Director Todd Philips has been flapping his gums about the much awaited sequel to 2009’s The Hangover, and according to the big man, this isn’t going to be just another money spinner.
It seems that a new love affair has blossomed between actors Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro. Having recently worked together on the upcoming picture Dark Fields, the two have gone in search of a new creative endeavour on which to collaborate.
The A-Team is ridiculous. But given that it’s based on perhaps the cheesiest TV series ever to star a be-Mohawked ex-wrestler with a serious thing for bling, that’s not really its fault. Anyway, the A-Team movie replaces him with a cage-fighter who has given all four of his sons the middle name ‘Rampage’, which is frankly BOSS.
The stars of new movie The A-Team turned out in style on the red carpet last night for the premiere at Leicester Square. The cast defended the film against criticism that it doesn’t match up to the ‘fun and family entertainment’ of the original 1980s TV series on which it is based.
Attention fans of the cult 80s series – a new trailer has been released for one of this summer’s most anticipated movies. The 20th Century Fox produced affair, eponymously entitled The A-Team, sees a quartet of Iraq War vets trying to clear their name with the U.S. military for a crime they did not commit.
For fans of 2009’s smash hit The Hangover it’s time to rejoice, as we can confirm that the original movie’s troublesome trio of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis have all signed up for the film’s sequel. Despite earlier hesitance from the movie’s stars to commit to the sequel, it is proposed that shooting for The Hangover 2 will commence sometime in July, with Cooper reportedly so eager to commence filming that he has pulled out of rom-com This Means War (which was also due to commence filming in July).
Valentine’s Day eh? There’s no getting away from the hatred of it. Either you’re not in a relationship and you’re sick of being reminded of the fact, or you are and you’re sick of being reminded that you’re not the lover you should be. It’s lose/lose. And no number of happy cuddly bears are going to change that. Nothing demonstrates this collective bitterness better than the natural reaction to Valentine’s Day – Garry Marshall’s sugar-coated tale of romance and heartbreak.
Sandra Bullock stars as Mary Horowitz – a socially inept crossword compiler who falls for Steve (Bradley Cooper) – a cameraman for a news channel. Her obsessive oddball behaviour drives him away but can she win him back with words?
From Brit-grit gangsters in 44 Inch Chest to hard-hitting drama in Brothers, Best For Film looks at all the upcoming releases and lets you know what’s worth the price of admission. Also up this month we’ve got the hotly anticipated crime drama A Prophet, rom-coms from Sandra Bullock, The Book of Eli, Up in the Air and heist action in Armored.
They’re two of the best comic talents to come out of the noughties – now Paul Rudd and Zach Galifianakis are teaming up in a new film to keep the tears of hilarity coming well into the new decade.