According to Deadline, Bradley Cooper will star in a movie adaptation of the book 'Dark Invasion,' which follows attacks in the US by Germany in 1915. Bradley Cooper would play the NYPD captain who must find the German spies.
It seems to come around every so often in Hollywood – this year, the movies with close release dates and similar concepts are 'Olympus Has Fallen' and 'White House Down,' in which enemy forces take over the White House and put the president in peril.
In an age of all-too-easy digital manipulation, there are good reasons to suspect the veracity of a visual image. But there's another kind of photographic truth-telling needed: focusing beyond dramatic scenes of conflict and suffering and fairly showing the people of the world without stereotypes.
Michelle Obama appeared via satellite from the White House, announcing that 'Argo' had won. Many Best Picture contenders had political themes.
Academy-Award nominated film 'Zero Dark Thirty' has more issues than its disappointing Oscar showing. Based on my interviews with military interrogators, the movie's portrayal of torture as effective – even vital to getting Osama bin Laden – couldn't be further from the truth.