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The Russo Brothers’ All-Star Action Pic The Gray Man Wraps Production

The Russo Brothers took to Instagram to confirm that production on Netflix’s upcoming action-thriller film The Gray Man has finally been completed after over three months of filming. The star-studded feature will be led by Golden Globe winner Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, whose characters will go head-to-head in this espionage and manhunt story.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Russo Brothers...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Action, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, James Bond, Streaming, Cia, Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Russo brothers, Joe, Golden Globe, Gentry, Joe Russo, Anthony Russo

‘Knives Out 2’ Wraps Filming in Greece, Production Halfway Complete

Benoit Blanc is leaving the shores of Greece. Rian Johnson, the writer/director of Knives Out and its forthcoming sequels, has completed filming in Greece for Knives Out 2, or whatever the next Daniel Craig murder mystery installment will eventually be called. Johnson shared a photo from the film’s set and explained that production on his new movie is halfway finished, and one of the project’s many stars said the group is moving on to another location. Just about halfway through our shoot, ...
Tags: Movies, News, Greece, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Johnson, Kate Hudson, Agatha Christie, Rian Johnson, Hudson, Blanc, Hercule Poirot, Dave Bautista, Poirot

Searchlight’s All-Star Murder Mystery Pic Gets Title & First-Look Photo

Searchlight Pictures has finally revealed the first official photo from Tom George’s upcoming directorial debut feature, which has now been titled See How They Run. In addition, the full cast and character details have also been announced, confirming that the film is currently slated for a wide theatrical release in 2022. “Making my debut feature with a company like Searchlight and this incredible cast has been a total dream,” George said in a statement (via Variety). “I’m so excited to bring th...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Bbc, David, Ethan Hawke, Oscar, West End, Grand Budapest Hotel, David Oyelowo, Clifford, Ruth Wilson, Adrien Brody, Dennis, Wilson, Henderson

Das sind einige der jungen Stars der Netflix-Trilogie Fear Street

Willkommen in Shadyside, Killer Capitol, in den USA. Egal, ob im Jahre 1994, 1978 oder 1666: Wer dort lebt, muss um sein Leben fürchten. Zum Glück sind die Darsteller:innen von Netflix' Fear Street bereit zu kämpfen, denn wenn sie es nicht tun, werden sie sterben. Obwohl viele der Figuren nicht lange am Leben bleiben, werden die Darsteller:innen, die sie spielen, dank ihres schauspielerischen Talents dennoch in unserem Gedächtnis bleiben.Viele der Schauspieler:inner dieser Slasher-Filme, die auf...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, Samantha, Robin, Peter, Berman, SUNNYVALE, Gillian Jacobs, Mann, Namen, Rolle, Freund, Frau, Schloss

Interview: Mark McGrath Talks Dark Side of the 90s

Building upon its successful Dark Side of the Ring documentary series, Vice premiered a spin-off called Dark Side of the 90s. The first episode chronicled trash television and Jerry Springer’s rise, while next week’s will focus on the legendary club The Viper Room. The series is hosted by Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath. RELATED: Dark Side of the 90s Trailer Teases Vice TV’s Newest Docuseries ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese got to speak to Mark McGrath about Dark Side of the 90s prior to...
Tags: TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Fox, Ethan Hawke, Wwf, Rupert Murdoch, Seattle, Vice, Secret Santa, Times Square, Katie Couric, PAUL, Jerry Springer

Lake Arrowhead movie producer charged with operating international prostitution business

By LARRY NEUMEISTER | Associated Press NEW YORK — A movie producer was arrested Thursday in San Bernardino County on a New York indictment accusing him of using a movie production company to operate an international prostitution business. Dillon Jordan, 49, of Lake Arrowhead, was in custody and awaiting an initial court appearance in the Central District of California, authorities said. A message seeking comment was left with his lawyer. “For years, Dillon Jordan operated an extensive and far-re...
Tags: New York, News, Sport, Soccer, United Kingdom, Ethan Hawke, Human Trafficking, Associated Press, Jordan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, San Bernardino County, Lake Arrowhead, Central District of California, National News, LARRY NEUMEISTER, Top Stories LADN

‘Scenes From a Marriage’ Trailer: Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain Remake the Ingmar Bergman Classic

Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) and Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) previously played a married couple in 2014’s under-seen thriller A Most Violent Year, and now they’re reuniting to star in Scenes from a Marriage, an HBO limited series based on the acclaimed 1970s version from master filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. The first trailer for the new iteration of the story has arrived, and it looks like a handsomely made drama that gives Isaac and Chastain the chance to flex several different g...
Tags: Hbo, Jessica Chastain, TV, Movies, News, Roger Ebert, Williams, Ethan Hawke, Manchester, Trailers, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Oscar Isaac, Alexander, Michelle, Chastain

