If the human race ever dies out and we leave something behind for other live forms to learn about us from, can it please be narrated by Cate Blanchett?
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In Robert Zemeckis’ ‘Allied’ there’s Brad Pitt turn over tables! There’s Marion Cotillard shooting up Nazis! There’s trickery and games and romance and war! What more could you want?
How many times will you be afforded the opportunity, in this lifetime, to look at Brad Pitt and say, “In your dreams”? Probably never to his face, unless your name is David Fincher, and your old pal Brad Pitt comes to ask you for a favor, and that favor happens to be directing a sequel to World War Z. Can you even imagine David Fincher directing a sequel to someone else’s movie — especially one that was just OK?
Do you like looking at gorgeous imagery? Do you want to listen to Brad Pitt‘s voice in a darkened movie theater? Then you’ll probably like Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time.’
We’ve had two pieces of Terrence Malick news in less than a week and there’s three upcoming Malick movies to look forward to. What a time to be alive!
We thought it crazy enough, the idea that Ryan Murphy would follow American Horror Story with another FX anthology like People v. O.J. Simpson, but can he pull off the hat trick? FX’s Feud aims to find out, pitting Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon against one another for a famous Hollywood rivalry with another all-star cast.
James Gray (The Immigrant) has been developing a film based on David Grann’s best-selling non-fiction book The Lost City of Z for a long, long time. Brad Pitt was originally set to star in the harrowing drama, and his Plan B production banner remained on board even though he eventually dropped out. Now starring Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson, the first trailer for The Lost City of Z has arrived, offering a sneak peek at one man’s daring expedition into the Amazon to commune with a primitive tribe.
Men who abandon their brothers-in-arms during wartime are either tried, shot, or profiled in widely beloved podcasts. Directors who abandon their brothers-in-pre-production during World War Z-time probably just end up directing different, more desirable pictures.
It only takes Adam McKay about three minutes to prove he was the perfect guy to direct The Big Short.
I have seen The Big Short. It is good. You should see The Big Short. But you should also be aware: This trailer feels almost nothing like the actual movie.