Pearce plays a P.I. hired to track down a missing girl on a colony of robots in the film, being sold at Berlin's European Film Market by the Highland Film Group. Guy Pearce takes aim – quite possibly at a robot – in this first-look still from sci-fi thriller Zone 414. … [Read more...] about Guy Pearce Battles Humanoid Robots in Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Zone 414’ (Exclusive First Look)
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One of the many, many things I enjoyed about The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (CLICK HERE to read my full review) is not only how much they show us much more of Panem, but also the influx of new characters. One of the several new faces this time around is Beetee, played to perfection by Jeffrey Wright. A former winner from District 3, Beetee won his unspecified Hunger Games by constructing an electrical trap that killed all of his competitors, skills that prove to come in handy during the Third Quarter Quell, where past winners are summoned back into the battle arena to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the games. … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Wright Talks The Hunger Games: Catching Fire [Exclusive]
"For a rising film company like Infinity Hill, setting up a deal with such a giant as Viacom International Studios is a great opportunity and a marvelous way to create new films aimed for both local and global audiences," said Kuschevatzky, a former film executive at now ViacomCBS-owned Telefe network who won an Oscar for Argentina's The Secret in Their Eyes. "Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, with 460 million native speakers. So, there is a huge community there with a big demand for films in its own language." … [Read more...] about Viacom International Studios Signs First-Look Deal With Infinity Hill (Exclusive)
Dafoe returns to Berlin this year in his sixth film with Ferrara, the competition entry Siberia. Always provocative, Ferrara and his alter ego/muse have dabbled in Cronenbergian sci-fi before (New Rose Hotel, 4:44 Last Day on Earth), but it was the personal — the last days of controversial filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini’s life in Pasolini, the incendiary life of an American artist in Rome in Tommaso — where the duo worked best. In Siberia, a man sequestered in a cave wrestles with his memories and his demons, but where Cronenberg explored the self through the language of technology, Ferrara does it through the language of dreams. … [Read more...] about Hollywood Flashback: Willem Dafoe Helped Cronenberg Land a Silver Bear in 1999
It was a risky move to ignore such an important figure in Spider-Man's life as his uncle, the man who raised him from babyhood, and who was the one who delivered Spidey's most famous maxim to him: With great power comes great responsibility. Furthermore, it was Uncle Ben's death at the hands of a mugger that Spider-Man failed to stop which spurred him on to become a superhero in the comics. … [Read more...] about Tony Stark Vs. Uncle Ben: Who Would Tom Holland Rather See Return?