Near the end of the film Emperor, Matthew Fox’s character imagines himself chasing the girl in a bamboo forest, then they lie down on the ground and look up at the sky. Look familiar? 
According to a fan, “it was put in by the director Peter Webber as a shoutout to Losties who he talked to on Twitter when filming began…Peter asked us what iconic moment from LOST he could try to sneak in and we gave him a few options.”

Near the end of the film Emperor, Matthew Fox’s character imagines himself chasing the girl in a bamboo forest, then they lie down on the ground and look up at the sky. Look familiar

According to a fan, “it was put in by the director Peter Webber as a shoutout to Losties who he talked to on Twitter when filming began…Peter asked us what iconic moment from LOST he could try to sneak in and we gave him a few options.”

12 April 2014 ·

Dominic Monaghan wants to be in Star Wars

Will Dominic Monaghan play a jedi in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII? Probably not, but the actor has talked to his LOST exec producer J.J. Abrams about appearing in the film.
“Give me a lightsaber, I’ll do anything.”
As expected, Monaghan also confirmed that the movie will feature unknown actors.
“We’ve talked a few times about it,” he said about a possible role. “(J.J. Abrams) said ‘We’re putting together a cast of unknowns. We want to follow the ’77 New Hope cast because obviously Harrison Ford wasn’t well known at that point, Mark Hamill wasn’t and Carrie Fisher wasn’t either.”
According to Monaghan, the director, whose also producing with Bryan Burk and Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy, doesn’t want a big star who distract audiences from the story.
“What he said was, ‘We don’t want to fall into that mistake of people going, ‘Oh, it’s that guy from that thing!’ and then you’re completely out of the Star Wars universe,’” he said.
Disney was tight-lipped about the upcoming Star Wars during its CinemaCon presentation on Wednesday. All Disney chairman Alan Horn said was that the film will be set “30 years after Episode 6″ and will feature a trio of young leads.

During his recent Reddit AMA, when asked what his dream movie to star in would be, he replied with two words: “Star Wars.”
Back in June, when asked if he was going to be involved in the upcoming Star Wars film, he replied: ”Well, I can’t answer that question. Ask J.J. Abrams, he’ll know.”

Dominic Monaghan wants to be in Star Wars

Will Dominic Monaghan play a jedi in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII? Probably not, but the actor has talked to his LOST exec producer J.J. Abrams about appearing in the film.

“Give me a lightsaber, I’ll do anything.”

As expected, Monaghan also confirmed that the movie will feature unknown actors.

“We’ve talked a few times about it,” he said about a possible role. “(J.J. Abrams) said ‘We’re putting together a cast of unknowns. We want to follow the ’77 New Hope cast because obviously Harrison Ford wasn’t well known at that point, Mark Hamill wasn’t and Carrie Fisher wasn’t either.”

According to Monaghan, the director, whose also producing with Bryan Burk and Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy, doesn’t want a big star who distract audiences from the story.

“What he said was, ‘We don’t want to fall into that mistake of people going, ‘Oh, it’s that guy from that thing!’ and then you’re completely out of the Star Wars universe,’” he said.

Disney was tight-lipped about the upcoming Star Wars during its CinemaCon presentation on Wednesday. All Disney chairman Alan Horn said was that the film will be set “30 years after Episode 6″ and will feature a trio of young leads.

During his recent Reddit AMA, when asked what his dream movie to star in would be, he replied with two words: “Star Wars.”

Back in June, when asked if he was going to be involved in the upcoming Star Wars film, he replied: ”Well, I can’t answer that question. Ask J.J. Abrams, he’ll know.”

29 March 2014 ·

Behind the scenes photos of Matthew Fox in his upcoming film ‘Welcome to Harmony.’

Behind the scenes photos of Matthew Fox in his upcoming film ‘Welcome to Harmony.’

