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After dropping out of the project last year, the 'Alice in Wonderland' actor has now reportedly signed up to play Whitey Bulger.
The Batman enemy in 'The Dark Knight Rises' could lead human resistance in the war between humanity and cyborgs in the 'Terminator' remake.
The 'This Means War' actor is expected to shoot the biopic in fall 2014 with Michael Gracey as the director.
The Bane depicter in 'The Dark Knight Rises' is reportedly eyed to star as the 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight' hitmaker in the film from director Michael Gracey.
An alleged photo from the upcoming action movie has been shared online, revealing a possible first look at Hardy as Mad Max Rockatansky.
The trio is set to produce the animal rights-themed drama, which comes from Hardy's idea and is designed in the vein of Steven Soderbergh's 'Traffic'.
The 'American Idol' judge will executive produce the hour-long drama that centers on a lesbian couple who brings a teenager into their already child-heavy household.
In addition to the trailer, The Weinstein Company reveals an infographic guide to the handguns used by Tom, Shia and Guy Pearce in the moonshine movie.
Although calling Ledger's performance as The Joker 'brilliant,' Hardy doesn't want to be compared to the late actor as claiming, 'I'm not trying to be better than somebody else.'
Announcing the separation through his representative, the 'Bad Boys' star says that he and Shamicka 'will continue to remain friends' out of love and respect for one another.
The animation studio confirms that it will next develop a movie about Dia de los Muertos holiday, an untitled film that 'takes you inside the mind', and another pic called 'The Good Dinosaur'.
Witnessing the 'Raven' actor unveil the 2,469th star on Hollywood Boulevard are sister Joan Cusack and fellow actors Billy Bob Thornton, Jack Black and Dan Aykroyd.
The 'Never Say Never' hitmaker reveals he's written a song about Mariah Yeater, but is not sure if it is going to make the cut for his upcoming album 'Believe'.
Portraying Jack and Forrest Bondurant respectively, Shia and Tom are forced to face a gangster and a troublesome deputy after running a bootlegging business in Prohibition-era Franklin County.