winning (well, not that Oscar) ‘La La Land’. “I knew I had horse training, I knew I had dancing, I knew I had three months of singing ahead of me, and I knew I had to be in London to really do that,” she said. Watson wasn’t the only star to miss out on the movie – Miles Teller was also in the frame for a time too, to star opposite Watson.
To play the middleweight champ who broke his neck in a car accident at the height of his powers in the 1980s, Teller says he had to lose 20lbs and 13% body fat over a 7-8 month period simply to “look like a boxer”, and that was just the start of it he admits. On the flip side of Teller’s startling transformation is co-star Aaron Eckhart’s weight swing the other way. The usually trim and handsome ‘The Dark Knight’ star shaved his head and GAINED 40lbs to play Vinny’s trainer Kevin Rooney, a feat perhaps even more difficult than Teller’s because he had to lose it again instantly for his next role.
Lionsgate, the studio behind the ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Twilight’ movies, regretted splitting the final instalment of the ‘Divergent’ movie series into two parts, claims one of its directors. Neil Burger, who helmed the first movie in the franchise, released in 2014, was speaking about the plans the company now has to make the final ‘Divergent’ film a TV project instead. ...
The first trailer for Miles Teller boxing drama ‘Bleed For This’ is in, and it looks like it packs a fair punch. Teller plays boxer Vinny Pazienza, the real-life light middleweight boxer who at the peak of his career was involved in a devastating car accident. It also stars Aaron Eckhart as boxing trainer Kevin Rooney and the excellent Ciarán Hinds as Angelo Pazienza.
Two stars were initially attached to Damien Chazelle film now considered by many to be the awards season front-runner
It looks as though Kate Mara still wants a ‘Fantastic Four’ sequel. During an interview with IGN, the 33-year-old actress revealed that she would still be interested in returning as Sue Storm (aka the Invisible Woman) in a ‘Fantastic Four’ sequel. “Oh yeah, I’d love to be a part of a Fantastic Four sequel or whatever they may or may not have in store for us,” she said.
Despite the fact that – well – almost nobody liked last year’s ‘Fantastic Four,’ actor Miles Teller still isn’t against the idea of doing a sequel. The 20th Century Fox/Marvel reboot from director Josh Trank was dogged with bad press from its inception, and was roundly savaged by fans and critics alike on release.
Reps for Shailene Woodley and Co. expected to push for re-negotiations as clients' contracts were contingent on a theatrical release
‘The Hangover’ trilogy director Todd Philips is back with another madcap vision of decadent young Americans wreaking havoc around the world - only this time, astonishingly, it’s based on true events. ‘War Dogs’ stars Jonah Hill (who’s clearly gained weight for the role) and Miles Teller as a pair of 20-something entrepreneurs trying to get ahead in one of the oldest professions: arms dealership. Set against the backdrop of the US military’s Middle Eastern conflicts of the 2000s, Hill and Teller are Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz, two Miami-based buddies who, according to the official synopsis, “exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts.
In some respects, director Josh Trank’s bold reimagining of the original Marvel Comics super-team seemed doomed from the start. Quite apart from causing outrage among some fans due to the youth of the cast, and in particular the changed ethnicity of Johnny Storm, ‘Fantastic Four’ was also dogged by rumours of a troubled production.
The shortlist for the young Han Solo in the forthcoming spin-off movie has been revealed. According to Variety, executives at Disney and Lucasfilm have now narrowed the field from thousands to just a handful of young actors. The movie business bible names ‘Fantastic Four’s Miles Teller, 'Divergent’s Ansel Elgort, James Franco’s brother Dave, and Clint Eastwood’s son Scott Eastwood among those being considered.
Studio Entertainment One has released the first trailer for The Divergent Series: Allegiant, starring Shailene Woodley. Watch it above. The third film in the ‘Divergent’ franchise, it sees Tris and Four venture over the wall to discover what remains of the rest of the world. Theo James, Naomi Watts, Ansel Elgort, Jeff Daniels and Miles Teller star alongside Woodley.
Simon Kinberg, the writer and producer for the ill-fated ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot that came out earlier this year, has revealed he’s hopeful of a sequel and is ready to start work on it. The Josh Trank-directed superhero movie received mostly scathing reviews upon release, and went on to flop at the box office, taking a measly $161 million.
Fox’s gritty ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot hits cinemas this week, and it marks the third attempt at bringing Marvel’s longest-running superhero team to the big screen. The first was a low budget Roger Corman quickie that never saw the light of day, while Tim Story’s 2005 effort fared a bit better making $330m worldwide and spawning a sequel. - Miles Teller Responds To Esquire Interview - Study Proves Hollywood’s Diversity Issue - Best Deadpool Trailer Moments The production has been shrouded in mystery up to now, so now we’ve seen it here’s everything you need to know about this summer’s last superhero spectacular… WARNING: Spoilers coming up. Is there a post-credit scene in ‘Fantastic Four’?