In an interview with Playboy magazine, Tom Cruise talked about his role in "Rock of ages" and how the singer received the approval of the group Def Leppard. Excerpts from the interview read below.
- July 3 you will be 50. At this age, most men suffer from indigestion, bald, and monitor pressure. How do you manage to look almost twice younger then your age years?
"Honestly, no idea (laughs). I work. I'm always with my family. Train a lot, a little sleep. Toil, in a word."
- You do not even have wrinkles, unlike your peers. You do plastic surgery, or maybe just going to?
- "I do not do and do not intend to."
- What does this line mean to you?
"When I played in "Rebound", my first movie I remember lying in a hotel room at night, thinking about how I like my job. I wanted to shoot from 4 years old, and therefore hoped that, if I'm lucky in a "Rebound", maybe I could do it all my life. Approaching 50, I still do it. July 3, I'll be in Iceland on the set. My family, my wife - they understand me. I spent most of many birthdays on the set, they were all excellent. "
- What have you learned since then, as you passed 20?
"I have always adhered to some values. Family to me means a lot. When I'm on the set, all come to me. When Katie is working, I and the children are with her. We are always together. And I'm always with my mom and sisters. I've always wanted to be a father, husband. I have a good labor education - I worked part time, from eight years: clipped lawns, collecting fallen leaves, sign and send greeting cards for Easter and Christmas. "
- Did you go from house to house, offering your services?
"Yes, I did it in Canada and Kentucky. I was brought up by women, the mother had to pay the bills herself. We all contributed. Therefore, the work is so important to me."
"As far as I can remember, I wanted to ride a motorcycle and racing cars. I wanted to play on them all sorts of jumps and other tricks. Every birthday, I would like to receive as a gift only a motorcycle. When I turned 12, I bought it for myself."
- How difficult is it to learn to do somersaults on a motorcycle in 12 years?
"It is very difficult (laughs). I am also one that is not taught. Many times I broke up because I love to drive fast. And all sorts of other tricks done. When we lived in Canada, I was doing gymnastics and usually did a somersault, jumping straight from the roof. I found the highest point on the roof and tried to figure, before landing in a snowdrift. "
- You were still the fruit!
"Yes, (laughs). I usually invited to such representations neighborhood kids and my sisters. Sisters have always said the same words: "Tommy, you break the death, and the mother will kill you!" Of course, I broke the legs and the nose" .
- In addition to broken limbs, what was the outcome of your experiments?
"I learned that even in tough times you have a choice - to allow circumstances to take the upper hand over you, or to defeat them by yourself. My choice - learn to cope with them."
- It has some relation to those tricks that you perform in the movies?
"I always train very hard. In order for the "Last Samurai" wield a sword and do it in rough terrain and it does not dislocate my knee, I trained for a year for six hours, seven days a week. Same thing I do for the "Rock of ages" - five hours a day learning to sing and three hours - to dance. "
- Did you know that you can sing of "Rock of ages"?
"I knew I could hold a note. I sang in clubs when I was 14, and in the choir in high school. But I never took voice lessons. Nobody ever taught me how to use my voice."
- How do you develop a voice for singing in stadiums?
"This man was an opera singer, and he taught me how to control my voice. This is similar to the mastery of an unfamiliar sport, or getting used to the new role. I had to figure out how to pass air through the vocal cords and in what place in the chest and head to direct it. These need to perform exercises daily to strengthen my voice. "
- The first song you sang before a crowd was Pour Some Sugar on Me, and the musicians of the group Def Leppard were on a set and watching you. Feel the pressure?
- Your character is hard to take seriously. It is ridiculously dissolute, and his only friend - a baboon.
"He's a slave of rock 'n' roll. When he was on stage, he gives it the whole himself. Beyond its emotional relationship he is looking pretty strange ways, and here begins the comedy."
VMan Magazine published an interesting article in which the former Spider-Man Tobey Maguire interviews the next Spider-Man - Andrew Garfield. Excerpts from their conversation, read below.
T. Maguire: So, "The New Spider-Man" ...
A. Garfield: Yeah! Do you know about this movie? (Laughs)
T. Maguire: Yes, I know! In fact, when the project is in its infancy, I was delighted by two things: first, because it director is Marc Webb. I think it's interesting and cool choice. And, secondly, naturally, I was very interested, who will play Peter Parker. When I heard that they'll be you, I just gave: "Perfect!
