We've already known how creative Rian Johnson is, and Emily Blunt even attested to that fact back during our Comic-Con interview. Back then, the celeb gave us some tid bits about what the director has in store for us with his latest project 'Looper,' and we'll find out soon enough when it hits theaters this Friday, September 28.
The movie tells the story of a designated hitman (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who kills people from the future who are sent back in time by the mob. But when he's faced with killing his future self (Bruce Willis) and "closing the loop," he misses the target and has to track himself down to finish the job.
We had a chance to speak with Rian Johnson at Fantastic Fest in Austin, just a few hours before the film's premiere, to chat about what else we can expect.
While Director Baz Luhrmann is busy wrapping up work on 'The Great Gatsby,' which is now set for a May 2013 release, it looks like he's already found a way to keep himself busy in between future movie projects that'll satisfy everybody. The man, who's also responsible for such works as 'Moulin Rouge' and 'Romeo + Juliet,' will be entering the TV realm, so now all his fans will get to see even more of his work.
Like the Disney panel on Thursday and the Marvel panel coming up on Saturday, the Comic-Con 2012Sony panel is one of the long-awaited events at this year's San Diego convention. Three sets of movies accompanied by their cast and crew came together for this gathering of industry insiders and extremist fans in Hall H.
Apparently the failure of 'Battleship' just wasn't enough to convince Hasbro to get out of the movie business. The company announced today that they're partnering with Sony and Adam Sandler's own Happy Madison productions to make a movie about Tonka trucks.
Here’s something interesting. Behind-the-scenes images from this summer’s ‘Men In Black 3,’ teasing make-up legend Rick Baker and some of his extraterrestrial creations for the sequel, have just popped up online. It reminds us that while Will Smith is the celebrity machine that powers this 15-year-old franchise, many ticket buyers show up to see the bizarre alien monsters created by Baker, a “celebrity” in his own right.
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