With only three months of filming left for "The Dark Knight Rises," the world is Christian Bale's oyster. The Oscar-winning actor currently doesn't have any films lined up once the final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman movies wraps, but he certainly does have options.
Variety is reporting that he has five films that he could potentially join, though he's not attached to any of them yet and none are considered front-runners at this point.
The first is in the Beyonce-starring remake of "A Star is Born," which is being directed by Clint Eastwood. There's also Michael Mann's "Gold," Scott Cooper's "Out of the Furnace," Spike Lee's "Old Boy" remake and Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah." Bale is in the prime of his career right now, so any of those options would be a good one. It will be interesting to see what direction he takes his career in now that his commitment to Nolan's franchise is finished.
Check out the rest of today's casting news after the jump!
"Wonder Woman" didn't work out for Adrianne Palicki, but she'll have her shot at another franchise very soon.
Deadline reports that "Friday Night Lights" favorite is joining "G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes" as Lady Jaye, the longtime love interest of fellow Joe hero Flint (played in the sequel by D.J. Cotrona). She'll star alongside the returning Channing Tatum and Ray Park, as well as new additions Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and RZA. Further, there are rumors that Bruce Willis is joining the team as Joe Colton, the original G.I. Joe.
Check out the rest of today's biggest casting news past the jump, including some further rumblings from your next voyage to Middle-Earth!
We don’t often—or ever?—have an excuse to write about country music here on Movies Blog, but a nifty collaboration between one of our favorite character actors in film and a platinum-selling Georgia band has given us the perfect opportunity.
If you don’t know Clifton Collins Jr., you should. He was most recently seen on-screen as Eric Bana’s Romulan right-hand man Ayel. Before that he had roles as varied as a one-armed small business owner alongside Amy Adams in “Sunshine Cleaning” and death row inmate Perry Smith in “Capote.” It’s pretty hard to get away from Zac Brown these days as well. With a #1 Billboard hit single and a gold album, Brown and his band hit the big time when they released their major label debut, The Foundation, last fall. Read More...
FROM SPLASH PAGE: Last week, “Star Trek” actor Clifton Collins Jr. kicked off online speculation when he posted a series of updates on Twitter that seemed to indicate some involvement with Marvel’s live-action “Thor” movie. At the time, we offered some thoughts of our own about the characters Collins might be best suited to play in the much-anticipated film — but reminded readers that nothing was official, and that Collins might not have any connection the film whatsoever at this point.
Well, you can strike the last part of that statement, folks. Speaking to MTV News today about his “Star Trek” role and the videos he directed for the Zac Brown Band that were recently nominated for Country Music Television Awards, Collins confirmed that he had indeed met with “Thor” filmmakers about, well… something.
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