Michael K. Williams, The Thief, Talks About "The Road" 

I love this dude! Michael K. Williams is funny and sweet, and a terrific actor! In this interview, we talked about:

*** His involvement with the film
*** His character, The Thief
*** A brief history of Michael K. Williams, the actor and the person, and how he got into acting
*** The Wire
*** His next big projects including Martin Scorsese's "Boardwalk Empire"

Here's more info on "The Road" courtesy of Yahoo Movies:

Cast and Credits
Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Robert Duvall, Guy Pearce, Molly Parker
Directed by: John Hillcoat
Produced by: Todd Wagner, Mark Cuban, Marc Butan

An epic post-apocalyptic tale of the survival of a father and his young son as they journey across a barren America that was destroyed by a mysterious cataclysm. It imagines a future in which men are pushed to the worst and the best that they are capable of -- a future in which a father and his son are sustained by love.

Genres: Action/Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction/Fantasy and Adaptation
Running Time: 1 hr. 53 min.
Release Date: November 25th, 2009 (wide)
MPAA Rating: R for some violence, disturbing images and language.

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Hugh Jackman to Star in Sci-Fi "Real Steel" 

Hugh Jackman is set to star in "Real Steel," a robot meets boxing sci-fi tale based on a short story by Richard Matheson.

Variety told us that "story centers on a fighter who has to reinvent himself when human boxers are replaced by robots. Jackman will play a struggling Robot Boxing promoter who finds a discarded robot that always seems to win. He also discovers he has a 11-year-old son, and they bond as the robot brawls its way toward the top."

"Real Steel" is from the creative minds of Steven Spielberg's Dreamworks. This will be the company's first project since securing $825 million in financing for the reconstituted DreamWorks.

Dan Gilroy wrote the original script and John Gatins penned the most recent draft. Shawn Levy is set to direct.

Production on this robots sports film is set to start in June.

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Tommy Lee Jones Says Goodbye to Matthew McConaughey and "The Lincoln Lawyer!" 

Tommy Lee Jones was supposed to direct and co-star with Matthew McConaughey in "The Lincoln Lawyer," but he has left production of the adaptation of the Michael Connelly novel.

The reason? Chalk it up to the good, old "creative difference" excuse.

Apparently, Jones and Lakeshore Entertainment disagreed over the script written by John Romano.

Lakeshore is reportedly looking for another director to begin production next spring.

Meanwhile, Jones is in post-production on HBO's "The Sunset Limited" based on a Cormac McCarthy play that Jones directed. Variety is also saying Jones is readying an adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's "Islands in the Stream." On the bigscreen, Jones most recently wrapped the John Wells-directed "The Company Men" with Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner.

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"The Road" Movie Review 

“The Road” is the long-awaited big screen adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s (“No Country for Old Men”) beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Originally scheduled to be released in November of last year, the film was pushed back to open this Thanksgiving weekend.

The journey for “The Road” from the pages to the big screen may have been long and arduous, but the film version of the post-apocalyptic tale is a must-see. If you enjoyed the cliché-ridden images of “2012,” it’s now time to celebrate the triumph of the human spirit in “The Road.” Read More...

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Remember "The Howling?" It's Set to Be "Reborn!" 

"The Howling" is set to terrorize theaters again! Independent film producers Joel Kastelberg and Moonstone Entertainment's Etchie Stroh are re-booting the franchise as "The Howling: Reborn."

Variety told us that former studio marketing exec Joe Nimziki, who worked at New Line, MGM and Sony, will make his feature directorial debut from his own script.

With all the "Twilight Saga: New Moon" mania going on, you know this is bound to happen.

I love the original film. John Sayles wrote the script and Joe Dante directed the 1981 flick. Dee Wallace-Stone played an anchorwoman being stalked by a serial killer who later turns out to be a werewolf...tan dan dan...

Production is set to begin in February for a Halloween release. No word on plot yet, but for now, let's relive the original. Take a look at the trailer of the 1981 horror flick:

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