Friday, August 30, 2013

Teresa Palmer & Mark Webber: Sweaty Workout Session!


Teresa Palmer & Mark Webber: Sweaty Workout Session!

Teresa Palmer & Mark Webber: Sweaty Workout Session!
Teresa Palmer wraps her arm around her fiance Mark Webber as they step out together on Wednesday afternoon (August 28) in Los Angeles.
The 27-year-old pregnant actress andMark, 33, made there way back to their car after hitting the gym for an intense workout session.
“My future brother in law “Lil G” fell asleep during our #UnsolvedMysteries marathon #toocute #bestshowever,”Teresa shared on her Twitter account along with a pic.
In case you missed it, check outTeresa showing off her brand new engagement ring!
10+ pictures inside of Teresa Palmer and Mark Webber leaving the gym…





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Source: JustJared

Ryan Kwanten Takes in the Sights of Rio de Janeiro!


Ryan Kwanten Takes in the Sights of Rio de Janeiro!

Ryan Kwanten Takes in the Sights of Rio de Janeiro!
Ryan Kwanten is greeted by groups of fans as he enjoys the day on Thursday (August 29) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The 36-year-old True Blood actor rocked two different outfits, a blue button down and a white tank, as he spent time in the historic city.
The day before, Ryan was spotted in a costume on a film set, sporting a slicked back hairdo!
Earlier in the week, Ryan was seen taking a stroll with a gal pal while heading out around town.
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Source: JusatJared

Superman/Batman Film Will Shoot In Detroit


Superman/Batman Film Will Shoot In Detroit
The new home of Metropolis and Gotham. Gothtropolis?

Source: Michigan Film Office (Via Coming Soon)


Though there was a thought that Zack Snyder would be returning to Vancouver and its environs (a favourite shooting haunt of his) to film the Superman/Batman crossover Man Of Steel sequel, Canada will have to manage without the last son of Krypton and Gotham’s Caped Crusader: they’re off to Michigan.
In an announcement from the Michigan Film Office, picked up by Coming Soon’s Bat-web radar, the superhero mash-up, lured by tax incentives, will film in and around Detroit. Which means that both Metropolis and, presumably, Gotham will both be played on screen by a city that has recently declared bankruptcy. Hopefully Bruce Wayne’s billions will be a welcome cash injection.
“Detroit is a great example of a quintessential American city, and I know it will make the perfect backdrop for our movie,” says Snyder. “Detroit and the entire state of Michigan have been fantastic collaborators, and we are looking forward to working together on this film.”
With the title still undecided, we do know the film will feature returning Steel workers Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane, joined by Ben Affleck, who, as you may have heard (and read via the virtual gnashing of teeth and rending of garments online), is playing Batman. It’s scheduled to kick off production early next year for a July 17, 2015 release date in the US (and possibly here, though there has been no official word on that).

Source: EmpireOnlinr

Chris Pratt On Guardians Of The Galaxy


Chris Pratt On Guardians Of The Galaxy
'It'll be the Citizen Kane of movies other than Citizen Kane...'

