Last weekend (on January 12) Nicholas attended the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards to support his girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence who was nominated for her work in the movie American Hustle. Jennifer won the award and because Nicholas was sitting next to her we got a glimpse of him during the show. Because Nicholas skipped the red carpet we only have three photos of him and Jennifer during the show. I’d like to thank my friend Lindsey for donating the photos!
Last week X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer tweeted “#Xmen #Apocalypse 2016!” which raised the question who’s going to be in the new X-Men movie. Vulture.com is now reporting that the “First Class” cast will be part of the new movie!
Vulture has learned that after finishing up next summer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, Singer will indeed be behind the camera on the new film, making this the director’s first back-to-back foray into the X-Men world since he kicked off the franchise with X-Men (in 2000) and X2 (in 2003). But though Days of Future Past weaves together the veteran X-Men cast (including Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, and Halle Berry) and the younger actors introduced in X-Men: First Class (James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence), and Apocalypse will be a direct sequel set up in Days of Future Past’s closing moments, the new film is intended to focus strictly on the younger McAvoy-Fassbender cast. The movie suggests that though First Class was the franchise’s lowest earner when it bowed in 2011, Fox has enough confidence that the star-packed Days of Future Past will give the new cast enough momentum to stand on its own.
Nicholas’ upcoming movie Young Ones is set to premiere at Sundance Film Festival next month.
Young Ones/ U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Jake Paltrow)—When a series of events is set into motion, altering his young life forever, Jerome is forced to make choices that no child should ever have to make. Cast: Michael Shannon, Nicholas Hoult, Elle Fanning, Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Blazing into theaters nearly three years after shooting began, Warner Bros. has dated its fourth “Mad Max” movie, “Fury Road,” for release on May 15, 2015.
The film, which began filming in summer 2012, stars Tom Hardy, Nicholas Hoult and Charlize Theron. George Miller, who directed the previous three installments, returns to helm “Fury Road.”
Warners and Village Roadshow will release the film in 3D.
“Fury Road” marks the second May release for the franchise: the series’ second installment, “The Road Warrior,” bowed May 21, 1982, and grossed $23.7 million. The third film, “Mad Max Thunderdome,” stands as the franchise’s biggest grosser, with $36.2 million domestically in 1985.