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New Release: Cop Land Collector’s Series Blu-ray

31 October 2011 1:21 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Release Date: Nov. 1, 2011

Price: Blu-ray $14.99

Studio: Lionsgate

The 1997 crime film Cop Land features perhaps Sylvester Stallone’s (The Expendables) best performance.

Written and directed by James Mangold (Knight and Day), the drama movie stars Stallone as Freddy Heflin, the sheriff of a New Jersey suburb that’s home to a crop of New York City policemen. Injured in an accident years earlier, Freddy looks up to the NYPD cops, something he has always aspired to be, but when he sees a young cop (Michael Rapaport, The 6th Day) who’s supposedly dead alive and kicking, he begins to realize that the cops living in his town might not be so perfect. When Internal Affairs (Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver) asks for Freddy’s help, he’s torn between turning against the cops he admires and being the kind of policeman he has always tried to be.

Released in 1997, Cop Land has a great cast. »

- Sam

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Day 6: Teesri Manzil was screened as a tribute to Shammi Kapoor

19 October 2011 3:39 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Click above for more event stills With the 13th Mumbai Film Festival nearing its end and another three days to go, the excitement continues to be roaring. Melancholia, The Yellow Sea Histórias Que Só Existem Quando São Lembradas, Abu, Son Of Adam, Teesri Manzil and were without doubt the popular movies for the day. Dimensions Mumbai section jury for which Kiran Rao, Renuka Shahane, Vikramaditya Motwane, Onir and Nishikant Kamat were present. Encouraging the young talents and new generation of filmmakers, Kiran Rao said, "It's a great step forward to encourage young filmmakers. This is my first experience as a jury member and I must say it has been great." She further suggested, "We should try and screen these short films before a regular movie screening in theatres. This would give a great platform to budding filmmakers." Kamat added, "Each film had a compelling storyline that portrayed Mumbai and its attractions really well, »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Day 6: Teesri Manzil was screened as a tribute to Shammi Kapoor

19 October 2011 3:39 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Click above for more event stills With the 13th Mumbai Film Festival nearing its end and another three days to go, the excitement continues to be roaring. Melancholia, The Yellow Sea Histórias Que Só Existem Quando São Lembradas, Abu, Son Of Adam, Teesri Manzil and were without doubt the popular movies for the day. Dimensions Mumbai section jury for which Kiran Rao, Renuka Shahane, Vikramaditya Motwane, Onir and Nishikant Kamat were present. Encouraging the young talents and new generation of filmmakers, Kiran Rao said, "It's a great step forward to encourage young filmmakers. This is my first experience as a jury member and I must say it has been great." She further suggested, "We should try and screen these short films before a regular movie screening in theatres. This would give a great platform to budding filmmakers." Kamat added, "Each film had a compelling storyline that portrayed Mumbai and its attractions really well, »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Acting Return ‘The Last Stand’ Starts Production As Cast Comes Together

17 October 2011 2:52 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

 

Upon his return to the acting scene, Arnold Schwarzenegger has drawn an interesting group of performers to his comeback project, Kim Ji-woon‘s The Last Stand. The film, Ji-woon’s English language debut (he gave us the highly-regarded I Saw the Devil), concerns “a cop in a border town as he tries to prevent a Mexican drug cartel leader from escaping to his home country.”

The film, which began shooting today (October 17th, 2011), also stars up-and-comer Friday Night Lights star Zach Gilford, Jaimie Alexander (the attractive goddess in Thor that Thor probably should’ve gotten it on with), Rodrigo Santoro (Xerxes from 300), as well as reliable character vets Luis Guzman, Forest Whitaker, Johnny Knoxville and Harry Dean Stanton.

The one question few people have not stopped to ask is: is Arnie still bankable? Few stars are anymore, especially those as old as he. And while Sylvester Stallone can still crowd a theater, »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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Eduardo Noriega Is Villain in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Last Stand

13 October 2011 4:15 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger has had to face some menacing villains in his time. Who can forget the unstoppable and unrelenting Robert Patrick in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, the ultimate all seeing evil Gabriel Byrne as The Devil in End of Days, the madness of the Christmas Day shopping spree in Jingle All The Way, or even a clone of himself in The Sixth Day?

So with that being said, Spanish actor Eduardo Noriega sure has some big shoes to fill as the baddie in Last Stand, the upcoming action movie that marks The Governator’s big comeback to acting, his first leading role since Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines that was released eight years ago. Variety confirmed the casting yesterday.

