The third season of "Game of Thrones" is headed to the Riverlands, and now we have our first taste of what they will look like.
Some new set photos that show the Tully estate Riverrun have hit the web courtesy of HBO Watch. Though the show follows the story of Catelyn Tully, the widowed wife of Eddard Stark, and we've met her sister Lysa in the first season, we've never had a chance to see the lands where the Tullys come from. Until now, that is.
Despite the fact that Riverrun is introduced earlier in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels, the HBO series will be visiting the ancestral seat of House Tully for the first time in the upcoming season. Two major Tully family members have already been cast: Clive Russell as Brynden "Blackfish" Tully, Catelyn's uncle, and Tobias Menzies as Edmure, Catelyn and Lysa's younger brother. No word yet on who will play Hoster Tully, the sick patriarch of the family.
The new season of "Arrested Development" is happening. We mean actually, for real happening. Last week, Ron Howard tweeted out a picture of the first script, which was a nice sign of progress but not close enough to making new episodes a reality.
Then today, Jason Bateman tweeted out two pictures of the under-construction set with a familiar face taking a tour. Yep, that's George Michael himself (not the famous singer-songwriter), Michael Cera walking around the model home and Lucille's apartment. Oh the memories!
Check out the full pictures after the jump!
We've been anxiously awaiting Clint Eastwood's next film "The Trouble with the Curve" for a while now. Not only is Eastwood returning from his three-year retirement to act in a movie directed by someone else—in this case, longtime producing partner Robert Lorenz in his feature film debut—but he's also teaming up with the likes of Amy Adams, Justin Timberlake and John Goodman.
Entertainment Weekly has our first look at the film, which is due out in theaters on September 28. The two stills the outlet premiered show Eastwood getting close with his onscreen daughter (played by Adams) as well as having some male bonding time with Timberlake's character.
We might not be able to see the exclusive "The Hobbit" footage that was shown at Comic-Con, but at least we can get a closer look at Gollum.
E! News has premiered two new images of our favorite cave-dwelling, ring-losing "Lord of the Rings" characters that fans can also see in the upcoming issue of Empire magazine. The first image shows the final product of Gollum in all his CGI glory, while the second shows Andy Serkis in full motion-capture uniform acting opposite Martin Freeman.
Both of these images seem to take place during the famous "The Hobbit" cave scene, which could be one of the potential splitting points for the two movies. In the famous scene, Bilbo Baggins encounters Gollum for the first time and also gets ahold of the One Ring.
One film you'll have to keep an eye out for this August is "Lawless," the Prohibition-era bootlegging drama from Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, and director John Hillcoat. We had chance to check it out at a screening during San Diego Comic-Con, and it's worth looking forward to, especially after Hardy killed it in "The Dark Knight Rises."
Now there are some new photos (via Hey U Guys) featuring the Bondurant boys from the film. The images give you a pretty good idea of the look of the movie, plus we always appreciate any more sneak peeks at Guy Pearce as an eccentric lawman from up north.
Check out the images after the jump!
By Meg Malone
Anything presented by Quentin Tarantino is definitely worth checking out, and "The Man With the Iron Fists" is no exception. Wu-Tang Clan's RZA has taken on triple-threat duties, directing, co-writing and starring in this project, and we are psyched to show off an exclusive image from the film.
Those rich pink, red and gold background colors are absolutely striking, and the blurred effect definitely lends itself to the fast-paced action expected from a Kung Fu movie. Not sure I would be as calm as Lucy Liu seems if I only had a fan (albeit with spikes) to protect me from a guy wielding a claw on a stick, however, as we saw in the red-band trailer released last month, we already know she can definitely hold her own in the midst of action and extreme violence.
John Hillcoat's "Lawless," starring Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf, is easily one of our most anticipated films for the rest of 2012. It's got booze, guns, and Guy Pearce as an effeminate lawman from up north. Of course, we're looking forward to it.
In the lead-up to the film, we have an exclusive look at the handguns used by three of the main characters. You can see a statistical rundown of each pistol and check out the full image after the jump!
As we get closer and closer to San Diego Comic-Con, Neill Blomkamp's vision for his follow-up to "District 9," the Matt Damon-starring "Elysium," get a little clear, piece by piece.
The latest glimpse at the upcoming sci-fi allegory gives us our first official look at Damon, all decked out for the film's futuristic setting. The photo comes from Entertainment Weekly (via The Playlist) and their exclusive-packed Comic-Con preview issue.
In the still, a bald-headed Damon wields a massive futuristic gun that would look at home in the divided Johannesburg of "District 9."
See the full picture after the jump and read more about "Elysium."
It's been months since Naomi Watts was first cast as Princess Diana in "Caught in Flight," and ever since we've been curious about how the "J. Edgar" actress would look as the beloved British princess. Well, our wait is over, and we've got to say we're impressed with Watts' seemingly perfect casting.
Watts has proved that she's a fantastic actress over the course of her two-decades-long career, so we never had any doubts that she would be able to pull off a portrayal of such an important royal and celebrity. But this movie largely hinges on her ability to look the part, which this first set photo shows that she clearly does. Her likeness to Princess Di has got to be a pretty big self-esteem boost for Watts, and is also a great part of the marketing campaign for the film.
Tom Cruise is a man with nothing to lose in this new still from "Jack Reacher."
His upcoming thriller is an adaptation of Lee Child's bestseller "One Shot," the ninth book in the "Jack Reacher" series. There have been 17 books in total, all centered around the titular ex-military policeman who became a vigilante drifter. In this film, he "finds himself drawn into the case of a sniper who randomly targets civilians."
Entertainment Weekly debuted the first official photo from the movie, and it turns out that the scene is not as calm as the still makes it seem. As a man without any possessions, the only item that Reacher can call his own is his 1970 Chevelle SS. Unfortunately, he's about to destroy it soon after this photo.