We got our first extended look at Ron Howard's race car movie 'Rush,' starring Chris Hemsworth, clean shaven and looking like a younger Brad Pitt (sort of), through the first trailer. Well, now a new one is coming our way tonight, but before it does Universal has a new batch of photos to show you.
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It's a little weird that a movie about the dangers of doing something so long that it becomes rote and stale is, at times, incredibly rote and stale. Write what you know, I guess; 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' has a couple big laughs, a few small laughs, and a whole lot of going through the Hollywood mainstream comedy motions. As a movie, it's a mess; in select moments, it's occasionally hilarious. It's probably best appreciated as a playlist of highlight clips on YouTube.
Seconds into 'Deadfall,' the lives of two of the main characters are sent careening off course by a fluke accident. They are siblings Addison (Eric Bana) and Liza (Olivia Wilde), making a fast getaway from a casino robbery. They're driving down a snowy road when a deer darts in front of their car, smashing through the windshield and flipping the vehicle into the woods. If everything had gone according to plan, Addison and Liza would have escaped. Through sheer coincidence, they did not.
We've been swooning over Olivia Wilde's brand of sexy-cool (and sometimes delightfully funny!) ever since she caught our eye as "Thirteen" on 'House.' In today's Way Back When, we take a look back at her earlier roles.
The trailer for the long-delayed film 'Butter' has finally arrived, starring Jennifer Garner, Hugh Jackman, and Olivia Wilde in a tale of competitive butter carving so delicious it's sure to make Paula Deen weak in the knees.
The first official trailer for 'Deadfall' has dropped, starring Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde as sibling robbers on the run. Here's your first look at the film, which features a more intense Thanksgiving dinner than that time your uncle put on his "turkey pants" and tried to kiss your mom.
It's hard not to be excited for a new Spike Jonze film, especially after such greats as 'Being John Malkovich' and 'Adaptation.' His latest is filled with great actors, and it looks like Olivia Wilde has just been added to the mix.
Owen Wilson, Olivia Wilde and Brie Larson have been attached to star in the new comedy 'Squirrels to the Nuts' to be produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach.
People Like Us' is summer counter-programming, though it has a big-budget summer cast that includes Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jon Favreau. If that's surprising for what looks like a small emotional movie, it's directed by Alex Kurtzman - who wrote the script with writing partner Roberto Orci. And that may be the explanation to the cast: he's worked with most of them before. Check out the trailer...
Well, we 'House' Fans might not get any closure on relationship between House and Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) before the series closes its doors for good, but at least we'll have lucky number Thirteen!