Friday, December 14, 2012

News: Dec 14, 2012

50 High Resolution Screengrabs From The New MAN OF STEEL Trailer

This week, Warner Bros. Pictures have released the second theatrical trailer for the Zack Snyder-directed Superman reboot, Man of Steel. The footage showed a lot of great scenes, so here are fifty high resolution screengrabs from the preview... (Comic Book Movie)

Hugh Jackman gets his star on Hollywood Walk of Fame  

Hugh Jackman got his star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on Thursday, introduced by Jay Leno and supported by his "Les Miserables" costars Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried.

"I believe this is the 2,487th star on the Walk of Fame," Jackman told the crowd, "however, apart from Lassie, I'm the only one who's gotten it for playing the same character in 15 movies." (Los Angeles Times)

Cameron Mackintosh's 25-year project--bringing Les Miserables to film
“Anne Hathaway’s ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ is utterly amazing and it could have only happened like that on the screen. Russell Crowe (who plays Javert) wanted the inevitability that he would kill himself to be the key to his part. You can act all that behind the eyes on film. Try it on stage and it would look like Howard Keel was back again,” laughs Mackintosh, evoking one of the most macho and blustery of all musical leading men. (Toronto Star)

Exclusive Interview:  Les Miserables Director Tom Hooper
Few directors have risen so quickly in the last few years within the ranks of filmmakers as Tom Hooper. Having made a name for himself directing award-winning movies for television, Hooper ably got over the dreaded sophomore slump curse by making The King's Speech as his second feature. That went on to win multiple Oscars two years ago, not only for Best Picture but also for Hooper himself, which must have contributed to his decision to drive himself to take on the even bigger challenge of directing a film adaptation of the stage musical Les Misérables, written by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublilstage based on Victor Hugo's novel set in 19th Century France (


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