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Mr. Robot's Rami Malek joins Papillon remake in Dustin Hoffman role

MR. ROBOT has taken the world of cable television by storm since it came out of nowhere and really blew away the audience that found it on USA Network. As a result, the series has generated a lot of interest in seeing its star Rami Malek work more outside of the show.  Those fans should then be thrilled to hear that Malek is in negotiations to join the cast of the...
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08.03.2016
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Exclusive: Jason's dad Elias is "on the table" for next Friday The 13th film

Rumors are quickly starting to swirl about what Platinum Dunes' plans are for the next FRIDAY THE 13TH movie. With producer Brad Fuller making the press rounds the past couple of weeks and a few tidbits of information regarding a Jason Voorhees sequel on the horizon being dropped here and there, fans have been fiending to know exactly what is in the mix for when we see the masked...
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06.01.2016
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Jake Gyllenhaal and Denis Villeneuve pairing up again to make The Son

Jake Gyllenhaal and director  Denis Villeneuve must really enjoy working together, because the pairing is partnering up for their third project together - following ENEMY and PRISONERS - to adapt Jo Nesbo’s crime novel THE SON for the big screen.  Nine Stories, the production company Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker created, will produce in tandem with Bold...
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05.26.2016
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Charlie Hunnam is being eyed for the lead in Michael Noer's Papillon remake

Deadline has learned that Charlie Hunnam is in talks for the lead role in a remake of PAPILLON. Hunnam is being eyed to take on Steve McQueen 's role in the classic prison escape flick as a man "unjustly convicted of murder in 1930s France and condemned to life in a South American prison." Papillon is aided by a counterfeiter (played by Dustin Hoffman in the...
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05.05.2016
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Amy Adams and Emily Blunt in talks to join new films from Prisoners director

PRISONERS director Denis Villeneuve might have a couple of very lovely ladies for two different upcoming projects. He'll be working on the thriller SICARIO first, and Variety is reporting Emily Blunt is in negotiations to star in the movie. The script comes from Taylor Sheridan, and is about, "An officer from Tucson, Arizona who travels across the border to Mexico with...
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04.03.2014
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Jake Gyllenhaal in talks to take on Sons of Anarchy creator's boxing drama Southpaw

Kurt Sutter's boxing drama script for SOUTHPAW (based on a pitch to Dreamworks) was made into a vehicle for Eminem a few years ago, but was later dropped and hot potatoed around town. Now, it appears the Sons of Anarchy creator's script has found a new home with The Weinstein Company, who have hired director Antoine Fuqua (TRAINING DAY, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN) to helm it and are...
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11.01.2013
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Top 10 Essential Revenge Movies (Video Edition)

The highly acclaimed PRISONERS opens today and tells the story of a father's attempted revenge on the man he believes abducted his daughter. We can all relate to the feelings of desperation and hopelessness anyone would feel in a situation like this, but we allow ourselves to feel the emotional roller-coaster on the big screen as entertainment. There is a long history of revenge themed movies...
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09.20.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interview with Hugh Jackman from Prisoners

Iíve always been a fan of Hugh Jackman ís. Who wouldnít be? The guy can seemingly do it all. Not only does he make an iconically badass Wolverine, but on the side the guy can sing and dance like nobodyís business (LES MISERABLES). But, I think itís safe to say that PRISONERS tests his mettle more than anything else heís ever done. To me, his parts as Keller Dover in PRISONERS has all...
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09.20.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interview with Jake Gyllenhaal from Prisoners

It's hard to believe that Jake Gyllenhaal hit TIFF this year with not one, but two brilliant collaborations with director Denis Villeneuve . Before they shot PRISONERS, they teamed on a micro-budget thriller called ENEMY ( read my review here ), and the two obviously hit it off, as the segued right into this massively ambitious project. As far as I'm...
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09.19.2013
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Review: Prisoners

( read Chris Bumbray's review HERE ) PLOT: The father of a missing girl kidnaps and tortures the man he believes is responsible for her abduction while a detective doggedly investigates the case. REVIEW: PRISONERS has a stranglehold on you in the moment; at any given time, it's as taut and gripping as can be hoped for. It is spectacularly made on a technical level...
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09.18.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interviews with Melissa Leo and Paul Dano from Prisoners

Interviewing Paul Dano and Melissa Leo turned out to be one of the tougher assignments I had at this year's TIFF. It's not that they weren't perfectly charming (both Leo and Dano were exceptionally nice), but the issue is that in the movie PRISONERS, they play the two characters without delving too deeply into the movie's plot, which is a no-no for a film like this. As such, I...
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09.18.2013
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Exclusive 1:1 interview with Maria Bello from Prisoners

I've been a fan of Maria Bello 's for a long time- back from her time on a short-lived Scott Bakula spy-show, MR & MRS. SMITH, to her amazing work in movies like THE COOLER, WORLD TRADE CENTER, and A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE. She's truly emerged as one of the most talented actresses of her generation, and just seems to get better and better. Denis Villeneuve 's PRISONERS is a...
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09.17.2013
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