New Solo: A Star Wars Story details reveal some of the other rogues’ backgrounds

Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) is hardly the only handsome rake in Solo: A Star Wars Story, as evinced by Lando Calrissian’s (Donald Glover) repeat suave-as-fuck appearances in the trailers. Because the spin-off is basically an origin story, it’s also full of shady characters, including rogues played by Woody Harrelson,…

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Harrison Ford's Han Solo advice to Alden Ehrenreich surprisingly wasn't "get out while you can"

Harrison Ford likes to present himself as a bit of a curmudgeon, even when his underlying goodness shines through his gruff exterior, but apparently he had a very productive chat with Alden Ehrenreich last year to discuss the actor’s then-upcoming role as the young Han Solo in Solo: A Star Wars Story. That’s according…

Jeremy Renner shoots and misses in a directorial debut from the writer of Sicario

Sundance isn’t going quite as smoothly as it usually does. That’s okay. The world isn’t going too smoothly right now either. Yesterday, on the first Saturday of the festival (usually a very well-attended day), the shuttle service everyone uses to get from venue to venue sputtered to a crawl. That’s okay, too, because…

Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply offers an odd tribute to the myth of Howard Hughes

Warren Beatty, who hasn’t directed a movie since Bulworth or acted in one in 15 years, returns to film with Rules Don’t Apply, a 1950s-set sex comedy about hormones, premature ejaculation, religious belief, and the mythology of Howard Hughes that is as intriguing in its idiosyncrasy as it is flat-footed in execution.…

Warren Beatty’s Howard Hughes movie, Rules Don’t Apply, finally has a trailer

The talk surrounding Warren Beatty’s Howard Hughes movie has gone on for years now. But at long last there’s finally a trailer for the thing, which is called Rules Don’t Apply. Though the title sounds like it belongs to a mid-2000s Jennifer Aniston rom-com, this movie is not that, nor is it The Aviator. Unless the…

Hollywood’s rich men lure Warren Beatty out of retirement to play rich man

Looks like it takes a whole pack of rich guys to make a movie about a billionaire, as Deadline reports that a bunch of them—Ron Burkle and Steve Bing, Terry Semel of Windsor Media, Arnon Milchan’s New Regency, and Brett Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment—will unite to finance Warren Beatty’s long-dormant $27.6 million…

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