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The Statham sounds like he's on board for the next Fast & Furious film. Plus, plans are ongoing to get Crank 3 made...
So, yesterday, we might just have been in the same room as the mighty Statham himself, and had the chance to question him about one or two of his upcoming projects. He was in town to talk about Paul Feig's incoming comedy Spy, and we'll have the full interview for you next week. But here's what he told us about two upcoming sequels, Crank 3 and Fast & Furious 8.
There's still not much in the way of obvious progress on Crank 3 though, sadly. However, The Statham told us that "Crank 3 is something I've always wanted to do". Promisingly, he added that "The directors want to do it, we're trying to figure things out".
Far more definite is his involvement in Fast & Furious 8. His future filming schedule is set »
Before he heads off to make the next Star Trek film, Simon Pegg is back in UK cinemas this weekend for the really rather good romantic comedy, Man Up. He co-stars with Lake Bell in the movie, and ahead of its release, he spared us some time to chat about the film, and what he's up to next...
Another South Bank movie!
Absolutely, yeah. You make a very good point. »
If you’ve ever watched The Transporter, Crank, or The Expendables and wished you were Jason Statham, then we have some good news. Thanks to a pretty odd promotion from 20th Century Fox for next month’s action comedy Spy, you can get plans for a 3D printed Jason Statham mask. Disclaimer: Whatever you decide to do once […]
The post How Can You Get a 3D Printed Jason Statham Mask? appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
The Rock is too big, Sly Stallone is too old and Steven Seagal looks too much like a sea lion. When you need a man who can chop off a gunman’s hand and use it to shoot someone else in the face, there’s only one person who fits the bill
In Homefront, Jason Statham is a tough, uncompromising DEA agent. In Crank, Jason Statham is a tough, uncompromising hit man. In Hummingbird, Jason Statham is a tough, uncompromising homeless man. In In the Name of the King, Jason Statham is a tough, uncompromising farmer.
Jason Statham is nothing if not consistent. Consistent and tough and uncompromising. But that consistency has won him legions of fans – almost 50 million on Facebook alone. You know what you’re getting with a Jason Statham film. He will beat people up. He will crash cars. He will do an unconvincing American accent. And »
- Adam Gabbatt
Having made his mark as one part of the Neveldine/Taylor filmmaking duo (co-directors of Crank, Gamer and Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance), Mark Neveldine’s first solo effort, the Michael Peña-led good vs. evil film The Vatican Tapes, is set to possess horror audiences when it hits theaters this July 24th, via Pantelion Films. The official one sheet and trailer for the demonic horror film has made its way online, and judging from the trailer, it looks like Neveldine is applying the same breakneck speed, frantic pacing that he and Taylor have become quite well known for executing in their films. I’m curious to see how he does as a solo director, and this could very well be quite the entertaining possession flick.
- Jerry Smith
Officer Downe: Press Release -- "Officer Downe co-creator/screenwriter/producer Joe Casey (Ben 10/Marvel's Avengers Assemble), director/producer Shawn "Clown" Crahan (Slipknot), and producers Man of Action Entertainment (I Kill Giants, The Great Unknown, Big Hero 6 character/team creators from Marvel Comics "Alpha Flight"), Skip Williamson (Underworld), Mark Neveldine (Crank), Cole Payne (Downloading Nancy) and Cory Brennan (Slipknot manager) have cast Tyler Ross (Zombieland, American Milkshake) as Officer Gable opposite previously announced lead, Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy), in the independent film that began principal photography this week in Los Angeles. Lauren Velez (Dexter) has come aboard as Police Chief Berringer, Reno Wilson (Mike & Molly) and Bruno Gunn (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) will portray Officers Carter and Fritch. »
- Derek Anderson
Mark Neveldine, half of the Neveldine/Taylor combo that brought us Crank and Gamer, helms this new horror film about exorcisms and the secret role of the Vatican. Here's another kicker, it was co-written by writer Chris Morgan who is responsible for the best and most profitable films from the Fast and Furious franchise.
The Vatican Tapes follows the ultimate battle between good and evil - God versus Satan. Angela Holmes (Olivia Taylor Dudley) is an ordinary 27-year-old until she begins to have a devastating effect on anyone close, causing serious injury and death.
