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Summer Movies 2015 News

News Bites: 'Walk of Shame' Photos; Christian Bale As Steve Jobs; Paul Walker's 'Brick Mansions' Trailer and More

Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame: Elizabeth Banks stars in the upcoming comedy Walk of Shame as a news anchor who must make her way across Los Angeles for an important job interview after a wild night out, as illustrated in two new photos. James Marsden also stars; the movie walks into theaters on May 2. [Collider]

Walk of Shame


Steve Jobs: Last month we heard that director David Fincher was in talks to reteam with writer Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network)  for an untitled biopic based on the life and career of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. Now comes word that Fincher wants Christian Bale to play Jobs, and feels so strongly about it that he will only direct the movie if Bale stars. Production may begin early next year. [The Wrap]

The Jungle Book: Andy Serkis, who gained fame playing Gollum in the Lord of the Rings films and Caesar in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, will direct The Jungle Book for Warner Bros. The actor served as second-unit director for The Hobbit movies, but this will be his feature directorial debut. The Warner Bros. project is in competition with another live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic stories coming from Disney that will be directed by Jon Favreau. [Heat Vision]

Brick Mansions Trailer: Paul Walker's final movie is a remake of a French action movie, as an undercover cop in a dangerous district in Detroit that's been walled off from the rest of the city in order to protect law-abiding citizens. A new trailer showcases some amazing parkour stunts performed by parkour cofounder David Belle, who plays an ex-convict. The movie opens on April 25. [Yahoo]

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