Casey Wallace

  • Why Gene Hackman Quit Hollywood

    Few leading man have such an impressive body of work as Hackman, from his superlative performance in ‘Mississippi Burning’ and his Oscar-winning turn as grizzled cop Jimmy 'Popeye’ Doyle in 'The French Connection’ to his magnificently absurd Royal Tenenbaum for Wes Anderson’s 'The Royal…

    Ben Arnold
  • 10 of 2015’s Biggest Movies on Sale This Black Friday

    You can get these 10 popular new movie releases at a major discount this Black Friday.

    The Cheat Sheet16 mins ago
  • Gods of Egypt's director and studio apologize for its sheer whiteness

    There was something a bit off about that Gods of Egypt trailer that hit last week, and not just for its weirdly obvious use green screen. The cast was virtually all white with just one person of color (who, it's worth noting, was only shown in the footage literally cowering), which is rather…

    The Verge
  • How 'Hunger Games' Showcases True Atlanta Treasures

    For fans of the "Hunger Games" movie franchise, the release of "Mockingjay Part 2" was a reason to celebrate this weekend. But for HG fanatics left wanting more, Atlanta offers the unique opportunity to step behind the scenes of...

    Curbed Atlanta
  • Believe The Hype: New 'Star Wars' Is Even Bigger Than You Think

    'Star Wars' product marketing is ubiquitous, from Verizon and Under Armour to Lego, but Disney isn't worried about overkill. It's aiming to make billions.
  • Zach Galligan Shares Details of 'Gremlins 3'

    Zach Galligan says that the success of a "Jurassic World," a movie that is set decades after the original, has had an influence on the making of "Gremlins 3."

    ABC News
  • Live Shakespeare tops British cinema box office - for a day

    A live broadcast of Judi Dench and Kenneth Branagh starring in Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" was the biggest cinema box office draw in Britain on the night of the screening, the show's publicists said on Friday. The three-hour-long play, broadcast from London to 520 cinemas across Britain on…

  • After The Tsunami, Both Haru & This Magical Sea Spirit Longed For Home #ShortFilm

    This article After The Tsunami, Both Haru & This Magical Sea Spirit Longed For Home appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Haru’s home was gone. His home looked nothing like he remembered. Waterlogged, broken, and filled with alien creatures. He tries to bring normalcy back to his life. A magical sea…

  • Why Spielberg Would Now Turn Down A Bond Film

    Steven Spielberg was famously turned down by Cubby Broccoli to direct a James Bond film, even though the director is a huge fan of the series… and responsible for some of the greatest films ever made obviously. When we talked to Spielberg while he was promoting his superb new thriller ‘Bridge of…

    Orlando Parfitt
  • Izzue Islam to lead new movie, "XX-Ray 3"

    The actor was excited when offered to be the leading man in the upcoming movie by Aziz M. Osman

    The Hive Asia
  • Snowboard movie ‘Peace Park’ to be released this weekend

    Snowboarder Danny Davis is releasing his newest installment of the Peace Park series Sunday on ABC. The film by Mountain Dew Green Label Films and

  • 'Deutschland 83' Renewed for Season 2

    The producers announced a second season of the Cold War thriller after its German premiere.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Just a Regular Kid Who Lights Up the Silver Screen in ‘Brooklyn’

    The child actor James DiGiacomo, 10 years old, spent a lot of time eating pasta on the set of the new movie ‘Brooklyn,’ in which he has a small but scene-stealing part.

    The Wall Street Journal
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    IN PICTURES... Injured Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Hump Day’ Date With Bestest Friend (11 photos)

    Shah Rukh Khan never forgets his friends. We know that! Last evening, the busy superstar took some time out to catch up with his “bestest” friend Divya Seth. The Dilwale actor was photographed while leaving a popular restaurant in Bandra, along with Divya. Shah Rukh even shared a selfie with Divya,…

  • Local film industry needs drastic changes

    FINAS chairman Dato' Mohd Khusairi wants local filmmakers to produce films with better quality

    The Hive Asia
  • Eddie Redmayne on Playing ‘The Danish Girl’

    The winner of last year’s Oscar discusses how he prepared for his role as a pioneering transgender person who undergoes sex change reassignment in the 1920s.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Donald Trump Defends Disabled Reporter Impression: "I Do Not Know What He Looks Like"

    "I have tremendous respect for people who are physically challenged and have spent tens of millions of dollars throughout buildings all over the world on making them handicapped accessible and ADA (Americans Disability Act) compliant."

    The Hollywood Reporter