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‘Money Monster’ Exclusive Featurette: George Clooney, Jack O’Connell Praise Director Jodie Foster

17 August 2016 3:08 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The thriller “Money Monster” follows financial TV personality Lee Gates (George Clooney) who advises his audience on commerce and Wall Street with the help of longtime director Patty Fenn (Julia Roberts). One day on air, laborer Kyle Budwell (Jack O’Connell) takes him hostage and straps explosives to his chest demanding answers about an investment gone wrong. Soon, the entire team scrambles to discover what happened with the company in question and they find a pattern of corruption that goes all the way to the top. In honor of its digital release, watch an exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette from the film below, with George Clooney, Jack O’Connell, and screenwriter Jamie Linden praising the work of director Jodie Foster.

Read More: Review: Jodie Foster’s ‘Money Monster’ Wants to Be ‘Network’ for the Occupy Wall Street Age

Jodie Foster has previously directed three feature films: “Little Man Tate,” about a mother »

- Vikram Murthi

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Netflix comings and goings: Donald Trump parody in, 'Tmnt' out

1 August 2016 11:02 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Summer is coming to an end and the 2016-17 TV season is just around the corner (not to mention football and more football). So it’s a good time to cram in a whole collection of shows and movies on Netflix before your schedule gets so full you won’t know what to do with yourself. Some exciting additions are a couple Fast and Furious movies, No Country for Old Men and Funny Or Die Presents: Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Movie, which stars Jonny Depp as Trump. Check out the list. Find a comfortable spot and begin watching. New to Netflix August 1 The American Side An Inconvenient Truth Apex: The Story of the Hypercar Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure Big Daddy Black Widow Critical Condition Deadfall Destination: Team USA Funny Or Die Presents: Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Movie The Family Man The Fast and the Furious »

- David Eckstein

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‘Masterminds’ Trailer: Jared Hess’ Comedy Is a ‘Ghostbusters’ Reunion, Sort Of

28 July 2016 3:30 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Jared Hess‘ Masterminds centers on a real-life $17 million heist, but Ocean’s 11 or Inside Man this ain’t. Instead, the thieves behind the operation include an unassuming armored car driver played by Zach Galifianakis, his flirty co-worker played by Kristen Wiig, their not-very-brilliant mastermind played by Owen WilsonJason Sudeikis stars as a hitman, Kate McKinnon as Galifianakis’ wife, and Leslie Jones as the cop who’s out […]

The post ‘Masterminds’ Trailer: Jared Hess’ Comedy Is a ‘Ghostbusters’ Reunion, Sort Of appeared first on /Film. »

- Angie Han

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All These Movies Are Disappearing From Netflix in August

26 July 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Something terrible is happening: Netflix is getting rid of a bunch of stuff. Sure, the company cleans house a bit every month, but this time, a ton of good stuff is disappearing. Charlie's Angels, Addams Family Values, The Sandlot - all gone! Even Wish Upon a Star is leaving. Aug. 1 will be a sad day indeed. Don't be blindsided, prepare yourself with this list, and take a look at all the movies coming to Netflix in August. Expiring Aug. 1 Addams Family Values The Best Man Bowfinger The Gabby Douglas Story Jennifer 8 Johnny English The Nutty Professor The Replacements Roseanne Collection: Collection 2 Rugrats Go Wild The Sandlot Suspect Zero Teen Witch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III Vampire in Brooklyn Where the Red Fern Grows The Wild Thornberrys Movie Expiring Aug. 11 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Expiring Aug. 15 Charlie's Angels Expiring Aug. 16 Inside Man Wish Upon a Star Expiring Aug. 27 The Pursuit of Happyness Expiring Aug. »

- Maggie Pehanick

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New York Asian 2016 Interview: Superstar Lee Byung-hun Talks Inside Men, Fatherhood and the Hollywood Balancing Act

10 July 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

With a career that has included some of South Korea’s biggest hits, including Joint Security Area, A Bittersweet Life, The Good, the Bad and the Weird and his latest record-breaker, Inside Man, Lee Byung-hun is simultaneously carving a place for himself in Hollywood with appearances in GI Joe and the upcoming Magnificent Seven.  Before receiving the New York Asian Film Festival’s Star Asia award for his lifetime of work, Lee chatted with me about walking the balance between South Korea and Hollywood. The Lady Miz Diva:  I loved the character of Ahn Sang-goo in Inside Men… Lee Byung-hun:  You even know the name! {Laughs} Lmd:  He is a study of contradictions; he’s very flamboyant, but he’s very closed.  He’s very wild and off the cuff,...

