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Sandra Bullock Unites Her Thieves in New Look at Ocean's Eight

Sandra Bullock Unites Her Thieves in New Look at Ocean's Eight
It's been almost a full year since Warner Bros. released the first Ocean's Eight photo, featuring Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean and her team of thieves riding a New York City subway. Today we have the second official photo with Sandra Bullock alongside her seven partners in crime, played by Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling, Rhianna, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter and Awkwafina. This all-female heist thriller is following in the footsteps of last year's Ghostbusters, whose all-female cast was often the subject of online vitriol. When asked if this cast has gone through the same type of thing on this movie, Sandra Bullock had this to say.

"They did put (the Ghostbusters cast) through hell. And I'm still trying to figure out why. Forget what the final product was! There were four or five of the most talented comediennes in that film. Everyone should've just taken a breath and said,
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Channing Tatum's Gambit Delays Shooting Until March 2018

The long-awaited Gambit movie has hit a slight snag. Channing Tatum has been trying to get this movie off the ground for a long time and, lately, the production has been picking up steam. Recently, it was reported that the movie was set to begin filming in February. However, it's now said that Gambit has bumped back filming slightly, with the production now set to begin March 2018.

So, what does this mean? Odds are, things just had to get shuffled around a bit for less-than-serious reasons. If Gambit begins filming in March, that still leaves Channing Tatum and the production team plenty of time to get the movie finished in order to make the February 14, 2019, release date. So there's no need to move around your 2019 Valentine's Day plans just yet. The production is still set to take place in New Orleans, Louisiana, with stage work expected to be conducted at Big Easy Studios.
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Channing Tatum Begins Shooting Gambit This February

It's been a long time coming, but the Gambit movie is finally, actually going to begin filming in just a few short months. Channing Tatum pretty much willed this movie into existence several years ago, via his desire to play the fan-favorite X-Men character. But after Fox got on board, the project has had a troubled road to production. However, the pieces of the puzzle have recently started falling into place and we now know that Gambit will begin filming early next year.

According to a new report, Fox will roll cameras on Gambit starting in February 2018. That should give them enough time to get the movie done in time for its February 14, 2019, release date. So your Valentine's Day plans for 2019 are already taken care of. The production is expected to last about five months, as the report says the studio is hoping to wrap in July. Gambit is expected
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X-Men Spin-off Gambit Gets Lizzy Caplan as the Female Lead

Channing Tatum's long-gestating Gambit movie continues to pick up steam. After seemingly being pulled from Fox's plans for the future of the X-Men universe entirely, Gambit has been putting the pieces of the puzzle in place and now it's just taken another major step forward. According to a new report, Masters of Sex star Lizzy Caplan has been tapped to play the female lead in Gambit, alongside Channing Tatum, who pretty much willed this movie into existence a few years ago.

Lizzy Caplan hasn't signed on the dotted line yet, but she's in talks to star in Gambit and, unless something crazy happens, it sounds like she's got the part. As for who she's playing? No official details on her role have yet been revealed, but X-Men fans will note Remy LeBeau's long-standing relationship with Rogue. Anna Paquin has portrayed the character up to this point in the X-Men movies,
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Is Mankatha copied from a Hollywood film? Venkat Prabhu explains

During the recent audio launch of the Thittam Poattu Thirudura Kootam, director Venkat Prabhu spoke about the film and its makers.

"The script of this film is very tough. It can be explained easily, but the scripting of a heist-action film is challenging. People automatically assume heist films are ripped off from films like Ocean's 11 (a Hollywood film).

Why, they even insinuated that Mankatha is copied from Ocean's 11. But the fact is that heist-action is a genre of its own."

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Julia Roberts Reveals the Moment She Knew She Made It in Hollywood (Exclusive)

Julia Roberts Reveals the Moment She Knew She Made It in Hollywood (Exclusive)
Julia Roberts has been America's sweetheart for decades, but it wasn't until her Oscar-winning role in Erin Brockovich that she really felt like she made it. 

Et's Carly Steel chatted with the 50-year-old actress at a press junket for her upcoming film, Wonder, and pointed out that this would be her 50th movie. "It is?! What?!" Roberts exclaimed. 

As for when she knew she was a household name in Hollywood, she admitted that it was somewhere between Erin Brockovich in 2000 and Ocean's Eleven in 2001. "That's where you go, 'All right, this is ingrained. This will not end,'" Roberts explained.

