The next spy film in the "Bourne" franchise has tracked down another cast member in Tommy Lee Jones, thus avoiding a search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in Hollywood.
Jones, best known for portraying a tenacious U.S. marshal in "The Fugitive," joins a cast including Matt Damon, Julia Stiles and Alicia Vikander. A person with knowledge of the...Read more
A bona fide surprise film is rare in modern moviedom — it’s hard enough to keep a minor casting secret these days, let alone word of an entire project.
So props to Michael Moore, who was able to shoot and edit a complete movie, titled “Where To Invade Next,” without word getting out (until this morning, when it was announced as a world premiere at the Toronto international Film Festival).
This despite...Read more
The Toronto International Film Festival has unveiled its first batch of major programming, giving movie buffs a preview of the 11-day gathering that has a Sept. 10 kickoff. Though some of the selected films have yet to offer more than a brief description and photo — such as Jean-Marc Vallee's opener "Demolition" or Michael Moore's stealth project "Where to Invade Next" — others are beating the drum...Read more
Ridley Scott, Jay Roach and Michael Moore are among the big-name filmmakers who will have world-premiere movies at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, organizers said Tuesday.
Scott's science-fiction tale "The Martian," Roach's fact-based dramatization about Dalton Trumbo titled "Trumbo" and Moore's "Where to Invade Next" will make Toronto their first stop.
Moore's film is a stealth...Read more
Director Danny Boyle's biographical drama "Steve Jobs," starring Michael Fassbender as the late Apple co-founder, will screen in the New York Film Festival's centerpiece slot Oct. 3.
Organizers announced the news Monday, with programming director Kent Jones calling the film "dramatically concentrated, yet beautifully expansive."
Written by Aaron Sorkin and loosely based on Walter Isaacson's biography,...Read more
Richard Linklater's next film, a to-be-titled baseball comedy that has been described as a spiritual sequel to "Dazed and Confused," will hit theaters April 15, Paramount Pictures announced Monday.
The film, which was formerly known as "That's What I'm Talking About" and may currently have the working title "Everybody Wants Some," follows a group of college ballplayers navigating the freedoms and...Read more