Can religion and science co-exist? That’s just one of the big-picture questions examined with varying success in “Finding Altamira,” a well-mounted if largely prosaic period drama directed by Hugh Hudson (“Chariots of Fire”). The film, set in late 19th century Spain, is based on the true story...
Barbra Streisand’s new album is ridiculous. It’s called Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, and it consists of duets with actors like Chris Pine, Alec Baldwin, Jamie Foxx, Hugh Jackman, Melissa McCarthy, and Antonio Banderas. To promote the album, Streisand went on NPR to give an equally ridiculous interview, during which she revealed that she called […]
Melanie Griffith is reportedly feeling lonelier than ever since she ended her marriage with Antonio Banderas in December, 2015. The two celebrities fell in love with each other while filming on the set of Two Much, the 1995 romantic comedy film, and took their wedding vows in May, 1996, with their daughter Stella being born... Show More Summary
Stop the press everyone, because Malaga-born Hollywood star and all-round old hot Spanish dude (some would say!), has just launched a new fashion label, and he does so on the day he is also celebrating his 56th day of birth on planet Earth.
"Perhaps all of our ideas are wrong?" Samuel Goldwyn has unveiled an official trailer for the film Finding Altamira, starring Antonio Banderas as Spanish archaeologist Marcelino. Back in 1879, Marcelino and his daughter Maria (played by Allegra Allen) discovered the now-famous cave called Altamira in northern Spain. Show More Summary
Starz is stepping up its efforts to get its Havana Quartet drama series project starring Antonio Banderas off the ground, bringing in veteran showrunner Tom Fontana as executive producer. He is bringing a steady and experienced hand to the ambitious production, which is looking to be the first U.S. Show More Summary
Antonio Banderas is set to play one of the most challenging roles in his career: the legendary Gianni Versace. According to The Guardian, Antonio Banderas will headline the unauthorized biopic of fashion icon Gianni Versace, a film that Versace’s estate is calling a work of fiction. Show More Summary
Antonio Banderas will be playing the role of the late Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace in an upcoming biopic directed by Bille August. Donatella Versace, the sister of Gianni, is now the chief designer of the Versace Group. According to the company, the upcoming biopic about Gianni Versace is unauthorized and “should only be seen... Show More Summary
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Antonio Banderas will reportedly star as Gianni Versace in a new biopic about the Italian designer’s life. Banderas is said to be a life-long fan of Versace and credits him with having inspired his own fashion designing endeavors. Last year, the actor enrolled on an MA fashion course at Central Saint Martins, later producing his first […]
The actor and blossoming fashion designer will play his idol in a new film directed by Billie August.
Exclusive: Australian actor Martin Dingle Wall has joined the cast of Simon West’s Salty opposite Antonio Banderas and Olga Kurylenko. Known for such Oz TV series as Upper Middle Bogan, Home And Away and Cops LAC, he also recently starred in feature Strangerland. Show More Summary
This sounds good, even if it is a Simon West film. Read more...
The Desperado star will soon chase down pirates in search of his supermodel wife.
Antonio Banderas has been set to star in Simon West's action-comedy, Salty. Principal photography begins next month in Chile. Banderas will play Turk Henry, an aging rock star and reformed sex addict married to a supermodel who is abducted by pirates while on vacation. Show More Summary
It’s been over ten years since Antonio Banderas donned the mask of Zorro. In that time, the world has seen all manner of financial crisis, grassroots uprisings, and evidence of a complex network of tax havens and shell corporations to hide the wealth of the wealthy. Perhaps more than ever before, the world needs the likes […]
The last time moviegoers saw Zorro on the big screen, it was 2005's The Legend of Zorro, and Antonio Banderas was playing the famous fictional swordsman. Well, just like a lot of properties, Hollywood wants to give Zorro another shot, and back in February, it was announced that Gravity director JonÃ¡s CuarÃ³n would both helm and write the new movie. Show More Summary
Production is set to begin in Italy next month on the psychological thriller BLACK BUTTERFLY, a film which will find Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Antonio Banderas playing out a scenario that sounds rather reminiscent of Stephen King's...Show More Summary
Antonio Banderas (Once Upon a Time in Mexico, The Expendables 3) and Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Mission: Impossible III, “The Tudors”) will star opposite one another in the psychological thriller Black Butterfly, directed by Brian Goodman (What Doesn’t Kill You). Show More Summary
Fifty Shades Darker star Dakota Johnson is reportedly blaming Antonio Banderas for mom Melanie Griffith’s depression. Jamie Dornan’s onscreen partner allegedly called the Desperado actor a “selfish man who is trying to recapture hisShow More Summary