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Watch: Gerard Butler and 50 Cent Get Quizzed and Schooled on Their Spanish-Language Skills

Watch: Gerard Butler and 50 Cent Get Quizzed and Schooled on Their Spanish-Language Skills
50 Cent (née Curtis Jackson) and Gerard Butler are the stars of new action thriller Den of Thieves. The movie exposes Los Angeles’s criminal underbelly pitting two opposing forces against one another — that of an exclusive team of law enforcement officials within the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department and that of a clever gang of outlaws who’ve masterly robbed innumerable banks. Unlike your typical “cops and robbers” drama, the lines separating the good guys from the bad guys is blurred, as the bandits try to execute — and the cops try to thwart — an impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank
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'Den of Thieves': Film Review

Testosterone drips off Christian Gudegast's cops-and-robbers thriller that has all the phony authenticity of its Atlanta locations pretending to be Los Angeles. Co-stars Gerard Butler and Pablo Schreiber, playing alpha dogs on opposite sides of the law, seem to be competing for which of them can be the most bulked-up, macho badass onscreen. The loser is the audience for Den of Thieves, an over-the-top crime saga mainly indicating that its writer-director has seen Michael Mann's Heat too many times.

There could well be a run on Southern California banks as a result of the onscreen graphics informing us that a...
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Ja Rule Claps Back in 50 Cent Feud: "I Own Your Soul"

Ja Rule Claps Back in 50 Cent Feud:
Ja Rule went on a Twitter rant on Friday after 50 Cent reignited their longtime feud. It all started when 50 Cent sat down for an interview on Real 92.3 L.A.'s Big Boy Neighborhood with O'Shea Jackson Jr. and Pablo Schreiber. Jackson Jr. was the one who brought up the topic of Ja Rule. "I told 50 when I met him, 'I like Ja Rule.'" I  was a fan. I digged it. I was into it," he said, causing 50 Cent to laugh. "[50 Cent] came out, threw that CD right out my grandma's car."  The host then asked 50 Cent if he's seen Ja Rule recently and if they've had any "on-sight type stuff." "I done put him to bed," 50 Cent said at one...
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‘Den of Thieves’ Review: This Bank Heist Thriller Underuses O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Overplays Its Hand

‘Den of Thieves’ Review: This Bank Heist Thriller Underuses O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Overplays Its Hand
Los Angeles may be the “bank-robbery capital of the world,” as stated in the opening of “Den of Thieves,” but this aggressive action flick commits something closer to robbery of the senses. Offering cheap thrills at a high price, “Den of Thieves” pits two sketchily drawn caricatures of early-aughts machismo against each other in a pissing contest that ends with both of them holding their…guns in their hands. Save for a few clever twists and winning performances from O’Shea Jackson Jr. and 50 Cent (née Curtis Jackson), “Den of Thieves” is the kind of bloated crime thriller that could have been made in any decade — which is not to call it timeless so much as way past its time.

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Appearing grizzled almost beyond recognition, Gerard Butler plays hardened antihero “Big Nick” Flanagan.
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Second Opinion – Den of Thieves (2018)

Den of Thieves, 2018.

Directed by Christian Gudegast.

Starring Gerard Butler, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Pablo Schreiber, Evan Jones, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Dawn Olivieri, Brian Van Holt, Jordan Bridges, Eric Braeden, Maurice Compte, Sonya Balmores, Cooper Andrews, Meadow Williams, Kaiwi Lyman, Jay Dobyns, Nick Loeb, Mo McRae, and Jermaine Rivers.

Synopsis:

A gritty crime saga which follows the 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.

If there’s one thing Den of Thieves is good for, it’s reassuring audiences that writer/director Christian Gudegast has *definitely* seen Michael Mann’s Heat. No question. Gudegast undoubtedly flipped Heat on one night while writing this rugged thug cons versus thug cops standoff, which lead to connective ties in multiple scene by scene comparisons. Inspiration,
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‘Den of Thieves’ Makes Off With $950,000 at Thursday Previews

  • The Wrap
Stx’s Los Angeles heist film “Den of Thieves” broke into theaters on Thursday night and made off with $950,000 at Thursday previews. The film is expected to make around $8-9 million from 2,432 screens in its opening weekend. “Den of Thieves” follows the interconnected stories of an elite L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. team and a band of highly trained thieves as they plan a dangerous heist on L.A.’s Federal Reserve building. Gerard Butler, 50 Cent, Pablo Schreiber and O’Shea Jackson Jr. star in the film, with Christian Gudegast helming the film in his directorial debut. Also Read: Can Chris Hemsworth's '12 Strong'...
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50 Cent on the Enduring Power of ‘In Da Club’ 15 Years Later: ‘Every Day Is Someone’s Birthday’

50 Cent on the Enduring Power of ‘In Da Club’ 15 Years Later: ‘Every Day Is Someone’s Birthday’
Since its release in 2003, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s “In Da Club” has gone on to rival “Happy Birthday to You” as the most popular song to celebrate another lap around the sun. While speaking to People about his new film, heist-thriller Den of Thieves co-starring Gerard Butler and Pablo Schreiber, the multi-talented artist and entrepreneur reflected on the 15th anniversary of his career-launching smash.

