.offers up a new bit of casting for The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire - a relatively unknown actress named Meta Golding will be playing District 2's former winner Enobaria (I don't remember this character at all) - and in the doing they off-handedly make it seem as if Sam Claflin has been locked in for the part of Finnick... I thought it was only in the rumor stage still, and hadn't actually been finalized? Did I miss something? I hope I didn't miss something because I'm still holding out hope for [fill in the blank with fifty names before his].
--- Twilight of the Beats - Another trailer for On the Road can be seen at Towelroad with that hussy Kristen Stewart giving handies left and right - literally - to the Beats. More like the Beat Offs am I right? Hardy har. Anyway look how frigging adorable this cast of menfolk is:
joining director Nicole Holofcener's next movie - she's been in all of Nicole Holofcener's movies, after all - but sweet surprise to see Toni Collette's joined the cast.
maybe going to make an action movie with Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington next, with the director of Jake's upcoming Bald Cop Movie no less. It's about time Joe got around to a damn action movie, don't ya think?
--- Give Them Omar - This is the second time today I'm mentioning never watching The Wire - this time because Michael K. Williams, best known for that show, has joined the cast of the Robocop remake. MKW will always be the Jon Lovitz double in Life During Wartime to me.
--- Time To Sin Again - Mickey Rourke is going to be in the Sin City sequel, you know if the Sin City sequel actually turns into a real thing and not just an eternal pipe dream.
gets some love at The Film Experience in another stellar episode of Craig's "Take Three" column. She rules, the rest of us drool.
--- Taped Delay - Glenn and I had similar issues with the misogyny on display in the upcoming horror anthology V/H/S - unfortunately on top of that Glenn didn't find the film clever or scary at all, like I did, which allowed me to argue away some of my issues with the movie in my review.