Movie News: Jake Gyllenhaal Climbs a Mountain in First 'Everest' Image; Kate Winslet in Talks for Steve Jobs Movie

Movie News: Jake Gyllenhaal Climbs a Mountain in First 'Everest' Image; Kate Winslet in Talks for Steve Jobs Movie

Dec 22, 2014

Everest

Everest: Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin are featured in a new image from Everest, covered up against the elements. They star as mountain climbers on an expedition that goes tragically wrong; Jason Clarke, Sam Worthington, John Hawkes, Emily Watson, Robin Wright and Keira Knightley also star. The movie is due in theaters on September 18. [Flickering Myth]

 

Divergent

Steve Jobs Movie: Kate Winslet (above in this year's Divergent) is the latest star to enter negotiations to appear in the upcoming movie about Steve Jobs, to be directed by Danny Boyle. Her role is described as the female lead; Michael Fassbender will play Apple cofounder Jobs, with Seth Rogen set to costar as fellow Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak. [Variety]

 

Suburban Gothic

Suburban Gothic Trailer: The first trailer for horror-comedy Suburban Gothic reveals a suitably cracked premise. Michael Gray Gubler stars as a recent college graduate who must return home to live with his parents and is soon mixed up with the supernatural; Kat Dennings costars as a bartender who helps him out. [MovieClips]

 

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service Clip: A new video from the forthcoming Kingsman: The Secret Service features Samuel L. Jackson talking about his character, a superrich supervillain in the action movie, and is illustrated with multiple clips. Colin Firth stars; the movie is due out in theaters on February 13. [20th Century Fox]

 

 

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