“Simplicity is a big key to hit music,” Jackson says of its staying power. “Don’t overthink things, just organically see what you feel when the production comes in. Like, ‘Go shorty, it’s your birthday.
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Den Of Thieves – Review

Right now at the multiplex playground a spirited game of “cops and robbers” is just beginning, probably right next to that game of “war on horseback” we previously discussed. Yes, this is a crime thriller, but as the game’s title indicates , both teams on opposite sides of the law pretty much gets equal screen time. The best of this film genre often puts the audience in a moral conflict. Like many crime flicks that involve an intricately plotted caper (or when the main crew has to do “one last job” as in the recent Baby Driver). we follow all the planning stages, so we can’t help ourselves from wanting to see if thing really goes off “without a hitch” (of course, unforseen complications always arise). But then these are criminals, so we are compelled to root for “the 5-0” to get wind off their activities and thwart the heist and getaway.
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Weekend Box Office: 'Den of Thieves' Nabs $950K in Thursday Previews

Weekend Box Office: 'Den of Thieves' Nabs $950K in Thursday Previews
Den of Thieves nabbed $950,000 in Thursday preview screenings.

STXfilms' R-rated heist movie stars Gerard Butler as a cop who's pitted against a crew looking to rob the Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Los Angeles. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Pablo Schreiber and O'Shea Jackson Jr. are also among the cast of the thriller, which marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Christian Gudegast. It screens in 2,432 theaters, and could pull in $7 million-$8 million.

12 Strong earned $900,000 in preview screenings on Thursday night. The Warner Bros. release follows a Special Forces team into battle in Afghanistan in the wake of 9/11. Chris...
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O’Shea Jackson, Jr. & Pablo Schreiber Interview: Den of Thieves

<p><iframe width="620" height="349" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/55gbgacHI_E?feature=oembed" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p>Pablo Schreiber is most known for his dramatic work on screen and stage. He’s most known for his portrayal of Nick Sobotka on The Wire, George “Pornstache” Mendez on <em>Orange is the New Black</em>, and – most recently – Mad Sweeney in <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/american-gods/"><em>American Gods</em></a>. O’Shea Jackson Jr. is still a relative unknown to the acting scene, but he made his feature film debut in a big way. He played his father, rapper Ice Cube, in the biopic <em>Straight Outta Compton</em>. O’Shea went to go play Aubrey Plaza’s love interest in <em>Ingrid Goes West</em>, receiving much in positive criticism for his role. Both actors will appear together in the upcoming action film, <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/den-of-thieves/"><strong><em>Den of Thieves</em></strong></a>, which was released on January 19, 2018.</p>
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Review: Den of Thieves

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Plot: A hard-edged L.A cop(Gerard Butler) becomes hell-bent on taking down an elite crew of bank-robbers, led by the elusive Merrimen (Pablo Schreiber), a former special ops soldier-turned-criminal. All the while, the group.s young getaway driver (O.Shea Jackson Jr.) finds himself in way over his head when the crew opts to take down the Federal Reserve. Review: Clearly, writer-director Christian Gudegast has... Read More...
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Movie Review – Den of Thieves (2018)

Den of Thieves, 2018.

Directed by Christian Gudecast.

Starring Gerard Butler, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Pablo Schreiber, Evan Jones, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Dawn Olivieri, Brian Van Holt, Jordan Bridges, Eric Braeden, Maurice Compte, Sonya Balmores, Cooper Andrews, Meadow Williams, Kaiwi Lyman, Jay Dobyns, Nick Loeb, Mo McRae, and Jermaine Rivers.

Synopsis:

A gritty crime saga which follows the 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.

Believe it or not, I’m always up for a cheesy action romp headlined by Gerard Butler, as he knows his wheelhouse and the extent of his capabilities as an actor. It has gotten to a point where he elevates mostly terrible concepts into dumb fun. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Den of Thieves (the directorial debut from Christian Gudecast,
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‘Den of Thieves’ Film Review: Heist Caper Steals from ‘Heat,’ Pulls Off the Job

With its loose-cannon cops, ice-cold crooks and urban Los Angeles sprawl, “Den of Thieves” wants to be “Heat” very, very badly — and it comes a lot closer than you expect. Director Christian Gudegast lacks the operatic, mid-’90s freedom than Michael Mann had, not to mention Mann’s peerless technique and moral complexity, but for a movie so conspicuously wearing its chief influence on its sleeve, the first-timer employs an appealing, restless energy that gives his homage its own life on screen. Meanwhile, Pablo Schreiber and O’Shea Jackson Jr. quietly command the screen opposite a suitably bloated, snarling Gerard Butler in...
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Den of Thieves Movie Review

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Den of Thieves Movie Review
Title: ‘Den of Thieves’ Director: Christian Gudegast Starring: Gerard Butler, 50 Cent, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Pablo Schreiber The most enticing and engaging stories are those that are reflective of the conflicts and emotions modern world. Movies further offer an enticing experience for their audiences when their characters are complex, the lines between good and […]

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Film Review: ‘Den of Thieves’

Film Review: ‘Den of Thieves’
Ambition isn’t a bad quality to see in a January movie. The simplest thing to call “Den of Thieves” would be a heist thriller, but it’s a relatively elaborate one, an underworld action drama that sprawls and digresses and for a while, at least, appears to have something on its mind. The movie is set in Los Angeles, which it presents as the bank-robbery capital of the Western world, and the director, Christian Gudegast, shoots the city’s endless freeway maze with a synth-pop moodiness that’s flagrantly evocative of Michael Mann.

