Matt Bomer To Play HBO TV's Montgomery Clift

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Matt Bomer To Play HBO TV's Montgomery Clift

"White Collar" and "The Normal Heart" star Matt Bomer is set to play hunky 1950s actor Montgomery Clift in an HBO TV movie.

Set after he broke through to stardom in the John Wayne western "Red River" the story centers on the complicated life of Clift (Bomer) as he becomes deeply involved with a young Elizabeth Taylor following the filming of "A Place in the Sun".

The closeted Clift went on to an iconic role in "From Here to Eternity" in 1953, but was caught up in a car crash i ...


"Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist" Web Series Rights Sold

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"Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist" Web Series Rights Sold

Content has sold worldwide online rights for "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist" to an unspecified major global online channel.

Fight choreographer Joey Ansah makes his directorial debut on this new live-action martial arts web series adaptation of the Capcom video game series.

The story follows the formative years of Ryu and Ken (Mike Moh, Christian Howard), the last practitioners of the ancient fighting style known as Ansatsuken (Assassin’s Fist).

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Helena Bonham Carter On "The Lone Ranger" Reception

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Helena Bonham Carter On "The Lone Ranger" Reception

A few months on, and Disney's big-budget western "The Lone Ranger" is still seen as a critical and commercial failure.

Yet, now that the wild vitriol has died down, filmmakers and fans have begun quietly voicing their support for the film, and expressing their confusion over why the critics (especially the U.S. critics) were so harsh on this particular movie.

One of its strong supporters is also one of its supporting cast members, Helena Bonham Carter who appeared at this year ...


More Detail About "Oldboy"

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More Detail About "Oldboy"

One distinctive, but little discussed thing about Park Chan-wook's 2003 cult classic "Oldboy" is the look of the villain.

While the character's motives and actions have been debated endlessly, Park went against type and cast a 27 year-old strikingly handsome former model (Yoo Ji-tae) who stood in stark contrast to our scruffier and decidedly older hero (Choi Min-sik).

With Spike Lee's upcoming remake, the choice of "District 9" hero and "Elysium" baddie Sharlto Copley seems al ...


ABC Begins Anna Godbersen's "Bright Young Things"

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ABC has begun development of a TV series based on Anna Godbersen's novel series "Bright Young Things" which John Wells Prods. and Alloy Entertainment will produce.

Playwright and "Shameless" writer/producer Sheila Callaghan will pen the adaptation which centers on two women who escape their small Midwestern town and end up in Manhattan - one tries to be a singer, the other learns her true father is an NYC crime lord.

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