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Den of Thieves Trailer Has Gerard Butler Chasing Down 50 Cent

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Den of Thieves Trailer Has Gerard Butler Chasing Down 50 Cent
Stx Entertainment has released the first trailer and poster for Den of Thieves, a new crime thriller starring Gerard Butler as a legendary Los Angeles cop trying to take down a brazen crew of bank robbers. Along with this new trailer, Stx has also debuted quite the unique poster, with this team of cops lead by Gerard Butler's Nick Flanagan on one side, and the bank robbers lead by 50 Cent's character on the bottom, which can be reversed so the robbers side is on top and the cops are on the bottom. We'll have to wait until January to find out who truly comes out on top in this epic thriller.

A Los Angeles crime saga in the vein of Heat, Den of Thieves follows the intersecting and often personally connected lives of an elite unit of the La County Sheriff's Dept. and the state's most successful bank robbery
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Gerard Butler Turns Up The Heat In ‘Den Of Thieves’ Trailer & Poster

He’s currently appearing in sci-fi disaster movie Geostorm, but Stx FIlms has already lined up a preview of his next actioner, the gritty crime drama Den Of Thieves, which hits in 2018.

A Los Angeles crime saga in the vein of Heat, Den Of Thieves follows the intersecting and often personally connected lives of an elite unit of the La County Sheriff’s Dept. and the state’s most successful bank robbery crew as the outlaws plan a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank of downtown Los Angeles.

The film features an impressive cast, including Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., Evan Jones, Cooper Anderson, Maurice Compte, Kaiwai Lyman-Mersereau, Mo McRae, Meadow Williams and Brian Van Holt.

This one is set to hit on February 2nd, 2018 across the UK. Check out the new trailer below.

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Film Review: ‘Officer Downe’

Film Review: ‘Officer Downe’
Imagine Paul Verhoeven’s “RoboCop” stripped of its politics, its wit, its humanity, and its craft, and that only gets halfway down the bottom of the barrel scraped by “Officer Downe,” a hyper-aggressive and thoroughly repugnant piece of comic-book juvenalia. Based on Joe Casey and Chris Burnham’s comic, and scripted by Casey, this ultra-violent tour of L.A.’s criminal underground reps the feature directorial debut of M. Shawn Crahan, co-founder of the popular heavy metal outfit Slipknot. Fans of the ’Knot’s horror-clown aesthetic may have no trouble withstanding this bruising assault on the senses, but Crahan’s frenetic mélange of law-and-order fantasy, Big Boss battles, and tough-guy posturing will be a challenge to anyone else. Magnet’s day-and-date release rightly assumes better prospects on VOD than in theaters, leaving Crahan’s nu-metal niche to thrash up the cash.

In the opening narration, the eponymous Officer Downe (Kim Coates
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Officer Downe Trailer Brings the Comic to Gory, Violent Life

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Officer Downe Trailer Brings the Comic to Gory, Violent Life
That moment some of you hardcore comic book fans have been waiting for is here. No, we don't have the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 or a new teaser for Wonder Woman. Instead, we have something drastically different. And if you're into violence, gore and wack-a-doo portrayals of Police Officers pushed to the edge, Officer Downe is the movie for you.

Officer Downe is a comic-to-film adaptation that is definitely off the hinges. The following footage is definitely not for the squimish. It is chock full of very violent behavior. There are super weird villains that will, perhaps, be hard for your mom to wrap her head around. And there are some very big guns. This ain't no Marvel movie, we assure you of that!

Officer Downe looks like one hell of a time, and could be a cult classic in the making. It is based
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Watch the Official Trailer for Officer Downe

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"My city's gone to hell..." As the titular character in Officer Downe, Kim Coates takes on an eclectic array of criminals in the film's official trailer.

"Adapted from the 2010 graphic novel by Joe Casey and Chris Burnham, Officer Downe concocts a hyper-real Los Angeles for the story of a savage La policeman who is repeatedly resurrected and returned to active duty via dark science technology. When a rookie officer named Gable is recruited as back up, he discovers there's much more to the titular super-cop than a mindless law enforcement drone warring against a twisted rouges gallery of over-the-top super-villains.

