Leonard Wu (Netflix’s “Marco Polo”) has been cast in James Cameron’s “Alita: Battle Angel” opposite Rosa Salazar, Jackie Earle Haley, Eiza Gonzalez, Lana Condor, and Christoph Waltz. Robert Rodriguez is directing and Cameron will produce with Jon Landau through his Lightstorm Entertainment banner. Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis will write the screenplay, based on Yukito Kishiro’s manga… Read more »
Netflix has given us a few fleeting glimpses at its Gilmore Girls revival already, including a quick teaser and a series of preview images, but those mostly focused on Lorelai and Rory. Sure, they’re the Gilmore girls of the title and the show is all about them, but the original series always made sure to occasionally focus on the wacky characters that the Gilmore girls encountered in their daily lives. Thankfully, this new batch of preview images primarily focus on one of those wacky characters, even if he is the least wacky of the whole bunch.
We’re talking about Luke Danes, the cellphone-hating, hat-wearing diner man who appears in these photos doing the two things he loves the most: standing while wearing a plaid shirt and having an intense conversation with Milo Ventimiglia’s Jess Mariano. Oh yeah, Jess is also in one of these photos, just in …
Brad William Henke has joined Will Smith and Joel Edgerton in Netflix’s “Bright.” Noomi Rapace and Lucy Fry also star in the pic. David Ayer (“Suicide Squad”) is directing the $90 million-budgeted pic, the streaming giant’s most expensive film to date. “Bright” tells the story of a human, played by Smith, and an orc, played by… Read more »
Penelope Cruz co-stars in the upcoming film by Fernando León De Aranoa.
Four posters have been unveiled for the upcoming four-part Netflix event “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” which show Rory and Lorelai experiencing all four seasons — winter, spring, summer and fall.
The four parts will hit the streaming service on Nov. 25 at midnight PT, picking up almost 10 years after we last saw Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham in their famous mother-daughter roles. Luke (Scott Patterson) and Lorelai are together, while Emily (Kelly Bishop) is a widow. Rory is now a hard-hitting journalist.
“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” is created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, who executive produces, writes and directs with Daniel Palladino.
The new series is produced by Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
The original series debuted in 2000 on the WB but moved to the CW in 2006. It ran for seven seasons and ended on May 15, 2007, following single mother Lorelai Gilmore and her relationship with her daughter. They lived in the town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, which was populated by a wide range of eccentric characters.
On Jan. 29, it was announced that the show would return as a miniseries on Netflix.
See the posters below.
Jon Bernthal bowled over viewers with his portrayal of Frank Castle in Netflix’s Daredevil, so much so that he’ll become The Punisher in a spin-off series. Earlier this year, the Walking Dead alum has said that we haven’t seen the Punisher really get down to brass tacks, i.e.., shell casings. Castle will engage in much more unsanctioned adjudicating once he’s inhabiting his own corner of Hell’s Kitchen. But that brand of street justice is precisely what’s going to get Bernthal into trouble in his next film role.
Empire Magazine reports that Bernthal will lead the crime-thriller Stingray, from writer-director Anthony Hayes (The Slap). Bernthal’s character will get caught up in a “blood feud” with a “notorious criminal” after he kills that individual’s brother. His punishment for the slip-up (or execution): He’ll have to off one of his own family members …
Netflix has unveiled the official key art for Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life ahead of its premiere next month on the internet TV network. The key art reflects the title, with four posters, each representing a different season of the year for each of the 90-minute installments.
The four-part event will bring together almost all of the original cast, including Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Melissa McCarthy, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Keiko Agena, Sean Gunn, Milo…