Ben Kingsley, James Badge Dale and Charlotte Le Bon are in negotiations to join Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the upcoming drama To Walk the Clouds.
We first reported on this project back in February, when Joseph Gordon-Levitt signed on to play Philippe Petit, the high wire artist who successfully walked between New York's Twin Towers on a tightrope in 1974. It isn't known what characters Ben Kingsley, James Badge Dale and Charlotte Le Bon will portray.Read More
James Badge Dale is in negotiations to star in Legendary Pictures' supernatural thriller Spectral. Nic Mathieu will be directing.
The project follows a covert special-ops unit that battles supernatural being that have taken down New York City. It is being described as a supernatural Black Hawk Down. Ian Fried penned the original treatment with the script written by George Nolfi. John Gatins also re-wrote the screenplay.Read More
After making his film debut at just 12 years of age in 1990's Lord of the Flies, James Badge Dale returned to the craft with a string of roles in the early 2000s, appearing on 24 as Chase Edmunds, Rescue Me as Timo Gavin, and The Black Donnellys as Samson. He had a breakout year in 2010, starring in the HBO mini-series The Pacific and the brilliant but short-lived AMC show Rubicon, which lead to impressive turns in The Conspirator, Shame, The Grey, and Flight. This versatile actor returns to the big screen once again in Iron Man 3 as the villainous Eric Savin a.k.a. Coldblood, the Extremis-enhanced soldier who does the dirty work for Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian. I recently had the chance to speak with James Badge Dale about his bad-ass bald look, working for director Shane Black, a lost episode of Rubicon, and much more. Take a look at what he had to say.
I've got to say, the bald look is rather bad-ass for you. Were you ever thinking about possibly keeping that look after seeing yourself as Coldblood?Read More
Exclusive Media Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East announced today that principal photography has commenced on the feature film Parkland. Based on the book Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, by Vincent Bugliosi, the adapted screenplay is written by award-winning journalist and novelist Peter Landesman, who is making his directorial debut. The dramatic thriller is produced by Playtone partners Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, as well as Exclusive Media, and The American Film Company, which will also co-finance with Exclusive. Bill Paxton is also a producer.
Founded by entrepreneur Joe Ricketts, The American Film Company is dedicated to making films about true stories from American history. The company's last feature, The Conspirator, starred James McAvoy and Robin Wright and was directed by Robert Redford. Ricketts and American Film Company president Brian D. Falk are Executive Producers on Parkland.Read More
On http://movieweb.com/iron-man-3-gets-james-badge-dale-as-coldblood/May 16th, it was revealed that actor James Badge Dale had joined the cast of Iron Man 3 as Eric Savin, aka Coldblood, a U.S. Army Colonel turned cyborg killing machine.
Now, new photos from director Shane Black's Wilmington, N.C. set have revealed that James Badge Dale will also be donning the Iron Patriot armor for this upcoming sequel.Read More
James Badge Dale has joined the cast of Iron Man 3 as U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Eric Savin, aka Coldblood.
In the comic books, Colonel Savin is in charge of Project: Ultra-Tech. He steps on a landmine that blows his body to pieces. After being dead for 2.3 minutes, he is brought back to life as a cyborg and becomes an urban soldier who freelances as a mercenary. Though on the side of good, he has never appeared opposite Tony Stark in the Marvel comics.Read More
On January 27th comes the wilderness survival thriller The Grey, from writer/director Joe Carnahan, which follows an unruly group of oil-rig roughnecks who find themselves stranded in a remote section of Alsaka, facing the freezing elements and a pack of hungry wolves. Ryan J. Downey recently caught up with Joe Carnahan, as well as members of his cast, including Liam Neeson, Dermot Mulroney, James Badge Dale, Frank Grillo, James Badge Dale, and Dallas Roberts, to find out more about the icy experience behind making this crowd pleaser. Check out our exclusive interview featurette below.
The Grey was released January 27th, 2012.Read More
20th Century Fox, star Bruce Willis, and director John Moore have narrowed down their search for the role of John McClane Jr. in A Good Day to Die Hard to four actors: Liam Hemsworth, Aaron Paul, James Badge Dale, and D.J. Cotrona.
Aaron Paul was mentioned in a report last month, which revealed he tested for the role. Ben Foster and Milo Ventimiglia also tested for the role, although it doesn't seem they have made the cut.Read More