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Michelle Pfeiffer Joins Robert De Niro in HBO Films' Bernie Madoff Project

More big names have joined HBO Films’ Bernie Madoff project, Variety has learned.

Michelle Pfeiffer will play Ruth Madoff and Alessandro Nivola will play Mark Madoff in “Wizard of Lies.” Robert De Niro is attached to play Madoff himself in the film that promises to look behind the scenes at the former investment adviser’s massive Ponzi scheme — including how it was perpetrated on the public and the trail of destruction it left in its wake, both for the victims and his own family. 129 more words


HBO's 'Wizard Of Lies' Madoff Movie A Go With Michelle Pfeiffer, Alessandro Nivola Joining Robert De Niro; Barry Levinson To Direct

Wizard of Lies, HBO Films’ long-gestating Bernie Madoff movie, starring Robert De Niro as the disgraced financier, is going ahead with a lead cast and a director. 346 more words


HBO's Bernie Madoff Film With Robert De Niro Is Finally Getting Off The Ground

HBO has been trying to get their Bernie Madoff biopic off the ground since 2011, and now it seems like the stars have finally aligned. … 153 more words


The Fan

Having recently watched and enjoyed the first two Blade films, we Goblins are in a bit of a Wesley Snipes frenzy. So when we saw… 521 more words


Movies that Capture True Chicago

While most movies set in Chicago show the iconic shots of the Willis Tower and Wrigley Field, these movies go above and beyond to really bring the Windy City to the forefront. 184 more words


August Blind Spot Review: The King of Comedy (1982)

“Better to be king for a night than schmuck for a lifetime.”
– Rupert Pupkin

SYNOPSIS: Aspiring comic Rupert Pupkin wants to achieve success in show biz by stalking his idol, a late night talk-show host who craves his own privacy. 333 more words


1995 Project: Heat, Se7en, and The White Balloon

The 1995 Project is almost over. I just have a handful of movies I want to catch up with before I determine what were the best movies movies to come out twenty years ago and I move on to another cinematic year. 840 more words

1995 Project