23 February 2014 ·

Josh Holloway addressed the Batman vs Superman casting rumors:
"It hasn’t been brought to my attention by my people, so maybe they’re just floating it softly around, but that would be cool! Sure, I think I’m available at the moment as we just wrapped up. I’m an actor, I like different roles. Batman movies are awesome, Marvel movies are awesome. But we’ll see, I’m on a series right now. I think they usually want to sign you up for several movies and I don’t know if you can do that when you’re committed to a series…" (via IGN)

Josh Holloway addressed the Batman vs Superman casting rumors:

"It hasn’t been brought to my attention by my people, so maybe they’re just floating it softly around, but that would be cool! Sure, I think I’m available at the moment as we just wrapped up. I’m an actor, I like different roles. Batman movies are awesome, Marvel movies are awesome. But we’ll see, I’m on a series right now. I think they usually want to sign you up for several movies and I don’t know if you can do that when you’re committed to a series…" (via IGN)

22 January 2014 ·

Rumor: Terry O’Quinn is on Zack Snyder’s shortlist for Lex Luthor in ‘Batman vs. Superman’

Rumor: Terry O’Quinn is on Zack Snyder’s shortlist for Lex Luthor in ‘Batman vs. Superman’

13 November 2013 ·

Elijah Wood Horror-Comedy ‘Cooties’ Catches Alison Pill, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer, Jorge Garcia, Nasim Pedrad

Cooties, a prepubescent horror comedy written by Leigh Whannell (Insidious, Saw) and Glee co-creator Ian Brennan, follows a zombie-like epidemic originating from an infected chicken nugget that turns elementary school students into rampaging savages. Joining Elijah Wood as a substitute teacher leading a ragtag band of educators in a fight for survival are Alison Pill as Lucy, an eternally optimistic 4th grade teacher, and Rainn Wilson as ex-athlete turned PE teacher Wade. Jack McBrayer (30 Rock), Jorge Garcia (LOST), Nasim Pedrad (SNL), and Whannell also co-star. Filming is set to begin July 15 in LA with HONEST duo Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion directing.

12 July 2013 ·

Jorge Garcia as Steve Wozniak in Funny or Die’s upcoming film, iSteve. More here.

Jorge Garcia as Steve Wozniak in Funny or Die’s upcoming film, iSteve.

More here.

12 April 2013 ·

First look via IGN: Evangeline Lilly as the elf Tauriel in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, in theatres December 13.

26 March 2013 ·

From HitFix: The secret of Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof’s ‘Tomorrowland’ is not what you think

Do I know for sure if this is the “real” logline description for Tomorrowland?  Nope.  But what I do know is that this is the official description that’s being used to help assemble a cast, and it offers the first concrete plot ideas for what we’ll see when Tomorrowland arrives in theaters in 2014.
"A teenage girl, a genius middle-aged man (who was kicked out of Tomorrowland) and a pre-pubescent girl robot attempt to get to and unravel what happened to Tomorrowland, which exists in an alternative dimension, in order to save Earth." The Tomorrowland that they keep referring to in this break-down appears to be a place where science has blown past the world we live in, and when Frank Walker was a young man, he first encountered the promise of Tomorrowland at the 1964 World’s Fair.  David Nix was there, showing off his own work, and he told Walker to come back when he was older and his inventions actually worked.  A girl named Athena saw great promise in 11-year-old Frank, though, and she snuck him into Tomorrowland.  Eventually, Frank was discovered by Nix and thrown out, but not before learning that the girl he loved, Athena, was actually a robot. By the time we meet Frank in the film, he’s much older, and George Clooney is set to play the part.  Nix is the role that Hugh Laurie is signed for, and by the point the main story of the film kicks in, Nix has been in charge of Disneyland for many years, and he’s become rotten, corrupt.  Athena, unchanged since Frank was a young man, plays a key role in the film, and the hero is a girl named Casey who has a quick scientific mind that becomes important as the story unfolds.  Nix is a guy who values technical accomplishment over creative thinking, and when he throws Frank out of Tomorrowland, he’s not alone.  Every creative thinker is banished, allowing Nix to focus purely on aesthetics and technical advancement for its own sake. There’s interdimensional travel, human-looking robots, and a quest for revenge on the part of Frank.  He is a bitter adult, and the film is not just about Casey’s adventure, but also about Frank rediscovering the kid he used to be.  It sounds like young Frank actually plays a decent-sized role in the film, so we may see both timelines play out to some extent.

