Movie News: Cameron Crowe's Next, 'Noah' Villain First Look, 'Breaking Dawn' Arm Wrestling Clip

Movie News: Cameron Crowe's Next, 'Noah' Villain First Look, 'Breaking Dawn' Arm Wrestling Clip

Oct 25, 2012

Silver Linings Playbook

Bradley Cooper: Director Cameron Crowe has been searching for an actor to play opposite Emma Stone in a romance that he wants to begin filming next spring, and he may have found one in Bradley Cooper. Cooper is set for a starring role in David O. Russell’s next untitled project, so this could come after that. Crowe’s movie is, reportedly, a two-character piece, so obviously the chemistry between Stone and whoever takes the male lead is all-important. [Deadline]

Noah: We know Russell Crowe will play the titular role in Darren Aronofsky’s forthcoming Noah, as the biblical character who builds a giant ark, but we don’t know too much about a character described simply as his “nemesis.” In a new photo, however, we can see that Noah’s nemesis, played by Ray Winstone, gets his face bloodied and suffers a leg wound in at least one scene. How violent will the movie be? We'll have to wait until the movie is released in March 2014 to find out. [Daily Mail via The Film Stage]


Clive Owen: He’s known for action-filled dramas like Children of Men and Shoot ‘Em Up, but Clive Owen next wants to make people laugh. He’s teaming up with writers Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka (The Sitter) to make a comedy entitled The King of the Castle. The writers will be making their directorial debut with the film; Owen will star as a philandering lover who is blackmailed by a teenager. [Los Angeles Times]

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Clip: It’s nearly time for Bella (Kristen Stewart), Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Jacob (Taylor Lautner) to conclude their triangular relationship; a new clip for the final installment (for now) of The Twilight Saga shows how physically strong Bella has become, as she arm wrestles brother-in-law Emmett (Kellan Lutz). The movie will sparkle in theaters on November 16. [Yahoo! Movies]


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