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Liam Neeson Reunites with 'Non-Stop' Director for 'The Commuter'

29 January 2016 1:54 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Just a few months after Liam Neeson signed on to star in StudioCanal's The Commuter, it seems the actor is reuniting with his regular collaborator behind the camera. Deadline reports that Jaume Collet-Serra has come aboard to direct The Commuter. This will be the fourth project the actor and director have collaborated on, following Unknown, Non-Stop and last year's Run All Night.

Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi wrote the screenplay, which follows a businessman (Liam Neeson) who unwillingly gets embroiled in a criminal conspiracy during his daily commute home. This sinister plot not only endangers his life, but also the lives of several other commuters around him. We first reported on The Commuter way back in 2010, when Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind) signed on to direct, but that was the last we heard about the project.

Jaume Collet-Serra will executive produce with his Ombra Films partner Juan Sola. Andrew Rona »

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Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 12 review: Charlotte's Web

24 January 2016 11:58 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Pretty Little Liars - it's just like reuniting with your old school friends, except one of them's a murderer...

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6.12 Charlotte's Web

Killing Charlotte off in the first episode was a ballsy move for a number of reasons, not least because it removed the most obvious source of old conflict from the Liars' lives. We're five years on, and all of the girls (plus Mona) are still dealing with what happened to them as teens, but Charlotte was a relic of that past that could easily have been the driving force behind season 6b.

Killing her off removes that most physical manifestation of their trauma, but it still lingers. Instead of using her as a reminder of the A mystery, the writers chose to have her become the catalyst for a whole different collection of emotions. She's the victim, the enemy and the malevolent »

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Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 11 review: Of Late I Think Of Rosewood

14 January 2016 12:44 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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After the 5 year jump, there's a whole new Pretty Little Liars, but everything fans love is still present and correct...

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6.11 Of Late I Think Of Rosewood

Pretty Little Liars is finally back, and five years have passed in Liar time since we last visited Rosewood. Smartly avoiding the college slump that has scuppered many a teen drama in the past, it's 2017 and we're jumping straight back into the mystery.

Everything feels strangely familiar, yet nothing is the same. There's still a bucket-load of mystery, shiny hair and complicated loyalties, but there's also a departure from those things we might all have expected this episode to focus on. It's about setting up where we are now, and seems unconcerned with overtly explaining or recapping where we've been.

The girls are still friends, but the 'I saved your life, now you save mine' kind rather »

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Iconic Rock/Pop Singer Bowie Dead: His Most Notable Movies (Updated/Expanded)

11 January 2016 2:15 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

David Bowie in 'The Hunger' with Catherine Deneuve. David Bowie movies: Iconic singer memorable as fast-aging vampire in 'The Hunger,' Nikola Tesla in 'The Prestige' Singer and sometime actor David Bowie, one of the iconic figures of the English-language music scene of the second half of the 20th century, died of cancer yesterday, Jan. 10, '16. Bowie (born David Robert Jones in the London suburb of Brixton) had turned 69 on Jan. 8. His son, filmmaker Duncan Jones (Moon), has confirmed Bowie's death on Twitter. Bowie was seen in only a couple of dozen movies during his four-decade show business career. Among his most memorable film roles were those in the titles listed below. The Man Who Fell to Earth Directed by Nicolas Roeg (Walkabout, Don't Look Now) from a screenplay by Paul Mayersberg (based on a novel by Walter Tevis), The Man Who Fell to Earth »

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