And you thought only bad news broke late on Friday. TheWrap reports that the always-awesome Kurt Russell is in talks to replace Kevin Costner in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained.’ Russell — who starred in the underrated ‘Death Proof’ for the director — would play Ace Woody, a henchman for the villainous Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). Jamie Foxx and Christophe Waltz co-star in what is shaping up as a… Continue reading Kurt Russell May Replace Kevin Costner in 'Django Unchained'
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The last film screenwriter Charlie Kaufman directed was the bananas ‘Synecdoche, New York.’ Judging from some newly revealed plot details, ‘Frank or Francis’ — his second directorial effort — may be just as bananas. First, some casting: Variety reports that Kevin Kline has joined the previously attached Steve Carell, Jack Black an Nicolas Cage in the film, which follows an online film blogger and his antagonistic relationship with… Continue reading Kevin Kline Lines Up Crazy Dual Role in Charlie Kaufman's 'Frank or Francis'
Kevin Sorbo played the title character in 111 episodes of the syndicated TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, ending his run in 1999. Perhaps he still feels typecast as a heroic figure, and so that prompted him to accept the lead role in Julia X 3D, in which he plays a serial killer known only as The Stranger. The movie is meant to play as a dark… Continue reading 'Julia X 3D' FF Review: Kevin Sorbo As a Very Strange Serial Killer
Oh Se7en, with your quirky use of the number in the title, your awesome opening credit sequence with the Nine Inch Nails song that strippers everywhere overplayed in the ’90s, and your ways of making us want to atone for all the sins we’ve ever committed.
David Fincher’s story about a sadistic serial killer – who uses the Bible’s seven deadly sins as… Continue reading Did You Know: Kevin Spacey Didn't Want His Name in 'Se7en's' Opening Credits?
Norwegian neighbors get cozy, romantic relationships are examined, and a stand-up comedian enjoys a standout weekend, all in this week’s column.
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