All posts tagged "Anthony Hopkins"

  • Noah (★★★)

    If there’s two things out there that I really don’t enjoy, it’s stories from the bible and fantasy epics in the vein of The Lord...

  • No Country for Latin Women at the Oscars

    WOMEN IN CINEMA: When it comes to handing out Oscars for acting, the Academy has always maintained gender equality. Female actors are recognized just as...

  • First Two Trailers Arrive for Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’ Starring Russell Crowe

    Despite some of the recent behind the scenes turmoil brewing about the final cut of Noah (as well as how to balance out courting a...

  • Thor: The Dark World (★★★½)

    You know a franchise is a keeper when its films start becoming comfortable in their own skins, self-assured and confident with every grand — and...

  • New Poster for ‘Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World’ Debuts!

    New poster has dropped for the upcoming Marvel film, Thor: The Dark World, the sequel to 2011 hit starring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman.  The...

  • New Trailer for ‘Red 2′

    Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and Mary-Louise Parker are back for the sequel to the action/comedy film, Red. In Red 2, the returning gang...

  • Circuit 3: Anthony Hopkins

    Sir Philip Anthony Hopkins was born December 31st, 1937, in Margam, Port Talbot, Wales. At a young age, Hopkins was encouraged to become an actor by...

  • Snippet Reviews: ‘Hitchcock,’ ‘Killing Them Softly,’ and ‘Any Day Now’

    Sacha Gervasi’s much-anticipated Hitchcock was supposed to deliver a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the Master of Suspense’s masterpiece (Psycho) and its improbable success. Instead,...

  • Hitchcock (**)

    One of the more intriguing additions to the slate of Oscar contending films in 2012 is Hitchcock, a quasi-biopic which focuses on the legendary Alfred...

  • Weekend Openings: (11/21-11/23)

    What better way to start off the extended holiday weekend than stranded on with boat with a tiger in the visual and spiritual journey that...

  • Morning spent with the cast and crew of ‘Hitchcock’

    Press junkets are a strange animal, to say the least. Sometimes they’re a lot of fun, but sometimes they can frankly be a mess. Luckily,...

  • Hitchcock (***)

    There’s a lot of different ways that one could approach a biopic of legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, but director Sacha Gervasi has certainly found a...

  • Oscar Circuit – “Master” of Networking?

    As the awards season is underway, multiple scenarios are playing out in my mind suggesting what can occur for the remainder of the year.  Films...

  • Gold Derby Confirms Christoph Waltz being campaigned as Lead Actor

    We spoke about this possibility on a podcast a few weeks back but it seems that a source as confirmed to Tom O’Neil of Gold...

  • Two Lead Contenders on Lionsgate Awards Plate

    When the Lionsgate Awards site went LIVE today and listed their slate of contenders involving Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Fisher Stevens’...

  • Ten Best Performances of Anthony Hopkins

    Anthony Hopkins won his first Academy Award on his first ever nomination at the age of fifty-four in 1991 for his brilliant performance in The...

  • Hitchcock (***½)

    Sacha Gervasi’s Hitchcock is a curious creation. Adapted from Stephen Rebello’s biographical novel, Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, this biopic of “The Master...

  • Directors Needing the Biopic Treatment

    With Hitchcock waiting release, and looking like it might nab Anthony Hopkins some Oscar attention for Best Actor, I got thinking about the history of...