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‘Snatch’ TV series gets UK premiere date

BT and AMC have announced that BT customers will be the first to see the acclaimed new TV drama Snatch, starring Rupert Grint (the Harry Potter films) in the UK. The 10-episode original series will premiere on AMC in the UK on 31st October at 10pm, exclusively to BT customers. The full box set will also be available on demand to BT TV customers after the premiere.

Based loosely on the wildly popular Guy Ritchie movie of the same name, Snatch centres on a group of twenty-something, up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high stakes world of organised crime. They must quickly learn to navigate the treacherous waters of London’s underworld as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend.

Snatch stars Rupert Grint (the Harry Potter films) as the intelligent but chaotic Charlie Cavendish,
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Snatch TV series to premiere in the UK in October

BT and AMC have announced the upcoming premiere of the new TV drama Snatch starring Rupert Grint (Harry Potter), which will get underway on AMC in the UK on October 31st, with the full box set available on demand to BT TV customers after the premiere.

Snatch was inspired by a real life heist in London and is based loosely on the wildly popular Guy Ritchie movie of the same name. The drama centres on a group of twenty-something, up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high stakes world of organised crime. They must quickly learn to navigate the treacherous waters of London’s underworld as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend.

Snatch stars Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) as the intelligent but chaotic Charlie Cavendish, Luke Pasqualino (Skins) as the smart, aspirational Albert Hill, Dougray Scott
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Snatch: Season Two Renewal from Crackle for Rupert Grint Drama

Sony's streaming service, Crackle, held its Upfront presentation, today and announced the Snatch TV show has been renewed for season two, according to Deadline. Based on Guy Ritchie’s 2000 film of the same name, the first season was released on March 16th.Snatch stars Rupert Grint, Luke Pasqualino, Lucien Laviscount, Phoebe Dynevor, Marc Warren, Stephanie Leonidas, Juliet Aubrey, Tamer Hassan, and Dougray Scott. The Crackle drama follows a group of twenty-somethings. These "up and coming hustlers" happen upon a truck full of stolen gold bullion and are soon thrust into the world of organized crime.Read More…
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Mine Movie Review

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Mine Movie Review
Mine Director: Fabio Guaglione, Fabio Resinaro Written by: Fabio Guaglione, Fabio Resinaro Cast: Armie Hammer, Tom Cullen, Annabelle Wallis, Juliet Aubrey, Geoff Bell, Clint Dyer Opens: April 7, 2017 The movies are a perfect medium for the projection of war stories. That’s a no-brainer. Arguably the most exciting recent feature in that area, Clint Eastwood’s […]

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‘Snatch’ Review: One Punch From Brad Pitt Had More Power Than Crackle’s New TV Show

‘Snatch’ Review: One Punch From Brad Pitt Had More Power Than Crackle’s New TV Show
It’s been 16 years since Guy Ritchie’s London crime story, “Snatch,” first debuted in the U.S., and, while the black comedy pulled in a decent sum, its primary accomplishment was of a cult fandom (and earning Guy Ritchie a shot at the big time). With that in mind, I don’t feel too bad for only remembering a few key moments from a film built on a sharp wit and distinct characters:

Alan Ford’s thick, creepy glasses; Dennis Farina’s crass American foil to all those classy Brits; Jason Statham proving he can do more than just beat the hell out of his co-stars; the tragic fate of Benicio del Toro’s Franky Four Fingers; and, of course, the sole iconic element of Ritchie’s first major studio film (aside from ultra slo-mo fight scenes): Brad Pitt’s gibberish-spouting gypsy boxer with a devastating right hook,
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‘Snatch’ Review: One Punch From Brad Pitt Had More Power Than Crackle’s New TV Show

‘Snatch’ Review: One Punch From Brad Pitt Had More Power Than Crackle’s New TV Show
It’s been 16 years since Guy Ritchie’s London crime story, “Snatch,” first debuted in the U.S., and, while the black comedy pulled in a decent sum, its primary accomplishment was of a cult fandom (and earning Guy Ritchie a shot at the big time). With that in mind, I don’t feel too bad for only remembering a few key moments from a film built on a sharp wit and distinct characters:

