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Christopher Nolan Teaming With Interstellar Cinematographer on Dunkirk From Inception and Interstellar to The Dark Knight Trilogy, the most recent films from director Christopher Nolan have certainly been big, bold and thought-provoking. The varied content of each project makes it hard to consider what might be next for the filmmaker – especially after a release date was announced for his new secret project. This was followed a few months later by the confirmation that his next feature – which he also penned – would be a WWII epic entitled Dunkirk.

Bask in the stupidity of these new clips from Zoolander 2 Like ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES and DUMB AND DUMBER TO, ZOOLANDER 2 is one of those comedy sequels which is arriving many years after the original. As with any long-delayed and much anticipated sequel, there's the very real possibility that ZOOLANDER 2 won't measure up to its predecessor, but I'll give it this, it can't possibly get any more vacuous. Paramount Pictures... Read More...

DP Hoyte van Hoytema is Reteaming with Nolan for 'Dunkirk' Next Good news to report, Nolan fans! Nolan's new favorite cinematographer is coming back to work on his next film. Christopher Nolan is reteaming with Swiss cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema for his next film currently titled Dunkirk, about the Allied evacuation from Dunkirk, France during the early part of WWII. This isn't surprising at all and it's exactly what we expected for this production, but this is the first time we've seen confirmation.

Derek Zoolander (Ben Sitller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) thought they were retired from the world of high-fashion modeling. But when some of the world's top celebrities are assassinated while flashing Zoolander's iconic "Blue Steel" look, they are brought in to help solve the case. But who could be behind these heinous crimes against the beautiful people? All signs point to Mugato (Will Ferrell). The runway will never be the same. In this hilarious (and painful) Fandango...Read MoreRead Comments

Watch: 73 Questions With Derek Zoolander, Youth Milk, New Images And More From 'Zoolander 2' With "Zoolander 2" opening in a couple of weeks, it's worth remember that one point, Paramount didn't really know what they had on their hands. And frankly, neither did audiences. The original movie only earned $60 million worldwide, but it was on DVD where it became a phenomenon. But Ben Stiller hasn't forgotten the humble beginnings of his massively popular male model. “It wasn’t like a slam-dunk movie idea,” he told Vogue. “For the most part, we were on our own—both in the fashion world and with the studio, too.

News Briefs: New Photo Teases 'Top Gun 2' Top Gun 2: Tom Cruise wants to fly real jets in the long-awaited sequel to 1986's Top Gun, though we don't know if that idea came up specifically in a recent conversation the star had with producer Jerry Bruckheimer. The producer shared a photo of the two together, captioned: "Just got back from a weekend in New Orleans to see my old friend [Tom Cruise] and discuss a little Top Gun 2." Val Kilmer will also be returning. [Twitter via Variety]   Star Wars: The...Read MoreRead Comments

Tom Cruise and Jerry Bruckheimer meet to discuss Top Gun 2 There's been a lot of talk these past few years about a sequel to TOP GUN and despite the untimely death of Tony Scott, Tom Cruise and uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer have still been keen on shooting a sequel. Well, it looks like shit is about to get real, as Bruckheimer himself tweeted out the following, showing that there's SOME progress on TOP GUN 2. Just got back from a weekend in New... Read More...

At the start of ZOOLANDER 2, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) has all but retired from the fashion world, living as a recluse in the wilds of New Jersey. A string of murders featuring his trademark pose brings him out of hiding, but you'd never know he was so detached from what made him a star with the following video and photos! First up is Vogue's 73 Questions, in which Zoolander tries his... Read More...

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