4 items from 2013
Sylvester Stallone did it with "D-Tox," John Cusack with "Identity," Val Kilmer with "Mindhunters", and now Agatha Christie's well-worn "And Then There Were None" formula is getting trotted out again.
This time it's Arnold Schwarzenegger leading the group of ten, an elite DEA task force who successfully execute a raid on a cartel safe house. It seems to be all over, until one by one the team members start dying.
USA Today has posted the first photos from the David Ayer-directed action thriller which also stars Sam Worthington, Joe Manganiello, Terrence Howard, Josh Holloway, Olivia Williams, Mireille Enos and Max Martini. The film opens April 11th.
- Garth Franklin
It seems like we have a little internet battle regarding information on Marvel's Doctor Strange film. Latino-Review has been feeding us a lot of cool information on the upcoming unannounced film project, and so has Comic Book Movie who subtly claims that their source is better than Latino-Review's source and that their information is false.
Now there's no confirmation on who is right and who is wrong when it comes to the information they are providing, it's just a couple of sites with two different sources that are feeding them different information. Both of which could be completely false, or one of them totally true.
So the latest update on the film comes from Cbm who says they received three pages of the script, so that they can help clarify the reports coming out of Latino-Review. What I think is funny is that at the end of giving their information »
- Joey Paur
Jim Gillespie is returning to the thriller scene for his first project since 2005's Venom. According to Variety, he'll next helm Take Down, a film "about a group of rich youngsters trying to defeat criminals who are to abduct them from far-flung boarding school." The director made his feature debut in the '90s with I Know What You Did Last Summer. He followed that up with D-Tox, starring Sylvestor Stallone.
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Directed by Walter Hill
Sylvester Stallone’s career has always been somewhat of a punchline. Sure, he gave us Rocky, but he also gave us Over the Top, Stop or My Mom Will Shoot, Eye See You, Daylight…well you get the idea. Limited in his range as an actor, but always trying to demonstrate otherwise, Stallone, with a career that was only becoming more of a punchline, decided the best thing to do was to relive his past. That meant bringing back his two most iconic (well his only iconic) characters (Rocky and Rambo) from the past into the new Millennium. His gamble paid off, then paid off big time with his ode to 80’s action glory.
And Stallone, just like Schwarzenegger, decided to push that nostalgia one step further with Bullet to the Head, a movie that, »
- Craig Dietz
4 items from 2013
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