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The Musketeers series 3 episode 5 review: To Play The King

4 July 2016 12:04 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Kemp Jul 4, 2016

The Musketeers delivers a heist episode in this week's To Play The King...

This review contains spoilers.

3.5 To Play The King

If we can but hope that last week’s The Queen’s Diamonds was this season at its lowest, then at least To Play The King shows some improvement, but unfortunately is still some way short of the quality of those opening few episodes and the series as a whole.

Written by Ellen Taylor (who is credited with many, many Coronation Street episodes as well as other British staples like Casualty), the story has a solid central plot and one I don’t think we’ve seen in The Musketeers before – a good, old fashioned heist. Except, it’s not just that. With unfortunate echoes of last week’s overstuffed mess, To Play The King treads a similar path and fills the hour to its absolute max, »

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Stx Entertainment Nabs ‘17 Bridges’, Finalizing Deal For Russo Brothers To Produce

3 June 2016 4:48 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Having grabbed both Aaron Sorkin’s Molly’s Game as well as the coveted international rights for Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman in big bidding wars at Cannes, Stx Entertainment has now just nabbed a spec script stateside and is in final negotiations with Captain America: Civil War (and CA: Winter Soldier) filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo to produce. The script, 17 Bridges written by Adam Mervis, has been described as Inside Man meets The Fugitive. The thriller… »

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Review: 'Money Monster' is old-fashioned issue-driven entertainment done well

16 May 2016 4:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Sidney Lumet would like Money Monster quite a bit. There was a tradition of filmmaking that seems to be on the wane these days that involved wrapping a social issue or a social injustice and wrapping it in a nice juicy dramatic situation. When done perfectly, you get 12 Angry Men or Dog Day Afternoon or Network. Lumet was so good at both understanding exactly how to frame the moral argument and knowing how to play the entertainment, and it’s a bit of a lost art now. I’ve always felt like the inelegant version of this particular type of storytelling was embodied by Stanley Kramer, who tilted more towards the message end of the equation. It’s a tough thing to get right, and Jodie Foster deserves credit for orchestrating things with a nimble wit and a relentless energy. Ultimately, you probably know where the screenplay credited to Jamie Linden »

- Drew McWeeny

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Contest: Win Triple 9 Blu-Ray Prize Pack

14 May 2016 11:32 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It’s one of the better thrillers we’ve seen this year, and soon, John Hillcoat’s pulse-pounding Triple 9 will be headed to Blu-ray and DVD.

Featuring a who’s who of A-list talent, Triple 9 brings together the likes of Casey AffleckWoody Harrelson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Anthony Mackie, Norman Reedus, Gal Gadot, and Aaron Paul. It’ll launch across Blu-ray and DVD on May 31.

To celebrate, We Got This Covered has one prize pack to give away to a lucky reader, including Triple 9 itself along with Blu-rays of Inside ManTower Heist, 2 Guns and James Wan’s box office triumph, Furious 7.

And so, to be in with a chance of winning, simply subscribe to our brand new push notification system here (please note, this is only available in Google Chrome/Firefox and on Desktop/Android devices at the moment).

