The hottest film of March 2012 now has a trailer.
Don’t shoot the messenger.
Ah, Assange. Hello, old friend.
Pardon the rough language, gang.
We’re all just trying to keep the lights on.
I wasn’t Bourne yesterday. Sorry, I had to say that.
He probably snuck out and hid in his hurt locker.
Seriously. Get a stunt double.
“Get ready to be…AVENGED.” That should be the tagline. Or maybe something better should. Hmm…
He’s probably going to be one of those really lame villains that uses brainpower instead of guns.
The trailer would indicate a little of the ‘Bourne’ DNA in this one. And an Eminem song.
It’s like ‘Pretty Woman’ but sad.
But who are we to stand in the way of Scarlett in leather cat-suits?
He’s got some projects between now and then, though. Hundreds of them, it would seem.
Ray Romano, Queen Latifah and the whole cast have been unthawed long enough for a quick voice over session.
Every other actor in Hollywood, thanks for coming.
He should have some TEAM LUKE t-shirts printed up.
Reports are saying that Renner will be tapped to pick up where Matt Damon left off.
This film explores the leather fetishes of the brother-sister-team. It will be over six hours long…
The tuxedo didn’t help him keep his cool.
Norwegian actress Ingrid Bolsø Berdal has joined the cast of Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters according to some guy.
That movie about the brother and sister from the fairy tales that grow up to be specialty bounty-hunters has a release date! No, THAT one.
Judi Dench and Michelle Monaghan want ‘Better Living Through Chemistry’.
She’s been keeping a low profile, but all of that is about to change. Famke Janssen has joined the cast of Tommy Wirkola’s Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Brunette British bombshell Gemma Arterton is locked and loaded to play Gretel in Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. She’ll be tag-teaming with Jeremy Renner, who’s already on board to play her brother.
Jeremy Renner will be making a brief appearance as Hawkeye in the upcoming Thor. It’s all part of Marvel’s plan to tease Joss Whedon’s The Avengers until anticipation has reached a fever pitched, and then consequently plummeted.
The official title of Mission: Impossible 4 is Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, and no, Tom Clancy's name does not preceed that. Stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and director Brad Bird announced the news at a press conference in Dubai. They also said they'll be doing a lot of filming in Dubai, including on the world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa. Said Tom Cruise, "I’ll be spending many days, many hours on the side of this building, I can’t give you details, but I will be up there." Not sure if his being up there has to do with the movie, or that he heard Katie was on the ground looking for him. (Collider)
Josh Holloway, best known for playing con man and quip spouter Sawyer on "Lost," has chosen to accept Mission: Impossible 4 as his next project. He'll suit up with a cast that already includes Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton, Ving Rhames, and Simon Pegg. No details on who he'll play or what he'll do or how the movie will include a plot. I do know the when. It's shooting in the fall for a December 2011 release.
Mission: Impossible 4 will be directed by Brad Bird, the guy who makes terrific animated movies. It's the first studio film for Holloway and the first live action studio film for Bird. Talk about the odd men out. If some teasing and serious intimidation on Tom Cruise's part doesn't cause rifts in production someone isn't taking full advantage of their elite Hollywood status. Give the rookies purple nurples while you still can, veterans! (THR)
Look what you're doing to Paul!!!
Jeremy Renner just gave us all one ticket to Bummersville. The actor recently revealed to Total Film that Paul Thomas Anderson's in the works scientology drama tentatively titled The Master has come to a grinding halt:
"I was really bummer about that," Renner revealed. "It really kind of stalled because when we were rehearsing – Phil, Paul and myself – we kept coming up against a wall that we couldn't overcome. Or at least Paul couldn't.
I'm sure he didn't mean for that to sound like a burn, but what a buuuuuuuurn. Jeremy could overcome it, Paul? Why the hell couldn't you?
At the press junket for Jack Goes Boating, Philip Seymour Hoffman also confirmed that the project is currently whack:
"I don't have any new information ['The Master']. I really mean that, I'm not being obstuse. I don't quite know what that is at the moment, but hopefully I will and hopefully I'll be part of something soon. It would be great to work with him again."
I was really looking forward to Anderson's take on The Cause — his made up word for Scientology — and Hoffman portraying a version of L. Ron Hubbard, the author of the classic novel Battlefield Earth. Everyone keep your fingers crossed so tightly that they bleed. It's the only way this project may get back on track. (ThePlaylist)