Cameron Crowe Reviews, Interviews & More

News Roundup: New 'Oldboy' Clips, Kristen Stewart To Reunite With Jesse...

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Spike Lee's Oldboy is almost here, and we really can't contain our excitement. This week, FilmDistrict released two new clips. Check them out below. Also, it looks like Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg (who co-starred in the spectacular movie Adventureland) will reunite for another comedy. More details on that below. We also have a new poster for...

News Roundup: New 'Pain And Gain' Clips, 'The Walking Dead's' Glen Mazzara...

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Michael Bay's Pain & Gain is around the corner, and the marketing team behind the buddy movie is stepping up their game. This week, Paramount released two new clips (which are both awesome and ridiculous). Also, it's been announced that The Walking Dead's former showrunner Glen Mazzara might be the one who writes the prequel to The Shining. We also have the official...

News Roundup: Louis C.K. To Host 'SNL,' Behind The Scenes Photos From...

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Behind The Scenes Photos From Horror Movies: Carrie
Louis C.K.'s Louie won't be returning to TV until 2014. Thankfully, we'll all have a chance to catch the comedian's comedian on SNL when he hosts next month. Also, Cameron Crowe is close to locking in the male lead for his upcoming romantic comedy (still untitled), which already stars Emma Stone. We'll give you a hint:...

'Beautiful Boy' Is Cameron Crowe's Latest Project

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Cameron Crowe has been rather busy recently, and it looks like things aren’t going to let up for the writer/director anytime soon. He recently cast Emma Stone in an untitled romantic comedy (likely called Deep Tiki) set in Hawaii. Now reports are in that he has set his next project, too; Beautiful Boy, based on a novel by David Sheff.

'Indiana Jones 4' Is The Most Disappointing Movie Ever

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It’s still a bit of a touchy subject for some, but do you remember how you felt about Star Wars: Episode One - The Phantom Menace? How about Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? The Godfather Part III? Well, you may not be surprised to know these and many more have been ranked in the Top 50 most disappointing movies...

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For April 3 - 9

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With tax season upon us, it appears that studios are taking a break on collectors by not offering too much this week. That said, there's a good Steven Spielberg film, and Roman Polanski's Chinatown - which is in the running for the best film of the 1970's. There's also Cameron Crowe's latest, and a Madonna concert film are among the notables, check it out...

Matt Damon in the We Bought a Zoo Trailer

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Matt Damon in We Bought a Zoo
Getting Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson for his follow up to Elizabethtown was not a bad idea for Cameron Crowe. We Bought a Zoo is his first feature since that 2005 fiasco, and it's coming just in time for award season. Damon plays a widower who buys a zoo, and probably figures out how to deal with grief and new love in this Dramedy. Check...

First Look At Cameron Crowe's We Bought A Zoo

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We Bought a Zoo - Behind the Scenes
It's been a while since we had a Cameron Crowe feature in theaters. Luckily, we won't be waiting much longer – We Bought a Zoo is coming out this winter. While there's still no news on a first trailer, USA Today revealed a set of first look photos. From that we can get a hint that we're in for a treat. See for yourself.

Scarlett Johansson Joins Cameron Crowe's We Bought a Zoo

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After weeks of bouncing between several of Hollywood's hottest actresses Cameron Crowe has finally nailed down the female lead for his upcoming film We Bought a Zoo. According to Deadline, Scarlett Johansson has beat out Amy Adams, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Rachel McAdams to land the part.

Cameron Crowe to Direct We Bought a Zoo

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American screenwriter and film director Cameron Crowe has been confirmed to helm the adaptation of Benjamin Mee's novel, We Bought a Zoo. According to Collider, Crowe has already begun rewriting Aline Brosh McKenna's original script, making the film more to his liking.