FilmBuffOnline » Actors http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress For The Complete Movie Fan Tue, 04 Aug 2015 02:25:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Chris Pine Is Steve Trevor In WONDER WOMAN http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/07/28/chris-pine-is-steve-trevor-in-wonder-woman/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/07/28/chris-pine-is-steve-trevor-in-wonder-woman/#comments Wed, 29 Jul 2015 00:32:25 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=36401 The Green Lantern rumor? Just a "smokescreen."

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chris-pineFirst, he was rumored to be playing Steve Trevor. Then he was rumored to be playing a Green Lantern. Now we finally find out which rumor was true.

The Wrap is reporting that Chris Pine has “closed a deal” to join 2017’s Wonder Woman, playing Steve Trevor, the title character’s love interest.

The site says that the Green Lantern rumor was just a smokescreen to throw the rumormongers off the trail of Pine true DC role. This is a bit wacky, because it should be the opposite–that the Trevor role was a smokescreen to throw Pine becoming the next Green Lantern. Because, in my opinion, unless Steve Trevor is taking on a Nick Fury-esque role in the DC Comics film universe, Green Lantern would be the more prestigious role.

Patty Jenkins is directing Wonder Woman, from a Jason Fuchs script. It is scheduled to hit theaters on June 23, 2017.

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Marisa Tomei Is SPIDER-MAN’S Latest Aunt May http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/07/08/marisa-tomei-is-spider-mans-latest-aunt-may/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/07/08/marisa-tomei-is-spider-mans-latest-aunt-may/#comments Wed, 08 Jul 2015 19:51:56 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=36284 The Internet outrage has already begun.

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marisa-tomei-picture-2It’s not often you hear people complaining that a three-time Oscar nominee, one-time winner has been cast in a role, and its even rarer that an actress is criticized for being too young for a part, but that is what’s happening here.

Variety is claiming sources that say that Marisa Tomei has been cast as Aunt May in the joint Sony/Marvel reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. She follows Rosemary Harris and Sally Field in the role.

What is causing a bit of a brouhaha is that Aunt May is portrayed in the comics as a frail, weak octogenarian who ran the risk of getting a heart attack if the wind blew on her too hard. Even modern comic book revamps of the character cast her in the feisty grandma role. Harris, who was 74 when she took the role fit right in. Even Field, who was 65 when she appear in the last reboot, was close enough for the fans to stay quiet. Tomei is a rather spry and fit 50-year-old who could pass for being in her 30s. This is too much for some fans to take.

Me? I like the choice. I always had a problem with a teenage Peter Parker having an aunt who was in her 70s, if not her 80s. The age gap between her and Peter’s parents in the comics was too big for my liking. However, having a 50-year-old aunt seem way more plausible.

Besides that, Tomei is an Academy Award-winning actress who has range. She won the Oscar for her work in a comedy (My Cousin Vinny) and her next two nominations were for dramas (In the Bedroom and The Wrestler). I’m 100% positive that she has what it takes to make a memorable performance as the character.

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Sony And Marvel At Odds At SPIDER-MAN Casting? http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/06/12/sony-and-marvel-at-odds-at-spider-man-casting/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/06/12/sony-and-marvel-at-odds-at-spider-man-casting/#comments Fri, 12 Jun 2015 22:13:35 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=36146 Leave it up to Sony to screw up another Spider-Man film.

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Spidey apartIf you thought Sony was just going to get out of the way and let Marvel do what they do best with the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, you’d be sadly mistaken.

According to Jeff Sneider, co-host of the Meet the Movie Press podcast, the studio that managed the screw up two Spider-Man franchises is butting heads with the studio has done no wrong with their film slate to date over who will be the new Spider-Man.

The field is down to three contenders, the previously mentioned Tom Holland, veritable unknown Matt Lintz, and Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Plummer. Conspicuous in his absence is Asa Butterfield, who Latino Review stated was in final negotiations for the role. I know, I know. A Latino Review rumor that is probably wrong? It seems hard to believe.