E. Garfield: Oh, God!
T. Maguire: I really wanted to get it cool, and I thought, "What a wonderful actor, Andrew, and I am glad that this film will be shot."
E. Garfield: Very sweet of you.
T. Maguire: What was the selection process? How did you get the role?
E. Garfield: The samples as samples, except for the fact that they were the most exhausting, difficult and dramatic of all, through which I have ever held.
T. Maguire: I understand what you mean. How did it affect on you?
E. Garfield: The main thing I think and worry - what happens after the film will be released. What was your experience when you're in people's eyes became Spider-Man? I'm curious to hear what you say about the changes that have occurred in your life, and what kind were these changes. I have a weight of fear, yet nothing has happened, but I'm sure everything will be much worse than I imagine. I admire you as a great actor, what you've always been and will be. Probably, it is very difficult to adhere to the simple fact that you want to play that you continue to tell stories and do not let your display image to be more yourself. Have you preserved the memory of some specific changes that occurred after the release of "Spider-Man" or everything has happened very smoothly?
T. Maguire: I think with our film the situation was slightly different, because at that time did not evaluate the success of the picture on the box office in its opening weekend, as now. The first "Harry Potter" was released 6 months prior to our film and demonstrated phenomenal results with the premiere. The success was so great because it was something completely new, I'm not saying that it happened the first time in the history of cinema, but at the time it was really a breakthrough. And then the same thing happened with our project. Nobody expected this. Before the premiere conducted public opinion research, and provided data on the demand for tickets, were based on forecasts of the premiere collections. For me personally, it was unexpected. The changes that have occurred in my life for the first weekend, shocked me.
E. Garfield: I feel a great responsibility before the history and to the fans because I know how much this means to be the hero for the audience and for myself. For those who care about Spider-Man and roads as well as me, I want to breathe life into it and make sure that the fans were satisfied to the extent possible.
T. Maguire: It's cool. Much of what you say, for example, the relationship between you, the fans and history demonstrates your respect for the hero.
E. Garfield: Absolutely. Peter Parker - an incredibly positive person - a pure dream come true, a true outsider. When I was a kid, I was not interested in comics as long as didn’t see the first film with your participation. I was then 19 years. I bought a pirate DVD-ROM, and we with my friend Terry McGuinness went to my dilapidated flat in north London, and watched it twice in a row.
T. Maguire: (laughs)
E. Garfield: Terry was so characteristic of the focus, and every time I utter thy words, he neighed and spoke with that accent: "No, dude, you'll never be that fucking Spider-Man. You will never become a fucking man -spider!" I was so embarrassed and upset. But I got it, you fucking Terry!
T. Maguire: (laughs)
The star of the third "Transformers" Rosie Huntington-Whiteley will continue to move away from the podium to the side of a large cinema. British supermodel will star in the film by George Miller's "Mad Max 4", where are involved Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron.
A couple of weeks ago, the tabloids found out about the meeting of Whiteley with the director of "Mad Max 4" in Sydney. Apparently, the conversation with the actress has satisfied the Miller, as last week, Rosie was adopted by one of the roles in the project.
In addition to Huntington-Whiteley, the film invites yet another supermodel, Abbey Lee Kershaw. Presumably the girls will play two of the "five wives," who pursue the villains, while the protection of women raises the hero of Tom Hardy.
Work on the new "Mad Max" was repeatedly postponed. For the first time the desire to revive Miller's legendary hero of the 1980s became known in May 2009. Then Mel Gibson has not yet become a Hollywood outcast, and again play Mad Max was not going to. In the autumn of 2009 to the project were attributed Hardy and Theron, but at the same time work on the film had to stop because of the price jumped in the Australian dollar and that had an impact on the budget belt.
In 2009, the same survey were planning to resume no earlier than February 2012. Producers almost kept their promise: work on tape is already underway. Already in July, the film crew went to Namibia, which will serve as the place of the "Mad Max 4."
At the 65th Cannes Film Festival Tom Hardy presented his new film, "Lawless," shocking journalists lush vegetation on the face. It was rumored that Hardy grows a beard just for the "Mad Max". His colleague, Charlize Theron has recently received absolutely the opposite, shaving her luxurious blond hair.
