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Redford will play Dan Rather and Blanchett will portray his producer Mary Mapes in a movie directed by James Vanderbilt.
The 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' actor takes on the role as a man lost at sea in the film from 'Margin Call' director J.C. Chandor.
Payne's black-and-white starrer opened to positive reviews on May 23, while Redford's survival film drew strong notices one day earlier, May 22.
Confirming his role in the 'Captain America' sequel, the 'Company You Keep' actor/director says he signs up for the superhero film because he 'wanted to do something different.'
The 'Company You Keep' director/producer/actor is linked to play 'a senior leadership role in S.H.I.E.L.D.' in the sequel to 'Captain America: The First Avenger'.
The veteran actor/director and founder of the Sundance Film Festival carefully states, 'I think it's absolutely not only appropriate, but overdue, to have a dialogue' about violence in films.
LaBeouf stars as an ambitious young reporter who is hell-bent to reveal the identity of Redford's character, who is a former militant hunted by the FBI for 30 years.
The former 'America's Got Talent' finalist is set to make her acting debut by joining the upcoming political action movie, co-starring Anna Kendrick and Terrence Howard among others.
The 'Transformers' actor has been cast as an ambitious journalist who is determined to chase a former Weather Underground militant.
Hollywood star Robert Redford is rallying support to fight against the proposed development of a huge mine in Alaska.
Lucrezia learns how to please her future spouse, but the Borgias' tawdry behavior sullies her lavish nuptials.
Michael J. Fox reunited with his 'Family Ties' co-stars when receiving the Fan Favorite Award from comedian Ben Stiller.
Lead star Robin Wright Penn attended the first theatrical screening supported by James McAvoy, Evan Rachel Wood, and Alexis Bledel among others.
Honored for his movie achievements and his work to protect the environment, Robert Redford was handed the honor by French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
The actor has seen the oil slick crisis in the Gulf of Mexico in a positive side, believing the disaster could be the catalyst that transforms America into a green world leader.