As it turns out, the existential drive-by atmosphere of “Den of Thieves” isn’t even the most Mann-ish thing about it. The film coasts along on parallel narrative tracks, zeroing in on a team of renegade cops, led by Gerard Butler as a sensitive bruiser, as well as a crew of robbers who are planning to break into the L.A. branch
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Daniel Radcliffe takes to the skies as a drug runner in trailer for Beast of Burden

Author: Zehra Phelan

From child wizard to drug runner, Daniel Radcliffe certainly has had a number of different roles in his career so far to try and shake off his Harry Potter persona. In his latest attempt, Beast of Burden, he plays a drug running pilot. Watch the trailer below.

Is it just us? judging by the trailer in which his supposedly last drop goes terribly wrong, he seems to be morphing into Justin Timberlake.

Directed by Jesper Ganslandt (The Ape) from a script by Adam Hoelzel, the film stars Pablo Schreiber (American Gods), and Grace Gummer (Mr. Robot) alongside Radcliffe.

The film will be in select Us cinemas, on VOD and Digital HD February 23, 2018.

Beast of Burden Official Synopsis

Pilot Sean Haggerty (Daniel Radcliffe) must deliver cocaine across the Us-Mexico border for his final run as a drug smuggler. Alone in a small plane, he is faced with the
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Popular actor talks about his 13 hours weapon training that helped for this biggie!

Den Of Thieves, directed by Christian Gudegast starring Gerard Butler, Curtis Jackson, Pablo Schreiber is all set for a February 2 release. Its' pan Indian release is being carried out by PVR Pictures.

The latest is that Den of Thieves required actors to know weapon fighting, for which Pablo has had it easy since he had a lot of weapon training for his previous film 13 hours. Talking to the media about this he has reportedly said, “I had done a movie called 13 Hours with Michael Bay, so I came in with a little bit of...

Trailer and posters for crime thriller Beast of Burden starring Daniel Radcliffe

Ahead of its release next month, Momentum Pictures has released a new trailer and two posters for the upcoming crime thriller Beast of Burden. Directed by Jesper Ganslandt, the film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Grace Gummer, and Pablo Schreiber; check them out below…

“Pilot Sean Haggerty (Daniel Radcliffe) must deliver cocaine across the Us-Mexico border for his final run as a drug smuggler. Alone in a small plane, he is faced with the burden of choosing between his allegiance to the Cartel, his deal with the Drug Enforcement Administration and saving his increasingly tense relationship with his wife, eagerly awaiting his return.”

Beast of Burden is set for release on February 23rd.

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Daniel Radcliffe Stars In ‘Beast Of Burden’: Here’s The Trailer

The trailer for the upcoming Beast Of Burden, which sees Daniel Radcliffe continue on his run of darker roles (in comparison to his Harry Potter days) as a drug mule. The film hits U.S. cinemas and on-demand services in February.

Radcliffe plays pilot Sean Haggerty, who must deliver cocaine across the Us-Mexico border for his final run as a smuggler to save his wife. Amongst the cast are Grace Gummer and Pablo Schreiber.

Here’s the full synopsis:

Sean Haggerty only has an hour to deliver his illegal cargo. An hour to reassure a drug cartel, a hitman, and the DEA that nothing is wrong. An hour to make sure his wife survives. And he must do it all from the cockpit of his Cessna.

The film is directed by Swedish helmer Jesper Ganslandt, the screenplay written by Adam Hoelzel.

Beast Of Burden will arrive on February 23rd 2018 Stateside.
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Daniel Radcliffe Plays a Drug Trafficking Pilot in First Trailer For Beast Of Burden

Daniel Radcliffe has a new movie coming out called Beast of Burden from Swedish director Jesper Ganslandt. Radcliffe plays a pilot who is forced to deliver an illegal cargo of cocaine across the Us-Mexico border for his final run as a smuggler to save his wife. This looks like a solidly intense and unique thriller worth checking out. Radcliffe also tends to make movies that tell interesting stories.

The movie stars Grace GummerPablo Schreiber and Renée Willett and this is the synopsis that was released:

Sean Haggerty (Radcliffe) only has an hour to deliver his illegal cargo. An hour to reassure a drug cartel, a hitman, and the DEA that nothing is wrong. An hour to make sure his wife survives. And he must do it all from the cockpit of his Cessna.

The movie will be released sometime in 2018. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think.
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