EXCLUSIVE: Hot off the opening of the Superman reboot Man Of Steel in which he plays Jor-El, Russell Crowe has firmed his long-held plans to make his feature directorial debut. He is in talks to helm and star in The Water Diviner, a film scripted by Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastasios that will shoot in Australia and Turkey later this year. It is set in 1919, and an Australian father travels to Turkey to find his two sons, who are missing after the battle of Gallipoli. The film will be produced by Troy Lum and Andrew Mason for Hopscotch Features and by Keith Rodger for Fear Of God Films. Over the years, Crowe has considered several films for his directing debut, and they have all been Australian stories that have included The Long Green Shore and Bra Boys. He has been on quite a roll. After Les Miserables, he will star in the title role of the Darren Aronofsky-directed Biblical epic Noah. It seems like the right time for Crowe to get behind the camera. He is repped by WME.
Look out HBO, AMC and Netflix, here comes...Cinemax? Yep ,that would appear to be the case as the cable company are now swinging the auteur stick around, recently bagging Steven Sodebergh's period medical drama "The Knick" and now bagging another high profile filmmaker for an equally compelling new show. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Logan Marshall-Green and Stellan Skarsgard are slated to star in "Quarry," with John Hillcoat set to direct the pilot. So what's it all about? Based on the pulp novels by Max Allan Collins (read our review of "Quarry's Ex"), the post-Vietnam War, '70s set show will follow Max Quarry (Marshall-Green), a cold, methodical almost emotionless hitman, who takes orders from the figure known only as The Broker (Skarsgard). This is how it is in the books anyway, The Broker is a bit of mystery but it seems the show will flesh him out a bit more. As for Winstead, she'll play Joni, Quarry's wife...and if you haven't read the books that's all we'll say,...
The leader in First Lady fashion? The name is Michelle Obama. She's one of the most fashionable women in the world, (as if we had to remind you) and someone whose wardrobe is photo-opt-ready like, all the time. The prototypical matching blazer/tailored shirt/pencil skirt trio is a thing of the past, people. OK! News: Boy Meets World Star Maitland Ward Talks Girl Meets World Pickup and Reuniting the Cast Now that the warmer weather is finally here, the lovely First Lady is out and about showing off her timeless wardrobe wows, including a Tracy Reese dress that literally makes us swoon. Need a National Splurge Day idea? This floral fancy could be a winner. Check out some of her most recent style moments here! Michelle Obama rocked this Tracy Reese Indigo Floral Jersey Dress at Sasha's dance recital. And instead of pairing this pretty little number with pumps, the first lady went for a walkable style—neutral flats! The colors chime, and we're ready to steal this style statement for ourselves. Photos: The Best Beauty Products For Summer Yay for yellow Converses! At a White House Kitchen Garden event, Mrs. Obama gave a comfortable makeover to picnic apparel. Lime green and yellow never looked so chic together. For the Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, the lovely lady wore a soft floral knee-length dress with a feminine white cardigan. Watch: What TV Show is Ashley Tisdale Lovin'? Statement necklaces are huge right now, and Mrs. Obama proved she's in tune with the times by making an acknowledgement of this accessory. This pearly statement necklace is the only embellishment she needs! What's your favorite Michelle Obama style statement? Tweet @OKMagazine and leave a comment below. Photo credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - One-eyed green monster Mike Wazowski and his giant blue, furry friend James P. "Sully" Sullivan go back in time as "scaring" students in "Monsters University," as Walt Disney Co.'s Pixar Animation Studios pins its hopes for a blockbuster on the coming-of-age story.
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