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Warcraft may have had its release date pushed back to 2016 to avoid going up against Disney's Star Wars: Episode VII, but the video game adaptation looks to be picking up the pace in terms of casting, with Universal revealing that Ben Foster (Lone Survivor), Rob Kazinsky (True Blood) and Toby Kebbell (Wrath of the Titans) have signed on for as-yet-unrevealed roles, while Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The First Avenger) is in final negotiations.
The four actors join the previously announced Travis Fimmel (Vikings) and Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol) in the cast of Warcraft, which is being directed by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code). Other actors who have been linked to parts in the fantasy epic include Colin Farrell (Total Recall), Anton Yelchin (Star Trek Into Darkness), Paul Dano (Prisoners) and Anson Mount (Straw Dogs).
Warcraft is set for release on March 11th 2016. »
- Gary Collinson
VOD is where it’s at these days. In recent weeks, various titles have been scheduled to land on-demand before opening in theaters, from Lars von Trier’s four-hour-long sex epic Nymphomaniac to the Sharlto Copley-starring mind-bender Open Grave. The trend seems like it’ll only continue growing through next year, with simultaneous VOD-theatrical release dates being added to the calendar on a daily basis.
One film taking that road to release is Reasonable Doubt, which stars Dominic Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson. Today, we have the first trailer for the movie, clearing up a few plot aspects and promising a very fast-moving thriller. Check it out below:
Though the film’s plot reminds me an awful lot of The Lincoln Lawyer, the presence of capable stars like Cooper and Jackson suggest that Reasonable Doubt might turn out decently. The trailer certainly plays up the cat-and-mouse angle, as well »
- Isaac Feldberg
One of the hardest working men in showbiz, Samuel L. Jackson's indie drama Reasonable Doubt, which he stars in alongside Dominic Cooper and Gloria Reuben, has been picked up by Lionsgate (Us rights), for a 2014 release. The $8 million German-Canadian co-production, shot over 27 days in November and December last year, in Winnipeg and Chicago, was written by Peter Dowling, and directed by Peter Howitt. It centers on an up-and-coming assistant D.A. (Cooper) who has his life turned upside down when he's involved in a hit and run and another man (Jackson) is arrested for his crime and charged with murder. The film, a co-production between Paradox »
- Tambay A. Obenson
From the director of "Antitrust" and co-writer of "Flightplan"! Excited yet?! Those are the best endorsements the marketing people could muster for "Reasonable Doubt," a new legal thriller that has managed to get both Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper into the cinematic jury box. Written by Peter A. Dowling (responsible for those aforementioned movies) and directed by Peter P. Croudins (who has no other IMDb credits), this overcooked drama follows a rising District Attorney who prosecutes a hit-and-run crime that he actually committed, but throws the case to make sure the wrongfully accused man gets off. The twist? That man is a killer and must be stopped before...well, you get it. Seemingly tailor-made for DVD bargain bins and late night cable runs, this one looks pretty tepid overall and something that even Ashley Judd would've passed on. "Reasonable Doubt" hits theaters and VOD on January 17, 2014. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Despite the release date placement of this new thriller Reasonable Doubt, the presence of Dominic Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson actually have me giving it a second glance. The first trailer for the film makes it feel like a thriller that wouldn't be out of place in the 90s, as a District Attorney who thinks he's responsible for killing a man in a hit and run accident, inadvertently sets free the accused killer, thinking he's innocent. The only downside here is that the trailer seems to give away the whole movie, unless there's a twist that will save it. Still, this one looks better than most of the films coming to theaters early next year. Here's the first trailer for Peter P. Croudins' Reasonable Doubt, originally from Yahoo: Reasonable Doubt is directed by newcomer Peter P. Croudins and written by Peter A. Dowling (Flightplan). When up-and-coming District Attorney Mitch »
- Ethan Anderton
Lionsgate has now release the trailer for the upcoming "Reasonable Doubt" crime thriller, starring Dominic Cooper (Captain America) and Samuel L Jackson. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows District Attorney Mitch Brockden (Cooper), who commits a fatal hit-and-run and decides to throw the case against the accused criminal blamed for the crime, only to learn that he acquitted a guilty man that he needs to find and stop before he kills again. The new movie is directed by Peter Howitt (Laws of Attraction) and will be released on VOD and in select theaters on January 17th. Trailer: »
Reasonable Doubt has released a new trailer.