"Mad Max 4" should be the first film of the new trilogy, but only time will tell what happens in reality.
Date of release has not been announced.
Christian Bale in an interview resource OMG said about participation in the final part of the project from Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight 2: The Legend Continues."
- How is it to be involved in the anticipated movie of the year? What is the burden of responsibility?
"Well, as actors, we have done our part. Pressure and the burden of responsibility lies on the Christopher Nolan. But I must say that for every movie I play, as if no one is going to watch it (laughs). That's better, because you cease to strive to make a definite impression: "What do think about this people?" So, I usually say to myself: "Do not think anyone watching this film, so do everything as you see fit, and is expected to be correctly according to other people. "
- What is the place you remember the shooting and liked it more than others?
"I must tell you about one of the places, which certainly would have mentioned all the participants of shooting, and that was a real hell on earth - it is India. When we started shooting, we had a couple of days in Jodhpur, and all the local thought we were sick assholes (laughs). We went on a 50-degree heat, and then returned to the room with air conditioning, and said, "Oh," because it seems like you're poking your head in the freezer. In this room, the temperature was 30 degrees, that is, you can imagine what was it. Just a baptism of fire. With regard to our well-being, by the end of the day we started to rave because of the heat. But now there is something to remember!"
- What do you think will be the legacy of the trilogy? And that would leave the viewer to you personally?
"I believe that time will put everything in its place. For me, it looks like a systematization of the available data: the first time you watch a movie, you watch it after a while, and then, after a few years, you get an answer. As for me, as participant, I believe that among the trees of the forest did not see. "
- Is Chris the same director, with whom you would like to work in the future?
- You mentioned that you will not miss Batman costume.
"It's a double edged sword. There are certain moments when you put on a costume, and you begins a migraine. This year, I fell awkwardly on my back, or did something wrong and hurt my back a month. It was hard. I used to that the back is usually sore for three days, but now I'm 38 and in the morning, I limped like an invalid. That is, this year things changed for me, I began to get tired faster. But as soon as you start to complain, here comes the idea there is nothing to whine because you play the legendary hero. "
- Will Batman have new devices?
"Of course. He was always ready to present something new. And always it is something out of the ordinary, is not it? Batman does not let you go without demonstrating a new gadget."
- In Batman's violent fans, and the Joker is much better known as a villain than Bane, which is a pretty obscure character. The question is which way you go, because most people do not know anything about Batman, except for the nerds, who know too much.
"Here we have a bald actor. Tom Hardy comes through, that others would not go. Being bald and respect for Chris in his decisions ... we are here, damn it, an actor who has created a phenomenal villain."
- What did you feel after reading the script for the first time? What were your impressions? What was it like to dive into this world again?
"I am accustomed to this process, because I went to Chris home and read the script there. And I read terribly slow. And when I'm given the opportunity to read, I usually read, reread and reread - I think Chris could not believe it. Chris all the time came for me, thinking I was asleep (laughs). We are interrupted for lunch, it was getting dark, the family gathered for dinner. And I was sitting, meeting and seeing off guests (laughs). "
Daniel Craig answered journalists' questions regarding the new episode of James Bond "007: The coordinates of "Skyfall", during the roundtable, held in Istanbul.
- Some of us have seen the teaser trailer during the show CinemaCon last week, and it seemed grim, very grim. Can you tell that you guys are conceived to do with "Skyfall"?
"Teaser is a teaser. It shows a small, very small part of the movie. When you mount a teaser, you know what you want to show, and on that - only a hint, and I think we got it. I think, in the teaser was able to demonstrate how to be a meaningful film, but the material is shown in it, absolutely nothing."
- In "Casino Royal" you presented to the viewer a whole new way of Agent 007. What can we expect this time?
"Erotic dancing (laughs). I'll do something that had never done before, and I think that this time I'll show you a part of myself, and the whole world will see it (laughs). Hmm, wait and see, really. I will not say that "Skyfall" we did something completely new, and I think we did something very qualitative, and, as I said, from our teaser is clear that we have prepared you a great story. But it will have to wait " .
- Are you happy to work with Sam Mendes on that part of James Bond?
