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Inspired by the 2005 adaptation Jarhead, Jarhead 2: Field of Fire takes viewers behind enemy lines in Afghanistan when this action-thriller debuts on Blu-ray and DVD August 19. Josh Kelly, a real-life Army Ranger veteran who served in three tours in Iraq, stars as Corporal Chris Merriman, who helps a Navy Seal (Cole Hauser) transport an Afghan woman out of the country. We have a contest lined up where fans can take home this sequel on Blu-ray, which also stars Stephen Lang, Esai Morales and Bokeem Woodbine. Take a look at how you can win below and bring this intense action sequel home.
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Title: Jarhead 2: Field of Fire Director: Don Michael Paul Cast: Josh Kelly, Cole Hauser, Bookeem Woodbine, Esai Morales, Stephen Lang, Cassie Layton, Danielle Savre, Jesse Garcia, Ronny Jhutti, Jason Wong Running time: 1 hour 43 min, Rated R/Unrated Available: August 19th Special Features: 2 Deleted Scenes Cpl Chris Merrimette (Josh Kelly) is put in charge of a unit whose orders are to resupply an outpost dead center of Taliban controlled land. The unit finds a Navy Seal who engages them with the task of helping an Afghan woman who is infamous for causing uprising amongst civilians against the Taliban to escape the country. Merrimette leads his team to complete [ Read More ]
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DirecTV has renewed its scripted drama series "Rogue" for a supersized third season run of twenty episodes, double the standard ten episode order of the first two seasons. The first ten will air in spring 2015 and the remaining will screen in 2016.
Starz has released a trailer for the upcoming second episode of its time travel fantasy drama "Outlander". Claire's arrival starts coming under question, whilst Jamie Fraser looks like he's about to be getting some rough treatment.
The story centers on the Farrell clan, a family who has been living off the grid in the hills »
- Garth Franklin
DirecTV’s original scripted drama, “Rogue,” has been picked up for 20 additional episodes.
The series, produced by Entertainment One, stars Thandie Newton and Cole Hauser. Production on the new order will begin in January, with the first batch of 10 episodes set to air on DirecTV’s Audience network in the spring. The following 10 episodes will air in 2016.
“Rogue’s” second season, which wrapped on the Audience Network in July, centered around Grace Travis (Newton) as she moved forward with her life after finally avenging her son’s death in season 1. However, when the young female undercover operative she was responsible for went missing, Grace was forced to go back undercover inside Ethan’s (Hauser) security firm.
“’Rogue’ has clearly resonated with our viewers and we are thrilled to announce the 20-episode pick up of the series,” said Chris Long, senior VP Original Content and Production, DirecTV. “Viewers enthusiastically tuned into »
- Laura Prudom
THR reports that DirecTV has renewed their Rogue TV show for a third season of 20 episodes. The order will be split into two parts, between spring of 2015 and 2016. No decision has been made yet on if this will be the final round of episodes for the show.
Rogue revolves around a female undercover detective (Thandie Newton) who works to find her son's killer and ends up working with a crime boss. The large cast includes Marton Csokas, Claudia Ferri, Ian Tracey, Jarod Joseph, Joshua Sasse, Kavan Smith, Leah Gibson, Martin Donovan, Sarah Jeffrey, Cole Hauser, Andrea Roth, Brendan Fletcher, and Alec Newman.
What do you think? Do you watch Rogue on DirecTV? How long should this series continue? Should season three be the end? »
DirecTV is sticking with its first scripted drama, Rogue. The satellite TV provider has renewed Rogue for a supersized third season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama, which stars Thandie Newton as an undercover detective searching for her son's killer, has been picked up for 20 additional episodes — double its freshman and sophomore runs — with production starting in January. The first 10 episodes will air in spring 2015 and the remaining 10 set for 2016. Cole Hauser will also return for the subesequent seasons. No further decisions have been made on if the 20 episodes will bring the series
- Lesley Goldberg
A Marine unit stationed in the hostile province of Helmand Afghanistan wilderness faces a harrowing mission as they try to help a fugitive woman reach safety from the Taliban in Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire. Packed with intense action, thrills and the gritty reality of war, the all-new movie Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire is inspired by Jarhead, the highly praised feature film that follows a naïve young recruit and his platoon mates from the intensity of boot camp to being deployed to a lonely outpost in a surreal desert setting. Jarhead 2: Field Of Fire transports the action to the brutal battlefields and dusty villages of Afghanistan, where a band of Marines risk their lives to save a woman fleeing certain death at the hands of her Taliban pursuers.