Holmes is examined and possession is suspected, but when the Vatican is called upon to exorcise the demon, the possession proves to be an ancient satanic force more powerful than ever imagin [Continued ...] »
For some reason, 2015 is the year of the spy spoof.
Earlier this year we got "Kingsman: The Secret Service," which turned out to be something of a surprise hit (especially given its brand new IP and R-rating) and on June 5th comes "Spy," the latest collaboration between director Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy (this is their third, after the hugely successful "Bridesmaids" and "The Heat").
"Spy" turns the espionage thriller on its head; instead of a slick male agent, we get McCarthy's bumbling office drone who's recruited after a Bond-ish spy (Jude Law) gets killed in the field. It could be dopey and crass, but Feig treats the material seriously and gets genuinely inspired performances out of a varied cast that includes Rose Byrne and, surprisingly enough, Jason Statham.
"Spy" premiered at this year's South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, where we sat down with Feig to discuss »
- Drew Taylor
Jason Statham has destroyed more villainous goons than we’ve had hot (and cold) dinners - and we're greedy buggers. He’s back repeating the trick in Paul Feig/Melissa McCarthy espionage action-comedy, Spy. This time, however, he’s playing things for laughs. A new clip from the film showcases his rather insecure agent and comes off like Alan Partridge channelling Daniel Craig's 007. Job done.brightcove.createExperiences();“This arm has been ripped off completely and reattached with this fucking arm,” he barks, desperately asserting his badass credentials in a way that would raise at least one Chev Chelios eyebrow.Statham, who plays a temper-fuelled spy called Rick Ford, has been on Feig’s wishlist since Lock, Stock and more specifically, those two Crank movies. “When people read the Statham role they assumed I’d go for someone like Will Ferrell, but I felt that it had to be the real guy, »
Tonight, the first series of Caitlin and Caroline Moran's sitcom, Raised By Wolves, comes to an end. Heavily inspired and based on their own adventures growing up in the West Midlands - although this particular writer veers geographically more towards Dudley than Wolverhampton - the six episodes have also given Rebekah Staton in particular a standout role as the kind of mum telly doesn't get very often.
Ahead of the series finale tonight, Caroline put down her pen/quill/word processor/Game Of Thrones boxset to spare us some time to talk about it...
It's a basic question, perhaps, but I'm interested in the answer. How has it been having your own sitcom on the television for the past month? How closely are you monitoring feedback and reaction to it? »
Angela Holmes is ordinary 27-year- old until she begins to have a devastating effect on anyone close, causing serious injury and death.
Holmes is examined and possession is suspected, but when the Vatican is called upon to exorcise the demon, the possession proves to be an ancient satanic force more powerful than ever imagined. It’s all up to Father Lozano (Michael Peña) to wage war for more than just Angela’s soul, but for the world as we know it.
- Michelle McCue
A spiritual showdown between Father Lozano (Michael Peña) and a powerful demon takes center stage in director Mark Neveldine's (Crank, Crank: High Voltage) The Vatican Tapes. The official poster for the exorcism film has been revealed, giving us a glimpse of what this satanic entity is capable of.
"The Vatican Tapes follows the ultimate battle between good and evil- God versus Satan. Angela Holmes is an ordinary 27-year- old until she begins to have a devastating effect on anyone close, causing serious injury and death. Holmes is examined and possession is suspected, but when the Vatican is called upon to exorcise the demon, the possession proves to be an ancient satanic force more powerful than ever imagined. It’s all up to Father Lozano (Michael PEÑA) to wage war for more than just Angela’s soul, but for the world as we know it."
Directed by Mark Neveldine from »
- Derek Anderson
I’m not going to lie – I had a pretty good time at South by Southwest this year. Between seeing some of tomorrow’s hottest films (The Final Girls/Turbo Kid) and interviewing names that have been on my journalistic hit-list for years (Ryan Gosling), Austin really hit the spot, but the festival’s biggest surprise came in the form of Paul Feig’s new espionage comedy, Spy.
Starring Melissa McCarthy, I wasn’t completely sold on how her bumbling secret agent would stack up against previous films cut from the same spandex cloth, but my expectations were immediately trounced by Feig’s witty screenplay and McCarthy’s ability to play off her supporting cast. As a fan of the actress, this made me very, very happy.
