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20 Shocking Actor Transformations: Christian Bale, Tilda Swinton, and More

When Hulu debuted the first photos of Lily James as Pamela Anderson in the streamer’s upcoming limited series “Pam and Tommy,” no one could believe their eyes. James, best known for roles in “Cinderella” and “Mamma Mia 2,” appeared completely transformed, so much so that she looked more like Anderson than herself. James’ “Pam and […]

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Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, More Join David O. Russell’s Mystery Film

David O. Russell, the filmmaker behind films like American Hustle, Three Kings, The Fighter, and Silver Linings Playbook, has been relatively Mia from Hollywood since directing 2015’s Joy. But he’s back to direct a new mystery movie that might have one of the most stacked casts ever, and it’s just strengthened its ranks. Deadline reports […]

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Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana Join David O. Russell’s Mysterious New Movie

David O. Russell, the director behind films like American Hustle, Three Kings, The Fighter, and Silver Linings Playbook, has not made a feature film since 2015’s Joy. But Hollywood executives seemingly have short memories, because despite reports about his abhorrent on-set behavior, he’s about to get back behind the camera once again. Rami Malek and […]

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Christian Bale Reteaming with ‘The Fighter’ and ‘American Hustle’ Director David O. Russell for a Big New Movie

Fans of The Fighter and American Hustle will be happy to hear that director David O. Russell is reteaming with Christian Bale for a big new movie that is being put together at New Regency as part of their overall deal with 20th Century Fox, which is now situated at Disney. Deadline has news of […]

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Christian Bale, David O. Russell in Talks to Team on New Regency Movie

Christian Bale and David O. Russell are in talks to team on an untitled film that’s being developed at New Regency through its overall deal with Disney and Fox, Variety has confirmed.New Regency executives are aiming for a spring production start. If the project comes together, Russell would direct from his own script. Plot details […]

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Christian Bale to Star in David O. Russell’s Next Movie; A-List Cast Sought

After working together on The Fighter and American Hustle, Christian Bale is set to reunite with writer-director David O. Russell for the filmmaker’s next movie, which is being fast tracked by New Regency. I’ve heard that Bale’s fellow Oscar winners Jamie Foxx and Angelina Jolie are being sought for roles, and while I initially heard […]

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‘Ford v Ferrari’ Leaves Telluride Opening Day Crowd Shaken and Stirred

The Telluride Film Festival has a tradition of opening up with an anticipated world premiere, and the patron screening of James Mangold’s “Ford v Ferrari” did not disappoint. Back in 2005, Mangold screened his Johnny Cash biopic “Walk the Line” here in Colorado, and the film won Reese Witherspoon a Best Actress Academy Award.“Ford v […]

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Karen Golden, ‘Transformers’ Script Supervisor, Dies at 78

Veteran script supervisor Karen Golden, best known for her work on “Transformers,” died Tuesday after a seven year battle with Alzheimer’s. She was 78.Golden spent her career working alongside a long list of major film directors, including Michael Bay, John Huston and Ron Shelton. She collaborated with Bay on scripts for “Armageddon,” “Pearl Harbor,” “Bad […]

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David O. Russell Confirms He’s “Writing Something” For Jennifer Lawrence To Star In

Filmmaker David O. Russell has had a pretty great string of projects in recent years. Going back as far as 2010’s “The Fighter,” the writer-director followed that up with films like “Silver Linings Playbook,” “American Hustle,” and most recently, “Joy.” The latter three serving as star vehicles for Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence. And it appears that […]

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Actors Who Haven’t Won an Oscar

After Olivia Colman upset the heavily favored Glenn Close to win the best actress Oscar on Sunday, Close became the new record-holder among actresses for most Oscar nominations without a win.Colman gave a gracious acceptance speech, admitting she wished the veteran actress took home the big prize: “Glenn Close, you’ve been my idol for so […]

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