Joel Edgerton, the set of beady blue eyes we've long pictured when we imagine ancient Egyptian kings, has finally been cast as Ramses. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor is in talks to join Exodus, the second-most blasphemous film Ridley Scott is working on beyond a Blade Runner sequel. In the 20th Century Fox film, he'd join Christian Bale, who's already attached to play Moses after turning down the role of Noah and forcing Russell Crowe to step in for on Aronofsky's rival Biblical film. Please get some scissors and paste to update all illustrated Bibles with the appropriate People and Us Weekly photos to reflect these exciting new changes in religion.
- Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton are reportedly attached to star in a remake of the 2009 Italian film The Double Hour. Maria Full of Grace's Joshua Marston is writing and directing the psychological thriller, which will see the stars playing a couple who fall victim to a d... / Continue →
Marvel has begun their search for someone to play their central Guardians of the Galaxy protagonist--a guy named "Star-Lord," who shoots special guns and flies around in a sentient ship cleverly named "Ship." They do not seem to know quite what they're looking for in a Star-Lor... / Continue →
- After earlier this summer dropping out of David O. Russell's next, Christian Bale has reconsidered and will now join his The Fighter director, The Fighter co-star Amy Adams, and Jeremy Renner and Bradley Cooper in the con-man film. Give this some awards immediately.
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