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The first official teaser poster for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.
Prometheus, starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Patrick Wilson, Logan Marshall-Green, and Ben Foster, will be in theaters on June 8th, 2012.
Ridley Scott, director of ‘Alien’ and ‘Blade Runner,’ returns to the genre he helped define. With ‘Prometheus’ he creates a groundbreaking mythology in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.
Oren Moverman’s crime drama “Rampart” is a gritty movie centered on an L.A. cop “doing bad things to bad people,” the director told TheWrap’s Sharon Waxman Monday night in a video interview following a Q&A at the Landmark Theater.
But he, and co-stars Woody Harrelson (the bad cop in question), Ben Foster and Brie Larson couldn’t stop goofing around after answering audience questions at TheWrap Awards Screening Series.
They turned dead serious, however, talking about Harrelson’s work in the movie.
The actor said playing “Date Rape” Dave Brown was a good challenge for “a lazy son of a bitch” like him.
“On the other hand,” he admitted to TheWrap’s Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman, “I felt like I was in a state of paranoia, and everything around me was dissolving, and was putting everything precious to me at risk.
“And that wasn’t the most pleasant feeling,” he said. “But when we did finally wrap that was a very satisfying day.”
Sharon Waxman, Oren Moverman, Woody Harrelson, Brie Larson, Ben Foster, Sammy Boyarsky and Anne Heche at TheWrap’s Awards Season Screening Series Presents ‘Rampart’ – Q&A on November 21, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
Oscar winning director Fernando Meirelles, famed for his 2002 masterpiece City of God, opened the festival with 360. A tale of intertwining and destructive sex lives written by Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon), the film stars Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Ben Foster and standout actor Anthony Hopkins in leads. “I was very surprised to open the London Film Festival because this is not a bombastic film. It’s a simple, small film, and doesn’t feel like an opening night kind of film,” Meirelles told us when we met him in London’s Mayfair Hotel.
Warm and unassuming, Meirelles also explains to Crane.tv why he no longer reads reviews, “I gave up four years ago, and I’m happy I did. We showed this film in Toronto…and there was a review from The Guardian, which was very violent and destructive. When it’s a bad critic you feel bad and you keep answering the journalist and when it’s a good critic you become very indulgent.”
While 360 is most definitely a slow burner – the results of characters frivolity doesn’t fully come to fore until towards the end credits – Meirelles deserves praise for creating an engaging, subtle piece in a world where 3D explosions rule the roost on the silverscreen, and also for his honesty in answering all of our questions without a hint of Hollywood grandeur. Now that’s refreshing from an Oscar winner.
Next up for FOSTER is RAMPART, a crime drama loosely based on actual events occurring at the infamously corrupt Los Angeles police station of the same name. Directed by OREN MOVERMAN (THE MESSENGER) from a story by JAMES ELLROY, cast members joining FOSTER are STEVE BUSCEMI, SIGOURNEY WEAVER, ROBIN WRIGHT, WOODY HARRELSON, ICE CUBE, CYNTHIA NIXON and ANNE HECHE. As one of the producers of RAMPART, FOSTER is taking a very “hands-on” approach to its release. During this recent interview, he talked about this new aspect of his career.