James Bond producer Michael G. Wilson is confident that Daniel Craig will star in the fifth movie, despite the actor's negativity on the matter.
During the promotion for the fourth Bond film "Spectre," Daniel Craig painted a bleak picture of his future in the franchise, but producers seem to think otherwise. On Friday, Wilson said they are almost sure that Craig will be with them for three more years, according to a Sunday Mirror report cited by the Daily Mail.
Craig has already reportedly agreed to star in the fifth James Bond film, and all they need to secure the deal is a signed contract. An insider also told the publication that the actor has been very successful in the spy-action franchise that fans are still clamoring for him. Thus, directors would have to do one more movie with him before he is replaced, the report relays. more >>
"By the Sea" is a very special movie for Angelina Jolie Pitt because it was inspired by her grief over her mother's death in 2007 and marks her first on-screen collaboration with husband Brad Pitt after "Mr. & Mrs. Smith."
During the premiere of "By the Sea" at the AFI Fest in Hollywood on Thursday, Angelina Jolie Pitt revealed that she wrote the story after she lost her mom in 2007. She began writing because she missed her mom, even though she did not know where exactly the story was headed, according to an AP report published on CBS News.
Jolie Pitt explained that at the time, she did not know where to put her pain and grief, so she started putting together the story. Aside from being the main character in "By the Sea," she also directed and produced the film, the report details. more >>
It has been said that "religion is box office poison." Mel Gibson disproved that 11 years ago with The Passion of the Christ.
But what about Noah? What about Exodus: God and Kings? They did badly, but they were not faithful to the Bible — neither in letter nor spirit.
Meanwhile low budget Christian films made by a church from Georgia show over and over that religion is not box office poison. I refer to the Kendrick brothers, who made the recent independent film success, War Room, which I saw recently and enjoyed and found uplifting. more >>
In an intimate interview with the cast members of the upcoming film "My All American," The Christian Post spoke to actors Aaron Eckhart, Finn Wittrock, Sarah Bolger, and director Angelo Pizzo about honoring American college football player Freddie Steinmark's legacy and remarkable character through the upcoming release.
From the writer of "Rudy" and "Hoosiers" comes "My All American," the inspirational real-life account of University of Texas football player Freddie Steinmark, whose life was cut short by cancer but his legacy lives on until this day.
Official Synopsis: What Freddie Steinmark wants most in the world is to play football. Deemed too small by the usual athletic standards, his father trains him hard, and Freddie brings a fight to the game that ultimately gets him noticed - by none other than legendary University of Texas coach Darrell Royal. Awarded a scholarship and a chance to play for the Longhorns, Freddie sets off to Austin determined to make the team. Alongside his old teammate Bobby Mitchell and new pal James Street they rise to the occasion, giving the Longhorns a real chance to turn the team around. But just when they're reveling in the success of the season, Freddie suffers an injury that leads him to a shocking diagnosis and the biggest challenge he will ever face. more >>
As the seventh film in the popular science-fiction series "Star Wars" is set to premiere next month, First United Presbyterian Church in Wisconsin is preparing to host an event weeks earlier to explore what's common between Christianity and the film. Atheists are welcome, the church says.
The De Pere church will host "Star Wars: Faith & The Force" on Nov. 14, about a month before "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" premieres Dec. 18, according to the church's website.
"Today's culture produces many challenges for children and families. Come and discover how Christianity and Star Wars share similar strategies in helping young people discover, connect, and abide in God and the Force," the church says. more >>
In its failed attempt to validate discredited CBS reporting on President George W. Bush's alleged preferential treatment in the Air National Guard during the Vietnam War, the new movie "Truth" is flopping at the box office and failing to convince viewers that news anchor Dan Rather got his facts straight.
Months before the 2004 presidential election, CBS's "60 Minutes Wednesday" ran a story which claimed that Bush, the son of a congressman, was given special treatment during the Vietnam War. It alleged that Bush was taken into the Texas Air National Guard to avoid being sent to Vietnam, that he failed to complete his assignments and that he had been released early so that he could go to business school.
However, the report was based off National Guard documents and memos that were widely believed to be forgeries. As the narrative didn't include opposing views concerning the documents, many believed the report was a partisan attempt to smear Bush and cost him re-election. The report ultimately resulted in the demise of Rather's career and also cost producer Mary Mapes her job. more >>