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Lionsgate announced last week that they will be showcasing the first footage from their highly-anticipated sequel John Wick 2 during a New York Comic-Con panel on Saturday, October 8. To get fans ready for this upcoming footage, the studio has released a photo with Keanu Reeves as the title character, walking his new dog across the Brooklyn Bridge. After his adorable beagle puppy was killed in the first movie, John Wick got a new dog in the original movie's final scenes, who is happily still alive.
Back in June, Ian McShane, who returns as Winston, the owner of the Continental Hotel, revealed in an interview this June that Keanu Reeves' John Wick has a "new dog," and it's clear now that it's still the same pit bull that he rescued at the end of the first movie. The new photo from Lionsgate shows that this puppy certainly may not be »
Keanu Reeves is back as the legendary hitman in “John Wick: Chapter Two,” and this time he has a new friend along for the ride. Gearing up for its hour-long panel at the New York Comic Con on October 8, Lionsgate revealed a new image of the upcoming sequel, which introduces us to Wick’s new dog, the pitbull that was seen at the end of the first film.
“A new chapter begins together,” says the tweet, as Reeves and his pup are seen walking on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A new chapter begins together. #JohnWick2 is coming to #Nycc 10.8.2016. pic.twitter.com/8AH1vgZIuU
— John Wick: Chapter 2 (@JohnWickMovie) September 28, 2016
The first poster for the action thriller was released last week and we’re hoping the first trailer will drop some time soon. In “John Wick: Chapter Two, »
- Liz Calvario
Exclusive: Business Ethics, the dark comedy from Innis Lake Entertainment and Know Rules Media, has set Kurtwood Smith, Lance Reddick and Angus Macfadyen for supporting roles in the Nick Wernham-directed pic. Starring Larenz Tate, the film is based on a short from Wernham of the same name about a man who sets out to run a Ponzi scheme. Shooting will commence in October. Smith will play Magnus Hardcastle, a rich, greedy, self-confident, and self-made businessman, who works… »
2014's neo-noir John Wick was a bit of a word of mouth hit, topping charts once it hit video-on-demand, despite a lacklustre theatrical run. The success of this low-budget revenge thriller was very much a surprise, then. As was the sudden announcement of a follow-up movie from director Chad Stahleski back in May 2015. Now, as we get our first few glimpses of John Wick: Chapter Two, Keanu Reaves is looking dressed to kill and is seemingly joined by a new canine companion: In this next chapter following the 2014 hit, legendary hitman John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is forced back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world’s deadliest killers. John Wick: Chapter Two also stars Common, Bridget Moynahan, Ian McShane, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Martin Macnamara)
Following last week’s poster [check it out here], two first look images have arrived online for the upcoming action sequel John Wick: Chapter Two featuring Keanu Reeves’ titular assassin (and his new dog!); take a look here…
Legendary hitman John Wick is forced back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world’s deadliest killers.
John Wick: Chapter Two is set for release on February 10th and reunites Reeves with the original’s co-director Chad Stahelski and returning stars Ian McShane, John Leguizamo, Bridget Monahan, Tom Sadowski, and Lance Reddick. New additions to the cast include Laurence Fishburne (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Common »
- Amie Cranswick
Outside of perhaps Kill Zone 2 and Blood Father, this year’s action offerings have been severely lacking. That’s thankfully about to change in early 2017 as Keanu Reeves returns with John Wick: Chapter Two, a sequel to his surprise hit back in 2014. Following the poster debut, the first images have now landed, which finds Wick alongside a new canine companion.
“I would say we had twice as much action as the first movie,” director Chad Stahelski says. “We took it all a full notch up as far as the driving car stuff went. A great portion of the car chase in the opening of the film is Keanu, which is very impressive.” As we await the first trailer, which will likely arrive around the time of the Nycc Comic-Con Panel on October 8, check out the new images above and below, as well as the poster if you missed it. »
- Jordan Raup
In this next chapter following the 2014 hit, legendary hitman John Wick [Keanu Reeves] is forced back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world’s deadliest killers.