Battle-scarred and disillusioned by the war, Corporal Chris Merriman (Josh Kelly) is put in charge of a unit whose next »
- Tom Stockman
Somewhere in the executive offices over at Universal, someone said something along these lines: "You know what property we really need to maximize? 'Jarhead.' " And so they did just that, deciding to make a follow-up to the 2005 movie, that isn't a sequel, so much as a movie "inspired" by the Sam Mendes film. And though this trailer dropped a while ago, it's just caught our attention now and we can't be the only ones to bear witness to this. Directed by Don Michael Paul ("Sniper: Legacy," "Lake Placid: The Final Chapter") and starring Josh Kelly, Cole Hauser, Bookeem Woodbine, Esai Morales, Stephen Lang and a bunch of other people, this one combines cheap locations and alt-rawk rhythmz for one testosterone-fueled experience. Here's the synopsis: Battle-scarred and disillusioned by the war, Corporal Chris Merriman is put in charge of a unit whose next mission is to resupply a remote outpost on the edge of. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
In 2005, Sam Mendes (Skyfall) directed a war film called "Jarhead," starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jamie Foxx and Peter Sarsgaard. And now, we have a trailer for the direct to Blu-ray sequel, called "Jarhead 2: Field of Fire." Check it out below. Plot: Battle-scarred and disillusioned by the war, Corporal Chris Merriman is put in charge of a unit whose next mission is to resupply a remote outpost on the edge of Taliban-controlled territory. While driving through the hostile Helmand province, a Navy Seal flags down their convoy and enlists the unit on an operation of international importance: they must help an Afghan woman famous for her defiance of the Taliban escape the country. Without tanks or air support, Merriman and his team will need all the courage and firepower they can muster to fight their way across the war-torn country and shepherd the woman to safety. The new movie stars Jesse Garcia, »
DirecTV announced that the second season of the suspense-drama Rogue, which stars Thandie Newton, from leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) and Greenroom Entertainment in conjunction with Momentum TV, will premiere on Wednesday, May 28 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt. Newton will resume her role as Grace Travis, and will be joined by Cole Hauser as the enigmatic Ethan Kelly. Season two of the DirecTV original series will see Grace attempt to navigate a new life. But things can't stay quiet for long. Separated from her husband, she is committed to providing a stable home for her daughter Evie (Sarah Jeffries), but those plans are thwarted by the unexpected arrival of her »
- Tambay A. Obenson
DirecTV announced that the second season of the suspense-drama Rogue, which stars Thandie Newton, from leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) and Greenroom Entertainment in conjunction with Momentum TV, will premiere on Wednesday, May 28 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt. Newton will resume her role as Grace Travis, and will be joined by Cole Hauser as the enigmatic Ethan Kelly. Season two of the DirecTV original series will see Grace attempt to navigate a new life. But things can't stay quiet for long. Separated from her husband, she is committed to providing a stable home for her daughter Evie (Sarah Jeffries), but those plans are thwarted by the unexpected arrival of her estranged mother Vivian (Clare Higgins). Professionally, Grace has taken a job as a handler for an FBI Task Force investigating the shadowy world of corporate espionage in San Francisco. But when her undercover operative Sarah (Aleksa Palladino) goes missing, »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Surely one of the more anticipated American films of the year for a lot of cineastes, Transcendence is the directorial debut of the wonderfully named Wally Pfister, a man who up until this film was predominantly known for being one of Christopher Nolan’s key collaborators, shooting all of his films since Memento and in the process heightening Nolan’s cerebral work with a look that is pretty much as polished as you can ever hope for, while also being a vocal proponent of non-digital film formats and keeping the 35mm dream alive. Armed with $100 million for a budget, the ability to use 35mm and a rather starry ensemble cast, critics have been lining up to take a swing at Transcendence and audiences haven’t been lining »
- Ian Loring
Warner Bros. Pictures released their new drama/sci-fi flick, "Transcendence," into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out, and thought it was excellent. It was way better than I thought it would be. The storyline was highly intriguing and unique. It also delivered plenty of drama,along with a little bit action thrown in there towards the end. It stars: Johnny Depp, Paul Bettany, Rebecca Hall, Kate Mara, Morgan Freeman, Cole Hauser, and Cillian Murphy. In the new flick, character, Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp), who is an artificial intelligence researcher and part of a team of scientists, strives to develop a machine that possesses sentience and collective intelligence, an event which Will referred to as "Transcendence." Eventually, Will gets shot by an anti-ai extremist, and survives. However, doctors eventually discover that the bullet was laced with radioactive material, which will eventually shut down Will's vital organs, causing him to die. »
Wally Pfister, the Oscar-winning cinematographer of .Inception,. tries directing a full-feature film for the first time. He brings along Johnny Depp and Morgan Freeman to help him with his journey. The longtime Christopher Nolan director of photography chose .Transcendence. as his directorial debut where Depp stars as a scientist who is working toward his goal of creating a sentient artificial intelligence. Rebecca Hall, Kate Mara, Cillian Murphy, and Paul Bettany complete the cast. .Transcendence. opens in theaters on April 18.