Source: IGN


Chris Pratt is hard at work at not one but two jobs at the moment, as he flits between London and LA filming Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy and US sitcom Parks And Recreation. He somehow carved out a few minutes of down time to talk to IGN about Guardians, which he seems to be enjoying
“It’s been really great. It’s hard to even put into words, especially for someone like me who has the vocabulary of a sixth-grader. It’s been a real trip. There are a lot of super talented people working on it – artists. That’s what I always loved about comic books as a kid, the drawings. I didn’t ever read them that much. I wasn’t too big into the stories, but I loved the artwork and the covers. I liked to draw a lot as a kid myself,” he said. “So to see that, as they did making these comic books, they’ve hired the best artists in the world to do the concept artwork and to design these worlds. It’s so imaginative and so unreal. We’re working really hard and I’m in a bit of a daze, but I just can’t wait for people to see what we’re doing out there.”
A lot of people have commented on the challenges that director James Gunn and his team face translating the often weird comic title into a film that both fans and audiences who don’t know their Groot (tree warrior, likely voiced by Vin Diesel) from their Gamora (Zoe Saldana, painted green).
The rag-tag bunch of mercenaries, thieves, assassins and genetically engineered warrior raccoon will require some heavy lifting to work on screen. Pratt, playing a human named Peter Quill thrust in the middle of the madness, will help guide those who might feel lost in it all.
“I think tone is the major thing we have to accomplish, a consistent tone, going from silly and comedic to high-stakes drama and action, and everything in between,” says Pratt. “It’s really up to James, and I trust everything that he’s doing. I think we’re getting good stuff. I don’t know what to say about it other than it might be…Oh! It’s the greatest movie of the 21st century! That’s what I’ll say. It’ll be the Citizen Kane of movies other than Citizen Kane.” No small claim, there.
As for whether he’ll eventually get to hang out with Iron Man, Captain America and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, that’s a question for the future. It’s clear, though, that Pratt would relish the chance. “Man, that would be really cool. What’s nice is that it is all the same universe. Because it falls under the Marvel umbrella, there is the possibility, just like in the comic books, that these stories could intersect.” There’s more from the interview over at IGN.
Guardians Of The Galaxy will be out on August 1 next year. For more from Pratt (plus bonus Zoe Saldana and the Captain America: The Winter Soldier gang), take a look at our interview from Comic-Con. 

Source: EmpireOnline

Gravity Character Poster Arrives


Gravity Character Poster Arrives
George Clooney won't let go

Source: Warner Bros.



Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity is receiving plenty of critical buzz as it unspools before audiences at the Venice Film Festival. Our own Damon Wise has seen and liked it, so it seems only fitting that a new, George Clooney-centric poster arrives in the vacuum of cyberspace, which you can see lower down the page.
Clooney plays veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky, a witty, solid space jockey on his last flight before he hangs up his space suit. He’s overseeing nervy Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock), up for her first time to conduct experiments and work on the Hubble telescope. She’s not dealing with it well, but Kowalsky is the calm voice of reason and encouragement.
And he’ll need to be, because tragedy strikes while they’re out on an otherwise routine spacewalk and their shuttle is destroyed in a random accident. The pair find themselves suddenly very much alone, tethered only to each other and floating off into the inky depths. There’s no radio contact with Earth, and as panic sets in, they discover the only way to get home might be to go deeper into space.
The thought is already giving us palpitations but we can’t wait for Gravity to dock at UK cinemas. We’ll have to be a little patient, though – it arrives on October 18.

Source: EmpireOnline

Vincent Cassel Finds Child 44


Vincent Cassel Finds Child 44
H's replacing Philip Seymour Hoffman

Source: Deadline


Hey you, directors! Yes, you. Have you recently lost a cast member from a film you’re working on? Need a top-notch replacement in a hurry? Then you need Casselfix™ from Ronco! Casselfix™ is the ideal solution when there’s a hole in your ensemble to plug or the head of your cast has dropped off and you need a replacement. Just ask Daniel Espinosa, who has used Casselfix™ onChild 44 to plug a hole left by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Hoffman has dropped out of the thriller, which has been shooting since June, and Espinosa has turned to Vincent Cassel to replace him. Child 44 sees Tom Hardy as a Russian military policeman investigating child murders during Stalin’s reign in the early 1950s. When he’s accused of treason, everyone begins to turn against him, including his wife (Noomi Rapace) and his boss (Gary Oldman). Cassel is joining a cast that also features Joel Kinnaman, Jason Clarke and Paddy Considine.
News of Cassel parachuting in to fill the gap comes in the wake of Ariel Kleiman hiring him for cult leader drama Partisan earlier this week, which originally had Oscar Isaac in the main role. Cassel will work on Child 44 first before heading to Australia for Partisan.

Source: EmpireOnline

New International Promo For 47 Ronin


New International Promo For 47 Ronin
And there's a fresh poster for Keanu's latest

Source: Universal

Bucking the trend that says trailers following one another get longer, the new Japanese promo for47 Ronin is actually shorter than the US version that arrived last month. Take a look… 


Drawn from a true Japanese story, but with a lot of fantastical elements bolted on and Keanu Reeves chucked into the middle of the tale, 47 Ronin finds a group of warriors in disarray.

