Adam Cozad’s other credits include 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' starring Chris Pine and upcoming 'Underwater' with Kristen Stewart and T.J. Miller
The Secret Life of Pets debuted to a bigger-than-expected $103.2 million from 4,370 theaters at the North American box office — eclipsing Inside Out ($90.4 million) to score the best start ever for an original animated property, not accounting for inflation. Elsewhere, Zac Efron and Adam Devine’s Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates likewise beats expectations with a $16.6 million domestic opening.
Writer Rich Cohen, a co-creator of HBO’s 'Vinyl', defends his profile as a "compliment" and "goof" as social media users and media down have some fun at his expense
Animated comedy expected to dethrone Disney-Pixar’s blockbuster “Finding Dory,” which has won three consecutive weekends
By Ryan Harkness, Uproxx Old school movie producer Jerry Weintraub sounded like an interesting guy. He went on to produce popular franchises like The Karate Kid and George Clooney’s Oceans films, but through it all, his greatest desire was to make a Tarzan movie. Related: Alexander Skarsgård Ate 7,000 Calories A Day To Get Into Shape For ‘The Legend Of Tarzan’ That goal was realized this year with The Legend of Tarzan starring Alexander Skarsgård, but sad Weintraub died of heart failure while the film was still in post-production, a year almost to the day of the movie’s release. It took seven years of rewrites and casting calls to get everything right, and along the way, Weintraub had some rather unique ideas on who might play Tarzan.
Disney is weathering a lopsided Fourth of July at the North American box office between two of its films, ruling champ Finding Dory and Steven Spielberg’s pricey misfire, The BFG.
In The Legend of Tarzan, gone is the high-pitched yodel that has become a hallmark of Tarzan, and in its place is a ferocious howl by Alexander Skarsgard.
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Alexander Skarsgard stars as the vine-swinger raised by apes, alongside Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson, and Christoph Waltz, in director David Yates' new take on the Edgar Rice Burroughs classic
“It’s not the Tarzan that you expect,” Alexander Skarsgård said last week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas about the hero he plays in the upcoming adventure reboot, The Legend of Tarzan. Directed by four-time Harry Potter helmer David Yates, The Legend of Tarzan opens a decade after its hero has left the African jungles, where he was raised by great apes since he was an infant. “I thought that was really smart when I first read the script,” Skarsgård said.
Warner Bros. has released its second trailer for this summer’s The Legend of Tarzan, one that reveals a bit more about the movie’s narrative, as well as a menagerie of CGI animals.