"Very, very happy. For me it was a relief to work with such directors as Sam on "Skyfall" because when filming in such films always feel an incredible pressure from the outside, but we did everything possible to achieve the best results. It was fun do. "
- Tell us a little bit of humor in the film.
"Humor was not our goal, we just have a great script. Humor, I think, was more common during the improvisations. We have in the movie very funny remarks, but who can predict the reaction of the audience? I can not wait to show the audience the dialogue and situations that we have, and see how people react to them. I think the film has some very funny moments. Although, personally, I like black humor. "
- What distinguishes bondiane of other Hollywood action movies - this style. Is there in a "Skyfall" some specific trick that you can not wait to be done?
"Yes. We have mass, and tons of material that we have already achieved, and that style was the key. It is not only about how to set up tricks - were with us again, Gary Powell, stunt, and Whit Alexander, the second director, possessing an incredible talent to capture and capture on film the most exciting moments. It's about the style, indeed, was the main chip of all: design, costumes, casting ".
- You got hold of two films that explore the Bond
"Really? Take it back (laughs), I am still learning Bond."
- You now feel like a comfort zone?
"Not at all. I hate to feel comfortable while work. It's not my way. I need to feel the pressure, I need to solve problems every day, and with this film for us and, though every day there were new challenges. We've shot in Painwood, in a rather grim place, so this is so nice to be here in Turkey, including this amazing, beautiful nature. Feeling that was in the old James Bond film. "
Tom Hardy plays the role of Bane in the final part of the trilogy by Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight 2: The Legend Continues", in an interview he spoke about the work on the role.
- I wanted to ask you the same question that you were not able to respond to the exhibition Comic-Con ...
"Perhaps I can’t answer it and now (laughs)."
- In "The Dark Knight 2" you have some accent. What did you do with your voice?
"I can not tell you. However, nothing."
- How is it to fight with Christian Bale - he a fighter, you are - a warrior? (K. Bale starred in the movie "The Fighter" and T. Hardy - in the "Warrior").
"I love working with Christian. Yes, I like to work with all. And meet again with Chris Nolan was also nice. All team members of this project are very friendly people, real professionals. When you work with Chris, you do not feel any suppression of the individual with his hand. That's fine. Therefore, all play their roles in an atmosphere of trust and peace. "
- Can you describe us your experience, during the filming in mask and costume?
"It's hot. Very, very, very hot. Yes, we all just heated. When you think about guys who are in Afghanistan, or Baghdad, and about the equipment that they have to put on, slip the idea that you have not so and bad. But, in fact, in a suit and mask, very hot and hard to breathe. "
- Is it difficult to speak when you are in mask?
"Well, I did not hear, and no one hears me. These are the things (laughs). And then the magic begins."
- Maybe saying the text, you have helped yourself by gestures, facial expressions?
"I can not talk about magic."
- Now you respect Darth Vader in a greater extent?
"(Laughs) I grew up on the original trilogy "Star Wars". But Darth Vader is cool, is not it? Very cool!"
- You knew Bain before Chris proposed you to play it or you had to get to know this character?
"I do not have direct knowledge about the world of Batman. In this regard, I am like a newborn. I'm pretty reticent man, I spent a lot of time with my dog. It is no more. Each new project - a new experience, so it all starts from the moment when I take my role. "
- There are many incarnations of Bane, but all of them remains unchanged its vitality. Nolan likes to bring a sense of the plausibility of what is happening with the bulk of characters. So, how are you going to relate to reality of Bane?
"Well, if all of Nolan's always correspond to reality, then I should take his example. Yeah."
- When you're playing Charlie Bronson, and your character in "Warrior", both of these characters were bad guys, but the bad guys, which you loved. You are experiencing the same feelings, playing Bane, or it must be an absolute villain, who can not love you because you do on the side of Batman? You play it differently than some of your other characters?
"It's a different character, so of course I figure it's not like my previous characters. I think answering this question, I can say a lot of nonsense, so I will not say anything."
- Do you have any concerns because you enter "arena" after Heath Ledger's Joker?
"No, I do not think so. This would mean that I enter into a competition with someone prominent, and in fact not a question of whose talent whose work is higher and steeper. Goal is to become better as far as possible, but not better than anyone. Clear what I mean? What made Ledger - amazing. It's true. I have a role I should play, and I'll play it. I put it clear? "
- The last franchise in which you participated, was the project of "Star Trek" ("Star Trek: Nemesis”). You generally like to contribute to the big franchises?
