Bruce Willis Filmleri Izle savaş: matrix ten sonra ilk defa bu kadar etkileyici bir ; Tanrının Kitabı – The Book Of Eli Türkçe Dublaj İzle. Anony: engin filmde, 33, 37, 45, 50 ... 11/27/2014 - 8:13 am | View Website
'Nebraska' Trailer http://www.hollywood.com 'Nebraska' Trailer Director: Alexander Payne Starring: Bruce Dern, Will Forte, June Squibb An aging, booze-addled father makes the ... 11/27/2014 - 5:43 am | View Website
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Producer Dean Devlin has used Twitter to announced that the upcoming sequel to 1996's "Independence Day" has been given the green light by 20th Century Fox.
This means the film, which has spent years in a rocky development phase, is finally going ahead and is expected to begin production shortly in time for its proposed June 24th 2016 release date - just in time for the twentieth anniversary of the original.
Director Roland Emmerich is in negotiations to return to direct the sequel and produce alongside Devlin and Harald Kloser.
Actor Jeff Goldblum revealed last month that he has met with Devlin and Emmerich about appearing in the film, but no official casting information is available at this time.
Independence Day 2 has officially been greenlit by @20thcenturyfox!
With Colorado becoming the first state within the United States to legalize recreational marijuana, actor Seth Rogen is using that fact for a fun bit of movie promotion.
The actor tweeted on Tuesday that fans in Denver can join him to smoke some weed before and during an advance showing of his forthcoming comedy "The Interview":
We are going to do a screening of #TheInterviewMovie in Colorado where I get baked with everyone first, and we can smoke weed in the theater— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) November 26, 2014
Aside from Christian Bale's psychoanalysis of Moses, the most controversial aspect about Ridley Scott's upcoming Biblical epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings" is that for a film set in ancient Egypt, it boasts a surprisingly caucasian cast including Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver and Aaron Paul. The film does boast a handful of actors of color like Ben Kingsley, Dar Salim and Indira Varm in smaller roles.
In a new Variety profile piece on 76-year-old Scott about the film, he was asked about the issue and revealed that he never even considered hiring non-white actors for the film.
FOX's quirky hospital-set dramedy "Red Band Society" will wrap production on its initial order of thirteen episodes next month, and the network has opted not to order more episodes for the show's first season.
The ABC Studios/Amblin TV-produced series has aired nine episodes so far with the tenth to air next week.
China is getting into the big-budget sci-fi feature game with China Film Group Corp. revealing that five films based on the works of award-winning author Liu Cixin are on the way.
China Film Group will produce three of them - "The Wandering Earth," "The Era of the Supernova" and "Micro Era".
The first Paddington story was published in 1958 and the character has since appeared in more than 20 books which have sold more than 30m copies worldwide. Yet it’s taken nearly six decades for the beloved bear to make his celluloid debut, in which time the likes of Winnie and Yogi have stolen some of his celluloid thunder.
It’s been worth the wait however, with the Paddington movie – which combines live-action with CG animation – remaining true to the heart-warming roots of author Michael Bond’s creation while at the same time bringing him bang up to date by telling a very topical immigrant tale.
Proceedings kick off with a spot of pilfering however, the opening scene hugely reminiscent of the sequence that opens Pixar animation Up.