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‘The Saint’: ‘Rocketman’s Dexter Fletcher to Direct Paramount’s Thriller Remake

Since 2016, Paramount Pictures has been interested in producing a new version of The Saint, which began as a series of novels before becoming a TV series starring future James Bond actor Roger Moore and then a big budget movie in 1997 starring Val Kilmer. Now Paramount has finally found its The Saint remake director: Dexter Fletcher, the filmmaker behind last year’s Elton John musical Rocketman. Variety reports that Fletcher will take the reins on The Saint, which follows a British protagoni...
Tags: Movies, Robin Hood, Thriller, Elton John, Adaptation, James Bond, Chris Pratt, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Paramount, Roger Moore, Joe, Val Kilmer, Hunter, Pratt, Fletcher


‘Rocketman’ Filmmaker Dexter Fletcher to Direct ‘The Saint’ Reboot (EXCLUSIVE)

After the success of its Elton John biopic “Rocketman,” Paramount has set filmmaker Dexter Fletcher to direct another high-profile project for the studio. Fletcher will helm “The Saint,” a reboot of its 1997 action thriller that starred Val Kilmer. The globe-trotting adventure is based on the 1920s novel series written by Leslie Charteris. Seth Grahame-Smith […]
Tags: News, Elton John, Paramount, Val Kilmer, Fletcher, Dexter Fletcher, The Saint, Rocketman, Rocketman Paramount, Leslie Charteris Seth Grahame Smith


Dexter Fletcher to Direct Paramount’s The Saint Reboot

Dexter Fletcher to direct Paramount’s The Saint reboot Variety is reporting that director Dexter Fletcher (Rocketman) is set to helm Paramount Pictures’ The Saint reboot from a script written by Seth Grahame-Smith (The Lego Batman Movie, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Dark Shadows). RELATED: CS Video: James Marsden & Ben Schwartz Talk Sonic the Hedgehog The movie follows Simon Templar (a.k.a. The Saint), a Robin Hood-esque criminal and thief for hire. The Simon Templar character made his de...
Tags: UK, Movies, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Joe, Val Kilmer, Abraham Lincoln, Seth Grahame Smith, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Charteris, Kilmer, Christopher McQuarrie, Dexter Fletcher, Movie News, Phillip Noyce, Leslie Charteris


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


10 Truly Great Movie Kisses That Deserve More Love

There have been quite a few memorable smooches throughout cinematic history. From the kiss that left us on the edge of our seat to the ones that made us melt, particular kisses continue to make us dream. But (as is the case with most artistic things), there have been a few swoon-worthy moments of emotion that have gone under-appreciated within the movie fan community. It’s Valentine’s Day, so it seems only fitting to give some much-needed-shout outs to a select few. So grab your favorite box of...
Tags: Movies, Robin Williams, Disney, Star Trek, Features, Egypt, Nick Offerman, Sam, Skye, Joe, Marcus, Val Kilmer, Robert, Billy Wilder, Tony Curtis, Rose


It’s ‘Chinatown,’ Jake, and the inside story of a classic Hollywood movie

Sam Wasson plunges deep into the tortured soul of the film “ Chinatown” in his new book, “ The Big Goodbye: Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood.”   Wasson, who was born in Los Angeles in 1981, says the film was “of urgent personal interest — why do I love this city and why does the world have such a complicated relationship with it.” He argues that the Los Angeles of the film, which stars Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway and John Huston, is director Roman Polanski’s ...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Germany, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Roman Polanski, Donald Trump, Eddie, Robert Evans, Chinatown


Yes, that casino you saw in that movie or Netflix comedy is in Southern California

Some of Southern California’s casinos have reached iconic status with their giant hotel towers, expansive gaming floors and Vegas-style decor, so it’s no wonder they’re attracting guests and big name acts yearly but they’re also drawing another group — studios ready to shoot a movie or an episode of their next big TV show. Several large casinos in Southern California have served as stand-ins for major gambling locales such as Las Vegas or Atlantic City because of their proximity to Los Angeles-b...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Julianne Moore, Casinos, Syfy, Los Angeles, Sport, Green, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Lisa Edelstein, Showtime, Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale


Fantasy Springs Resort Casino has a role in upcoming Val Kilmer film ‘Pay Dirt’

Director Christian Sesma had long wanted to work on a gritty and high stakes heist movie inspired by some classics, but he didn’t want it filmed just anywhere — he wanted it filmed in the place where he was born, raised and still lives now: the Coachella Valley. Naturally, that was the location for his next project, which just wrapped up filming. “Pay Dirt” stars actors Val Kilmer, Luke Goss and Nick Vallelonga. The film is produced by Sesma and “Green Book” actor Mike Hatton. Sign up for our C...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, La, Casinos, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Palm Springs, Southern California, Val Kilmer, Valley, Hatton, Coachella Valley, Indio, GOSS, Salton Sea