Kingman Creator’s Spy Pic Argylle Sets A-List Cast Including Henry Cavill & John Cena

(Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for Netflix & Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images) Ahead of the long-delayed release of the latest installment to the Kingsman films this December, it looks like franchise creator Matthew Vaughn has found his next big project in the form of Marv Studios’ brand new spy feature titled Argylle. Marv has also assembled an all-star cast which will feature Grammy-winning singer Dua Lipa in her feature acting debut, who is also set to provide the original music for the titl...
Tags: London, Movies, America, Action, Ethan Hawke, Oscar, Ian Fleming, Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Cavill, Penguin Random House, Samuel L. Jackson, Bryan Cranston, John Cena, Kingsman, Sam Rockwell, Vaughn

Tom Hardy Gets His First Film Writing Credit With ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’

Tom Hardy: Actor, producer, and… writer? Is there truly nothing this Renaissance Man can’t do? Not content to rest on his well-earned laurels after a string of roles involving weirdly iconic voices and tons of physicality, Empire brings us the unexpected news that Hardy will actually be getting a “Story by” credit for the upcoming, preposterously-named Venom: Let There Be Carnage. In a change from the first Venom film, which memorably came out of nowhere to become a breakthrough box office s...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Ethan Hawke, Andy Serkis, Sony, Woody Harrelson, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Tom Hardy, Facetime, Marvel Studios, Hardy, Marcel, Kelly Marcel, Screenwriting, Comic Book/Superhero

‘The Forever Purge’ is the Final ‘Purge’ Movie Unless It’s Not, Says Producer Jason Blum

Is The Purge franchise about to purge itself of any possible future installments? Maybe yes and maybe no. According to producer Jason Blum, who recently spoke with /Film, it all depends on franchise creator James DeMonaco, who directed the first three Purge films and has done the screenwriting on all five, including this week’s new theatrical release, The Forever Purge. The Purge franchise kicked off in 2013 with a deliciously high-concept film starring Ethan Hawke as a father whose family f...
Tags: Movies, America, Ethan Hawke, Universal, Jason Blum, David Fincher, Blumhouse, Blum, Frank Grillo, James DeMonaco, The Purge, Jack Giroux, The Forever Purge, James -LSB- DeMonaco

Knives Out 2 Set Photos Confirm Ethan Hawke’s Casting

As production continues on Rian Johnson’s Knives Out 2 in Greece, the first behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Netflix’s star-studded whodunnit sequel have finally arrived online. The Knives Out 2 set photos, which you can check out below, provided us our first look at most of the main cast including Daniel Craig return as Benoit Blanc along with Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, and more. In addition, the photos have also confirmed that Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke has indeed joined the all-star c...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Army, Streaming, Daniel Craig, Johnson, Kate Hudson, Rian Johnson, Craig, Hawke, Kathryn Hahn, Christopher Plummer, Leslie Odom Jr, Jason Adams

‘Knives Out 2’ Has Apparently, and Sneakily, Added Ethan Hawke to the Cast

Well, well, well. Rian Johnson, you sneaky devil. While we already have a long list of cast members for Knives Out 2, it seems like we don’t know the whole story yet. The Netflix-bound sequel is currently filming in Greece, and recently released set pics reveal that Academy Award-nominee and all-around welcome presence Ethan Hawke is in the film, too. Unless this is all a coincidence and Ethan Hawke just happened to be in Greece and then wander into the middle of a scene being filmed. Which sou...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Casting, Netflix, Daily Mail, Sequels, Ethan Hawke, Daniel Craig, Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Rian Johnson, Craig, Hawke, Hercule Poirot, Bautista, Dave Bautista

Julie Delpy Says She Didn’t Turn Down Fourth ‘Before’ Movie, Because It Was Never Happening Anyway (EXCLUSIVE)

Julie Delpy did not turn down an offer to reunite with Richard Linklater and Ethan Hawke for a fourth “Before” movie. Following reports that Delpy said during an interview with a French news outlet that she walked away from the project, she told me Friday morning that her comments were misinterpreted because a fourth film […]
Tags: News, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Delpy, Just For Variety

Ethan Hawke Felt Like He Was Having a Heart Attack While Filming ‘The Good Lord Bird’

Playing John Brown in Showtime’s limited series “The Good Lord Bird” required an intensity from star and executive producer Ethan Hawke that pushed him to his limits. “It was the first time I knew what having a heart attack might feel like,” Hawke told Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast. And shooting the series in the middle […]
Tags: Podcasts, Awards, Features, Ethan Hawke, Showtime, Hawke, John Brown, Phil Rosenthal, Joshua Caleb Johnson, Awards Circuit Podcast, Variety s Awards Circuit

