Here's your first trailer for Oliver Stone's new film Savages, based on the novel by crime fiction author Don Winslow, courtesy of Omnimystery News.
Reelart Media snapped up film rights to Wilbur Smith's novel Those in Peril, a contemporary thriller centered on a pirate kidnapping off the coast of Somalia and featuring ex-SAS soldier Hector Cross. The studio plans a film release in 2014.
The star of the TV series 24, Kiefer Sutherland, confirmed the long-awaited movie based on the TV show will start production in eight months. The project is described as a "direct continuation" of the television series.
Terrence Howard joins the cast that already includes Colin Farrell and Noomi Repace in the action thriller Dead Man Down. Howard will play the villain.
If you're in Toronto Oct. 26, 2012 to Jan. 20, 2013, you can visit the exhibit Designing 007 – Fifty Years of Bond Style featuring everything 007, from movie sets and costumes to gadgets and car design. The anniversary exhibition began at London’s Barbican Center before the Toronto Film Festival signed a deal to bring the show to Canada. Maybe the U.S. next?
Jimmy Smits has come a long way from L.A. Law; after recent turns on NYPD Blue and Dexter, he'll swap his suave persona for the role of a tattoo-covered gangbanger named Neron “Nero” Padilla on the FX series Sons of Anarchy.
Former Doctor Who star David Tennant will play a French spy in a new BBC show based on The Spies Of Warsaw, the best-selling novel by Alan Furst.
Bones actor Andrew Leeds is joining the new CW drama pilot Cult, about a fictional popular television show of the same name that has been linked to a series of disappearances and a possible murder.
Speaking of Bones, stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel hinted that a main character could be killed off in the season finale, when serial killer Christopher Pellant (Andrew Leeds) returns.
Actor Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica and Dollhouse) will star in a potentially recurring role on ABC's Castle series as a cold, calculated antagonist with a military background, although the part he'll play in the plot is "shrouded in secrecy."
Mary Higgins Clark (The Lost Years) and Carol Higgins Clark (Gypped) appeared on the Today Show this past week.