In doing so, you’ll »

- Michael Briers

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Foster's Socially Conscious Wall Street Hostage Thriller Suffers from Triteness, Dishonesty

13 May 2016 6:57 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'Money Monster' with George Clooney and Jack O'Connell: TV celebrity and unwise investor/hostage taker. 'Money Monster' review: Jodie Foster movie suffers from both qualitative and intellectual disconnect Sometimes there's a difference between what a movie thinks it is and what it actually is. Usually it's a qualitative disconnect, as in “this movie thinks it's exciting but it's actually boring” or “this movie assumes Kevin Hart is funny when, in fact, he's not.” In the case of Money Monster, the divide is also an intellectual versus anti-intellectual one. The fourth film directed by Jodie Foster fancies itself a ripped from the headlines wail from the bottom of the economic ladder. A thriller-cum-exposé into how Wall Street and big media suckered average Americans into following the Pied Pipers of TV's financial punditry class over the cliff into economic ruin. However, the movie we're really getting is »

- Mark Keizer

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69th Cannes Film Festival Review – Money Monster (2016)

12 May 2016 1:16 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Money Monster, 2016

Directed by Jodie Foster

Starring George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell, Caitriona Balfe and Dominic West


The presenter and producer of a flamboyant financial news TV show finds themselves in a hostage situation when a young, working class investor decides to take revenge for the tumbling share price of a major corporation.

Wall Street’s crooked ways and the shallowness of the 24-hour news cycle are the targets of Jodie Foster’s taut, engaging – and somewhat ridiculous – dramatic thriller.

In Money Monster, George Clooney takes on the role of a loudmouth TV personality named Lee Gates, who presents a CNBC/The Daily Show-style financial news programme complete with hip hop dancing, props and punchy graphics. His harassed but steely producer, Patty Fenn (Julia Roberts), just about manages to keep him on script, while the gallery and floor crews barely blink at Lee’s now familiar antics. »

- Sara Hemrajani

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Cannes Film Review: ‘Money Monster’

12 May 2016 3:45 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When you break apart the essential elements of “Money Monster,” Jodie Foster’s taut yet sporadically odd hostage drama, few of them seem to completely work. As an indictment of Wall Street chicanery, it’s largely toothless; as a pure thriller, it only quickens the pulse once or twice; as a conspiracy saga, its central mystery falls flat.

Yet somehow the film hangs together surprisingly well, thanks to on-point performances from George Clooney and Julia Roberts, a sprinkle of obtuse humor and Foster’s streamlined direction, which takes style notes from the likes of “Dog Day Afternoon” and “Inside Man” in the service of a far more lightweight confection. It may not linger long in the memory after credits roll, and what multiplex audiences make of the film is anyone’s guess, but in a landscape short on no-frills grown-up entertainment, it’s worth the modest time investment.

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- Andrew Barker

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Clive Owen Joins Cast of Fred Schepisi’s ‘Andorra’

9 May 2016 7:29 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

British star Clive Owen has joined the cast of “Andorra,” the upcoming film by veteran Australian director Fred Schepisi.

Going in to Cannes, no sales agent or studio distribution structure has yet been announced for the picture which is scheduled to shoot next spring in Europe, with post production to follow in Australia.

Owen (“The Bourne Identity,” “Inside Man”) and Schepisi (Last Orders,” “Roxanne,” “The Russia House”) previously worked together on “Words And Pictures” in 2013.

The new film is based on the novel of the same name by Peter Cameron with a screenplay adapted by Cameron and producer Jamie Bialkower.

Producers are Bialkower for Jump Street Films and Lizzette Atkins for Unicorn Films. Academy Award nominee and BAFTA winner James Ivory (“The Remains of the Day”, “Howards End”) is the executive producer.

The story follows an American who settles in the tiny country of Andorra, meets an Australian couple and »

- Patrick Frater

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Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets Promotes Pair

30 March 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Morgan Spurlock’s production outfit Warrior Poets has upped Stacey Kleiger to VP Production and Rachel Traub to Creative Executive of Film and Scripted Television. Kleiger, who now will oversee physical production on all TV, film and digital projects, began at the company as Production Secretary in 2011, worked as an associate producer on the first season of CNN's Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man and later was promoted to Production Manager on that series as well as others in… »

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Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets Promotes Pair

30 March 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Morgan Spurlock’s production outfit Warrior Poets has upped Stacey Kleiger to VP Production and Rachel Traub to Creative Executive of Film and Scripted Television. Kleiger, who now will oversee physical production on all TV, film and digital projects, began at the company as Production Secretary in 2011, worked as an associate producer on the first season of CNN's Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man and later was promoted to Production Manager on that series as well as others in… »

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Looking Back, With Anger: Inside Man (2006)

24 March 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Eric Blume here to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Spike Lee's Inside Man, which remains his biggest box office hit. 

