Tommy Lee Jones News


Cannes: Peter Brant Bets Well on Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘Homesman’ (EXCLUSIVE) – To finance “The Homesman,” a 1850s Western drama playing in competition at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Tommy Lee Jones turned to some of his closest friends. Jones sent his old polo-playing comrade Peter Brant a copy of the script for the movie that he wanted to direct and star in. 15 weeks 6 days ago via jetli

New in Theaters: 'Insidious: Chapter 2,' 'The Family'

12:09 PM 9/13/2013 by Logan Falk
The Family
This batch of new releases seems to promise another sleepy weekend in the box office—the two movies coming out today have received a lukewarm-at-best reaction from critics, and are not predicted to pull in a whole lot of revenues over the weekend.

Trailer for Luc Besson's 'The Family' Released

9:01 PM 6/4/2013 by Binh Ngo
The Family
The first trailer for Luc Besson's mob comedy The Family is here. The movie stars Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Tommy Lee Jones in a story about a mob family getting relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program. Check it out below. De Niro plays Giovanni Manzoni, who along with his wife (Pfeiffer) and two teenage children (Dianna Agron and John D'Leo) try to adjust to their new life in France, but, as we can see, old habits die hard.

Check Out the Trailer and Poster for The Family – Both the trailer and poster for Luc Besson's dark comedy The Family are now online and can be viewed below, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies . 1 year 12 weeks ago via donnieyen

Hailee Steinfeld Joins Tommy Lee Jones Frontier Pic 'The Homesman' – EXCLUSIVE: Hailee Steinfeld held her own among a cast of grizzled veterans in True Grit and earned an Oscar nod for it. Now she’s set to return to the frontier in The Homesman, opposite Tommy Lee Jones who is director, co-writer, producer and star on the period project. Steinfeld joins Meryl Streep, Hilary Swank, James Spader, John Lithgow, and Tim Blake Nelson in the pic, about a man (Jones) who teams up with a pioneer woman (Swank) to escort three insane women across the prairie back to civilization. 1 year 20 weeks ago via jackiechan

Paramount Wins Again in Investor Dispute Over Tommy Lee Jones Payout – An appeals court confirms that the studio didn't breach fiduciary duty by deducting bonus money that an arbitrator ordered the studio to pay on "No Country for Old Men." 1 year 25 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Oscars 2013: The Projected Winners

11:06 PM 2/21/2013 by Binh Ngo
The Oscars is happening at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles this Sunday starting at 7 pm EST/4 pm PST, but for those who couldn't attend the event live, they can check it out on ABC. So, who's going to take home a trophy on Sunday? Read on for my predictions. If you need a printable Oscars ballot, Moviefone has one you can use.

Martin Scorsese Officially Boards Luc Besson's Mafia Pic 'Malavita'

Martin Scorsese – After consulting informally on Luc Besson‘s mafia actioner Malavita, Oscar-winner Martin Scorsese has come aboard the Robert De Niro-Tommy Lee Jones starrer as executive producer. Scorsese and Besson put their heads together through the film’s pre-production and filming and will continue collaborating as the EuropaCorp and Relativity production heads toward its October 18 release date. 1 year 29 weeks ago via brucelee

First Trailer for Post-WWII Drama EMPEROR Starring Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox

Emperor – The first trailer for director Peter Webber’s historical drama Emperor has been released online. Based on a true story, the film takes place in the immediate aftermath of World War II and stars Matthew Fox as General Bonner Fellers, an expert in Japanese who is assigned to assist General Douglas MacArthur (Tommy Lee Jones) in investigating whether or not the beloved Japanese Emperor should be punished for war crimes.

1 year 32 weeks ago via jetli

Review: 'Lincoln' A Leader, Not A Celebrity

11:23 AM 11/9/2012 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Apparently, no one’s ever won an Oscar for playing a president. I suspect that’s why director Steven Spielberg cast Daniel Day Lewis. (Better odds.) His eerily smooth performance as the 16th president is a consistent mix of gawky authority and patrician ease. He instructs his Whitehouse staff with parables and anecdotes; the elders don’t all appreciate it but the younger staff clings to his stories like good students, listening intently for cues.

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