Sneider says that even though Lintz is still in contention, it really is a two horse race between Holland, who Sony wants, and Plummer, who Marvel is behind.

While a casting announcement was rumored to hit last week, this latest back and forth not only delays the announcement, but would possible delay shooting on Captain America: Civil War. Sources say Marvel was bringing potential actors to that film’s Atlanta set to audition with the hopes of immediately having the actor start shooting the character’s scenes in film. Now, it looks like the Spider-Man scenes will be delayed to at least July while the casting mess gets straightened out.

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Tilda Swinton In Talks For Pivotal DOCTOR STRANGE Role http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/27/tilda-swinton-in-talks-for-pivotal-doctor-strange-role/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/27/tilda-swinton-in-talks-for-pivotal-doctor-strange-role/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 23:21:43 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=36042 Will it mean a sex change for a particular character?

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tilda swintonIt’s not often that casting an Academy Awards winner might raise the ire of comic fans, but that might be what happens if Tilda Swinton signs on for Doctor Strange.

The Hollywood Reporter is stating that Swinton is in talks to join Benedict Cumberbatch in the film in the role of the Ancient One, the Tibetan mystic that teaches Stephen Strange in the ways of the mystic arts. The character is portrayed in the comics as a old, Asian man, exemplified in the artwork below:

Ancient One Swinton is neither ancient, Asian nor male, so this casting might cause comic fans, notorious for not receiving any change from the comics well (see the files Jordan, Michael B; Storm, Johnny; and Four, Fantastic), to begin protesting. However, Swinton seems to be very genre friendly. Arguably her biggest role was in The Chronicles of Narnia series, and if she signs on here, it would mark her third comic book film (after Constantine and Snowpiercer). And to add a deeper level of geekiness, one of her ex-husbands shared his name with a legendary comic book writer and artist–John Byrne.

In addition, she is a great actress who would bring a lot to the role. If she does sign on, the film would automatically become 2000% better, even if she isn’t gender or nationality appropriate.

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Kate Beckinsale Returning For UNDERWORLD 5 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/15/kate-beckinsale-returning-for-underworld-5/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/15/kate-beckinsale-returning-for-underworld-5/#comments Fri, 15 May 2015 10:53:59 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35985 Get ready for another installment in the vampires versus werewolves franchise.

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You can’t keep a good sexy, leather-clad vampire down apparently, as Kate Beckinsale will be returning for Underworld 5, once again playing Selene, the undead warrior locked in the struggle between vampires and werewolves.

The Hollywood Reporter is bringing us the word of Beckinsale once again reupping for the horror-action franchise which launched back in 2003. The main plot line is being kept secret, but Cory Goodman’s script supposedly centers on “a new and younger generation of vampires and werewolves who are locked in a seemingly never-ending battle between supernatural races.”

Taking the directorial reins of the film is Anna Foerster, making her feature film debut here as well as being the first female director for the female-led franchise. Foerster’s resume shows she worked her way up as a cinematographer, first in visual effects to most recently serving as Roland Emmerich’s director of photography on White House Down. She has also directed several hours of television including episodes of Criminal Minds, Madame Secretary and Showtime’s hit Outlander.

Production is set to begin this October in Prague.

I’ve never been much of a fan of the Underworld series. Despite an interesting premise and some intriguing ideas in a couple of the films, I’ve ultimately found the series to be more style over substance, cool visuals for the sake of cool visuals rather than for the sake of telling a good story. Since Beckinsale had previously stated that it was unlikely that there would be a fifth installment in the franchise, should we look to her return as an indication of the script’s strength? Or is this just a quick job to meet a mortgage payment?

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Is Asa Butterfield Your Next SPIDER-MAN? http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/14/is-asa-butterfield-your-next-spider-man/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/14/is-asa-butterfield-your-next-spider-man/#comments Thu, 14 May 2015 22:46:52 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35979 Latino Review seems to think so.

