- Lauren Cohan - "Women's Health"
- "Scarlet Witch" TV Series
- Chill With "Ice Station Zebra"
- "Bumblebee" Buzz
- Kate Upton: "Game of War"
- "The Sopranos" Prequel
- Emma Stone In "Grazia"
- Zack Snyder's "The Stone Quarry"
- "Captain Marvel" In IMAX
Posted: 08 Jan 2019 01:02 PM PST
Take a look at actress Lauren Cohan aka 'Maggie Greene' from AMC's "The Walking Dead", posing for "Women's Health" Magazine:
Besides her work on "The Walking Dead", Cohan is noted for her recurring roles as 'Bela Talbot' on The CW's "Supernatural" and in "The Vampire Diaries".
Cohan also played 'Avery Jordan' in "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit".
She recently voiced the character 'Juliana Calderon' for 4 episodes of the animated spy series "Archer".
Cohan's new TV series is called "Whiskey Cavalier" for ABC.
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 12:53 PM PST
'Marvel Cinematic Universe' actress Elizabeth Olsen, ready to reprise her role as 'Scarlet Witch', in the upcoming Disney + live-action "Vision and Scarlet Witch" TV series, is excited about Marvel Comics' "House of M" storyline:
"I would love to appear in a 'House of M' story," said Olsen.
"Which is a comic book series of 'The Vision' and 'Scarlet Witch' having a make-believe family.
"Then they have to tell her that she was make-believing the entire time...
"...and she has a very traumatic experience and screams and kills everybody ...
"...but that's an 'X-Men' story so we'd have to adjust the ending..."
"House of M" (2005), the eight-issue comic book limited series was written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by Olivier Coipel...
...in which 'mutant' superhero 'Scarlet Witch' believes she has a family but actually has suffered a mental breakdown...
...and tries to alter the fabric of reality to recreate her lost children.
"The House of M" also appeared in Marvel's "Secret Wars" (2015)...
...a title that the Russo Bros., directors of "Avengers: Infinity War" would like to adapt as a feature when Disney fully recovers screen rights to Marvel's "X-Men" in 2019.
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 11:50 AM PST
Writer, director Christopher McQuarrie continues developing his remake of the Arctic thriller "Ice Station Zebra" (1968) based on the 1963 spy novel by author Alistair MacLean.
The original feature directed by John Sturges, starred Rock Hudson, Patrick McGoohan, Ernest Borgnine and Jim Brown, with a parallel to real-life events in 1959.
"...'Commander James Ferraday', captain of the nuclear submarine 'USS Tigershark' is dispatched to the polar ice region on a rescue mission when an emergency signal is received from research station, 'Ice Station Zebra'.
"On board the sub is a civilian and likely spy, 'David Jones', whose orders are secret. Along the way, they collect two additional passengers, a Russian named 'Boris Vaslov', likely also a spy, and 'US Marine Capt. Leslie Anders' who takes command of the Marines traveling as passengers.
"It soon becomes apparent that the mission is more that just a simple rescue operation. It also becomes apparent that there is a traitor on board the submarine who is out to sabotage the entire mission..."
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 10:57 AM PST
Take a look at more new posters from director Travis Knight's 'alien-robot' "Transformers" spin-off, "Bumblebee", starring Hailee Steinfeld, now playing:
"...on the run in the year 1987, 'Bumblebee' finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. 'Charlie' (Steinfeld), on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world...
"...discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.
"When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow 'VW' bug."
Traditionally Bumblebee's car form was depicted as a yellow 'VW Beetle'...
...until director Michael Bay's live-action "Transformers" feature (2007) converted the 'robot in disguise' into a 'Chevy Camaro'.
"It's the story of a an 18-year-old girl," said "Bumblebee" producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura.
"She and 'Bumblebee' find each other, and they make each other whole. Bumblebee's a very loving character.
"He's got a lot of heart, so of course the idyllic life of these two is interrupted by the evil 'Decepticons'. And how are they going to be able to deal with the problem without 'Optimus'..."
Cast also includes John Cena, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Rachel Crow and Pamela Adlon.
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 10:43 AM PST
Sneak Peek model Kate Upton as warrior 'Athena' in a series of classic commercial spots, from the "Game of War" mobile game:
"...in 'Game of War: Fire Age', created by developer Machine Zone, armed with only your city, hero, and desire for conquest...
"...you are thrown into a massive world where players challenge each other for overall global supremacy.
"Your ultimate goal is to capture and control the 'Wonder' at the center of the kingdom - allowing you, as king, to levy taxes on all other players and hand out 'buffs'/'debuffs' to your allies and enemies. Once you are king, you control all within your realm. But beware! There are many beneath you who would see you dethroned and destroyed.
"You will eventually build up enough power to compete for the Super Wonder, and tilt kingdoms and cause all kinds of commotion as Emperor!..."
