In a summit of Oscar-winning stars, Del Toro sits down with Jamie Foxx in a far-ranging, candid interview.
The drug war is hell in Sony’s first trailer for sequel, with del Toro returning as undercover operative Alejandro Gillick and Josh Brolin back as CIA agent Matt Graver.
The Marvel-based feature will be directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood based on a script by "Thor: Ragnarok" scribe Chris Yost.
As the Canadian director follows 'Sicario' with weekend box office hit 'Arrival' -- and with his sequel to a sci-fi classic now in the works -- here's a primer for those who want to dive into some of his previous, less seen work
Screenwriter Taylor Sheridan tells Collider for his follow-up to drug-trafficking drama he "wrote something I double dared them to actually make"
Stefano Sollima tells U.K.'s Independent he views Soldado and the film that will follow it as part of anthology, with shared characters but standalone stories
The nominees for the 2016 Academy Awards will be announced on Thursday, and Golden Globe winners like Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant) and Brie Larson (Room) are as close as you can get to sure things. But Oscar always has a few surprises up his sleeve and occasionally a long-shot contender makes the cut. Below are 13 unlikely actors and movies we’d love to see named on Thursday morning.
The Producers Guild has announced its nominees in the categories of theatrical motion picture, long-form television, digital series and sports programs.
Emily Blunt in New York Sept. 16 (Photo:Craig Barritt/ for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) Sicario star Emily Blunt was on The Howard Stern Show Wednesday and revealed something you definitely won’t be seeing in the drug-war thriller that’s in theaters now: her breasts. Blunt told Stern that she successfully lobbied to skip the scene that would’ve had her topless opposite Benicio del Toro’s hitman character.
Release date: Sept. 18, 2015 Written by: Taylor Sheridan Director: Denis Villeneuve Starring: Emily Blunt as Kate Macer Benicio del Toro as Alejandro Gillick Josh Brolin as Matt Graver
Remember when Emily Blunt was best known for playing a neurotic fashion magazine assistant in The Devil Wears Prada? Those days seem long gone, with the actress more recently showing her tough side in futuristic action films like Looper and Edge of Tomorrow. The 32-year-old Brit takes it up a notch in the upcoming crime drama Sicario, where she plays an idealistic FBI agent assigned to help hunt down an anonymous drug lord. And while this one — directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) — is decidedly more gritty and grounded in present-day realism, Blunt still has to be ready for action.
When you look closely at her filmography, you notice that Emily Blunt has an almost unbelievable range. Now, she’s taking on another, more realistic kind of warrior role in director Denis Villeneuve’s dark and terrifyingly tense drug-war drama Sicario, which made its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival today.