It's tricky business selling audiences movies "ripped from the headlines," but after last year's 'Zero Dark Thirty' it's obvious there's an audience for a good procedural. With 'The Fifth Estate,' Bill Condon brings to the big screen the story of Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch) as a techno-thriller, and as this featurette points out, it's a complicated story.
The last time director Bill Condon and actor Ian McKellen teamed up, we got 'Gods and Monsters,' a film that earned Condon an Oscar for his screenplay and McKellen a nomination for his performance. Now, a bunch of 'X-Men,' 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Twilight' films later, the two of them are collaborating once more, returning to their more traditional and dramatic roots. Condon and McKellen have signed on to direct and star in 'A Slight Trick of the Mind,' which will see the legendary British actor take on the role of legendary British detective, Sherlock Holmes.
The quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned WikiLeaks into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organization.
Bomb diffuser/Avenger/international spy star Jeremy Renner has been one of Hollywood's busiest actors in recent years. The leading man has been attaching himself to so many projects he's going to become the younger version of Sam Jackson if he's not careful. Now he's apparently got his eye on another movie project.