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asaWell, he was the person with the most experience on the shortlist.

Latino Review is reporting that British actor Asa Butterfield is in final negotiations with Marvel to take over the role of Peter Parker in Marvel’s and Sony’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. The site says that it is all down to formalities now and an official announcement should be coming soon.

Butterfield is 18 but looks 12, so he should have a long career as the web-slinger, just as long as everyone involved doesn’t decide to reboot the franchise again. At the very least, they should get two or three films with him in high school before he ages out of the role.

Latino Review also states that Butterfield will make his first appearance as the character, as rumored, in Captain America: Civil War. That film has started production, so if that is true, he’ll probably have to head to the set immediately after he signs his contract.

 

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Anne Hathaway Signed For Giant Monster Movie COLOSSAL http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/12/anne-hathaway-signed-for-giant-monster-movie-colossal/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/05/12/anne-hathaway-signed-for-giant-monster-movie-colossal/#comments Tue, 12 May 2015 22:43:48 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35958 So Anne Hathaway is going to take on some giant monsters.

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Anne Hathaway will have giant monsters on her mind in the upcoming Colossal.

Voltage Pictures is currently at Cannes marketing the film to foreign distributors with the intriguing pitch “Godzilla meets Lost In Translation.” The Hollywood Reporter expands on that description –

Hathaway will play Gloria, an ordinary woman who, after losing her job and her fiancé, decides to leave her life in New York to move back to her hometown.

But when news reports surface that a giant lizard is destroying the city of Tokyo, Gloria gradually comes to realize that she is strangely connected to these far-off events via the power of her mind. In order to prevent further destruction, Gloria needs to determine why her seemingly insignificant existence has such a colossal effect on the fate of the world.

Although the idea of someone having a telepathic link to a giant monster is a new idea for an American film, it is a recurring theme in both the Godzilla and Gamera kaiju franchises.

What is exciting about this project is that is originating with writer/director Nacho Vigalondo, the man behind the twisty, turny Timecrimes. A very smart spin on some standard time travel tropes, the film established Vigalondo as a talent to watch and this next project for him sounds like he could once again be playing with some previously used ideas in hopefully a new and exciting way.

No release date has been set for the film.

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First Look At Jared Leto As SUICIDE SQUAD’s Joker http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/24/first-look-at-jared-leto-as-suicide-squads-joker/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/24/first-look-at-jared-leto-as-suicide-squads-joker/#comments Sat, 25 Apr 2015 03:05:44 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35839 And just like that, all my interest in SUICIDE SQUAD goes out the window. Let me tell you why.

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I just want to let everyone know, I try to avoid sounding like a butthurt fanboy here. I know frequent readers of the site won’t believe that, but I try not to be. I do have the potential inside. As part of the generation that was mocked and ridiculed for liking anything pertaining to comics, I grok the sense of entitlement my generation has towards comic properties skewing to the version they grew up with. I try to be satisfied as long as the filmmakers keep true to the feel or the original source material.

Then I see the following, the first official version of Jared Leto as the Joker in the Suicide Squad and I want to board the hater train to Butthurtville. Because even though it is just a picture, and gives us no idea of the character’s backstory or the subtleties of Leto’s portrayal, it just rubs me as you typical DC Comics Film stupidity.

LetoJokerThe Joker is the most iconic villain in all of comics. Give me another that even comes close. And the reason why is because the character is pretty much perfect the way he is.

The Joker is defined by his relationship to Batman. He is chaos to Batman’s order. He is a jovial, ever-smiling clown who will kill you in the blink of an eye to Batman’s grim and scary-looking bat who will risk his life to save you. He is a man so affected by his physical scars that he is moved to homicide to Batman’s being a man so affected by his mental scars that he is moved to protect the city he loves. They are both insane men, but one bad and one good.

