Sir Anthony Hopkins is known best by many for his portrayal of classy sociopath Hannibal Lecter—and it’s that sort of sophisticated, unnerving character that Hopkins has made a staple of his career-diet. So it’s not really surprising to see him playing yet another aristocratic, maybe-a-little-unhinged type in the trailer for ‘Kidnapping Mr. Heineken.’ But why complain? He’s just too damn good at it.
Just when you think the 'Romeo & Juliet' template has been completely exhausted, along comes something like 'Upside Down' to bring a fresh twist to one of the most famous stories of all time. In a new clip from the film, we get to see how two star-crossed lovers played by Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess manage to meet up, despite living in separate worlds with opposite gravitational fields.
The new film 'Upside Down' seems to take the star-crossed lovers line from 'Romeo and Juliet' literally as it configures that narrative into a science fiction universe. Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst lead this romantic sci-fi that has its lovers in different gravitational fields, and now there's a trailer for the film.
We recently reported that James Gunn and Marvel were testing a handful of actors for the lead in 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' but now the director is saying you shouldn't believe everything you read because those reports are not accurate.
Recently we reported that James Gunn's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' was testing five actors for the lead. Joel Edgerton, Jack Huston, Jim Sturgess, Lee Pace and Eddie Redmayne were all up for the role of Peter Quill, a half-human, half-alien who brings the Guardians together. It now looks like the race is down to two people: Jim Sturgess and new contender Zachary Levi.