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"When it [went viral] I thought, 'Aw crap,'" Cranston said.
This time, the robots are in charge?
As you can see, the story of Noah was already borrowed and given a new purpose by Hebrew scribes. It has been retold countless times, and the theme is now being used by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky to tell his own idiosyncratic tale of environmental retribution and redemption.
Sacha is a first-time director. For a film as intimate as this one, did that concern you at all? You just have to trust your
Neither is Hopkins, which is why it wasn't that surprising to hear the Oscar-winning star rail against both Method acting
Joe Johnston's remake isn't dreadful -- certainly not as awful as the commercials make it look. It's not a good movie, by any stretch -- but it could have been a lot worse.
Not content with an Oscar-winning career playing characters from the cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter to Richard