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John Ottman Hosts Jeremy Renner, Michael Keaton, More at ‘Aiding Australia’ Benefit

Film editor and composer John Ottman, who won an Oscar for “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 2019, hosted members of the film, television and music communities at the “Aiding Australia” charity dinner and concert held at his West Hollywood home on Sunday evening (Feb. 23). The benefit raised funds to help in the recovery of fire-ravaged Australia, […]
Tags: News, Australia, Michael Keaton, Jeremy Renner, West Hollywood, John Ottman, JK Simmons, Jeremy Renner Michael Keaton


‘The Lodge’ Directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala on Building Atmosphere and Referencing ‘Jack Frost’ [Interview]

Filmmakers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala know how to let a movie get under an audience’s skin. Even the simplest of their shots, such as Riley Keough scratching her knees, elicit discomfort. They maintain that mood of dread throughout the their newest film, The Lodge, their followup to Goodnight Mommy. Their latest is a chilly head trip of a horror movie about bottled-up emotions exploding into fear, terror, and mystery. It’s an unsettling experience best seen blind. “This movie lingers long...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Horror, America, Features, Austria, David Lynch, Michael Keaton, Sergio, Riley Keough, Franz, Severin, Fiala, Jack Frost, Veronika, Severin Fiala


Cinematic Batman Lips, Ranked

Last night, we got our very at Robert Pattinson suited up as the latest live-action incarnation of Batman. Glimpse is a diplomatic word for it, frankly—softly shot, lit in red, and barely lit at that, we did not get to see much of this new Batman. Not even a full cowl! But we saw enough to rank…Read more...
Tags: Science, Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Batman, Lips, Warner Bros, DC Entertainment, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Adam West, The Batman, Ranker, Robert Lowery, Batman Glimpse


CS Soapbox: Why Tobey Maguire HAS To Be in Multiverse of Madness

CS Soapbox: Why Tobey Maguire HAS To Be in Multiverse of Madness Last month saw the devastating departure of co-writer/director Scott Derrickson from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but yesterday saw some exciting potential as Sam Raimi, the man behind the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man trilogy, has entered talks to take the reins. While this seems great in having another horror director take over, Raimi taking the job would also open up a new possibility: bridging the MCU with other M...
Tags: New York, Movies, Ben Affleck, San Francisco, Sony, Holland, Evans, Harry, Avengers, Eddie, Doctor Strange, Tom Hardy, Tobey Maguire, Cw, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton


I Cannot Believe There's Really Going to Be a Morbius Movie

If you told me 20 years ago that third-tier Spider-Man character Morbius the Living Vampire would not just appear in a comic book movie but star in one, I’d have laughed in your face. If you told me 10, or even five years ago, I would have called you a liar. Now, the movie is coming out in a mere six months, and the …Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Vampires, Sony, Superheroes, Marvel Comics, Jared Leto, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Spider Man, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Holland, Morbius


‘Worth’ Review: Michael Keaton and Amy Ryan Measure the Human Cost of 9/11 [Sundance 2020]

Almost 20 years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 claimed nearly 3,000 lives, director Sara Colangelo’s Worth attempts to project some humanity back onto that statistic. The whole movie revolves around a central question: how much is a human life worth? In this true story, Michael Keaton and Amy Ryan star as a pair of lawyers who take the unenviable job of calculating a dollar amount for every victim of those tragic events. Make no mistake: this movie is not an easy watch. The...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Boston, Features, Movie Reviews, Godzilla, Michael Keaton, Skull Island, True Story, Wolf, Sundance, Keaton, Kong, Colangelo, Amy-Ryan, Tucci


‘Worth’: Film Review

As a child, when future TV host Fred Rogers would see scary images on the news, his mother would tell him, “Look for the heroes.” If Fred were a boy today, she’d add, “Look for Ken Feinberg.” Feinberg, the lawyer at the center of Sara Colangelo’s “Worth,” specializes in putting a price tag on human […]
Tags: Reviews, Sundance film festival, Michael Keaton, Fred, Fred Rogers, Amy Ryan, Worth, Sara Colangelo, Ken Feinberg Feinberg


Sundance: Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Keaton Movies Premiere Without Either Actor in Attendance

On the second night of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, two high-profile dramas premiered to packed houses at the Eccles Theater — but neither of them had a seat reserved for their lead actors. “Ironbark,” a historical drama about a mild-mannered businessman turned spy for the British government during the Cold War, didn’t have its […]
Tags: Benedict Cumberbatch, News, Michael Keaton, Eccles Theater, Ironbark, Benedict Cumberbatch Michael Keaton


