With studios still apprehensive about giving Darren Aronofsky $130 million dollars to make a Noah's Ark movie--after all, last time someone agreed to do that, they ended up spending $175 million on surrounding Steve Carell with CGI animals, and then that movie was no good--the director is now reportedly trying to sweeten the deal by attaching Christian Bale to his film. Vulture claims Aronofsky is now in talks with the actor to play the 600-year-old title hero in Noah, said to be an "edgy re-telling" of the familiar biblical tale. Let's hope Bale agrees, because I sure want to hear a Batman growl ordering giraffes onto a boat.
Michael Fassbender has completed the trials. He has lost dramatic weight for a part; he has played a costumed comic book character; he has shown fierce loyalty to a British director; he has concealed his accent so frequently it's hard to remember his actual country of origin; h... / Continue →
British all-around tough guy Ray Winstone has been offered the chance to star opposite Russell Crowe in Noah, Darren Aronofsky's adaptation of the popular nursery mural in which two giraffes and and a couple elephants are getting on a boat with a bearded man.... / Continue →
Following up on some old rumors, Russell Crowe and Lindsay Lohan have now been confirmed to play heroes of the Bible and White Diamonds commercials.... / Continue →