See it in theatres, on Demand, on Amazon Video and iTunes November 18th

http://www.officerdownefilm.com"

Directed by Michael Shawn Crahan and based on Joe Casey and Chris Burnham's graphic novel of the same name, Officer Downe stars Kim Coates, Tyler Ross, Lauren Luna Velez, Meadow Williams, Alison Lohman,
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Watch the First Clip from Officer Downe

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The very first clip has dropped from the M. Shawn Crahan-directed Officer Downe. Fresh off its Los Angeles Film Festival world premiere, Officer Downe screens again tonight at 9:10pm at the Arclight Cinemas in Culver City, and we also have a handful of stills from the film to share with our readers.

Synopsis: “Adapted from the 2010 graphic novel, Officer Downe takes you into a hyper-real Los Angeles for the story of a savage L.A. policeman who is repeatedly resurrected and returned to active duty via dark science technology. When a rookie officer named Gable is recruited as backup, he discovers there’s much more to the titular super-cop than a mindless law enforcement drone warring against a twisted rouges gallery of over-the-top super-villains.”

Directed by M. Shawn Crahan and adapted for the big screen by Joe Casey from his graphic novel of the same name, Officer Downe stars Kim Coates,
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Officer Downe Review [Laff 2016]

Orgasm high scores. Exploding prop heads. Poorly dubbed kung fu masters. A shit-kicking cop who can’t be killed. All this and more can be found in Shawn Crahan’s absolutely batshit insane Officer Downe, a graphic novel adaptation that oozes B-Movie absurdity through reckless decapitations and renegade heroics. Think Dredd, but with an aggressive stress put on not giving a single flying fuck about anything – like, even less than Judge Dredd’s zero tolerance policy.

Kim Coates plays Officer Terry Downe, a “special” lawman who is resurrected each day to clean the streets of Los Angeles. He’s a one-man wrecking ball with his own designated clean-up crew, including the newly assigned Officer Gamble (Tyler Ross). After witnessing the unimaginable, Gamble struggles to understand how Officer Downe defies the afterlife, which causes some friction in the bullpen with other more accepting officers – but there’s no time to waste.
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Casting: Boquet, Chandler, Milicevic, Gummer

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Rosemary's Baby

Christina Cole and legendary "For Your Eyes Only" Bond girl Carole Bouquet have signed on for NBC's four-hour miniseries adaptation of "Rosemary's Baby".

Bouquet plays Margaux Castevet, a sophisticated and beautiful Parisian socialite who befriends young Rosemary (Zoe Saldana), and Cole will play Julie, Rosemary’s spirited girlfriend. Patrick J. Adams and Jason Isaacs also star. [Source: Deadline]

Carol

Kyle Chandler ("The Wolf of Wall Street," "Zero Dark Thirty") has joined the cast of Todd Haynes' "Carol", an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's "The Price of Salt," for The Weinstein Company.

The story chronicles the burgeoning and tempestuous relationship between two very different women (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) in 1950s New York City. Chandler plays the jealous husband of Blanchett's character, a woman trapped in a dead marriage. [Source: Deadline]

Alone

Ivana Milicevic ("Banshee"), Mark Margolis ("The X-Files") and Meadow Williams ("The Harvest") have joined the cast of Matthew Coppola
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'Banshee,' 'American Horror Story' Actors Join Indie 'Alone' (Exclusive)

'Banshee,' 'American Horror Story' Actors Join Indie 'Alone' (Exclusive)
Banshee actress Ivana Milicevic, American Horror Story actor Mark Margolis and The Harvest actress Meadow Williams have joined the cast of indie drama Alone. The trio joins a cast that includes Mark Kassen, Sophie Turner and Ray Liotta. Matthew Coppola (Fresh Cut Grass) wrote and will direct the drama, which is set to begin filming in New York next week. The pic follows a vet battling Ptsd (Kassen) who finds comfort in the company of a rebellious NYC high school teen (Game of Thrones' Turner). Liotta plays her disapproving father. Video: First Look At 'Noah' Super Bowl Spot Like Minded

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Slideshow: Exclusive Red-Carpet Portraits at 2013 Chicago International Film Festival

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Chicago – On the most exciting moments of any major film premiere is the red carpet, on which the film stars, directors and producers appear for photos and interviews. At the 2013 49th Chicago International Film Festival, there were several major red carpet events, and HollywoodChicago.com was there to cover them.

