Movie News: More 'Fifty Shades' Sequels Coming; 'Boyhood' Wins British Academy Awards

Movie News: More 'Fifty Shades' Sequels Coming; 'Boyhood' Wins British Academy Awards

Feb 09, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey: According to director Sam Taylor-Johnson, both sequels to E.L. James' book Fifty Shades of Grey will be adapted for the big screen. After the first book in the trilogy was published to great success, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed were also big sellers, and now advance ticket sales for the first movie adaptation, due out in theaters on Friday, February 13, have apparently ensured that the sequels will be transformed as well. [MTV]

 

Bleed With Me

Bleed for This: Rising young star Miles Teller (Whiplash, The Fantastic Four) appears much the worse for wear in the first look at boxing drama Bleed for This. Teller plays rising young boxer Vinny Pazienza in the true-life tale, which follows what happened after an accident temporarily derailed his championship plans in the early 1990s. Aaron Eckhart also stars; Martin Scorsese served as one of the executive producers. [The Hollywood Reporter]

 

Boyhood

Boyhood: Richard Linklater's Boyhood won the prize for Best Film at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs). Linklater and Patricia Arquette were recognized as Best Director and Best Supporting Actress, respectively, while The Theory of Everything took home awards for Outstanding British Film, Adapted Screenplay and Leading Actor (Eddie Redmayne). Julianne Moore was named Best Lead Actress for her performance in Still Alice, J.K. Simmons won Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash, and The Lego Movie was awarded Best Animated Film. [BAFTA]

 

Cut Bank

Cut Bank Trailer: Liam Hemsworth and Teresa Palmer star in the first trailer from the forthcoming thriller Cut Bank. John Malkovich and Billy Bob Thornton also star, as a small town in Montana is rocked by a murder, revealing a tapestry of secrets that threatens to tear the town apart. The movie is due out in theaters later this year. [MovieClips]

 

 

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