Alan Ford’s thick, creepy glasses; Dennis Farina’s crass American foil to all those classy Brits; Jason Statham proving he can do more than just beat the hell out of his co-stars; the tragic fate of Benicio del Toro’s Franky Four Fingers; and, of course, the sole iconic element of Ritchie’s first major studio film (aside from ultra slo-mo fight scenes): Brad Pitt’s gibberish-spouting gypsy boxer with a devastating right hook,
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TV Review: ‘Snatch’ on Crackle, Starring Rupert Grint

TV Review: ‘Snatch’ on Crackle, Starring Rupert Grint
Guy Ritchie’s 2000 film “Snatch” would not be my first pick for a movie that could be massaged into a television franchise — one with 10 hourlong episodes in the bag and possible future seasons lurking on the horizon. The film is a comedy of capers, where crooked hustlers from every walk of life descend on London to pursue their own selfish ends — whether that’s a caravan, a dog, a couple thousand pounds, or a diamond the size of a fist. It’s a film dependent on a tight, expertly woven narrative to feel like more than a mess — and because of its showy, razor-sharp editing, it makes for a violent urban romp that is ineffably cool, even as it reveals its characters’ fundamental, pathetic stupidity.

Snatch,” the Crackle show, imports the general subject matter — small-time crooks, jewels, fixed underground boxing matches — and visual and auditory style of the film — smash cuts, ballsy
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‘Snatch: the Series’ looks amazing!

It’s already great to hear there’s going to be a series on the cult classic Snatch. It’s even better to see the wide array of actors Crackle signed on. But now a teaser trailer was just released… and wow, next week cannot come fast enough.

Crackle is set to release ten one-hour episodes of the new Snatch series next Thursday, March 16. Alex De Rakoff (who has previous experience with Grand Theft Auto) is directing the series – as well as wrote several of the episodes, and stars your childhood actors all grown up.

Completely unrecognizable from his Harry Potter past, Rupert Grint sheds Ron Weasley for Charlie Cavendis– and he looks good. Phoebe Dynevor, of Waterloo Road and Prisoners Wives, plays Lotti Mott, while Scream QueensLucien Laviscount plays Billy Ayers and American Gothic’s Stephanie Leonidas plays Chloe Koen. Also in the show include Tamer Hassan (Kickass
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Official Trailer for 'Mine' Starring Armie Hammer as a Stranded Soldier

"What if every step could be your last?" Well Go has debuted a trailer for an indie drama titled Mine, about a Us soldier stranded in the desert after his mission goes awry. I'm surprised we haven't heard about this film before? This is the first I've come across it at all. Armie Hammer stars as Mike, a Us soldier on an assassination mission in the Middle East. He ends up stranded standing on top of a mine in the desert for over two days, struggling to survive amidst the elements. The full cast includes Annabelle Wallis, Tom Cullen, Juliet Aubrey, Geoff Bell and Clint Dyer. This looks surprisingly quite good, not as bland or as cheesy as expected from the description. Hammer is a talented guy, and I'm intrigued to see him in this role. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Fabio Guaglione & Fabio Resinaro's Mine, direct from
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Armie Hammer Is Under Fire In Gripping First Trailer For Mine

Spare a thought for Armie Hammer. The towering actor is just coming off Ben Wheatley’s star-studded Free Fire, a pulse-pounding action-comedy in which he plays Ord, a shady arms dealer that is thrust into the middle of a full-blown firefight once things go south. But for Hammer, it’s out of the frying pan and into the freezer – or should that be desert? – for Mine, Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro’s wartime thriller that centers on a U.S. soldier left stranded under the scorching desert sun.

Without any sign of rescue for the next 52 hours, up above you’ll see how Mine transforms into a gritty survival movie, as Armie Hammer’s haggard lead struggles to cope in one of the most inhospitable environments on the planet. To make matters worse, enemy forces begin to swarm in on his location, and it doesn’t take long before Hammer
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‘Mine’ Trailer: Armie Hammer Gets Some Quality Time in the Desert in New Thriller

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‘Mine’ Trailer: Armie Hammer Gets Some Quality Time in the Desert in New Thriller
Armie Hammer has come a long way from playing the Winklevi twins. After that breakthrough role in “The Social Network,” the actor has appeared in everything from “J. Edgar” and “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” to “The Birth of a Nation” and this year’s Sundance hit “Call Me by Your Name.” He’ll next be seen in “Mine,” whose first trailer just premiered. Watch it below.

