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Disney's Jungle Cruise Is Said To Be Dwayne Johnson's Indiana Jones Movie

Director Jaume Collet-Serra and Dwayne Johnson are currently prepping up to start shooting Disney's Jungle Cruise in Atlanta. We don't really have a lot of details on the film other than that it is based on Disneyland's classic adventure ride. 

Cb recently had the opportunity to Jake Morrison, who is the visual effects supervisor on the film and he gave a little insight into what the film will entail. The most important thing that he mentioned was that this will be Johnson's Indiana Jones film.

"I mean I've got to say, I'm incredibly excited about the whole thing, it's really like Dwayne is in a new Indiana Jones film. It's Dwayne at his best, and that is a man with some severe charisma. And then we're putting him on this huge adventure, and they've just literally announced the female lead in the picture is Emily Blunt. So, we're really excited.
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‘The Commuter’ Rides Past $100M At Worldwide Box Office

‘The Commuter’ Rides Past $100M At Worldwide Box Office
Exclusive: Liam Neeson-starrer The Commuter has ridden past the $100M worldwide whistle stop. The thriller, fully-financed by Studiocanal and directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, is the 5th time in Studiocanal's history that it's hit the global century milestone. Produced by The Picture Company, The Commuter has grossed $64.4M at the international box office and $36M domestically where Lionsgate released the $40M-budgeted pic. It began worldwide rollout on January 11. There is…
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Exclusive: ‘The Commuter’ Trailer Announces Blu-ray and Digital Release

Exclusive: ‘The Commuter’ Trailer Announces Blu-ray and Digital Release
Liam Neeson has a train to catch in The Commuter, the latest high-concept action flick that teams the actor with frequent collaborator Jaume Collet-Serra. The Commuter will be hitting home video soon and ahead of the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and Digital Release, we have an exclusive The Commuter trailer below. Liam Neeson and Jaume Collet-Serra are at it again with The […]

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/Filmcast Ep. 455 – Black Panther (Guest: Candice Frederick)

/Filmcast Ep. 455 – Black Panther (Guest: Candice Frederick)
This week on the /Filmcast, David, Jeff, and Devindra discuss how Led bias lighting and the Nebula Capsule projector can enhance your home viewing experience, question whether Liam Neeson should still be getting people killed, and recommend the Joel McHale Show. Be sure to read up on Black Panther and the Invention of Africa, Scott […]

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What to Know About Black Panther Scene Stealer Letitia Wright

What to Know About Black Panther Scene Stealer Letitia Wright
Watch out Chadwick BosemanBlack Panther has a designated scene stealer!

24-year-old Letitia Wright steals the show with her portrayal of Shuri — the younger sister of Boseman’s T’Challa and Wakanda’s chief technology expert. Shuri’s inventions lead to the coolest scenes in the movie and her wisecracks keep the laughs going.

But the Guyana-born and London transplant is just beginning her career. Here’s what you should know about the rising star.

She was motivated to start acting thanks to Keke Palmer

We have Akeelah and the Bee to thank for Wright’s burgeoning career. The actress
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Gabriel Byrne On ‘Violent Bully’ Harvey Weinstein, Thinks #MeToo Hasn’t Gone Far Enough

Gabriel Byrne had a lot to say about sexual harassment in the entertainment industry during a Friday night interview with Ireland’s “Late Late Show”, taking the opposite viewpoint as fellow Irish actor Liam Neeson. Neeson, appearing on the same talk show a few weeks back, took heat for defending Dustin Hoffman over charges of sexual
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Shazad Latif on the Voyage From ‘Star Trek’ to the World of Online Jihadism

Shazad Latif on the Voyage From ‘Star Trek’ to the World of Online Jihadism
Back from his maiden voyage as Starfleet officer Ash Tyler on “Star Trek: Discovery,” British actor Shazad Latif has boldly gone into the strange new world of online jihadist recruitment in Timur Bekmambetov’s “Profile.”

The film, which screens in the Berlinale’s Panorama section, is based on French journalist Anna Erelle’s book “In the Skin of a Jihadist,” about her investigation into the recruitment of young women by Isis. It chronicles the online relationship between a British reporter, played by Valene Kane, and Latif’s character, a charismatic Londoner-turned-terrorist in Syria.

“Profile” is the latest in a growing number of “screenshare films” that Bekmambetov has championed, including this year’s thriller “Search,” which present vérité storytelling set entirely on the screens of digital devices.

