Currently in the works: A live-action adaptation of Lauren Redniss’ graphic novel Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout, starring Rosamund Pike and directed by Marjane Satrapi. Does anyone remember—is this what it feels like to be excited about something?
Gone Girl was really a mindfuck, wasn't it? I won't spoil it here, but the entire thing hinges on a twist halfway through the film and then another twist (prominently featuring a gruesome murder) towards the end. And the way that murder scene had to be shot? That's the biggest mindfuck of all.
New audio recording reveals that Stephen Collins, the actor best known for playing the father/pastor on the WB show 7th Heaven, has molested several underage girls.
The first full trailer for Gone Girl has finally dropped—not that it shows much, besides Ben Affleck looking maybe-slimy-maybe-misunderstood as Nick Dunne and lots of conflict between characters you'll maybe remember from the book. Throw in a cover of "She" by the Psychedelic Furs' Richard Butler and boom, you've got…
Entertainment Weekly has an early glimpse at the hotly anticipated Gone Girl, which is scheduled to hit theaters October 3. They even got director David Fincher himself to shoot the cover for the week. And the result is... really something!
I wasn't the biggest fan of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel Gone Girl, but I did love [SPOILER] [SPOILER] [DON'T LEAVE OUTRAGED COMMENTS SAYING I DIDN'T WARN YOU ABOUT A SPOILER] psychotic "Cool Girl" Amy, and now we know who'll play the coveted role in David Fincher's upcoming movie: British actress Rosamund Pike.
Like, a sexy doily who works in a sexy hospital? Also: Simon Pegg cameo! Hello, handsome!
Last night Real Live Movie Stars™ hit the red carpet at the Odeon Leicester Square in London, for the world premiere of Lay Miz. 'Twas a black tie affair, which means there were tuxedoes, but also: Weird bustlines, bare shoulders and crumpled taffeta.
When it comes to fashion week, it doesn't get much more serious than Paris. And that goes double for the A-list front rows.
Awards season sweeps on in all its glory. And when we talk about the London Critics' Circle Film Awards, we do mean glory.
When you've got Kate, Jerry, Pixie, Twiggy and a hundred others, you know this is one red-carpet worth the gawking. And last night at the Royal Courts of Justice, they were!