Directed by Chad Stahelski and starring Keanu Reeves, Common, Riccardo Scamarcio, Laurence Fishburne, Ruby Rose, Bridget Moynahan, Lance Reddick, Franco Nero, with John Leguizamo, and Ian McShane, the hugely anticipated film releases on 11th February 2017. Here are those new images…
- Paul Heath
Lionsgate has released a new official photo from the upcoming sequel John Wick: Chapter Two, which sees Keanu Reeves returning as the hitman brought out of retirement following the killing of his dog, which was a gift from his late wife.
Speaking of dog, the new photo features Reeves walking alongside a new canine friend. Have a look at the photo below.
John Wick: Chapter Two also co-stars Common, Riccardo Scamarcio, Laurence Fishburne, Ruby Rose, Bridget Moynahan, Lance Reddick, Franco Nero, with John Leguizamo, and Ian McShane. The sequel is being directed by Chad Stahelski, who was also at the helm of the 2014 original.
The sequel follows legendary hitman John Wick who is forced to back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against »
- Kellvin Chavez
Following on from this week’s first poster and news of a New York Comic-Con panel, director Chad Stahelski has been chatting to Collider about the upcoming sequel John Wick: Chapter Two, stating that it has “twice the action” of the first movie, as well as teasing what’s in store when Keanu Reeves’ retired hitman heads to Rome to take on some of the world’s deadliest killers.
“I would say we had twice as much action as the first movie,” states Stahelski. “We took it all a full notch up as far as the driving car stuff went. A great portion of the car chase in the opening of the film is Keanu, which is very impressive… People kept asking us in the year after the movie came out, ‘We’d like to see more about the hotel.’ ‘We’d like to see more about all the different characters. »
- Gary Collinson
Earlier today, Lionsgate confirmed that they are bringing the highly-anticipated sequel John Wick Chapter 2 to New York Comic Con, while debuting a new poster. The first trailer will debut during this Q&A panel, which will take place Saturday, October 8 at 2 Pm Et and will be live-streamed on Twitch. Today we have new details from director Chad Stahelski, who teases that this sequel will deliver double the action of its predecessor.
2014's John Wick wasn't a box office blockbuster by any means, taking in just $43 million domestically and $86 million worldwide from a $20 million budget, but fans kept discovering it on home video. Entertainment Weekly caught up with Chad Stahelski, who is directing John Wick 2 by himself after working with David Leitch on the original action-thriller. Chad Stahelski teased that there is twice as much action in the sequel.
"I would say we had twice as much action as the first movie. »
Baba Yaga, the Boogeyman – whatever moniker you place on Keanu Reeves’ stone-cold assassin, John Wick is not a man to be trifled with. Two years ago, David Leitch and Chad Stahelski’s directorial debut drove home that point with style, introducing moviegoers to an action hero that was as ferocious as he was unforgiving, hunting down the men responsible for killing his puppy – and, by effect, the last remaining memory of his late wife – and picking them off one by one.
Borrowing elements from martial arts films and even anime, John Wick was a true breakout hit, and after garnering $80 million plus at the international box office, we now arrive at John Wick: Chapter Two.
Penciled in for a launch early next year, Chad Stahelski, who assumes full directing duties now that Leitch has booked a journey to The Coldest City, has been drumming up excitement ahead of New York Comic-Con next weekend, »
- Michael Briers
We’re thinking he’s back. Prior to 2014, we thought Keanu Reeves‘ most iconic action character would be Neo, but, in a post-John Wick world, we may have a new answer. Our favorite grieving hitman will get back to the action early next year with John Wick: Chapter Two, and, with the first look, we have some more details.
Director Chad Stahelski opened up to EW about the action sequel, saying this new film will expand on the idea of the hotel and the various characters that frequent the criminal underworld, as well as Wick “dealing with the consequences of murdering many, many people in the first film.” “What’s it like to be in a world like this? That’s what we really wanted to expand on,” he says.
However, the most enticing tidbit — outside of Laurence Fishburne‘s new character being named The Bowery King — comes with discussion of the action. »
- Leonard Pearce
While San Diego Comic-Con proved to be disappointing on the movie side of things, New York Comic Con is looking to turn that around in a big way. This year, Lionsgate is bringing two of its most anticipated movies to the Javits Center, with the Power Rangers reboot and the sequel John Wick: Chapter 2. To celebrate the announcement, Lionsgate has debuted the first teaser poster for John Wick 2 featuring star Keanu Reeves.
