Joe Otterson, provided by Published 10:30 am PDT, Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Photo: Shutterstock Photo: Shutterstock Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Shutterstock Joss Whedon’s HBO Series ‘The Nevers’ Sets Main Cast 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Joss Whedon’s new HBO series has found its principal cast members. Whedon’s series “The Nevers” has cast Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Ann Skelly, Ben Chaplin, Pip Torrens, Zackary Momoh, Amy Manson, Nick Frost, Rochelle Neil, Eleanor Tomlinson, and Denis O’Hare. They join previously announced cast member Laura Donnelly, who will star as Amalia True. More from Variety Inside … [Read more...] about Joss Whedon’s HBO Series ‘The Nevers’ Sets Main Cast
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The Terminator first said "I'll be back" in 1984. He was right, several times over, but I can't say I expected him to still be back 35 years later. Turns out, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and franchise co-creator James Cameron are all returning for Terminator 6, also known as Terminator: Dark Fate, a direct sequel to their Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Before getting into the weeds, let's check out the first trailer, which was released mid-May 2019, right after the amazing official poster: And now here's everything we know so far to get you up-to-speed on the 2019 film Terminator: Dark Fate... What Is The Terminator 6 Release Date? Terminator 6 is being directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and it's currently scheduled to open in theaters on November 1, 2019. That's a slight change from its previous Nov. 22, 2019 release date. The Wonder Woman sequel was going to open on Nov. 1, but moved to June 2020. At this point, Terminator: Dark Fate is poised to compete against the … [Read more...] about Terminator 6: What We Know So Far About Dark Fate
12 minutes ago After all of the hoopla, spectacle, and growing pains, The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox have merged, as expected. Among all of the questions and concerns about the various properties that are now shared between these united parties, the status of director Josh Boone’s The New Mutants is one that keeps being raised by fans and cast members alike. You could sense the frustration in recent remarks made by one of the film’s stars, and despite the further reports that none of the reshoots planned to revise The New Mutants seem to have taken place, the film still has a release date set for August 2nd, but the question remains: Where will it be housed? Now unless those reshoots are going to happen at some point in the near future, it feels like we’re going to be told one of two things in the near future. It looks like either The New Mutants will shift its release date yet again, or if the persistent rumors have anything to say, the project … [Read more...] about Should New Mutants Get A Streaming Release Rather Than A Theatrical One?
Three decades after the release of director Terry Gilliam’s epic fantasy The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, wild production stories of calamity and budget bloat topped with disastrous box-office numbers from the film have become legendary, blurring the lines of reality much like the tall tales of its whimsical title character. “When I think back on it, I don’t know how we actually all survived and got the film done,” Gilliam tells The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s very alive in my head, but it's a very long time ago. I like the fact that the film refuses to die.” Released on March 10, 1989, Gilliam’s follow-up to Brazil managed to pull in just north of $8 million worldwide in only about 120 theaters on a reported final cost of more than twice its approximate $20 million budget. The Columbia Pictures release made countless headlines at the time drawing attention to its many production problems and delays, … [Read more...] about The Pain Behind ‘Baron Munchausen’
By Stephen Schaefer | PUBLISHED: March 1, 2019 at 4:12 pm | UPDATED: March 1, 2019 at 4:13 pm Neil Jordan’s greatly enjoyable, perfectly pitched, flawlessly performed thriller “Greta” opens this weekend. It’s a must-see for its stalker plotting and, of course, the performances by Isabelle Huppert as Greta and Chloe Grace Moretz as her prey, innocent, optimistic Frances. I spoke with the two separately and have condensed those interviews here: Q: Isabelle, I’ve been watching you since the 70s with ‘The Lacemaker’ and ‘Violette’ and never realized how funny you can be until I watched your episode of ‘The Romanoffs’ on Amazon and the remarkable French series ‘Call My Agent!’ on Netflix where you play a version of yourself. ISABELLE HUPPERT: Well yes, especially here they don’t think of me as a funny actress. I have done comedies but these films don’t necessarily go abroad –even … [Read more...] about Hollywood & Mine: Good golly ‘Greta’ – more from Isabelle Huppert & Chloe Grace Moretz