After a treacherous warlord kills their master and banishes their kind, the leaderless samurai vow to seek vengeance and restore honour to their people. Driven from their homes and dispersed across the land, this band of Ronin must seek the help of Kai (Reeves), a half-breed they once rejected, as they fight their way across a savage world of mythic beasts, shape-shifting witches and wondrous terrors.

As this exiled, enslaved outcast becomes their most deadly weapon, he will transform into the hero who inspires the band of outnumbered rebels to seize eternity.

Time will tell whether this one will emerge from talk of production problems, budget crunches, re-editing and creative disagreements to find success like World War Z. Ads director-turned-film man Carl Rinsch will certainly hope so, but we’ll find out for sure when the film lands on December 26.

Source: EmpireOnline

Megan Mullally Will Have A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day


Megan Mullally Will Have A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Alongside Jennifer Coolidge

Source: The Hollywood Reporter


Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner, you’re on notice: two experienced scene-stealers have been added to the cast of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day in the shape of Megan Mullally and Jennifer Coolidge.
The film, which Miguel Arteta is busy directing in LA, follows the comic misadventures of poor Alexander (Ed Oxenbould, a newcomer selected after a big casting sweep), who wakes up one morning with gum stuck in his hair – and the day goes downhill from there. Carell and Garner are playing his parents, but the Hollywood Reporter’s story doesn’t mention who Coolidge and Mullally will play.
Rob Lieber adapted the script from Judith Viorst’s 1972 children’s book, which means this comes with a built-in audience of moviegoers Stateside who remember it fondly and are ready to judge the cinematic version with laser-like intensity. No pressure, there…
Mullally is currently on screens now in indie pic The Kings Of Summer. She’ll also be seen inTrouble Dolls and (assuming it works out, which we fervently hope it does), the developing Party Down film. Coolidge was last seen reprising Stifler’s Mom in American Reunion and is part of theAustenland cast, with the rom-com due here on September 27.

Source: EmpireOnline

UK Trailer For Baseball Drama 42


UK Trailer For Baseball Drama 42
The Jackie Robinson story arrives

Source: Warner Bros.

Devotees of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy will tell you that 42 is the answer to the eternal question about life, the universe and everything. But to baseball fans, and those who know the history of race relations and sport in the US, 42 was legendary player Jackie Robinson’s jersey number. His story has been told in a new biopic, and the new UK trailer for the movie is lurking below. 
Written and directed by Brian Helgeland, 42 follows Robinson’s path through hatred and oppression to sporting glory. In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the team, breaking Major League Baseball’s infamous colour line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and even other players.
Facing unabashed racism from every side, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickey’s hopes. Instead, Number 42 let his talent on the field do the talking – ultimately winning over fan and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow.

With Nicole Beharie, Christopher Meloni, Ryan Merriman, Lucas Black, Andrew Holland and Alan Tudyk also in the cast, 42 will be out on September 13.

Source: EmpireOnline

Richard Gere Meets Franny


Richard Gere Meets Franny
Re-teams with Arbitrage cohorts

Source: Screen Daily


There's no Zooey here, and this is not a story connected to the prospect of newly unearthed and unpublished JD Salinger work. Instead, the Franny that has just attracted Richard Gere is an indie drama, and his first full movie since the excellent Arbitrage. We'd say he picks his films carefully these days... except that he was in a bit of Movie 42.
Franny is the first feature from prolific short film director Andrew Renzi. He wrote and developed the screenplay through the Sundance Screenwriters Lab earlier this year, eventually attracting the attention of production company Treehouse Pictures, who were also behind Arbitrage. There's no real synopsis of the film available so far, but Gere's role, presumably central, is "a hedonistic philanthropist who ingratiates himself into the lives of a newlywed couple in order to recreate the life he once had". You, Me and Franny?
Andrew is a remarkably promising filmmaker who we met through the Sundance Institute,” producers Thomas Fore, Jason Berman and Jay Schuminsky said in a statement. “He has written a beautiful script which we’re sure will connect with a large audience.”
“We’re thrilled to be reteaming with Richard Gere on Andrew’s brilliant feature debut following the incredible experience we had on Arbitrage,” said Treehouse’s Justin Nappi and Kevin Turen.
Franny will be looking for deals at the upcoming TIFF, and shooting is pencilled in for October.

Source: EmpireOnline