The film centres around a lawyer (Cooper) who is involved in a hit-and-run accident but never reports his involvement to the police.
When he finds himself representing a man charged with the murder of the man he hit, he finds himself torn between confessing and protecting himself.
The plot thickens when the man he is representing turns out to be more than he seems.
Reasonable Doubt will arrive on VOD and receive a limited Us release on January 17. A UK release date is yet to be announced.
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Reasonable Doubt is a serial killer thriller with a great hook. After driving home drunk, a prosecutor (Dominic Cooper) accidentally hits a man and flees the scene. However, the man is found dead the next day having been slaughtered by a suspected serial killer (Samuel L. Jackson). Cooper finds himself in a difficult situation where his investigation into the truth ould very well ruin his reputation and his life.
The idea for the film is great, but the trailer gives away far too much. There are at least 3 or 4 points that would have been wonderful twists throughout the film, and it could have been ambiguous as to whether Jackson was guilty or if it was just Cooper’s guilt trying to convince him otherwise. Hopefully the film will still manage a few twists and turns, or at least remain tense and involving. You can check out the poster and stills »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
A District Attorney's life is turned upside down after a fatal hit-and-run accident in the first trailer for Reasonable Doubt. Dominic Cooper stars as Mitch Brocken, the attorney who flees the scene after running a man over, when the authorities pin the crime on Clinton Davis (Samuel L. Jackson), who they believe is a serial killer. When Mitch realizes that the victim was really running away from Clinton, a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse ensues. Erin Karpluk and Gloria Reuben co-star in this upcoming thriller, debuting in limited release and on VOD formats January 17.
Following up on yesterday's first casting news for Duncan Jones' big screen adaptation of the Blizzard Entertainment video game juggernaut World of Warcraft, another casting update has made its way online.
THR reports that Dominic Cooper (pictured) is in final negotiations to join the fantasy opposite the previously announced Ben Foster ("Six Feet Under," Pandorum, Rampart), Travis Fimmel ("Vikings," The Experiment), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol), Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), and Rob Kazinsky ("True Blood," Pacific Rim).
Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has closed a deal with Legendary Pictures to bring a live action version of WoW to the big screen. Charles Leavitt (The Seventh Son) came on board last August to pen the script. Legendary, which picked up film rights to adapt the popular fantasy video game franchise back in 2006, said it's planning for a summer 2015 release.
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- Uncle Creepy
Noah: The trailers for Darren Aronofsky's Noah have showed off its impressive scale, and now new images provide us with closer looks at the characters and action. Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Ray Winstone and Anthony Hopkins star; the movie floods into theaters on March 28, 2014. [The Playlist] Warcraft: Ben Foster, who makes a very strong impression in this month's Lone Survivor, will star alongside Dominic Cooper in the fantasy adventure Warcraft. Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) is directing the big-screen adaptation of the popular video game; Foster and Cooper join Travis Fimmel and Paula Patton. The movie is scheduled for release on March 11, 2016. [The Wrap] The Jungle Book: Even as Disney prepares a new, family-friendly...
- Peter Martin
Duncan Jones’ “Warcraft” movie, based on the bestselling “World of Warcraft” line of games, is piling up some impressive actors for its cast. Travis Fimmel and Paula Patton were previously cast as the film’s headliners, and now they’ll be joined by Ben Foster, Toby Kebbell, and Dominic Cooper. A pretty impressive trio of additions there, folks. I would actually love to see a movie with just these three guys, but throw them into a fantasy setting with the guy behind “Moon” and “Source Code” calling the shots? Hell, “Warcraft” just went from a, “Huh, another movie based on a game, yeah, that’s gonna work!” title to a, “Huh, a movie with Duncan Jones directing and starring Foster, Kebbell, and Cooper? Damn, I gotta see this!” Your mileage, as always, will vary depending on tastes and ability to discern acting talent. And oh, Rob Kazinsky is also in this one, »
If you've ever given over days of your life to a sprawling online computer game involving trolls and orcs, then you're probably looking forward to "Moon" director Duncan Jones's "Warcraft," an adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment's "World of Warcraft" video game. While the leads haven't been locked down (although Colin Ferrell is heavily rumored), four new actors have joined the cast of the epic fantasy adventure.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ben Foster, who stars in this month's harrowing war film "Lone Survivor"; Robert Kazinsky from HBO's "True Blood"; Dominic Cooper from "Captain America" and this year's sorely underrated revenge movie "Dead Man Down"; and Toby Kebbell, who appears in next year's highly anticipated "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," have all secured roles in "Warcraft."
