“The Founder” is a biographical drama based on the birth of McDonald’s as a fast food chain. The show revolves around an old salesman comes across the McDonald brothers in 1954, who have created a revolutionary new kitchen production system.
This is Peter Parker’s chance to prove himself — and the first thing he has to do is take down the Avengers. The debut trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming premiered Thursday during ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, presenting an extended look at Tom Holland’s inaugural solo outing as Marvel’s vaunted web-slinger following his grand Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War.
After “The Founder,” Michael Keaton will be seen in a film adaptation of Vince Flynn’s bestselling novel series, “American Assassin.” And he’ll return to the superhero world in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” though rumor has him on the villain side this time. Asked how he feels about moving from the DC world of “Batman” to Marvel’s “Spider-Man”... Read more »
After Tom Holland’s scene-stealing antics in Marvel’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’ earlier this year, everyone’s hoping ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ can perhaps be the defining big-screen version for the character. While we’d been aware that Michael Keaton (’Spotlight’, ‘Birdman’) had been linked to the baddie role, during Marvel’s panel at SDCC audiences got to see footage from the film, including Keaton in full costume as villain Vulture, as reported by Screen Rant.
Hollywood is reeling following the sudden death of Prince, who died yesterday aged just 57. Spike Lee held an impromptu block party outside his offices in Brooklyn last night, with hundreds descending on the Fort Greene neighbourhood. Lee then led an emotional sing-along of 'Purple Rain’ from his stoop wearing a purple t-shirt and according to reports 'as the event wrapped, Prince’s music could still be heard resounding from surrounding cars and apartments’.
The new ensemble set to join Tom Holland in his first solo adventure as Spider-Man continues to grow, with the addition of two new young cast members. Deadline reports that Tony Revolori (’The Grand Budapest Hotel’) has been cast in the Sony/Marvel co-production, whilst The Wrap revealed the casting of Laura Harrier (TV’s ‘One Life To Live’) - but it’s not known which characters these actors will portray. By contrast, no hints have been dropped about Harrier’s role.
The film has a lot more talent on board than just Keaton. ‘Saving Mr Banks’ and ‘The Blind Side’s director John Lee Hancock is at the helm, working from the script of ‘The Wrestler’s Robert D. Siegel. No UK release date has been set for ‘The Founder’, but it will be released in the US on 5 August.
It seems that long-rumoured ‘Beetlejuice’ sequel is still nothing more than a rumour, as recent reports that a sequel is about to start production have been declared untrue. A representative of Tim Burton told Entertainment Weekly that quotes attributed to the director were fabricated, and that no ‘Beetlejuice’ follow-up is in development. It’s particularly surprising to hear a sequel isn’t even in development, as the director and stars Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder have all spoken publicly in the recent past about their interest in revisiting the ghost with the most.
Director Tim Burton has confirmed that the long-in-gestation ‘Beetlejuice 2’ is go. Speaking to Showbiz Spy, he said: “The film is a go and has been approved by the Warner Bros. team, we have talked with the cast members we wanted for the film and they are all on board, this includes both Winona and Michael. One of the most beloved movies of the 80s, Keaton will be reprising his role as the anarchic Betelgeuse, the freelance 'bio-exorcist’ ghost who assists a recently deceased couple scare the owners of their old house into leaving.
The 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards took place yesterday in Hollywood, and saw honours awarded to many of the performers and pictures hotly tipped to clean up at the Oscars. Davis said, “diversity is not a trending topic.
Spotlight won the night’s most coveted prize at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Capping Saturday night’s ceremony in Los Angeles, the Spotlight ensemble received the accolade for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Keaton, accompanied by fellow stars Mark Ruffalo, Brian d’Arcy James, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, and John Slattery, took the stage.
Which is something that the Oscar-nominated actor has now down twice in the space a few days while out promoting his latest turn in the acclaimed ’Spotlight’, which is already gaining quite a lot of critical attention. During his recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Michael Keaton recalled a story where he found himself watching ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ alongside an Apple store employee. - The Hulk To Appear In Thor 3?
Spotlight, the indie drama that was a hit with critics during its festival circuit tour earlier this year, explores the Boston Globe’s real-life investigation into the Catholic church’s sex-abuse scandal in the early 2000s. The paper’s investigative team, played by the likes of Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Brian d'Arcy James, and Rachel McAdams, uncovered many instances of child abuse by local priests in Boston over the years. But, as this exclusive clip above reveals, their editor (played by Liev Schreiber) wants them to aim higher. ...
In 2002, Boston Globe reporters broke a story that changed the city of Boston — and the entire Catholic church — forever. The Globe’s series of articles on child sexual abuse in the Boston diocese, and the extreme measures taken by the Catholic church to hide priests’ crimes, cracked open a massive scandal with global repercussions. Now, the story of those Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters (the newspaper’s “spotlight” team) is coming to the big screen in the movie Spotlight, starring Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, and Michael Keaton.