More: Julia Roberts on Raising Teenagers, Dealing With Grief and the Secret to Feeling Great at 50

Fans of the actress have come to know and recognize her big laugh and smile so much so that Coldplay's Chris Martin wrote a song about it. Last month at the amfAR Gala in Los Angeles, the 40-year-old rocker
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The Real Reason George Clooney Is Shifting From Acting to Directing

The Real Reason George Clooney Is Shifting From Acting to Directing
George Clooney's move from in front of the camera to behind it may be more steadfast than fans originally thought. "Look, I acted for a long time and, you know, I'm 56. I'm not the guy that gets the girl any more," the Ocean's Eleven star told The Sunday Times. When journalist Jonathan Dean suggested "old men always chase young women in Hollywood," Clooney corrected himself. "Well, yeah, I shouldn't be the guy that gets the girl," he told him. Clooney has played a number of roles throughout his career – from a doctor on ER to an astronaut in Gravity. Now that he's established himself as one of Hollywood's leading men, he can be more...
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The Women of the McU Want an All-Female Marvel Movie

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From the Ocean's Eleven franchise to a reimagining of Lord of the Flies, all-female remakes and spin-offs are hot in Hollywood right now. But it's more than just a trend, as inclusion is important and women's stories in all movie genres are worthy of being told. The success of Wonder Woman this summer is evidence that female-led superhero movies aren't just about chasing a trend if there's quality and passion put into the effort. And audiences obviously appreciate that, to the tune of $822 million worldwide.  Marvel will soon be delivering its own solo superheroine movie with the Brie Larson-led Captain Marvel in 2019. But while the studio will also be featuring many women characters, including heroes, in...

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Viseral's cancelled Star Wars game: more details emerge

John Saavedra Oct 31, 2017

A new report reveals story details about Visceral's canceled Star Wars game, codenamed Ragtag...

Only a few days since Electronic Arts announced the closure of Visceral Games, the developer behind the Dead Space series, Kotaku has uncovered tons of new details about the final days of the studio and its now canceled Star Wars project, which was codenamed "Ragtag."

See related Star Wars: Rogue One review Star Wars: Rogue One - what did you think?

According to the report, the game started out as an open-world space adventure starring a "Han Solo-like rogue." In this first iteration, the project was called "Yuma."

"It was going to be some hybrid between a linear action shooter, where if you’re on the ground it’s Tomb Raider-like, but then in space it’s gonna be [Assassin's Creed:] Black Flag,” one of Kotaku's sources said of the game. The
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Watch George Clooney Choose Between His Famous Friends in "Who Would You Call?" Game

Watch George Clooney Choose Between His Famous Friends in
George Clooney has a lot of famous friends in Hollywood. In a new game with E! News' Sibley Scoles, the Suburbicon director picked which pals he would call on for various scenarios. For instance, the Ocean's Eleven actor said he'd probably call Brad Pitt over Matt Damon to babysit the twins if he was going on a last-minute date night with his wife Amal Clooney. "Brad's got six kids. How many has he got? Matt's got four," Clooney said, pondering his response. "I guess I'd have to go with Brad on that one. He's got more kids—better juggling." Some questions were easy for The Descendants star to answer. When asked if he'd rather take dance lessons from...
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Gambit Movie Might Get Pirates of the Caribbean Director

It looks like Channing Tatum's long-gestating Gambit movie may be taking a very huge, if unexpected, step in the right direction. Reportedly, Fox is now looking to Gore Verbinski, the man behind the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, to direct the X-Men spin-off. No deal is done yet, but The Hollywood Reporter claims that he is "in talks" to helm the project, which has been in development for a couple of years now, and will reportedly start production in 2018.

Channing Tatum more or less willed the Gambit movie into existence, given his desire to play the card-throwing, Cajun mutant on the big screen. However, the project has hit a few snags over the years. Originally, Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) was supposed to direct the movie, but he walked away in 2015. Then, Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) spent some time developing the movie,
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American Horror Story - Cult episode 4 review: 11/9

Ron Hogan Sep 27, 2017

The latest American Horror Story: Cult episode has brutality, restraint and is moving in a clear direction. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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7.4 11/9

Kai Anderson is a master manipulator. Since well before the Presidential election that kicked off the drama of Cult, he's been collecting followers a person, a piece at a time. Every person Kai has collected within his little group of followers has come via a different method. For each one, he's managed to figure out just how to reach out to them by painstakingly researching them, both online and face to face, and tailoring his argument to that individual.

Granted, Kai's general patter is roughly the same. He's all about turning fear and anger into power. He makes himself into whatever the person he's speaking to needs when they need him.
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Gambit Movie Details Reveal a Big Heist and Mr. Sinister

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The Gambit movie, despite a great many setbacks, is still reportedly in development at Fox. Channing Tatum is still attached and seems quite enthusiastic about it, but after director Doug Liman left, things changed quite a bit. They decided to take the project back to square one, which may not be a bad thing since the successes of Deadpool and Logan will allow for them to take more chances. With all of that said, some rumored plot details for the Gambit movie have arrived online and they are pretty insane.

