If Jar Jar Binks were here, he might have this to say about BenedictCumberbatch's impression of him: "How rude."
The Sherlock star was a guest on BBC America's Graham Norton Show, where he did a surprisingly accurate impersonation of the often-mocked Phantom Menace character. Cumberbatch even squeezed in some particularly harsh words about Mr. Binks.
The next few years don’t look too good for the movie version of Marvel’s Tony Stark, as played by Robert Downey Jr. Rumors about 2016’s Captain America 3 put him at odds with Chris Evans’ sentinel of liberty, and the trailer for next summer’s Avengers: Age of Ultron teases that his break with the rest of the team might be coming sooner than expected.
The director says he took on directing duties for the NBC pilot in part because he wanted to get things right. (Diehard Constantine fans have complained about Keanu Reeves' 2005version being American, among other things.)
Greig Fraser, the Australian cinematographer best known for his work on Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, is headed into space for his next project, he said in a new interview. He’ll be working with Gareth Edwards on one of the upcoming Star Wars stand-alone movies.
Sony has picked up Exposure, a pitch from Eric Heisserer with Neal Moritz and his Original Film producing.
Heisserer, who will write the script, is also attached to direct and executive produce.
Details of the plot are being kept under quarantine but it is described as a supernatural thriller with elements tonally similar to The Ring, the 2002 horror movie in which a mysterious videotape caused the death of those who watched it.
It’s been eight long years since we last saw Meryl Streep singing on the big screen — alongside Pierce Brosnan and Amanda Seyfried in the movie version of Mamma Mia — but the drought is almost over, as a new tease for the upcoming Into The Woods demonstrates.