Last Stand is the English language, Hollywood debut of I Saw The Devil’s South Korean helmer director Kim Ji-woon and will follow Arnie as a disgraced Lapd cop who »

- Matt Holmes

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Conrad Murray Trial - Dr. Murray's Girlfriends Tesitify

4 October 2011 5:32 PM, PDT | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

Dr. Conrad Murray ordered 100 vials of the powerful anaesthetic that killed Michael Jackson within just one month, a court has heard. Jackson's personal physician is currently on trial for involuntary manslaughter, accused of administering the fatal dose of Propofol which cost the King of Pop his life on 25 June, 2009. The sixth day of the trial got underway on Tuesday (04Oct11) when jurors at Los Angeles Superior Court heard pharmacist Tim Lopez testify that Murray had been ordering the surgical drug by the tray load. Lopez told the jury the medic first approached him to provide prescription creams to treat vitiligo, a skin-lightening condition Jackson suffered from, although Murray did not reveal the name of his patient. At the start of 2009, the doctor began to make enquiries about the price and availability of Propofol - and he placed his first order for a total of 35 vials on 6 April (09). Murray returned to »

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Sarika in Competition Jury of 13th Mumbai Film Fest : Film Festivals & Markets

1 October 2011 8:04 AM, PDT | Bollywood Trade | See recent Bollywood Trade news »

She will be the only Indian and an actor in the International Competition Jury of the 13th Mumbai Film Festival organised by Mami. She joins the list of highly celebrated list of filmmakers that include the Academy Award nominee director- Hugh Hudson (Jury president), Roger Spottiswoode director of James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer The 6th Day, the acclaimed Polish director- Jerzy Skolimowski, and the young Korean director - Na-Hong Jin who received numerous awards and acclaim for his films The Chaser and The Yellow Sea. Read More »

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Sarika joins International Competition Jury for 13th Mumbai Film Festival

1 October 2011 6:26 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Mumbai Film Festival today announced actress Sarika as its fifth and final Jury member for the International Competition section. Sarika joins the league of Academy Award nominee director- Hugh Hudson (Jury president, international competition), Roger Spottiswoode director of James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer The 6th Day, Acclaimed Polish director- Jerzy Skolimowski, young Korean director - Na-Hong Jin who received numerous awards and acclaim for his films The Chaser and The Yellow Sea. Srinivasan Narayanan, director, Mumbai Film Festival says, "Sarika is both an international as well as an Indian actor, and understands the medium of cinema in its entirety. We are happy that she graciously accepted to be a part of the jury." Commenting on being a part of the Jury, Sarika says, "I am delighted to be part of the 13th Mumbai Film Festival jury. I am looking forward to watching quality cinema »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Sarika joins International Competition Jury for 13th Mumbai Film Festival

1 October 2011 6:26 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Mumbai Film Festival today announced actress Sarika as its fifth and final Jury member for the International Competition section. Sarika joins the league of Academy Award nominee director- Hugh Hudson (Jury president, international competition), Roger Spottiswoode director of James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer The 6th Day, Acclaimed Polish director- Jerzy Skolimowski, young Korean director - Na-Hong Jin who received numerous awards and acclaim for his films The Chaser and The Yellow Sea. Srinivasan Narayanan, director, Mumbai Film Festival says, "Sarika is both an international as well as an Indian actor, and understands the medium of cinema in its entirety. We are happy that she graciously accepted to be a part of the jury." Commenting on being a part of the Jury, Sarika says, "I am delighted to be part of the 13th Mumbai Film Festival jury. I am looking forward to watching quality cinema »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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14 Products From Future Movies That Should Already Exist

14 September 2011 1:56 PM, PDT | BestWeekEver | See recent BestWeekEver news »

When Doc Brown’s announcement about Nike’s new real-life version of the Air Mag shoes from Back To The Future 2, we ecstatic but greedy popculturites were quick to wonder: What other technologies from futuristic movies should we work on next? Here are 14 wishful suggestions that science needs to hop on Asap (the ‘S’ is for Science): 1. Hoverboards, Back To The Future 2 No sooner had we heard about the NikeMags than us ungrateful forward-thinking Back To The Future fans renewed our cries for real-life flying skateboards (even happily conceding that they won’t work on water). Marty McFly already set our childhood fun-xpectations unreasonably high 20 years ago, plus we haven’t had a true breakthrough in ‘board technology since those Lords Of Dogtown people did all those experiments with dogs or whatever. Get the hell on this, funologists! 2. The Three Seashells, Demolition Man When Future Rob Schneider utters the »

