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2 Ağustos 2011 Salı

***Trailer: Sam Worthington's "Texas Killing Fields" Thriller ***Marvel Searching for "Doctor Strange" Director ***The Place Beyond The Pines Set Photos Feature A Bleach Blond Ryan Gosling ***Cameron Crowe Is Up For A Say Anything Sequel, So Let's Help Him Make It Interesting

Trailer: Sam Worthington's "Texas Killing Fields" Thriller

Posted: August 1st, 2011 by Staff

Trailer: Sam Worthingtons Texas Killing Fields Thriller
Anchor Bay Films has unveiled the Italian trailer for "Texas Killing Fields" crime thriller, starring Sam Worthington (Avatar), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen), and Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass). The film is directed by Ami Canaan Mann, the daughter of Michael Mann (Heat, Collateral). Check out the trailer below.

Plot: Follows a local homicide detective (Worthington) in a small Texan town and his partner, a transplanted cop from New York City (Morgan) as they track a sadistic serial killer dumping his victims' mutilated bodies in a nearby marsh locals call "The Killing Fields."

The killer changes the game and begins hunting the detectives, teasing them with possible clues at the crime scenes while always remaining one step ahead. When a familiar local girl, Anne (Moretz) goes missing the detectives find themselves in a race against time to find the killer and save her life.

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Marvel Searching for "Doctor Strange" Director

Posted: August 1st, 2011 by Staff

Marvel has already confirmed that it is planning to release a "Doctor Strange" movie sometime between the first and second "The Avengers" movies. And now, according to Twitch, the studio started to move forward with the film.

The site claims that Joshua Oppenheimer and Thomas Dean Donnelly (Cowboys and Aliens, Conan the Barbarian) have recently turned in their draft of the "Doctor Strange" script to Marvel, which is now looking for directors.

The plan is to release the new film in 2013, the same year the studio will unveil "Iron Man 3" and "Thor 2." And as far as casting, no word if Marvel is still considering Patrick Dempsey (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Tom Welling ("Smallville") or Adrien Brody to play the lead.

Source: Twitch

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The Place Beyond The Pines Set Photos Feature A Bleach Blond Ryan Gosling

published: 2011-08-01 13:31:07 Author: Eric Eisenberg
Much in the same way that Depp keeps going back and forth between working with Tim Burton and Gore Verbinski, Ryan Gosling is quickly finding himself torn between two awesome directors. While the actor is already set to reunite with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn on both Only God Forgives and the remake of Logan's Run, Gosling is also teaming up again with Blue Valentine filmmaker Derek Cianfrance for The Place Beyond The Pines, and now the first photos from that set have arrived online.

The photos arriving courtesy of JustJared, Cianfrance has said in interviews that the film would be his movie about "motorcycles and guns," and from the look of these pictures he was telling the truth. Riding on a bike, sporting bleach-blond hair and sporting what appear to be multiple prison tattoos, Gosling looks like a guy you really don't want to screw with (sure, there are no guns in the pictures, but this is certainly a guy that knows how to handle one). In the film Gosling plays a motorcycle racer who begins robbing banks and goes head-to-head with a cop, played by Bradley Cooper. The cast also includes Ray Liotta, Eva Mendes and Greta Gerwig.

Check out the images below or full-size over at JustJared.


Cameron Crowe Is Up For A Say Anything Sequel, So Let's Help Him Make It Interesting

published: 2011-08-01 08:32:14 Author: Katey Rich

Cameron Crowe is having a big 2011, after spending the six years since Elizabethtown tanked practically missing in action. At the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year he debuted his documentary The Union, about the collaboration between Elton John and Leon Russell, and at this fall's Toronto Film Festival he'll have another music doc, Pearl Jam Twenty, about the seminal 90s band and how they've made it this far in their careers without any of the big classic rock star melt downs. The next month, on October 21, the doc will air on PBS as part of the American Masters series, and two months after that he'll be back in theaters at last with We Bought A Zoo, a bittersweet family drama starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson. He's got some time before publicity ramps up for that one, but on Saturday he went before the assembled critics at the Television Critics Association press tour to talk up Pearl Jam Twenty… and also hint at a sequel idea he's apparently been kicking around for the last 20 years.

When asked about a potential sequel to Say Anything, his 1989 romantic comedy that probably boosted sales of boom boxes and trenchcoats for years after, Crowe gamely admitted that he and star John Cusack had thought about it. Here's the quote, as reported by Hitfix:

"It’s the only thing that I’ve written that I would consider doing that with. I’ve thought about it from time to time and talked about it with John Cusack once and just said this is the only story that I kind of think there might be another chapter to that at some point."
At least Crowe has the decency not to try and spin this idea into something that we should actually expect to happen-- he makes no mention of producers being involved, financing being in place, or even anything resembling a script written. It sounds like Crowe is simply as curious about the fates of his characters as you might be, wondering what happens to Lloyd and Diane the moment the seatbelt sign gets turned off on that airplane. I'm not really sure I'd want to see a full produced sequel for this, but maybe a web short? A staged reading of a screenplay? Or even an entire film that's a Say Anything sequel but also somehow a documentary accounting for the movie's strange, lasting cultural impact? There's a lot of possibilities there, and so long as Crowe seems open to the idea but not married to the notion of a full-fledged sequel, why not think big here?

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