You don't have to watch the first 'The Counselor' trailer for it to have your attention. All you have to know is that it is directed by Ridley Scott, written by the legendary Cormac McCarthy and stars Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem. If you know all of this and aren't already planning to go out of your way to see it, you have no business being a movie fan.
Sony has announced development on 'Bad Teacher 2,' which shouldn't be too much of a surprise since the original Cameron Diaz comedy was a pretty big hit, grossing $216 million worldwide, but the news still packs a punch. After all, CBS is already moving forward with its half-hour comedy series based on the film. When a franchise makes the jump to television (or vice versa), it usually stays there. So what could this mean for the future adventures of Diaz's awful educator?
Long in development, Jason Segel and director Jake Kasdan have been trying to get the film 'Sex Tape' going for over a year. When we last reported the duo were looking to reunite with their 'Bad Teacher' star Cameron Diaz, and now -- a year later -- it looks like that's finally going to happen.
Frankly, we're tired of all the six-second clips and teasers that tease the actual 'Gambit' trailer. Sure, we got a look at Colin Firth and Alan Rickman in the official movie posters, but what of Cameron Diaz and her rodeo cowgirl character with an accent comparable to little Ms. Honey Boo Boo Child?
Lately, Hollywood has been giving us a steady stream of summer blockbusters inspired by comic books (‘The Avengers’), campy television shows (‘Dark Shadows’) or board games (‘Battleship’). ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’ might be a first, then.
The ensemble comedy – which opens in theaters on May 18; read our review here – takes its cues from a massively popular self-help guide that’s traditionally purchased for a young couple upon the news that they’re about to have a baby.
A recession-struck real estate agent ends up in the middle of a Mexican drug war. Sounds like a comedy, right? Well, that's the set-up for 'Agent: Century 21' which has Cameron Diaz and Benicio Del Toro attached to star. The film is set to be helmed by first-timer Adam Hashemi, a Danish commercial and music video director.
There have been a number of casting rumors for Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor,' with one having Angelina Jolie joining future husband Brad Pitt in the picture. Jolie has got 'Maleficent' moving into production - which she was trying to schedule around - and now it looks like Angelina is out and Cameron Diaz has landed the part.