Normally, we’d need much higher-profile behind-the-scenes names than that of rookie feature director Jim O’Hanlon and unknown writer Leon Butler to get excited about a project that’s barely taking off. Especially an indie effort. And one that’s gone through a helmer and name change already. But “A Hundred Streets”, previously titled “One Square Mile”, has more »
“Runner Runner” is the equivalent of taking the engine of a 1988 Ford Escort and placing into the chassis of a brand new Maybach Exelero. It may look sleek and like it’s glinting with promise, but sooner or later, you’re going to realize that the ride you’ve just experienced was average-at-best and you’ve been duped. more »
Christopher Nolan may not be the most prolific director or writer in the history of Hollywood in terms of number of films made… yet, but for close to a decade now he’s only been involved in grandiose productions, with huge budgets and the bar of expectations set at the highest possible level.
The second trailer for the film, “Runner, Runner,” starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake has been released, and it’s safe to say business just got a little more hardcore.
When it comes to gambling and especially poker movies, there’s not a whole lot you can do that’s not been done to death before. But what if you follow the age-old recipe and add in an unexpected spice – Ben Affleck in a villainous role? I don’t know about you, but Brad Furman, Brian Koppelman more »
After making the festival rounds late last year and early this year, Neil Jordan’s “Byzantium” has one last stop to make in its way to theaters – Tribeca, next week. Before any of that though, a new international trailer has been released, clarifying once and for all that this won’t be no “Twilight”. True, “Byzantium” more »
The long rumored Monty Python project “Absolutely Anything” has added Gemma Arterton (“Clash of the Titans”) and is in talks with Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch. The actor is quite busy these days. He’s signed on to play Beatles manager Brian Epstein in “The Fifth Beatle.”Terry Jones will direct the flick, which will include voiceovers from more »