When this tightly-plotted bank heist movie was released a decade ago, it promised a heavenly trio of huge stars:  Denzel Washington, two time Oscar winner; Clive Owen, fresh off his first nomination for Closer; and Jodie Foster, coming off two solo box office successes (Panic Room and Flightplan).  A decade later, only Washington (the least interesting actor of that trio) still works with annual frequency in major pictures.  He lends effortless dynamism and charisma in his usual everyman role. Unfortunately its been lazy sailing for him ever since with one major exception (Flight).

Watching Inside Man again, it’s the loss of both Owen and Foster as regular cinema fixtures that burns, which is ironic since the film demands little from them. [More...]


- Eric Blume

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S.H.I.E.L.D. Team Shares the 'Goo' Story Behind That Scene, Teases 'Rip-Roaring Adventure' for Bobbi/Hunter

15 March 2016 7:14 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this Tuesday left viewers with quite a curious eyeful, in the form of a butt-naked Being Fka Grant Ward dripping wet with… honey?

RelatedS.H.I.E.L.D. Bosses Deflect Talk That ‘Secret Warriors’ Are Taking Over

At least, “honey” is what the cast and creatives were calling the stuff used to coat the unclothed Brett Dalton, for the closing scene that teased Hive’s mysterious “consumption” (?) of five human sacrifices. Despite having been given a heads-up weeks in advance (to get in the best shape possible), “Brett actually did not have a good time,” showrunner Maurissa Tancharoen reports. »

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Indie Filmmaker Releases Entirely Self-Made Capoeira Road-Trip Feature Film Online for Free (Watch)

16 February 2016 11:52 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

My name is Kamal Robinson (aka ReDef.), and I am a Baltimore born independent film maker and began my film making journey on the set of a low budget Indie in the Bronx, "A Mans Man" starring then rapper Loon (directed by Troy Reed & produced by Hanif Shabazz). Since then I went on to work as a production assistant on sets across the city, including Spike Lee's "Inside Man" and Nelson George's, "Life Support" starring Queen Latifah. I also worked on the hyper budgeted "I Am Legend", starring Will Smith. Thanks to a recommendation I was given the job of on set assistant to Mr. Smith, which I used as an opportunity to share my short films and »

- Kamal Robinson

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10th Asian Film Awards – Nominees 2016

3 February 2016 9:22 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

In an online free live stream conference the Asian Film Award Academy announced the list of nominees for the 10th Asian Film Awards. The Assassin (Taiwan) by Hsiao-Hsien Hou lead the list with 9 nominations (Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Original Music, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design and Best Sound), Then comes Bajirao Mastani (India) by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Best Film, Best Editing, Best Original Music, Best Costume Design and Best Visual Effects) and Port of Call (Hong Kong) by Philip Yung (Best Supporting Actress, Best Newcomer, Best Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Cinematography) with 5 nominations each. Mountains May Depart (China) by Jia Zhang Ke, Mr. Six (China) by Guan Hu and Veteran (South Korea) by Ryoo Seung-wan have 4 nominations each.

Best Film

The Assassin (Nie yin niang) by Hou Hsiao-Hsien

Hong Kong, China, Taiwan | 2015 Bajirao Mastani by Sanjay Leela Bhansali – India »

- Sebastian Nadilo

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Lifetime Sets Movie About Kevin Durant’s Mom; Queen Latifah Produces, Cassandra Freeman Stars

3 February 2016 9:00 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Cassandra Freeman (Inside Man, Single Ladies), Tracie Thoms (Cold Case, Rent), Pauletta Washington (Wilma), Daniel Bellomy, Nic Few (Major Crimes, The Exes), and Demarius Mack (Real Husbands Of Hollywood) have been cast in Lifetime original movie with the working title of The Real Mvp: The Wanda Pratt Story, based on the life of NBA star Kevin Durant’s mom. Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere’s Flavor Unit are executive producers. Production is currently underway in… »

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