In this adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 'The Golden Man', Nicholas Cage plays a man who can see into the future and change it any way that he wants. As he tries to avoid capture by a government organization, he must win the love of a woman (Julianne Moore) who he learns will be the mother of his child.
Paramount Pictures has provided us with 5 exclusive images from their upcoming sci-fi thriller, Next, starring Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel, Thomas Kretschmann, Tory Kittles and Peter Falk.
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Based on an adaptation of Philip K. Dick's The Golden Man, Next sees Nicholas Cage play a man who can see into the future and change it any way that he wants. As he tries to avoid capture by a government organization, he must win the love of a woman (Julianne Moore) who he learns will be the mother of his child.
We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Next Screenwriter/Executive Producer Gary Goldman and Executive Producer Jason Koornick. They spoke about the film, working with the cast and what they have coming up next...Read More
Paramount Pictures has launched the official website for Next, an action-packed film starring Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, Jessica Biel and Peter Falk.
The official site has launched at NextMovie.com, where you can find downloads, videos, an image gallery and more. While you're there, see if you have the power of ESP with the card game. Guess the next card in the deck and you may have the gift.Read More
A speaking role in Revolution Studios' upcoming action adventure movie Next, starring Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore, is the grand prize for the one talented winner of Starz' original reality micro-series Looking for Stars. The series will follow nearly two-hundred contestants from their first auditions through the appearance of the winner on the film set. Looking for Stars will premiere at 8:50 p.m. (ET/PT) Monday, June 19 on Starz, and continue through September.
The 14-episode micro-series is the first reality show of its kind: each episode is just 10-minutes long. Thousands of aspiring actors responded to Starz' casting call in January and vied for the 300 audition spots for the chance to be in a major motion picture. Auditions were held in New York, Las Vegas, Orlando and Kansas City, with only eight semi-finalists getting tickets to the finals in Hollywood. Original MTV VJ Alan Hunter and two local industry pros did the judging in each city. In the final, Hunter is joined by actor/director Melanie Mayron (thirtysomething and The Baby-Sitters Club) and Revolution Studios executive Brad Sexton, who will make the ultimate decision of who will be cast in a speaking role in Next.Read More