UPDATE: I got it backward. John C. Reilly will play Rhomann Dey, leader of the Nova Corps in Marvel Studios‘ Guardians Of The Galaxy, the James Gunn-directed franchise launch that stars Benicio Del Toro, Glenn Close, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, and Michael Rooker. He’s not playing Ronan the Accuser, the Kree Empire’s badass juror and military governor in space. According to Comicvine.com, here’s the deal on Rhomann Dey: Rhomann Dey was the leader of the Nova Corps on the planet Xandar when the planet was destroyed by the space pirate Zorr. Seemingly everyone else was killed in the attack, including Dey’s family. Dey swore vengeance on Zorr and chased him across the galaxy, battling him along the way. He became mortally wounded and paralyzed after an encounter causing him to seek a replacement who could stop Zorr and make him pay for his crimes. His ship came into orbit of Earth, where Zorr was taking refuge, and he selected a human to inherit his power. That human was a young Richard Rider. Rhomann Dey linked minds with Rider and explained to him the new powers he has received as well as the threat of Zorr on his planet. At first, Rider thought the encounter was a dream, ... Read More »
A movie with Rory Gilmore and the little girl from Atonement playing assassins? Where do we sign up? The premise and casting of the new movie Violet & Daisy is immediately intriguing. Luckily, it mostly pays off. OK! News: Find out if The Internship is OK! or OMG! The violent indie stars Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan as sweet teenaged best friends who love pop stars and going shopping. How do they afford those new clothes? Oh, by being hired assassins. You really never get used to seeing these two angelic girls with their giant blue eyes gleefully and efficiently murdering people. The violence is extremely Tarantino-esque, as are the title cards that appear throughout the movie to divide it into chapters, and the blood spurting in slow motion. In fact, the film owes so much to Tarantino that I expected his usual cameo. OK! News: Watch the trailer for Selena Gomez's cool new movie! The movie becomes much more complicated and interesting when they're assigned James Gandolfini as a target. When he appeared on screen, people around me in the audience actually sighed in happy relief. Tony Soprano is here! And he's playing a sad mushy man who may have hired the girls himself to help him commit suicide. OK! Exclusive: Get the inside scoop at what happened at The Internship premiere party! Watching the girls finally have feelings and deal with ther daddy issues through chatting with Gandolfini can be a little heavy-handed at times, but all three actors are just so talented that you're happy to hang out in their company. OK! or OMG?!: The movie is totally twisted, but you will definitely never forget it—can you say that about most fluffy summer movies? OMG all the way for these gals. Can you wrap your head around these two sweet girls playing trained murderers? Does it seem like an interesting concept? Do you like violent action movies? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine. Photo credit: Cinedigm
The actress co-stars with Alexis Bledel and James Gandolfini in "Precious" writer Geoffrey Fletcher’s directorial debut.read more
With an Oscar in his pocket for the screenplay of "Precious," Geoffrey Fletcher could've tackled any number of projects, and likely had more than a few doors open for him. But instead, he decided tackle his feature debut in a movie that couldn't be more different than the awards season sensation, writing and directing the teen assassin action/comedy "Violet & Daisy." Starring Saorise Ronan, Alexis Bledel and James Gandolfini, the film tells the story of a pair rising killers-for-hire who find themselves questioning their gig and their lives, when they encounter Michael, their latest target. As you might guess, there are a lot of genre elements at play and Fletcher told us he cast a wide net to drawn on for inspiration. "I've always loved foreign films from the 1950s and 1960s from France, Japan and Italy - American films from the 70's as well. Novels from many eras and graphic novels from the 1980's to today were also an enormous influence," he said. In this exclusive clip,...
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