When she stepped onto the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival, Every Secret Thing director Amy Berg was already in the spotlight for reportedly working with Bryan Singer accuser Michael Egan III on a documentary about sex abuse in Hollywood.
But Berg refused to answer questions about that or even her film premiering Sunday night, declining to speak to reporters ahead of the screening.
Star Diane Lane told The Hollywood Reporter that she was impressed by the choices the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker made in post-production on her scripted-feature directorial debut.
“Watching her skill set really in the post-production was really incredible because this is the type of story that you could tell seven different ways and have seven different movies depending on how you edited it, because the timing of the release of the information within the storytelling affects your experience of the movie,” Lane said. “So I was very delighted with how it turned out, and I credit Amy with that a lot.”
Diane Lane played Superman’s mom Martha Kent in Man of Steel and she’s coming back for the sequel. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Lane explained that most of the cast and crew headed to Detroit a couple of weeks ago for camera tests.
The actress told THR that she just came back from Detroit, where they’re doing camera tests for the highly-anticipated sequel. She said that she filmed a few shots of her feeling the Superman costume and joked that she hadn’t had the chance to do the same with the Batman costume.
Speaking of camera tests, director of cinematography Larry Fong tweeted a photo of his camera and a blurry figure in a business suit last week. Many fans believe that we got our first (extremely blurry) shot of Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne that day.
With camera tests underway it won’t be long until production officially kicks off. I’ve heard that things will get started around May 19th.
Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m still around. Updates coming asap.
Josh Brolin and Diane Lane have finalized their divorce.
The pair had separated earlier this year, and Los Angeles County Superior Court documents filed Nov. 27 made the split official.
Lane, 48, who had legally changed her name to Diane Lane Brolin, has restored her name to Diane Lane.
Last month, Brolin, 45, checked into a rehab facility following several public altercations.
The actors were married in 2004, during a ceremony at Brolin’s central California ranch.
The couple have had a tumultuous marriage, as Brolin was arrested just four months after the wedding for spousal battery. Although Lane phoned police claiming Brolin had hit her, she did not press charges.
After the couple separated, James Brolin, Josh’s father, told PEOPLE the split was “mutual.”
“He’s great,” James said. “You know, everything is mutual. It’s all okay.”
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that the newest Superman film entitled MAN OF STEEL (click the link to read the review), from director Zack Snyder and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe and Kevin Costner, will be available in a 3D Blu-ray combo pack as well as a Blu-ray combo pack on November 12, 2013. There will also be a 3D Limited Collector’s Edition, which features the theatrical version of the film in 3D hi-definition, hi-definition and standard definition, and also includes a limited release metal “S” glyph with lucite glass stand. Snazzy.
Here’s the official synopsis for MAN OF STEEL: A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.