The latest trend around Hollywood when it comes to casting big movies is that we begin hearing names during the earliest phases of production. We're seeing more studio wishlists and this-person-took-a-meeting stories than ever before, and it's sadly taking away from what we should really be focused on: Confirmed casting stories. Nevertheless, fans love to speculate...
K-Stew fans have been itching to find out whether Kristen Stewart was indeed going to star as Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman (after it was rumored that she was in talks), and now you can start popping open those bottles of non-alcoholic novelty vampire blood because apparently the actress is now in the final stages of locking in her deal...
The wait is finally over, and in a joint announcement Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have informed us that British actor Henry Cavill has landed the coveted role of Superman in the new film, to be directed by Zack Snyder.
The latest from the rumor mill is that Twilight Saga star Kristen Stewart could be the next Snow White for Rupert Sanders' retelling of the classic fairy tale. Wait... what...
You better get used to these shortlists full of people auditioning for roles, because this is the next logical step in our quest to know every little detail about a movie before it hits theaters. What was once a race to announce who's signed onto a role is now a race to determine who's trying out for said role, which inevitably leads to stories like this one.
Aspiring filmmakers listen up: All you have to do is win an Oscar for Best Picture, and you’ll be able to get anyone to star in your next movie. Case in point: Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) is beginning to line up one heckuva cast for her ensemble drama Sleeping Dogs (also known as Triple Frontier – we’re not sure which title they’re going with).
Yesterday we told you that Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler) had met with Christopher Nolan about potentially directing the new Superman movie, and not even 24 hours later we now have word that should Aronofsky take on the job, Natalie Portman will in all likelihood play Lois Lane.
Hot off her action-oriented role in this summer’s Salt, Angelina Jolie looks to be switching gears for her next film: a love story set during the Bosnian war. Though Jolie has several projects all at different stages of production, this will definitely be her next movie, and the actress is currently prepping it in...
I made a joke the other day on Twitter noting that X-Men: First Class was so packed with characters that the first 60 minutes of the film would wind up being all character introductions. It was a joke, sure, but there’s also no denying the fact that this sucker is at the point where it’s literally overflowing with talent.
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Is Matt Damon eying an Oscar? Why is Bradley Cooper a wanted man these days? Ryan Reynolds will join Nicolas Cage in an animated caveman comedy for DreamWorks and Jamie Foxx and Ashton Kutcher are reportedly interested in starring in the action-comedy Streets on Fire...
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