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19 Ocak 2011 Çarşamba

***Casting Call: Josh Lucas to Play Charles Lindbergh in J. EDGAR; Farmiga and Wasikowska Join A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE ***See SPIDER-MAN Run in Blurry Set Photo ***International Trailer for WATER FOR ELEPHANTS Starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson ***First Trailer for PERFECT SENSE Starring Ewan McGregor and Eva Green

Casting Call: Josh Lucas to Play Charles Lindbergh in J. EDGAR; Farmiga and Wasikowska Join A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

by Matt Goldberg    Posted: January 18th, 2011

We have a couple of quick casting stories for you this afternoon.  First up, Josh Lucas has joined the cast of Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar.  According to Deadline, Lucas will play famous pilot/Nazi-symathizer/baby-misplacer Charles Lindbergh.  The biopic will star Leonardo DiCaprio as FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover.  The cast also includes Armie Hammer (The Social Network), Damon Herriman (Justified), Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl), and Dame Judi Dench.  Eastwood is also reportedly considering Amy Adams and Naomi Watts for the role of Hoover’s secretary now that Charlize Theron has passed on the flick.  As we previously reported, Lucas is also rumored to be in the running to play Abraham Lincoln in Timur Bekmambetov’s Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Hit the jump for casting news regarding Robert Connolley’s adaptation of Arthur Miller’s 1955 play A View from the Bridge.
Vera Farmiga and Mia Wasikowska have joined the cast of A View from the Bridge.  The drama will also star Anthony LaPaglia, Sam Neill, and Sebastian Stan.  Per Variety,
LaPaglia will play the role of Eddie in the 1950s Brooklyn-set pic, while Farmiga plays his wife, Beatrice, and Wasikowska plays their young niece Catherine, whom they have raised since childhood. When the arrival of Beatrice’s cousins from Italy enchants young Catherine, Eddie is consumed by jealousy and obsession that ultimately ends in tragedy.
Moral of the story: don’t invite your Italian cousins to hang out, at least I assume that’s what Miller was going for when he wrote the play.  Filming is expected to begin in June in Melbourne and New York.

See SPIDER-MAN Run in Blurry Set Photo

by Matt Goldberg    Posted: January 18th, 2011

Everyone wants to get another good look at Spider-Man in Marc Webb’s upcoming Spider-Man reboot.  And when good looks aren’t available, sometimes you have to settle for blurry, out-of-context looks that make no sense.  Such is the case with a blurry photo of the web-slinging wall-crawler who is neither web-slinging or wall-crawling but ground-running.  Perhaps this new “gritty, contemporary” take on Spider-Man has Spidey foregoing his web-slinging-ways for conventional, foot-based transportation.  Or perhaps we have no context for this image whatsoever, but boy is it fun to speculate.
Hit the jump to check out the image along with a couple more set photos that are actually in focus and informative.  The untitled Spider-Man reboot stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Rhys Ifans.  It’s set to open in 3D on July 3, 2012.
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by     Posted: January 18th, 2011

20th Century Fox has released a new international trailer for Water for Elephants.  Based on the novel by Sara Gruen, the film tells the story of a man who joins a traveling circus during the Great Depression after his parents die in a car accident. While at the circus, he finds himself falling in love with one of the main stars of the show, who is married to the circus’ cruel and violent animal trainer.  The film stars Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, Christoph Waltz, Hal Holbrook, and the always great and underused Paul Schneider; Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend) directs.  Hit the jump to watch the trailer and read a full plot synopsis.
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by     Posted: January 18th, 2011

About a month ago we posted the first images from Perfect Sense, a Sundance 2011 entry led by Ewan McGregor and Eva Green with the cryptic logline, “A poetic and magnetic love story about two people who start to fall in love just as the world begins to fall apart.”  I think, for now, it’s best we leave it there.
Thankfully, this newly released trailer agrees with me.  It captures the pure melodrama indicated by the logline without revealing too much about the story.  So you can watch this footage and simply admire how beautifully the David Mackenzie-directed film is lit without spoiling things.  However, if you would like to know more about the plot, we’ve included new story details alongside the trailer after the jump.
I am wholly seduced.
MTV included the following synopsis with their premiere of the trailer (last chance to turn away):
Green plays Susan, an epidemiologist recently out of a relationship gone sour; McGregor is Michael, the charismatic chef who sweeps Susan off her feet and shows her that not all guys are a-holes. Sounds swell, right? And it would be… except for one tiny problem: At the same time Susan and Michael are falling for each other, a global pandemic is threatening to change the face of humanity forever.
And Susan, in her job as an epidemiologist, is right at the center of it all. When a truck driver in Glasgow experiences a sudden inexplicable crying fit and subsequently loses his sense of smell, Susan learns that more than 100 other people across Europe have been stricken in similar fashion. As more and more people around the globe begin to suffer these strange symptoms that first attack their emotions and then their symptoms, Susan and Michael are forced to try and weather the storm and find out how the human race might cope with such a pandemic.
The trailer seems that much greater after reading this.  We see hints, but I didn’t pick up on anything more than severe emotional trauma in my first viewing.  So much of the appeal of Sundance lies in the surprise — walking in knowing nothing about a film, walking out having seen something special.  (Or so I’ve heard.  I’ve never been.  Someday.)
Perfect Sense was on my radar, but now I’ve totally checked in.  Just to add to the wonder of it all, McGregor is reunited with his Trainspotting co-star Ewen Bremner.  Stephen Dillane, Denis Lawson, and Connie Nielsen also star.  May Perfect Sense quickly land an eager buyer with deep pockets at the festival.

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