Movie News: New 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Images; Natalie Portman Touted for Steve Jobs Biopic

Movie News: New 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Images; Natalie Portman Touted for Steve Jobs Biopic

Nov 27, 2014

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey: New images from Fifty Shades of Grey move the spotlight to members of Christian Grey's family. Played by Jamie Dornan, Grey is the wealthy businessman who captures the heart, body and soul of college student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson); the new pictures reveal Rita Ora, Andrew Airlie and Marcia Gay Harden as Christian's sister, father and mother, respectively. The movie will heat up theaters on February 13. [E!]

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey

 

Natalie Portman

Steve Jobs Biopic: Natalie Portman is in talks to join the upcoming, currently untitled drama about Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. Danny Boyle is set to direct, with Seth Rogen cast in a supporting role as Steve Wozniak, another Apple cofounder; Michael Fassbender is still in talks to star as Jobs. The project was recently dropped by Sony Pictures, but Universal quickly stepped in to finance and distribute it. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, based on a biography by Walter Isaacson; it's not known what role Portman would play. [Deadline]

 

Paranormal Activity 4

Paranormal Activity 5: Reportedly, filming has begun on the latest installment in the supernatural film series, which will add another dimension. Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension will be converted into 3D during postproduction, according to the report, and is still aiming for release on March 13, 2015, which is approaching mighty fast. [Bloody Disgusting]

 

The Pyramid

The Pyramid TV Spot: A new TV spot for horror-thriller The Pyramid highlights reactions by audience members to sneak preview screenings. The movie follows a small team as they explore an unusual pyramid in Egypt that holds far more than archeological secrets; it opens in theaters on December 5. [YouTube]

 

 

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