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Gods of Egypt star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will be coming to Sydney. Photo: Getty Images New South Wales has beaten Victoria to land Alex Proyas' Hollywood $150 million movie Gods of Egypt . The Hollywood-backed action fantasy, which stars Gerard
They gazed at the city's twinkling panorama from a kingpin's penthouse, plotting sweet revenge. They fled posh hotels, valises full of silky nothings smothering a still warm pistol. In dozens of brooding crime dramas ... they routinely proved the
Zero Year is writer Scott Snyder's and artist Greg Capullo's ambitious 11-part comics event exploring Bruce Wayne's beginnings as the Caped Crusader in DC Comics' New 52. Snyder is joining Hero Complex each month for an exclusive preview of the next
Still, I was just a bit disappointed that there were no new tax tips from Repairman Jack in Dark City . One of the other characters had some good tax advice, if your life takes a certain path, but I'll give you some background first...Repairman Jack
American Cinematheque presents the new series Motion Picturesque: Cinema At Its Most Beautiful , with films meant for the big screen. Tonight at 7:30 pm, the Egyptian screens a great double feature: Fritz Lang's sci-fi/dystopian masterpiece
Wilson on his way to becoming Hollywood's next Philip K Dick? First his unpublished robot uprising novel Robopocalpyse gets picked up by Steven Spielberg. And now Wilson's latest work, Amped has been scooped up by the Dark City director Alex Proyas.
Alien Movies You Must See (That Aren't Alien) by Gavin Bard on October 22, 2012 One of the most common plot points in sci-fi movies are creatures from other planets. It makes for easy movie fodder, since humanity's inherent curiosity in what else
Alex Proyas to Helm 'Gods of Egypt' for Summit Proyas, the director behind "I, Robot" and "Dark City," is in negotiations to direct the fantasy epic. PM PDT 5/17/2012 by Borys Kit share Getty Images Alex Proyas is in negotiations to direct Gods of
PDT 4/10/2012 by Pamela McClintock share Getty Images The film adaptation of Robert Heinlein's 1942 novella will begin shooting this fall in Australia. Australian filmmaker Alex Proyas is set to direct The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag for
Rufus Sewell and director Alex Proyas are reteaming for Legendary Pictures' "Paradise Lost," Legendary announced on Monday. Bradley Cooper and Benjamin Walker star in the movie, an adaptation of John Milton's 17th-century poem.