Week of June 15 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to’s week of June 15 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Anything for Jackson After a tragic car accident that took their grandson’s life, Audrey and Henry are unable to go on without him. Following the guidance of their ancient spell book, the elderly couple decide to abduct a young pregnant woman with the inte...
Tags: Amazon, TV, New York, Movies, Digital, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Ethan Hawke, Showtime, TV News, Jesus, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kelsey Grammer, Bryan Cranston, Bell, Tonga

Why Ethan Hawke and Little Marvin Refused to ‘Play it Safe’ With Their Limited Series

For their first outings as television creators, Ethan Hawke and Little Marvin held nothing back. Hawke acquired the rights to James McBride’s novel “The Good Lord Bird” for the Showtime adaptation. He also wrote scripts, executive produced and starred as abolitionist John Brown, approaching history with a witty bent. Meanwhile, Little Marvin blended classic horror […]
Tags: Features, Marvin, Ethan Hawke, Showtime, Emmys, Hawke, James McBride, John Brown, The Good Lord Bird, Little Marvin

Give Yourself Permission to be Creative

At TED2020, Ethan Hawke gave a remote talk about the benefits of being creative. As someone who often struggles to find meaning in whatever it is I do here, this bit was especially good to hear: Do you think human creativity matters? Well, hmm. Most people don’t spend a lot of time thinking about poetry. Right? They have a life to live, and they’re not really that concerned with Allen Ginsberg’s poems or anybody’s poems, until their father dies, they go to a funeral, you lose a child, someb...
Tags: Ethan Hawke, Jason Kottke, Allen Ginsberg

Ethan Hawke Explains How to Give Yourself Permission to Be Creative

The most creative people, you’ll notice, throw themselves into what they do with absurd, even reckless abandon. They commit, no matter their doubts about their talents, education, finances, etc. They have to. They are generally fighting not only their own misgivings, but also those of friends, family, critics, financiers, and landlords. Artists who work to realize their own vision, rather than someone else’s, face a witheringly high probability of failure, or the kind of success that com...
Tags: Art, Facebook, New York, College, Poetry, America, Creativity, Ethan Hawke, David Lynch, Ginsberg, Hawke, Buckley, William F Buckley, Josh Jones, Krishna, Allen Ginsberg

The Forever Purge Posters Introduce a Bunch of Rule Breakers

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have released new The Forever Purge posters for their upcoming fifth and final installment to the action-horror franchise The Purge. The new posters give the spotlight to the film’s main antagonists, a group of insane masked individuals who decide to go against the rules and continue to purge beyond the one annual night, causing the country to descend into total chaos. Check out the full posters in the gallery below! (via IMP Awar...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Horror, America, United States, Ethan Hawke, Dreamworks Animation, Universal Pictures, Juan, Dylan, Tucker, Blumhouse, Caleb, Scott Derrickson, Adela, Robert Kirkman

Marvel Studios Finally Confirms Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight in New Photo

As production continues on Disney+’s Moon Knight in Hungary, Marvel Studios has finally acknowledged Oscar Isaac’s involvement in the highly-anticipated MCU series with a brand new photo, confirming that the 42-year-old actor is indeed portraying the titular eccentric hero. The photo, which you can check out below, features Isaac in front of a collection of Moon Knight artworks, teasing which version of the character’s costumes in the comics would be serving as an inspiration for his live-actio...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Danai Gurira, Marvel, Disney, Action, Fox, Ethan Hawke, Sony, Streaming, Oscar Isaac, Marvel Studios, Jeffrey Wright, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe

Ethan Hawke’s Sinister Might Not Exist If Not For Ben Affleck And Armageddon

Somehow total Bayhem led to found footage history, and Ben Affleck's role in Armageddon is the key to it all.
Tags: Ben Affleck, Religion, Ethan Hawke, Bayhem

For Actors From Paul Bettany to Jonathan Majors, Performing in Period Pieces Offers New Perspective on the Past

The 1970s-set original movie “Uncle Frank” connected lead actor Paul Bettany more empathetically to his own father’s experience as a closeted gay man in that era. “I had a curated version of his life,” Bettany explains. Immersing himself in the period gave Bettany “a clearer understanding of the pressure that he felt upon him, and […]
Tags: Features, Ethan Hawke, Emmys, Paul Bettany, Billy Porter, Bettany, Jonathan Majors

Emmy Predictions: Best Lead Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie – Joel Edgerton and Ethan Hawke Could Duke It Out

Variety's Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Emmys ceremonies from film awards editor Clayton Davis. Following history, buzz, news, reviews and sources, the Emmy predictions are updated regularly with the current year's list of contenders in all categories. Variety's Awards Circuit Prediction schedule consists of four phases, running all year […]
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One Night is Not Enough in The Forever Purge Trailer 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Universal Pictures has released The Forever Purge trailer for Blumhouse Productions’ upcoming fifth and final installment to the action-horror franchise The Purge. The video features America on the verge of total chaos as a number of citizens go against the rules by continuing to purge beyond the one annual night it was usually set. The film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on Friday, July 2. Check out the video in the player below along with the poster and photos! RELATED...
Tags: Video, Texas, Movies, Horror, America, Action, United States, Ethan Hawke, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Juan, Dylan, Tucker, Blumhouse, Caleb, Scott Derrickson

‘Waiting for Godot’ Review: Starry Tramps Like Us and Their Existentialist Dilemmas Make for Daring, Delightful Streaming Theater

For this smart, lockdown-era, streaming iteration of Samuel Beckett’s show about nothing — and also everything, perhaps, and electric alienation for sure — director Scott Elliott and his tramps Ethan Hawke, John Leguizamo, Tarik Trotter and Wallace Shawn play the absurd theater classic “Waiting for Godot” as a low-lit, (mostly) subtle series of daft conversations […]
Tags: Reviews, Ethan Hawke, Samuel Beckett, The Roots, Wallace Shawn, John Leguizamo, Scott Elliott, Ethan Hawke John Leguizamo Tarik Trotter

Dave Bautista Thinks Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Could Be the End for Drax

Tenet’s John David Washington is teaming up with Gareth Edwards for a mysterious new sci-fi project. Get a teasery new look at the characters of The Green Knight. Black Lightning prepares for its finale. Plus, what’s coming on The Flash, and F9 teases, well, carnage. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Ethan Hawke, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Marvel Comics, Drax, Castro, Spoiler, Sutherland, Kevin Smith, Gareth Edwards, Esther, Dracula, Tenet, Chavez, Lois

Interview: Star Wars: The Bad Batch Composer Kevin Kiner

The first episode of the new animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch is currently streaming on Disney+, and by all accounts is another success on par with The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. One of the through lines tying all three series together is Emmy-nominated composer Kevin Kiner, who recently picked up an Annie award for his terrific work on the Clone Wars episode “Victory and Death.” With Bad Batch, Kiner was able to build upon the thematic structure of both Clone Wars and Rebels for ...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Interview, Disney, Soundtrack, Ethan Hawke, Streaming, ComingSoon, Kevin Kiner, Kiner, The Clone Wars, Jeff Ames, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Kevin diner

Disney+’s Moon Knight Set Photo Reveals First Glimpse at Ethan Hawke

(Photo by Bruce Glikas/WireImage) The first behind-the-scenes photo from the set of Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight has surfaced online (via the Budapest Reporter), confirming that production on the upcoming MCU series has already begun in Budapest, Hungary. The set photo, which you can check out below, features our first glimpse at Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke in his villain character’s costume, which is being described by the outlet’s source as a brown suit with a walking cane. ethan hawke on the s...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Action, Fox, Egypt, Ethan Hawke, Sony, TV News, Streaming, Oscar Isaac, Marvel Studios, Superhero, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hawke, Golden Globe

Blumhouse Announces the 2021 BlumFest is Coming to Kick-Off Halloween in October

This fall is already playing host to an ill-advised special edition of Comic-Con in San Diego on Thanksgiving Weekend. But if you’re a horror fan, you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home to get hyped about some upcoming horror projects from Blumhouse. Jason Blum, the producer behind hit horror franchises like Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious, Happy Death Day, and the continuation of the Halloween film series, announced that the virtual BlumFest will return for a 2021 edition t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Events, Thriller, Ethan Hawke, San Diego, Leigh Whannell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, John Carpenter, Joe Hill, Blumhouse, Blum, Scott Derrickson, Robert Cargill, Derrickson

Scott Derrickson’s Blumhouse Horror Movie ‘The Black Phone’ Lands January 2022 Release

Universal and Blumhouse have set the release date for Scott Derrickson‘s return to horror, The Black Phone. The film, which reunites Derrickson with his Sinister star Ethan Hawke, will land in theaters in winter 2022. Deadline reports that Universal Pictures and Blumhouse productions have set the Black Phone release date for January 28, 2022. The Black Phone marks Derrickson’s highly anticipated return to horror after directing Marvel’s Doctor Strange, and is based on a short story by Joe Hi...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Marvel, New York Times, Ethan Hawke, Sony, Universal, Cargill, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Joe Hill, Hawke, Finney, Blumhouse, Sulphur Springs, Scott-Derrickson