- Dan Hopper

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The 13th Mumbai Film Festival announces it's esteemed Jury for this year

10 September 2011 6:33 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

After the success of the 12th Mumbai Film Festival, the 13th Mumbai Film Festival, a Reliance Entertainment initiative and organized by Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (Mami) will be held in Mumbai from the 13th to the 20th of October 2011. This year's festival boasts of a lineup of cinematic masterpieces and an esteemed panel of jurors. The jury members for the international competition section include Academy Award nominee director- Hugh Hudson (Jury President, International competition), Roger Spottiswoode (director of James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer The 6th Day), acclaimed Polish director-Jerzy Skolimowski and young Korean director- Na Hong-Jin who received numerous awards and acclaim for his films The Chaser and The Yellow Sea. Being held across multiple venues in the city, the main hub for the festival will be Cinemax Versova and other venues include Cinemax Sion and Metro Big Cinemas, the festival aims »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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The 13th Mumbai Film Festival announces it's esteemed Jury for this year

10 September 2011 6:33 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

After the success of the 12th Mumbai Film Festival, the 13th Mumbai Film Festival, a Reliance Entertainment initiative and organized by Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (Mami) will be held in Mumbai from the 13th to the 20th of October 2011. This year's festival boasts of a lineup of cinematic masterpieces and an esteemed panel of jurors. The jury members for the international competition section include Academy Award nominee director- Hugh Hudson (Jury President, International competition), Roger Spottiswoode (director of James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer The 6th Day), acclaimed Polish director-Jerzy Skolimowski and young Korean director- Na Hong-Jin who received numerous awards and acclaim for his films The Chaser and The Yellow Sea. Being held across multiple venues in the city, the main hub for the festival will be Cinemax Versova and other venues include Cinemax Sion and Metro Big Cinemas, the festival aims »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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English director Hugh Hudson to head Mumbai International Film Festival Jury

8 September 2011 8:14 PM, PDT | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

Hugh Hudson, whose film Chariot of Fire won nominations for Academy Award and Palme d’Or at Cannes Film festival will preside over the Jury of International Competition at the 13th Mumbai International Film Festival (Mami). The festival will be held from October 13-20, 2011.

Canadian-born director Roger Spottiswoode, who directed films like Tomorrow Never Dies and The 6th Day; Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski and Korean director Na Hong-Jin known for films like The Chaser and The Yellow Sea will comprise the Jury of the International Competition.

The main menu of the festival will be Cinemax Versova. Apart from that, screenings will also take place at Metro Big Cinema and Cinemax Sion.

Dimensions Mumbai Jury will be headed by Dhobi Ghat director Kiran Rao. The Jury will comprise Vikramaditya Motwane, Nishikant Kamat, Onir, and Renuka Shahane.

Dimensions Mumbai is the competition section for short films by the Youth of Mumbai below the age of twenty five, »

- NewsDesk

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Colin Cunningham Talks Falling Skies – Exclusive Interview

24 June 2011 10:03 AM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Well, Falling Skies has launched, and the debut ratings were impressive. If you're like me, you took a shine to the character John Pope, and there is a lot of him coming up in the show, and with some interesting spins. Pope is played by Colin Cunningham, and I got a chance to talk to him recently about the show, shows generally, and his character. It was a great conversation, and I hope that translates (it usually doesn't quite work). For my money, a lot of the best hope of the continued success of the show comes down to how Pope figures into things, and I think Colin gives a fun, interesting, and layered performance that is worth watching.

Just because the show is so new, I'm going to include the official rundown on both the character and Cunningham before jumping right into the interview. Have fun.

John Pope, the »

- Marc Eastman

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New on Blu-ray and DVD: Adjustment Bureau! The Island! The Rig!

21 June 2011 9:46 AM, PDT | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

The Adjustment Bureau - is charming before its thrilling and a little light in terms of the scifi elements, but it's a well paced little thriller with a believable love story made possible by the acting chops of Matt Damon and Emily Blunt. You can read my review here.

The Island [Blu-ray] - I love this movie. Love it. That's right, so what? Yeah it's boneheaded in parts and the extended freeway chase that Bay obviously tacked on is a slog to get through, but it's just such a fun concept that I can't help but get caught up in it every time I watch it. This is Thx-1138 by way of The Sixth Day. Of course the production was sued by the creators of the 80s movie Parts: The Clonus Horror, but who cares? The Island isn't original, but it's fun.

