No one will ever accuse director William Friedkin ('The Exorcist') of mellowing with age. His newest film, 'Killer Joe,' is an unrepentant celebration of sleaze that is downright quaint in its blithe attitude toward morals, purpose or restraint. It is, depending on your world view, a breath of fresh air or a harbinger of our eroded sense of ethical responsibility.
Have you been watching trailers for Steven Soderbergh's 'Magic Mike' and thinking, "I just need more shirtless Channing Tatum"? You're in luck. Warner Bros. has released tons of new images from the film for all your salivating needs and we've edited them down to just the stripping.
If you didn't think director Lee Daniels was even just a little crazy after watching 'Precious' (yes, based on the novel 'Push,' by Sapphire), then wait 'til you hear what he's up to with his latest film, 'The Butler.'
It almost sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Two of America's most charming Southern-flavored actors doing a buddy-detective story on cable? Perhaps an oversimplification, but for now it seems like HBO has won the bidding war to the high-profile new drama 'True Detective,' written by 'The Killing's own Nic Pizzolato.
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson first worked together over a decade ago in Ron Howard's largely ignored 'Ed TV.' But the two became friends and are now looking to headline a cop show by director Cary Fukunaga ('Jane Eyre') called 'True Detective.' They have a writer and a episode count, what they don't have yet is a network.
The MPAA is becoming quite fond of this NC-17 rating as of late; first they uphold the rating on the Weinstein's awareness doc 'Bully,' and now they refuse to overturn their initial rating of the latest William Friedkin film, 'Killer Joe.'
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