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Antonio Banderas stars in The 33, a movie based on the real-life event which took place in Chile when a gold and copper mine collapsed and trapped 33 miners underground for 69 days. We're getting a first look at the film that boasts a star-studded cast that includes Rodrigo Santoro, Kate del Castillo, Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne, Jacob Vargas, Lou Diamond Phillips, James Brolin, Oscar Nuñez ("The Office"), Adriana Barraza and Cote de Pablo ("NCIS").
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Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for the unforgettable true story of The 33.
In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Chile, where 33 miners had been buried alive by the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a 100-year-old gold and copper mine.
Over the next 69 days, an international team worked night and day in a desperate attempt to rescue the trapped men as their families and friends, as well as millions of people globally, waited and watched anxiously for any sign of hope. But 200 stories beneath the surface, in the suffocating heat and with tensions rising, provisions—and time—were quickly running out.
A story of resilience, personal transformation and triumph of the human spirit, the film takes us to the Earth’s darkest depths, revealing the psyches of the men trapped in the mine, and depicting the courage of both the miners and their families who refused to give up. »
- Melissa Thompson
"That's not a rock, that's the heart of the mountain - she finally broke..." Warner Bros has debuted the full trailer for the Chilean mining catastrophe movie The 33, directed by Patricia Riggen, starring an ensemble international cast: Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, James Brolin, and Lou Diamond Phillips, with Bob Gunton and Gabriel Byrne. The cast also includes Mario Casas, Jacob Vargas, Juan Pablo Raba, Oscar Nuñez, Tenoch Huerta, Marco Treviño, Adriana Barraza, Kate Del Castillo, Cote de Pablo, Elizabeth De Razzo, Naomi Scott, Gustavo Angarita, and Alejandro Goic. This is one of those uplifting, inspirational movies of hope and perseverance. It's Hollywood-ized, but it still looks pretty good. Here's the first official trailer for Patricia Riggen's The 33, direct from Warner Bros' YouTube: In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Chile, where 33 miners had been buried alive by the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a 100-year-old gold and copper mine. »
- Alex Billington
Antonio Banderas stars in the movie based on the true story of the 2010 Chilean mine disaster.
“You’re my brother; we’re going to pull together to get out of here,” Banderas’ character Mario Sepúlveda says in the trailer, released Wednesday by Warner Bros. Pictures and Alcon Entertainment. “I believe we’ll make it out of here because I choose to believe it.”
Patricia Riggen directed the film, and Mikko Alanne and José Rivera wrote the screenplay based on Hector Tobar’s book “Deep Down Dark.” The movie also stars Rodrigo Santoro, Cote de Pablo, Juliette Binoche and Lou Diamond Phillips.
“The 33” opens in theaters on November 13.
- Maane Khatchatourian
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the trailer for "The 33," Patricia Riggan's upcoming film about the famed San Jose mine cave-in five years ago which left 33 miners trapped 2,300 feet below ground in Chile. The government scrambled to rescue them as the whole world watched, the group ultimately spending a record 69 days underground.
Antonio Banderas, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne, James Brolin, Mario Casas, Adriana Barazza, Kate del Castillo, Cote de Pablo, and Bob Gunton star in the film which opens November 13th.
- Garth Franklin
Antonio Banderas stars in The 33, a movie based on the real-life event which took place in Chile when a gold and copper mine collapsed and trapped 33 miners underground for 69 days. We're getting a first look at the film that boasts a star-studded cast that includes Rodrigo Santoro, Kate de Castillo, Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne, Jacob Vargas, Lou Diamond Phillips, James Brolin, Oscar Nuñez ("The Office"), Adriana Barraza and Cote de Pablo ("NCIS").
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The forthcoming movie dramatises the true-life events surrounding 33 miners becoming trapped in a San José mine in 2010.
Banderas portrays the public face of the trapped miners' 'Super Mario' Sepúlveda, who recorded video logs throughout the siege.
The 33 will be released in the Us later this year. A UK release is yet to be set.
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ABC’s The Middle (with 7.6 million total viewers and a 1.7 rating) and The Goldbergs (7.2 mil/1.9) this Wednesday each ticked up in audience but slipped two tenths in the demo.
Modern Family (9.3 mil/2.9) was flat in the demo, while black-ish (7.4 mil/2.4) popped 16 and 14 percent. Nashville (5.1 mil/1.3) dipped a tenth, tying its season low.
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The 33 Trailer. Patricia Riggen‘s The 33 (2015) movie trailer stars Cote de Pablo, Rodrigo Santoro, Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, and James Brolin. The 33‘s plot synopsis: “Based on the real-life event, when a gold and copper mine collapses, it traps 33 miners underground for 69 days.” The 33 also stars [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
All episodes of “The Dovekeepers” were made available prior to broadcast.
Throwing its shawl into the Biblical recreation ring, CBS’s two-night miniseries The Dovekeepers looks to take the dry bedrock of history and chisel it into well-sculpted TV drama. It’s not the only recent attempt. With the help of reality show guru Mark Burnett and executive producer Roma Downey, History Channel’s good book adaptation The Bible received great ratings back in 2013. When the network tried to recapture that magic earlier this year with Sons of Liberty, a hunked up “interpretation” of the revolutionary war, the payoff was nowhere near as divine.