Non-comic readers will scoff at the idea that there’s that much depth in comics, but that dichotomy is there and it is what makes the Joker great. Even Heath Ledger’s Joker, which traded in the bleached skin for grease paint. kept the order/chaos balance intact.

However, without these aspects of his personality that allow him to play off Batman, the Joker just becomes the run of the mill homicidal maniac. And homicidal maniacs are boring. And this looks like a picture of a homicidal maniac Joker.

It has the look of a Joker made by committee, a committee with one mistaken belief that the character has to be different in every way than what came before. The skin is pale but not bleached. His lips are red but not scarred into a grotesque smile (which changes an important part of the dichotomy). But he has tattoos, boy, does he have tattoos, because obviously the team of executives are still living in the 00s when tattoos were badass. I can almost hear the roomful of  executives shouting out their tattoo ideas now, with the most obvious and pedestrian ones chosen to make the cut. “How a bout a skull wearing a jester’s hat? That’s cool, right?” “Having HAHAHAHA tattooed on his body once is awesome, so having it twice would be extra awesome!””Oooh, ooh! You know what would really be great! If he had the word “Damaged” tattooed across his forehead!”

If you have to so show how crazy your Joker is by writing “Damaged” across his forehead, you have already failed on you task of bringing the Joker to the screen.

All this rather pedestrian window dressing is unnecessary and takes away more from the character than it adds to it. And no manner of obsequious fan service you do (“Let’s throw a purple glove on Jared and have him mimic that famous Brian Bolland pose. Fans will be so enraptured in their fangasms they won’t even notice the stupid changes we made!”) will bring that back.

All of this from one image! I rue the rest of the official images from this film!

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Scarlett Johansson Would Like To Do A BLACK WIDOW Solo Movie http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/16/scarlett-johansson-would-like-to-do-a-black-widow-solo-movie/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/16/scarlett-johansson-would-like-to-do-a-black-widow-solo-movie/#comments Fri, 17 Apr 2015 01:26:37 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35785 And we would like her to too.

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Marvel Studios has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to their superhero characters that could carry their own films. The studio has done such a good job at fleshing out many of the supporting superhero characters in their films that fans are eager to see them strut their stuff by headlining their own features. But with the studio having announced their plans through 2019, it doesn’t look as if the studio is going to be capitalizing on that desire any time soon. And while fans are wondering if they’ll be seeing the likes of Black Widow, Hawkeye, Nick Fury or the Falcon (let alone the Hulk) in their own solo film, so are some of the actors who play those characters.

Speaking with Collider, Scarlett Johansson, Black Widow herself, certainly argued the case for a solo Black Widow movie –

I think that there’s room for a standalone movie. The character has a really rich origin story and I’ve been really fortunate to kind of place all these layers on top of one another and kind of build up this character to this point where I think I can now start to peel them away and reveal different sides of her and really focus on—I think I’ve been able to grow with the character, the character’s been able to grow with me.

Her dilemma that she faces it’s a deeply personal one, she has this great, huge, epic kind of calling and now is suddenly going, ‘Wait a minute. I have this epic calling, but I wanna make a choice for myself. I feel like I’ve put in the hours, I should be able to make active choices’ and she inevitably chooses the heroic path and kind of puts her own personal desires and needs aside. Those are things that kind of butt up against each other and interesting things happen when you have a character that’s pulled in many different directions and in my mind there’s room for plenty more Black Widow and certainly more—I think I could see her in a standalone film.

I’ve spoken to [Marvel Studios chief] Kevin [Feige] about it. I mean, of course, of course we’ve had that conversation before, and I think Kevin would also like to see a standalone film. I think I can speak for him and say that. That’s all, really. Right now I think this character is used well in this part of the universe, but I think that Kevin—I mean, we’ve talked about it and we both share similar vision for what could be a standalone series.

