Tag Archives: Mystery films

The Bourne Legacy the top film with $40 million

HollywoodNews.com: To the surprise of no one, the top film of the weekend was The Bourne Legacy. With $40 million, the fourth entry in the ten-year old franchise opened well above the $27 million debut of The Bourne Identity during June 2002, but that’s mostly due to ten years[...]

David Lynch: New Video ‘Crazy Clown Time’

HollywoodNews.com: David Lynch is debuting his new video today on YouTube. You can watch the 7 minute “Crazy Clown Time” in our video player at the bottom of the home page. It includes actor Tim Roth, a tattooed guy, another guy with a Salvador Dali mustache, and a girl who’s[...]

Kenneth Branagh talks Michelle Williams, Olivier, and “My Week With Marilyn” – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Early in his career, Kenneth Branagh says he drew comparisons to Sir Laurence Olivier. “Specifically, it all kicked off when I directed a film of ‘Henry V,’ which of course he had done spectacularly,” Branagh tells me. “The comparisons were always tough because, in my view, he’s an[...]

Matt Damon explains “Bourne” insults, says he could return to series

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Matt Damon might have put his foot in his mouth during a recent GQ magazine interview — where he lobbed insults at his “Bourne” collaborator Tony Gilroy and his half-baked treatment of a fourth “Bourne” script – but the A-list star (and one-time “Bourne” lead) claims he[...]

Matt Damon Protests With Teachers at ‘Save Our Schools March’

HollywoodNews.com: On Saturday in Washington D.C., 40-year-old Matt Damon rallied with teachers on a march to The White House. The ‘Bourne Identity’ star walked with teachers to protest the use of standardized tests. The actor, whose mother was a teacher, “joined the Save Our Schools March to protest the use of[...]

Julia Stiles, America Ferrera in a comedic “Disaster”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: When does breakfast turn into potential Armageddon? We’re going to have to check out “It’s a Disaster” to find out. The literal-titled comedy just added Julia Stiles and America Ferrera in a movie about “four couples who meet for Sunday Brunch only to discover they are stuck[...]

Christopher Smith’s ‘Black Death’ debuts new poster

HollywoodNews.com: Christopher Smith’s upcoming film, Black Death has debuted a new movie poster depicting a lone warrior imposing himself on a gloomy atmosphere. Sean Bean and Eddie Redmayne star in this harrowing tale. Set during the time of the first outbreak of bubonic plague in England, a young monk[...]

Matt Damon’s character written out of next ‘Bourne’ film

HollywoodNews.com: Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne character will not be making an appearance in the next ‘Bourne’ film, so the next film will just pick up where it left off, but without him. Damon previously said he would not do another film without Paul Greengrass attached, so director and writer Tony Gilroy[...]

EXCLUSIVE: Variety editor Steven Gaydos on Monte Hellman, Alfred Hitchcock and the “Road to Nowhere”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: “Road to Nowhere” already has led Steven Gaydos to some pretty special places. He’s hoping the journey has just begun. Gaydos, who serves as Variety’s executive editor, recently penned a film-noir script that centered around a young director embroiled in a true-crime mystery. He pitched the idea[...]

This Week In Movies – ‘The Town,’ ‘Jack Goes Boating,’ ‘Easy A,’ ‘Devil’

By Pete Hammond HollywoodNews.com: Ben Affleck has had a career of ups and downs but to his credit he hasn’t let critical brickbats or tabloid fodder derail him from living up to the promising talent he showed as an actor and writer in 1997’s Good Will Hunting which won Ben[...]
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