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Zero Dark Thirty, 2012.
Directed by Kathryn Bigelow.
Starring Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Mark Strong, Chris Pratt, Kyle Chandler, Taylor Kinney, Mark Duplass, Frank Grillo, Stephen Dillane, Edgar Ramirez, Harold Perrineau, Jennifer Ehle, James Gandolfini, Scott Adkins and John Barrowman.
A chronicle of the decade-long hunt for al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden after the September 2001 attacks, and his death at the hands of the Navy S.E.A.L. Team 6 in May 2011.
Zero Dark Thirty opens with the sound of real 9/11 recordings, between victims and emergency services, played over a plain black background. We’re faced with echoes of the dying head-on, nowhere for us to hide. It’s harrowing, but this isn’t manipulation. The genuine screams of terror aren’t placed front and centre of Zero Dark Thirty to justify the investigation that comes after – it’s just fact, director Kathryn Bigelow is saying. This is just what happened, »
- Flickering Myth
Dorian Missick has landed a role in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced super natural, Beware The Night, which begins shooting in New York City this summer. Missick joins a cast that includes Eric Bana and Joel McHale, in a story that centers around a New York cop (Bana) who has put his faith in religion behind him, but now finds himself targeted by the devil in the form of a possessed soldier played by Sean Harris. McHale plays his partner. Missick has signed up to play a character named Gordon, who's described as a Bronx cop who attempts to solve strange crimes with mysterious surroundings. Olivia Munn also stars as Bana’s wife, while Edgar Ramirez will play a renegade »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The story centers on a group of roommates who accidentally kill an innocent man they thought was a thrill killer. McPhee will play the one that the rest of the group tries to peg as a scapegoat. [Source: Horror Movies]
Marshall-Green plays a Marine sniper who, upon his return home from Vietnam in 1973, finds himself shunned by those he loves. »
- Garth Franklin
The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced film centres around a New York cop (Bana) whose struggles with his faith are compounded when a soldier possessed by the devil (Harris) begins to pursue him.
Eric Bana plays an N.Y.P.D. officer who has lost his faith and becomes the target of a soldier (Harris), a soldier possessed by the Devil himself.
Source: THR »
- Garth Franklin
'Sinister' helmer Scott Derrickson's new horror project 'Beware the Night' has acquired another couple of cast members. The project will be produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and is an awfully long way off with it aiming for a 16 January 2015 release. Eric Bana ('Hulk'), Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn are already on board and they're now set to be joined by 'Community' star Joel McHale (below) and British actor Sean Harris ('Prometheus'). No word on the characters they'll be playing but as we said the movie is such a long way off these little details will be revealed as and when deemed necessary. »
He's usually to be found composing text messages on TV's Community, but Joel McHale is in line for a more dramatic role in supernatural thriller Beware The Night, in final talks to play the partner to Eric Bana's NYPD cop.Scott Derrickson is set to direct the film - he's most recently made Sinister but is still probably most associated with The Exorcism Of Emily Rose. He'll need those exorcist skills here, because Bana's cop is being targeted by the devil, who has possessed a soldier (Harris). McHale, sadly, won't be providing comic relief but will be playing a tough and experienced cop alongside Bana, in a cast that includes Olivia Munn as Bana's wife and Edgar Ramirez as an improbably handsome Jesuit priest, who presumably provides some sort of spiritual advice.Derrickson wrote the script with Paul Harris Boardman, and Jerry Bruckheimer's producing the whole thing. It's »
Scott Derrickson’s Sinister made waves last year as a clever horror flick with an actor from outside the genre taking the lead. The Ethan Hawke vehicle; made on a modest $3 million budget brought in $77 million worldwide. The production company behind Derrickson’s breakout film, 2005′s The Exorcism Of Emily Rose, are hoping to recapture that successful formula. Screen Gems have partnered up with the director for his next project Beware The Night. Now The Hollywood Reporter has news that Community star Joel McHale is in final talks to join the cast.
