Tags » Zero Dark Thirty

Jason Clarke Signs With WME

EXCLUSIVE: Actor Jason Clarke has signed with WME. The move comes as he has upcoming the WWII drama HHHH, opposite Rosamund Pike, and All I See Is You… 39 more words

News

Kathryn Bigelow Set To Direct a Detroit Based Crime Drama

The award winning director of Point Break, The Hurt Locker, and Zero Dark Thirty may just have her next project. There is no name for the “true crime drama” but she will be behind the camera as well as producing the film. 106 more words

MOVIE NEWS

Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal Push Back Bowe Bergdahl For 1967 Detroit Race Riots Crime Drama Pic

Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal have changed course. They were going to next make a movie on Bowe Bergdahl, and they participated on bringing to light the story of the Army sergeant captured and held by the Taliban for five years in Afghanistan, on  Serial, the Peabody Award-winning podcast that spun off from This American Life. 434 more words

News

Hollywood's Fascination With War Movies

With the recent release of Michael Bay’s film ’13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’, the PCU Crew got to talking about whether or not there was an uptick in big-budget war-themed movies.   693 more words

Culturally Speaking

Review: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

There are three types of movies: good movies, bad movies, and Michael Bay movies. It’s not that Bay’s movies can’t be good or bad; they have a certain aesthetic that makes them unique. 592 more words

Reviews

Kevin Spacey Is Running a Studio Now

Everyone knows Kevin Spacey as one of our most respected and gifted actors, winner of two Academy Awards and creator of some of the most memorable villains in recent moviedom. 317 more words

Film

Edgar Ramirez on How 'Point Break' Remake Differs From the Original

Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez, 38, was on a political communications track when a friend enlisted him for an experimental short film in the ’90s. He went on to score a Golden Globe nom for portraying a Latin Revolutionary in 2010 miniseries “Carlos,” and he also tackled terrorism as a CIA operative in 2012’s “Zero Dark Thirty.” In 2016, he’ll play pugilist Roberto Duran (with Robert De Niro in his corner) in “Hands of Stone” and a therapist in thriller “The Girl on the Train.” But first, he’ll grace the screen in two Christmas Day releases: “Point Break” and “Joy.” 218 more words

Features