Ryan Gosling, a former Mousekeeter in the 1993 revival of the Mickey Mouse Club, may be coming back to his roots soon. That is, if talks about him taking the lead in a Disney movie under development called "Haunted Mansion" turn out to be true.
First reported by The Wrap, Gosling has been seen with Mexican director Guillermo del Toro during Oscar weekend spending time on the numerous rides and attractions in Disneyland, including Haunted Mansion. The movie adaptation of the famous Disney ride was announced in 2010 during the Comic-Con, with del Toro attached to it as director. Del Toro and Gosling's recent collaboration was during the SXSW where del Toro moderated a panel with Gosling about his directorial debut "Lost River."
"Haunted Mansion" is said to be supernatural family friendly adventure film. The first draft of the script is being written by D.V. DeVincentis, who previously worked on "High Fidelity." Plot details are being kept under wraps. more >>
Scarlett Johansson, one of the staple actors in the growing Marvel Cinematic Universe, recently revealed that she has already been handed over with the script for the upcoming superhero film "Captain America: Civil War." And based on what she said, the movie will take on a different aspect which will surely surprise fans.
In a recent interview with Collider during the press promotion for the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the 30-year-old actress shared some interesting details about "Captain America 3."
"I have read the script for Civil War. You know, the film has a very different feeling than anything of Marvel's that I've read or been a part of before. These films are — I don't think darker is the right word because there's definitely always going to be some kind of levity, and that comes in a form of humor or hope," she said. more >>
When Jamie Bell was cast to play the character of Ben Grimm or "The Thing" in the reboot of "Fantastic Four," many observers could not believe how the likes of Bell, who first made his film debut as a young ballet dancer in "Billy Elliot," would do the role. The casting news also came with details about how the film's director, Josh Trank decided to make use of motion capture technology for "The Thing" instead of the usual prosthetic suit that was used in the previous movie.
Bell, in a recent interview reported in The Huffington Post, shared some details about he prepared to play one of the Fantastic Four. The 29-year old actor mentioned that he worked closely with renowned performance capture actor Andy Serkis for the film. Serkis is known for his work in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy for the character Gollum, "King Kong" and "Planet of the Apes."
In order to do justice to the character of "The Thing," he listened to Serkis, whom he also considers his mentor, having worked with him before. more >>
NEW YORK — Annabel Beam's incredible story of faith and overcoming adversity is retold in her mother Christy's newly released memoir Miracles From Heaven and in an exclusive interview with The Christian Post on Tuesday, the 12-year-old schoolgirl recalled meeting Jesus Christ, which set the premise for the book.
Three years ago, a then-9-year-old Annabel fell headfirst 30 feet inside a hollowed-out cottonwood tree while playing with her sisters on the family farm in Texas. Miraculously, she escaped without injury and later told her parents that she went to heaven and sat in Jesus' lap after the accident.
She previously described Jesus as having "a beautiful long white robe, dark skin and a big beard — kinda like Santa Claus, but not really." more >>
The cast of "Pitch Perfect 2" showcased their rapping skills in the newly released clip for Universal Pictures' upcoming film "Pitch Perfect 2."
"Pitch Perfect 2" is due to hit theaters on May 15 this year, and the cast of the movie displayed their rapping proficiency in a showdown with a European a cappella group in the new clip for the Universal Pictures film.
Audiences first viewed the video when it was introduced at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards by the movie's stars, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp and Hailee Steinfeld. more >>
Marvel recently released the new trailer for "Ant-Man" showing actor Paul Rudd as the ultimate secret weapon, and giving audiences a first look at the film's villain, Yellowjacket.
Amidst thousands of ants, Paul Rudd learns his powers and clashes with villain Yellowjacket in the first trailer for "Ant-Man" released by Marvel.
Representing the 12th and last film in phase two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Ant-Man" tells the story of a petty thief Scott Lang, who has stolen a mysterious substance that allows him to shrink in size but increase his strength exponentially. more >>