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22 Şubat 2011 Salı

**Dakota Fanning Signs On For Diamond Heist Movie Mississippi Wild **Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby Starts Shooting In Australia In March **Robots Hit The Streets In New Transformers: Dark Of The Moon TV Spot

Dakota Fanning Signs On For Diamond Heist Movie Mississippi Wild

published: 2011-02-21 15:31:52 Author: Katey Rich
Dakota Fanning, who has been named Homecoming Queen twice at her Los Angeles high school and may well be getting ready to work on college applications, still can't seem to stay busy enough. The almost-17-year-old has signed on to two new projects, according to Variety she'll first film Motel Life, alongside Emile Hirsch and her sister's Somewhere co-star Stephen Dorff, then move on to Mississippi Wild, a heist film in which she and Ryan Donowho play two teens on the run after stealing diamonds from a gangster.

There's no plot description given for Motel Life, but really, how can you beat that Mississippi Wild plot description. Actually it gets even better-- Mickey Rourke is being considered to play the gangster, while Forest Whitaker is on board to play another gangster who, for some reason, is chasing Rourke's character. The film is written and directed by Jesse Baget, whose first film El Mascarado Massacre was released in 2006.

It's maybe not a great sign that the last time Dakota Fanning and Forest Whitaker worked together it was on the tiny indie Fragments (also known as Winged Creatures), which virtually nobody saw and apparently no one really liked. But come on, how can they go wrong on a second go round, especially with a plot that sounds as nutty and Wild At Heart-esque as this one? I'm sticking with that optimism until given evidence otherwise.

Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby Starts Shooting In Australia In March

published: 2011-02-21 08:12:45 Author: Katey Rich
After some false alarms and what seemed like an endless processing of casting and rehearsals, Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby is finally going to start shooting, and sooner than I expected. According to The New Zealand Herald, filming will start in March in Sydney, Australia, going for 17 weeks and lasting for an incredible 30 weeks of post-production, all taking place in Australia. Yes, a small-scale drama set on New York's Long Island has now become a massive effort shooting in Australia and employing 150 people to work on post-production and visual effects alone. An it's being made by the man whose last film, Australia, cost a fortune and made virtually no money. Baz Luhrmann, bless him, is a man for whom the word "small" has no meaning.

The film will also be shot in 3D, marking the first time stars Leonardo DiCaprio (as Gatsby), Tobey Maguire (Nick Carraway) and Carey Mulligan (Daisy) have ever worked in the format. It is, in other words, absolutely not going to be the Gatsby you read in high school, though what it will be seems totally unclear. At this point, with Luhrmann clearly running off on his own tangent about what he wants the movie to be, I'm kind of excited to see how wild his vision will be. F. Scott Fitzgerald's book, beloved and studied by generations of English students, is what it is, and Luhrmann's film is clearly going to be something newer, wilder, and different. Sure, it may be a disaster, but it'll be original-- or as original as an adaptation can be, I guess.

Robots Hit The Streets In New Transformers: Dark Of The Moon TV Spot

published: 2011-02-21 07:23:41 Author: Katey Rich
Coming just two weeks after the big Super Bowl spot, the new TV ad for Transformers: Dark of the Moon that aired during the Daytona 500 last night didn't reveal a whole lot of new footage. And yet, somehow, it seemed just as impressive, the new shots giving a better sense of how the robots take to the streets of Chicago this time around, and the voiceover from John Turturro's character-- "Years from now they're gonna ask us, where were you when they took over the planet"-- giving an appropriately epic feel. And that shot of Bumblebee transforming on a serene seaside road? Not bad at all. Take a look below.
Of course, I couldn't help but also notice that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, the former Victoria's Secret model replacing Megan Fox as the love interest, has her mouth wide open in all three shots she appears in, looking more like a flesh-and-blood blow-up doll than an actual human. But her glassy eyed affect will be probably be balanced by Shia LaBeouf, who for better or for worse seems very at home chasing down giant robots and dodging fireballs.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon opens July 1, and will likely feel interminable and silly when not chopped up until 30-second TV spots. Enjoy this part while it lasts!

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