After Hours: Is It Kevin Costner In Superman, Tom Hardy Talks Bane And More


After Hours, just what is After Hours, well it is a movie column named after one of my favorite Martin Scorsese films. After Hours will feature any movie news we might have missed during the day. After all we are human.

After Hours: Is It Kevin Costner In Superman, Tom Hardy Talks Bane And More

Deadline is reporting that Kevin Costner is in talks to join the cast of Zack Snyder’s Untitled Superman project. Latino Review adds that he would play as Jonathan ‘Pa’ Kent.

After Hours: Is It Kevin Costner In Superman, Tom Hardy Talks Bane And More

Tom Hardy talked about his role as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises when he made an appearance on the British talk show “Alan Carr: Chatty Man”

Hardy joked about how Christopher Nolan’s interpretation of Bane would not be the same as Joel Schumacher’s Bane from Batman and Robin. He did say he would have to add at least 30 extra pounds before production starts in May. (

Paramount Pictures will release the Director’s Fan Cut of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never exclusively for Digital 3D screens on February 25 with tickets going on sale tomorrow February 22 at 8 p.m. EST.

You can read the press release below.

HOLLYWOOD, CA (February 21, 2011) – Paramount’s Insurge Pictures today announced plans to release “JUSTIN BIEBER: NEVER SAY NEVER” DIRECTOR’S FAN CUT for an exclusive one-week run beginning Friday, February 25th in 3D theaters across the U.S. and Canada. In an unprecedented move, Paramount will release a revamped version of the star’s movie three-weekends following its initial release. Tickets for the limited engagement go on-sale Tuesday, February 22nd at 5pm PST/8pm EST.

As he began the editing process several months ago, and upon realizing the significant amount of great footage he had obtained, director Jon M. Chu began to develop with the studio an idea for a second, and more fan centric, edition of the movie. While promoting the film’s initial release, he spent dozens of hours on Twitter and Facebook engaging with fans to learn more about what they were most anxious to see. Some scenes contained in the new cut include: more of Justin’s friends and hometown life, new songs and performances, and special footage shot at fan premiere’s across the country.

“I realized I had an embarrassment of riches when I was I in the cutting room,” said Chu. “This cut allows me to retain some of the best scenes from the original movie, while incorporating previously unseen footage and new material I shot during our extensive promotional tour on behalf of the movie. Justin’s dedication to his fan base is unwavering and I was inspired as a filmmaker to attempt to provide them a unique experience that showed even more of his world.”

“JUSTIN BIEBER: NEVER SAY NEVER,” which opened nationwide on February 11th to critical acclaim, earned $30 million in its initial weekend and earned an A+ Cinemascore from women (an A overall).

After Hours: Is It Kevin Costner In Superman, Tom Hardy Talks Bane And More

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