This just came into my inbox, and I’m too excited for waiting more emails about it:
Ben Foster is in talks to star in the upcoming sci-fi thriller â€˜Prometheusâ€™, who joins the cast of the movie directed by Ridley Scott. Ben who has worked in â€˜Mechanicâ€™ and â€˜The Messengerâ€™, will now join the cast of the movie with Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba, Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Sean Harris and Logan Marshall-Greene. It is also believed that, Ian Holm, Lance Henriksen, Winona Ryder also joined the cast of the movie â€˜Prometheusâ€™.
â€™Prometheusâ€™ is turning into one of the most exciting and anticipating movies in production is expected to reach the theaters on June 1, 2012 in 3D. The synopsis of the story has been revealed recently. It tells about a team of scientists and explorers, who are set on a thrilling expedition, which tests them physically and mentally, which also strand them on a different and distant world. There they will discover the answers of most fundamental questions and the ultimate mystery of life.
I’m building a new video archive, where you’ll be able to watch the videos (just like youtube), and just uploaded some official video interviews posted on “The Lois Wilson Story” official website.
For now on, we only have 7 videos (all this movie related), and you can watch it on this link:
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Winona Ryder has joined the cast of Ron Howard’s infidelity comedy “Cheaters.”
Previously reported under the title “Your Cheating Heart,” but referred to by Deadline Hollywood as “Cheaters” (though it’s hard to tell if its just their shorthand in getting the story up or a legitimate title change) the film centers on a man who finds out his best friend’s wife is cheating, only to struggle with what to do with the knowledge. Vince Vaughn is set to play the man struggling the knowledge, while Ryder will play the cheating wife married to Kevin James. The film is based off an idea by Brian Grazer, produced by Vaughn and Imagine Entertainment and has been adapted into a script by Allan Loeb (“Wall Street 2,” “The Baster”).
While it was previously reported that this wouldn’t go in front of cameras until next year, the film is now being prepped for a spring shoot in Chicago.
Source: The Playlist & Deadline Hollywood
Yes, there will be a sequel to the 1988 cult dark comedy “Heathers,” starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
Ryder is pretty excited, because it means appearing in a follow-up to the film that made her famous oh-so-many years ago. She tells Us Magazine:
“Whatever you hear, there is a sequel in the works. I swear to God. But for some reason the writer Dan Waters and director Michael Lehman don’t want to talk about it. I’ve been wanting to do a sequel forever. There is a story, and Christian [Slater] has agreed to come back as a kind of Obi-Wan character.”
In the photo: Winona Ryder and her “Heathers” costar Christian Slater were the Kristen Stewart/Robert Pattinson of their day. Here they are the Oscars in 1989.
IESB.com has posted an overview for the main characters of Star Trek. Winona is mentioned, of course, when talking about Spock. Quinto, also, talk about Winona:
When the U.S.S. Enterprise leaves the dock for the first time headed for the stars, one officer aboard stands worlds apart from the rest: the man known simply as Spock. Spock was born on the planet Vulcan, a world where emotions became so out-of-control that they were done away with forever in favor of pure logic. However, Spockâ€™s mother is human, leaving Spock to grow up fighting an internal battle between the rational and the instinctual. As Spockâ€™s father, Sarek, tells him: â€œYou are fully capable of choosing your own destiny . . . this is something only you can decide.â€ (…)
Quinto also enjoyed working with two other classic characters who play a pivotal role in â€œStar Trekâ€: Spockâ€™s bi-galactic parents, his earthling mother Amanda Grayson and his Vulcan ambassador father Sarek, played respectively by two-time Academy AwardÂ® nominee Winona Ryder (â€œThe Age of Innocence,â€ â€œLittle Womenâ€) and the British actor Ben Cross, renowned for his role in the OscarÂ®-winning â€œChariots of Fire.â€ Together, the two created a starkly contrasting yet richly sophisticated couple. â€œWinona brought a real tenderness to the role and she really highlights the juxtaposition between her heartfelt way of being and Sarekâ€™s logic,â€ Quinto says. â€œBen was such a great energy to be around. He has such certitude and a groundedness as Sarek that I was able to connect with him right away.â€
To read the complete overview, go to IESB.com