“Now You See Me” from director Louis Letterier magically arrives in theaters near you. It stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco, and Isla Fisher as the Four Horsemen – a ragtag group of magicians who steal from the rich to give to the poor. But the big question is – who is behind them?
Mark Ruffalo lends support as the FBI agent hot on the trail of the Four Horsemen. Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman lend credibility to the cast. Caine is the Horsemen’s benefactor while Freeman is out to debunk the magic.
Should you fall under the spell of “Now You See Me?” Take a look:
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I can't wait to interview the cast this weekend! I'll keep y'all posted!
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Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, the directing duo who gave us the fantastic Norwegian flick, "Kon-Tiki," will be helming the fifth installment of the popular "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise according to Deadline. And they were given the stamp of approval by Disney, Johnny Depp, and uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Once a deal has been agreed upon, the directors will prepare the huge movie for a possible late year or early January production start.
This may be a good thing based on the duo's Oscar-nominated Best Foreign Language film "Kon-Tiki." If you haven't seen the film yet, take a look at the trailer of "Kon-Tiki" below. Yup, it's set in water which is a good thing if you're making a "Pirates" movie.
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If you were wondering why Aragorn was not a part of "The Hobbit" film, wonder no more. Viggo Mortensen, the actor behind the man who would be king, explains why. And it's pretty simple. Because his character does not appear in the J.R.R. Tolkien novel. Duh to you!
Mortensen told "The Guardian" that before Peter Jackson and company started shooting back in 2008, one of the producers asked him if he would be interested. And he said, "You do know, don't you, that Aragorn isn't in The Hobbit? That there is a 60-year gap between the books?'"
Well, Elijah Wood's Frodo and Cate Blanchett's Galadriel made appearances in "The Hobbit" and their characters were not in the book either! Gandalf (Sir Ian McKellen) was, and so the magical wizard is playing a big part in the new trilogy.
Could it be that Mortensen is just tired of playing Aragorn? Maybe?
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You may just have to spend your time with Disney/Pixar from infinity and beyond. Walt Disney Pictures has revealed its calendar of planned release dates of new Pixar movies thanks to our friends at HitFlix. But if you want titles and plotlines, sorry, Disney is being mysterious. But here's what we know. All the films, from 2016 to 2018, are all going to be in 3-D. Here's the calendar:
- Untitled Disney animation is set for March 4, 2016
- Untitled Pixar animation is set for June 17, 2016
- Untitled Disney animation is set for November, 23, 2016
- Untitled Pixar animation is set for June 16, 2017
- Untitled Pixar animation is set for November 22, 2017
- Untitled Disney animation is set for March 9, 2018
- Untitled Pixar animation is set for June 15, 2018
- Untitled Disney animation is set for November 21, 2018
And here's another one we know. "Monsters University" will be released on June 21st, then Walt Disney Animation will unveil "Frozen" on November 27th. In 2014, "The Good Dinosaur" from Pixar will be released on May 20th, and the first-ever animated Marvel movie from Disney, "Big Hero 6,"
In 2015, we'll see Pixar's "Inside Out" on June 19th, that one is from "Up" director Pete Docter. And then, on November 25th, we'll get to swim with "Finding Dory."
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