From HitFix: The secret of Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof’s ‘Tomorrowland’ is not what you think

Do I know for sure if this is the “real” logline description for Tomorrowland?  Nope.  But what I do know is that this is the official description that’s being used to help assemble a cast, and it offers the first concrete plot ideas for what we’ll see when Tomorrowland arrives in theaters in 2014.

"A teenage girl, a genius middle-aged man (who was kicked out of Tomorrowland) and a pre-pubescent girl robot attempt to get to and unravel what happened to Tomorrowland, which exists in an alternative dimension, in order to save Earth."

The Tomorrowland that they keep referring to in this break-down appears to be a place where science has blown past the world we live in, and when Frank Walker was a young man, he first encountered the promise of Tomorrowland at the 1964 World’s Fair.  David Nix was there, showing off his own work, and he told Walker to come back when he was older and his inventions actually worked.  A girl named Athena saw great promise in 11-year-old Frank, though, and she snuck him into Tomorrowland.  Eventually, Frank was discovered by Nix and thrown out, but not before learning that the girl he loved, Athena, was actually a robot.

By the time we meet Frank in the film, he’s much older, and George Clooney is set to play the part.  Nix is the role that Hugh Laurie is signed for, and by the point the main story of the film kicks in, Nix has been in charge of Disneyland for many years, and he’s become rotten, corrupt.  Athena, unchanged since Frank was a young man, plays a key role in the film, and the hero is a girl named Casey who has a quick scientific mind that becomes important as the story unfolds.  Nix is a guy who values technical accomplishment over creative thinking, and when he throws Frank out of Tomorrowland, he’s not alone.  Every creative thinker is banished, allowing Nix to focus purely on aesthetics and technical advancement for its own sake.

There’s interdimensional travel, human-looking robots, and a quest for revenge on the part of Frank.  He is a bitter adult, and the film is not just about Casey’s adventure, but also about Frank rediscovering the kid he used to be.  It sounds like young Frank actually plays a decent-sized role in the film, so we may see both timelines play out to some extent.

3 March 2013 ·

From EW:
The working title has been 1952, but the top secret film being developed by Disney is now unveiling its official moniker …
Tomorrowland.
The movie will definitely star George Clooney, and it is being developed by director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, The Iron Giant) and writers Damon Lindelof and Entertainment Weekly’s own Jeff “Doc” Jensen (who has been unable to breathe a word to his colleagues. Damn him.)
Last week, Lindelof and Bird began teasing a a revelation, posting images of an archive materials box labeled “1952″ on Twitter. Inside the box, which supposedly provided inspiration for the story, is a copy of the book Model Research: The National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics 1918-1958 by military history professor Alex Roland (published in 1985), and an August 1928 edition of Amazing Stories magazine, featuring a man in a flying suit on the cover — the first appearance of the time-leaping hero Buck Rogers.
There is also what appears to be some sort of 45 record, the nozzle of a small rocket engine, and a scattering of photos of Walt Disney himself.
Update: Damon just tweeted: We won’t tell you what it’s about (yet), but we will tell you what it’s NOT about. And that would be ALIENS. #Tomorrowland

From EW:

The working title has been 1952, but the top secret film being developed by Disney is now unveiling its official moniker …

Tomorrowland.

The movie will definitely star George Clooney, and it is being developed by director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, The Iron Giant) and writers Damon Lindelof and Entertainment Weekly’s own Jeff “Doc” Jensen (who has been unable to breathe a word to his colleagues. Damn him.)

Last week, Lindelof and Bird began teasing a a revelation, posting images of an archive materials box labeled “1952″ on Twitter. Inside the box, which supposedly provided inspiration for the story, is a copy of the book Model Research: The National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics 1918-1958 by military history professor Alex Roland (published in 1985), and an August 1928 edition of Amazing Stories magazine, featuring a man in a flying suit on the cover — the first appearance of the time-leaping hero Buck Rogers.

There is also what appears to be some sort of 45 record, the nozzle of a small rocket engine, and a scattering of photos of Walt Disney himself.

Update: Damon just tweeted: We won’t tell you what it’s about (yet), but we will tell you what it’s NOT about. And that would be ALIENS.

28 January 2013 ·

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