So, is Luke Evans on the cusp of breaking out on the big screen? Lord knows the actor has been paying his dues. From "Clash Of The Titans" to "Immortals" to "Robin Hood" to "The Three Musketeers," Evans has plenty of history in franchises...that never quite took off. But 2013 seems to be the year where he poised to break the spell. He'll play Bard The Bowman in "The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug," and next month he gets to bite into a juicy bad guy role in "Fast & Furious 6." And clearly, Universal like what they see. They've tapped Evans to lead their long developing "Dracula Year Zero." At one set up as a vehicle for Sam Worthington with Alex Proyas directing, the movie penned by "Flash Gordon" writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless is a origin story (sigh), showing how young Prince Vlad sacrifices himself at the hands of a bloodthirsty sultan and becomes the first vampire or something. Can we call enough with the origin stories? Does it really matter how...
Sherlock Holmes star Jared Harris has joined Emily Browning (Sucker Punch) and Kit Harington (Game Of Thrones) in Paul W.S. Anderson‘s period 3D action-adventure. Harris will play Lucretius, a wealthy merchant whose daughter Flavia (Browning) is imperiled as Mount Vesuvius erupts and slave-turned-gladiator Milo (Harington) races to save her. The project, produced by Constantin Film and Impact Pictures, has been kicking around for a while now. Anderson was set to start shooting last spring when Summit was shopping the title to foreign buyers at Cannes, but filming was pushed to this year and is underway now in Pompeii, Italy, moving to Toronto at the end of March. The Resident Evil/Three Musketeers helmer is directing from a script by Janet Scott Batchler & Lee Batchler, Michael Robert Johnson, and Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey). Roman Polanski years ago tried his hand at a competing Pompeii project adapted from Robert Harris’ novel before he bailed. Anderson and Jeremy Bolt are producing Pompeii for Impact Pictures with Robert Kulzer from Constantin Film and Don Carmody. Martin Moszkowicz is executive producing. Harris is repped by Paradigm and Independent Talent Group in the UK and will be seen this summer in Constantin Film’s The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, distributed by Sony.
CINCINNATI (AP) Brad Redford hit a long 3-pointer that put Xavier back ahead after wasting a 13-point lead, and the Musketeers beat No. 19 Memphis 64-62 on Tuesday night, ending the Tigers' 18-game winning streak.
Luke Pasqualiano will play DíArtagnan, while Peter Capaldi will star as the shadowy Cardinal Richelieu.read more
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