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Anne Hathaway May Get ‘Nasty’ with Rebel Wilson in ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ Remake

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by Charles Bramesco 2 days ago
Voltage, Neon
The 1988 caper comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a cracking good time, pairing Steve Martin and Michael Caine as a pair of no-good con men fleecing rich old ladies on the shores of the French Riviera. The mismatched duo — Caine’s the image of suave refinement, Martin’s an inveterate ham — team for one big score, but a mysterious rival con artist known as “The Jackal” complicates matters. Also a good time: the Broadway musical based on the film, the 1964 Marlon Brando picture Bedtime Story that inspired Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and now we can add to that list Nasty Women.

‘Colossal’ Trailer: Anne Hathaway Controls a Korean Kaiju With Her Mind

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by Emma Stefansky 2 days ago
When it comes to ambitious, imaginative sci-fi, Nacho Vigalondo is one of those names people tend to mention. The Spanish director known best for time-travel head scratcher Timecrimes is back with a new movie, this time about a giant monster and the woman who can control it with her mind. Kinda.

‘Colossal’ Review: A Movie of Big Monsters and Little Pleasures

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by Matt Singer September 10, 2016 @ 11:43 PM
Voltage Pictures
There’s a rich history of monster movies that use giant rampaging creatures as instruments of allegory as well as destruction. The first King Kong explored humanity’s contradictory desires to admire and destroy the natural world. The original Godzilla reshaped Japan’s World War II nuclear trauma into a terrifying vision of destruction. Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal does the same; envisioning a monster as an expression of addicts’ uncontrollable inner demons. That idea is just about perfect; the execution of that idea, sadly, falls short.

Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter Join Sandra Bullock’s ‘Oceans 11' Spinoff

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by Erin Whitney August 10, 2016 @ 11:47 AM
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We’ve heard rumblings for a while about Gary Ross’ all-female ‘Oceans 11' reboot. In addition to Sandra Bullock leading the film, Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling and Helena Bonham Carter have all been rumored. Now three more spots have reportedly been filled in what is some of the weirdest casting news in a while.

‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Review: There’s No Wonder Here

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by Erin Whitney May 26, 2016 @ 8:09 AM
Disney
Much of Tim Burton’s 2010 ‘Alice in Wonderland’ was a forgettable, unsavory mess, but it did have some redeemable qualities. The filmmaker’s eye-popping visuals and imaginative production design were the best aspects of the largely unbearable Disney movie. But you’ll find none of that in the new sequel.

‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Trailer: Alice Battles Time, Literally

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by Britt Hayes March 29, 2016 @ 8:26 PM
Alice Through the Looking Glass is one of the more curious sequel developments in recent years. Tim Burton’s CGI / live-action Wonderland hybrid (okay, the scales were definitely tipped in CGI’s favor) did fairly well at the box office, but we can thank international audiences for its real success…and for this sequel, which has a brand new trailer filled with wacky characters and lots of cute wordplay involving “time.”

The New ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Trailer Gets Super Trippy

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by Charles Bramesco February 16, 2016 @ 9:43 AM
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Psychedelic rock icons Jefferson Airplane brought their acid-laced San Francisco sound to national prominence on the strength of such trippy singles as “Somebody to Love” and “Embryonic Journey” during counterculture’s...

There’s A Lot of Muchness in New ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Posters

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by Erin Whitney November 6, 2015 @ 3:49 PM
Disney
The week of Alice Through the Looking Glass promo isn’t over yet. After that ridiculously teasey teaser and the first trailer for Disney‘s sequel to Tim Burton‘s Alice in Wonderland, we now have a slew of character posters.

Time Is of the Essence in the ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Trailer

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by Charles Bramesco November 5, 2015 @ 8:34 AM
Yes, the first substantial look into the 2010 smash’s sequel is here, five long years later and not a moment too soon. Starting with Alan Rickman’s purred opening line, “You’ve been gone too long, Alice,” a possible nod to the unusually long gap separating installments of the franchise, time is the name of the game.

‘The Modern Ocean’ Adds Keanu Reeves, Anne Hathaway, Daniel Radcliffe and More to Stellar Cast

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by Britt Hayes November 3, 2015 @ 7:32 PM
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It’s happening. It’s actually, really, honest-to-goodness happening. The next film from visionary Primer and Upstream Color director Shane Carruth isn’t just happening — it’s lined up a seriously impressive roster of talent: Anne Hathaway, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Radcliffe and more have joined the lineup for the elusive and enigmatic filmmaker’s latest, meaning we won’t have to wait too much longer for a new Carruth project.