Tag: Clint Eastwood
Sometimes, the world of movie casting can get pretty intense. Unlike writers, directors, or producers, there can be dozens of actors involved in a movie. Because of this, new casting for movies is happening ALL THE TIME. Well we here at TMP try our best to provide you with the biggest and most important casting news, sometimes, there are some smaller ones that slide throgh the cracks. Role Call is here to fix that. Every week, we will take a dive into the world of film casting, from the biggest Hollywood blockbusters to the smallest of indie films. Well most Role Call's will be a round up of all the casting announcements made during the week, we'll sometimes take a break to focus on another realm of casting, from the evolution of an actor to his 5 greatest roles. But no matter what we do, one thing is for sure: the world of movie casting is a big place, and Role Call is here to help you forge your way through it!
This week, we got about a billion new projects for Russell Crowe, a new role for Shia LaBeof, and two literary adaptations for Oscar nominee Viola Davis.
When it comes to directing, Clint Eastwood is so-so. Films like Unforgiven, Million Dollar Baby, and Mystic River are great. But sometimes, he'll deliver fluff like Invictus, Hereafter, or Changeling. And in all honesty, this first trailer for J. Edgar...I don't know what camp it will fall on.
Of the human condition, that kaleidoscope of ethereal emotion and imagery, there are subjective concepts that can only be perceived through dream and imagination. Films generally approach such topics with a scrutinizing eye in the sense of entertainment, but with little honesty. Clint Eastwood's newest drama, Hereafter, boldly stands as one of the most forthcoming treatments on the extremely potent subject of death and what we dream of beyond that final transition.
Holy crap, Leonardo Di Caprio looks like Leonardo DiCaprio! What a transformation!
I’m sure you’ll be happy to know that Clint Eastwood is releasing a new film after his 10 month hiatus. About time, man. Thankfully, this is something we’ve never seen Clint Eastwood do before.