Isla Fisher News
feedproxy.google.com – Isla Fisher and Rebel Wilson have joined the cast of Louis Leterrier's spy spoof Grimsby, which stars Kick-Ass' Mark Strong as an elite British spy forced to team up with his football hooligan brother (Sacha Baron Cohen). No word on what roles the two women will play, or whether Fisher and ... 2 years 10 weeks ago via brucelee
deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Blumhouse continues to refine its micro-budget genre formula, and it looks like one evolving factor is the casts are getting better. Jason Blum’s division is negotiating with Isla Fisher, Ellen Barkin and Jim Parsons to star in Visions, a Kevin Greutert-directed thriller that Blumhouse International is selling at AFM. 2 years 41 weeks ago via jetli
7:43 PM 6/1/2013 by Jeff Giles
On paper, Now You See Me looks like one heck of a heist thriller. Featuring a terrific cast that includes Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, and Dave Franco as four magicians brought together by a mysterious benefactor, Mark Ruffalo as the rumpled cop hellbent on stopping their dazzling crime spree, and Morgan Freeman as a famous magic debunker who might be working for either side, it gives every appearance of a sleek, tightly written caper, with the added benefit of cool magic tricks thrown into the mix.
deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Mike Lobell, the veteran producer whose 14-years of persistence helped make the remake Gambit happen, is getting close on three other projects with strong elements. He has re-teamed with former partner, writer/director A Film By Alan Stuart Eisner, an ensemble comedy which so far has Project X‘s Oliver Cooper, Shirley MacLaine and Robin Williams attached, with Rob Reiner making a cameo. 3 years 13 weeks ago via donnieyen
9:30 AM 5/10/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Baz Lurmann’s Great Gatsby is garish and bright, chocked with the bling you hoped he’d throw around like it’s cheap—and it is. His high-budget/low-brow spectacles are perfect for reproducing the moral vacuum of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book, and for all its anachronisms, Lurmann’s reproduction couldn’t be more loyal to the text:
feedproxy.google.com – When Vulture first heard that there might be a Bored to Death movie, we got super excited and started spreading the good word — in some cases, breaking the news to folks who might actually be in the movie, should creator Jonathan Ames decide to include their characters. 3 years 16 weeks ago via theothersenhman
1:45 PM 4/21/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
May 3rd the director who “decoded” gaslight melodrama and Shakespeare with uber-modern over-the-top-ness, will perplex and delight with his revisionist play on Fitzgerald. I can’t wait. Ironically, it’s not a subject I love. I don’t have special affections for the book or for director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge, Romeo + Juliet), it’s just a perfect storm of form and function, old and new, and every body likes a perfect storm.
12:56 PM 4/4/2013 by Jeff Giles
When Baz Luhrmann announced his plans to mount a new adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel The Great Gatsby -- which, you may recall, had already been turned into a pretty good movie once or twice -- and do it in 3D, no less, it was hard not to wonder what had possessed him.
4:48 PM 12/20/2012 by Jeff Giles
Why, hello there, Leo. Welcome back to heartthrob mode. If you rolled your eyes in derision when you heard the news that Baz Luhrmann was mounting a 3D adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel The Great Gatsby, well, we understand -- Gatsby's been to the big screen before, and in any case, his silk-sheeted tragedy never seemed to be crying out for an added dimension.
3:12 PM 11/21/2012 by Jeff Giles
William Joyce's Guardians of Childhood books are a feat of kid-friendly fiction, a masterful blend of whirlwind action, fantasy, and heartfelt drama. The movie they inspired? Eh, not so much.