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 10:50 AM PST
"The Sopranos" creator David Chase has confirmed that young 'Tony Soprano' will get caught up in the 1967 Newark, New Jersey riots, for the New Line/Warner Bros. feature "The Many Saints of Newark", co-written with Lawrence Konner and to be directed by Alan Taylor ("Thor: The Dark World"), prepping a late 2019 start:
"...'Dickie Moltisanti'(Alessandro Nivola), the father of 'Christopher' and a 'mob soldier' who died in the 1970's at the hands of a crooked cop, will provide an entry point into a look at the Soprano mob's origins in the turbulence of racial tensions between African Americans and Italian Americans in Newark, NJ..."
"I was interested in Newark and life in Newark at that time", said Chase. "I used to go to down there every Saturday night for dinner with my grandparents. But the thing that interested me most was Tony's boyhood. I was interested in exploring that.
"The movie will deal with the tensions between the blacks and Italians at the time and 'Tony Soprano' will be part of this, but as a kid.
"I was just interested in the whole 'Newark Riot' thing..."
The 1967 Newark riots occurred in the city of Newark, New Jersey, between July 12 and July 17, 1967. Over the four days of rioting, looting, and property destruction, 26 people died and hundreds were injured.
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 10:33 AM PST
Sneak Peek new images of actress Emma Stone in the January 2019 issue of "Grazia Italy" magazine, wearing Louis Vuitton fashions, photographed by Victor Demarchelier:
Stone made her television debut in the show "In Search of the New Partridge Family" (2004), a reality show that produced only an unsold pilot.
After small TV roles, she made her film debut in "Superbad" (2007) and "Zombieland" (2009).
The 2010 teen comedy "Easy A" was Stone's first starring role, earning her nominations for the 'BAFTA Rising Star Award' and a 'Golden Globe Award' for 'Best Actress'.
This breakthrough was followed with further success in the romantic comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love" (2011) and the drama "The Help" (2011).
In 2012 she played 'Gwen Stacy' in "The Amazing Spider-Man" and its sequel in 2014.
She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the role of a recovering drug addict in the black comedy-drama "Birdman" (2014).
Stone won an Academy Award' for 'Best Actress' for playing an aspiring actress in the musical film "La La Land" (2016)...
...followed by her portrayal as 'Billie Jean King' in the biographical sports feature "Battle of the Sexes" (2017).
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 10:33 AM PST
Director Zack Snyder ("Watchmen") has confirmed his new production company is called "The Stone Quarry", as he continues developing his next feature film project "The Fountainhead", adapting author Ayn Rand's 1943 dramatic romance novel:
"...'Howard Roark', is an architect who designs modernist buildings...
"...refusing to compromise with an architectural establishment unwilling to accept innovation.
"His struggle reflects a belief that individualism is superior to collectivism.
"Roark is opposed by 'second-handers', who value conformity over independence and integrity, including Roark's former classmate 'Peter Keating', who succeeds by following popular styles, but turns to Roark for help with his own design problems.
"'Ellsworth Toohey', a socialist architecture critic who uses his influence to promote his political and social agenda, tries to destroy Roark's career. Tabloid newspaper publisher 'Gail Wynand' seeks to shape popular opinion, befriending Roark, then betrays him when public opinion turns in a direction he cannot control.
"The most controversial character is Roark's lover, 'Dominique Francon'. She believes that non-conformity has no chance of winning, so she alternates between helping Roark and working to undermine him..."
"The Fountainhead" novel has been adapted into other media including an illustrated version syndicated in daily newspapers (1945)...
...plus a Warners feature (1949), starring Gary Cooper with a screenplay adapted by Rand.
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Posted: 08 Jan 2019 12:51 PM PST
Sneak Peek more new posters supporting Marvel Studios' live-action superhero feature "Captain Marvel", based on the Marvel Comics characters, including the 'Skrull' alien 'Talos' and super-pet 'Goose', opening March 8, 2019, in IMAX and 3D:
"...set in the 1990's, the story follows 'Carol Danvers' as the alien/human hybrid 'Captain Marvel' after the Earth is caught in the center...
"...of an intergalactic conflict between two worlds, borrowing elements from Marvel Comics' "Kree–Skrull War" (1971) comic book story arc.
"Danvers' is an ex-US 'Air Force' pilot and member of an elite 'Kree' military team called 'Starforce'...
"...whose DNA was fused with that of a Kree alien during an accident, embodying her with 'other-worldly' strength, energy projection and flight..."
"I spent months thinking about whether or not I was going to do the film," said Larson...
"...and I realized that it was a chance to tell a story on the largest scale possible.
"I know it is going to make me lose some of the things I love most about my life, but I think it's worth it.
"I find that the projects I enjoy signing up to at the moment are with a director who's interested in the script...
"... isn't completely sure what the movie is and isn't concerned about it.
"He's just interested in going on the journey and discovering it.
"We have to choose every day to be active participants. To wake up in the morning and choose this life and make something of it is an incredible thing.
"Not many living creatures have that option. We have so many opportunities and options - it's a huge burden, but it's also the most freeing part of our lives..."
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