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Time to go home everyone, Jon Voight has solved Israel.
Jon Voight is not pleased with what Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem had to say about Israel.
Javier Bardem clarifies his position on Israel. "Haha, did I say genocide? What I meant was, killing is bad and San Dimas High School Football rules!"
A couple of Spanish actors have stopped talking jamón and started talking Hamas.
The idea of Cormac McCarthy writing an original screenplay for Ridley Scott with silly-haired Javier Bardem and elaborate motorcycle beheadings inspired so many TAKE MY MONEY reactions that The Counselor was destined to be doomed by high expectations.
<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/08/michael-fassbender-is-screwed-in-the-international-trailer-for-the-counselor" target="_blank">The Counselor </a>is directed by Ridley Scott, and written, in his first original screenplay, by Cormac McCarthy.
In case you were wondering, Ridley Scott’s and Cormac McCarthy’s The Counselor still looks pretty ridiculously amazing.
There isn’t much that you can say about The Counselor that will do it as much justice as simply listing the basic details: - The first complete original screenplay from Cormac McCarthy - Directed by Ridley Scott - Starring Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz (looking like one seriously bad B-word) I guess if you’re a stickler for a little more elaborate plot details, then I could include that The Counselor is about a lawyer (Fassbender) who decides to get into the cocaine business, only to find himself in way over his head, while his client (Bardem) looks creepy (as usual) and another guy (Pitt) doubles down on the creepy factor as well.
Penelope Cruz made a very confusing, very long lingerie commercial.
There aren't too many movies coming out that have me more embonered than <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/06/teaser-the-counselor-ridley-scott-cormac-mccarthy-javier-bardem" target="_blank">The Counselor</a>, which Ridley Scott is directing from a script by Cormac McCarthy.
For those of us that follow the entertainment industry, Brian Grazer is almost as famous for being a super producer as he is for looking like Elvis Costello's meth dealer.
Hey, remember all <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/06/teaser-the-counselor-ridley-scott-cormac-mccarthy-javier-bardem" target="_blank">that stuff I said</a> about The Counselor this morning.
With Skyfall hitting the US November 9th (October 22nd if you're in London or Belgrade), MGM has released a new international trailer.
Warner Brothers just passed on developing Ron Howard's 'The Dark Tower' movie trilogy and TV show, but this gunslinger ain't dead yet.
The very long saga of The Dark Tower's movie and TV development is hitting a new level of complication like Russell Crowe hits concierges.
After the jump, I've got the full-length trailer for Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film, starring Daniel Craig and directed by American Beauty's Sam Mendes.
If you've already been following the development of the three movies and two seasons of a TV show based on Stephen King's The Dark Tower, then you can skip past the rest of this long paragraph.
As predicted a <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/10/javier-bardem-is-the-villain-in-james-bond-skyfall" target="_blank">few weeks ago</a> based on Sony's domain name purchases, the 23rd Bond movie will indeed be called "Skyfall," which was confirmed by EON pictures, Sony, and MGM during a press conference this morning.
Just recently, The Dark Tower producer Brian Grazer <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2011/10/the-dark-tower-is-back-on-says-producer-brian-grazer">said</a> they had shaved $45 million out of the first movie's budget to help it get made after Universal dropped the project over cost concerns.