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'Mechanic 2' and 'Criminal' Get Release Dates

'Mechanic 2' and 'Criminal' Get Release Dates
Summit Entertainment has set release dates for two of it's upcoming Millennium Films releases, including the sequel Mechanic: Resurrection starring Jason Statham and the thriller Criminal with Kevin Costner.

Criminal will open on August 21, 2015. In this action drama, the memories and skills of a CIA agent are implanted into the brain of a dangerous criminal in order to stop an international terrorist. Appearing along with Kevin Costner are Gary Oldman, Gal Gadot, Tommy Lee Jones, Alice Eve and Ryan Reynolds. As of now, the film is set to go up against the horror sequel Sinister 2 and the romantic drama Me Before You starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin.

Mechanic: Resurrection is set to open January 22, 2016. Jason Statham returns as Arthur Bishop, aka the Mechanic, in a sequel to the 2011 global hit The Mechanic. When someone from his past forces him back into the business, Bishop has to complete an impossible
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First Live-Action 'Lupin III' Trailer

First Live-Action 'Lupin III' Trailer
The first trailer for the live-action adaptation of Lupin III has arrived. Shun Oguri stars as Ars&#232ne Lupin III, the world's greatest thief. Watch as Interpol Inspector Zenigata (Tadanobu Asano) begins his worldwide hunt for this infamous anti-hero from the iconic Japanese Manga. No U.S. release date has been announced just yet. It makes its debut in Japan on August 30.

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Lupin III comes to theaters in 2014 and stars Tadanobu Asano, Nick Tate, Meisa Kuroki, Jerry Yan, Shun Oguri, David Asavanond, Nirut Sirichanya, Geoffrey Giuliano. The film is directed by Ryûhei Kitamura.
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The Scorpion King 3: Battle For Redemption” will be released on Blu-ray on Jan.
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Break Out Your Flamethrowers for Slash and Burn Thriller The Fifth Execution

Twitch Films is debuting the first teaser for action thriller The Fifth Execution. The plot follows the spread of an infection, which causes those exposed to the disease to take their own lives. The first clip below, shows the infection spreading amongst locals villagers, of a remote island. Michael Madsen stars as Rik, a mercenary tasked with removing the threat of infection; also notably starring is Rutger Hauer and Fedor Emelianenko. Check out the first clip for this slash-and-burn film below!

The film's synopsis is here:

"On a remote island somewhere in South-West Asia a weird animal infection outbreak is detected. A charitable institution official, Maria, who has been researching this disease, learns that in a village not so far away, symptoms similar to those of the infected animals are detected in the human body.

When she arrives at the village, she is surprised by the blood tests results, while
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'No merit' to Lennon movie lawsuit

Representatives for the upcoming John Lennon biopic Nowhere Man have said that a lawsuit which aims to block the film has no merit. Writer Geoffrey Giuliano has claimed that the 2007 Julia Baird memoir on which the movie has based itself uses material from the 1986 book John Lennon, My Brother that the pair wrote together. Giuliano said: "There's only one reason she did it, and that's to screw me out of my share. "The vast majority of the (more)
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Beatle Author Seeing Double

A Veteran rock biographer is furious at John Lennon's half-sister, Julia Baird, claiming she used material from a 1986 book they co-wrote about Lennon in another memoir without giving him any credit or money.

"There's only one reason she did it, and that's to screw me out of my share," Geoffrey Giuliano -- who wrote "John Lennon, My Brother" with Baird -- told Page Six from his home in Bangkok. "The vast majority of the research in her 2007 book,
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Lennon's Sister Facing Lawsuit Over Film

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Lennon's Sister Facing Lawsuit Over Film
A film about the early life of Beatles legend John Lennon has been thrown into jeopardy - the star's sister is facing legal action over the book on which the movie is based.

Lennon's sister Julia Baird collaborated with Geoffrey Giuliano on John Lennon, My Brother, which was published in the late 1980s.

Baird went on to pen her own book, 2007's Imagine This: Growing Up With My Brother John Lennon.

But Giuliano has accused Baird of basing her biography on his previous research into Lennon's life.

And now he is set to launch a legal battle over new movie Nowhere Boy - which is based on Baird's book - claiming he is entitled to 50 per cent of her earnings from the picture.

He says, "In doing my own research, I filled in a lot of blanks for her. More than half the material in the book is a result of my research.

"Additional information in Imagine This was uncovered by me in my original research. I was the person who conceptualised the original book."

The movie will star Kristin Scott Thomas and Anne-Marie Duff and is set for release in 2010.

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