The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson’s long-awaited return to the director’s chair, has released a brand new poster featuring a recurring image of the film’s three leads, Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams….
So what new physical challenges did you face for The Dark Knight?
We’ve gone a bit further with Keysi, the martial art we learned for the first one.
I’m actually learning how to do it more realistically than ever before, though it’s such an extremely violent way of fighting; there are literally moves where you tear someone’s cheek away from their face, or rip their nose off – every part of you becomes a weapon. It’s formidable.
Batman doesn’t kill, so we can’t have him doing that: we modify it.
Terminator rights could get bought by Indie financier
Indie film producer Megan Ellison has made a bid for the rights to the new Terminator film.
With Arnold Schwarzenegger keen to return for a fifth time-travelling action-fest, and Justin Lin pitching his idea for a fivequel all over town, Ellison has emerged as an unusual potential financier for the film.
An auction is taking place at the moment as the rights to Terminator move to change hands, with Lionsgate a clear frontrunner to take home the contract.
But now Ellison’s production company Annapurna Pictures has made an attempt to outbid Lionsgate.
Robert Downey Jr. could be joining Paul Thomas Anderson project Inherent Vice
Robert Downey Jr. could be about to add Paul Thomas Anderson’s next film Inherent Vice to his line-up. Downey Jr. has just finished up work on Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, and will next shoot The Avengers. Then there’s Iron Man 3 to think about. But having pulled out of Oz The Great And Powerful, Downey Jr. apparently has a gap in his autumn schedule that Vice could fill.