- Drew Taylor
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- Garth Franklin
Earlier this week , ComingSoon.net debuted the poster for the upcoming Lionsgate crime-thriller Reasonable Doubt , starring Dominic Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson. Today, the trailer has come online and can be viewed in the player below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers . Directed by Peter Howitt ( Laws of Attraction ), Reasonable Doubt follows District Attorney Mitch Brockden (Cooper), who commits a fatal hit-and-run and decides to throw the case against the accused criminal blamed for the crime, only to learn that he acquitted a guilty man that he needs to find and stop before he kills again. Reasonable Doubt opens in select cities and on VOD on January 17. »
Universal Pictures has signed Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma), Travis Fimmel ("Vikings"), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol), Toby Kebbell (The Counselor), and Rob Kazinsky (Pacific Rim) to star in the upcoming "Warcraft" movie, based on the popular video game. The new film will be directed by Duncan Jones (Moon) and is set to go into production in Vancouver in January. It's set to hit theaters on March 11th, 2016. Meanwhile, Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) is in final stages of negotiations to join the cast. »
One of the big question marks about the film has been who Jones would cast, and now the studio has announced the first round of official casting news.
Jones is directing from a script first penned by Charles Leavitt (Blood Diamond), with the director himself doing a rewrite after coming on board to helm the blockbuster, following Sam Raimi’s exit last year.
- Kenji Lloyd
The wildly popular video game World Of Warcraft (Wow), and its rich world of orcs, wizards and other fantasy staples, is finally coming to the big screen, and boasts quite the cast.
Among those donning the inevitably-intricate costumes and makeup required for the movie include: 3:10 To Yuma’s Ben Foster, Viking’s Travis Fimmel, 2 Guns’ Paula Patton, Rocknrolla’s Toby Kebbell and Pacific Rim star Rob Kazinsky.
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The script, written by Charles Leavitt with a rewrite by Moon director and David Bowie's son Duncan Jones, is set in the universe of World of Warcraft, a massive, multi-player, online role-playing game created by Blizzard Entertainment. The game, which users pay a monthly fee to play, has over 10 million subscribers and active participants worldwide »
Duncan Jones’ Warcraft adaptation looks set to make some significant moves in its casting process, with Variety reporting that a string of big names are in final discussions to join the cast. Ben Foster and Toby Kebbell are set to take two of the film’s starring roles, with Dominic Cooper also in discussions over a supporting part. Those three are set to be joined by True Blood star Rob Kazinsky, who is also expected to take one of the leading roles, while Paula Patton and Travis Fimmel have already been cast in the fantasy epic. ...
- George Wales
Legendary Pictures has announced the complete cast for Warcraft. The movie will star Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma), Travis Fimmel (Vikings), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol), Toby Kebbell (The Counselor), and Rob Kazinsky (Pacific Rim). Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) is also in the final stages of negotiations to star in Warcraft.
Charles Roven, Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni and Alex Gartner will produce. Stuart Fenegan, Jillian Share, Brent O’Connor and Blizzard’s Mike Morhaime and Paul Sams will serve as executive producers. Chris Metzen, Rob Pardo and Nick Carpenter from Blizzard will co-produce. Charles Leavitt, known for Blood Diamond and K-Pax came on board last year to take care of the screenplay. Video game veteran Chris Metzen is helping out with the story and characters. »
- Laura Frances
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