McHale will drop his comedic schtick for the flick. He’s set to play the seasoned cop partner to Eric Bana’s troubled police officer who investigates a series of crimes rooted in the supernatural. The role will mark quite the departure for McHale. His resume so far features funny guy roles; so this latest news is an inspired casting choice. »
- Gem Seddon
Community comedy star Joel McHale and intense British actor Sean Harris are both joining Sinister director Scott Derrickson’s supernatural suspense shocker Beware The Night. McHale is fast becoming a major talent following his acclaimed hit television work and will take the role as the partner to Eric Bana’s demon-hunting detective. Harris, known to most for his role of hot-headed scientist Fifield in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, will play the devil in the human form as a possessed solider.
Beware The Night centres on a top New York cop (Bana), who teams up with a renegade priest (being played by Edgar Ramirez), to battle Lucifer’s dark paranormal forces gripping the city, unleashing a number of evil spirits and creatures. Olivia Munn will also co-star in the action/horror being produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and slated for cinemas 16th January 2015.
- Craig Hunter
• Fresh off the news that Tom Cruise exited the long-gestating production of Man From U.N.C.L.E., it looks like Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) may take on the now-vacated starring role. The Guy Ritchie-directed Warner Bros. adaptation of the 1960s television show currently stars Armie Hammer (The Social Network) and Alicia Vikander (Anna Karenina). Besides his potentially career-changing turn in Man of Steel, Cavill is also attached to the still-delayed production of The Great Wall. [Variety]
- Lindsey Bahr
A release date of January 16, 2015, has been granted to the next film from director Scott Derrickson, entitled Beware the Night, but we have some more casting news for you right now. We are good like that!
THR reports that "Community" star Joel McHale (pictured) is in final negotiations to join Eric Bana in Beware the Night, Screen Gems’ Jerry Bruckheimer-produced supernatural thriller. Sean Harris, who appeared in Prometheus and is a regular on "The Borgias," is also joining the cast. They join the previously announced Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn.
In the flick Bana plays an Irish Catholic cop working a case when he meets a renegade priest (Ramirez). Despite the cop’s beliefs, he’s convinced by the priest that there is a demonic element, and together they work to solve the case and combat the paranormal forces working against them. Munn plays the cop’s wife, who »
- Uncle Creepy
The story centers on a New York City cop (Eric Bana) who has put all his belief in religion and faith behind him. The police officer must team up with a renegade priest (Édgar Ramírez) when he becomes targeted by a soldier (Sean Harris) of the devil himself. Joel McHale will play Eric Bana's NYPD partner, a gritty and experienced cop. Olivia Munn also stars as the wife of Eric Bana's character.
Scott Derrickson is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with Paul Harris Boardman (The Exorcism of Emily Rose). Jerry Bruckheimer is producing with Mike Stenson and Chad Oman serving as executive producers. Shooting is currently under way in New York City.
Joel McHale has been added to the burgeoning ensemble for Scott Derrickson’s paranormal thriller Beware The Night. McHale, of The Soup and Community fame, will play lead Eric Bana’s partner, “an experienced and tough cop.”
Sean Harris (Prometheus, The Borgias) joins McHale in the cast, which also includes the aforementioned Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn. The movie “centers around a New York street cop (Bana) who has put his faith in religion behind him but now finds himself targeted by the Devil in the form of possessed soldier (Harris).” »
- Andy Greene
Here's today's latest casting news: Comedian T.J. Miller (She's Out of My League) is set to join Michael Bay's Transformers 4 as a pal of star Mark Wahlberg's character. Joel McHale (Community) will take a dramatic turn in the supernatural thriller Beware the Night, starring Eric Bana and directed by Scott Derrickson. Danny Huston (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) is in talks to join Tim Burton's Big Eyes, the comedic drama based on the relationship between Walter and Margaret Keane. Katharine McPhee (Smash) is set to star in the Paul Tamasy-directed thriller Depravity, scripted by Dennis Lehane. Hit the jump for more on each casting announcement. First up from The Wrap is news that Miller will join Transformers 4 as "a blue-collar mechanic who is a longtime friend of Wahlberg's character." From screenwriter Ehren Kruger (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Transformers 4 also stars Nicola Peltz (Bates Motel »
- Dave Trumbore
The Emmy- and Grammy award-winning Blades, who will portray Duran’s manager Carlos Eleta, had put his music career on hold for five years to fill the post of Panama’s tourism minister, but returned to entertainment in 2009; most recently, he was in 2012′s “Safe House” with Denzel Washington and is in the upcoming Ridley Scott pic “The Counselor.”