Keanu Reeves is seen being measured for a new suit in this one-sheet, and it is quite ominous, and reminiscent of old Westerns where those heading into a duel were often sized for their coffin. Will John Wick be staring down the Grim Reaper in this follow-up to the smash hit? That's possible, and we're sure to learn a lot more in just a few weeks.
Keanu Reeves will be appearing at Nycc along with other »
Lionsgate has announced that it will be hosting a New York Comic Con panel for the upcoming action sequel John Wick: Chapter Two, and to whet our appetites the studio has released the first poster, featuring the returning Keanu Reeves.
John Wick: Chapter Two is set for release on February 10th and reunites Reeves with the original’s co-director Chad Stahelski and returning stars Ian McShane, John Leguizamo, Bridget Monahan, Tom Sadowski, and Lance Reddick. New additions to the cast include Laurence Fishburne (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Common (Selma), Ruby Rose (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter), Riccardo Scamarcio (Burnt) and Peter Stormare (Fargo).
- Amie Cranswick
Yesterday, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences opened voting for this year's Emmy nominations, including the public release of ballots showing who submitted themselves and in what categories. That means it's time for my annual thought exercise, where I pretend that I'm an Academy member and try to figure out how I would fill out my ballot in the major categories. The whole thing becomes trickier with each passing year, just because there are so many shows and performances worthy of at least consideration: when I made my first run through the ballot, jotting down contenders in each big category, I wound up with 26 potential Outstanding Comedy Series nominees, for instance. It does give me a sense of how challenging this must be for the actual Emmy voters, especially since most of them have much less time to actually watch TV than I do. I'm using the same rules as usual: 1)I only consider shows and performances that were submitted. So even if I wanted to put, say, Hugh Dancy on my ballot for his work in the final season of Hannibal, I couldn't, because he only submitted his work on Hulu's The Path. 2)I can't move things into other categories to suit my preference. I can't treat Horace and Pete like a limited series, even though that's clearly what it was, because the Academy let Louis C.K. submit it in the drama categories, and I can't take a largely dramatic half-hour like Transparent or Togetherness out of the comedy categories. 3)I don't consider shows and performances that I didn't watch much, if at all, this season. Based on the last time I was a regular viewer of Penny Dreadful and Orphan Black, for instance, I suspect Eva Green and Tatiana Maslany would both be incredibly strong contenders for the drama lead actress category, but I haven't seen a second of either show's eligible season. Back in the days before Peak TV, it would make me crazy when actors were obviously nominated based on their work from previous seasons, rather than anything they had done in the current year, so I'm not going to make any nominations based on similar assumptions. Also, because so much of the biggest action this year is in the limited series categories (even sans Horace and Pete), I'm going to make picks there, when usually I've stuck with the comedy and drama fields. So here we go... Outstanding Comedy Series black-ish (ABC) Master of None (Netflix) Review (Comedy Central) Transparent (Amazon) Veep (HBO) You're the Worst (FX) As I alluded to above, this was a tough one, especially since there are so many different kinds of "comedy" up for consideration. I could have surrounded Transparent and You're the Worst with a bunch of other half-hours that trended more towards the dramatic this year (say, Casual, Baskets, Togetherness, and Girls), or put on both of the CW's delightful Monday hour-long comedies in Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, or loaded up on the resurgent broadcast network comedy scene and paired black-ish with the likes of The Grinder, The Carmichael Show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Fresh Off the Boat. And I haven't even mentioned Broad City or Lady Dynamite or Catastrophe or Silicon Valley or Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt or a bunch of others that I'm not happy to not have on my final list. But these six were ultimately the ones that stuck with me the most, in some cases very long after they first aired. Outstanding Drama Series The Americans (FX) Better Call Saul (AMC) Happy Valley (Netflix) Horace and Pete (LouisCK.net) The Leftovers (HBO) UnREAL (Lifetime) Because so many great shows like Fargo and American Crime and The People v. O.J. Simpson have gotten themselves categorized as limited series, this wasn't quite as impossible a category to cull down to six choices, even if I changed my mind five different times between including UnREAL, Mr. Robot, or Halt and Catch Fire for that last spot. The Leftovers was my favorite show of last year, and assuming its final season gets bumped to 2017, Horace and Pete and The Americans are the two front-runners to finish atop my best of list for this year. With Mad Men gone, and limited series more competitive, I'm holding out the faintest of hope that Americans can follow the Friday Night Lights pattern and start getting nominated late in its run after being largely ignored early on. Outstanding Limited Series American Crime (ABC) Fargo (FX) The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story (FX) Roots (History) Show Me a Hero (HBO) What an amazing resurgence for a format the rest of the TV business had all but ceded to HBO for the last decade. All six of these projects were extraordinary in different ways, and any one of them would be a more than deserving winner, though I'm assuming People v. O.J. is going to sweep its way through most of the limited series categories. Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series Anthony Anderson, black-ish Andrew Daly, Review Chris Geere, You're the Worst Rob Lowe, The Grinder Fred Savage, The Grinder Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent Some years, I set a rule that I will only nominate one actor per show, but I couldn't choose between the two Grinder leads, who were as perfect a crazy man/straight man pairing as TV has had in quite some time. Anderson and Geere did great work flipping back and forth between silliness and pathos this year (I still choke up thinking about Dre's Obama speech from the black-ish episode about how to talk to your kids about black people being shot by cops), Tambor was once again stunning in a largely dramatic performance (that is, again, eligible here, in a category that isn't Funniest Actor in a Comedy Series), and Daly's absolute commitment to the awfulness of Forrest MacNeil's life made the second Review season even funnier, and darker, than the first. Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series Steve Buscemi, Horace and Pete Louis C.K., Horace and Pete Rami Malek, Mr. Robot Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul Matthew Rhys, The Americans Justin Theroux, The Leftovers Horace and Pete was another case of my inability to choose between two actors from the same show, as by the end, C.K.'s work was just as nuanced and devastating as the more experienced Buscemi's. Malek was so riveting that he made a lot of pieces of Mr. Robot work that would have failed utterly in the hands of an even slightly less gifted performer, Theroux's work in the last few Leftovers season 2 episodes left me a wreck, Odenkirk continues to demonstrate surprising depths as a dramatic actor, and it's absurd that Matthew Rhys has yet to be nominated for all he does on Americans. Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie Bryan Cranston, All the Way James Franco, 11.22.63 Oscar Isaac, Show Me a Hero Regé-Jean Page, Roots Courtney B. Vance, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Patrick Wilson, Fargo Cranston and Franco both gave tremendous performances in ultimately flawed projects. Isaac somehow made all the exposition and policy wonkery of Show Me a Hero entertaining and tragic, Page and Vance were enormously charismatic as men who were flashy on the outside and deeply pained on the inside, and Patrick Wilson basically turned into Gary Cooper and became the powerful, still center around which all the craziness of Fargo season 2 could orbit. Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Aya Cash, You're the Worst Gillian Jacobs, Love Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep Michaela Watkins, Casual Louis-Drefyus will — deservedly — keep winning this category until either Veep ends or she pulls a Candice Bergen and withdraws herself from consideration. So it almost doesn't matter who gets nominated alongside her. But the other performances I chose were all wonderfully nuanced and complicated as they painted very different portraits of women who are all damaged in some way, and any of them would make an incredibly deserving winner if Louis-Dreyfus were to pull a Larry David and somehow offend everyone in Los Angeles at the same time. Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Shiri Appleby, UnREAL Kerry Bishé, Halt and Catch Fire Carrie Coon, The Leftovers Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley Krysten Ritter, Jessica Jones Keri Russell, The Americans The Pov structure of Leftovers season 2 rendered everyone but Theroux a supporting player, but since Coon submitted herself here, I'm picking her, because when she was on screen, she was spectacular. Bishé was the highlight of the much-improved second season of Halt, Lancashire remains indelible on Happy Valley, Ritter lived up to all of my hopes for Jessica Jones, and refer to my Matthew Rhys comment when it comes to his TV spouse. The real surprise of the group is Appleby, who had never suggested the kind of depth and force that her role on UnREAL has allowed her to play. Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie Kirsten Dunst, Fargo Felicity Huffman, American Crime Riley Keough, The Girlfriend Experience Rachel McAdams, True Detective Sarah Paulson, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Lili Taylor, American Crime As with the corresponding male category, we've got a couple of performances here (Keough and McAdams) that transcended iffy shows. You could argue that any or all of Dunst, Huffman, and Taylor belong in the supporting field, but they were all wonderful, even if they all understandably seem destined to lose to Paulson. Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series Louie Anderson, Baskets Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Jaime Camil, Jane the Virgin Christopher Meloni, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp T.J. Miller, Silicon Valley Timothy Simons, Veep Honestly, I could make this an all-Veep category — say, with Simons, Tony Hale, Kevin Dunn, Gary Cole, Sam Richardson, and Matt Walsh (or swap any two of them out for Hugh Laurie and Reid Scott) — and it would be a completely respectable list. Instead, I decided to limit myself to one guy, and the New Hampshire election story has given Simons a chance to shine like never before. As for the others, Braugher is a national treasure, Camil may be playing the most reliable joke machine on television, Meloni stole First Day of Camp the same way he stole the original movie, and Miller got to add some surprising emotion to Erlich Bachman's usual hilarious buffoonery. And Anderson is, like Tambor, giving an almost entirely dramatic performance (and also playing a woman), but in a way that never feels like a gimmick. Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series Alan Alda, Horace and Pete Dylan Baker, The Americans Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul Kevin Carroll, The Leftovers Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones Lance Reddick, Bosch Even if the Academy at large didn't watch Horace and Pete, I expect Alda will be nominated on name recognition alone, and when they see him give the performance of his career, he'll hopefully win. Baker sketched out a complicated and tragic character in the space of 13 episodes, Banks continued finding new gravitas inside Mike Ehrmantraut, Carroll knocked me out as much as his more well-known co-stars, Dinklage remains so much fun that he can even carry a long scene where he's acting against thin air disguised as CGI dragons, and Reddick also did the best work of his career on the largely unheralded Bosch. Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie Sterling K. Brown, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Ted Danson, Fargo Connor Jessup, American Crime Hugh Laurie, The Night Manager Zahn McClarnon, Fargo Bokeem Woodbine, Fargo Unfortunately, I assume John Travolta has one of these spots in the bag. And the only reason Jessup is here and not in the lead category is because he's young and relatively unknown. But this is still one of the most competitive groups in the whole field, and I'd love to see one of the more unheralded actors eligible win it, even though Danson and Laurie were both superb in the kinds of roles they don't usually play. Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series Loretta Devine, The Carmichael Show Kether Donohue, You're the Worst Allison Janney, Mom Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live Amanda Peet, Togetherness Kristen Schaal, Last Man on Earth Janney, like Louis-Dreyfus, may have a stranglehold on her category for a while, and she's terrific enough — at both the light and dark parts of Mom — that I can't get too annoyed with it. This is another extremely deep category, which I tried to cover with a variety of different kinds of performances from different kinds of shows. There's Devine playing extremely big — and yet still human enough to be at the center of an episode about clinical depression — on Carmichael (where David Alan Grier would also be a fine nominee on the male side), McKinnon carrying SNL, Donohue and Peet doing a mix of utter silliness and something much messier, and Schaal turning out in time to be the very best part of Last Man. I'd have liked to find room for some of the Transparent actresses or Zosia Mamet or a bunch of others, but you've gotta make choices when you play this game. Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series Amy Brenneman, The Leftovers Ann Dowd, The Leftovers Regina King, The Leftovers Rhea Seehorn, Better Call Saul Alison Wright, The Americans Constance Zimmer, UnREAL Nope. Not gonna leave out one of the three Leftovers ladies here. (As a past winner, King is the most likely to get an actual nomination.) Seehorn, meanwhile, essentially became co-lead for much of Saul season 2, and was so likable and vulnerable and interesting that it felt like she was adding to Jimmy's story rather than taking away from it. Wright was stronger than ever on Americans, even though Martha was in crisis throughout, and Zimmer was every bit Shiri Appleby's dramatic equal as part of the UnREAL two-hander. Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie Olivia Colman, The Night Manager Rachel Keller, Fargo Regina King, American Crime Cristin Milioti, Fargo Anika Noni Rose, Roots Jean Smart, Fargo Another category where I went with three from one show, reflecting both the great work of Keller, Milioti, and Smart, but also the relative shallowness of this particular field. King is one of several actors this year who, thanks to the proliferation of limited series and shows with shorter seasons, has a realistic shot at being nominated for two different performances. Colman had a bunch of great moments during The Night Manager (particularly the monologue about why her character was so interested in taking down Hugh Laurie), and Rose was one of the best parts of the outstanding Roots ensemble. What does everybody else think? What nominations are you most hoping to see? Alan Sepinwall may be reached at email@example.com »
- Alan Sepinwall
One of the surprise critical hits of 2014 was the action-thriller John Wick, which earned $86 million worldwide from a $20 million budget. Shortly after the movie's modest theatrical success, Lionsgate moved forward with a sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2, which brings Keanu Reeves back as the title character. One of the other original John Wick stars returning is Ian McShane, whose character Winston ran the mysterious Continental Hotel, a hangout for assassins. While discussing his role in last night's Game of Thrones, the actor shed new light on this sequel.
