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Everyone has that one cinematic brawl that sticks with him or her. They buy special edition Blu-rays to watch the glorious scenes in high definition, wear shirts sporting their favorite competitor, and even engage in debates with other fans about which character they think would win if the duel occurred in real life. With The Raid 2 coming out soon, what better time to look back on best fight scenes that genre films have to offer? Read on to see which conflicts make the list, and keep an eye out for The Raid 2, which is set to release on March 28th, 2014. 20. Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan - Rooftop Scene Although it may seem a little campy, Julius deserves a ton of credit for being one of the only people to stand up and fight Jason Voorhees, instead of just running away. Julius lands nearly all of his blows, »
- Kalyn Corrigan
Filmmaker David Ayer definitely has a thing for telling stories about law enforcement. While his career began writing the 2000 submarine drama U-571, his career since has exclusively filled with cop movies like Training Day, The Fast and the Furious, Dark Blue, S.W.A.T., Harsh Times and End of Watch. He'll finally be breaking this pattern later this year with the release of Fury, his passion project about a tank crew serving in World War II, but before that he'll be departing the genre with a bang, dropping the new film Sabotage - which has just released a brand new extended red band trailer over on IGN. Co-written by Ayer and X-Men Origins: Wolverine/A Good Day To Die Hard screenwriter Skip Woods (uh oh), the new movie follows the members of an elite DEA task force who not only have an exceptional work record together, but have bonded »
Open Road Films has landed on a March 28, 2014 theatrical release date for the action film Sabotage, moving the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer up from its mid-April spot. Sabotage is the latest film from David Ayer, writer of U-571, The Fast and the Furious (2001), Training Day, Dark Blue, and S.W.A.T. Ayer also wrote and directed Harsh Times and End of Watch.
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Joan Allen has joined the cast of the six-episode fourth and final season of the American version of "The Killing". The limited series will be released directly to Netflix.
Allen will play Margaret O’Neal, the stern headmaster of an all-boys military academy based near Seattle. [Source: Vulture]
Miller penned the script from a story by Karen Rinaldi. Gerwig plays a young woman trying to make her way in New York City. [Source: Deadline]
Untitled Netflix Series
The series centers on a family of adult siblings whose secrets and scars come to light with the return of their black sheep brother. »
- Garth Franklin
4 items from 2014
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