Check out the poster that IFC Films has released for their upcoming film titled Lucky Them down below!
The film stars Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church and Oliver Platt, follows a veteran rock journalist Ellie Klug (Collette) who is more interested in partying and flirting with young musicians than work. Now she has one last chance to prove her value to her magazine’s editor: a no-stone-unturned search to discover what really happened to long lost rock god Matthew Smith, who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend. Teaming up with an eccentric amateur documentary filmmaker (Church), Ellie hits the road in search of answers.
Hits theaters on May 30.
Chloe Grace Moretz was busy promoting her new Off-Broadway play The Library in New York, but the actress has an upcoming film adaption titled If I Stay coming to the big scree.
She told EW about it:
“I want people to walk in and feel like they actually felt something, and learned something, and realized something different about life that’s more than just, ‘Oh, I saw this love triangle and it’s super sad because she chose the guy I didn’t like.’ And then the movie was over. And you’re like, ‘Okay, that’s pathetic.’ You want to watch something that actually means something and makes you feel and makes you want to be involved. That’s what I wanted to make and that’s what I strive to make.”
Check out this new French international poster that has debuted for the highly anticipated film X-Men: Days of Future Past down below!
The film hits theaters on May 23, stars Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Nicholas Hoult, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Peter Dinklage, Omar Sy, Daniel Cudmore, Fan Bingbing, Boo Boo Stewart, Adan Canto, Evan Peters, Josh Helman, Lucas Till and Evan Jonigkeit.
The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-Men: Days of Future Past. The beloved characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from X-Men: First Class, in an epic battle that must change the past– to save our future.
It’s been more than two decades since we saw Robin Williams in the box-office hit Mrs. Doubtfire back in 1993, directed by Chris Columbus that pulled in more than $440 million worldwide.
Fox 2000 has a sequel for the comedy in works with both Williams and Columbus attached to return as star and director, with David Berenbaum (Elf) providing the screenplay.
The original film, also co-produced by Williams was based on Anne Fine’s 1987 novel, Madame Doubtfire, and also starred Sally Field and Pierce Brosnan. It follows the misadventures of an unemployed actor, Daniel Hillard, who, following his divorce, disguises himself as an elderly female nanny, allowing him to secretly masquerade his way back into the lives of his children.
The sequel has been in the works with Bonnie Hunt trying to hand a screenplay in 2001.
Musician John Legend will be teaming up with screenwriter John Swetnam for Breaking Through, a “found footage” dance film that is heading into production. Swetnam will also be making his directorial debut.
Plot details are very few, but the film is likened to overall tone to the films like Step Up and plans to serve as a similar showcase for newly-discovered dance talent.
Swetnam, wrote the upcoming fifth Step Up film, Step Up All In, as well as the action-thriller Into The Storm.
Swetnam will also produce alongside Luis Fragali, Fabio Golombek, Mike Jackson, Uri Singer, with Legend executive producing with Alexandru Celea and Ty Stiklorius.
Chloe Grace Moretz dropped by on Thursday, April 17 by The Today Show in New York City to chat about her new Off-Broadway play The Library directed by Steven Soderbergh.
“It’s cool to do something fresh and new that’s never been done before. It’s interesting to have this live production where you’re always learning something from it. It’s spontaneous.”
Kirsten Dunst is the latest to cover W Magazine‘s special Summer Pleasures issue.
Here’s what Dunst shared with the mag after being interviewed by Sofia Coppola:
On nudity in films:
“I don’t mind it if it feels appropriate for the film, but it’s never not nerve-racking.”
On if she’d want to direct one day:
“Yes. I know that when I find the story, I’ll be completely absorbed in wanting to direct. I haven’t given myself a fair chance at that yet. I’ve directed two short films, and I’ve really enjoyed it.”
On what she’d do if she wasn’t an actress:
“I love interior design– maybe I’d do that, but if I did an interior, I’d want to live in it. I would stick to a creative job.”
On if acting was her right career path:
“I did evaluate it at one point in my life, but it has changed and evolved for me, and I love it even more now.”