Welsh actor Luke Evans is set to play Disney baddie Gaston in the remake of 'Beauty and The Beast' and says it's been like a ''dream''.
The 36-year-old actor has landed the part of arrogant baddie Gaston, alongside Emma Watson's Belle, in the remake of the Disney movie classic - and was thrilled the filmmaker who first brought the story to life on the silver screen in 1991 was on board.
Luke said: ''To be able to do 'Beauty and the Beast' with Bill Condon, I couldn't have dreamed that magic cocktail up in my head. And the fact that I got to do it, I got to sing, I got to play one of Disney's most famous bad guys...''
Continue reading: Luke Evans' Dream Job On Beauty And The Beast
Kristen Stewart has revealed she would be ''interested'' in starring in another 'Twilight' film but insists it wouldn't ''emotionally affect'' her either way.
Kristen Stewart would be ''interested'' in starring in another 'Twilight' film.
The 25-year-old beauty has admitted she wouldn't mind resurrecting her role as Bella Swan in the vampire romance film franchise but insists it wouldn't ''emotionally affect'' her either way.
She told Uproxx: ''I was so genuinely, heavily entrenched in that, and not in a way that felt like an obligation. Even though after the first one, which stood alone, it lasted a long time. It's hard to speak to a five-year period in a few sentences, but I loved doing it.
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Kristen Stewart wowed Bill Condon, the director of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Parts 1 and 2' with her ''vampire orgasm''.
Kristen Stewart impressed the director with her ''vampire orgasm'' in 'Twilight'.
Bill Condon - who was at the helm of the final two instalments of the film adaption, 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Parts 1 and 2' - has revealed he was impressed with how she acted in a particular scene.
He said: ''I'd been a fan of Kristen's before Breaking Dawn, and I loved working with her.
Continue reading: Kristen Stewart's Impressive 'vampire Orgasm'
Award-winning actress Emma Thompson is set to play Mrs. Potts in Disney's live-action 'Beauty and the Beast'.
Emma Thompson will play Mrs. Potts in Disney's live-action 'Beauty and the Beast'.
The 55-year-old actress will star in the role that was voiced by Angela Lansbury in the 1991 original animated film, while Kevin Kline has been lined up to play Maurice, Belle's father.
What's more, Disney has confirmed the eagerly-awaited movie will feature songs from the original film, as well as new tunes written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
Continue reading: Emma Thompson To Play Mrs. Potts In Beauty And The Beast
The year is 1947. Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) is 93 years old and living in almost total solitude in a farmhouse in Sussex. Here, he tries to keep himself to himself and tend to his bees, but is plagued by the fact that his once great mind has withered away to nothing. He remembers the final case he took, and how he was incapable of solving it. But now, with the help of his housekeeper's son, Sherlock Holmes shall once again solve a mystery.
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Time makes a fool of all of us; even the greatest minds will become blunt and lose their power as the years roll on. By the year 1947, Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) has reached the age of 93, and lives in solitude in a small Sussex farmhouse, dividing his time between read through his journals and tending to his bees. But when his housekeeper and her son begin to ask questions about his final, unfinished case, Holmes is forced to battle his own deteriorating mind in order to solve a mystery that would once have posed no problem to him.
Continue: Mr Holmes - Clip
Sir Ian McKellen, Hiroyuki Sanada, Bill Condon, Milo Parker and Laura Linney - 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) - 'Mr. Holmes' - Photocall - Berlin, Germany - Sunday 8th February 2015
Anthony Van Laast, Henry Krieger, Bill Russell, Bill Condon and Cast - Shots from the curtain call on the Opening night for Broadway's 'Side Show' which was held at the St. James Theatre in New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 18th November 2014
Forbes blows the proverbial cartoon trombone effect for the ill-fated Wikileaks movie.
It's been a slippery slope for Bill Condon's The Fifth Estate: first Wikileaks founder Julian Assange denounced the movie, then critics refused to be convinced, it disappointed at the box office and now it has been slapped with a great big 'flop of the year' sticker, courtesy of Forbes.
Sadly, Even Cumberbatch Couldn't Rescue 'The Fifth Estate.'
The topical movie, covering the rise of news-leaking website Wikileaks and set in a thriller format, initially seemed to be a shoo-in for success with actor-of-the-moment Benedict Cumberbatch as Assange and the Oscar-winning Condon at the helm.
Continue reading: 'The Fifth Estate' Is Stinker Of The Year In Movie Flop List [Trailer]
The creepy Twilight doll - also known as Chuckesmee - is finally revealed.
The creepy Twilight doll known only as Chuckesmee was supposed to serve as the love child of Bella and Edward in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, the final chapter in the vampire franchise.
Fans have speculated over the doll for months, which was first mentioned by cast-members around the time Breaking Dawn came out though never made it into the final cut of the film - which is jyst as well, because it's without a doubt the most terrifying thing we've ever seen.
Now, thanks to special feature from the Twilight Blu-Ray/DVD collection that's out this week, Chuckesmee is finally unleashed on the innocent public. Named after a combination of evil doll Chucky and Renesmee Cullen, the doll was said to have genuinely terrified cast-members and director Bill Condon called it "a giant misfire" and "a horror show," instead casting Mackenzie Foy to play the real life daughter of Edward and Bella.
Continue reading: Creepy Twilight Doll Cut From Movie REVEALED. Scariest. Thing. Ever.
Benedict Cumberbatch is ''thrilled'' with how WikiLeaks movie 'The Fifth Estate' looks, although he admits he was initially wary of how the film would come out.
Benedict Cumberbatch is ''thrilled'' with 'The Fifth Estate'.
The 37-year-old actor plays WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the movie and admitted while he enjoyed the role, he was ''terrified'' before he watched the finished product for the first time.
He said: ''I'm thrilled with it. I'd seen it in the States and I was terrified. I cannot watch myself for the first time, especially playing someone who is so removed from me - because of everything, the appearance, the accent. Everything about him is different.''
Continue reading: Benedict Cumberbatch 'Thrilled' With The Fifth Estate
Benedict Cumberbatch has insisted he is ''thrilled'' with new movie 'The Fifth Estate', in which he plays Julian Assange, despite complaints from the real-life WikiLeaks founder.
Benedict Cumberbatch is ''thrilled'' with 'The Fifth Estate'.
The 37-year-old actor plays real-life WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the upcoming thriller and he admitted while he enjoyed the role, he was ''terrified'' before he watched the finished movie for the first time.
He told the Independent Radar magazine: ''I'm thrilled with it. I'd seen it in the States and I was terrified.
Continue reading: Benedict Cumberbatch 'thrilled' With The Fifth Estate
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