Five Artisans Talk About Their Work on Buzzy Sundance Titles

At this year’s Sundance, 118 features will make their debut. Here are five hotly anticipated films that will be in the mix and some of the artisans behind them.  Bad Hair (Midnight) Costume designer Ceci reconnects with Justin Simien (“Dear White People”) on a satirical horror set in 1989 Los Angeles, where ambitious Anna (Elle […]
Tags: Artisans, Los Angeles, Production, Sundance film festival, Michael Keaton, Elisabeth Moss, Bad Hair, Ceci, Justin Simien, Anna Elle


CS Soapbox: What Does THAT Morbius Trailer Cameo Mean?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: What Does THAT Morbius Trailer Cameo Mean? Sony’s debut trailer for  Morbius  is making every comic book fan’s head spin and for good reason… the trailer alluded to larger connections to Sony’s Spiderverse (which is what we are going to call Sony’s Marvel Universe) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.The announcement of ex-Joker Jared Leto’s turn as vampire Michael Morbius has had fans dissecting the film’s pieces for months. However, no one saw THAT big cameo...
Tags: Comics, New York, Movies, Trailer, Spider-Man, Disney, Sony, Holland, Vulture, Woody Harrelson, Andrew Garfield, Cameo, Marvel Comics, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy, Tobey Maguire


The Spider-Verse Connections in Morbius Are Confusing as Hell

Morbius’ first trailer has arrived, and while it mostly focuses on laying out the origin story of its titular vampire, it also suggests that the movie’s going to have some rather direct and significant ties to Spider-Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and...perhaps Sony’s excellent Spider-Man game. It’s all a little…Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Disney, Sony, Jared Leto, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Spider Man, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sam Raimi, Tom Holland, Ed Hardy, Morbius, Venom, Spider Man Homecoming


Does ‘Morbius’ Connect to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, ‘Venom’, or Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Universe?

The first trailer for Morbius arrived today, teasing a character from Marvel Comics who typically has connections to our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Since it was announced, the film has always been considered a Spider-Man spin-off like Venom, but the first footage revealed today paints a confusing picture as to whether or not this movie connects to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or if it will take place in the universe established by Venom where there seems to be no Spider-Man. In fact, t...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Sequels, Sony, Sony Pictures, Marvel Comics, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Keaton, Sam-Raimi, Tom Holland, J K Simmons, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Morbius


Morbius' First Trailer Is Here and Jared Leto Is Out for Blood

Wild as it is to believe, Sony really meant what it said when the studio announced its plans to move forward with a movie about Morbius, Marvel Comics’ most famous vampire who isn’t Blade. While Morbius might not have been the Spider-Man villain one would expect to make it to the big screen so quickly, it’s definitely…Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Vampires, Sony, Jared Harris, Marvel Comics, Jared Leto, Michael Keaton, Matt Smith, Spider Man, Tyrese Gibson, Morbius, Daniel Espinosa, Adria Arjona, Morbius Marvel Comics


Breaking: Christian Bale Cast in Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder!

Breaking: Christian Bale cast in Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder! Collider is reporting (and THR confirms) that Oscar-winner Christian Bale (The Fighter, Vice, Ford v Ferrari) is in talks with Marvel Studios to join the fourquel Thor: Love and Thunder! While the outlet has not revealed which character Bale is earmarked to play, he would make an excellent Balder the Brave, and will also prove a grand opportunity to use his proper Welsh accent! This will mark Bale’s first foray back into the co...
Tags: Movies, Ferrari, Ford, Christian Bale, Bale, Thor, Valkyrie, Natalie Portman, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Tessa Thompson, Thunder, Jane, Kevin Feige, Jane Foster, MCU


Sorry, Christian Bale, One Dark Knight Star Says Michael Keaton Was 'By Far' The Best Batman

This actor was very, very sure of his choice.
Tags: Religion, Michael Keaton


The 10 Biggest and Best Comeback Films and TV Shows of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) As the saying goes, everyone loves a comeback. The 2010s saw a number of creative entities emerge from the wilderness to enjoy renewed artistic credibility onscreen. There were so many comeback stories, actually, that this mere list of ten is guaranteed to smack of exclusions. FX’s The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, for instance, revived interest in the trial of the century while serving as a soft comeback for several actors...
Tags: Amazon, Star Wars, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Abc, Boston, Matt Damon, Disney, David Letterman, America, Features, Netflix, Brooklyn


Superhero Bits: Kumail Nanjiani Got Ripped for ‘The Eternals’, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Down to Play Superman & More

