Tag Archives: Chris Cooper
Last summer's superhero reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man" was pretty cool, mostly because of the chemistry between stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, but as much as we love The Lizard, the action scenes were just kind of ho-hum. You know, fighting a big gekko is cool and everything, but we like our Spider-Men to be in a little more danger.
Well, someone at Sony apparently fells the same way, because according to Heat Vision, Oscar winner Chris Cooper has just signed on to play the sinister Norman Osborn in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."
Look out, Spidey, the Green Goblin is back! Get More »
The cinematic odyssey of amnesiatic CIA assassin Jason Bourne left a trail of bodies, property damage and wrecked cars, but there's apparently still more carnage to be mined from this franchise in this week's "The Bourne Legacy."
Picking up after (and sometimes during) the previous three movies, "Legacy" presents a new agent named Aaron Cross dealing with government duplicity as many, many bullets are fired at him, seemingly at all times. As Jeremy Renner inherits the Bourne mantle, we look back at his predecessor to help you catch up. It might be difficult, though — Matt Damon can run really fast. Get More »
We've always considered Stanley Tucci and Chris Cooper to be good "Company."
The duo will also be keeping good "Company," as they've now made the already terrific cast of director Robert Redford's ensemble thriller all the more impressive, according to Screen Daily.
"The Company You Keep" is based on a novel by Neil Gordon, which follows a former Weather Underground activist (Redford) who is pursued by a reporter (Shia LaBeouf) hell-bent on exposing his identity as an ex-political radical and his involvement in a botched robbery. Get More »
For Amy Adams, Chris Cooper and Rashida Jones, it's time to put on makeup.
You already know there's a new Muppet movie in the works, right? Of course you do -- it's the greatest entertainment-related news of the year. And it just keeps getting better. Get More »