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Gerard Butler showed off a lot more than his sexy smile in Malibu, CA, on Saturday. The actor showered his bikini-clad girlfriend, Morgan Brown, with Pda during the duo's beach day. At one point, Gerard's muscles bulged up as he held Morgan in the water. They also scored some exercise, working their physiques - just look at those abs! - while paddleboarding. The Scottish actor last gave us a glimpse of his connection with Morgan when the couple got physical in the water last September. Read on to see their latest snaps, and then scroll through the hottest celebrity beach Pda pictures. »
After having a brief bromance with Will Smith, working with the actor on "The Pursuit Of Happyness" and "Seven Pounds," Italian filmmaker Gabriele Muccino hasn't quite hit the same heights since in Hollywood. His last effort was the Gerard Butler effort "Playing For Keeps" and now comes "Fathers And Daughters" which has some decent names attached, but as this first international trailer reveals, maybe not the most promising results. Starring Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried, and Aaron Paul, with a Black List approved script by Brad Desch, this is time-jumping tale about the relationship between a widower novelist and his daughter, with the story told through her eyes, in a narrative that spans decades. Here's the official synopsis: Jake Davis, a Pulitzer-winning novelist, finds himself fighting against the world when a fatal car accident leaves him to raise his 5-year-old daughter, Katie, all on his own. Overcome with »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The Electric Entertainment founder and president will be the keynote speaker at the 2015 Visual Effects Society’s (Ves) 7th annual Summit on October 17 in Hollywood.
‘Visualization To Virtualization: Storytelling Expands’ is the title and theme of the conference this year and will focus on the transformation from the information age to the ‘visualization age’.
Devlin produced and wrote Independence Day and Godzilla (1998) and produced Stargate.
Exclusive: Two action thrillers. Both set in London. Both from Millennium Films. On the same release date. Until now. Lionsgate just moved Criminal, starring Gary Oldman, Kevin Costner and Ryan Reynolds, off the same release date that London Has Fallen occupied after Gramercy and Focus staked out the same weekend a couple of months ago in a bit of schedule swap of its own. The Olympus Has Fallen follow-up, which returns stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhardt and Morgan… »
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The final chapter of Bilbo Baggins' "Hobbit" adventure is airing August 8 on HBO as part of its Saturday Night Movies. It'll be on HBO Now, the network's standalone streaming service, on the same day. So if you don't already have HBO as part of your cable package but want to watch the TV shows ("Game of Thrones," "True Detective," etc.) and movies, you can just order HBO Now to stream the content.
Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner star in this new Hulu Original series, which premieres August 5. Julie and Billy play more annoying and less successful versions of themselves -- aspiring comics living, working and struggling in NYC »
- Gina Carbone
Relativity Media — the digital-age entertainment company that claimed clever financing and data analysis could help it unlock the secret to box office riches — filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday against a swarm of disgruntled investors and other creditors. The 11-year-old company that founder Ryan Kavanaugh had styled as a “next-generation global media company” will be sold at auction, a statement from the company said.
The upcoming sale will center on the enterprise’s film and television units. Left outside of the insolvency action are Relativity Sports; Relativity EuropaCorp Distribution, a joint venture with the European film operator; and Relativity Education. All those units will continue on as independent concerns. The company’s fashion operation, M3/Relativity, was shut down this week and its employees laid off Wednesday as part of a pinkslipping of 75 employees.
Kavanaugh and his board proposed the immediate auction of the company, which stated liabilities of up to $1 billion, »
- James Rainey and Brent Lang
London has fallen, and Gerard Butler is nowhere to be seen. In finally putting the rumors to bed, Ubisoft has formally confirmed Zombi for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, an upgraded version of the once-Wii U exclusive. It’ll shuffle onto these platforms as a digital-only release on August 18.
Given that the zombie-slaying first-person title was designed with the console’s GamePad in mind, its transition to current-gen consoles and PC has produced a series of gameplay tweaks. From a widened field of view to the overhauled mini-map, the publisher took to its official blog to detail these improvements in question.
We maintain a minimal Hud as much as possible. It disappears when not required, giving the game a very lonely feeling. If you have surround sound, the awesome sound mix from the original still stands and greatly helps immersion. As much as possible, we’ve tried to keep those key elements. »
- Michael Briers
Hollywood’s latest evangelist blew into town without a film degree or a single production credit, but armed with abundant smarts, a knack for salesmanship and buckets of charm. Even Ryan Kavanaugh’s shock of red hair assured he got noticed in any room he entered.
Eleven years later, Relativity Media’s CEO stands on the brink of an inglorious retreat. His Beverly Hills-based company appears on the verge of bankruptcy, a key lender is calling him a “con man” and suing for fraud, and other creditors are pushing for the 40-year-old entrepreneur to be shown the door. While Kavanaugh scrambles to find a savior, the company’s 350 employees are preparing for the worst, with a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing expected as early as this week.
Kavanaugh’s would-be Studio of the Future never fulfilled its brash leader’s promise: to harness clever financing and computer modeling to unlock the formula for winning films. »
- James Rainey and Brent Lang
Welcome to the latest installment of Trailer Park, our (semi) regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This weeks line-up features a bevy of the latest movie trailers including: Masterminds, Creed, London Has Fallen, The Transporter Refueled, Precinct Seven Five, Marshland, Goosebumps, the new Comic-Con trailer for The Man From Uncle, Trainwreck, Kung-Fu Panda 3, The Night Crew and the “final” trailer for Fantastic Four…
Masterminds tells the hilarious true story of David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) a half-brained driver at an armoured car company who is led astray by his flirtatious work crush Kelly (Kristen Wiig). Kelly and her buddy Steve (Owen Wilson) convince David to do an inside job, and to everyone’s surprise he manages to pull off one of the biggest bank heists in Us History! With Steve conspicuously flashing the cash and the FBI closing in on them the plan starts to go south, »
- Phil Wheat
Elektra is coming to "Marvel's Daredevil."