How did Ryan Reynolds react to a Deadpool butt tattoo? Want to make mini ice cream cones fit for an Ant-Man? Is Thanos gone for good after being snapped away? Speaking of which, did you see Scarlett Johansson deal wit The Snap again on SNL? Want to see how ripped Kumail Nanjiani got for Marvel’s The Eternals? Would you like to see Michael Keaton or Christian Bale in The Dark Knight Returns movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits right here. Here’s a Crisis on Infinite Ea...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Harley Quinn, Runaways, Birds Of Prey, Scarlett Johansson, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Ryan Reynolds, Hulu, Michael Keaton, Ant-man, Joker, CBR, Elizabeth Hurley


Aubrey Plaza Teams With Michael Caine in Best Sellers

Aubrey Plaza teams with Michael Caine in Best Sellers According to Deadline, Aubrey Plaza has joined Michael Caine in Lina Roessler’s directorial debut Best Sellers. Per the report, the story follows Caine’s washed up author, who ends up on a book tour with a young editor played by Plaza, who is trying to save her father’s boutique publishing house. Caine initially wants to live out his days in peace, but Plaza’s hopeful editor inspires him to move out of his reclusion. RELATED: Samuel L. Ja...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Movie, Aubrey Plaza, Channing Tatum, Michael Caine, Parks and Recreation, Michael Keaton, Samuel L Jackson, Sarah Gadon, Best Sellers, Caine, Anthony Grieco, Christopher Abbott, Casting News, Roessler


Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Keaton to Star in Action-Thriller The Asset

Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Keaton to star in action-thriller The Asset According to Deadline, Academy Award-nominated actors Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Hitman’s Bodyguard) and Michael Keaton (Birdman) have signed on to star in Millennium Films’ upcoming action thriller film titled The Asset. Nikita and Divergent alum Maggie Q has also been cast to portray the film’s female lead. Production is expected to begin next year in January which will take place in London, Bucharest, and V...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Chicago, Vietnam, Rembrandt, Anna, Maggie, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Samuel, Michael Samuel, Martin Campbell, Michael Keaton Birdman, ComingSoon, Movie News, Maggie Q


Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Maggie Q to Star in Thriller ‘The Asset’

Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson and Maggie Q will star in “The Asset,” an independent action-thriller announced on the eve of the American Film Market. Veteran director Martin Campbell, whose credits include “Casino Royale,” is on board to direct from a Richard Wenk script about two of the world’s top assassins for hire. When Jackson’s […]
Tags: Markets & Festivals, AFM, Jackson, Casino Royale, Maggie, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Campbell, Maggie Q, Richard Wenk, The Asset, Michael Keaton Samuel L Jackson Maggie, Michael Keaton Samuel L Jackson, American Film Market Veteran


Zac Efron Set to Lead King of the Jungle

Zac Efron set to lead King of the Jungle It’s been a rocky road for the film adaptation of WIRED magazine “John McAfee’s Last Stand,” but production seems to be getting back on track after two years of standing still with Zac Efron (The Greatest Showman) signing on to star as Ari Furman in King of the Jungle. RELATED: Facebook Watch Animated Comedy Lands Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick The film, written by duo Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (Dolemite is My Name) and directed by Glenn Ficar...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Fox, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Depp, Zac Efron, Michael Keaton, Belize, John Mcafee, Efron, McAfee, Freddy, Kurtz, Fred Jones, Scooby Doo, Scott Alexander


Bee Gees Biopic in Development at Paramount Pictures

Paramount Pictures developing Bee Gees biopic Deadline has brought word that Paramount Pictures is teaming up with new producer/financier company Sister and Bohemian Rhapsody producer Graham King to develop a biopic on the eight-time Grammy winning pop group Bee Gees. RELATED: Michael Keaton Joins Paramount’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 Formed by brothers Maurice, Barry and Robin Gibb in 1958, the group began to rise to popularity in the late ’60s to early ’70s with the rise of the disco era...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Elton John, Paramount Pictures, Barry, Michael Keaton, Bee Gees, Roger Corman, Robin, Jane Featherstone, Gibbs, Rock Roll Hall of Fame, Maurice, Robin Gibb, Movie News, Graham King


Kindness and Wonder: Mr Rogers biography is a study in empathy and a deep, genuine love for children

Edwards is an eclectic writer, best known perhaps for his work at Rolling Stone, his whimsical books about the likes of Bill Murray and his books about misheard lyrics. But in Kindness and Wonder, Edwards fuses his reporter's investigative and narrative ability with his vast interest in popular culture's long shadow to tell a tale that is both gentle and wonderful, in a manner befitting its subject. In Edwards' hands, Rogers' life story comes to life as both a commonplace -- a sheltered, wea...
Tags: Reviews, Feature, Post, Books, Happy Mutants, Gift Guide, News, Kindness, Empathy, Bill Murray, Rolling Stone, Michael Keaton, Bill Nye, Kangaroo, Rogers, Disney World


