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New details have emerged regarding some filming on the upcoming twenty-fourth film in the James Bond series.
As previously indicated, some of the production on the fourth screen outing for Daniel Craig's version of 007 is scheduled to take place in Italy. Now, Italian news agency ANSA (via THR) indicates that Rome will be the host for "no less than three key action scenes" in the upcoming film.
Several night-time high-speed car chases are planned through the historical center's narrow streets and along the wide Corso Vittorio thoroughfare.
Last week came the reveal of Katie Cassidy's Laurel Lance dressed in her Black Canary outfit. Fans of the show have long been wondering when we will see the full transformation and Laurel's onscreen debut in the outfit. Turns out the first couple of episodes after the show's winter break will be about just that.
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg spoke with THR recently about Laurel's involvement in the upcoming "Arrow" & "The Flash" crossover event.
The first photos have been released of Hugh Jackman and Levi Miller as the pirate Blackbeard and a young Peter Pan in Joe Wright's upcoming "Pan" via Entertainment Weekly. Described as an origin tale of J. M. Barrie's boy who never grew up, the story begins with Blackbeard's men kidnapping young wartime orphans, one of whom is Peter.
Whilst the financiers are blaming pirates and a leaked screener for the failure of the third "The Expendables" film, the franchise's creator Sylvester Stallone seems a bit more clued in.
Attempts were made with the third film to broaden the appeal of the franchise, namely by including a bunch of younger cast members and changing over to a PG-13 rating from an R.
Oscar winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney ("Taxi to the Dark Side," "Mea Maxima Culpa") is reportedly putting the finishing touches on "Going Clear," a film that tackles the Church of Scientology and its influence on Hollywood.
Based on Lawrence Wright's controversial book, HBO commissioned the Scientology project two years ago, before the book's publication.
A large international cast has been announced for the upcoming big-budget historical drama series "The Last Kingdom" for BBC America, BBC Two and Carnival Films.
The eight-episode series, an adaptation of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling books "The Saxon Stories," will combine real historical figures and events with fictional characters during the 9th century reign of Alfred the Great, the Wessex king who united many separate kingdoms to fight off a Viking invasion.
Rutger Hauer, Alexander Dreymon ("American Horror Story: Coven"), Matthew Macfadyen ("Ripper Street"), Ian Hart ("Boardwalk Empire"), David Dawson ("Ripper Street"), Emily Cox ("The Silent Mountain"), Tobias Santelmann ("Kon-Tiki"), Thomas W.