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Watch Riddick Online Catlett, meanwhile is best known for his role as Joey Matthews on the crime thriller television series The Following. He's also completed work on the Jean-Pierre Jeunet film The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, in which he plays the title character. You can watch the trailer for the film below. Apparently it's not just Steve Carell who has undergone a physical change for his role in director Bennett Miller's upcoming thriller Foxcatcher. When the first still from the film was released last month we noted that the former Office star was wearing a large prosthetic nose to play millionaire John du Pont, but it seems that his co-stars Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo have altered their appearances as well. Sony Pictures has unveiled two new stills from the film, and at first glance you may not recognize the stars.

Watch One Direction This Is Us Online Based on a harrowing true story, Tatum stars as Olympic Gold Medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz, who is desperate to find a way to come out from beneath the shadow of his brother Dave Schultz (Ruffalo), also an Olympic wrestler. Mark believes that he has a chance to do this when he meets du Pont, an eccentric multi-millionaire who offers Mark the chance to move in with him and train for the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. This turns out to be a bad move, as du Pont's turns out to be a paranoid schizophrenic with serious issues and his horrible coaching methods begin to break Mark down psychologically.

Watch We're The Millers Online In the still above you can see Tatum and Ruffalo expressing some brotherly love, and judging from the latter's shirt they are at du Pont's wrestling training facility. The facial hair and haircuts really disguise the actors, but at the same time it does help in making me believe that these two could be siblings. Tatum already looks like a broken man in the shot, so presumably it comes from the latter half of the film. The next image is a photograph of exactly what has crushed his spirit: While Foxcatcher won't be in theaters until December, it will be having its premiere a month earlier than that. AFI Fest has announced that Miller's film will be having its gala world premiere at the festival in November, with Disney's Saving Mr. Banks set to be the event's opening night film. It's also been announced that the Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is going to be the title that closes out the fest. More films are surely going to be announced in the comics months, as AFI Fest doesn't start until November 7th.

Watch The World's End Online With any luck these photos are also an indication that we may soon see the first trailer from the film. I'm desperate to know what kind of voice Carell will be using for the part, as I can't imagine that his voice will be unaltered by that new schnoz. In the meantime you can just watch the trailer for Miller's last movie, Moneyball, and continue to get excited for the director's newest film. Benedict Cumberbatch is everywhere we turn nowadays, and today he's found yet another way to continue his ubiquitousness streak. Deadline is reporting out of the Toronto International Film Festival that the Sherlock star is now attached to play the lead role in The Lost City of Z, the long in-development adaptation of David Grann's book that director James Gray is attached to helm.

Watch Closed Circuit Online If the title sounds familiar it may be because the project has been around since 2008. For a long time Brad Pitt was set to play the story's lead, British soldier/spy Percy Fawcett, though he left the movie all the way back in November of 2010. Gray, however, has been attached from the very beginning, and in the time since has directed the dramatic mystery The Immigrant with Jeremy Renner (which premiered at Cannes earlier this year), and written the script for the Clive Owen-starring crime thriller Blood Ties.

Watch Getaway Online Set in 1925, the new film centers on Fawcett as he travels into the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil searching for a civilization. When he discovers the mythical Lost City of Z he is excited to share the news with his peers - but nobody believes him. In order to prove his discovery is legitimate, Fawcett goes back into the jungle with his son to try and get proof. The book is based on a true story and in reality Fawcett and his son were never seen or heard from again. Cumberbatch will be all over the Toronto International Festival in the next couple weeks, as he has three movies that will be getting their debut during the event. First up we have Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave, which is already riding on big buzz thanks to a very successful premiere at Telluride: Then there's Bill Condon's The Fifth Estate, in which Cumberbatch will be starring as notorious journalist Julian Assange: And finally there's John Wells' adaptation of August: Osage County:

In addition to all of that, we will soon be seeing new episodes of Sherlock, and hearing Cumberbatch's voice come out of a dragon in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. It's a shame that we won't get to see him work with Guillermo del Toro on Crimson Peak, but I guess his dance card is pretty full up at this point. James Cameron is a director fairly well versed in the world of cinematic space. Aliens and Avatar transported audiences beyond our stars and opened up entire universes, and both are considered by many to be two of the best space films to ever come out of Hollywood. Those credits in mind, its significant that Cameron would call one of the most anticipated films of the upcoming fall season, "the best space film ever done."

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