Bale is in talks to star as John Connor (now in his 30s) in the fourth installment of "Terminator," now called "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins."
McG (why him?) is directing the project for Warner Bros.
So Bale's film future is shaping up to be:
Summer 2008 "The Dark Knight"
Summer 2009 "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins"
The actor, known to bounce from indie-fare to commercial flicks, is also attached to "Killing Pablo," about the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar (I just finished reading the gripping Rolling Stone article about America's failed war on drugs).
I love Christian Bale! I had a great interview with him for "The Prestige." He's incisive and thoughtful, and sweet!
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Moviegoers have been "Enchanted" at the box-office, ignoring the only new, major release, "Awake."
"Enchanted" spread its magic, yet again, to the tune of $17 million!
"Awake," which wasn't shown to critics, fell asleep at the box-office, landing at number 4 with a $6 million take.
What are you going to do now Miss Jessica Alba?
Here's the complete list of the top 10 box-office films for week of Nov. 30th.
1. "Enchanted," $17 million.
2. "This Christmas," $8.4 million.
3. "Beowulf," $7.9 million.
4. "Awake," $6 million
5. "Hitman," $5.8 million.
6. "Fred Claus," $5.6 million.
7. "August Rush," $5.2 million.
8. "No Country for Old Men," $4.5 million.
9. "Bee Movie," $4.47 million.
10. "American Gangster," $4.3 million.
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Congratulations to director Christian Mungiu and his stirring film "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days” for winning big at the 20th European Film Awards!
And that Helen Mirren, she continues to mesmerize in "The Queen."
Here's the complete list of winners:
FILM: “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days,” Cristian Mungiu (Romania)
DIRECTOR: Cristian Mungiu, “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days,” (Romania)
ACTRESS: Helen Mirren, “The Queen” (U.K.)
ACTOR: Sasson Gabai, “The Band’s Visit” (Israel, France)
SCREENWRITER: Fatih Akin, “The Edge of Heaven,” (Germany)
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Frank Griebe, “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer,” (Germany, France, Spain)
PRIX D'EXCELLENCE: Uli Hanisch for Production Design, “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer,” (Germany, France, Spain)
COMPOSER: Alexandre Desplat, “The Queen” (U.K.)
DISCOVERY: “The Band’s Visit,” Eran Kolirin (Israel, France)
DOCUMENTARY - PRIX ARTE: “Paper Cannot Wrap Up Embers,” Rithy Panh (France).
SHORT FILM - PRIX UIP: “Alumbramiento,” Eduardo Chapero-Jackson (Spain)
PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR BEST EUROPEAN FILM: “La Sconosciuta” (The Other Woman), Giuseppe Tornatore, (Italy)
CRITICS AWARD - PRIX FIPRESCI: “Private Fears in Public Places,” Alain Resnais (France, Italy)
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Jean-Luc Godard Achievement in World Cinema: Michael Ballhaus Prix Eurimages
CO-PRODUCER AWARD: Margaret Menegoz, Veit Heiduschka Honorary Award: Manoel de Oliveira
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The only new flick opening this week is "Awake" and they're not even showing that to critics!
So, it's catch up time at the movies!
Here are the films you've got to see right now, and movies, I'm dying to watch in December!
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An upcoming flick received the Critics' Choice seal of distinction!!!
So what's the Critics'Choice seal of distinction? Well, it is a recognition given to new movies receiving a high Critics' Choice Ratings score in the weekly voting.
Specific Critics’ Choice Ratings numbers for current releases or those dating back the past five years are available at www.bfca.org.
So which film just received the Critics' Choice seal of distinction?
Well, mozzy on down! Read More...
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