For Latif, it was an opportunity to work with Bekmambetov, whom he describes as “visionary” and “very good at creating mini-genres.” It was also a chance to explore a “very weird love
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Today in Movie Culture: The Best Couples and Kisses in Movies, Liam Neeson as Cupid and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Supercut of the Day: In honor of Valentine's Day, One Perfect Shot celebrates the best couples in the movies: Whether you're paired up or alone, we wish you a Happy #ValentinesDay. We're celebrating our favorite cinematic couples. Which is yours? — One Perfect Shot (@OnePerfectShot) February 14, 2018 Movie Ranking of the Day: Meanwhile, ScreenCrush celebrates the best kisses in the movies the below supercut and a ranked list on their site. Audition of the Day: Watch Liam Neeson audition for the part of Cupid for a fake movie on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Film History of the Day: Ahead of...
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‘Your Move’ DVD Review

Stars: Luke Goss, Robert Davi, Patricia De Leon, David Fernandez Jr., Jeanette Samano, Luis Gatica, Alain Mora, Barbarella Pardo, Denitza García, Tonya Bordeaux, Zokai Holmes, Laura Martin, Jordan Simkovic, Mopar Murray | Written and Directed by Luke Goss

Former pop star turned actor Luke Goss has had an interesting post-pop career, carving his own path in Hollywood, appearing in a number of action movies since his star-making turn in Blade 2. He has put in some great performances in a bevy of direct-to-market action movies (in particular the two Death Race sequels); and that’s despite any shortcomings said movies may have had! Though to be fair Goss’ schtick: smouldering good looks and a quiet demeanour, hiding a hard man of action hero proportions – goes a Long way in these types of genre films.

However with Your Move, Goss not only appears in front of the camera as the films star, but
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2018 Oscars: Does Best Picture champ have to win an acting award first?

2018 Oscars: Does Best Picture champ have to win an acting award first?
The Shape of Water” numbers three acting bids among its leading 13 Academy Awards nominations for lead Sally Hawkins and supporting players Richard Jenkins and Octavia Spencer. According to our exclusive Oscar odds none of them is predicted to win on March 4. Should that scenario play out, does that mean that their film won’t win Best Picture?

Not so fast.

While 53 of the 89 Best Picture champs to date include an Oscar-winning performance, 36 of them (40%) did not win any acting awards. And among those three dozen winners are four of the eight films — “The Hurt Locker” (2009), “Argo” (2012), “Birdman” (2015) and “Spotlight” (2016) — decided by preferential ballot under the newly expanded slate of Best Picture nominees.

Surprisingly, an even dozen of the Best Picture winners did not even reap any acting nominations. That is welcome news for “Arrival,” which does not number an acting bid among its eight nominations. However, four of those films
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Meryl Streep in ‘One True Thing’: A look back at her 11th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome

Meryl Streep in ‘One True Thing’: A look back at her 11th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome
This article marks Part 11 of the 21-part Gold Derby series Meryl Streep at the Oscars. Join us as we look back at Meryl Streep’s nominations, the performances that competed with her at the Academy Awards, the results of each race and the overall rankings of the contenders.

The latter half of the 1990s found Meryl Streep struggling to find a proper follow-up to her sublime, Oscar-nominated turn in “The Bridges of Madison County” (1995).

First, there was “Before and After” (1996), a sleepy collaboration with filmmaker Barbet Schroeder and leading man Liam Neeson. The picture, among Streep’s worst box office performers to date, was out of theaters within a month.

A bit more successful was “Marvin’s Room” (1996), a family drama that at last paired Streep with Diane Keaton, plus Hume Cronyn, Gwen Verdon and Leonardo DiCaprio. The film garnered modest reviews and box office receipts upon opening that December and it was ultimately Keaton,
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The Morning Watch: The Comedic Genius of Mr. Bean, Liam Neeson Auditions for Cupid & More

The Morning Watch: The Comedic Genius of Mr. Bean, Liam Neeson Auditions for Cupid & More
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, a new video essay takes a closer look […]

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Berlinale: Studiocanal Introduces ‘One Nation, One King,’ ‘Mia and the White Lion’ (Exclusive)

Studiocanal, the film-tv production-distribution affiliate of Vivendi’s Canal Plus Group, will bring onto the market at Berlin one of France’s biggest plays of the year: “Un peuple, et son roi” (“One Nation, One King”), which Studiocanal will open in France on Sept. 26.

Budgeted at €16.9 million ($20.8 million), “One Nation, One King” is director Pierre Schoeller’s (“The Minister”) attempt to convey the scale of events of the 1789 French Revolution from the point of view of ordinary people, who for the first time were able to power events and develop a national consciousness instead of remaining passive victims.

