The black comedy, described by Colin Farrell as a “mother f*ckin funny f**king f*cking film” (I summarized), has a new NSFW trailer.
You’re only as old as the lightsaber you wield; that seems be the message conveyed in this featurette from Liam Neeson’s next ageing-poppa-gonna-knock-you-out blockbuster.
First trailer for feature “Tbilisi, My City,” which brings together some interesting talent to tell a variety of stories set in the Georgian capital. Starring Malcolm McDowell, Ron Perlman, George Finn, Ed O’Ross, Sarah Dumont and more, the handful of shorts blend fiction and documentary, and were written and directed entirely by Georgian talent, with each filmmaker telling their own personal story with heartbreak, friendship, escape and more all figuring into the tales.
Though no actual filming has yet taken place, star Ethan Hawke says he’s indeed with “Before Sunrise” helmer Richard Linklater in Greece prepping a second sequel. “We’re here writing a third installment to ‘Before Sunrise.’ If it works out, we’ll film it, and if it doesn’t, we won’t. It’s not really worth talking about. I’m just here developing.” The actor seems pumped, adding ““It’s super good. We’re just here workshopping it and developing it, trying to create a great script.”
Not the first time Lindsay Lohan’s been pictured with Dick, but still interesting…
The first images from Charlie ‘Wild Thing’ Sheen’s next, “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III” from director Roman Coppola, are up at EW.
The next in the feature-length TVC for Bunnings has a poster…
‘By Popular Demand’ for Labor Day. Apparently. The Joss Whedon directed blockbuster is currently in it’s 18th week of release stateside.
Wet with anticipation for this one..
“Boardwalk Empire” alum Michael Pitt will star in a film about Hollywood legend Mary Pickford. “The First”, which has Ryan Simpkins and Lily Rabe sharing the role of Pickford, sees Pitt play Jimmy Darmody.
“21 Jump Street” cutie Brie Larson will star in “Short Term 12″, playing a “counselor for troubled kids in a foster home, and coming from a difficult past herself, struggles with feeling worthy enough to help anyone else.” Destin Cretton directs from his own script.