Kurt Russell

Kurt Russell & Director Jonathan Sobol Explore Deception and Honor in 'The Art of The Steal'

People have been conning each other on-and-off screen for hundreds of years. It can be a stale genre if not presented correctly. Enter writer/director Jonathan Sobol’s new film, The Art of The Steal. With its solid balance of action, deception, humor and heart, it remains an exciting and unique experience.

Weekly Ketchup: Disney Buys Lucasfilm, Schedules Star Wars: Episode VII for 2015

This week in movie development news pretty much seemed to begin and end with Star Wars: Episode VII. There was, however, actually other stuff going on, including Jamie Foxx in talks to play an Amazing Spider-Man 2 villain, and new roles for Zac Efron, Michael Fassbender, Colin Firth, Paul Giamatti, and Kurt Russell.

Read Original Article »

Kurt Russell and Sacha Baron Cohen Exit Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained

Director Quentin Tarantino must have written a doozie of a role for a certain Django Unchained character; not only has Kevin Costner left the picture, but now Kurt Russell has exited as well. Both veterans were slated to play the role of Ace Woody, a villainous character who trains slaves to fight each other for public amusement. Granted, the role isn’t feel-good like Man of Steel’s Pa Kent or Miracle’s Herb Brooks, but it’s a Tarantino flick; no one gets out unscathed.

Django Unchained Reveals a Stylish Teaser Poster

The Weinstein Company has revealed the very first official artwork from Quentin Tarantino's next, Django Unchained. The minimalist poster design doesn't even include the film's title, but still manages to sum up the spaghetti western tone of the December 25th release.

The things they tweet

"Happy Valentines days sweet tweets! Today is Kurts and my anniversary 29!!! Our first date. OMG! Love it! Hugs to all." Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have been an item for 29 years on Valentine's Day (14Feb12).

Read Original Article »

'Touchback' to hit theaters in April -Scenes filmed in Coopersville, G.R.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A movie that filmed scenes over a year and a half ago here in West Michigan is ready to hit theaters.

The movie, "Touchback, " is reportedly scheduled to hit theaters in the Grand Rapids market on April 27.

"Touchback" was filmed for several weeks in the summer of 2010, primarily in the Coopersville area, but also in Grand Rapids and Detroit.

Winnick making 'Marks' at Dimension

Top News:
Thesp joins con-game film opposite Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon

Read Original Article »

Don Johnson Joins Django Unchained

Tarantino adds Johnson to a cast that includes Jamie Foxx and Kurt Russell.

Read Original Article »