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Lee Jeong Beom, director of the brilliant Cruel Winter Blues and The Man From Nowhere, has his third film on the horizon in the shape of the action filled No Tears For The Dead. His latest thriller sees a hitman fall in love with his next target, resulting in taking action against his employers.If his previous output is anything to go by, we can expect plenty of excruciating tension, but with a lot of heart also thrown in.
Jang Dong Gun stars in the lead role, having previously starred in recent classics such as Friend and Taegukgi. Also in the cast is Brian Tee, who will be making his Korean language debut after roles in The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift and The Wolverine. Fingers crossed that Lee Jeong Beom gives us another memorable film despite an often used plot.
Source: Cj Entertainment
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- Luke Ryan Baldock
Lucas Black is the newest actor to join the cast of the latest NCIS spin-off. Black, who starred in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and Friday Night Lights, will play Special Agent Lasalle, a federal agent who is both a party boy and a hard worker. The new series takes place in New Orleans and is set to premiere this spring.
- Ariana Bacle
Fast & Furious‘ Lucas Black is set to co-star opposite Scott Bakula and Zoe McLellan in CBS’ NCIS planted spinoff. Executive produced by NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg and star Mark Harmon, the spinoff is set at the NCIS New Orleans office, which handles cases from Pensacola through Mississippi and Louisiana to the Texas panhandle. It centers on NCIS Special Agent Pride (Bakula). Black will play NCIS Special Agent Lasalle, who relocated to New Orleans as a kid and is a no-nonsense federal agent who believes in doing what’s right no matter what, and a man who works hard and plays harder. In addition to Bakula and McLellan, Black joins previously cast Cch Pounder in the spinoff, which will air as a two-part NCIS episode in the spring. Black, repped by ICM Partners, is reprising his role from The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift of Sean Boswell in the upcoming »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Vin Diesel Dancing Goes Viral
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The odd video, which has recieved over 800,000 likes and 193,719 shares as of 12:08 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, is almost eight minutes long and features Diesel dancing by himself to Perry’s newest hit “Dark Horse” and Beyoncé’s “Drunk In Love.” Diesel is far from an expert dancer, but he dances his way through all of “Dark Horse” before addressing the camera to explain his sudden desire to dance for his fans.
He then goes on to ask fans about the Grammys, declaring that he was working and was unable to watch any of the performances. Diesel then goes into dancing to Beyoncé’s “Drunk In Love” – which she performed at the Grammys. Diesel »
In the wake of the tragic loss of leading man Paul Walker last year, Universal's Fast & Furious 7 recently announced a delayed release on April 10, 2015. Because Walker's scenes were partially shot, the studio is seeking to honor his final performance and will offer one last big screen appearance for his franchise alter ego, Brian O'Conner. Today, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the current plan is to "retire" O'Conner without killing him off. Walker's O'Conner made his first appearance in Rob Cohen's original The Fast and the Furious in 2001. He subsequently appeared in every sequel, save 2006's The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift , tying with Vin Diesel for the most franchise appearances. Directed by James Wan, Fast & Furious 7 also »
5 items from 2014
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