Official "Transcendence" Synopsis:
Sci-Fi Thriller. Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is the foremost researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working to create a sentient machine that combines the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions. His highly controversial experiments have made him famous, but they have also made him the prime target of anti-technology extremists who will do whatever it takes to stop him. »
Now playing in theaters is Wally Pfister’s directorial debut Transcendence. The film revolves around a group of scientists trying to build the first self-aware supercomputer, and when lead researcher Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) becomes the target of anti-technology extremists, he unexpectedly becomes a participant in his own transcendence. Rebecca Hall and Paul Bettany play two of Will’s fellow researchers, and as we’ve seen from the trailer, they have conflicting viewpoints on turning their co-worker into a computer. The film also stars Kate Mara, Morgan Freeman, Cole Hauser, and Clifton Collins Jr. For more on Transcendence, click here to watch some clips and here's all our previous coverage. Last week at the Los Angeles press day, I landed an exclusive interview with Freeman. He talked about how he got involved in the project, working with Pfister, if he thinks great directors share some common traits, if directors get intimidated working with him, »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Film: "Transcendence"; Cast: Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany, Cillian Murphy, Kate Mara, Cole Hauser, Morgan Freeman, Clifton Collins Jr. and Cory Hardrict; Director: Wally Pfister; Rating: ***
A tragic love story, constructed on the foundation of, "heal the planet for a better future for all of us", "Transcendence" gives an insight of what would happen to the primitive organic life or "the soul after death". In other words, it is the scientific and technological interpretation of life after death.
Seriously, bordering on ethical issues, this futuristic science-fiction film is laced with romance and political nuances. It is thought-provoking and at the same time a daunting film, suggesting that the internet and technology. »
- Smith Cox
Johnny Depp remains one of the most puzzling and intriguing actors on the scene today. His latest film, “Transcendence,” won’t do a thing to change that perception. He delves into the science fiction mystery thriller with typical Depp intensity–profound, curious and 100 percent engaging. The movie marks the feature film directorial debut of Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister (“Inception,” “Dark Knight”), who works with a stellar cast that includes Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany, Cilliam Murphy, Cole Hauser and Morgan Freeman. [...] »
Transcendence is a visually impressive film sporting perfectly framed shots and wondrous staging, as veteran cinematographer Wally Pfister transitions into his first directorial role, but while cameras capture every moment with graceful whimsy, Pfister struggles to bring life to this techno thriller beyond captivating aesthetics. As a cinematographer, it wasn’t Wally’s job to ensure characters exhibited life, or to curate a narrative story that seamlessly flows from scene to scene – a lesson unfortunately learned the hard way. What starts as a looming, informative warning for our technologically obsessed social doomsday machine ends up being nothing but a convoluted love story between some computer program and a widow in denial. Transcendence could have been a more grounded version of the Terminator movies, but ends up being a two hour long public service announcement about The Evil Internet that’s about as entertaining as reading binary code.
Dr. Will Caster »
- Matt Donato
We are obsessed with technology. This much is true. Between our cell phones and tablets and home computers and whatever else we have in our home that whirs, beeps, or produces faint electromagnetic waves, it sometimes feels like we have a more intimate relationship with our things than the people in our lives. And this has long been the realm of speculative science fiction, which wonders what would happen if that love affair with technology turned really, really dark.
The latest example of this is Warner Bros' new sci-fi epic "Transcendence," which is about the nature of humanity and all of the cumbersome fleshiness that goes with it, and concerns a mad scientist (Johnny Depp) who, after getting poisoned by a radioactive bullet (don't ask) has his consciousness uploaded to a computer which results, of course, in some unintended consequences.
- Drew Taylor
Directed by: Wally Pfister Written by: Jack Paglen Main Cast: Johnny Depp, Paul Bettany, Rebecca Hall, Kate Mara, Morgan Freeman, Cole Hauser, Cillian Murphy, and others Past Oscar relations: Pfister won Best Cinematography for Inception and Morgan Freeman won Best Supporting Actor for Million Dollar Baby Here now we have the next article in this series on 2014 contenders hoping to compete for Oscar attention at the Academy Award ceremony in 2015. Next up is Dp turned filmmaker Wally Pfister’s directorial debut Transcendence, which hopes to more or less establish Pfister as the next Christopher Nolan (especially since he’s Nolan’s longtime cinematographer), though that may be a somewhat overly optimistic ambition. There’s clearly a bit of Nolan in Pfister though, so we’ll see. He’s got a top notch cast in place here, including Johnny Depp, Paul Bettany, Rebecca Hall, Kate Mara, Morgan Freeman (a Nolan veteran), Cole Hauser, »
- Joey Magidson
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