"Arrow" lead actor Stephen Amell addresses rumors that he will play character Christian Grey in film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey" series.
Actors run through chemistry reads for the parts of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in the film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Jamie Dornan has been cast in Fifty Shades of Grey, replacing Charlie Hunnam! When the film ran into production trouble a couple of weeks ago after Charlie dropped out, we had a sneaking suspicion Jamie would be the man to replace him. There were many con
Part I: Joe Manganiello expresses interest in the iconic '50 Shades' role and Peter Facinelli reveals if he's boxers, briefs, or commando.
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A hapless, hustling young attorney, Leo Harrigan (Ryan O'Neal), is on the run from an irate client when he falls into the hands of pioneer independent filmmaker H. H. Cobb (Brian Keith). As Harrigan begins writing for Cobb's Kinegraph Studios, he meets Kathleen (Jane Hitchcock), an aspiring actress, and falls instantly in love. Hoping to avoid the prying eyes of larger, rival production companies, Cobb hustles Harrigan off to direct several silent action films in the prairies of the Midwest. Although one of the major studios sends an enforcer, ex-alligator wrestler "Buck" Greenway (Burt Reynolds), to make trouble, after a fight with Harrigan, he agrees to join the company as its leading man. And during the filming of an action sequence, Buck and Kathleen are brought together in the basket of a runaway balloon and agree to marry. The entire crew, including Alice (Tatum O'Neal), a teenage truck driver who runs her own prop rental business, moves to Hollywood where they walk into a nickelodeon that is showing edited versions of the films they have been sending Cobb. Irate, they confront the studio tycoon and announce plans to form their own company. But the restrictions of a large studio and a romantic triangle conspire to break up the relationship until they reunite at the opening of D.W. Griffith's "The Birth of a Nation," where a new age in filmmaking is born.
Burt Reynolds and Ryan O'Neal star in this heartfelt valentine to the early days of moviemaking. O'Neal is the film director who literally stumbles into his job, and Reynolds is an overnight screen hero. Based on actual reminiscences of such veterans as Raoul Walsh and Allan Dwan.
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