As we’ve seen before, although Marvel has a pretty strong sense as to where there films are heading story-wise, they do allow for some flexibility to those plans before they are announced. Johansson notes that plans for her character mutated (if we can use that word for a non-X-Men franchise character) as the public responded to her appearance in first Iron Man 2 and then The Avengers. It was her performance there, under writer/director Joss Whedon, known for writing strong, layered female characters, that lead her character to practically having second billing alongside Captain America (Chris Evans) for 2013’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

My contract has changed. Marvel and myself didn’t really know how the fans were gonna react to Black Widow the first time and how she was gonna be—they couldn’t anticipate how they would want to use her or if they would want to use her. I mean we invested in that character, but the audience had a great reaction to the character, which has been so awesome. For instance, I wasn’t contracted into doing Cap movies, but that storyline worked out so well I kind of branched off and I found myself in that standalone movie. My contract is kind of mutating, I guess [laughs] or morphed to fit the demand of the character.

Could that contract morph into one that includes a feature solo film? We’ll see.

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Olivia Munn Cast As Psylocke In X-MEN: APOCALYPSE http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/13/olivia-munn-cast-as-psylocke-in-x-men-apocalypse/ http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/2015/04/13/olivia-munn-cast-as-psylocke-in-x-men-apocalypse/#comments Tue, 14 Apr 2015 03:23:42 +0000 http://www.filmbuffonline.com/FBOLNewsreel/wordpress/?p=35770 The former ATTACK OF THE SHOW host will bring Betsy Braddock to the big screen for the second time.

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Olivia Munn-mortecaiWhile a good number of people might know her as the woman who sexily ate hot dogs suspended from the ceiling or jumped into a huge pie crust filled with chocolate pudding while wearing a maid’s outfit, Olivia Munn has carved out a serious acting career since she left Attack of the Show. That career has led her to stepping into the spandex of one of the most popular X-Men in X-Men: Apocalypse. Munn has been cast as Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke, the telepathic ninja mutant co-created by Chris Claremont and Herb Trimpe.

Telepathic ninja mutant? Yes. And that description only scratches the surface of the complex origins of the character.

Psylocke_comic versionClaremont and Trimpe created Braddock to be a supporting character in the Marvek UK comic, Captain Britain, writing her into continuity as the twin sister of the titular hero.

Claremont introduced Betsy to American audiences in New Mutants Annual #2, and soon made her part of the X-Men. But her popularity didn’t really take off until a storyline where here consciousness was swapped into the body of a Japanese assassin named Kwannon. The new status quo, aided by characterization added by Claremont, Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri and others, made her one of the breakthrough characters to come out of the mutant books in the 1990s.

At the height of her popularity, Psylocke’s main power was telepathy, which showed itself in the form of a “psychic blade” that extended from the back of her fist. Her new body gifted her with the skills and talents of the ninja, and she eventually gained the power to teleport amongst the shadows.

uxm 509If you had a hard time understanding all of that, don’t worry. It’s dubious little, if any, of that backstory will make it into the films.

This will mark the second appearance of Psylocke in Fox’s X-Franchise. The character, portrayed by Meiling Melancon,  appeared as one of the cadre of mutants Magneto led in X-Men: The Last Stand. If you missed her in that film, it was probably the part of the film where you blinked. The lackluster showing in that film didn’t sit well with fans.

Thankfully, Bryan Singer insured that X-Men: Days of Future Past eradicated X-Men: The Last Stand from the film’s continuity line. Psylocke isn’t the only character from that film that will be reinvented in X-Men: Apocalypse. Angel, who was played by Ben Foster in the 2006 film, will return in the new film, portrayed by British actor Ben Hardy.

We don’t know exactly how big of an appearance Psylocke will be making in this film, but Olivia Munn has received some good notices for her work in The Newsroom and Magic Mike, so the role should be larger than it was in 2006. This marks the second comic book film for Munn, as she appeared in a small role in Iron Man 2.

Via: Coming Soon.

 

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