Back in April, the official synopsis for John Wick: Chapter 2 was released, teasing that Keanu Reeves' title character is forced out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins' guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world's deadliest killers. »
Along with Reeves, another familiar face returning for this outing is former "Deadwood" alum Ian McShane who reprises his role of The Continental Hotel's proprietor, Winston. McShane has offered some additional details about the next instalment to EW, confirming that "Burnt" actor Riccardo Scamarcio is playing the villain in the film in which Reeves' John Wick is called upon by a former associate.
Said associate plans to take control of a Rome-based 'shadowy international assassins' guild' with Scamarcio's character serving as the current head of the guild. McShane praises his co-workers and confirms the sequel picks up shortly after the events of the first film:
“I'm kind of the only one left from the first ['John Wick']. This is same kind of premise. It's not like two years later, »
- Garth Franklin
Scot Armstrong’s Search Party, which is packed to the gils with comedic talent — most of whom, thankfully, have found work that’s more tailored to their abilities — is mostly just a terrible movie. But while it’s a deeply unpleasant experience, dragging down even the most potentially funny scenes by ramming in tone-deaf jokes or indifferent rhythms, it’s also instructive in demonstrating how not to make incredibly funny people humiliate themselves for 90 minutes.
The plot of Search Party has been repeated ad nauseam so many times in the years since Todd Phillips’ irritatingly influential fratty touchstone The Hangover that not even the movie feels particularly invested in mapping out the geography or progression of its narrative. Search Party is set in motion within the opening minutes as as Nardo (Thomas Middlemitch) passes around a joint in a hotboxed van with his two life-long friends, Evan (Adam Pally) and »
- Michael Snydel
The much-loved 2014 action flick John Wick is gearing up for a sequel in 2017, dubbed John Wick: Chapter Two, and a few lucky people roaming the floor of CinemaCon have glimpsed the film’s first promo poster in Las Vegas. Check out a snapshot of the poster below.
As sequel posters go, it’s pretty ordinary, with Keanu Reeves’ title character strutting ahead in front of a giant number 2 in the background. Although it’s hard to see, those at CinemaCon confirmed the poster’s tagline reads, “It Ain’t Over ‘Till It’s Over.” So, yeah, I’m guessing he’s back.
The plot of John Wick: Chapter Two finds the assassin yet again forced out of retirement when one of his old associates tries to gain control of an international assassin’s guild. The setting will switch to Rome for part two, but the first film’s massive body »
- Mitchel Broussard
After a disappointing film (that actually had a pretty solid cast, consisting of Josh Brolin (Avengers: Infinity War), John Malkovich (Red), Megan Fox (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows), Michael Shannon (Man Of Steel), Will Arnett (The Lego Batman Movie), Michael Fassbender (X-Men: Apocalypse), Aidan Quinn (Elementary), and Lance Reddick (John Wick: Chapter Two)) back in 2010, Jonah Hex is finally getting a second chance and is all set for his small screen debut on DC's Legends of Tomorrow next week, this time with Johnathon Schaech (Quantico) playing the part. Check out the extended promo for next week's episode now: DC Comics’ Jonah Hex Meets The Team – When the team needs a place to hide out, Rip (Arthur Darvill) sets a course for the Old West. Upon arrival, they start a fight with a gang of outlaws, putting the small town in jeopardy. Luckily, an old friend of Rip’s, »
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