"Working in "Star Trek" was a real discovery for me. Then I was very young. I think it worked for about nine months when received a role in this film, and it was something incredible. Work in the project has opened my eyes at such a young age that should not be afraid to play a responsible, for example, the villain in the Batman comics or hobbit - who else. Heroes of "Star Trek" are loved by many, and, therefore, to your great responsibility. Thus, the "Star Trek" was the launching pad, and, behold, I am here - incredibly grateful for the role of villain in Batman's world, over the size and quantity, and the importance of which, if I'm thinking, you begin to really get nervous. "
- What kind of scene you're shooting today?
"I must speak with 10 thousand people. I'm a little excited (laughs). Come on, cheer me up!"
Leader in the number of nominations for the award of critics was, oddly enough, NBC. It is followed by ABC (13 nominations), HBO, and FOX (12), and AMC and FX (11 nominations for each channel). The cult TV series Community gathered the most nominations - as many as six. Parks and Recreation, and Mad Men have collected five nominations. Winners will be announced on June 18.
«Breaking Bad» (AMC)
«Downton Abbey» (PBS)
«Game of Thrones» (HBO)
«The Good Wife» (CBS)
«Mad Men» (AMC)
«The Big Bang Theory» (CBS)
«Modern Family» (ABC)
«New Girl» (Fox)
«Parks and Recreation» (NBC)
Bryan Cranston, «Breaking Bad» (AMC)
Kelsey Grammer, «Boss» (Starz)
Jon Hamm, «Mad Men» (AMC)
Charlie Hunnam, «Sons of Anarchy» (FX)
Damian Lewis, «Homeland» (Showtime)
Timothy Olyphant, «Justified» (FX)
Claire Danes, «Homeland» (Showtime)
Michelle Dockery, «Downton Abbey» (PBS)
Julianna Margulies, «The Good Wife» (CBS)
Elisabeth Moss, «Mad Men» (AMC)
Emmy Rossum, «Shameless» (Showtime)
Katey Sagal, «Sons of Anarchy» (FX)
Supporting actor, Drama
Peter Dinklage, «Game of Thrones» (HBO)
Giancarlo Esposito, «Breaking Bad» (AMC)
Neal McDonough, «Justified» (FX)
John Noble, «Fringe» (Fox)
Aaron Paul, «Breaking Bad» (AMC)
John Slattery, «Mad Men» (AMC)
Supporing actress, Drama
Christine Baranski, «The Good Wife» (CBS)
Anna Gunn, «Breaking Bad» (AMC)
Christina Hendricks, «Mad Men» (AMC)
Regina King, «Southland» (TNT)
Kelly Macdonald, «Boardwalk Empire» (HBO)
Maggie Siff, «Sons of Anarchy» (FX)
Guest star, drama
Dylan Baker, «Damages» (DirecTV)
Jere Burns, «Justified» (FX)
Loretta Devine, «Grey's Anatomy» (ABC)
Lucy Liu, «Southland» (TNT)
Carrie Preston, «The Good Wife» (CBS)
Chloe Webb, «Shameless» (Showtime)
Don Cheadle, «House of Lies» (Showtime)
Louis C.K., «Louie» (FX)
Larry David, «Curb Your Enthusiasm» (HBO)
Garret Dillahunt, «Raising Hope» (Fox)
Joel McHale, «Community» (NBC)
Jim Parsons, «The Big Bang Theory» (CBS)
Zooey Deschanel, «New Girl» (Fox)
Lena Dunham, «Girls» (HBO)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, «Veep» (HBO)
Martha Plimpton, «Raising Hope» (Fox)
Amy Poehler, «Parks and Recreation» (NBC)
Ashley Rickards, «Awkward» (MTV)
Supporting actor, Comedy
Ty Burrell, «Modern Family» (ABC)
Max Greenfield, «New Girl» (Fox)
Nick Offerman, «Parks and Recreation» (NBC)
Danny Pudi, «Community» (NBC)
Jim Rash, «Community» (NBC)
Damon Wayans Jr., «Happy Endings» (ABC)
Supporting Actress, Comedy
Julie Bowen, «Modern Family» (ABC)
Alison Brie, «Community» (NBC)
Cheryl Hines, «Suburgatory» (ABC)
Gillian Jacobs, «Community» (NBC)
Eden Sher, «The Middle» (ABC)
Casey Wilson, «Happy Endings» (ABC)
Guest star, comedy
Becky Ann Baker, «Girls» (HBO)
Bobby Cannavale, «Modern Family» (ABC)
Kathryn Hahn, «Parks and Recreation» (NBC)
Justin Long, «New Girl» (Fox)
Paul Rudd, «Parks and Recreation» (NBC)
Peter Scolari, «Girls» (HBO)
«Adventure Time» (Cartoon Network)
«Bob's Burgers» (Fox)
«Family Guy» (Fox)
«Star Wars: The Clone Wars» (Cartoon Network)
Telefilm / miniseries
«American Horror Story» (FX)
