April 5, 2006
McAvoy & Knightley Aim for "Atonement"
James McAvoy, last seen in Narnia, and Keira Knightley, last seen as Domino, will co-star in the potentially controversial British thriller Atonement, an "accused rapist" tale that's based on the novel by Ian McEwan. The film is being directed by sophomore helmer Joe Wright, who made a pretty big splash last year with his Pride & Prejudice rendition.
October 17, 2005
"The Fog" Sweeps Into Box Office First Place
The third horror remake to hit the screens this year, Rupert Wainwright's "The Fog," beat down a pair of other newcomers to grab the top spot in a rather flimsy box office weekend. Remake of a well-remembered John Carpenter flick of the same name, "The Fog" grossed $12.2 in its opening frame, handily overtaking new movies by Cameron Crowe and Tony Scott.
October 12, 2005
Tony Scott Talks About His "Warriors" Remake
MyMovies.net had a recent sit-down with director Tony Scott ("Domino," "Man on Fire") and the always-busy filmmaker had a few rather interesting things to say about his upcoming remake of "The Warriors" and the original film, as directed by Walter Hill.
October 10, 2005
Wallace & Gromit are Big Cheese at the Weekend Box Office
DreamWorks' clay-mated "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" snagged the #1 spot at the weekend box office with a decent haul of $16.1 million from over 3,600 theaters, handily bumping Jodie Foster's "Flightplan" (and its third weekend tally of $10.8 million) into second place.
October 7, 2005
Come See Keira Shake Her Can!
Next weekend sees the release of the semi-biopic "Domino," in which the lovely Keira Knightley plays a model-turned-bounty hunter -- and we're here to report that ComingSoon.net has one rump-shakin' exclusive clip!
August 11, 2005
Trailer Bulletin: Domino (Trailer #2)
The release date's been bounced around quite a bit, but it seems like New Line has finally settled on October 14th for the release of "Domino," and you can see the all-new trailer for the rather bizarre-looking flick right here.
June 30, 2005
With Domino Deceased, the Movie Moves On
Domino Harvey, daughter of actor Laurence Harvey, model-turned-bounty hunter, and subject of the upcoming Tony Scott thriller "Domino," has died at the age of 35, says The Hollywood Reporter.
March 29, 2005
New Trailer Divulges New Line's "Domino" Theory
How do you feel about Keira Knightley ("Pirates of the Caribbean," "King Arthur")? How about director Tony Scott ("Enemy of the State," "True Romance") and screenwriter Richard Kelly ("Donnie Darko")? Could you say no to an ensemble cast that includes Christopher Walken, Lucy Liu, Delroy Lindo, Jacqueline Bisset AND Mickey Rourke? Well then, check out the first trailer for "Domino" right here at Yahoo! Movies.