Jason Momoa gets his Hollywood close-up when the reboot of Conan the Barbarian debuts August 19. Momoa sat down recently the discuss what it took for the Hawaiian born actor to take the Conan role that made Arnold a superstar.
Jason Statham is a former operative charged with the protection of a young girl (Catherine Chan) in Safe. Safe is from writer-director Boaz Yakin and lands in theaters October 28 with Statham doing his usually kicking of butt.
Melissa McCarthy has got her next film role, thanks to star and producer of ID Theft, Jason Bateman. McCarthy, fresh from her role in Bridesmaids and her Emmy-nominated turn in Mike and Molly, is set to star opposite Bateman in a comedy about ID Theft.
Bradley Cooper is too busy being the devil in Paradise Lost to be The Crow in the remake of the 1994 film. As soon as Cooper announced that he was pulling out of The Crow two names immediately popped to the forefront: Mark Wahlberg and Channing Tatum.
Reeve Carney has beaten out the likes of James Franco and Robert Pattinson to score the lead in the as yet to be titled Jeff Buckley biopic. Carney is currently starring on Broadway in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and according to Buckley's mother, is the perfect choice to play her son.
Colin Farrell relished the opportunity to play Jerry the vampire in the remake of Fright Night. The original 1980s film gets an update and with Farrell in the leading role, look for it to truly have some teeth.