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Bye bye, blue birdy.
Perhaps in response to last week's spotting of Jamie Foxx traipsing around Manhattan in his smurfy Electro makeup on the set of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," director Mark Webb has now shared a first-glimpse of the Oscar-winner in his non-alter ego form, as Max Dillon.
Webb broke from his production picture-sharing tradition of generally sticking to behind-the-camera-style nerdery to introduce the pic with the caption, "My name is Max."
Now that production is in full building-to-building swing on "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" in the Big Apple, Columbia Pictures has now shot out its official presser with a few stringy plot details about the flick in its web.
In addition to assuring the return of Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Sally Field (duh), add-ons Jamie Foxx, Shailene Woodley, Dane DeHaan, Colm Feore and Paul Giamatti are also now confirmed. Get More »
All of the week's hot casting news in one fell swoop ...
• Here's another entry in the ever-growing action subgenre of "Neesploitation." Liam Neeson will do more punching and shooting and, apparently, running in "Run All Night," a thriller about a mob hit man who takes on his former boss. The "Taken" star will reunite with his "Unknown" and "Non-Stop" director, Jaume Collet-Sera. [Deadline]
• Hey, James Franco, who does your hair? The "Spring Breakers" star continues to refuse to be typecast as he's set to star in and direct "Beautiful People," a biopic about charismatic playboy and visionary Jay Sebring, the jet-setting hairstylist to the stars in the 1960s who romanced gorgeous actress Sharon Tate. Franco's quite the spitting image of Sebring, no? [Deadline] Get More »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but when that picture is a photo of the new Harry Osborn in the upcoming superhero blockbuster 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2," it's more accurate that a picture is worth about 10,000 re-tweets.
So are you ready to meet the once and future Green Goblin? Get More »
UPDATE: Sam Claflin ("Snow White and the Huntsman"), Eddie Redmayne ("Les Miserables"), Douglas Booth ("Noah") and Boyd Holbrook ("Hatfields & McCoys") are actually the ones screentesting for the role of Harry Osborn in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," according to Heat Vision.
So where all that talk of Dane DeHaan, Brady Corbet and Alden Ehrenreich came from is anyone's guess. Or maybe they tested first and they've all since been dropped from the running. We may never know.
Anyway, we just hope that J. Jonah Jameson's in this one.
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When you've got a big, sprawling historical epic like Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," all the attention tends to swirl around the lead, particularly when you've got such a magnetic one in the form of multiple Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis playing the man behind the beard.
But who are the men behind the man behind the beard?
"Lincoln" boasts one of the most impressive supporting casts in recent memory, and, since many of them are going untrumpeted in the trailers and media attention surrounding the film, we've got them front and center so you can keep an eye out for 'em as Day-Lewis chews the scenery. Get More »
"My favorite movie is probably 'Giant,' because it's an incredible performance by James Dean that I could watch over and over again.
"That's the one that really leaves me asking, 'What if he had the opportunity to do more of these things?' To see him in that movie is kind of unbelievable."
In many ways, Dane DeHaan is the emotional center of the gritty "Lawless," a Depression-era crime drama about the Virginia bootlegging operation of three brothers, played by Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf and Jason Clarke. DeHaan plays Cricket, a gentle soul who becomes a moonshine maker to assist his best friend Jack Bondurant (LaBeouf) and is later caught up in the extreme violence that occurs toward the end of Prohibition. The John Hillcoat-directed movie written by Nick Cave is based on a true story and opens in theaters on August 29.
Prior to "Lawless," DeHaan played a teen with extraordinary telekinetic powers in the found-footage film "Chronicle" and made an impression on TV shows like "True Blood" and "In Treatment." The 25-year-old up-and-comer chatted us up about the pain involved in playing Cricket in "Lawless" and his upcoming roles in two prestigious films. Get More »
This week: Liam Neeson protects a pack of plane-crash survivors in remote Alaska from a pack of territorial wolves in the survival thriller "The Grey."
Also new this week is the teen sci-fi hit "Chronicle," Glenn Close in male drag in "Albert Nobbs," the exorcism horror flick "The Devil Inside," and the Blu-ray debut of the comedy "Road Trip." Get More »
Dane DeHaan, Michael B. Jordan and Alex Russell play a trio of average high schoolers who become teen titans after a close encounter with a mysterious crater in "Chronicle."
They do all the things you'd imagine a bunch of young dudes would do with newly acquired comic book powers, but when one of them starts to turn towards the dark side, things get complicated. At the very least they'll all get a few memorable Facebook profile pics out of it all.