Read More: ‘Final Portrait’ Review: Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush Star in Stanley Tucci’s Engaging Biopic — Berlinale 2017

Though it bears no official relation to the Oscar-nominated “Land of Mine,” Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro’s drama likewise concerns land mines. Hammer stars as a soldier who accidentally places one foot atop one such device after a failed mission in the desert; if he shifts his weight, the mine will explode. His only choice is to stay in place, fending off the elements and
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Rupert Grint’s Hustler Hits Up The London Crime Scene In First Trailer For Snatch

Though it hasn’t garnered the same traction as, say, 24: Legacy or FX’s acclaimed Fargo, Crackle is in the process of rebooting Snatch, a serialized version of Guy Ritchie’s cult crime caper that’s due to premiere in exactly two months’ time.

Comprised of 10 episodes in total, the Snatch of 2017 is headed up by former Harry Potter star Rupert Grint. He’ll play Charlie Cavendish, a budding hustler who makes a foray into London’s seedy crime scene, only to find himself in deep with the sharks. The high-stakes world of organized crime awaits, though Crackle’s interpretation looks to be a much more refined version of Ritchie’s 2000 original.

That’s a little disappointing, particularly when you consider that the gritty, unforgiving world of Snatch is part and parcel of the film’s charm, but we’re willing to lend Crackle and the creative team the
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First trailer and poster for Crackle’s Snatch TV series

The first trailer and poster have debuted for the Crackle Original series Snatch. The small screen adaptation of Guy Ritchie’s 2000 cult film stars Rupert Grint, Luke Pasqualino, Lucien Laviscount, Marc Warren, Stephanie Leonidas, Phoebe Dynevor, Juliet Aubrey, Tamer Hassan, Dougray Scott, and Ed Westwick; take a look below…

Inspired by a real life heist in London, “Snatch,”centers on a group of twenty-something, up and coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime. The boys must quickly learn to navigate the treacherous waters of London’s underworld as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend.

Snatch premieres on Crackle on March 16th.
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‘Snatch’ Trailer: Rupert Grint is a Posh Con Man in Crackle’s Guy Ritchie Film-Inspired Series

‘Snatch’ Trailer: Rupert Grint is a Posh Con Man in Crackle’s Guy Ritchie Film-Inspired Series
Last year it was announced that Rupert Grint was starring and executive producing Crackle’s new series “Snatch.” Now, during the streaming network’s panel at the Television Critics Association, they released the first trailer, which features the actor as the posh con man Charlie Cavendish.

The 10-episode, one-hour series is loosely based on Guy Ritchie’s 2000 comedy of the same name, starring Jason Statham and Brad Pitt. Inspired by a real-life heist in London, the series centers on a group of twenty-something, up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.

Read More: ‘The Art of More’ Season 2 Trailer: Dennis Quaid and Kate Bosworth Return In Crackle’s Auctioneering Drama

The first sneak peek shows how, as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend, the guys must quickly learn how to navigate
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‘Snatch’ Trailer: Rupert Grint is a Posh Con Man in Crackle’s Guy Ritchie Film-Inspired Series

‘Snatch’ Trailer: Rupert Grint is a Posh Con Man in Crackle’s Guy Ritchie Film-Inspired Series
Last year it was announced that Rupert Grint was starring and executive producing Crackle’s new series “Snatch.” Now, during the streaming network’s panel at the Television Critics Association, they released the first trailer, which features the actor as the posh con man Charlie Cavendish.

The 10-episode, one-hour series is loosely based on Guy Ritchie’s 2000 comedy of the same name, starring Jason Statham and Brad Pitt. Inspired by a real-life heist in London, the series centers on a group of twenty-something, up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.