«Game Change» (HBO)
«The Hour» (BBC America)
«Luther» (BBC America)
«Page Eight» (PBS)
Actor television movie / miniseries
Kevin Costner, «Hatfields & McCoys» (History)
Benedict Cumberbatch, «Sherlock» (PBS)
Idris Elba, «Luther» (BBC America)
Woody Harrelson, «Game Change» (HBO)
Bill Nighy, «Page Eight» (PBS)
Dominic West, «The Hour» (BBC America)
Actress TV series / miniseries
Jessica Lange, «American Horror Story» (FX)
Gillian Anderson, «Great Expectations» (PBS)
Julianne Moore, «Game Change» (HBO)
Patricia Clarkson, «Five» (Lifetime)
Lara Pulver, «Sherlock» (PBS)
Emily Watson, «Appropriate Adult» (Sundance Channel)
In an interview with ComingSoon resource model and actress Marlohe Berenice spoke of her desire to change the perception of James Bond “girl” make her heroine to match the 007 in the adventure thriller "007: The coordinates of "Skayfoll".
- What's it like, when you were called to play a "girl" of James Bond? What about your role would be desirable to know first?
"First of all, I was not invited. Many years in France, I was just fighting for my career as an actress. I went to Los Angeles and learned that six months in order to participate in casting for James Bond film. Already returned to Paris, I attempted via the Internet, through Facebook advertising all the films in which shot before. In the end, I managed to get e-mail from the casting director, and send him all my records. That's how it all started. First audition she spent and the second was held in London with Sam Mendes, and the third - with Daniel Craig. "
- Can you tell me anything about your character?
"Well, for my character, we use the definition of "glamorous and mysterious", the mysterious - it is very important because I want to create an image of a girl that can not be put into an ordinary, banal environment. For example, the role of Bond, Daniel has used many colors, which sometimes contrasted with each other: it was good, tough and vulnerable at the same time, with very strong physically. And all these qualities were the components of his image on the screen. That very same I want for my heroine. "Mysterious" - because she makes non-obvious actions. "
- Is there something special about the "girl" of James Bond, that you would like to change, becoming a "girl" James Bond?
"As I said, Daniel, because of his individuality, has created a contemporary James Bond, and I intend to do this with my heroine. I see her as unique personality in a unique film, it is more of" Bond girl. "So I really wanted to work on the character and create someone charismatic and unpredictable on the screen. Someone more than just a "girl" of Bond than a woman he has to protect. "
- How would you describe your relationship with Bond?
"I'm afraid I can not tell you much." (Laughs)
- At least you can tell which part of the history of the two of you meet, or at least, where?
"In a few places. I'm afraid I can not say anything."
- How did you work with Sam Mendes?
"It really creates a passion, and it's interesting, because I always instinctively knew and was confident that the talent goes hand in hand with restraint and simplicity, and he - the very embodiment of these qualities. For me it is incredibly important, because Sam is so modest and easy to communicate that you can relax and play as an actor as well. All has been very simple, so for me - it is an unforgettable experience. "
- Have you had a lot of action scenes?
"It was a little."
"No, because what I had to do was not dangerous. But I asked to teach me to shoot a weapon, because I really think that in order to create an image of my character it is necessary, as it gives a sense of power, increases the concentration of attention so, yes, it turns out that I trained. "
- Playing modern "girl" of Bond, have you drew inspiration from the images of the old "girls" of Bond?
