In 1998, filmmaker Gus Van Sant released his remake of 'Psycho,' starring Vince Vaughn in the role of iconic serial killer and hotel owner Norman Bates. Though much of the film was a shot-for-shot remake, Van Sant's film also (somewhat) updated Alfred Hitchcock's classic tale of a woman who embezzles money from her work only to find herself in deeper trouble when she stops for a stay at the Bates Motel. Sixteen years later, we look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Watch what happens when the screenwriter behind 'Drive' is put in, well, the driver's seat in the 'Two Faces of January' trailer. The film -- which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac, and is screening at the Berlin Film Festival -- debuted the first footage and poster for the directorial debut of Hossein Amini, and you can see them both right here.
'Thor 2' has already begun filming, 'Captain America 2' is join suit next March, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' is under way, and details about the sequel to 'The Avengers' are pouring out. But what about one little project some people seem to be forgetting about? What's going on with 'Ant-Man'?
Director Edgar Wright has been working on a script for this upcoming Marvel movie for years now, and back in June he put together some test footage to show the execs his vision. Then at Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego, a preview was viewed by those in attendance, but apparently that was a work in progress. Thankfully, though, we can all calm down for a moment because it's probable that we'll get to see this footage Wright has been so diligently putting together real soon.
Consider this rumor, albeit a very exciting rumor for superhero movie fans. A handful of sources have suggested that Dr. Strange, the Marvel Universe's magic wielding "Sorcerer Supreme," will be introduced in the about-to-shoot 'Thor: The Dark World' and could be played by the one and only Viggo Mortensen.
Viggo Mortensen's name isn't mentioned enough in movie news. He's one of the best actors we have in the business today and any role he's attached to is guaranteed to make us buy a movie ticket. And with this new role he's been offered, we'd be more than happy to sink our teeth into watching him play a part in a new vampire tale.