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Your average debut director starts small. A few characters, limited settings, achievable challenges. Ridley Scott's first film was a short following his brother on a bicycle, made in 1963 on a pittance. It'd take him years to rack up the skill and ambition necessary to attempt the likes of Alien , Blade Runner and Gladiator . But even the most pie-in-the-sky first-timers would have balked at the challenge Woody Harrelson set for himself with his debut feature film. Lost In L...
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Sofia Butella plays a convincing mummy, a role first played by Boris Karloff in 1932. This is the first time the mummy is fleshed out by a woman. Butella plays ancient Egyptian Princess Ahmanet who wakes up from the dead and unleashes her rage on humanity because her father broke his promise to her and did not make her Pharaoh. War for the Planet of the Apes In War for the Planet of the Apes, Andrew Serkis reprises the role as simian leader Caesar in a motion capture suit (which creates a special effect that blends human and ape features), who rises against humans to avenge his kind. Woody Harrelson plays the diabolical colonel set to destroy Caesar and the apes once and for all. The success of this franchise, mainly due to special effects and Serkis' fine acting, has whetted Hollywood's appetite for another robust box office in the middle of summer.
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Woody Harrelson acts soused with the best of em. In a trailer for The Glass Castle that dropped Thursday, the actor who played drunks in The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio and The Hunger Games looks like hes on his game again. In an adaptation of Jeannette Walls bestselling memoir , Oscar winner Brie Larson stars as a woman who attempts to escape her familys dysfunction, wrought by her pops (Harrelson) drinking. At this point wed pay to see Larson act in pretty much anything, so watching her deal with Harrelsons character in the preview makes us optimistic about this August release. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Brie Larson s next big dramatic turn is coming this summer in The Glass Castle and PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the trailer. Based on the memoir by Jeannette Walls, the film finds Larson stepping into the authors shoes as it traces her extraordinary life from poverty-stricken childhood to successful New York-based journalist. Along the way, audiences meet Walls dysfunctional family, who were constantly on the move thanks to her fathers inability to find a stable job and his drinking problems. They did a spectacular job bringing to life a complicated story, theres so many nuances, Walls tells PEOPLE of watching her story unfold on screen. I wanted Brie Larson to play this role even before I knew who she was. She understands how to be strong and vulnerable at the same time, how you can fight and be scared at the same time.
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sweet and succulent using a new Apple ID BBC is on it's way to Taylor the benefits to you sign in and introduce yourself at bbc.co.uk but later if you are on BBC Radio Scotland Janice Forsyth program at 25 past 2 its film day and up for discuss this guy that is new Epic action adventure King Arthur legend of the Sword and a Hollywood lighting Legend Woody Harrelson will be talking about his dad it Direct Oriel debut lost in London also is the Cannes Film Festival 27th Sunday with is a live report for the South of France are all you need to know about us hottest films as well as the latest news and gossip before that the weather forecast today many places will start of dry over there will be a few showers across the West and The Sooty Show as well developed a widely by the end of the morning.
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Welcome to humanity's last stand. In the final War for the Planet of the Apes trailer, the battle between man and ape comes to a climax. And though we've got a pretty good guess as to how this is all going to end, the journey there looks like a thrilling one. SEE ALSO: Summer movie preview: What to watch if you're an action connoisseur Caesar (Andy Serkis) is leading the charge for the apes, as he has been for the past two movies. Meanwhile, Woody Harrelson plays the colonel commanding the human troops. And surprisingly, he's got some compliments for Caesar. "You are impressive. You're smart as hell, you're stronger than we are," he acknowledges. "But you're taking this all much too personally." Read more... More about Movies , War For The Planet Of The Apes , Entertainment , and Film
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Pitt told a magazine he had been “boozing too much” but now has “feelings in my fingertips again”.
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