Thrilling Super Bowl TV Spot for Joe Kosinski's 'Top Gun: Maverick'

"My dad believed in you… I'm not going to make the same mistake." Paramount Pictures has launched a new 30-second Super Bowl TV spot for Top Gun: Maverick, following the fantastic full trailer debuted at the end of last year. We finally get a better look at the high altitude stealth jet that Maverick is flying in one quick shot, along with more context regarding the story - Goose's son nicknamed "Rooster" doesn't seem to like Maverick much. Tom Cruise plays Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, and Val ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Goose, Val Kilmer, Ed Harris, To Watch, TV Spots, Joe Kosinski, Pete Maverick Mitchell


‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Introduces the New Cadets and Their Call Signs

Top Gun: Maverick soars into theaters this summer. Though the title would indicate that this movie is all about the return of Tom Cruise as one of the best aviators the Navy has ever seen, there are plenty of other up-and-coming cadets who will be getting screentime next to him. We already know Miles Teller is playing the son of Maverick’s late friend and Radar Intercept Officer Lt. Nick Bradshaw, aka “Goose,” but thanks to a new set of Top Gun: Maverick photos, we now know his call sign, along...
Tags: Images, Movies, Navy, Sequels, Bob, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Top Gun, Val Kilmer, Phoenix, Powell, Pete, Maverick, Miles Teller, Action/Adventure, Glen Powell


Nicolas Cage, Richard Stanley, and Joely Richardson on the Cosmic Horrors of ‘Color Out of Space’

(This interview originally ran last September following the Toronto International Film Festival. Color Out of Space opens this weekend.) After crafting cult genre curiosities like Hardware and Dust Devil, South African filmmaker Richard Stanley was presented with the opportunity to break into Hollywood productions with a big adaptation of The Island of Dr. Moreau starring Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer. But things didn’t turn out as planned, and Stanely found himself fired by the production – a s...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, Toronto, Jerusalem, Features, Vatican, Marlon Brando, Richard, Nicolas-Cage, Val Kilmer, Richardson, Moreau, Mandy, Kaaba, Stanley


‘MacGruber’ TV Series to Explode Over at the Peacock Streaming Service

MacGruber is coming back to TV. A MacGruber TV series with original star Will Forte is setting up shop at Peacock, the upcoming NBCUniversal streaming service. A MacGruber series was first mentioned as a possibility last year, with news that the film’s director Jorma Taccone had pitched a potential TV adaptation to potential networks and streamers. Now it looks like it’s official, with Peacock developing the show. Variety is reporting that Peacock is developing a MacGruber TV series that wil...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, America, Piper, Val Kilmer, Val, Vicki, Peacock, Ronan, Wiig, Forte, Kilmer, Jorma Taccone, Taccone, Will-forte, John Solomon


Exclusive: Warwick Davis Says Pump the Breaks On Willow!

Exclusive: Warwick Davis says pump the breaks on Willow… but he’s still excited Who’s ready for more Willow? Well, let’s pump the brakes a little. At least that’s what the titular star of that classic film Warwick Davis told ComingSoon.net in an exclusive interview. While Davis acknowledged that the upcoming TV series based on the Ron Howard-George Lucas 1988 fantasy adventure is moving along quite nicely, he was also quick to point out that nothing has been finalized just yet. “At this stag...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Adventure, Fantasy, Disney, Davis, TV News, Lucasfilm, Lucas, Willow, Val Kilmer, Warwick, James Horner, Howard, Scott Derrickson, Warwick Davis


Jonathan Kasdan Confirms Start of Willow Series

Jonathan Kasdan Confirms Start of Willow Series Jonathan Kasdan has confirmed that pre-production on the Willow TV show for Disney+ is definitely underway! The news comes via a simple tweet from Kasdan featuring an image of the titular character, along with the words: “The office is open.” You can check out the tweet below! RELATED: Matt Reeves Confirms Colin Farrell as The Penguin in The Batman Willow remains a rip-roaring, bizarre 80s adventure, boasting some incredible (for its time) FX, g...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Colin Farrell, George Lucas, Ron Howard, Lucas, Willow, Val Kilmer, James Horner, Howard, Kasdan, Warwick Davis


Real Flying Featurette About Tom Cruise Filming 'Top Gun: Maverick'

"It is aggressive. You can't act that!" Paramount Pictures has revealed a new featurette about the making of Top Gun: Maverick, following the fantastic full trailer earlier this week. If you aren't sold on this sequel yet, you will be after this. The video shows us how they filmed this movie by mounting cameras inside actual fighter jet cockpits, so that the experience and the performances are completely real. They really feel all the G-Forces, they feel the intensity of the jet. What an awe...
Tags: Movies, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Val Kilmer, Ed Harris, To Watch, Featurette, Pete Maverick Mitchell