Splash Report brings us these rumored plot details for the Gambit movie, which promises that the movie will essentially be Ocean's 11 within the X-Men universe. The plot also promises that fan-favorite villain Mr. Sinister will finally be making his big screen debut, assuming this plot does in any way resemble what we ultimately see when the movie eventually gets made.
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Movies to see on the long Labour Day weekend

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Movies to see on the long Labour Day weekendMovies to see on the long Labour Day weekendJenny Bullough9/1/2017 11:51:00 Am

It's finally here! The Labour Day weekend isn't really the end of summer, but it certainly feels that way. Maybe it's the residual instinct ingrained in us after years of elementary and high school, when summertime meant freedom from school for a full two months and September meant the end of all that and the return to teachers, books, and (ugh) homework.

No matter how you feel about the holiday, there's still lots of ways to squeeze the most fun possible out of your extra day off! And what better way to while away an afternoon than with a movie at a Cineplex theatre. Without further ado, here's our recommendations for what to see in theatres this long weekend!

If you crave action Atomic Blonde

If you're in the mood for some ass-kicking action,
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Logan Lucky movie review: a waste of a heist

MaryAnn’s quick take… Fun enough and diverting enough while you’re in the middle of it, but hints of something much richer and more satisfying dangle just out of its reach. I’m “biast” (pro): mostly like Steven Soderbergh’s films; love Adam Driver

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Well, it’s no Ocean’s Eleven. But it does include a joke about how it’s no Ocean’s Eleven, so that makes it okay, I guess?

I confess that my disappointment over Logan Lucky might be bigger than the movie deserves. It’s fun enough and diverting enough while you’re in the middle of it, as long as you don’t think about it too much. I will probably never watch it again and not be sorry about that, but that is also true of many other movies,
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Have Your Say: What's The Best Film Heist Ever?

Steven Soderbergh's Logan Lucky has hit cinemas, and while it hasn't run off with the box office yet, fans of the quirky director sure get their money's worth. In his review, Jim Tudor says: "Your mileage may vary, but it's nevertheless nice to have Soderbergh back in the race." Which is a bit of a pun, of course, seeing as how the film is about a heist pulled off during a Nascar event. It's not exactly Soderbergh's first heist film either, as he also directed the Ocean's 11-12-13 trilogy. "Heists" are of course an absolutely fantastic subject for exciting cinema. The bringing together of a team of experts, the plan, the execution, mutual respect and/or distrust, the clean (or messy) getaway... It's a mother lode...

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Review: Logan Lucky Races for the Big Score, Finishing Above Average

How lucky are we? I suppose that depends upon how you feel about the work of director Steven Soderbergh. One of the most deliberately eclectic and diverse filmmakers in the history of Hollywood, Soderbergh has seen fit to shift gears abruptly from mainstream big-budget potboiler (Ocean's 11, Haywire, King of the Hill, Out of Sight) to artsy fartsy experimental throughout his entire career (Schizopolis, Bubble, Full Frontal), letting the two blend occasionally, just to keep things even more interesting (Magic Mike, Traffic, The Limey). Since his 1989 indie film world sensation sex, lies and videotape, he's never stopped. Even his much ballyhooed retirement from feature filmmaking resulted in him directing every episode of two seasons of the turn of the century medical television series, The...

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'Logan Lucky': The Six Things You Need to Make a Perfect Heist Film

'Logan Lucky': The Six Things You Need to Make a Perfect Heist Film
Head to the movies this weekend to see Logan Lucky, and you'll see more than Steven Soderbergh ending his moviemaking retirement phase and returning to the big screen. (You've been greatly missed, sir.) You'll see more than just Channing Tatum and Adam Driver playing down-on-their-luck Southern brothers who hatch a plan to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway. You'll even see more than Daniel Craig sporting a bottle-blond crop-cut hairdo and Seth MacFarlane sporting something on his head that looks like a cross between a mullet, a Jheri curl and roadkill.
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Logan Lucky and The Hitman's Bodyguard make Tanner's What to Watch weekend preview

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Logan Lucky and The Hitman's Bodyguard make Tanner's What to Watch weekend previewLogan Lucky and The Hitman's Bodyguard make Tanner's What to Watch weekend previewTanner Zipchen8/17/2017 10:01:00 Am

This weekend in theatres we have Logan Lucky and The Hitman's Bodyguard!

Trying to reverse a family curse, brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde Logan (Adam Driver) set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Logan Lucky is directed by Steven Soderbergh (Ocean's Eleven, Traffic), so you know this can't go wrong with him behind the camera.

In The Hitman's Bodyguard, the world's top protection agent (Ryan Reynolds) gets a new client: a hit man who came in from the cold (Samuel L. Jackson). They've been on the opposite ends of a bullet for years. Now they must team up and have only 24 hours to get to The Hague to bring down
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