- Matt Donato
Jason Statham will be in cinemas twice this Summer - first with the just opened "Furious 7," and then in June in Paul Feig's comedy "Spy". During press rounds for the films this week though, he spoke about two other franchises he has been a part of.
First up, "Crank". Statham starred in two films in the series, and the actor says that he hopes to do a third despite his character's apparent immolation at the end of the second film. He tells EW:
"I'd love to do Part 3, put it that way... We've been talking for years about Crank 3. The first Crank, for me, was such a great experience. It's a wacky few weeks that you have with such talented directors [Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor].
There's no rules when you're doing the Crank movies. We just keep going: 'How are we going to get this off the ground?' They have a loose idea. »
- Garth Franklin
This will be a big summer for Jason Statham. He has Furious 7 opening today, where he'll get to show his villainous side. And then he'll get to display his comedic chops in the Paul Feig directed Spy starring opposite Melissa McCarthy. Talking to EW about both projects, the action icon reveals that he still very much wants to make Crank 3.
Those who saw Crank didn't think there was any way they could make Crank High Voltage. But somehow Jason Statham's now legendary Chev Chelios survived a fall from a helicopter. If you've seen the movies, you know Chev has to keep moving to stay alive, which sends him on a race for his life. The second installment ended with Chev seemingly burning to a crisp. Following that up has proven to be a challenge, but they'll get their someday. About the movie, Jason Statham says:
"We've been talking »
With Furious 7 set to make an eye-watering amount of money over the next few days, Jason Statham has decided that this is the pristine time to reveal that he wants to make a third Crank film. During his chat with Entertainment Weekly Jason Statham confirmed that he has been pining for Crank 3 for years. In fact the English actor even gave an update on what the status is for the potential film. Statham revealed, "They have a loose idea." But he admitted that the film.s writers and directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor haven.t actually written a script for the film yet. But what are the chances that Crank 3 will actually happen? Well the first Crank film grossed $42 million from a relatively modest budget of $12 million, which was enough to convince Lionsgate to order a sequel that actually proved to be a financial disappointment. Its budget was »
Jason Statham has made a bunch of movies in his career but few can rival the sheer fun of Crank. Both films are off the wall crazy and the closest thing to an adrenaline rush you can get from a motion picture. With participation in multiple franchises, the Crank series is one that the actor would be happy to revisit. There has been talk of a follow-up to Crank: High Voltage for years but Entertainment Weekly got this update from Statham as they discussed his role in Furious 7. »
- Alex Maidy
With several new members added to its cast, cameras are now rolling on Officer Downe, the feature film adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name from Man of Action/Image Comics. Also included in our latest round-up are details on Anchor Bay Entertainment's I Spit On Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine and a look at a new Freddy Krueger-inspired ice cream cone print from Cavity Colors.
Officer Downe: Press Release - "Officer Downe co-creator/screenwriter/producer Joe Casey (Ben 10/Marvel's Avengers Assemble), director/producer Shawn "Clown" Crahan (Slipknot), and producers Man of Action Entertainment (I Kill Giants, The Great Unknown, Big Hero 6 character/team creators), Skip Williamson (Underworld), Mark Neveldine (Crank), Cole Payne (Downloading Nancy) and Cory Brennan (Slipknot manager) have cast Tyler Ross (Zombieland, American Milkshake) as Officer Gable opposite previously announced lead, Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy), in the independent film that »
- Derek Anderson
Den Of Geek is proud to announce the launch of its first-ever print magazine spin-off...
For some time now, many people have been asking us when we're going to take the leap with Den Of Geek. When are we going to launch a magazine to go with our award-losing website?
Well, we're proud as punch to finally take the covers of something we've been working on for a long, long time.
Today, we reveal Statham User, a new monthly magazine dedicated to the high priest of British action cinema himself. Each month, we'll be analysing the key issues in the Jason Statham Cinematic Universe, as well as bringing together a winning collection of puzzles, gossip and readers' own Statham artwork. We'll also be running a regular monthly picture competition, where we freeze frame the aftermath of a Statham fight scene, and ask you to spot the balls. We'll be giving »
An ancient evil is unleashed in a trailer for The Vatican Tapes.
The horror movie depicts a demonic reckoning, thousands of years in the making, manifesting itself in modern times.
The Vatican Tapes opens on May 22 in the Us. No UK release date has been set. »
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