Ron Howard

‘Inferno’ Trailer: Tom Hanks Would Like to Solve the Puzzle, Please

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by Britt Hayes June 23, 2016 @ 11:46 AM
Columbia
The latest trailer for Inferno is, unfortunately, not as intriguing as the last, but if you’re a big fan of exposition, then this one is for you. Tom Hanks and Ron Howard reunite for the third and final chapter in the Da Vinci Code trilogy, which sees our puzzle-solving protagonist Robert Langdon battling the apocalypse — at least it seems less painful than that one with the X-Men.

‘Inferno’ Trailer Teaser Puts the Whole World in Tom Hanks’ Hands

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by Britt Hayes May 8, 2016 @ 2:08 PM
Columbia
It may be Mother’s Day, but Sony doesn’t want your dad to feel left out. The studio has released a teaser for the first Inferno trailer, along with a couple of posters offering a sneak peek at the finale to The Da Vinci Code trilogy. And it looks like the series is prepared to go out with a bang, as Tom Hanks is literally holding the fate of the world in his hands.

In-Home Screening Room Draws Support From Major Filmmakers

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by Charles Bramesco March 14, 2016 @ 9:07 AM
Alamy
Last week, we took note of a new business venture called Screening Room spearheaded by Napster founder Sean Parker. The proposed service would digitally stream the latest major-studio theatrical releases into the confines of private American homes for a hefty estimated fee of $50 on the same day as in-theater premieres, rendering a trip to the local cineplex less necessary than ever. Naturally, this radical new strategy would change the entire face of the industry, and has accordingly raised hackles on the production, distribution, and exhibition sides of Hollywood. As movie theaters struggle to stay relevant and profitable, Parker’s every press conference sounds like a death knell. And this weekend, both sides of this instantly contentious debate dug in their heels on their positions.

Ron Howard Reportedly Eyeing Robert Downey Jr.’s ‘Pinocchio’ Movie

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by Britt Hayes February 17, 2016 @ 7:03 PM
Disney
Not to be confused with Disney’s ever-growing slate of live-action remakes which includes a Pinocchio project, Warner Bros.’ has had a Pinocchio movie of their own in development for years, with Robert Downey Jr. attached to play the role of puppet creator Gepetto. After repeatedly failing to secure a director, WB’s Pinocchio may have finally found its maker in Ron Howard, who is reportedly coming aboard to direct the long-gestating live-action take on the classic fairy tale.

‘Inferno’ Images Show Tom Hanks Back in Action as ‘Da Vinci Code’ Hero Robert Langdon

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by Britt Hayes December 23, 2015 @ 7:46 PM
Columbia
It’s been six years since Angels and Demons, Ron Howard’s sequel to The Da Vinci Code, the mystery thriller based on Dan Brown’s best-selling novel. You might want to grab your parents for this one, because we have our first look at Inferno, the third film in the series featuring dad-hero Tom Hanks reprising his role as Robert Langdon along with a few new faces.

Ron Howard Says ‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Scripts Being Written

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 11, 2015 @ 4:59 PM
Netflix
Netflix recently announced plans to double their output of scripted series from 16 to 31 over the next year, but might somewhere in there be the oft-discussed fifth season of Arrested Development? Ron Howard says scripts are being written, so let’s brazenly jump to conclusions!

‘In the Heart of the Sea’ Review: Ron Howard’s Latest Is an Under-whale-ming Epic

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by Erin Whitney December 11, 2015 @ 9:56 AM
Warner Bros.
There’s a gigantic sea monster! There’s Chris Hemsworth’s muscular and skeletal frame! There’s harpoons and storms and dolphins and waves and adventure! There’s even a British man (played by Ben Whishaw) narrating the story as told by another very talented actor (Brendan Gleeson). By the sounds of it, In the Heart of the Sea must be a whale of a tale. But sadly, Ron Howard’s latest falls very short of its epic endeavors.

Ron Howard to Direct ‘The Girl Before’ Based on Upcoming Thriller Novel

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by Britt Hayes November 27, 2015 @ 5:03 PM
Jamie McCarthy, Getty Images
You know a book must be pretty good if a major studio acquires the rights to develop a film adaptation; even better if that book isn’t even hitting shelves for another year. Such is the case with J.P. Delaney’s upcoming novel The Girl Before, which was not only acquired by Universal, but has attracted Ron Howard to the director’s chair.