Featured performers Bruce Dern, Oscar Isaac, Geoffrey Rush, Michael Shannon and Harry Lennix were among the celebrities walking the carpet at the Festival, along with their production teams and co-stars. Premieres included “Nebraska,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,” “The Book Thief,” “The Harvest,” “The Motel Life” and “H4,” all having screenings at the 49th Chicago International Film Festival.

HollywoodChicago.com was at those premieres, and photographer Joe Arce took these Exclusive Portraits during the red carpet events. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly
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Peter Fonda Joins the Cast of The Harvest

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As usually happens once a film gears up for production, hot on the heels of yesterday's news that John McNaughton (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer) is directing The Harvest, a casting update has come for the project.

Deadline reports that Peter Fonda (Ghost Rider, Race with the Devil) will be joining Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon in The Harvest. Natasha Calis, Charlie Tahan, Leslie Lyles, and Meadow Williams also appear in the film written by Stephen Lancellotti.

The Harvest stars Morton and Shannon as a married couple with medical backgrounds and a sick son (Tahan) who lives secluded in a controlled environment until a young girl (Natasha Calis) moves in next door and gives him hope of a better life. As the teens grow closer, the tight-knit world his over-protective mother has created begins to unravel. Fonda and Lyles portray Calis' grandparents.

Production is under way in New York
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Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton to Star in The Harvest

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It has been officially announced that Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon will star in The Harvest, the latest project to be directed by Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer‘s John McNaughton:

New York, NY – December 12, 2012 — Elephant Eye Films announced today that Academy Award Nominees Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon will star in “The Harvest,” a psychological thriller that questions the lengths parents will go to, to save their only child. Charlie Tahan (“Charlie St. Cloud”), Natasha Calis (“The Possession”), Leslie Lyles (“We Need to Talk About Kevin”) and Meadow Williams (“Sebastian”) will co-star. Written by Stephen Lancellotti, the film marks a return to the big screen for John McNaughton (“Wild Things,” “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.”), and will be produced by Kim Jose, David Robinson, Steven A. Jones, and Meadow Williams. Living Out Loud Productions will finance the film. Elephant Eye Films will handle international sales. Billy Hopkins
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Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton join John McNaughton's 'The Harvest'

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Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton join John McNaughton's 'The Harvest'
Academy Award Nominees Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon are teaming for the psychological thriller "The Harvest,” from "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" director John McNaughton. Charlie Tahan (“Charlie St. Cloud”), Natasha Calis (“The Possession”), Leslie Lyles (“We Need to Talk About Kevin”) and Meadow Williams (“Sebastian”) will co-star. Morton and Shannon portray Katherine and Richard Young, an overprotective couple who have to care for their sick son, Andy (Tahan). The secluded, isolated world they've created around him is threatened when an innocent 13-year-old girl, Maryann (Calis) moves in next-door, exposing Andy to the outside world. The film was written by Stephen Lancellotti, and...
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“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”

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“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”
Variety reported yesterday that John McNaughton is helming The Harvest for Elephant Eye Films. Take Shelter’s Michael Shannon and CosmopolisSamantha Morton star as a married couple whose son (Frankenweenie’s Charlie Tahan) has a medical condition that requires him to live in a controlled environment. When a new girl in town (The Possession’s Natasha Calis) befriends the boy, it gives him hope for a better life, but it’s threatened by his mother’s overprotective impulses. Stephen Lancellotti scripted The Harvest, which also stars Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams and is being produced by Williams, Kim Jose, David Robinson and Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer’s Steven A. Jones. “This is the first horror script I’ve been interested in in 25 years, so it’s kind of cool to return to the genre,” McNaughton tells the trade. “I got the script a few years ago and loved the story,
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“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”

  • Fangoria
“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”
Variety reported yesterday that John McNaughton is helming The Harvest for Elephant Eye Films. Take Shelter’s Michael Shannon and CosmopolisSamantha Morton star as a married couple whose son (Frankenweenie’s Charlie Tahan) has a medical condition that requires him to live in a controlled environment. When a new girl in town (The Possession’s Natasha Calis) befriends the boy, it gives him hope for a better life, but it’s threatened by his mother’s overprotective impulses. Stephen Lancellotti scripted The Harvest, which also stars Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams and is being produced by Williams, Kim Jose, David Robinson and Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer’s Steven A. Jones. “This is the first horror script I’ve been interested in in 25 years, so it’s kind of cool to return to the genre,” McNaughton tells the trade. “I got the script a few years ago and loved the story,
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“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”