Michael Keaton Joins Paramount’s The Trial of the Chicago 7

Michael Keaton joins Paramount’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 According to Deadline, Golden Globe winner Michael Keaton (Batman, Spotlight) has signed on for the role of Ramsey Clark in Paramount Pictures‘ forthcoming drama film The Trial of the Chicago 7 which will be directed by Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin. Oscar-winner William Hurt (A History of Violence, Goliath) and J.C. MacKenzie (The Irishman) have also joined the star-studded cast with Hurt portraying the role of John Mitchell. In additio...
Tags: Movies, Molly, Aaron Sorkin, America, Chicago, Eddie Redmayne, Seth Rogen, Vietnam, Sony Pictures, William, New York Stock Exchange, Paramount Pictures, Tom Hardy, Michael Keaton, Paramount, Sacha Baron Cohen


‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Adds Michael Keaton, Sets Awards Season Release in 2020

Nearly a year ago, pre-production on Aaron Sorkin’s long-gestating true story of The Trial of the Chicago 7 was suddenly shut down in order to allow the acclaimed writer some time to work on his Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird. But a few months later, the movie was getting back together with a stacked cast assembling. Now the movie has added Michael Keaton, and Paramount Pictures has set The Trial of the Chicago 7 release date right at the start of awards season. Find out more belo...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Paramount Pictures, Michael Keaton, True Story, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Joseph-Gordon-Levitt, Aaron-Sorkin, Jeremy Strong, Frank-Langella, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, The Trial of the Chicago 7, William-Hurt


Michael Keaton, William Hurt Join Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’

Michael Keaton and William Hurt have joined the ensemble cast of Aaron Sorkin’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7.” Their casting in the historical drama comes with the news that the long-awaited film is finally moving forward, with Paramount Pictures on board for domestic distribution and Cross Creek signing on to finance and co-produce alongside […]
Tags: News, Michael Keaton, William Hurt, The Trial of the Chicago 7


POLL RESULTS: Who is the Best Movie Joker?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL RESULTS: Who is the Best Movie Joker? Todd Phillips’ Joker just landed at the #1 spot at the box office for a second weekend in a row! ComingSoon.net asked its readers to vote for the Best Movie Joker of all-time, including Joaquin Pheonix, and over 7000 of you cast your vote! Check out the official results now! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: Will Robert Pattinson Be a Great Batman? Who is the Best Movie Joker? Heath Ledger (61%, 4408 votes) Joaquin Phoenix (18%, 1293 votes...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Tim Burton, Dc Comics, Robert Pattinson, Bradley Cooper, Suicide Squad, Heath Ledger, Batman, Jared Leto, The Joker, Joaquin Phoenix, Michael Keaton, Mark Hamill, Polls, Joker


Superhero Bits: Wayne Brady Joining ‘Black Lightning’, AMC Theatres Bans Customer for ‘Joker’ Prank & More

Who is Wayne Brady playing in Black Lightning? Want to hear Robert Downey Jr.‘s fond memory of the last time he shot with Stan Lee? How is Michael Keaton popping up in Crisis on Infinite Earths? Why did a Vin Diesel sound-alike need to be hired for the Bloodshot movie? Who is Nathan Fillion rumored to be playing in The Suicide Squad? Want to see concept are for an unused elemental in Spider-Man: Far From Home? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The CW teased what’s in sto...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Spider-Man, Dc Comics, Batwoman, Amc Theatres, Batman, Stan Lee, Avengers, Cw, Arrow, Michael Keaton, Joker, Burt Ward, Wayne Brady, Comic Book/Superhero


POLL: Who is the Best Movie Joker?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL: Who is the Best Movie Joker? Now that Todd Phillips’ Joker has busted October records to become the #1 movie of the weekend, ComingSoon.net wants to know where Joaquin Phoenix stacks up for our readers among the other great Jokers. Place your vote for the Best Movie Joker in our poll below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; ...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Robert Pattinson, Bradley Cooper, The Joker, Joaquin Phoenix, Michael Keaton, Polls, Joker, Phillips, Arthur, MCU, Todd Phillips, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, ComingSoon, Movie News


How Alex Brightman Brought a Pansexual Beetlejuice to Life on Broadway

Alex Brightman gives the deadliest performance on Broadway — in a good way — in “Beetlejuice.” The big-budget musical adaptation of the 1988 film directed by Tim Burton has scored eight Tony nominations, including best actor. To play the frisky role, Brightman (“School of Rock”) dons Beetlejuice’s striped suit and an assortment of colorful wigs […]
Tags: Tim Burton, Features, Michael Keaton, Alex Brightman, Beetlejuice, Power of Broadway