9 items from 2016
Organising time with Joe Carnahan was harder than both of us had intended. Both parties were excited to talk, but time differences, bad mobile connections and Carnahan’s insane schedule caused some minor delays. Not only is Carnahan prepping to direct Bad Boys 3 (titled Bad Boys For Life), which sees Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return to their roles, he’s also writing the script for the Uncharted movie adaptation while his script for the Death Wish remake starring Bruce Willis is also in pre-production. He’s a busy man, but he likes it that way.
Although his excitement for Bad Boys For Life shines through, he’s very eager to talk about his script for Uncharted – the big screen adaptation of the popular video game franchise which has been in development for quite some time. »
- Luke Owen
Plot: An air transport tycoon (Pierce Brosnan) has his world turned upside-down by a psychotic I.T. consultant (James Frecheville). Review: I can’t say I expected all that much from Pierce Brosnan’s latest vehicle, I.T. The trailers seemed pretty goofy, positioning this as a kind of ‘Mr. Robot’ vs Taken, and I was especially wary of John Moore directing in the wake of Max Payne... Read More »
- Chris Bumbray
Actor Pierce Brosnan has had a busy year so far. He previously starred in the dark thriller “Urge” as a mysterious nightclub owner who introduces his friends to a new designer drug and drags them into a deadly trap. Now, he stars in another action thriller “I.T.” as Mike Regan, a successful, self-made man with a state-of-the-art “smart home,” but when his I.T. consultant Ed (James Frecheville) starts stalking his daughter and threatening his entire life, he’s drawn into a complex cat-and-mouse game where the normal rules don’t apply. The film also stars Anna Friel (“Pushing Daisies”), Stefanie Scott (“Flipped”), and Michael Nyqvist (“John Wick”). Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.
Read More: Pierce Brosnan Says ‘Spectre’ Story Was “Weak” And The Movie Was “Too Long”
- Annakeara Stinson
Not to be confused with Andy Muschietti’s upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It, Max Payne director John Moore’s I.T. thrusts acclaimed actor Pierce Brosnan inside the perilous world of smart houses. Everything’s fine and dandy, of course, until an I.T.… Continue Reading →
- Todd Rigney
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Penned by Dave Matalon and Daniel Scott Gordon, “N.O.C” follows Alek, a C.I.A. deep undercover operative who discovers that a faction of the agency is actively collaborating with the terrorist cell he was sent to infiltrate. Stuck in a hospital in Berlin with the help of Corinne, the Emt who saved his life, Alek must evade both the agency and the terrorists, if he wants to bring the evidence of the unsanctioned special op to the people he thinks he can trust.
Gabriela Bacher will produce for Summerstorm Entertainment, a subsidiary of Film House Germany, alongside Vandal Entertainment’s Navid Mcllhargey and Cargo Entertainment’s Marina Grassic. Moore, Peter Veverka, Christian Angermayer and Clemens Hallmann will exec produce. »
- Diana Lodderhose
Penned by Dave Matalon and Daniel Scott Gordon, the story follows a C.I.A. deep undercover operative who discovers that a faction of the agency is actively collaborating with the terrorist cell he was sent to infiltrate.
Stuck in a hospital in Berlin and with the help of the Emt who saved his life, he must find and bring evidence of the unsanctioned special op to the people he thinks he can trust.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
In its second run-up-to-Cannes pickup, Film Constellation, Fabien Westerhoff’s newly-launched London-based financing-licensing company, has acquired international sales rights to IFC-distributed U.S. crime drama “The Land.”
Written and directed by Steven Caple Jr. in his feature debut, this slice of Cleveland youth culture features the on-screen presence of hip-hop stars Erykah Badu and Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) and a soundtrack which Westerhoff calls a “who’s who” of American hip-hop artists. These include Nas, Erykah Badu, Machine Gun Kelly, Ezzy, Nosaj Thing, Pusha T. Fashawn and Kanye West.
Exec produced by Nas, and world premiering in Sundance’s Next section, “The Land” will be rolled out in U.S. theaters later tis year, accompanied by a roster of live concerts from soundtrack featured artists. Mass Appeal will release the soundtrack.
A portrait of four kids trapped in an inner-city Cleveland Ohio spiral of poverty and crime, “The Land »
- John Hopewell
Actor Amaury Nolasco's character in Eva Longoria's "Telenovela" is based on his real-life struggles with being stereotyped in Hollywood. In the new NBC comedy premiering Monday, January 4, "Telenovela" goes behind the scenes of a soap opera in which he plays the villain, but on the show his "Rodrigo" character really wants to play the "nice guy" on screen. Nolasco (Prison Break, Street Kings, Max Payne) who often plays villains in films and televsion, tells CineMovie why he'd rather play the romantic leads to actresses like Rachel McAdams.
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9 items from 2016
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