The Rig - The Rig is a horror flick »

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Top 10 Brilliantly Awful Arnie One Liners

24 May 2011 1:35 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

(With Arnold Schwarzenegger’s big screen comeback halted before it even got started, I thought it was time to post an old favourite from 2009 to remember the Arnie we love)…

We all recently bore witness to the abomination that was Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus – the most mind-numbingly awful movie since Jordan met Dane Bowers’ toe… In actual fact the Jordan movie has slightly better CGI – those breasts almost look real… but I digress.

To tie-in with possibly the most brain scrambling, out and out dumb movie to ever see the light of day currently polluting our screens, I decided to pay homage to the real king of the brainless movie: The Governator himself, Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnie is a cinematic icon, there is no questioning that, but he is also responsible for a veritable smorgasbord of some of the most criminal, yet genius puns and one-liners in the history of cinema. »

- Gareth Bunkham

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Schwarzen-Watch: Arnold's Paternity Scandal

17 May 2011 1:05 PM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

IFC.com's film writer, Matt Singer, is the biggest Arnold Schwarzenegger fan on the planet. He blogs any time any news about Schwarzenegger's return to acting, no matter how flimsy or improbable, hits the Internet.

Suddenly the famous line from "Kindergarten Cop" -- "Who is your daddy, and what does he do?" -- is ultra-poignant.

The Los Angeles Times reports the latest wrinkle in the sordid saga of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's separation: that Schwarzenegger fathered a child with a married woman who worked for the couple's family for twenty years prior to his election as Governor of California back in 2003. Schwarzenegger's statement to The Times:

"After leaving the governor's office I told my wife about this event, which occurred over a decade ago... I understand and deserve the feelings of anger and disappointment among my friends and family. There are no excuses and I take full responsibility »

- Matt Singer

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Ben Ripley Writing The Seventh Day

14 March 2011 5:02 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Nope, it's not a sequel to the ropey Arnie vehicle The Sixth Day. Rather, The Seventh Day is a new sci-fi project by Source Code screenwriter Ben Ripley.With Duncan Jones' Moon follow-up getting all the right sort of attention, Hollywood behind-the-scenes types have been picking it apart to see how it works and whether they can do it again. In particular, Martha De Laurentiis has been rooting through Ripley's trunk of unproduced scripts, and has decided that The Seventh Day is the one with the most potential. "We are always looking for young, inspiring filmmakers wanting to tell a unique, high-concept story," says De Laurentiis, "and after meeting Shane I decided to immediately snap the property off the market." The film is apparently about a voyage to establish a new colony in space, and De Laurentiis describes it as "The Shining on a spaceship."Unique? How many Shinings-on-a-spaceship have we had before? »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Says He’s Been Offered Roles in The Terminator Franchise and Remakes of Predator and The Running Man

7 March 2011 8:17 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to acting and considering offers, the question becomes: what roles are out there for a 63-year-old action star who hasn't starred in a movie since 2003?  According to Arnold: plenty.  The Arnold Fans [via AICN] spoke to Schwarzenegger at his annual bodybuilding competition, The Arnold Classic.  When asked about what scripts he was considering, Schwarzenegger told his fans: "Well, first of all it's more 15 films, obvious ones from The Terminator to remakes of Predator and The Running Man and all of those things.  Then also a lot of original stuff too.  But I am also packaging a Comic Book character right now. I'm going to announce that sometime by the end of March or the beginning of April." Hit the jump for my thoughts on Arnold's future. Arnold seems to be awfully in demand for a guy who hasn't had a hit film in over a decade. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Five Suggestions for Arnold Schwarzenegger's Movie Comeback

18 February 2011 10:27 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

No one was really surprised when Arnold Schwarzenegger announced by Twitter he was going back to acting last week. Let's face it. His political career wasn't a complete Pluto Nash style disaster. He had a few political victories here and there. But it certainly wasn't a smash hit, either. So a return to acting is really the only logical choice for the former box-office champ.

Once he made that choice the question becomes how many roles are out there for the 63-year-old action star? It's one thing for Fred Thompson to return to playing the older curmudgeonly Da in films and TV but he wasn't fighting a Predator with a howitzer slung over his arm.

It's true that Schwarzenegger has only been the governor of California for the last seven years and his last major role was Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines was less than 10 years ago in the »

- Bill Cody

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