Those revolutionaries are represented by two of France’s most-awarded young leads: Gaspard Ulliel, who won a best actor Cesar Award for Xavier Dolan’s “It’s Only the End of the World,” and Adèle Haenel, Cesar-nominated four times in the last decade, winning supporting actress for “Suzanne” and actress for “Love at First Fight.” Olivier Gourmet (“[link
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Watch Liam Neeson Audition to Be Cupid This Valentine’s Day (Video)

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Watch Liam Neeson Audition to Be Cupid This Valentine’s Day (Video)
Liam Neeson is exploring his softer side the Valentine’s Day by auditioning for the role of Cupid… and an interesting interpretation of the classic Sam Cooke song “Cupid.” “It’s good… I think maybe you’re coming across a little intimidating,” the off-camera casting director tells Neeson in his audition tape. “Um, if you don’t mind my saying, I think what I’m doing is right,” Neeson counters. “I mean, just listen to the classic Sam Cooke song: ‘Cupid, draw back your bow, let your arrow go, straight to my lover’s heart.’ That’s a kill shot, man. Penetrate the aorta. You’d bleed out in...
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Liam Neeson Is Too Serious To Play Cupid On ‘The Late Show’

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Liam Neeson has a very particular set of skills, skills that will have you head over heels this Valentine’s Day. The “Taken” star appeared in an amusing sketch on Friday’s episode of Global’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, auditioning for the role of Cupid. Related: Oprah, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah Chat In Hilarious Interview Reading lines for
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‘Tad The Lost Explorer’ & The Mythological Locations in Film

Mythical cities and locations have intrigued historians, scientists and humankind for centuries. Did they exist? Where did these stories come from? Well, whether we’ve found any real-life evidence related to these legendary locations, films have explored these in great depth over the years. One such film is Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas; Midas was a revered king in Greek mythology in which he had the power to turn everything he touched to gold. To celebrate the release of the film in cinemas on the 9th February we’ve looked at movies that include some of these widely speculated wondrous locations.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

“…in a single day and night of misfortune, the island of Atlantis disappeared into the depths of the sea.” Maybe one of the more famous mythical locations in history, Atlantis was first introduced to us by Plato in his Timaeus and Critias works.
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TV News Roundup: Netflix Release First Look at ‘Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale’ (Watch)

In today’s roundup, Netflix releases first look at “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale” and “Top Gear” sets its new BBC America premiere date.


Ralph Macchio will guest star on two episodes of the CBS comedy “Kevin Can Wait” starring Kevin James and Leah Remini. He will play “Alviti,” the president of a company buying a property in Long Island with the intention of turning it into a parking lot, and is currently filming the role.

Epix announced that Felicity Huffman has joined the cast of original series “Get Shorty” as a recurring guest star. Huffman will play Clara Dillard, a mothering, high-level special agent for the FBI who takes over the investigation focusing on Amara and the crime organization in season two of the show.

Jake Allyn will play Navy Petty Officer Second Class James Sweeney in the March 6 episode of “NCIS.” Sweeney, currently deployed overseas, is poisoned
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Saban Buys Ben Kinglsey’s Thriller ‘An Ordinary Man’ for North America

Saban Films has acquired North American rights to Brad Silberling’s “An Ordinary Man,” starring Ben Kingsley and Hera Hilmar.

The war thriller was produced by Rick Dugdale for Enderby Entertainment, and Kingsley and Silberling. Saban Films is planning a theatrical release in the second quarter.

Silberling directed from his own script. “An Ordinary Man” follows a war criminal in hiding who forms a relationship with his only connection to the outside world — his maid. Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Blythe also star.

“Sir Ben Kingsley is the epitome of class, boldness, and exalting talent,” said Saban Films’ Bill Bromiley. “He has truly captivated us with ‘An Ordinary Man.'”

Daniel Petrie Jr. executive produced the film. Ness Saban and Bromiley negotiated the deal on behalf of Saban Films.

An Ordinary Man” had been in development for many years. Liam Neeson had been in the lead in its first iteration in 2009. Brendan Gleeson and Abbie Cornish were in the
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‘Black Panther’ Review: Dir. Ryan Coogler (2018)

Black Panther review: Ryan Coogler kicks off Marvel’s 2018 with one of the most anticipated movies in the studio’s epic series of superhero films.

Black Panther review by Paul Heath.

Black Panther review

Marvel Studios’ first film (of three) set to be released in 2018 is the one with the most expectation. First off, there’s the director and co-writer Ryan Coogler, the 31-year-old helming a $200 million movie as his third feature (following the flawless Fruitvale Station and the outstanding Creed), then there’s the fact that this is the first McU movie post-Thor: Ragnarok from Taika Waititi, a film, for me, that switched up the successful Marvel formula somewhat with its wonderful off-beat humour and unique charm.

There have been waves of horn blowing from across the pond too with the U.S. critics lauding it as the best Marvel movie yet, and then there’s been the
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Rian Johnson would “love” to see an Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Wars movie

Rian Johnson has recently commented on a potential Obi-Wan Kenobi movie and whether he would be interested in directing the film himself.

Rian Johnson, after directing Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is now turning his attention to a whole new trilogy of Star Wars films that he will be creating, but the director has also been asked about another potential movie in the franchise.

Speaking to Collider, Johnson was asked about his thoughts on the idea of an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie and if he is interested in the film himself:

“In seeing it? Sure, I’ll watch that movie in a heartbeat,” Johnson shared. “Right now, I’m just focused on the new trilogy. Isn’t that enough? God, man, I’d love to see that movie.”

Johnson is right that he has enough on his plate at the moment and fans will certainly share his excitement at the prospect
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