Berenice Marlohe, Glenn Close, Frank Langella Join "5 to 7"

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Berenice Marlohe, Glenn Close, Frank Langella Join "5 to 7"

Glenn Close ("Fatal Attraction"), Frank Langella ("Frost/Nixon"), Berenice Marlohe ("Skyfall"), Lambert Wilson ("The Matrix Reloaded") and Olivia Thirlby ("Juno") will all join Anton Yelchin in Victor Levin’s indie dramedy "5 to 7" at Demarest Films and Mockingbird Pictures.

Levin helms from his own script. Yelchin plays an aspiring novelist who has an extramarital with the wife (Marlohe) of a French diplomat (Wilson).

Langella and Close will play the novelist&rsquo ...


Laurence Fishburne Set To Play "Man of Steel"

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Laurence Fishburne Set To Play "Man of Steel"

Laurence Fishburne is set to play Perry White, the no-nonsense and sometimes cantankerous editor of the Daily Planet, in "Man of Steel" for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures says the trades.

The studio has no comment about Fishburne´s casting in the Superman reboot at this time. The role has previously been played by John Hamilton in the original 50´s TV series, Jackie Cooper in the Christopher Reeve films, Lane Smith in the 90´s series "Lois a ...


Liev Schreiber, Jeremy Strong, Liv Tyler Join "Robot and Frank"

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Liev Schreiber, Jeremy Strong, Liv Tyler Join "Robot and Frank"

Liev Schreiber, Jeremy Strong and Liv Tyler have joined the indie drama "Robot and Frank" for Park Pictures says Variety.

The story follows a young architect (Strong) working to scan all the books at the library where he works when he´s suddenly forced to go up against a man (Frank Langella) who plans to steal from the institution with his robot companion.

Susan Sarandon also sta ...


Douglas Talks Wall Street Sequel

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Douglas Talks Wall Street Sequel

Michael Douglas talked to Empire Online about the return of his infamous character Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps".

"Gordon has done about eight years in jail and got out in about 2001. The picture predominantly focuses on these last couple of years on Wall Street, which nobody anticipated. We shot the first one in 1986 and it was a wild, wild colourful time. And here we have both a train crash and ...


The 2009 Oscar Nominations

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The 2009 Oscar Nominations

The 81st Annual Academy Award nominations have been announced with a few surprises and some glaring omissions.

'Best Film' played it safe - though four (Benjamin Button, Frost/Nixon, Milk, Slumdog) were pretty much locked, that fifth slot many were hoping the Academy would go for something acclaimed but more risky or mainstream than they usually go for like "The Wrestler" "Revolutionary Road" or "The Dark Knight". Instead they opted for the little ...