Later this year, The Hunger Games franchise star Liam Hemsworth shares the screen with acting giants Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman in Paranoia, hitting theaters on August 16th. And Hemsworth is continuing his rise to A-list status as THR reports he will be leading a film called Aurora Rising for Relativity Media. Show More Summary
Variety is reporting that WHITE SPACE star Jocko Sims has joined the cast of Fox’s currently filming DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, joining the previously announced Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Kodi-Smit McPhee and Gary Oldman.Show More Summary
Jocko Sims (pictured; Crash, White Space, Something Is Killing Tate) has joined the cast of Fox’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, opposite Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Kodi-Smit McPhee and Gary Oldman, Variety reports. Fox has set the film for release on May 23, 2014. Matt Reeves replaced Rupert Wyatt, who had directed 2011’s... Read More
There's a ton of amazing talent in David Bowie's music video for "The Next Day": Bowie, for one, but also Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, reunited after The Dark Knight Rises. But the video itself is a dismally on-the-nose critique of organized religion. NSFWish for breasts and blood. Read more...
David Bowie’s The Next Day music video has turned a few heads since its official release yesterday, and we can see why! The video, starring Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman, was temporarily removed from YouTube after it was marked as offensive. In fact, it seems the scene in which Marion begins bleeding from stigmata marks after dancing [...]
David Bowie’s controversial “The Next Day” music video has been returned to YouTube. The heavily Catholic-themed footage features Gary Oldman as a priest, Marion Cottillard as some sort of saintly hysteric complete with stigmata symptoms, and Bowie himself in the role of Jesus Christ only if Christ was maybe hung with rope instead of on [...]Show More Summary
Andy Serkis returns as the ape Caesar alongside co-stars Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman and Keri Russell in Matt Reeves' sci-fi sequel. [...]
Prostitutes and Catholic priests are the subjects of David Bowie latest music video. The singer once again loaded up his video with famous faces – Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard take the lead in “The Next Day,” the title track from Bowie’s recently released album. The video opens with a beggar and a priest, played by Oldman. He’s seen [...]
Blood, boobs, and Bowie. What more do you want?
David Bowie gets what David Bowie wants, and if that means having Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman star in his latest music video, then by God, that’s what’s going to happen. The Thin White Duke is at it again with this impressive video for the titular track from The Next Day, which you probably shouldn’t [...]
Matt Reeves is directing this sci-fi action sequel starring Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Andy Serkis as the ape Caesar. [...]
David Bowie features acting powerhouses Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard in his gory new music video for the title track of his recent album, “The Next Day,” which premiered online this morning.
You can’t accuse David Bowie of mellowing with age. His new Floria Sigismondi-directed video for “The Next Day” features priests, cardinals, prostitutes and what appears to be a knight partying at something that looks like a legion hall, and then gets weirder from there. Show More Summary
David Bowie’s last music video had him cavorting with Tilda Swinton, but for his new clip, the Thin White Duke has doubled his celebri-quotient. “The New Day” features a robed Bowie crooning to a bar full of clergy and whores, including bishop Gary Oldman and stigmata-prone prostitute Marion Cotillard. Show More Summary
David Bowie is causing quite the ruckus now that he’s back in the music scene. His new video for The Next Day, starring Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, violently tackles both religion and devil worship, and it’s bound to catch people’s — and the Vatican’s — attention! Including over-sexed clergymen, self-flagellation, Marion’s sudden development of stigmata, [...]
Directed by Floria Sigismondi, the video stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard read more
That's Marion as Jesus, btw.
"Blesses" is a generous interpretation of what David Bowie does in the latest celebrity-enhanced video from The Next Day; the more specific description would be "shows up in religious robes and causes Marion Cotillard's prostitute stigmata to erupt." Gary Oldman, as an angry priest, stands by as the blood starts ... More »
If you’ve been wondering what David Bowie and Gary Oldman were doing wandering around
When David Bowie makes a comeback, he does so in style -- and has lots of famous friends who want in on the fun. His latest music video, the title track from his album "The Next Day," stars Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard andShow More Summary