After experiencing some delays in production, the fourth movie in the “Jurassic Park” series is back on track and looking to finalize its cast.
Variety reports that Josh Brolin is in talks for the lead role in “Jurassic World.” This comes on the heels of unconfirmed rumors… Continue reading A 'Jurassic World' With Josh Brolin? Yes, Please
It’s a teen dream match-up.
Fox has purchased a one-hour pilot for the teen drama Prodigy, a collaboration between Juno scribe Diablo Cody and O.C. creator Josh Schwartz. Fake Empire Productions, which Schwartz founded in 2010 with his Gossip Girl co-creator Stephanie Savage, is leading the development of the show.
Prodigy focuses on a 16-year-old home schooled genius who decides to take a shot at the high school experience before heading to college… Continue reading Fox picks up Diablo Cody, Josh Schwartz teen drama pilot
Mortdecai: Quickly putting the disappointing box office returns for The Lone Ranger behind him, Johnny Depp is in negotiations to play the title role in Mortdecai, a character described as “a wealthy art dealer and part-time rogue who frequently finds himself caught up in strange cases of crime and espionage.” David Koepp (Depp’s Secret Window) will direct. Depp is finishing up the… Continue reading Movie News: Johnny Depp's Next; Vin Diesel's 'Avengers 2' Role; Josh Brolin in Spike Lee's 'Oldboy' (Trailer)
The South Korean cult classic “Oldboy” has gotten a remake, but the American version looks to be just as violent, dark, and twisted as the original.
If the following red band trailer is any indication, Spike Lee’s take on “Oldboy” remains very faithful to Park Chan-wook’s 2003 film. Josh Brolin plays the man who is mysteriously held captive for 20 years, then just as mysteriously released. Once he’s… Continue reading 'Oldboy' Trailer: Josh Brolin Seeks Revenge in Bloody Spike Lee Remake
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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE SERIES FINALE OF SMASH!!!!]
After two seasons, the curtain has closed on NBC’s ambitious musical Smash. The series climaxed with Marilyn Monroe musical Bombshell winning big at the Tonys, including awards for Ivy (Megan Hilty) and composers Tom (Christian Borle) and Julia (Debra Messing). It also marked the end of an attempt… Continue reading ‘Smash’: Exec Producer Josh Safran on the series finale and what season 3 would have been