Photos: 'Elodie Yung' Season 4
Elodie previously appeared in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in 2011, and will appear in the upcoming "Gods of Egypt" as Hathor, alongside Gerard Butler and "Game of Thrones'" Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
In 2013, the White House was blown up by North Korean operatives. Now, it's London we're worrying about. In London Has Fallen, a spinoff of Olympus Has Fallen, Gerard Butler reprises his role as a former presidential bodyguard. This time he's jumped the pond, where he learns about a plot to assassinate all the world leaders attending the Prime Minister's funeral. The first trailer just released for the action packed thriller shows Westminster Abbey and Chelsea Bridge being blown up. Members of The Queen's Guard are shown in battle in the streets as police cars flip over and people scramble for cover. Butler leans out the door of a speeding car to shoot at an unseen »
Twitter users also question timing of first look at disaster movie sequel days before the 10th anniversary of terrorist attack and in the wake of massacre in Tunisia
The chairman of an organisation set up to honour the memories of the victims of the 7/7 terrorist strike on London has labelled a new trailer for the Hollywood disaster movie London Has Fallen “extremely insensitive”.
Babak Najafi’s film, a big budget sequel to 2013 action thriller Olympus Has Fallen, stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman in the story of an attack on the capital. Chair of the 7/7 Memorial Trust, Philip Nelson, said the timing of the trailer’s release was wrong just a few days before the 10th anniversary of Britain’s worst terrorist strike of recent times.
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- Ben Child
Remember Olympus Has Fallen? Okay, well, now bad things are happening in London. This is what it's going to look like: explosions, Gerard Butler, more explosions, more Gerard Butler, maybe a little Morgan Freeman, more explosions, and then a creepy, Avengers-ified version of "London Bridge." Good news: Everything looks sufficiently cool and badass. (Bad news: The timing of this teaser was neither cool nor badass.) You'll be able to catch all the Butler action early next year. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
London Has Fallen, the sequel to the surprise action hit, Olympus Has Fallen, just dropped it's first teaser today. Only a minute long the first half reminds us of what happened in the first film then sets up the sequel with a bit of running, a dab of bombing and a touch of shooting. Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart reprise their roles from the first film. Secret Service agent Mike Banning and President Ben Asher travel to London, England to attend the funeral of the British Prime Minister. A terrorist group sets out to assassinate the World leaders in attendance and Banning and President Asher must fight for their lives again.There have been a few YouTube videos released recently that show that you don't fuck with the...
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"Oh, man, I can't f--king believe this. Another basement, another elevator. How can the same s--t happen to the same guy twice?" There's a great moment in Die Hard 2 when John McClane takes a second to acknowledge that it's really pretty ridiculous that he's going through yet another hostage scenario. And since the surprise 2013 hit Olympus Has Fallen was basically Die Hard in the White House, we're kind of hoping that Gerard Butler's character has a similar moment of self-awareness in next year's sequel, London Has Fallen. If he does, they've kept it out of the first teaser trailer for the movie, which oddly never truly shows off returning stars Butler and Aaron Eckhart. However it does show that the Potus and his new Secret Service...
- Peter Hall
Gerard Butler is back to save the day – and the Us President – from terrorists on British soil. As world leaders gather to pay their respects to the late British Prime Minister, a team of terrorists target the powerful figures at the funeral and it’s up to Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Butler) to join forces with an MI6 agent (Charlotte Riley). With President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart) in tow, the two agents are the only ones who can stop this catastrophe.
The action thriller features a supporting cast that includes Morgan Freeman, Melissa Leo, Jackie Earle Haley, Angela Bassett, and Radha Mitchell. Look for London Has Fallen in theatres on January 22, 2016.
Check out the teaser trailer now: »
- Rachel West
You gotta hand it to a trailer that delivers exactly what the title states. Antoine Fuqua's Olympus Has Fallen ended up being a serviceable action picture, and it looks like its successor is upping the stakes. The story finds Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) in London for the Prime Minister's funeral when he discovers a plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders. Totally... Read More »
- Sean Wist
Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, and Angela Bassett all reprise their roles in what will be a sequel to the Antoine Fuqua-directed White House actioner, "Olympus Has Fallen," titled "London Has Fallen." Although this one isn't directed by Fuqua. The Millennium Films production is directed by Swedish-Iranian filmmaker Babak Najafi, and will follow our good old American heroes as they set out to stop a terrorist plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders of the British Prime Minister's funeral, in London. "Olympus Has Fallen" grossed $161 million worldwide »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Back in 2013, former Secret Service agent Gerard Butler protected President Aaron Eckhart from terrorists in the White House. Come 2016, he's protecting President Aaron Eckhart from terrorists in London. That's right: the duo is back in action! This time, President Asher (Eckhart) is going to the UK to attend the prime minister's funeral when all hell breaks loose. Cue the explosions! This is just a teaser, and you won't really get a good look at costars Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, and Melissa Leo. Stay tuned for a full trailer before the Jan. 22, 2016, release date. »
Destruction abounds in the trailer from Lionsgate U.K., as historic London landmarks are blown to smithereens.
Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart return for the second installment. Secret Service head Mike Banning (Butler) and U.S. President Benjamin Asher (Eckhart) are in England’s capital for the British prime minister’s funeral when terrorist attacks take aim at all the world leaders in town.
Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett and Melissa Leo will also reprise their roles from the original film, directed by Babak Najafi. Creighton Rothenberger, Katrin Benedikt and Chad St. John wrote the screenplay.
“London Has Fallen” hits theaters on January 22, 2016.
- Maane Khatchatourian
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