Mackenzie Foy

  • Boba Fett escapes his fate in stunning, high-quality 'Star Wars' fan trailer

    After being trapped for 30 years in the Great Pit of Carkoon, infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett makes a death defying escape.

    Hitfix
  • Sony, back in the crosshairs, defends 'Concussion'

    The question surrounds just how hard-hitting is ''Concussion,'' a film due out in December that dramatizes the forensic pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu, who uncovered the fatal effects that repeated head trauma has had on many NFL players. After a New York Times report on Tuesday, based on leaked…

    The Associated Press31 mins ago
  • Stephen Colbert and J.J. Abrams will have 'an evening of fun' together this November

    Stephen Colbert is going to interview J.J. Abrams in Newark as part of a fundraiser for the Montclair Film Festival — and if you want in on the action, you'll have to move fast. Colbert and Abrams' conversation — which is being branded a "celebrity nerd-off" — is supposed to be "a wide-ranging,…

    The Verge
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    Bryan Cranston on Jon Hamm: "His Role Was More Difficult Than Mine"

    The three-time Emmy Award winner, praises 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm's work saying he deserves to win the top drama prize this year.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Dan Fogelman Dramedy Gets Pilot Order At NBC With ‘Focus’ Duo Directing

    We have the first piece of new development from the 2015-16 broadcast cycle to get a pilot order. In a competitive situation, a dramedy spec by The Neighbors and Galavant creator Dan Fogelman has landed at NBC with a pilot green light. Fogelman has brought in  John Requa & Glenn Ficarra (…

    Deadline
  • China censors approve first film about gay couple

    China has approved for release the first film with gay principal characters, the movie's director said, in what some are calling a breakthrough in the country's heavily-censored media. Director Wang Chao announced on Weibo, a Chinese version of Twitter, that censors had given "Seek McCartney"…

    AFP
  • SXSW Short ‘Melville’ Being Developed As TV Series Exec Produced By Michael Strahan

    Melville, a 15-minute film which debuted at SXSW 2015 that explores a man struggling with internal fears and the powerful, cathartic way he contends with them, is being developed as a TV series. Michael Strahan, host of Live With Kelly And Michael and a panelist on Fox NFL Sunday, has come aboard…

    Deadline
  • 'Drive' director Refn says wants to work with Gosling again

    After collaborating on the high-octane "Drive" and violent thriller "Only God Forgives", Danish film director Nicolas Winding Refn says he wants to team up with Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling again. Refn directed the Canadian Oscar nominee in both films, and the duo's chemistry has been widely…

    Reuters
  • 'Everest' director says he knows now why people climb it

    By Michael Roddy VENICE (Reuters) - Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur has made many small-budget movies in his home country, but he says he did not feel out of his depth making the star-studded mountain disaster movie "Everest" that opened the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday. The film stars…

    Reuters
  • Movie Review: A Walk in the Woods ... An Important Film

    Nick Nolte grabs this film and walks away with honors. Every second that he is on screen is memorable. A Walk in the Woods is a sensitive, delicate, seamless comedy. Not the guffawing laugh fest implied in its horrible trailer. No, A Walk in the Woods will leave you filled with gratitude and warmth…

    Huffington Post
  • Rebekah Brooks Returns to News Corp.

    Rebekah Brooks, the News Corp. executive who came under scrutiny as part of an investigation of the company’s involvement in phone hacking, is returning to the fold in a senior position. She has been named chief executive officer of News Corp. U.K., the same post she held before stepping down amid…

    Variety
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    Bryan Cranston on 'Better Call Saul': "It's Like Another Dish Created by the Same Chef"

    The 'Breaking Bad' star shares his thoughts on creator Vince Gilligan's latest television triumph.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Venice Festival: Asian Shadows Picks up Tibetan ‘Tharlo’

    Asian Shadows has picked up sales rights to “Tharlo,” Tibetan director Pema Tseden’s monochrome drama which plays in Venice’s Orizzonte section.

    Variety
  • ‘Black Mass’ Tops TV Ad Spending Charts

    In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by iSpot.tv, Warner Bros. put “Black Mass” on top of the TV ad spending list. The Johnny Depp film, based on notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger, replaces “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” which dropped to second after…

    Variety
  • Is Tom Hardy the Next James Bond?

    A betting war is brewing across the pond for who will be the next James Bond. BoyleSports, an online bookmaker based in Ireland, has polled a new contender to take over the franchise, following Daniel Craig’s eventual departure. The name is Hardy. Tom Hardy. “The Next James Bond market has…

    Variety
  • Wild Bunch Arbitration Moves Spawn Worldview Lawsuit Over Trio Of Films

    EXCLUSIVE: Already hobbled by venomous litigation among its past and present principals, outside investors and others, Birdman financier Worldview Entertainment now is trying some legal maneuvers of its own to get a hold of funds and due process it say it have been denied. Battling over European…

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    Johnny Depp is a rock star looking for an answer

    Actor Johnny Depp is the star of Dior's short film Sauvage, in which he takes on the role of a rock star, leaving the city and hoping to find the answer to whatever it is he is looking for.

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