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For all of the memorable roles Leonardo DiCaprio has disappeared into, he has never played a character on the level of Calvin Candie, the evil plantation owner in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming "Django Unchained."
We've seen a little bit from Candie in the first trailer from "Django," and DiCaprio looks like he's having some fun, chewing every bit of the scenery and looking good in pre-Civil War duds, like in this new photo (via The Playlist).
But that's only half of the picture when it comes to Candie. He is a very, very bad man.
We've been dying to see "Oz: The Great and Powerful" for years now, and even though it started filming a year ago, we still haven't seen any stills or footage from the movie. So consider us a little starved for anything to do with the great and powerful Wizard of Oz.
That's why we were so excited that the folks over at the James Franco Forever fansite posted what is our first look at the upcoming movie. Sure, it's just a shoddy snapshot of an Italian tease for the Sam Raimi flick, but that's more than anything we've had before. And we've got to admit, we like the look James Franco has going on as the titular Oz.
Now that the final "Harry Potter" movie has come out, Warner Bros. is putting together the ultimate DVD collection, packaging all eight films into one massive set. The "Harry Potter Wizard's Collection" will not only include films one through eight, but also a ton of extras and collectibles from the movies.
We are lucky enough to be able to bring you an exclusive look at one piece of memorabilia that comes with the "Wizard's Collection."
As part of the collection, several concept art sketches are included in the package. To celebrate the release, we have been given a drawing from "Harry Potter" production designer Stuart Craig.
Check out the full drawing after the jump!
When Season 4 of "Breaking Bad" ended last year, it was difficult to guess where the show was headed next. What was not so difficult to see was that things were probably going to go poorly.
Giving us our first look at the Season 5 premiere, a new set of photos gives us a hint of what's to come for Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
The photos come courtesy of E! Online, and return Walter, Jesse, and the viewers to a familiar location that hasn't been seen recently.
Check out the new photos from the fifth season of "Breaking Bad" after the jump!
If you've ever seen "Raging Bull," the film's iconic opening credit sequence is likely burned in your brain. "Intermezzo" from "Cavalleria rusticana" plays as Robert De Niro gracefully bobs up and down in the stark tones of Martin Scorsese's now legendary use of black and white.
Well, the first stills from "Raging Bull 2" are the opposite of that.
The sequel, which actually exists and is actually filming right now in Los Angeles, has no creative connection to Scorsese's original. Neither he nor De Niro is involved in anyway. The "film" comes from the active imagination of writer/director Martin Guigui.
Check out the full photos after the jump.
This post will discuss plot points from the previous season of "Breaking Bad."
The explosive demise of former drug king Gustavo Fring only seems like it happened a few short weeks ago, but that flurry of water cooler conversations was last October. We are now less than a month away from the beginning of the end for Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
That being the case, promotional materials for part one of the final season have begun to trickle out, and today, three sets of images popped on the web. The photos comes from Vulture, EW.com, and TVGuide, and frankly don't help us with our painful need for more Heisenberg.
No, there hasn't been a new person cast as the title character in the upcoming remake of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." That is still Ben Stiller, despite the fact that he looks like he could be about 75 years old.
These new images from the film come courtesy of The Blemish, and show Stiller and his costar, Kristin Wiig, wearing some heavy prosthetics to look a lot older than they actually are. In fact, we didn't even recognize Stiller at first glance. Hopefully this isn't a sign of how he'll actually look when he gets to that age, because he's got quite the classic grandpa look going on.
With all of the controversy that "Prometheus" has drummed up since its release a week ago, the last thing Ridley Scott's most recent movie needs is more mystery. But last week, John O'Connor from Creatures, Inc., the effects shop behind some of the extraterrestrials in "Prometheus," posted some behind-the-scenes photos to his Facebook page that could possibly complicate matters even further.
The pictures are big spoilers for "Prometheus," so for those of you who haven't seen it, we're keeping everything about the last update after the jump.
Read on to see the new "Prometheus" photos.
Okay, we get it already, Ashton Kutcher is sort of the perfect casting choice for a young Steve Jobs.
After he was cast in the upcoming Jobs biopic that's been appropriately titled "jOBS," we've seen plenty of pictures pop up online comparing the "Two and a Half Men" star to a younger version of the Apple co-founder. We'll admit, it's hard to deny the striking resemblance. Now some photos from the Los Altos set of "jOBS" have hit the web, and it turns out that the crew has made great casting decisions across the board.
It's been more than two months since Hugh Jackman tweeted the first image from "Les Miserables," and our excitement for the movie has only grown in the time since. USA Today has nine new pictures of Tom Hooper's musical adaptation, and they give us a good idea of what the various eras of the story will look like.
Needless to say, they'll look great. Hooper perfected period pieces with Oscar-winner "The King's Speech," and his appreciation for "Les Miserables'" source material comes across in these images. It's also a treat to see Hugh Jackman in many of his incarnations as leading man Jean Valjean, as well as get a sneak peek of Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne and Samantha Barks disappearing into their roles.