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We’ve all recited Samuel Gerard’s ‘out house’ speech at some stage in our lives. There’s no denying it. That wonderful, Oscar winning performance from Tommy lee Jones is just one of the many, many elements that came together to make 1993’s The Fugitive such a beloved modern classic. Now, it’s coming back to the big screen, with Deadline reporting that Warner Bros. have put a new version of The Fugitive into development. There’s no word on what this version of Doctor Richard Kimble’s (of course played by Harrison Ford in the 1993 movie) desperate quest to clear his tarnished name will actually entail. Will it be a reboot of the original 1960’s t.v. series? A sequel? Something new entirely? A sequel isn’t thinking too far out of the box. Ford isn’t adverse to returning for a sequel decades after the original (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
James argues that instant dread may not be the best initial reaction to a sequel announcement...
There's a new Pitch Perfect movie coming out next week. I knew that they were making Pitch Perfect 2 but I didn't realise it was coming around for general release so soon. I became aware when I saw a poster for the film in the lobby of my local multiplex last week.
My first thought was "Oh, Pitch Perfect 2 is coming out". My second thought, sadly, was "Hurm. Do we really need a Pitch Perfect sequel?" (This is the crucial thought so remember this). My third thought was "Ah, it's coming out on the same week as Mad Max: Fury Road." I then had fantastical visions of Max singing a capella mash-ups in the haze of the post-apocalyptic outback, bustin' rhymes and bustin' feral thug-brains in perfect harmony. There's your sequel pitch - 'Mad Max: The Rockatansky Rock-Off'. »
After much teasing, Edm super duo Axwell Λ Ingrosso have dropped their anthemic new track, “On My Way.” Following excellent efforts like “Something New” and “Can’t Hold Us Down,” this next song from the former Swedish House Mafia members is another huge one, boasting an emotional piano melody to kick things off, infectious vocals by frequent Avicii collaborator Salem Al Fakir, and an electro-infused drop that will have dance floors shaking.
The festival-ready anthem is easy to sing-along with as well, and you can be sure that it’s going to be dropped at Ultra this month, where the duo will take the stage for what will no doubt be an electrifying set. It might be a bit too early to call it just yet, but something tells me that this could be a “Save The World”-esque hit for Axwell Λ Ingrosso. I personally think it’s their »
- Matt Joseph
Score one for Cookie on this week’s Empire — and we do mean score.
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Taraji P. Henson’s magnificent matriarch finally got her man — at least for a night — when she and ex-husband Lucious (Terrence Howard) escalated their living-room slow dance into a full-fledged “Dancing in the Sheets” situation at the end of the eventful hour.
The ex-spouses succumbed to their desire after Lucious gathered his family — sons Jamal, Hakeem and Andre, plus Andre’s wife Rhonda and, of course, Cookie — to reveal his Als diagnosis. Unfortunately for Empire’s head honcho, »
When it launched in tandem with the PlayStation 4 back in 2013, Compulsion Games‘ puzzle platformer Contrast proved to be a peculiar yet entertaining experience with its distorted architecture and ambiguous lead. But for the studio’s sophomore effort, Compulsion looks set to take the eccentricity to a whole new level, promising that its next title will include “drugs, masks and memory loss.” How’s that for a back-of-the-box quote?
Taking to its official blog, Compulsion stated that while development on Contrast laid the foundations for the creative team working in the console space, this as-yet-untitled project gives the developer a chance to spread its wings.
“What we can say is that it’s not a sequel to Contrast,” Compulsion said in its blog. “We haven’t ruled out doing one in the future, but after so long working on Contrast, we wanted to make something fresh. Something new and exciting. It involves masks, »
- Michael Briers
Simon Baker may look familiar to you from his roles as handsome writer Christian Thompson in The Devil Wears Prada, handsome architect Brian Kelly in Something New, and handsome psychic Patrick Jane on The Mentalist, but beyond that, he's just really, really handsome. In honor of how handsome he is, we've rounded up the sexiest photos and GIFs of Simon for you to scroll though now. »
6 items from 2015
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