It’s going to be one of the funniest movies of the spring, and “Get Hard” just unveiled a brand new promotional trailer. Starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, the forthcoming flick tells the story of a wealthy businessman who is sentenced to 10 years in prison for fraud. Fearful for his own well-being, he hires help to prepare him for life behind bars.
Throughout the movie, Ferrell’s character James King fails to realize that he’s relying solely on racial stereotypes to learn about thug life
Things are still coming together for the forthcoming “Suicide Squad” movie and it sounds like there may be a major change in the roster.
According to The Wrap, Jake Gyllenhaal has taken over the role of Rick Flagg from Tom Hardy, who was originally slated for the gig. Hardy’s film “The Revenant” is said to be running over its schedule, leaving little time before he begins the promotional duties for “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
Honoring the movie critics' praise, the night featured winners including "Boyhood" for Best Picture, Emily Blunt and Bradley Cooper for best performances in action films, along with the cast of "Birdman" for best ensemble.
With so many great movies and such a selection of moving performances, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences members had their work cut out for them when choosing the nominations for the 87th Oscars. And unfortunately there were quite a few worthy contenders that went unnoticed by the time the hopefuls were announced this morning (January 15).
“Cake” star Jennifer Aniston failed to get a nomination for Best Actress, despite plenty of buzz as well as a Screen Actors Guild nod.
It’s going to be another fabulous year at the Oscars, and this morning (January 15) the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled their nominees for the 87th Academy Awards.
All in all, there were no real surprises, with Steve Carell, Bradley Cooper, Eddie Redmayne, Michael Keaton and Benedict Cumberbatch all scoring nods for Best Actor. And predictably the Best Actress hopefuls include Felicity Jones, Reese Witherspoon, Rosamund Pike, Marion Cotillard and Julianne Moore (however, Jennifer Aniston missed out!).
It’s the only awards show that focuses on the top dog on the film set, and the Directors Guild of America just unveiled the picks for the 2015 ceremony.
The field is rich with talent yet again this year, as first-time mentions Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Richard Linklater (Boyhood) and Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) are all in the running for Outstanding Feature Film. But they’ll have to defeat previous nominee Alejandro G. Inarritu (Birdman) and previous winner Clint Eastwood (American Sniper) in order to take home the hardware.
The Academy Award-winning actor tried out for the Richard Linklater flick back in 1992, sporting a black MTV Headbanger’s Ball t-shirt with flowing blonde hair and plenty of southern swagger. Thankfully, Matthew had the juice necessary to land his stoner role as it brought him into view for writers, directors and casting agents all over Tinseltown.