  • Fangoria
“Henry’s” John McNaughton returns to horror with “The Harvest”
Variety reported yesterday that John McNaughton is helming The Harvest for Elephant Eye Films. Take Shelter’s Michael Shannon and CosmopolisSamantha Morton star as a married couple whose son (Frankenweenie’s Charlie Tahan) has a medical condition that requires him to live in a controlled environment. When a new girl in town (The Possession’s Natasha Calis) befriends the boy, it gives him hope for a better life, but it’s threatened by his mother’s overprotective impulses. Stephen Lancellotti scripted The Harvest, which also stars Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams and is being produced by Williams, Kim Jose, David Robinson and Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer’s Steven A. Jones. “This is the first horror script I’ve been interested in in 25 years, so it’s kind of cool to return to the genre,” McNaughton tells the trade. “I got the script a few years ago and loved the story,
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Wild Things Director John McNaughton Returns With The Harvest

John McNaughton, the helmer behind the controversial cult classic 1986 horror film Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and the infamous 2001 thriller Wild Things, has signed on to direct his next movie, breaking his eleven year sabbatical from cinema.

Variety says that beginning production in New York imminently is The Harvest, a psychological horror thriller made for under $10 million that finds Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton among its cast.

Written by Stephen Lancelloti, the movie follows a married couple (Shannon & Morton) with medical backgrounds and a sick son (Charlie Tahan) who lives secluded in a controlled environment until a young girl (Natasha Calis) moves in next door and gives him hope of a better life. As the teens grow closer, the tight-knit world his over-protective mother has created begins to unravel.

Leslie Lykes and Meadow Williams also have supporting roles. Steven A. Jones, Kim Jose, David Robinson and Williams herself are producing.
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Michael Shannon, Samantha Morton to star in The Harvest

The Harvest psychological thriller has cast Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton in the John McNaughton film. Elephant Eye Films made the announcement today for the psychological thriller that questions the lengths parents will go to, to save their only child. Also in the cast are Charlie Tahan, Natasha Calis, Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams. In The Harvest, Morton and Shannon portray Katherine and Richard Young, a successful heart surgeon and over-protective mother, and her co-dependent husband who has retired from his career as a nurse to care for their sick son Andy (Charlie Tahan). Andy’s healthcare is handled in-house, and all of his medical issues taken care of by his mother and father with the help of a pharmaceutical representative, Sandra (Meadow Williams), who supplies them with whatever they need, no questions asked. Home schooled, Andy lives in a controlled, secluded world, until an innocent 13-year-old neighbor, Maryann (Natasha Calis
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Michael Shannon, Samantha Morton to star in The Harvest

The Harvest psychological thriller has cast Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton in the John McNaughton film. Elephant Eye Films made the announcement today for the psychological thriller that questions the lengths parents will go to, to save their only child. Also in the cast are Charlie Tahan, Natasha Calis, Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams. In The Harvest, Morton and Shannon portray Katherine and Richard Young, a successful heart surgeon and over-protective mother, and her co-dependent husband who has retired from his career as a nurse to care for their sick son Andy (Charlie Tahan). Andy’s healthcare is handled in-house, and all of his medical issues taken care of by his mother and father with the help of a pharmaceutical representative, Sandra (Meadow Williams), who supplies them with whatever they need, no questions asked. Home schooled, Andy lives in a controlled, secluded world, until an innocent 13-year-old neighbor, Maryann (Natasha Calis
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Michael Shannon, Samantha Morton for John McNaughton's 'The Harvest'

Michael Shannon, Samantha Morton for John McNaughton's 'The Harvest'
John McNaughton will direct The Harvest. Actors Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton have also signed on to star in the Wild Things director's latest project, reports Variety.

[Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton] Natasha Calis, Charlie Tahan, Leslie Lyles and Meadow Williams will also appear in the Stephen Lancellotti-penned psychological thriller. It centres around Shannon and Morton as a couple with medical backgrounds and a sickly son (Tahan) who must be kept in a secluded and carefully monitored environment. When a girl (Calis) moves in next door she strikes up a friendship with the boy, unwittingly causing his mother's (more)
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