One Night on the Hudson follows a veteran cop who’s paired with a fresh faced rookie and it happens to be his first day on the job. The pair’s only real task is to trasport a federal witness from New Jersey to New York, but everything goes awry along the way. | Full Story
Warner Bros. has unveiled four character posters and the first trailer for The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, which looks kind of like The Prestige, except set in the modern day, a comedy, and probably not nearly as contemplative. The movie follows the duel between Steve Carrell and Steve Buscemi’s old-school, Siegfriend and Roy-ish Las Vegas magicians and Jim Carrey’s new-school, Criss Angel-type performance artist. It’s complicated by the fact that Carrell and Buscemi’s characters, Burt Wonderstone and Anton Marvelton, once the best of friends, now hate each other. | Full Story
TV series House signed off last night after airing the final episode, which was interestingly titled “Everybody Dies.”
The title, a spin on House’s veritable catch-phrase, “Everybody lies,” caused a lot of speculation that House might die during series finale. Everybody who watched the House finale last night discovered there was a death, and a funeral, but it wasn’t what anybody expected.
The first hour delivered a sort of retrospective of the series to date. | Full Story
Jessica Chastain wins the heat in the race for the role of a soldier that meets Tom Cruise on a barron burnt up earth, in the new film “Horizons”. Alongside Chastain, the film’s actors may include Olga Kurylenko(Quantum of Solace), Brit Marling (Another Earth) and Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). Chastain may have won the battle for female lead, but another casting selection will be made to play Cruise’s wife. | Full Story