9 items from 2015
We have your first look at Aaron Eckhart and Miles Teller in Ben Younger's third feature film Bleed For This. You do not get a really good look at Eckhart but a buff Teller is front and center in the image. For every popcorn flick that the young Mr. Teller takes part in (Fantastic 4 and Divergent) he finds a balance by taking up some really inspiring projects like Whiplash and he may be a part of another one in Bleed For This. The same could be said for Eckhart if you wish, who needs something like this so we do not remember movies like Battle Los Angeles and I, Frankenstein. Based on the incredible true story of one of boxing's most charismatic and exciting figures, Bleed For...
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Based on the incredible true story of one of boxing’s most charismatic and exciting figures, Bleed For This centers around Vinny Pazienza (Teller), who quickly shot to stardom when he dominated undefeated champion Gilbert Dele. A near-fatal automobile accident left him with the news that he would never walk again. After months of recovery and against doctors’ orders, Vinny returned to the gym under infamous trainer, Kevin Rooney (Eckhart), and made a triumphant return to the ring just over a year later.
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- Michelle McCue
J.K. Simmons’ Terrence Fletcher may have pushed Miles Teller’s character close to breaking point in Whiplash both physically and emotionally, but in boxing drama Bleed For This, the up-and-coming actor is set to go through the wringer once more as the this first-look image attests.
Coming by way of The Hollywood Reporter, the still showcases the amount of weight that Teller shed in order to embody boxing legend Vinny Pazienza. Telling the true-life story of the maestro, Bleed For This will orbit around his journey in and out of the ring as his budding career is derailed by a car accident. Against doctor’s orders, our protagonist then undergoes a rigorous training regime under the watchful eye of Aaron Eckhart’s Kevin Rooney in order to make a triumphant return to a sport that is, for all intents and purposes, in his DNA.
- Michael Briers
Miles Teller, the star of the Oscar-nominated "Whiplash" and the upcoming "Fantastic Four" comic book film, dropped a significant amount of weight for the boxing movie "Bleed for This." And now, we have the first photo from the film. Check it out below. "Bleed for This" is based on the real-life story of boxing legend Vinny Pazienza, who rocketed to fame when he overwhelmed undefeated champion Gilbert Dale in 1991, but his career in the ring was cut short when a near-fatal car accident meant he might never walk again. Against doctor's orders, and with the help of infamous trainer, Kevin Rooney (Aaron Eckhart), he was able to make a triumphant return after months of training. The movie is directed by Ben Younger (Boiler Room) and is currently being shopped at the Berlin Film Festival. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
Director: Guy Ferland
Writer: Rebecca Dameron
Synopsis: Selina leads a new friend on a perilous journey through Gotham to evade the assassins on her trail. Meanwhile, following a misstep, Gordon is reassigned to duty at Arkham Asylum.
Gotham may not benefit from the presence of Grant Gustin’s Flash (or any other superhero for that matter), but that does not mean that the shows first season is not speeding by at a phenomenal rate. It was well over a year ago that we first received word of a potential Batman prequel series from Fox, in a partnership with Warner Bros that would allow the former network full access to the extensive library of DC characters associated with the caped crusader. »
- Ben Read
Five days into the new year and the movie awards season is in full swing. A chance to celebrate all of the cinematic gold bestowed upon us by filmmakers over the last 365 days, the majority of awards bodies veer towards the positive. The good, the great and the outstanding movie achievements. Of course, you can’t have yin without yang, and that customary glint of deviousness amidst the showers of compliments will soon be upon us, in the shape of the The Annual Golden Raspberry Awards.
Known informally as The Razzies, the achievements are dished out based on how bad the category nominees performed, and this year’s nominees have now been announced. Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways To Die In The West beat out its closest competitors for the esteemed honour of most nominations with a whopping eight altogether. Recent limelight comedy, The Interview, also snagged four nominations across three categories. »
- Gem Seddon
As the film business gears up to honor the best films of the year at the Academy Awards, the worst are getting recognized, too.
The shortlist for the Razzies, which names the worst films of the year, has been obtained by awards site Gold Derby, listing some of the biggest grossers of the year, like “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” and others that didn’t do so well. The shortlist isn’t a concrete list of the nominations — rather, it’s a preview of the contenders for the dubious honor.
Seth McFarlene’s “A Million Ways to Die” looks like it could be the frontrunner for the awards, popping up eight times. “Sex Tape,” which garnered mostly negative reviews, is listed six times. Seth Rogen and James Franco are both on the list for worst actor for “The Interview,” as well as worst onscreen duo.
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- Alex Stedman
As the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences gears up to announce the nominations for the 87th Academy Awards on January 15th, the shortlist for the 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards has leaked online, giving us a look at the stinkers from the past twelve months who will battle it out for the “honour” of winning a Razzie.
Here’s the shortlist for each category…
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Legend of Hercules
Worst Remake, Rip-off or Sequel
Legend Of Hercules
Legends Of Oz: Dorothy’s Return
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- Gary Collinson
Most Hollywood studios have gotten smart about their film budgets, lowering them quite a bit over the past year. Which means we saw fewer box office bombs in 2014. Almost all of the big releases made at least a little bit of their money back, except maybe Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return. It only earned $18.6 million worldwide against it's $70 million budget. Winter's Tale and Vampire Academy were also big money losers over the past twelve months, but seeming disasters like Transcendence and I, Frankenstein actually managed to recoup their costs overseas. That doesn't mean these were good movies by any means. And some of the biggest blockbusters of the year shouldn't be considered masterpieces of cinema by any stretch of the imagination. In 2014, we couldn't really judge a movie by its earnings. But we could judge them by their critical and fan responses. Which is where Rotten Tomatoes comes in handy. »
9 items from 2015
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