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In an interview with Ireland's Sunday World newspaper this weekend, Colin Farrell confirmed his role in the forthcoming season of HBO's hit drama. But six months removed from the mystery anthology's freshman run, many other details -- the rest of the cast, the creative team, and the narrative's premise -- remain obscure.
Not only is Matt Damon in talks to return to the Bourne Identity series with helmer Paul Greengrass, but the Oscar-winner is also eyeing a starring role in director Zhang Yimou's The Great Wall for Legendary Pictures.
Deadline reports that Damon would like to work on the landmark Chinese project with the helmer -- who he almost worked with for Flowers of War -- but his upcoming role in Ridley Scott's The Martian complicates his schedule.
Oscar Wilde's controversial play, based on the biblical story about the beheading of John the Baptist, has been a long-time obsession of Pacino's, on a par with Shakespeare's "Richard III" for the actor. But although he filmed his theatrical staging of Wilde's tragedy way back in 2006 (casting Chastain in her first feature) and his companion-piece documentary "Wilde Salomé" premiered at the 2011 Venice Film Festival (where it received mixed reviews), yesterday marked their first presentation as a double bill.
Fronting Roxy Music through the '70s, the young Bryan Ferry already exuded a certain world-weariness, like someone who'd traveled to the future and back, forced to live his life a second time, guided by the lessons learned several decades down the line. By the time the rest of the world