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Coming to the home formats on Monday 25th September is the new Bruce Willis-led action film First Kill. To celebrate its release on Digital Download and DVD, we have an exclusive clip to share from the film.
The plot of First Kill is as follows:
In an attempt to reconnect with his son Danny, successful Wall Street broker Will (Hayden Christensen; Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Jumper) takes his family on a vacation to the cabin where he grew up. While Will and Danny are hunting, their trip takes a deadly turn when they witness the murder of a crooked police officer as a bank robbery goes awry. When Danny is taken hostage by the criminals, Will is forced to help them evade the police chief investigating the murder (Bruce Willis; Looper, Red) and recover the stolen money in exchange for his son’s life.
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- Paul Heath
“Rachel is very outgoing and her friends are very important to her,” says the source. “Hayden is the opposite. He can be very antisocial.”
On Wednesday, reports surfaced that Bilson and Christensen were calling it quits after nearly 10 years together and had separated about two weeks ago.
The pair, who met on the set of their 2008 film Jumper and are parents to 2½-year-old daughter Briar Rose, have had a series of ups and downs in their time together. »
- Mike Miller
Following recent reports that Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen have split after nine years together, the former Hart of Dixie actress was spotted out in La on Wednesday. Rachel kept a low profile in jeans and sunglasses as she did some shopping at a children's clothing store. While neither Rachel nor Hayden have publicly confirmed the breakup, sources told Us Weekly that the couple has "been on the outs for a couple of months" and Rachel is "full-time back in La," while Hayden is in Toronto. "They are completely, officially done," the insider added. RelatedRachel Bilson's Dating History Is Short and Sweet, Just Like She Is Sparks first flew between Rachel and Hayden in 2007 on the set of their film Jumper, and they got engaged a year later. In August 2010, Rachel and Hayden called off their engagement, but they eventually got back together three months later. Hayden and Rachel are »
- Monica Sisavat
The 36-year-old Hart of Dixie star was seen shopped at Sweet Williams children’s clothing store, wearing a black and white patterned blouse and blue jeans. She accessorized her look with dark shades, tan shoes, and a black messenger bag.
Earlier in the day, reports hit that Bilson and Christensen had separated nearly two weeks ago.
The pair, who met on the set of their 2008 film Jumper and are parents to 2½-year-old daughter Briar Rose, »
- Dave Quinn
Say it ain't so! That was the reaction many pop culture fans had after E! News confirmed Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen had broken up after nearly 10 years together. "They have very different lifestyles and interests," a source explained to E! News. "Rachel is very social and likes to hang out with friends. Hayden is reclusive and off the grid. She accepted that for a long time, but sometimes it was a lot to handle." During their decade-long romance, the couple welcomed a daughter named Briar Rose Christensen. But throughout the love story, these two tried their best to stay out of the public eye. Sure, they attended special red carpet events such as the premiere of Jumper. »
Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen have reportedly broken up after nine years together. While the reason for their split still remains unclear, the pair, who first met on the set of their film Jumper in 2007, shared plenty of sweet moments during their relationship, including the birth of their daughter, Briar Rose, in November 2014. In honor of Rachel and Hayden's time together, we're looking back at the way they were. RelatedThe 1 Thing All of Hayden Christensen's Exes Have in Common »
- Monica Sisavat
The couple, who are parents a 2½-year-old daughter, split two weeks ago after nearly 10 years together, according to The Blast.
Bilson and Christensen, both 36, met on the set of their 2008 film Jumper and got engaged later that year. The couple called off their engagement in August 2010 but reconciled just three months later.
Watch: Rachel Bilson’s Celebrity Crush Might Surprise You!
Though the two were notoriously private, the Heart of Dixie star opened up about their relationship in a 2013 interview with Cosmopolitan.
“I’m a really good girlfriend — I always »
- Jodi Guglielmi
TNT has canceled freshman drama “Will” after one season, Variety has confirmed.
The series told the story of William Shakespeare before he became one of the most famous playwrights of all time. It began with Shakespeare’s arrival in the raucous London theater scene of the 16th century. A period drama told in a contemporary style, “Will” starred newcomer Laurie Davidson alongside Olivia DeJonge (“The Visit,” “Hiding”), Colm Meaney (“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Hell on Wheels”), Mattias Inwood (“The Shanara Chronicles”), Jamie Campbell Bower (“Sweeney Todd,” “The Twilight Saga”) and Ewen Bremner (“Transporting,” “Snowpiercer”). Craig Pearce (“The Great Gatsby”), “Shekhar Kapur” (Elizabeth), Alison Owen (“Elizabeth”), Debra Hayward (“Love Actually”), Vince Gerardis (“Jumper”), Howard Braunstein (“The Informant!”) and Louise Rosager served as executive producers.