CBS is looking to court Bible fans and ratings with The Dovekeepers, an antiquity story shepherded to the network by Burnett and Downey. Based on Alice Hoffman’s historical fiction of the same name, The Dovekeepers has everything you’ve come to expect from the hormonal »
- Sam Woolf
It wasn't all that long ago -- just back in 2010 -- when the world became enraptured by the plight of 33 Chilean miners who became trapped in a 121-year-old San José copper-gold mine for 69 days. After its conclusion, the story seemed naturally made for film. There were many heroes involved in keeping the miners alive and in the rescue, leading to an almost unbelievably triumphant happy ending to what began as pure horror. The 33, directed by Mexican filmmaker Patricia Riggen (Under the Same Moon) and written by Mikko Alanne (5 Days of War) and Jose Rivera (The Motorcycle Diaries), details the events of the mine collapse, the plight and survival of the 33 men who were trapped 2,300 feet underground and 3 miles from the mine's only entrance, and the government's role in stepping in to devise a plan to free them. James Horner also created the sweeping score. From the trailer, the film »
- Allison Keene
The Collider Weekly TV Guide is a rundown of notable episodes, premieres, returns, finales, and opportunities to catch up on great shows (or cast an eye to the occasional TV train wreck). Here are the picks for the week beginning Monday, March 30th: Monday, 3/30: Better Call Saul, "Pimento" (AMC, 10 p.m.) -- The penultimate episode of Season One will answer (maybe) whether or not Chuck (Michael McKean) is cured, and also what the status is of the class action lawsuit he and Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) levied against Sandpiper Crossing. Further, Mike's (Jonathan Banks) ability to finish a job is called into question … but don't they know he doesn't do half measures? Tuesday, 3/31: [caption id="attachment_136915" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via TBS[/caption] Cougar Town Series Finale, "Mary Jane's Last Dance" (TBS, 10:30 p.m.) -- The sixth season finale (and the third on the show's second home of TBS) will also be the »
- Allison Keene
Designed to play as a moving adaptation of Alice Hoffman’s bestseller, “The Dovekeepers” is more of a wounded duck. Similar in tone to Lifetime’s “The Red Tent” by entering into such a story from a female perspective, the entire first half of this two-part miniseries essentially feels like an extended preamble to night two, which closes on a sobering note but proves dramatically flaccid until then. Producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey have made a splashy migration into scripted epics with “The Bible” and NBC’s sequel “A.D.,” but anyone who can endure this with their wits is a true survivor.
Granted, it’s been a generation since the 1981 miniseries “Masada,” but assuming it’s available somewhere, going back and watching that splendid pairing of Peter O’Toole and Peter Strauss is an infinitely preferable prospect.
As is, “Dovekeepers” should be most notable to fans of “NCIS »
- Brian Lowry
Debuting just before Passover starts this year, The Dovekeepers is not the only story of faith from the First Century A.D. to show up on network television in the next week or so, and it certainly isn't the best. As the video review above says, this epic two-night tale of the siege of Masada – starring Cote De Pablo – by Rome’s bloodthirsty legions proves that big is not always better on the small screen. Based on the best-selling Alice Hoffman novel of the same name and… »
The Dovekeepers — the newest TV event from Roma Downey and Mark Burnett under their LightWorkers Media banner — is based on a bloody chapter of human history. But, says Downey, the tale’s true foundation is love and the resilience of the human spirit. “We’re most interested in telling stories that find light in the darkness,” she explained at a recent press event. “Dovekeepers is really a love story … a love story in the face of this incredible tragedy.” Inspired by Alice Hoffman’s heralded 2011 bestseller, The Dovekeepers tells the intertwined tales of mistreated beauty Yael (Rachel Brosnahan), mystical Shirah (Cote … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
There's a one-of-a-kind TV event coming to CBS, and you won't want to miss it.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey (The Bible) are once again combining their brilliance as executive producers of the new four-hour limited series The Dovekeepers – and only ETonline has your exclusive behind-the-scenes first look.
In our sneak peek video above, Burnett and Downey are on location in Malta and they reveal how they were able to devise the look and feel of the first-century Seige of Masada, along with the goals, research, challenges that came along with creating The Dovekeepers.
Based on Alice Hoffman’s bestselling historical novel, The Dovekeepers centers on a group of extraordinary women whose lives intersect in a fight for survival at the siege of Masada. The project stars Cote de Pablo (NCIS), Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards) and Kathryn Prescott (Finding Carter) in the title dovekeeper roles.
It doesn’t require a “spoiler alert” warning to say that almost nothing happens on this week’s installment of The Good Wife.
And yet, if the seeds randomly scattered over the course of the hour take root, it could be the start of everything that’s to come in the complicated, mixed-up, ethically murky life of Alicia Florrick — political candidate, power spouse, occasional trial attorney and most certainly a woman in denial about her mourning over the tragic death of her lover Will Gardner.
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The Alicia-Kalinda reunion that Good Wife fans have been clamoring for may be nigh.
Reminded of the fact that Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi haven’t shared a scene together in more than two seasons, series cocreator Robert King told TVLine Saturday at PaleyFest that the decision to keep the two characters apart “is very much intentional to raise expectations,” adding that viewers should, “stay tuned.”
But with Panjabi set to exit at season’s end, time is running out. For his part, King agreed that the »
Supergirl stars Benoist as Kara Danvers née Zor-El, who since arriving on Earth years ago in the wake of planet Krypton’s destruction has been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin (Kal-El aka Superman). At age 24, Kara decides to embrace her super abilities and become the hero she was destined to be.
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Jada Pinkett Smith is cutting bait.
The actress is leaving Gotham and her role as Falcone crime family lieutenant Fish Mooney at the end of the season.
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“We’re done, I did my year and I had a good time,” she tells Extra, adding that Fish will go out with a bang. “The show is gonna [have] an awesome finale.”
Smith’s character loomed large during the first half of Gotham’s freshman run. But as of late, ever since running afoul of the Don, »
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