Julia Sawalha

  • Nicolas Cage's Superman Test Footage Is the Most '90s Thing Ever

    This article, Nicolas Cage's Superman Test Footage Is the Most '90s Thing Ever, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. There have been a lot of different takes on Superman over the years, but this might be the most ridiculous one yet. In the late '90s, Tim Burton was working on a Superman movie that…

    TV Guide
  • Zack Snyder Reveals Man of Steel Batman Tease That Never Was

    ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ was almost teased with a credits scene at the end of 'Man of Steel’. The problem was that plans for Superman and Batman to clash were yet to be set in stone, and the scene in question would have forced Warner Bros to make the film happen. “I said, ‘What about at…

  • Great Conversations: Steve Zahn

    I interviewed character actor Steve Zahn, one of film's most visible faces over the past twenty years, in 2009. He was memorably funny, energetic and self-effacing, much like the characters he tends to play. STEVE ZAHN MOVES UP THE LADDER IN MANAGEMENTSteve Zahn has become one of his generation of…

    Huffington Post
  • New ‘Ant-Man’ UK TV Spot Shrinks, Grows, Rehashes

    It’s entirely coincidental, since today isn’t exactly a holiday for the Brits, but we’ll call it a July 4 diversion anyway. Here’s a brand new UK TV spot for Marvel’s upcoming heist-heavy Superhero shindig, Ant-Man. There’s plenty you’ve seen before, though this trailer has some expanded scenes…

  • Ava DuVernay: I’m Not Directing ‘Black Panther’

    Ava DuVernay put rumors to rest Friday that she would be directing Marvel Studios’ film “Black Panther.”

    The Wrap
  • PopPolitics: A Fourth of July Special With Hal Holbrook and ‘1776’ (Listen)

    Hal Holbrook is best known for portraying Mark Twain for more than 60 years, but he’s also taken roles of considerable risk for their time, like a gay father in the 1972 TV movie “That Certain Summer” and Deep Throat in the 1976 classic “All the President’s Men.” On a special Fourth of July edition…

  • Beam Me Up, Scotty: Technobabble's Role in the Arts (Op-Ed)

    Peter Clines has published short fiction and articles on the film and television industries and is author of the new novel "The Fold"(Crown Publishing, 2015). I'm not sure, but I think it was watching "The Amazing Colossal Man" on Creature Double Feature as a kid that gave me my first, foul-tasting…

  • Box Office: 'Terminator Genisys' Earns $6.5M Thursday, Aims For $40M Holiday Haul

    Terminator Genisys continued its relatively disappointing holiday weekend with a $6.525 million Thursday gross. That's a smaller drop than Magic Mike XXL (-27% vs. 38%) in terms of Thursday-to-Friday, but both films have now earned $15m in two days while one film cost $14m and the other cost $155m.…

  • ‘Hello Kitty’ To Be Turned Into Film For 2019 Release

    Iconic Japanese brand Hello Kitty, famous globally for the red-bowed cat with six symmetrical whiskers, is getting her own film adaptation. Japanese lifestyle company Sanrio is planning to finance and produce a feature based on the character and release it globally in 2019. The film will go…

  • PTA Is Working With Robert Downey Jr. On A Live-action Pinocchio Remake

    In what’s arguably the least expected news of the week, acclaimed director Paul Thomas Anderson has boarded the live-action ‘Pinocchio’ remake, with Robert Downey Jr. as his lead. There have been many rumours over the months that, whilst contractually tied up with Marvel, Downey Jr. has continued…

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    'Back to the Future' DeLorean: From Sketch to Screen… and Beyond! (17 photos)

    The 'Back to the Future' DeLorean is on the shortlist of all-time movie cars. Here's a look at how the vehicle went from artist's concepts to Hollywood star, and how a team of superfans , under the supervision of restorers Joe Walser and Terry Matalas, and with the support of producer Bob Gale, …

    Yahoo Movies
  • The 3 Best Movies in Theaters Right Now: ‘Cartel Land’

    We have three fascinating documentaries as our top choices for movies to go see in theaters this weekend.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • SAG-AFTRA Seeks Protection For TV News Teams After San Francisco Attacks

    In the aftermath of attacks on two TV news teams that were covering a shooting death in San Fransisco today, SAG-AFTRA said its local in the Bay Area “met with all major news stations and requested security measures for the protection of reporting teams.” KTVU reporter Cara Liu was reporting live…

  • Ryan Reynolds Suited Up in First Official Deadpool Movie Image

    Okay - so it isn’t exactly a revelation that this is what Marvel’s motor-mouthed mutant anti-hero looks like, but none of the photos we’ve seen thus far of Ryan Reynolds in costume were bona fide images from the movie itself. The image premiered, ahead of the upcoming San Diego Comic Con, at…

  • Can the ‘Terminator’ Knock ‘Jurassic World’ Down a Notch?

    There are two new movies in wide release for this holiday weekend, and one is expected to replace “Jurassic World” as the weekend’s top grossing film.

    24/7 Wall St.
  • Calvin Klein Lists Miami Retreat, Buys L.A. Architectural

    SELLER: Calvin Klein LOCATION: Miami, Fla. PRICE: $16 million SIZE: 5,802 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: We already know some of y’all are going to gripe and snivel with a burning sense of celebrity real estate self-righteousness about how this is ancient…

  • Jake Gyllenhaal Gets Musical in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

    Jake Gyllenhaal may be the Hollywood star of the Encores! staged concert reading of “Little Shop of Horrors,” but he’s not taking the last bow. He’s giving that to Ellen Greene, the stage favorite reprising the role that made her famous in the 1982 Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical. At the July 2…