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31 Ağustos 2011 Çarşamba

***Trailer, Poster, and Images for Al Pacino’s WILDE SALOME ***Dan Aykroyd and Judy Belushi Plan THE BLUES BROTHERS TV Series Reboot ***Paul Dano is Karl Rove in COLLEGE REPUBLICANS, Richard Linklater Set to Direct ***Dwayne Johnson in Talks for GOLIATH, Taylor Lautner Offered the Role of David? ***Cameron Crowe Puts SAY ANYTHING Sequel Rumors to Bed, Elaborates on How We Might See the Characters Again ***Gemma Ward Joins Baz Luhrmann’s THE GREAT GATSBY

Trailer, Poster, and Images for Al Pacino’s WILDE SALOME

by Brendan Bettinger   Posted: August 30th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

Wilde Salome is a curious little project.  Al Pacino’s voiceover in the trailer puts it nicely:
“I’m doing a play.  I’m doing a movie of the play.  And I’m doing a documentary all at the same time.  I have to function two ways: one as a director dealing with a camera, and the other as an actor.  I’ve got too much to do!”
Pacino starred opposite Jessica Chastain in the Oscar Wilde play Salome, and was inspired to explore his Wilde obsession on film.  I’m not entirely sure what to make of Wilde Salome, especially since it’s billed as both a documentary and a drama.  At the very least, Wilde Salome should offer a long look at Pacino at his most manic.  To get a better sense, hit the jump for the trailer, poster, and images.

Dan Aykroyd and Judy Belushi Plan THE BLUES BROTHERS TV Series Reboot

by Brendan Bettinger   Posted: August 30th, 2011

Dan Aykroyd and Judy Belushi (John’s ex-wife) have long owned the TV rights to The Blues Brothers.  Thirty-three years after the characters first debuted on Saturday Night Live, they are finally planning to do something with those rights.  Variety reports Belushi, Anne Beatts, Wayne Catania, and Kieron Lafferty have scripted a pilot that centers on Elwood’s search for his father after he and Jake are released from jail.  Two new actors will play Elwood and Jake, but Aykroyd will lend his voice to the parole officer.  As Beatts puts it, “We’re not trying to replicate Dan and John but Jake and Elwood.”  If the pilot goes to series, each episode will include a musical number, which led Beatts to this inane pitch:
“It would be Route 66 meets Glee, and it all goes to hell in a handbasket.”
Given the episodic nature of the movie and the sketches (naturally), I could see The Blues Brothers working as a series.  Not if it looks anything like the candy-coated Glee, though.  The Blues Brothers should be covered in dirt and soul.  It will be a bitch to recast such iconic roles—we’ll check back in when they do, and reevaluate.  Watch a lengthy trailer for the 1980 movie after the jump.

Paul Dano is Karl Rove in COLLEGE REPUBLICANS, Richard Linklater Set to Direct

by Adam Chitwood    Posted: August 30th, 2011

While word has been quiet on College Republicans, the film that tells the story of Karl Rove’s dirty campaign for College Republican chairman, for a quite some time now, the project is moving forward in a big way. The Wrap reports that not only is Paul Dano set to play Rove, but Richard Linklater is now officially attached to direct. Shia LaBeouf had previously been interested in playing Rove, but it looks like Dano ultimately took the role. No word on whether or not LaBeouf will be taking on a different part.
Maya Browne will be producing the film through her Bratt Entertainment. She says the flick centers on the meeting and subsequent relationship between Rove and Lee Atwater in college, where they discovered “dirty tricks” for campaigning. Atwater went on to become chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Rove (aka Turd Blossom) was of course the senior advisor for President George W. Bush. Linklater always makes interesting choices, and Dano certainly has chops, so it’s exciting to see them tackle this material. College Republicans begins shooting this November in Austin, Texas.

Dwayne Johnson in Talks for GOLIATH, Taylor Lautner Offered the Role of David?

by Adam Chitwood   Posted: August 30th, 2011

If you’re casting the Biblical story of David and Goliath, you better be casting big for the latter role. Director Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) is looking to do just that, as Twitch reports that Dwayne Johnson is now in talks to play Goliath in, well, Goliath. Derrickson is directing the flick for Relativity Media, which will center on the future King of Israel, David, who is on the run as the warrior Goliath has been sent to kill him.
In addition to Johnson’s casting, Twitch says they’ve heard that none other than Taylor Lautner has been offered the part of David because of course he has. Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey are producing Goliath, but the two were also producers on the Twilight films, thus explaining Lautner’s involvement. However, Shark Boy’s participation is as of yet unconfirmed, and even if he has been offered the part there’s no guarantee that he’ll take it. Nevertheless, Derrickson seems to have found his Goliath and I can’t say I disapprove.

Cameron Crowe Puts SAY ANYTHING Sequel Rumors to Bed, Elaborates on How We Might See the Characters Again

by Adam Chitwood   Posted: August 30th, 2011

Earlier this year, writer/director Cameron Crowe made a tiny comment about one of his most beloved films, Say Anything, that got blown way out of proportion on account of a total lack of reading comprehension. He said that of any of the films he’s ever done, the 1989 John Cusack classic is the only one that he would consider making a sequel to. Cue the internets, and the words “Say Anything sequel” were all anyone read. While he’s currently busy with post-production on his latest flick We Bought a Zoo, the director recently sat down to clear the air about those sequel rumors as well as muse about possibly revisiting some of the characters in a different medium someday. Hit the jump to see what he had to say.

Gemma Ward Joins Baz Luhrmann’s THE GREAT GATSBY

by Adam Chitwood   Posted: August 30th, 2011

Filming begins soon on Baz Luhrmann’s ambitious adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel The Great Gatsby, and the director just landed another Aussie for his cast. EW reports that former model Gemma Ward (she retired from modeling at the old age of 21) is the latest actor the join the production. No details on what character Ward, who last appeared as the mermaid in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, will take on, but all of the major roles have already been filled. Leonardo DiCaprio is set as Gatsby, Tobey Maguire is Nick Carraway, Carey Mulligan takes on Daisy and Joel Edgerton will play the douchiest of douches Tom Buchanan.
Edgerton recently told Steve that filming begins in a couple of weeks on the $150 million 3D flick down in Australia and will last through Christmas. Jason Clarke, Isla Fischer and Jack Thompson round out the cast. Hit the jump for a refresher on the synopsis for The Great Gatsby.

Callan McAuliffe Will Play a Young Leonardo DiCaprio in Baz Luhrman’s THE GREAT GATSBY

by Jeff Ames    Posted: August 30th, 2011

I’m going to use this opportunity to express my unhinged excitement for Baz Luhrman’s The Great Gatsby. With a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton, and recently announced Isla Fisher, Luhrman’s take on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel is shaping up to be one hell of a motion picture. Joining the fun (er, drama) is Callan McAuliffe, who recently sported a supporting role in this year’s I Am Number Four (he was also in Rob Reiner’s underappreciated film Flipped in case anyone was wondering). According to Variety, the actor will play a young Jay Gatsby (or a young DiCaprio) in the film. It’s been a while since I read the book, but I don’t recall any flashback scenes involving Jay and Daisy. What’s more, he really doesn’t resemble DiCap circa 1993, back when he was killing grasshoppers with Johnny Depp. Still, I guess with Luhrman shooting the film in 3D, anything is possible.
Hit the jump for the synopsis.

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