Read More: ‘The Art of More’ Season 2 Trailer: Dennis Quaid and Kate Bosworth Return In Crackle’s Auctioneering Drama

The first sneak peek shows how, as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend, the guys must quickly learn how to navigate
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Snatch TV Show Trailer Features All Your Past and Present British Crushes Getting into Trouble

Snatch TV Show Trailer Features All Your Past and Present British Crushes Getting into Trouble
Get ready for a whole new Snatch. The Guy Ritchie movie is getting the TV treatment on Crackle with an impressive cast of British dudes. Harry Potter's Rupert Grint stars as Charlie Cavendish, who is described as "utterly posh." Ron Weasley who? Grint also serves as an executive producer. Luke Pasqualino of Skins fame also stars as Albert Hill, Scream Queens' Lucien Laviscount is Billy Ayers, Dougray Scott is Vic Hill, The Village's Phoebe Dynevor is Lotti Mott, Juliet Aubrey is Lily Hill and Gossip Girl's Ed Westwick appears as Sonny Castillo. Hopefully this will make you forget Wicked City. Basically the cast is full of all your past and present crushes. Alex De Rakoff serves as...
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Fallen Trailer Brings the Ya Fantasy Books to Life

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Fallen Trailer Brings the Ya Fantasy Books to Life
The young adult phenomenon Fallen is finally coming to the big screen, with Relativity Media debuting the first trailer for this adaptation. The studio, which has recently emerged from bankruptcy proceedings, hasn't set a release date for this fantasy adventure quite yet, but Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh asked fans of the franchise in a series of tweets to retweet the trailer, so the company could gauge the response to the first footage. The executive is asking for at least 500,000 retweets, "so we can see how many fans there really are out there."

Based on the worldwide bestselling book series, Fallen is seen through the eyes of Lucinda "Luce" Price (Addison Timlin), a strong-willed seventeen-year-old living a seemingly ordinary life until she is accused of a crime she didn't commit. Sent off to the imposing Sword & Cross reform school, Luce finds herself being courted by two young men to whom she feels oddly connected.
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The Infiltrator review

Chloe Catchpole Published Date Friday, September 16, 2016 - 05:01

Shining another seedy torchlight into the American war on drugs, The Infiltrator gleefully bounds over every cocaine speckled cliché in this well-worn sub-genre. Set amongst the 80s backdrop of Nancy Reagan’s 'Just Say No' campaign, which discouraged children from engaging in illegal recreational drug use, the Us government executed a brazenly covert operation in attempt to stop the industrial amounts of Columbian cocaine being illicitly trafficked through southern Florida. Real life Us Customs operative Robert 'Bob' Mazur (Bryan Cranston) is the key kingpin in a tightrope takedown that spans various continents and countries.

In between a smorgasbord of debauched 80s opulence we witness a man pushed to unnerving psychological limits, thanks to Cranston’s trademark craggy performance. Indefinitely spiralling downwards, he submerges into his undercover role as the slick, high-rolling, money-laundering businessman Bob Musella, in the mother of all CIA stings.
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The Infiltrator

The Infiltrator
One of the great things to come out of Breaking Bad, besides its standing as one of the best shows in TV history, is the emergence of Bryan Cranston as a screen-filling dramatic actor of the first rank. Cranston was hilarious as the hassled dad on Fox's Malcolm in the Middle for six seasons ending in 2006, but when he broke bad the world saw him with new eyes. Three Emmys later, plus an Oscar nomination as Best Actor for Trumbo and a Tony (and maybe another Emmy) for playing Lbj
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The Infiltrator Goes Deep Undercover but Comes Up Short

Bryan Cranston’s swagger helps save this clunky gangster movie (sort of). More of him in everything, please.Broad Green Pictures

Life is just not the same without Bryan Cranston donning his infamous yellow hazmat suit as Walter White in Vince Gilligan’s acclaimed TV series Breaking Bad. But three years after the breakthrough show’s season finale, the Cran has kept busy turning it up in all kinds of juicy character roles. From studio flicks like Godzilla and Kung Fu Panda 3 to awards-y dramas like Trumbo and All the Way, he has come a long way since good old Mr. White. In The Infiltrator, Cranston assumes the role of Robert Mazur, a real life former undercover agent who infiltrated the drug trafficking network of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and the money laundering conspiracy of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (Bcci) in the mid 1980s. Though the film feels disjointed at times, you
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