Top Gun: Maverick: Everything we know about the movie so far

The 1986 action drama Top Gun helped make Tom Cruise a superstar, and now he's returning to the role of hotshot pilot Pete Maverick Mitchell in Top Gun: Maverick. Here's what we know about the movie so far.
Tags: News, Trends, Tom Cruise, Top Gun, Val Kilmer, Movies & TV, Pete Maverick Mitchell, Top Gun: Maverick


Second Trailer for Joe Kosinski's 'Top Gun: Maverick' with Tom Cruise

"Good morning aviators! This is your captain speaking. Today's exercise is dog fighting." Paramount has debuted the second official trailer for Top Gun: Maverick, following the exhilarating teaser trailer from earlier this year. And wow wow wow - this looks better than ever! That cockpit footage!! Holy smokes. I'm all in! Bring on the return of Maverick. Facing an uncertain future and confronting the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a confrontation with his own deepest fears, culmi...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Tom Cruise, Paramount, Val Kilmer, Ed Harris, To Watch, Joe Kosinski, Pete Maverick Mitchell


Tom Cruise Returns to the Cockpit in ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Trailer

Tom Cruise is feeling the need for speed (again) in the official trailer for “Top Gun: Maverick,” a sequel to his 1986 classic. Miles Teller stars as Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the son of Maverick’s late RIO, Goose, while Val Kilmer will reprise his role as “Iceman.” The cast also includes Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen […]
Tags: Trailers, Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise Returns, Bradley Rooster Bradshaw, Jennifer Connelly Jon Hamm Glen


The Morning Watch: Making of ‘Ad Astra’ VFX, ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Scene Breakdown & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch an extensive dive into the making of the visual effects for the moon sequences in the sci-fi thriller Ad Astra. Plus, listen as Kevin Smith enthusiastically and meticulously breaks down a scene from Ja...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Brad-Pitt, North America, Visual Effects, Jay, Vanity Fair, Val Kilmer, Kevin-Smith, Melissa Benoist, Astra, Jedediah Smith, Disney on Ice, Video Of The Day, Ad Astra, Jay And Silent Bob Reboot


Top Gun: Maverick: Everything we know about the movie so far

The 1986 action drama Top Gun helped make Tom Cruise a superstar, and now he's returning to the role of hotshot pilot Pete Maverick Mitchell in Top Gun: Maverick. Here's what we know about the movie so far. The post Top Gun: Maverick: Everything we know about the movie so far appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Tom Cruise, Top Gun, Val Kilmer, Movies & TV, Pete Maverick Mitchell, Top Gun: Maverick


Official Trailer for 4K Re-Release of Oliver Stone's 'The Doors' Movie

"I'm the poet, and you're my muse." Studiocanal UK has debuted a new trailer for the 4K restored re-release of the rock biopic classic The Doors, made by Oliver Stone and first released in 1991. The movie follows Jim Morrison from his days as a film student to his death in Paris. With a tour-de-force performance by Val Kilmer, who did his own singing. Stone crafted a "psychedelic and powerful musical portrait that brilliantly captured the furious energy of the 60s" and the myth of The Doors'...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Paris, Oliver Stone, Doors, Val Kilmer, Jim Morrison, Michael Madsen, To Watch


3 Reasons Robert Pattinson is an Inspired Choice to Play Batman

While nothing is finalized yet, all signs point to Robert Pattinson donning the cape and cowl to become the next Batman. Pattinson would play the Caped Crusader in Matt Reeves‘s The Batman, a fresh start to the character not connected to Ben Affleck‘s most recent incarnation. This casting is excellent, and many seem to agree. But there’s already some backlash. This backlash appears to be coming from fans who only know Pattinson in regards to his role as sparkly vampire Edward Cullen in the Twil...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Casting, New York City, Ben Affleck, Tim Burton, Features, Robert-Pattinson, David Cronenberg, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Batman, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Burton, Keaton


‘Alien’ Designer H.R. Giger’s Insane Unused Batmobile Concept Brought to Life in 3D Model

A fun piece of trivia is making the rounds again, and since we’ve never written about it at /Film, now’s as good a time as any to share it. H.R. Giger, one of the designers of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Alien, was hired to create some Batmobile concept art for director Joel Schumacher‘s 1995 film Batman Forever – and Giger’s design is just as odd as you’d expect from the man whose mind birthed the Xenomorph. Take a closer look below. H.R. Giger’s Batmobile Concept Art As you can see ...
Tags: Movies, Ford, Sequels, Gotham City, Batman, Gor, Batmobile, Ridley Scott, Batman Forever, Warner Brothers, Val Kilmer, Concept Art, Scott, Warner Bros Studio Tour, Jodorowsky, Giger


