Filming continues in NYC, NY this week on the sequel film Sex and the City 2 and while the main ladies are hard at work, let’s not forget that the main guy — the Big guy — is also hard at work. Here are a couple photos of Chris Noth, who plays John Preston (better known as Mr. Big), lookin’ all sharp and shizz on the set of SaTC2 yesterday afternoon:
Those of you who have seen the Sex and the City Movie should recall that protagonist Carrie Bradshaw finally married Mr. Big in a small civil ceremony at the end of the film. I think it’s safe to assume that Carrie and Big are still married in the sequel film but we’ll deffo have to see the film to find out what happened after the couple said their I Dos. I still love watching (and re-watching) eps of Sex and the City but I’m really anxious for new material. I can even watch the SaTC Movie over and over again but I am deffo counting down the days till Sex and the City 2 hits theaters next Spring!
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Last week we saw a few photos of Tom Cruise doing some dangerous-looking stuntwork on the Boston, MA set of his new film Knight and Day and today we see more stunty photos that outdo the photos we saw before. Here are photos of Tom leaping from a platform onto a fast moving car as he films new scenes for the flick:
Okay … now, I think Tom is just showing off. It is cool, tho, that he is willing to do such dangerous work just to make his film look more believable. I must commend the man for taking these dangerous risks for the sake of his craft. I still think the guy is a bit of a nutter but he’s a committed actor … or mebbe he’s an actor that needs to be committed? In any event, these pics are cool.
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Last month we saw the first photos from the NYC set of the film Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps which is a sequel to the classic film Wall Street released in 1987. Back then, it was Charlie Sheen in the starring role … this time, it’s Shia LaBeouf. Here are photos of Shia and his on-screen mentor Michael Douglas (who reprises his original role of Gordon Gekko:
It looks to me like the guys are taking a bit of a lunch break in between shooting scenes … or they could be filming the fraternal hot dog eating scene for the film. Unlike a remake, Wall Street 2 is able to capitalize on the popularity of the first film and still tell an entirely new story. Sure, it still looks like Hollywood has run out of new ideas but at least this movie builds on an idea rather than completely retells it. To be honest, I can’t remember if I saw the original Wall Street or not … but I do recall that Charlie Sheen was the man back in the day. I guess that means that Shia LaBeouf is the new Charlie Sheen.
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When last we checked in on production of Sex and the City 2, which has been filming in NYC, NY for about a month now, we saw photos of Sarah Jessica Parker all dolled up for a scene that looks hugely important to the film’s plot (to keep things spoilery free you’ll have to read HERE to find out what I mean) … and today we get to see SJP making her way to the set lookin’ her usual cute self:
At first, I thought SJP was rockin’ a tiara on her pretty little head but it turns out it’s just one of those snazzy headbands that are so in vogue right now (thanks to Nicole Richie). It’s not entirely clear if the outfit that SJP is wearing is meant to be from the 80′s or just look like the 80′s but the bleached jeans coupled with those studs deffo have an 80′s feel to them. I’m guessing that SJP is wearing the UGGs boots until she has to film and then she’ll slip on a pair of stylish yet painfully chic designer shoes. I’m just amazed at how fresh-faced SJP looks in these photos … she still has that Carrie Bradshaw look that we all love so much. I’m so excited to see her in this new film … for the first time without her chin mole. You may recall she had her signature mole removed after completion of the Sex and the City Movie so this new sequel will be our first look at a mole-less Carrie Bradshaw. Can’t wait!!
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In the trenches
Earlier this week we got our first look at the newly reconstructed version of The A-Team featuring Bradley Cooper (Lt. Templeton Faceman Peck), Liam Neeson (Col. John Hannibal Smith), Sharlto Copley (Capt. Howling Mad Murdock) and Quinton Rampage Jackson (Sgt. Bosco B.A. Baracus) on set in Vancouver, BC filming their new remake also titled The A-Team. Thus far we have yet to see Jessica Biel, cast as the female lead, on set or in costume … until now. Here is our first look at Jessica in The A-Team:
Earlier this week we saw the first pictures of the male cast members in character for their roles in the new A-Team film, and now it’s the turn of female lead Jessica Biel. The 27-year-old actress was pictured filming in an airport for the remake, which is being shot in Canada. Jessica plays an army general, and an ex-lover of Faceman (actor Bradley Cooper), who is pursuing the vigilante group. In the scene the actress cuts a an authoritative figure in a blue leather trenchcoat with a thigh-length grey skirt and a killer pair of heels – the kind of outfit that you might associate with a femme fatale in a spy film. Jessica was the last member of the cast to be confirmed for the new film and her role is an update of the part played by Melinda Culea in the original TV series.