Ramirez plays Duran, who rose from the slums of Panama to become a world-class boxer.
De Niro plays Ray Arcel, the first boxing trainer to be elected to the boxing hall of fame.
Jay Weisleder and Jakubowicz of La Piedra Films are producing “Hands of Stone.” Claudine Jakubowicz, Carlos Garcia de Paredes and Ben Silverman serve as executive producers. Helmer-scribe Jakubowicz is best known for “Secuestro Express, »
- Anna Marie de la Fuente
Panama City, Panama — Panama's most famous performer is joining the cast of a movie about its most famous boxer.
The film focuses on the life of Roberto Duran.
The Harvard-educated Blades is one of the biggest stars in Latin music and also has served as Panama's tourism minister. In the film, he will play boxing promoter Carlos Eleta.
In Tuesday's news release, Blades refers to Duran as a friend and as "one of the most illustrious Panamanians we have." »
"Community" star Joel McHale has joined the cast of the Scott Derrickson paranormal thriller Beware the Night , says a story at The Hollywood Reporter . He'll play a veteran police officer opposite Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn. Derrickson will direct the picture from a screenplay he and Paul Harris Boardman adapted. Production is now underway in the Bronx with Jerry Bruckheimer producing. Beware the Night again teams Derrickson and Boardman with Screen Gems where their first film, 2005.s hit The Exorcism of Emily Rose , was made and distributed. The film reunites Bruckheimer with Bana, who starred in the producer.s Academy Award-winning Black Hawk Dawn , directed by Ridley Scott. The film follows a New York cop who meets a renegade priest when he is »
Gritty biopic of the Venezuelan-born Marxist revolutionary Ilich Ramírez Sánchez aka Carlos The Jackal (Édgar Ramírez), who quit university in Moscow to head straight to Beirut to join the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Over the following years he would become a notorious terrorist bogeyman to the West, operating in London, Paris, Berlin, Damascus and Vienna, where he memorably stormed an Opec meeting. France's Olivier Assayas directs this assured TV-series-turned-movie. »
Michelle Williams brought her understated glamor to the 2013 Met Gala in NYC last night. She wore a Saint Laurent design as she made her way up the red carpet and into the Metropolitan Museum of Art to launch the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit. While Michelle isn't known for her punk rock aesthetic, she does find a way to mix her Brooklyn hipster sensibility with traditional Hollywood elegance. She is also no stranger to fashion's biggest night, having attended the 2011 Met Gala in a black Miu Miu frock. Once the festivities inside the museum wrapped up, Michelle headed to an afterparty, but first snapped iPhone pictures with friend Kim Gordon and Edgar Ramirez. Edgar, star of the miniseries Carlos and Zero Dark Thirty, chatted with us at the party - check out Edgar Ramirez's Met Gala interview. Michelle retired to the afterparty at the Top of the Standard, and »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez is known for his role in the miniseries Carlos, which won the 2011 Golden Globe Award for best miniseries or television film, and for playing opposite Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty. Last night, though, was all about going black-tie to celebrate the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new Costume Institute exhibit Punk: Chaos to Couture. We caught a moment with Edgar on the red carpet, where he shared his thoughts on the theme, his own edgiest fashion moment, and what it was like to return to the Met Gala. Edgar will soon be back to work making Hands of Stone opposite Robert De Niro. »
- Allie Merriam
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