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Review: Fury

Posted on October 19, 2014
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Throughout history, we have seen countless films about World War II. Yet year after year it seems like we get new ones, with slight tweaks.

2014 is no different, but David Ayer’s Fury focused on a portion of war we haven’t seen to date: the dynamic between a group of five soldiers inside a tank, leading the front line trying to win a battle for their country and humanity.

It’s 1945 and the Nazi’s are making their presence felt in the war, things are starting to get dark and bleak quickly. A battle-tested sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier leads a team into the heart of gunfire in order to protect his country’s freedom.

Fury pulls no punches and it doesn’t try to hide the gruesome reality of combat. Severed heads, bullet wounds, and dead bodies riddle the landscape, but the sense of authenticity is apparent, as Sony spared no expense.

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SAW Producers Ready to Return to Series

Posted on October 16, 2014
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Ready to play another game?

While many weren’t a fan of the Saw franchise, I adore the series.

Yes a few of the films missed their mark, but every Halloween I’d park my butt in a theater and watch the next installment. Unfortunately the 7th and last film was the worst of them all and made me literally throw my 3D (ugh) glasses across the theater in anger.

Saw is returning to theaters at the end of the month as it’s been 10 years since the original.

Well, now producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules are considering a return to the series.

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Trailer: In the Heart of the Sea

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We all know the story of Moby Dick, but not like this.

Ron Howard and Chris Hemsworth proved to be a great team after Rush, so they figured they’d do it again. In the Heart of the Sea takes inspiration from Herman Melville‘s novel Moby Dick, but is actually based on Nathaniel Philbrick‘s book In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex, which tracks a whaling ship in 1920 that go up against their prey and are stranded at sea.

“It has a lot of action in it, and that’s vitally important,” Howard tells USA Today. “But it’s also dependent on rich characters and nuanced emotional performances, and those are all aspects of the movie we’re also dealing with under great physical duress.”

The film also stars Benjamin Walker, Cillian Murphy, Ben Whishaw, Tom Holland, Brendan Gleeson, and Jordi Mollà.

In the Heart of the Sea opens on March 13th, 2015.

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Ryan Gosling Eyeing Franchises

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The idea of Ryan Gosling signing on to play a superhero, or tie himself down to franchise seemed to be a bit far fetched. The type of films he has done so far have given him a ton of freedom for other projects and in turn have allowed him to be as versatile as possible.

Gosling is currently getting ready to start filming Shane Black’s 1970s crime noir The Nice Guys opposite Russell Crowe, but Gosling is looking big picture.

According to Heat Vision Gosling is currently mulling over a handful of franchises to lead: Marvel’s Doctor Strange, Summit’s The Secret life of Houdini, and Warner Bros. Suicide Squad.

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Warner Bros. Courting Smith, Robbie, Gosling and Hardy for Suicide Squad

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When the news came yesterday that Warner Bros. was unloading a massive amount of superhero films on us over the next six years, excitement resonated.

One of the films announced was Suicide Squad, a story that isn’t familiar to many casual fans. With David Ayer set to direct, casting was the next hurdle. And as you can expect, the biggest possible names have begun swirling in the rumor mill.

Set to hit theaters on August 5th, 2016, Warner Bros. is apparently courting Will Smith, Margo Robbie, Tom Hardy and Ryan Gosling for Suicide Squad.

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Mockingjay Teaser: Katniss Returns to District 12 in Ruins

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We’re getting closer and closer to the onslaught of Hunger Games promo, as Jennifer Lawrence brings Katniss back to the big screen.

A new teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 has landed, and we continue to get the feeling of doom and gloom, on a major budget.

In the teaser, we see Katniss return to her old stomping ground only to see it left in ruble, perhaps serving as the motivation she needs to go after President Snow.

Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Sam Claflin, Jena Malone,Natalie Dormer, and Stanley Tucci, star.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 hits theaters on on November 21st.

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Wait For It…Neil Patrick Harris to Host 2015 Oscars

Posted on October 15, 2014
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Well done Academy!

Every year it seems we wait and wait and end up either disappointed or not moved at all at who is chosen to host the Academy Awards. This year, not the case.

2015 Oscars will be hosted by the great and ever talented Neil Patrick Harris! On February 22nd, 2015 the 87th Academy Awards will honor the great achievements of cinema in 2014, and we can bank on some off the charts musical numbers from Harris.

Widely known for his Legen…wait for it…Dary performance as Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother, Harris has also dominated broadway in the multi-award winning Hedwig and the Angry Itch.

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Christian Bale Returns to Play Steve Jobs for Danny Boyle

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Well, he’s back.

Christian Bale was the first actor Sony had in mind to play Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic, but him being in limbo about the role led to other uncertainties. David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin were circling the project but Fincher said he would only join if Bale signed on. Sorkin ended up writing the film.

As that never materialized, Sony moved on to Danny Boyle to direct with Leonardo DiCaprio eyeing the role of Jobs. DiCaprio bowed out due to not having enough time to prepare after finishing his current project The Revenant.

Big names were then mentioned but now it looks like Bale is back and all is right.

THR is saying that Sony is negotiating with Bale, since he was looking to take on the role of Travis McGee in Fox’s The Deep Blue Good-by. But it looks like Bale will put Fox’s film on hold and play Jobs next.

Sorkin’s script is an odd one, it’s not a typical film that’ll play out over many many scenes. The unique structure of this particular script is made up of only three 30-minute scenes all set right before the launch of The Mac, NeXT, and the iPod.

Warner Bros. Announces Major Super Hero Schedule

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Warner Bros CEO Kevin Tsujihara dropped major news on everyone’s head today.

Instead of milking the news wire for weeks, WB went with the “lets impress our new and old investors” route and laid out the plan for it’s superhero schedule going forward.

With the world already anticipating Ben Affleck’s Batman in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016, Tsjuhihara announced that Suicide Squad will follow that on August 5th, 2016. Fury director David Ayer will take the reigns on this project that follows a group of supervillains.

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Ezra Miller to Play The Flash

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Often atop many list of actors to watch out for, Ezra Miller may have just gotten his big break. Best known for We Need To Talk About Kevin and The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara announced today that Miller has been cast as The Flash.

The news came as part of a major investors event Wednesday morning, where it was announced that the Flash film, Miller is starring in, will hit theaters in 2018.

Miller will play Barry Allen and it’s a very interesting choice. He’s known for odd characters and when you look at him it certainly doesn’t scream super hero, but he’s got 4 years to bulk up and develop.

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