Winners of the Raven’s Ladder Dream-Cast Contest!

Here are the winners of the Raven's Ladder Dream-Cast Contest, based on a vote by a jury of the series' editors.The winners were selected for their creative, inspired ideas in casting movies of Auralia's Colors or Cyndere's Midnight. … [Read more...]

Terrence Malick is Working on a Third Film for 2010?

Must. Remain. Calm. So I can type this properly. … [Read more...]

Casting News So Extraordinary, I’m May Not Sleep Tonight

Shusaku Endo's Silence is the most harrowing novel I've ever read (yes, even harsher than The Road), and one of the most moving and profound.I've been reading about Martin Scorsese's plans to make a film version for several years now, trying to imagine how anyone could translate that riveting nightmare of a story to the big screen.Well, if he's going to do it, he certainly moving in the right direction. This news is going to make it hard for me to think about anything else for a … [Read more...]

The Day the Earth Took a Silly Walk

Scott Derrickson's The Day the Earth Stood Still becomes more and more interesting all the time.IGN is reporting that a very silly person is in talks to join the cast! Cleese will play physicist Dr. Barnhardt, a Nobel Prize laureate who plays a key part in figuring out the mission and meaning of the arrival of the alien Klaatu (played by Reeves). … [Read more...]

The Perfect Voice for Reepicheep!

NarniaWeb breaks the best news I've heard all year!! … [Read more...]

Dream cast!

If you could cast ten actors in a film, who would you bring together? Post your thoughts in the comments.I remember "casting" Ian Holm as Bilbo and Ian McKellan as Gandalf in my dream Lord of the Rings film many years before Jackson took on the project, and he did oh so well with the rest of that casting.But rarely have I been as excited about an assembling of actors as I am about the new film by Christopher Nolan (Batman Begins, Memento).I mean, just LOOK at it: Andy Serkis has … [Read more...]

Memoirs of a Geisha Gets a Dream-Team Cast

Steven Spielberg has given up on directing an adaptation of the exquisite bestseller Memoirs of a Geisha, now that he's busy with what is reportedly the most expensive film in history ... War of the Worlds.But the movie's moving forward anyway, and now Rob Marshall (Chicago) is in charge. That probably means it'll be colorful, but does Marshall have the subtlety and poetry necessary to make this anything other than a broad-stroke, commerical opera? (No, I don't mean that literally... it's … [Read more...]


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