The violent world of John Wick could be set to become a bit of a 'universe', with a female-led action movie spin-off in the pipeline.
The first trailer for new Netflix drama 'The The Bone' emerged last week, but the movie is already being accused of 'triggering' and glamorising the disease.
Lily Collins cuts a shockingly gaunt figure in the first trailer for Netflix drama 'To The Bone', co-starring Keanu Reeves.
In a clip that's going viral, Will Smith leaps into the world of The Matrix instead of Keanu Reeves. And it's pretty mind-blowing stuff.
EXCLUSIVE : I can’t recall a Sundance with this many solid sales at the midpoint of the Park City festival. Netflix is moving toward a deal to pay $8 million for world rights for To the Bone , the drama written and directed by Marti Noxon. Starring Lily Collins, Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, Lili Taylor, Alex Sharp and Liana Liberato, the pic premiered Sunday in the U.S. Dramatic section at Eccles. In a last-ditch effort to battle her severe anorexia, 20-year-old Ellen…
A powerful story about anorexia starring a paper-thin Lily Collins drew tears and applause at its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday. “To the Bone” is TV veteran Marti Noxon’s directorial film debut, a semi-autobiographical story about a young woman finding a path out of a potentially fatal illness. At the premiere, Collins said she too had struggled with anorexia as a teenager, and felt an immediate connection to the project.
“The Neon Demon” is a horror drama about a young girl who comes to Los Angeles to be a model. It stars Elle Fanning (Jesse), Karl Glusman (Dean), Jena Malone (Ruby), Bella Heathcote (Gigi), Abbey Lee (Sarah), Desmond Harrington (Jack McCarther), Christina Hendricks, (Roberta Hoffman), Keanu Reeeves (Hank), and Alessandro Nivola (Robert Sarno). “The Neon Demon” should really be R21, not for the intimate scenes but for the sheer goriness that ensures.
If you’ve ever watched Comedy Central’s hilarious sketch show Key & Peele, you know that hosts Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are big-time fans of Liam Neeson… er, Liam Neesons. The Taken actor’s slightly modified moniker entered the pop-culture lexicon thanks to a widely shared clip in which the comedic duo, playing parking valets, ramble on with unadulterated glee about the majestic badassery of “Liam Neesons” movies. “It’s inspired by that world, and certainly John Wick,” Peele told Yahoo Movies (watch above) when asked if Keanu is their take on the Liam Neeson(s) Taken trilogy.
Luke Bracey was wrapping up his press tour for Point Break, and he sounded wiped out. “I mean, the shoot was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life,” said Bracey, who not only tapped into his long-finessed surfing skills but also free-climbed Venezuela’s monstrous Angel Falls. In a way, Bracey explained, the extreme art of answering similar questions from press all day, every day for an extended stretch is a feat of strength in its own right, “a whole ‘nother beast… [that] you really don’t know how to prepare for.” The actor has appeared in other films, most notably in a mostly masked role as Cobra Commander in G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), but this was his first full-on ride through the junket rigmarole as a leading man.