Cool Stuff: Celebrate Batman’s 80th Anniversary with New Funko POPs

This month marks 80 years since Batman debuted in Detective Comics #27 in May 1939. To celebrate the arrival of The Dark Knight, there are a few new Batman 80th anniversary Funko POP figures coming for collectors to snag. Each of them celebrates a different version of Batman, including the original iteration from DC Comics, a couple versions from the big screen, and a terrifying vampire Batman that you may or may not be familiar with. Batman 80th Anniversary Funko POP Figures First up...
Tags: Toys, Movies, Tim Burton, Dc Comics, Batman, Batman Forever, Collectibles, Warner Brothers, Cool Stuff, Val Kilmer, Comic Book/Superhero, Funko, Elseworld, Batman & Dracula: Red Rain, Robin Funko


Ron Howard is in Talks To Make a Willow Sequel Series For Disney+

Ron Howard is in Talks To Make a Willow Sequel Series For Disney+ Over three decades ago, Ron Howard teamed up with George Lucas on the fantasy film called Willow. In 1987, Lucas produced Willow, and Howard directed the movie; which featured Warwick Davis as a would-be magician, Willow Ufgood. While the movie only had a modest box office run, Willow has gone on to become a cult film. Now, it may finally get a sequel. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptS...
Tags: TV, Movies, Disney, Article, Davis, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, Ron Howard, Lucas, Willow, Val Kilmer, Howard, Warwick Davis, ComingSoon, Chris Claremont, Jonathan Kasdan


5 Best Will Forte Roles

5 Best Will Forte Roles A Saturday Night Live alum who easily managed to transcend his sketch comedy gig early on, Will Forte never stopped pursuing bigger and better things throughout his tenure on the most popular live comedy show of our time. Since leaving the show, Forte has made a name for himself across the world of comedy and has even managed to infiltrate the world of dramatic film. He deserves to be regarded with the same reverence as Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg, Will Ferrell, Tina F...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Earth, Fox, Amy Poehler, Nebraska, Lincoln, Miller, Val Kilmer, Will Forte, Abraham Lincoln, Andy Samberg, Bruce Dern, Forte, Alexander Payne


Who is the one true Batman? That answer and more as the Caped Crusader turns 80 at WonderCon

Jim Lee was 5 years old when his family moved to the United States in the ’60s. Though he didn’t read English, Lee understood what Batman was all about. “You could tell what was going on just from the pictures themselves,” says Lee, the co-publisher and chief creative officer for DC, which has been Batman’s home since his debut in 1939. Film producer Michael E. Uslan vividly remembers his own childhood encounter with Batman. He and his big brother had 50 cents, enough to buy five comic books in ...
Tags: Books, Christopher Nolan, Ben Affleck, Superman, Tim Burton, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Dc, Disneyland


Welcome to the Land of Lawlessness – Tombstone Arizona

Welcome to Tombstone Arizona, the Land of Lawlessness. A place where drinking shots at the saloon bar, followed by trips to the service room to the ladies in waiting, and a gun fight or two is a common daily occurrence. Apart from the prostitution thing, is it strange that the thought of it makes you feel a little giddy? It’s not the debauchery and shoot outs that entice me, but the fact that control by outside forces is not in your face. I think all of us are a little enticed by that freedom. ...
Tags: Travel, Verizon, Usa, Hollywood, Cowboys, America, West, Arizona, Ed, Kate, North America, Grand Canyon, Destinations, Wells Fargo, Scottsdale, Val Kilmer


10 Best Meg Ryan Movies

10 Best Meg Ryan Movies One of the most lovable romantic leads of the 80s and 90s, Meg Ryan has seemingly exited the spotlight as of late. While she is definitely missed, there’s nothing stopping audiences from enjoying her past work — much of which remains incredibly enjoyable and still just as captivating as it was decades ago. After all these years, there’s still no one that compares to the charm and charisma of Meg Ryan. Seemingly somewhat of a muse for Nora Ephron, the actress got the l...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Disney, Tom Hanks, Volcano, Nora Ephron, Kyle Maclachlan, Seattle, US Army, Purchase, Mark Ruffalo, Dante, Joe, Val Kilmer, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Jason Leigh


Why Will Smith Turned Down ‘The Matrix’

It’s a well-known piece of film trivia that Will Smith turned down The Matrix. It’s up there on the list of other famous almost-casts: Molly Ringwald could have been in Pretty Woman, Eric Stoltz was Marty McFly for a few weeks of filming. But Smith missing out on the role of Neo in The Matrix always seemed especially tragic considering he turned it down to star in the biggest bomb of his early career, Wild Wild West. “I’m not proud of it,” Smith said of the Western comedy in the latest entry of...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Will-Smith, Smith, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Marty Mcfly, Val Kilmer, Eric Stoltz, Around The Web, Reeves, Wachowskis, Molly Ringwald, Matrix, Wild Wild West