'Mad Max: Fury Road' Joins Overcrowded 2015 Movie Slate The fourth movie in the franchise, "Mad Max: Fury Road" has suffered through three years of troubled shooting and a new star (Tom Hardy replacing previous Mad Max, Mel Gibson), so Warners has decided to give the film a break and schedule it for May 15 ... 11/21/2013 - 4:45 am | View Link
Tom Hardy Discusses Upcoming ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Reshoots [Video] According to IGN, Mad Max: Fury Road will start shooting additional material on November 22. The website also reports that some of the cast and crew could spend up to three weeks filming these brand new sequences. However, it’s a little unclear what’s ... 11/3/2013 - 4:03 am | View Link
Tom Hardy teases additional Mad Max: Fury Road filming is more than simple reshoots Rumors have abounded that George Miller's MAD MAX: FURY ROAD was going overbudget and past the shooting schedule. The third sequel in the MAD MAX series and the first without star Mel Gibson has a lot going for it in stars Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron ... 11/1/2013 - 7:38 am | View Link
‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Running Behind Schedule are a bit concerned with the shooting of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The shoot is apparently not only going over ... the fact that original director George Miller is on board as well as the set pics that we’ve brought you here in the past, all still add up ... 10/19/2012 - 1:52 am | View Link
“Mad Max: Fury Road” On-Set Photos Leak Online Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are currently in Africa, shooting for the insanely anticipated “Mad Max: Fury Road.” A fresh batch of on-set ... Collider has obtained several pics of the rides used by Max (Hardy), Imperator Furiosa (Theron) and their ... 08/23/2012 - 7:01 am | View Link
For their 16th film — a musical ode to '60s folk — the Coen brothers wrestled with finding the right actor for the lead and struggled to re-create an NYC that no longer exists. This story first appeared in the Dec. 13 issue of The Hollywood Reporter Magazine. On the freezing New York morning of March 9, 2012 -- Oscar Isaac's 32nd birthday -- he carried a plump orange tabby cat down dimly lit stairs into the Canal Street subway station for a scene from Inside Llewyn Davis, which marks his first starring role.
Think your movie is an American treasure? So did 25 excluded best picture winners, says board chairman and ex-MGM exec Roger L. Mayer: "This is not a popularity contest." This story first appeared in the Dec. 13 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The October government shutdown that led to the furlough of federal workers had an unusual side effect: It canceled the annual meeting of the National Film Preservation Board for the first time in its 25 years of existence.
"Spectator" columnist Rod Little summed up the BBC's coverage of Mandela's death as “famous nice black man dies,” causing a social media firestorm. A British columnist, famous for courting controversy, has criticized the BBC for its extensive coverage of the death of Nelson Mandela. "For Christ's sake BBC, give it a bloody break for five minutes, will you?” wrote Rod Little, a columnist for Britain's Spectator magazine, complaining about the BBC's reporting on Mandela and his legacy following the announcement of his death on Thursday.
The actor will saddle up with the rest of the cast for the movie's U. S. portion of shooting. LONDON – Dustin Hoffman has joined the cast of Stephen Frears' untitled Lance Armstrong biopic. Hoffman will join when the production moves to the U. S. for the final stages of the shoot, sources said Friday.
Danish director Lars von Trier's sexually graphic movie starring Shia LaBeouf, Uma Thurman and Charlotte Gainsbourg is set to be released in two parts on March 21 and April 18 next year, according to Magnolia Picutres. The film will open in Denmark on Christmas Day.