Return of the Jedi?
Actor confirms he has been approached to play farm hand turned Jedi knight in new Star Wars films planned by Disney
- The Guardian,
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Mark Hamill was ...
Big international box office, Netflix licensing deals and growing TV production arms helped the filmed entertainment divisions of the six big Hollywood conglomerates post more than $3.5 billion in operating profits in 2012. But that was no match for the year before.
Theatrical performance was mixed — as always. And while home entertainment stopped declining, it didn’t provide a big boost. Overall, the studio units of all sector ...
“Father of the Bride”
Steve Martin, 67, and his wife, Anne Stringfield, 41, welcomed a child in December and have been spotted nearby their LA home with the secret new babe. “They’ve had a baby, and how they kept it a secret nobody knows,” a source tells Page Six. “Steve’s very private. They are thrilled. They worked hard to have the ...
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Bruce Willis’ fifth installment of the “Die Hard” franchise blew past both “Beautiful Creatures” and “Safe Haven.”
Yippee ki yay!
The “Die Hard” franchise is still alive.
In a Valentine’s Day weekend where it was thought another Nicholas Sparks film would rule the box office, Bruce Willis’ return in a fifth “Die Hard” installment easily pushed ahead of romance “Safe Haven” after ...
Why I made a documentary about the differences – and affinities – between digital and celluloid
The Guardian, Thursday 14 February 2013 13.04 GMT
Side By Side
Production year: 2012
Cert (UK): 15
Runtime: 99 mins
Directors: Christopher Kenneally
Cast: Keanu Reeves
I grew up with film. I understand how it can make you feel nostalgic. It stands for a halcyon past, like memories of your mother’s cooking. Celluloid is a fantastic, romantic medium. ...READ THE FULL POST→
Director Bryan Singer welcomed the “Game of Thrones” star via Twitter.
Peter Dinklage is joining the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past, according to a tweet from director Bryan Singer.