Adding a new development to a story we’ve been following for a while, Captain Phillips director Paul Greengrass is reportedly eyeing the movie about Richard Jewell, the security guard who became the subject of intense media scrutiny, legal harassment, and outright ridicule after reporting a bombing at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. Show More Summary
All photos by Travis Schneider Conventional wisdom holds that a person should do one thing and do it well. Try to juggle too many different projects or careers and you're bound to fuck some of them up. This apparently doesn't apply to...Show More Summary
We’ve known since February that the fabled Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill bromance first seen in The Wolf of Wall Street would continue into a second film. We’ve also known who that film would be about: Richard Jewell, the security guard who saved the ’96 Olympics from a bomb threat and was wrongfully crucified for it. Show More Summary
Back towards the beginning of the year, we learned that The Wolf of Wall Street stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill would team up again for The Ballad of Richard Jewell, a story based on a Vanity Fair article about the security guard...Show More Summary
Deadline is reporting that Paul Greengrass, best known for his work taking the Bourne series to new heights after a so-so first film, is in talks to helm a movie that Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill have been looking to make for a while now. Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill star in 'American Nightmare', centering on the 1996 Olympic bombing. [...]
Director Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips) is eying the Richard Jewell memoir that has Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill attached to star.
Following their critically-acclaimed performances opposite one another in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill have been planning a new feature film based on the life of security guard Richard Jewell who, in 1996, became both a national hero and, immediately thereafter, a suspect in the Olympic Park bombing. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Paul Greengrass is circling to come aboard and team with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill in the Fox film they are making about Richard Jewell, the heroic security guard who discovered a suspicious backpack in the Olympics compound during the games in Atlanta in 1996. Show More Summary
The boys are coming back - we hope. News has broken that 23 Jump Street is being written by screenwriter Rodney Rothman, who cowrote 22 Jump Street. No official word yet on whether Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will star, but at least we know it's happening. Show More Summary
It looks like the winning duo of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will ride yet again, as “23 Jump Street” is officially in pre-production. Per a Deadline report, the third installment of the popular franchise is still in the beginningShow More Summary
Sony Pictures has tapped a screenwriter to draft a script for "23 Jump Street," a third installment of the hit comedy franchise starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as undercover cops, Deadline is reporting.
For those who stuck around for the credits of 22 Jump Street, you know that Phil Lord & Chris Miller ran the gamut of possible sequels that could follow the first buddy cop comedy sequel in the surprise hit franchise adaptation of the 80s TV series. Show More Summary
"You two sons of bitches are going to Medical School!" Ice Cube's Captain Dickson tells Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum's Schmidt and Jenko at the end of 22 Jump Street
EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures and Original Film have started forward motion on 23 Jump Street. They've set Rodney Rothman to write the script. Rothman was one of the writers who scripted 22 Jump Street for Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. The big question is whether Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will be back to direct the third film. Show More Summary
Between Opening Ceremony’s collection play-sentation written by Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill, and Ralph Lauren’s 4-D takeover of the waters along Central Park’s Cherry Hill lawn, this season's New York Fashion Week has really amped up the fashion-tainment quotient.
Normally the presentations at New York Fashion Week take the form of runway shows, as the city’s high-end designers display their latest lines for the perusal of international buyers. But this year, unconventional fashion brand Opening Ceremony bucked tradition. Show More Summary
Opening Ceremony’s NYFW presentation stood out: a play created by Hollywood names, it proved that fashion shows could be distinctive. More please.
The most impressive part of the one-act play Spike Jonze directed and co-wrote with Jonah Hill for Opening Ceremony’s Spring/Summer 2015
NEW YORK – This city’s fashion week is an open forum. For a price, anyone can show a collection. There is no vetting process. There are no gatekeepers insuring that the fashion industry remains an exclusive club. As a result, there are more than 200 runway shows and presentations over the course of ten days […]