Saturday October 26, 2013 9:31 pm
Cinecast: Christoph Waltz for ‘Horrible Bosses 2,’ Antonia Bird Dies
Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: FOCUS, Paramount, Universal, Warner Bros, Weinstein Company, Adaptation, Drama, Period, Romance, Science Fiction, Sequels, Comedy, Thrillers, Casting, Celeb News, Filmmaking, Upcoming Releases
+ Even though Christoph Waltz bears no resemblance to Chris Pine, there are few to no outcries over the Austrian actor being cast in the sequel to Horrible Bosses considering the fact that ever since his hosting stint on Saturday Night Live, everyone has been dying to see him do a straight-up comedic film.
+ Though there were only speculations and initial reports, the official news is out about True Blood newbie Luke Grimes winning the role of Christian Grey's brother in the much talked-about film adatpation of Fifty Shades of Grey. Is it just me, or is he well on his way to securing the hunkiest TV and film parts of 2014?
+ British film director Antonia Bird has passed away at the age of 54 in London due to illness. Bird is best remembered for helming films Priest, Mad Love, and Face.
+ Anchorman 2 director Adam McKay claims that he shot so much extra improvisational footage while filming the highly-anticipated sequel that he could make an all-out alternate version of the film. He thinks that it would be cool to see for midnight screenings, but something tells me that the studio would much rather it be added to DVD extras...
+ Due to the dearth of female tech characters, there has been a decline in women pursuing computer science-related careers. Anyone want to work on amending that? Kthnx.
+ After Reese Witherspoon dropped out of the new Keanu Reeves sci-fi flick Passengers, Rachael McAdams seems to have swooped in there and is currently in talks to joining the production.
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