Towards the end of an hour in her company, during which she has skirted round the topic of what she is doing next ("I have a project for the summer. Different thing that I don't wanna talk about..."), and in which she has sniffed, snorted and spluttered her way through her flu, I ask Marion Cotillard what I suggest is a stupid question. In her new film, the ensemble drama Little White Lies, made by her boyfriend, the actor-turned-director Guillaume Canet (Tell No One), she plays a Parisian ethnologist. But her previous few roles have all been English-speaking parts. Is it more difficult for the Frenchwoman to act in English than in her native language?
Hotshot actor Chris Hemsworth is getting a little too big for his britches — or at least his superhero costume. The "Thor" star says he packed on so much muscle to play Marvel's hammer-wielding warrior that he couldn't fit into his crime-fighting clothes.
What's going on? We're going to have to suffer three sequels from films that really should be getting any more attention than they deserve. The box office may have granted them a sequel but the critics really wouldn't have.
RED Via http://bit.ly/hb9T1K - Sources have told us that Summit has hired screenwriters Jon and Erich Hoeber to write a sequel. It’s worth noting that commissioning a script is not the same thing as a giving a green light. However, it is an important first step and if Summit is happy with the Hoebers’ screenplay, then I would expect the studio to hit the gas on what they’re probably hoping will be a new franchise.
G.I Joe Via http://bit.ly/hAXppX - With Jon Chu directing the G.I. Joe sequel, Paramount Pictures has set a release date for the movie. Also, some previous reports are speculating that only three characters will return for the upcoming sequel: Snake Eyes, Duke and Storm Shadow. And from the THR report it looks like this could indeed be true. There is still no official word will they be recasting other roles, so stay tuned for the updates.
The Expendables Via http://bit.ly/idQztd - It may not have anybody in the director’s seat at the moment, but Lionsgate have announced at the CinemaCon event that the follow-up to The Expendables has a release date.The action follow-up, surprisingly called (wait for it) The Expendables 2, is scheduled to hit cinemas on 17 August 2012.
Me: I watched this on Tuesday night and loved it - a modern day French classic. If you are ever unsure if a film is a classic or not a quick wikipedia check will always give you the answer Wikipedia: Nikita = lots of remakes both tv and film.
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My film knowledge revolves around my “Priority” list on LoveFilm and since September I’ve been getting through quite a few films. However after a certain comment about my French film knowledge or should I say lack of it, I’ve taken it upon myself to find the best French films and study them with Jonathan Ross or should that be Danny Leigh like precision. Thus hopefully this blog will be a manifestation of my soon to be great knowledge of all things French (well just films, not cheese or erm….fashion?)
As I had already brought the 2005 film Hidden (Caché) several weeks back that became my first port of call. The film was marketed as a “Thriller” and was said to promise suspense, this really was not the full picture, more a way to draw in the audiences. Before I go on any further I must point out this is not a conventional review, its more an understanding of director Michael Haneke work (so expect spoilers)
Why are do we have to sit through what seems like an endless list of awful film? Okay...maybe we can't blame the film entirely on him but when you watch good films starring him it just all feels so tainted.
2006 The Departed - An award winning film with an amazing cast, but Mark Wahlberg was not one of these star. The fact he's the only character alive at the end felt very depressing.
2009 The Lovely Bones - A great film with a great lead performance by Saoirse Ronan and directed Peter Jackson, it's an all round likeable film. Even with Mark Wahlberg, the fact that his part is only small is a relief.
2010 The Fighter - Award's season loved it and so did the public...I'll put my judgement on hold.
All the other Mark Wahlberg films? You really want more? Films such as - Four Brother, Shooter, We own the night, The Happening, Max Payne, Date Night, The Other Guys......okay enough said.
For those of you who liked Catfish, but thought, “I’d really like to see this sort of twisted thing on a weekly basis!” there’s some good news for you: MTV is developing a reality show based on the film.http://ow.ly/1bZBzc
Seriously, do they really fucking think this is even going to get more people to see it? They’ve already made fucking $130 million… And beyond being fucking greedy, this poster has a really fucking ugly design (its undergrad design student feel and that giant “PG-13” honestly made me think it was a joke at first) and is the most blatant demographic pandering/family values fuckery I’ve ever seen (well, almost…). http://bit.ly/eMdJ7x
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