Hoffman is Catching Fire
Lionsgate have announced that Philip Seymour Hoffman has joined the cast of The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire. Hoffman will play Head Gamemaker Plutarch Heavensbee in the film.Email Me! - When Available!
R.I.P. Ernest Borgnine
Acclaimed character actor Ernest Borgnine has passed away at age 95. Borgnine made his screen acting debut in 1951's China Corsair but is best known for his titular role in the 1960s TV comedy McHale's Navy. Borgnine most recently appeared in RED.
Mitchell joins Olympus Has Fallen
Aussie actress Radha Mitchell has joined the cast of Antoine Fuqua's new thriller Olympus Has Fallen, Deadline reports. Mitchell will play the wife of Gerard Butler's Secret Service agent character.Email Me! - When Available!
Hobbit filming finished
The Hobbit director Peter Jackson has announced on his Facebook page that principal photography on the films has finished. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is due in cinemas December 14 followed a year later by There and Back Again.Email Me! - When Available!
Bolger joins Once Upon a Time
Former Tudors co-star Sarah Bolger is set to recur as Princess Aurora, aka Sleeping Beauty, in the upcoming second season of US ABC's Once Upon a Time, TVLine reports.Email Me! - When Available!
First Look at Watts' Diana
Ecosse Films has announced the official production start of director Oliver Hirschbiegel's upcoming biopic Diana, formerly titled Caught in Flight, & revealed the first official look at British-born Aussie actress Naomi Watts as the iconic Princess.Email Me! - When Available!
MGM sues to stop Raging Bull II
MGM is suing 91-year old former boxer Jake LaMotta & RB II Productions in an attempt to halt production on the upcoming indie sequel to Raging Bull. MGM claims LaMotta had no right to allow RB II the rights to his 1986 sequel book without first offering it to them.Email Me! - When Available!
Amazing Spider-Man webs 1st record
Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man opened this week in the US and its US$35 million opening day has already snared it a new record, beating the previous Tuesday record of US$27.8 million set by Michael Bay's first Transformers movie.Email Me! - When Available!