Provided that you’re not like me and you’ve been able to keep up with all things Marvel, you’re now at the latest milemarker with Sony signaling the fandom with director J.C. Chandor’s Kraven The Hunter starring Aaron Taylor Johnson and Russell Crowe.
Adam Cooper’s crime thriller debut, Sleeping Dogs, gets a first look this weekend out of Cannes as Highland Film Group and Nickel City Pictures handle world sales. The new photo features Russell Crowe and Tommy Flanagan who lead the cast from a script by Cooper and co-scribe Bill Collage (Assassins Creed, Exodus: Gods and Kings).
Cameras have begun rolling in Australia for crime thriller, Sleeping Dogs, casting Karen Gillan to join the Russell Crowe starrer from Nickel City Pictures partnering and Highland Film Group. Casting additions also include Marton Csokas (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Harry Greenwood (The Nightingale) and Thomas M. Wright (Universal Pictures’ Everest).
Assassins Creed and Exodus: Gods and Kings scribes Adam Cooper and Bill Collage are on track for upcoming novel adaptation, Sleeping Dogs, which shoots this January. Academy Award winning actor Russell Crowe (Gladiator, upcoming Poker Face) is set to star in the pic with Cooper making his directorial debut for Nickel City Pictures.
Archlight Films is proudly sharing a first look at Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe’s new upcoming thriller, Poker Face. Crowe, who previously helmed the multi-award winner, The Water Diviner (2014), is directing from a script he co-wrote with Stephen M. Coates (John Doe: Vigilante).
LAND OF BAD: Russell Crowe, Liam Hemsworth Cast For September Action Thriller Shoot From ‘Underwater’ Director
Russell Crowe (Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind) and Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games, Independence Day: Resurgence) are set to star in the new action thriller film Land of Bad, it was announced on Friday. Will Eubank (Underwater, The Signal) will direct from a script he wrote with David Frigerio.
Academy Award winner Russell Crowe and actress Caren Pistorius are set to lead director Derrick Borte’s new psychological thriller, Unhinged.
We’re literally buried by story strand after strand beginning with Dr. Henry Jekyll (Russell Crowe) taking over a newly discovered crypt during an Underground expansion in London where he stumbles onto hieroglyphs above a Templar burial and encapsulating the story of Ahmanet, the daughter of a Pharoah and her glory to be a powerful ruler of Egypt. Through her own devices, she makes a magical plea with the underworld ruler, Set, to achieve her ends. It does not go well and the incantations were never completed. She is taken far away and buried alive after killing her father, the concubine, and the concubine’s son who was to inherit the throne.
Their fight scene and Jor-el’s death were charged with drama, despite happening within the opening minutes of the movie. It was Cain and Abel battling over ideals. One noble and optimistic, the other self-righteous and admittedly cruel. We are familiar with the underlying archetype presented, and note that the ethos of it is faithful to the spirit of DC comics’ universal distinction; while Marvel comics, and likewise their films, draw from everyman drama, DC is different in that their characters are drawn from a pool of grand and operatic archetypical structures. So the exchange between Jor-el and Zod is built on this definitive foundation.