Amy Adams In ‘Big Eyes': First Trailer Sparks Oscar Talk
It may surprise some to realize that Amy Adams (Man of Steel, American Hustle) has five-Oscar nominations and the talk is that she may be headed for another one, following the release of the Big Eyes trailer. In the Tim Burton biopic, Adams plays famous painter Margaret Keane, whose husband — played by Christoph Waltz Amy Adams In ‘Big Eyes': First Trailer Sparks Oscar Talk is an article from ...
Dystopian sci-fi film falls flat in 'The Zero Theorem'
Director Terry Gilliam's career has been struggling over the last decade or so. First there was his disastrous attempt to make a Don Quixote movie starring Johnny Depp that was chronicled in the 2002 documentary, "Lost in La Mancha," and then his last film, "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus" had to undergo extensive changes after the untimely death of his leading man, Heath Ledger.
FILM The New York Times called Col. Hans Landa — the sinister yet gleefully polite Nazi played by Christoph Waltz in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 Inglourious Basterds — "the ultimate Tarantino creation."
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Horrible Bosses 2 - "Ransom Note" Trailer
For a sequel that no one expected to happen, they certainly do know how to turn the heat. That heat being Jennifer Aniston. Warner Brothers has released a second trailer for Horrible Bosses 2 titled “Ransom Note”. Check it out below. Synopsis: The follow-up to the 2011 hit comedy "Horrible Bosses" reunites Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as everyone's favorite working stiffs: Nick ...
Christoph Waltz wins Supporting Actor Oscar for "Django"
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Christoph Waltz on Sunday won his second Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in four years under the direction of Quentin Tarantino, this time as a German bounty hunter in the slave revenge tale "Django Unchained." "We participated in a ...
Christoph Waltz admires Tarantino's to-the-heart style
It's not that Christoph Waltz is unwilling to discuss his movies, it's that he's cautious about too rigidly framing them for those who haven't seen them yet. It's of particular concern with material as complex as Quentin Tarantino's new "Django Unchained."