Archive for April 12, 2011
We’ve gotten to the point now where all future casting news for The Dark Knight Rises look to concern small name stars signing on for Christopher Nolan’s final cinematic outing with Batman in unspecified supporting roles – at least, until we learn exactly what roles Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard are up for.
Variety writer Jeff Sneider tweeted that all three of these gentlemen will help fill out the cast of Dark Knight Rises, which recently added Josh Pence in a significant role that has strong implications for what part Cotillard may be up for in the ...
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The first photos from Batman Live, the upcoming stage musical about the caped crusader. Yep, these outfits make "Batman and Robin" look good.
"Daniel Sunjata ("Rescue Me") has joined the cast of Chris Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises". What character he will play is unknown but is said to be an important one to the story..." (full details)
"Universal Pictures will premiere the full-length trailer for "Cowboys & Aliens" during the April 14th telecast of "American Idol" and will post it online following the broadcast..." (full details)
"Cinematographer Robert Richardson, having just wrapped "Hugo Cabret", is actively prepping for Marc Forster's "World War Z" film adaptation to begin production overseas in London, meaning the project is moving along faster than anyone anticipated..." (full details)
""It’s about where this new species of mutants is going to go. It can go two ways: they can regard themselves as the next step of human evolution or they can regard themselves as an entirely new species in conflict with humanity" says James McAvoy about the conflict that drives "X-Men: First Class"..." (full details)
"20th Century Fox has set release dates for "Chronicle" and "This Means War," opening Feb. 3, 2012 and Feb. 17, 2012, respectively..." (full details)
"James Cameron has joined forces with Vince Pace to form the Cameron-Pace Group with the aim of developing, selling and leasing 3D technology..." (full details)
"A script by Michael Bacall ("Scott Pilgrim vs. the World") is apparently completed for the proposed spin-off film based on Tom Cruise's Len Grossman character from "Tropic Thunder"..." (full details)
"Joe Cornish says he and Edgar Wright We delivered the second draft of the script for "Ant-Man" two days ago and are really happy with it. Could this be Wright's next film?..." (full details)
"The four stars of ABC's Desperate Housewives - Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross and Eva Longoria - are finalizing deals to return to the dramedy series "Desperate Housewives" next Fall. The deals are for one year, with an option for a second. With them locked, ABC will renew the show for an eighth season before the upfront in May..." (full details)
"Hugo Weaving is rumoured to be re-teaming with his "The Matrix" helmers The Wachowskis on the film adaption of David Mitchell‘s "Cloud Atlas" with the makers of The Matrix!”..." (full details)
There’s been quite a bit of talk over the costumes sported by Wonder Woman actress Adrianne Palicki and her stunt double in leaked shots. As it turns out, we may have only seen two thirds of her superpowered wardrobe.
NBC entertainment president Robert Greenblatt spoke on Dianna Prince’s various costumes yesterday. Apparently the modified costume with the red boots and reduced-glare pants is only one of three outfits viewers will see when the series debuts. The first was leaked last month to much skepticism, and the third has yet to be revealed.
Three costumes intended for Wonder Woman‘s maiden season sounds odd, especially considering the stylistic similarity of the two seen thus far. But producers might be going for both and updated and a classic look – and considering the negative reactions thus far, ...
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When the first reveal came of the "Green Lantern" costume via an EW cover, the reaction was hardly enthusiastic. The subsequent first trailer did little to improve that reaction.
Of course the buzz around the film itself has undergone a turnaround after the successful WonderCon footage was screened for press and posted online. Now, Warners has released full body shots of Ryan Reynolds in character in the CG outfit and the result is a lot better looking than that initial impression.
The darkening of the thighs and biceps to an almost black color like the comic is a better look (and I like the ribbed texture). Not sure what's going on with the Incredible Hulk feet (a podiatrist's nightmare), the CG VPL has unfortunately rendered him a eunuch for mass consumption, still not sure on the mask. Overall though, not bad. Check them out for yourself below: