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Sam Worthington, Indira Varma & Kid Cudi Want to Take a Trip to Dreamland

Sam Worthington, Indira Varma & Kid Cudi want to take a trip to Dreamland Sam Worthington (Avatar), Indira Varma (Game of Thorns) and Kid Cudi (Need for Speed) will join Academy Award-winning actor Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour) and Golden Globe-nominees Evangeline Lilly (Ant Man and the Wasp) and Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name) in director Nicholas Jarecki’s opiods-centered thriller Dreamland, according to Deadline. Written by Jarecki, Dreamland will follow three colliding stories about the...
Tags: Movies, Avatar, Canada, Fda, Montreal, Gary Oldman, Detroit, Armie Hammer, Sam Worthington, Golden Globe, Worthington, Academy Award, Cassian Elwes, Evangeline Lily, ComingSoon, Varma


Live-action ‘Akira,’ 17 other feature films to shoot in California

  The latest round of feature films to be conditionally approved for California’s tax credit production incentive is one of the most diverse yet, according to the California Film Commission, which administers the program. The mix of 18 independent and big studio projects announced this morning includes a huge one. “Akira,” the long-in-development live-action adaptation of the fan-favorite Japanese comic book and animated feature, will be shot entirely in the state. Leonardo DiCaprio is one of t...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Hollywood, Movies, News, California, Sacramento, Georgia, Sport, Netflix, Soccer, United Kingdom, Leonardo Dicaprio, Will Smith, Lake Tahoe, Gary Oldman


The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Netflix in April 2019

Spring is almost here, and with the warmer weather comes new movies. Next month, Netflix will be releasing several great titles that you really shouldn’t miss, including the never-before-released Roadshow cut of The Hateful Eight! Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in April 2019. Movies Coming to Netflix in April 2019   Burning Burning is a masterpiece. Does that sound hyperbolic? Maybe – but it’s true. This slow-burn thriller Lee Chang-dong works its way under...
Tags: Movies, Horror, White House, Western, Sci-fi, America, Netflix, Burning, Quentin Tarantino, Gary Oldman, Jason, The Hateful Eight, Bruce Willis, Tarantino, Nixon, Freddy


Joe Wright to Direct World War II Drama ‘In the Garden of Beasts’

Joe Wright is heading back to World War II for his next project. The director of the Oscar-winning Winston Churchill biopic Darkest Hour is in talks to helm In the Garden of Beasts, based on the book of the same name by Devil in the White City author Erik Larson. The story follows a mild-mannered Chicago professor who becomes America’s first ambassador to Hitler’s Germany on the cusp of World War II. Variety broke the news that Wright is in final negotiations to direct the In The Garden of B...
Tags: Garden, Europe, Movies, Germany, Nazis, Berlin, America, Chicago, Tom Hanks, Thriller, Winston Churchill, Adaptation, Hitler, Gary Oldman, Hulu, True Story


Joe Wright to Direct WWII Drama In the Garden of Beasts

Joe Wright to direct WWII drama In the Garden of Beasts Director Joe Wright is revisiting WWII. The Darkest Hour and Atonement director is in final talks to helm In the Garden of Beasts, according to Variety. The film is an adaptation of author Erik Larson’s 2011 novel of the same name. The book is based on the true story of William Dodd, a Chicago professor who becomes America’s first ambassador to Hitler’s Germany, prior to the Nazis invasion of Europe. Upon their arrival, his family embra...
Tags: Garden, Europe, Movies, Germany, Nazis, Berlin, America, Chicago, Tom Hanks, State Department, Hitler, Gary Oldman, Wright, Ryan, Dodd, Erik Larson


‘The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Cast: Frank Grillo Joins Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, and Salma Hayek

The Hitman’s Bodyguard was a nice little moneymaker for Lionsgate, pulling in over $175 million on a $30 million budget. A sequel was quickly given the go-ahead, and original cast members Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, and Salma Hayek are coming back for more. Now the follow-up – which has the truly awful title of The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard – has added another tough guy action star to its ranks: Frank Grillo, who’s appeared in films like The Purge: Anarchy, The Grey, and Warrior. The o...
Tags: England, Comedy, Movies, Salma Hayek, Lionsgate, Casting, Sequels, Italy, Jackson, Ryan Reynolds, Gary Oldman, Samuel L Jackson, Captain America, Interpol, Eastern Europe, Hague


Batman Prequel ‘Pennyworth’ Goes to an Alternate ‘60s, Takes a Cue from Christopher Nolan Films [TCA 2019]

The creators of Gotham are going even further back into the Batman legend with their Epix series Pennyworth. We’ve already learned how the origin story of Alfred Pennyworth will show how a young Alfred (Jack Bannon) met Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge) in 1960s London and ends up battling the descendants of Jack the Ripper. Now we have a few more details. Pennyworth creators Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon were on a Television Critics Association panel this weekend for Pennyworth along with cast membe...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, England, London, Television, Movies, America, Gotham, Michael-Caine, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Nolan, Jack, Gary Oldman, Sas, Alfred, Tarantino


Catherine Hardwicke 101: Diving into the Emotionally Captivating Work of the Director of ‘Miss Bala’

Catherine Hardwicke hasn’t exactly gotten a fair shake in Hollywood. Despite directing several indie favorites and turning the first Twilight book into a goldmine, she’s gotten relatively little credit. Hardwicke tends to direct films aimed at feminine audiences, which are traditionally looked down upon by (overwhelmingly male) critics. She’s a true indie director who understands the power of storytelling, even on a shoestring budget. Hardwicke knows how to highlight emotion, using han...
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Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly, & Armie Hammer to Star in Dreamland

Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly, & Armie Hammer to star in Dreamland Academy Award-winning actor Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour) and Golden Globe-nominees Evangeline Lilly (Ant Man and the Wasp) and Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name) will star in director Nicholas Jarecki’s opiods-centered thriller Dreamland. In addtion, German actress Veronica Ferres has also joined the cast. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gp...
Tags: Movies, Canada, Montreal, Gary Oldman, Detroit, Armie Hammer, Rebecca Hall, Golden Globe, Evangeline, Evangeline Lilly, Dreamland, David S Goyer, Cassian Elwes, Movie News, Veronica Ferres, Nicholas Jarecki


Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer to Star in Opioid Thriller ‘Dreamland’

Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer and Evangeline Lilly are set to star in Nicholas Jarecki‘s opioids thriller “Dreamland.” Principal photography is underway in Montreal and Detroit. German actress Veronica Ferres also stars. Lisa Wilson handles foreign sales through her Solution Entertainment Group and will offer the film to buyers at Berlin’s European Film Market. William Morris […]
Tags: News, Berlin, Montreal, Gary Oldman, Detroit, Armie Hammer, William Morris, Solution Entertainment Group, Lisa Wilson, Evangeline Lilly, Veronica Ferres, Nicholas Jarecki, Gary Oldman Armie Hammer


Bestselling author of The Woman at the Window 'lied about having cancer'

Investigation by the New Yorker finds that Dan Mallory, who writes as AJ Finn, repeatedly fabricated serious illness Dan Mallory, author of the bestselling thriller The Woman in the Window under the pseudonym AJ Finn, has admitted to lying about having brain cancer for years, after a lengthy New Yorker profile accused him of a long history of falsehoods around his professional history and health.Mallory made headlines in 2016 when his identity as a book editor was revealed during a heated auctio...
Tags: Books, Film, Fiction, Culture, Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, New Yorker, Tracy Letts, Mallory, Aj Finn, Dan Mallory


Bestselling author of The Woman in the Window 'lied about having cancer'

Investigation by the New Yorker finds that Dan Mallory, who writes as AJ Finn, repeatedly fabricated serious illnessDan Mallory, author of the bestselling thriller The Woman in the Window under the pseudonym AJ Finn, has admitted to lying about having brain cancer for years, after a lengthy New Yorker profile accused him of a long history of falsehoods around his professional history and health.Mallory made headlines in 2016 when his identity as a book editor was revealed during a heated auction...
Tags: Books, Film, Fiction, Culture, Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, New Yorker, Tracy Letts, Mallory, Aj Finn, Dan Mallory


‘No one cared because we were black girls’: is time finally up for R Kelly?

Women have accused the singer of sexual abuse for decades. So why are they only being listened to now? Blame misogyny and racism – but also the potency of his music“Yo, Pac!” You can almost feel the spittle as Gary Oldman launches into his soliloquy. It is 2012, and he is on Jimmy Kimmel’s US talkshow, reciting from R Kelly’s autobiography with the plummy majesty he later brought to the role of Churchill. “What up, baby?” he utters as the audience collapses in giggles. The joke is twofold: Eng...
Tags: Music, Television, Jimmy Kimmel, Documentary, US, Culture, Pop and rock, Television & radio, R&B, Gary Oldman, Churchill, R Kelly, Kelly, Kimmel, Conchords, Rape and sexual assault


David Bowie Blows Minds With Augmented Reality

In this piece, David Deal explores how new tech innovation in the form of the app David Bowie Is has allowed the legendary performer to once again grace our homes in the form of augmented reality. _____________________________ Guest post by David Deal of Superhypeblog David Bowie visited my home on his birthday this week. He sang “Life on Mars” in my dining room. He performed a mime on my front porch. He showed me the handwritten lyrics to “Ashes to Ashes” while I was sitting ...
Tags: Music, Berlin, App, Bbc, Chicago, Guest Post, David Bowie, Vr, Ar, Gary Oldman, Music Business, Music Tech, Apps & Mobile, Bowie, Diamond Dogs, Thin White Duke


Philip Glass Finishes His David Bowie Trilogy, Debuting His Lodger Symphony

Sometimes I feel The need to move on So I pack a bag And move on Move on --David Bowie, “Move On” We might have been calling it the Lake Geneva Trilogy, given David Bowie’s recuperative sojourn in Switzerland after the emptiness he felt in L.A. The first album in the Berlin Trilogy, Low, was mostly recorded in France, and the last album of the trilogy, Lodger, in Montreaux in 1979. But they were almost all written in, around, and about Berlin, where Bowie found what he was looking for—a ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, France, Berlin, Los Angeles, David Bowie, Switzerland, John Adams, Times, Gary Oldman, Low, Los Angeles Times, Philip Glass, Bowie


The “David Bowie Is” Exhibition Is Now Available as an Augmented Reality Mobile App That’s Narrated by Gary Oldman: For David Bowie’s Birthday Today

Maybe it’s too soon to divide pop music history into “Before David Bowie” and “After David Bowie,” but two years after Bowie’s death, it’s impossible to imagine pop music history without him. Yet, if there ever did come a time when future generations did not know who David Bowie is, they could do far worse than hear Gary Oldman tell the story. Luckily for them, and us, Oldman narrates the new David Bowie augmented reality app, which launches today on what would have been the legend’s 72n...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Music, Technology, Film, College, Dave, David Bowie, South London, Rolling Stone, Gary Oldman, Brixton, Bowie, Gary, Facebook Twitter, Julian Schnabel


Tim Roth: ‘As messy as your life can be, there has to be a window you can escape through'

From south London to LA, Tim Roth has been Hollywood royalty for almost three decades. He talks about Brexit, unlikely role models, and always being in the right place at the right timeA young man walks into a bar and meets Sam Shepard, Christopher Walken and Al Pacino. The man is Tim Roth. The year is 1990, and the actor is in New York to film Jumpin’ at the Boneyard, a bleak movie about drug abuse. Roth, who planned to nurse a quiet beer while watching American football, found himself in conve...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Film, La, Culture, Gary Oldman, Tom Stoppard, Tim Roth, Van Gogh, Robert Altman, Roth, Shepard, Pauline Kael, Walken, Vincent Theo


Gary Oldman to play Churchill again?

Gary Oldman says he is working with Churchill's family to adapt one of his short stories.
Tags: News, Gary Oldman, Churchill


EastEnders' Big Mo spends Christmas with real-life brother Gary Oldman - see rare snaps

Sunny California is a far cry from wet Walford, which is probably why EastEnders actress...
Tags: California, Gary Oldman, Walford


"I'm scared. I'm scared by him, by his possibility. And I do empathize with him. I can’t imagine what his 3 a.m. is like."

"There’s a gathering storm—everyone feels it, he feels it. His children are in jeopardy, and I feel that. I think, 'What if my children were in jeopardy?' I would do anything — anything — to get them out of trouble. So we should be afraid. That’s what I think."Said Meryl Streep, quoted in "Meryl Streep on Why People 'Should Be Afraid' of Trump" (Hollywood Reporter)."The Gathering Storm" is the title of the first volume of Winston Churchill's history of World War II. There are 2 films about Churc...
Tags: Europe, Greece, Law, France, Meryl Streep, Winston Churchill, Harvey Weinstein, Gary Oldman, Richard Burton, Churchill, Commonwealth, Trump, Soviet Union, Albert Finney, Streep, Ann Althouse


APA Names Jim Osborne Head of Talent

Jim Osborne has been named head of talent at APA. APA executive Barry McPherson will continue to lead the agency’s New York talent department. Ryan Martin, who has served as APA’s co-head of talent since June 2018 and previously lead the department since 2006, will exit the agency when his contract expires at the end […]
Tags: New York, News, Gary Oldman, APA, Ryan Martin, Jim Osborne, APA APA, Barry McPherson


Lady Gaga, Green Book, more get Oscars boost as National Board of Review winners announced

Peter Farrelly’s Green Book has written another golden chapter in its Oscars playbook. The National Board of Review (slightly) narrowed the Best Picture race Tuesday at the top of a busy early-awards season week that also includes the Gotham Awards and New York Film Critics Circle’s Oscar-positioning ceremony, announcing its annual list of year-end winners by naming the Viggo Mortensen/Mahershala Ali-starring dramedy the best film of 2018. Mortensen also took the group’s best actor prize for Gre...
Tags: New York City, Religion, Bradley Cooper, Oscar, Gary Oldman, Academy, Roma, New York Film Critics Circle, Screen Actors Guild, Celeb Gossip, Universal Pictures, National Board Of Review, Cooper, Mortensen, Beale Street, NBR