"Before we start shooting, I reviewed a bunch of James Bond films to revive the memory and filled with the spirit of the franchise. As for the old "girls" of Bond, I pay more attention to them, as predicted by the definition: a good, vile, neurotic, dangerous. I drew inspiration from the general terms and tried to create my own image".
- You mentioned the modern image of the current Bond. How exactly does Daniel Craig effect on the 007?
"Multifaceted character, which gives Daniel Bond, is very interesting. By the way, I'm a big fan of Christopher Walken. He's my favorite actor, because I think he has incredible charisma. There is something animal, something mystical in him. He combines both male and female, plus, of course, talent. And all this gives rise to a mixture of something mysterious, that I want to watch. Daniel is really good, because he uses different shades of his character: vulnerability, strength, and pressure; at times he resembles a robot, but he is sociable, sensible, with a sense of humor".
- Have you had a lot of common scenes with Javier Bardem?
- Tell us how is it work with him? He is very deep actor.
"Yes, very deep and charismatic, and I appreciate this opportunity to be with him, with other powerful actors on the same site, because it is a rare chance. It was hard and fun to work with him in public venues."
- Did you know that from the beginning of a campaign to promote the film, much of your life change?
"Yes, I understand that. Little by little, now I notice that people perceived me differently, although I myself remained the same. It's amazing, and because of this, I realize that something has changed. But this is cool at the same time, because I was not here for fun, not suddenly. It was a long way over the years that I possessed the art, was very normal and peaceful manner. It's true. "
CW has almost completely changed the schedule (in the usual slot, leaving only “The Vampire Diaries”), and tried to make a "theme nights" on the channel. For example, Monday would be "feminine", Wednesday will now be "male", Tuesday - medical and Thursday - fantasy.
A detailed schedule:
9:00-10:00 Gossip Girl / The Carrie Diaries
8:00-9:00 Hart of Dixie
9:00-10:00 Emily Owens MD (formerly First Cut)
8:00-9:00 The Vampire Diaries
9:00-10:00 Beauty and The Beast
8:00-9:00 America's Next Top Model
In the off-season left drama “Cult”. In addition, the channel plans to completely rework the pilot The Selection, without changing the play the lead, and may also run the series in the offseason. The main season will start in October.
According to CBS, so they decided not to fix that, which works fine. As a result, the schedule is only one significant change - moving comedy “Two and a Half Men” on Thursday.
8:00-8:30 How I Met Your Mother
9:00-9:30 2 Broke Girls
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In the off-season left a new drama “Golden Boy” and the new comedy “Friend Me”. “Destiny Rules” of “Engagement” are still not resolved.
Director Chris Columbus has acquired the rights to the film version of the book Calico Joe - the last novel of the famous American writer John Grisham, author, known for so-called "legal thrillers", often portrayed in Hollywood. The producer of the first two Harry Potter films plans to adapt the text of the work and take a picture on it.
Calico Joe was published in April this year on the bestseller list, and according to New York Times made its debut soon in the first place. Grisham's book, who once dreamed of making a career, tells the story of a young man named Joe Castle from the town of Calico Rock, Arkansas - a young and promising baseball player, for a short time proved to be a promising player and earned a good reputation among fans. But his brilliant career in the major league could suspend a fateful throw the ball.
The plot of the novel was inspired by real-life story of Ray Chapman of the athlete's team Cleveland Indians - the only professional baseball player who died on the playing field.
In official statement about buying the rights to bestseller Chris Columbus said: "When I finished reading this beautiful, very touching book, I immediately began to dissipate a movie in my head. I knew that simply must be adapted and directed by Calico Joe. This story appeals to the universal themes of betrayal, tragedy and redemption. It has the potential to turn into classic film, and I will be honored to be part of this project. "
The most recent adaptation of the novel of the writer was a series "The Firm" with Juliette Lewis, is shown on TV this year. In 2004 was released family film "Christmas with the Kranks," based on a comic book, Grisham 2001. The script for this film with Tim Allen and Dan Aykroyd, incidentally, also wrote Columbus.
The director of "Mrs. Doubtfire" the last time replenished his portfolio in 2010 with the movie "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief." List of projects of producer Columbus is updated much more frequently. For example, in 2011 he added a triumphal "The Help."