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Comic Con 2015 TV Pilot Review: Limitless

PLOT: Limitless is a continuation of the 2011 movie starring Bradley Cooper. The TV show follows Brian Finch (Jake McDorman) as a failing musician and a disappointing son to his parents. During his struggles, a chance meeting with an old friend introduces him to a powerful mind-enhancing drug that will change his life forever. REVIEW: Normally when I hear Hollywood is taking a...
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07.11.2015
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Marc Webb will direct the Limitless TV series pilot for CBS

While waiting to see what's going on with the SPIDER-MAN franchise (don't hold your breath), director Marc Webb is turning his attention to TV. Last year he directed a pilot for Showtime called Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which still hopes to become a series, and now he will helm the TV pilot for the CBS series adaptation of LIMITLESS. The 2011 movie starred Bradley Cooper as...
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02.03.2015
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John McTiernan wrote a screenplay for Thomas Crown 2 while in prison

John McTiernan 's last great movie was 1999's THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR. The sexy heist thriller starring Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo serves as one of the rare remakes that works. McTiernan only directed two films afterwards (ROLLERBALL and BASIC) before he was sent to prison following an almost decade long legal battle. Now out of jail, McTiernan is back and able to direct and...
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04.28.2014
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The sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire is finally happening

”Could you make me a woman?” Robin Williams is looking to suit up once again for MRS. DOUBTFIRE 2. You may have heard back in the early 2000s that a sequel to the 1993 film was getting a second installment but unfortunately after awhile it came to a halt. The issue had much to do with the fact that neither William nor director Chris Columbus could find a script that could...
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04.16.2014
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Limitless and Act of Valor are both being adapted as television series

It was not so long ago that TV was the wasteland for washed up big screen actors and those looking to move up to feature films from sitcom work. Now, television carries an acting prestige as all sorts of projects make their way to cable and network television like never before. As it becomes standard practice to reboot features as series, two more recent movies are on their way to the...
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10.07.2013
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