Rebecca Remake Lands Armie Hammer and Lily James to Star

Romantic thriller Rebecca lands Armie Hammer and Lily James to star The 1938 gothic romantic thriller novel Rebecca is once again making the leap from page to screen, with Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name) and Lily James (Baby Driver) set to star in lead roles, according to The Wrap. Director Ben Wheatley (High Rise) will be helming the Rebecca remake for Working Title, with a script by Jane Goldman (Kingsman franchise). Daphne du Maurier’s novel, first published back in 1938, tells the st...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Star, Rebecca, Danny Boyle, Gary Oldman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Alfred Hitchcock, Armie Hammer, Daphne du Maurier, Edgar Wright, Lily James, Wheatley, Laurence Olivier, Charles Dance, Ben Wheatley


November 13 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

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Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Horror, Digital, San Francisco, Islam, Mark Wahlberg, TV News, Peru, Robert De Niro, Kansas, Sherlock Holmes, Dennis Hopper, Cia


Halloween Takes Hold of the Box Office with Another $32 Million

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Halloween takes hold of the box office with another $32 million Universal and Blumhouse’s Halloween held onto first place at the domestic box office with an additional $32 million haul. The 11th entry in the franchise has brought in $126.69 million domestically and another $45.6 million internationally for a global total of $172.29 million. This marks the first time that an entry in the series has crossed the $100 million mark at the domestic box office, and puts the new f...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Bradley Cooper, Sony, Box Office, Lady Gaga, Gary Oldman, Jamie Lee Curtis, Cooper, Curtis, Columbia Pictures, David Gordon Green, Linda Cardellini, Blumhouse, Judy Greer, Allyson


CS Video: Gerard Butler Talks Playing the Captain in Hunter Killer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: Gerard Butler Talks Playing the Captain in Hunter Killer Lionsgate invited ComingSoon.net to the New York junket for their forthcoming action film Hunter Killer, where we got to chat with Gerard Butler about playing a submarine captain in the October 26 release. Check out the video below! RELATED: Hunter Killer Final Trailer: Start a Battle to Stop a War Deep under the Arctic Ocean, American submarine Captain Joe Glass (Gerard Butler) is on the hunt for a U.S. su...
Tags: New York, Movies, Navy, Oscar, Gary Oldman, Gerard Butler, George Wallace, United States Navy, Linda Cardellini, John Wick, Ultron, Movie News, Toby Stephens, Hunter Killer, Donovan Marsh, Don Keith


The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Netflix in November 2018

October is winding down. Soon, Halloween will be over, and it’ll be time to start preparing to stuff ourselves silly on Thanksgiving. It will also be time for a whole new slew of titles to arrive on Netflix. As usual, Netflix Originals make up the bulk of the new titles coming to the streaming service, but there’s plenty of familiar films as well. See what’s new below!  Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in November 2018. Movies Coming to Netflix in November 2018 ...
Tags: England, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Netflix, Thriller, Alfonso Cuarón, Adaptation, Robert De Niro, Scorsese, Green Room, Patrick Stewart, Gary Oldman, Spielberg, Keanu Reeves


Film Review: ‘Hunter Killer’

It’s no trick for even a ham-handed global action thriller to achieve a ripped-from-the-headlines “topicality.” Just throw in a terrorist from the right enemy nation, or an American president with the right haircut. So it’s a weird and musty Twilight Zone indeed that one enters to watch “Hunter Killer,” a grindingly ponderous and bombastic neo-Cold […]
Tags: Reviews, Gary Oldman, Gerard Butler, Hunter Killer


Mark Hamill And Gary Oldman Look Amazing In New Squadron 42 Trailer

Cloud Imperium Games and Roberts Space Industries originally captured the performances of some of Hollywood's top talent back in 2015 for the single-player portion of Star Citizen known as Squadron 42. After three years of hard work and a lot of developmental work, RSI finally...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, Squadron, Gary Oldman, Mark Hamill, RSI, Roberts Space Industries, New Squadron


The Top 10 ’80s Movie Soundtracks

The top 10 ’80s movie soundtracks Music happens to be one of the most important aspects of a movie. Take Star Wars or Harry Potter, for example. The theme music is one of the most memorable aspects of both those films. If it weren’t for the soundtracks, some films wouldn’t even be watchable. The ’80s were an especially interesting time, sonically speaking. That’s when MTV rose to popularity. In the early ’80s, punk rock was still going strong. By the end of the decade, new wave and metal band...
Tags: Movies, Tim Curry, Mtv, David Bowie, James Bond, Harry Potter, Ferris Bueller, Gary Oldman, Cosmo, Sarah, Sandman, Nancy, Brian Blessed, Sinatra, Bowie, Flash Gordon