THOR: THE DARK WORLD
Actress Rene Russo spoke with Vulture about her return as Frigga for “Thor: The Dark World,” mentioning she hopes her character gets a little more screen time in the sequel.
“You know, they cut me [down] in the first film,” Russo told Vulture. “[Director] Kenneth Branagh sent me a nice note, because he understood, he’s an actor. You move on, what are you going to do? But I think they’re going to need a good mom in the next film. Loki needs his mom. What the hell? … I have a lot of compassion for him. But we might have to have a conversation about what he just did, and I might have to have a chat with Thor. But I am so confused – is Thor my son or not? People have been telling me recently, ‘No, you’re not his mother.’ It’s all so confusing! I got to tell ya, it would be a little embarrassing if I don’t know. I need to read more about her.”
Opens November 8, 2013
Australian news website Southern Highland News reports shooting will head to Picton, Australia where scenes taking place in Alaska will be filmed. Production will start trucking snow into Picton and place it on the rooftops and roads for filming.
Opens July 26, 2013
Two new clips of the upcoming “Total Recall” remake have surfaced from Sony’s International YouTube channel and the official “Total Recall” YouTube account. The film opens in two days.
Jessica Biel spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about her role as resistance fighter Malena and developing her relationship with Colin Farrell’s Quaid.
“It’s just constant care and attention. It’s constantly Colin and I, or whoever you’re working with, going, ‘We have to give this the some time — let’s do that again and think of how we can make the scene stronger emotionally,'” Biel told THR. “I know we have to shoot the big action sequence, but if you don’t care about the two people going through it, who cares at the end of the day? And really, it’s your director. If Len didn’t care about a female character that was equally smart, cool, tough, kick-ass and emotionally vulnerable, emotionally sensitive and actually a woman, a real person, then you’re dead in the water. Because he, in the end, is the only person who has the ability to put it all together, and on this one particularly, he cared about letting this person be this well-rounded and real — in a heightened sense, but a real woman.”
COMING OF RAGE
Deadline reports Wes Craven and Steve Niles have teamed up for a graphic novel entitled “Coming of Rage” with a possible movie adaptation in the works. Created by Craven and written by Niles, “Coming of Rage” currently has no further revealed details, but “Live Free or Die Hard” producer Arnold Rifkin and Liquid Comics CEO Sharad Devarajan are currently developing the feature film with Craven.
More news on the possible title of Peter Jackson’s third film in “The Hobbit” trilogy: The One Ring reports New Line has registered more film names: “The Desolation of Smaug,” “The Battle of Five Armies,” “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” and “The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies.”
Meanwhile, ComingSoon.net has posted a few previews of the design for the limited edition “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” 3D glasses.
Opens December 14
Collider spoke with Guillermo del Toro for an hour post-CCI 2012 and the director talks about going into radio silence until the end of 2012 and when viewers can expect to see the first teaser trailer.
Opens July 12, 2013
The official Doctor Who Tumblr posted this image yesterday:
Looks like Who fans can expect a Series 7 trailer tomorrow. Keep a sharp eye out!
ANGIE HARMON ON SHE-HULK
Actress Angie Harmon, known for her love of Marvel Comics’ She-Hulk, spoke to Conan O’Brien yesterday about her love of the character and her desire to portray Jennifer Walters in a film.