At last … we get to see what everyone will look like in the film. I’m not sure what I was expecting of Jessica‘s character but she looks pretty nondescript to me. I seem to recall that the female lead in the 80′s TV series The A-Team wore frilly, multicolored outfits that suited the times … I dunno that Jessica will be able to do the same in this movie version. Again, not that I watched the TV much when it aired in the 80′s but I think there was a certain cheese factor that made the show so fun … if this remake has too much of a serious tone I don’t know that it will score with fans of the original. I guess we’ll have to wait and see. Are any of y’all impressed with how Jessica looks in this film?
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Call in the stuntman
Yesterday we got our first look at Seth Rogen on the set of The Green Hornet as The Green Hornet and today we get to see a few more photos from the SoCal set. Production filmed an exciting action sequence that required lots of cable-work … therefore, Seth and co-star Jay Chou sat by the sidelines while their able stuntmen took over for a while:
Unlike action superstar Tom Cruise who has no problem doing his own dangerous scenes in his movies, Seth seems content to let a stuntman take the risks for him. Shoot, I can’t say that I blame him one bit. Altho I’m not a Green Hornet fan (mainly because I’ve never seen/read/watched anything Green Hornet related before) I am very curious about this new film. As I’ve said before, I’m not sure that Seth Rogen is my perfect image of a superhero but if he plays it funny like Robert Downey, Jr. did in Iron Man, I think he may be able to pull it off. Time will tell … we’ll just have to see.
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The green ones make you 'Hornet'
Early last month we saw the first photos from the filming of the latest superhero movie The Green Hornet but back then we didn’t really see anything all that exciting. Stars Seth Rogen (Britt Reid/The Green Hornet) and Cameron Diaz (Lenore Casey Case) were filming scenes in their mild-mannered secret identities … but today we get to see Rogen in costume as The Green Hornet along with his trusty sidekick Kato played by Jay Chou … behold:
He is used to playing the funny fat man, but now Seth Rogen has turned into the super hero. The Knocked Up actor has trimmed down his waistline to shoot the lead role in The Green Hornet. Seth first began losing weight last year for the role, but rewrites, director and casting changes have all had the project on ice until now. The actor, who also wrote the screenplay, was filming in a rock quarry in Los Angeles with Jay Chou, who plays his trusty sidekick Kato. The Green Hornet is a big screen version of the 1960s TV show, which starred Bruce Lee as Kato, and also stars Cameron Diaz as a reporter and Britt Reid’s (aka The Green Hornet) love interest. But despite looking much slimmer, trimmer and healthier for the role, Rigen revealed he felt like a ‘sell out’ for losing the weight. ‘I’ve been eating better and training – and hating myself for it. I feel like a sell out, I feel lame, I feel like a guy I would make fun of,’ he said. He said he lost weight by eating well and exercising with a personal trainer. ‘I go there real early in the morning,’ he added. ‘He tells me what to do, and I go home and go to sleep, and it’s like it never even happened.’ He needs to be fit for the role as in an interview last April, he claimed he would be doing all his own stunts. The Green Hornet, who happens to be the Lone Ranger’s grand-nephew, is a newspaper publisher by day who fights crime by night accompanied by Kato. He drives a car with advanced technology called Black Beauty, and has brilliant hand-to-hand combat skills. In the TV series he was armed with a sonic blast weapon called the Hornet’s Sting, and in many versions he carries a gun that sprays knock-out gas. The film, directed by Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’s Michel Gondry, takes ideas from both the original radio programme in the 1930s, the 60s TV show and comic book series.
