In 2015, Peter Jackson was feeling burned out - and you could hardly blame him. The New Zealand director had just finished work on the "Hobbit" films, wrapping up production on his supersized fantasy trilogy in a final sprint of 22-hour days that had left his energy depleted and his brain utterly fried.
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Just 48 hours ago, James Wan says, he was climbing the steep and winding steps of the Great Wall of China - a relatively relaxing exercise compared with the 14-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week pace he'd been grinding away at for the last three months to cross the finish line with "Aquaman," the sixth film in Warner Bros.' $3.8 billion DC Extended Universe treasure chest.
No matter what your politics, Christian Bale is easily one of our greatest living actors, along with Daniel Day-Lewis, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Robert De Niro. And while his stunning performance as Dick Cheney in Vice isn't his best performance, it's certainly his greatest impersonation since his Sissy-Spacek-as-Carrie/Anthony-Perkins-as-Norman-Bates-level defining of Patrick Bateman in American Psycho.
James Wan's Atomic Monster is no longer producing the Resident Evil reboot, Bloody Disgusting has confirmed. Wan told the outlet: " They announce that I'm attached to a lot of stuff and a lot of them are not necessarily real.
It's like a scene straight out of Alfred Hitchcock's, "The Birds." But for this neighborhood, the horror doesn't end.
Crowds are mundane, regular aspects of everyday life. Whether we're commuting in traffic, walking to class, or jiving at a concert, crowds usually don't play large roles in our ordinary lives.
Actor Stuart Townsend has sold his coastal estate in Malibu for $4.15 million, which is over $1 million more than he paid for it four years ago. It's a wrap in Malibu, where Irish actor Stuart Townsend has sold his Spanish-style home for $4.15 million.
I don't see on this year's list for some reason. Maybe it was released too late in the year? 2019 for sure! , Stanley Kubrick's endlessly examined horror classic.
Roy Scheider, the jagged-nosed actor who brought complexity to tough-guy roles in such films as "The French Connection," "Jaws" and "All That Jazz," and was also known for political activism off the set, died Sunday afternoon at a University of Arkansas hospital in Little Rock. He was 75, and had been battling a form of blood cancer for three years.