When you think about martial arts epics, the last name that comes to mind is Baz Luhrmann, the man behind movies like 'The Great Gatsby' and 'Moulin Rouge.' But maybe that's why he's an inspired choice for 'Kung Fu,' which will revive the beloved '70s television series and bring it to the big screen.
Baz Lurhmann's 'The Great Gatsby' has been a while in the making. After originally planned for a release this past December, the film was swapped for a start-of-summer premiere in the hopes of better profits. Now we're only weeks away from seeing Leonardo DiCaprio as the title character Jay Gatsby, and we've got so much swag to give out in celebration.
It's nearly the summer season (at least for movies), so it's surprising how quiet 'The Great Gatsby' has been in selling itself. Sure, it's going to be opening the Cannes film festival, but it's not being sold as a tentpole summer event picture. Regardless, the film has released seven new clips to get us excited.
A would-be writer settles in Long Island from the Midwest and is drawn into his millionaire neighbor's lavish and deceit-filled lifestyle.
The dazzling trailer for Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby' sashayed online just yesterday, and if it whet your appetite for the world of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, there's another treat from the Warner Bros. release waiting for you today -- six brand-new posters we've collected featuring all of the main characters!
If things went according to plan, Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby' would be hitting theaters next week on Christmas Day, and we might be having a conversation about how Leonardo DiCaprio could be up for both the Best Actor and Supporting Actor Oscar. Instead, the picture moved to May, and we're a little less than six months away from its release. But now there's a new trailer to hold us over.
While Director Baz Luhrmann is busy wrapping up work on 'The Great Gatsby,' which is now set for a May 2013 release, it looks like he's already found a way to keep himself busy in between future movie projects that'll satisfy everybody. The man, who's also responsible for such works as 'Moulin Rouge' and 'Romeo + Juliet,' will be entering the TV realm, so now all his fans will get to see even more of his work.