Yeah dude … I’m not sure I see Seth Rogen as a superhero but I’m totally willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. To be honest, I had no idea that The Green Hornet is supposed to be a descendant of the Lone Ranger. I guess I never really thought about the Lone Ranger having a family (considering he was “alone” all the time, save for his trusty sidekick Tonto) but I guess even heroes have families. Again … I’m totally willing to give this movie a shot when it finally gets released. I still don’t know that Rogen can pull off superheroness … what do y’all think? Can he handle it?
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Filming continues this week on the Boston, MA set of the new Tom Cruise action film Knight and Day and it looks like Tommy boy is really getting into character. Not content to let a measly stuntman have all the fun, Tom insisted on performing all of his own stunts on a shoot yesterday that required his character to leap from one car to another car while speeding down the freeway:
It’s very clear that Tom likes to be a hands on kind of actor … you may recall that he got all grabby with co-star Cameron Diaz last week and this week he’s all leaping from speeding car to speeding car. I have to say, it is nice to see him back to work again … it goes a long way in helping people forget his crazy behavior of the past few years. I mean, I won’t forget his craziness but keeping bizzy with work will do much to help repair his image. I can’t help but be impressed that he likes to do his own stunts in these action films … I believe he did many of his own stunts in the Mission: Impossible films. I don’t know that the dreamy movie star Tom Cruise from the 80′s/90′s will ever come back to us but as long as the cruisazy couch-jumping nutball stays at bay I think we can all breathe a sigh of relief.
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First we saw the van … then we saw the Face … and now we get to see the entire new version of The A-Team assembled and hard at work in Vancouver, BC filming scenes for the new movie based on the classic 80′s TV series of the same name. Here is a group shot of The A-Team (Lt. Templeton Faceman Peck, Col. John Hannibal Smith, Capt. Howling Mad Murdock and Sgt. Bosco B.A. Baracus) as portrayed by actors Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson, Sharlto Copley and Quinton Rampage Jackson:
I will say this about this new remake, the folks in charge did an excellent job with casting. Bradley Cooper is the perfect Faceman and Sharlto Copley (from District 9) is the perfect rising star to plug into an action/adventure movie of this size. I’ve been impressed with everything I’ve seen thus far … so far, so good. After the jump, check out individual photos of each member of the new A-Team elsewhere on the set … More »
Bradley Cooper, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson report for duty
Last weekend we got our first look at the set of the upcoming movie version of the 80′s action TV series The A-Team and today we get to see a few more pics from the set … including a photo of Bradley Cooper who has been cast to play prettyboy Lt. Templeton Faceman Peck and a promo pic of Quinton Rampage Jackson, who has been cast as the new Sgt. Bosco ‘B.A.’ Baracus … behold:
A helicopter and the infamous black van feature in some of the first pics from the new A-Team film. The remake, which is being filmed in Canada, has just started filming after the final cast members were added last week. Jessica Biel, 27, is to be the leading lady in the feature, which has been adapted from the hit 80s TV series. She is joined by Liam Neeson, 57, who plays Hannibal, Bradley Cooper, 34 (Face), Sharlto Copley, 35 (Murdoch), Patrick Wilson, 36 (A CIA operative), and UFC fighter Quinton Jackson, 31 (B.A. Baracus). In the pictures, taken on the film’s Canadian set, we see the classic GMC van which was used in the 1980s programme. It was the A-Team’s main mode of transport, which they often transformed into an armoured vehicle using makeshift tools and materials which they always conveniently came across in times of need. In another picture Quinton Jackson can be seen inside a helicopter, which appears to be some kind of emergency vehicle. Fans of the original show are likely to be slightly miffed at seeing his character, B.A., flying – as one of the show’s running jokes was that he had a fear of flying. Other members of the team would come up with inventive ways to knock him out (such as a carton of milk laced with drugs), in order to get him onto a plane, usually preceeded by his catchphrase ‘I ain’t gettin’ on no plane, fool’.
Man … there really is no replacement for Mr. T but I’m sure this Rampage fellow will do a fine job. I like that they updated B.A. Baracus‘s jewelry … tho, I do kinda miss all those gold chains. As I’ve mentioned before, all these movie remakes are gettin’ kinda old but since I didn’t really watch the show when it aired in the 80′s, I don’t think I’d mind seeing it adapted for the big screen in modern times. Bradley Cooper will make a great Faceman in the flick. Looks fun!
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