Thirteen years after its release, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” is getting a sequel.
The Weinstein Company announced Thursday that the movie, which won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, is set to be followed up by “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon II – The Green Destiny.” It will follow the story of “Iron Knight, Silver Vase,” the fifth book in author Wang Du Lu’s Crane-Iron Pentalogy, the same series on… Continue reading 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon II': The Oscar-Winning Movie is Getting a Sequel
Although “Undefeated,” the Best Documentary winner from this year’s Oscars, follows a high school sports team, coach Bill Courtney wants you to know that the film goes way beyond athletics.
“The bedrock of the movie is football,” he says. “But what you find out when you watch the movie is it’s really about relationships and what can be accomplished when people put aside preconceived notions and selfishness, and just work together… Continue reading 'Undefeated' Documentary Behind-The-Scenes: Inside Look At Oscar-Winning Football Story (VIDEO)
Actor/castle-collector Nicolas Cage has the tendency to say and do some unbelievably outlandish things. For instance, at a Romanian nightclub last year, he screamed at random strangers, telling them he would “fucking die because of honor.”
However, situations like these are not just held to manic episodes in public. Sometimes, Cage will also voice strange things during interviews, like he did in a recent online chat with fans over on Empire
Eiko Ishioka, who won an Oscar for her striking and avant garde costumes in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Dracula,” has died at the age of 73. In the foreword to her 2000 book “Eiko On Stage,” Coppola described her work as “breathtakingly original, strange and sensuous.” Tracy Roberts, her studio manager, told the LA Times that Ishioka died Jan 21. in Tokyo of pancreatic cancer. Her work was most recently seen… Continue reading Eiko Ishioka Dead: Oscar-Winning Costume Designer Dies At 73
Ellen Burstyn, who won an Oscar for her performance in Martin Scorsese””s film ‘Alice Doesn””t Live Here Anymore’, is to make her London stage debut opposite Keira Knightley next year. She will play the role of a grandmother of a pupil in The Children””s Hour, opening at the Comedy theatre in January, reports the BBC. [...] Continue reading Oscar-winning actress Ellen Burstyn, 77, to make West End debut