The series debuted in July and aired its first season finale on Monday night. It never found a substantial audience, opening to a low 0.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 633,000 viewers on July 10, according »
- Joe Otterson
The nail-biting, action-packed thriller starring Golden Globe nominee Hayden Christensen (2002, Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, Life as a House) and Golden Globe winner Bruce Willis (1987, Best Actor, Television – Musical/Comedy, “Moonlighting”), First Kill, arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD September 5 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. After witnessing the botched murder attempt of a bank robber by his crew during a father-son hunting trip, Will (Hayden Christensen) ends up entangled in a web that forces him to evade the police and recover the stolen heist money to save his son. Directed by Steven C. Miller (Marauders), written for the screen by Nick Gordon, and from the producers of Lone Survivor and 2 Guns, the First Kill Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
Now you can own First Kill on Blu-ray. We Are Movie Geeks has four copies to give away. »
- Tom Stockman
Deadline is reporting that Jamie Bell is teaming with writer-director Julian Simpson (Doctor Who) to develop a small screen reboot of the 2008 film Jumper, which was itself based upon Steven Gould’s novel.
The series is being produced by Studio Canal, New Regency and Lionsgate and follows a teenager with teleportation abilities who suddenly finds himself in the middle of an ancient war between those like him and their sworn annihilators. Bell may potentially reprise his role from the film, which saw him starring alongside Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Samuel L. Jackson and Diane Lane.
In addition to the Jumper reboot, YouTube Red has also placed a series order for a Jumper sequel entitled Impulse, which has the movie’s director Doug Liman attached. Both projects are separate from one another. »
- Gary Collinson
Numbers wise is the only way you could call Jumper a success. There were some decent effects in it and the story wasn’t too bad, but the main problem was the lead actor. Maybe now that Jamie Bell is going to take over in a Jumper TV reboot things will get better. So long as Hayden Christensen doesn’t come near the set things should be okay. His time as a jumper wasn’t one hundred percent horrible but unless he takes a few acting lessons it would be best to leave him out of the project entirely. Jamie Bell has proven
There are now not one, but two Jumper-related shows in the works right now. The director of the 2008 film, Doug Liman, is revisiting author Steven Gould‘s world with a Youtube Red Series. Whether Liman’s series, titled Impulse, has any relation to his critically panned sci-fi film is unknown, but the Jumper series starring Jamie Bell will. The star of The Adventures of […]
- Jack Giroux
For a few years, Doug Liman loosely kicked around the idea of making a sequel to “Jumper,” which you may have forgotten earned $222 million worldwide back in 2008. That feature followup never materialized, but last fall, Liman went to YouTube Red where he’ll be making “Impulse,” a series based on the novel written by Steven Gould, which follows the characters played by Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson (who will not be back), who have a young daughter who inherits her father’s teleportation ability.
- Kevin Jagernauth
- Matthew Erao
Jamie Bell is not stepping back from that ledge, my friend.
A small-screen version of the 2008 film Jumper — which starred Bell, among others, as a man with the ability to “jump” from one place to another in an instant — is being developed for Studio Canal, New Regency and Lionsgate, our sister site Deadline reports. Bell, who may reprise his role from the movie, is developing the project with writer/director Julian Simpson.
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Exclusive: Jamie Bell and Julian Simpson (Doctor Who) are helping to develop a TV reboot of the successful 2008 feature film Jumper for Studio Canal, New Regency and Lionsgate. Bell may be reprising his role from the film for the series which is in development through the multi-faceted TV production and distribution deal between Lionsgate and New Regency. Jumper tells the story of a teenager with teleportation abilities who suddenly finds himself in the middle of an… »
For years Star Wars fans could only dream about the events of the Clone Wars and Anakin Skywalker's fall from grace, as first introduced in the original Star Wars trilogy. The power of the dark side that seduced Darth Vader, the legendary piloting skills of Luke's father, it was all only spoken about, until George Lucas announced plans to finally bring Episodes I, II, and III to life, promising to show us the first meeting between Obi-Wan and Anakin and the fateful duel that turned the newly minted Darth Vader into "more machine than man." And George Lucas needed to find perfect actor to play the role. Which wasn't an easy task by any means.
There were hundreds of screen tests before Lucas enlisted young Jake Lloyd to play the future Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. To say the performance wasn't well received is putting »
Deadline is reporting that Deadpool's Tim Miller looks to have landed the plum gig of directing Fox's adaptation of William Gibson's cyberpunk opus Neuromancer. The current attempt at the adaptation is being produced by Simon Kinberg, his Deadpool producer. Kinberg has had his share of hits but mostly misses over the years, from Deadpool to a lengthy list of, well, it's not encouraging. From Jumper to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Elysium, Chappie, Fantastic Four, and X-Men Apocalypse, the track record gives cause for concern for fans of the seminal cyberpunk novel, the first in Gibson's Sprawl trilogy. Miller only has Deadpool to his credit and is working on rehashing the why-won't-you-just-die-already Terminator franchise. Case was one of the best console cowboys until...
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Rachel Bilson can sing -- and she’s showing off her pipes on Nashville!
On Thursday’s episode of Cmt’s country music drama, titled “Farther On,” the 35-year-old actress showcases her hidden talent when her character, Silicon Valley marketing expert Alyssa Greene, reluctantly takes the stage at a local karaoke bar after some liquid courage. In Et’s exclusive sneak peek, Bilson steals the show when she croons Ray Charles’ classic ballad, “You Don’t Know Me,” leaving everyone speechless.
“My character might get drunk enough to [sing]. That might happen,” Bilson coyly told Et in July. “She’s not going to be belting out any country ballads, but she might have a tipsy tune in there somewhere.”
Related: 'O.C.' Stars Rachel Bilson and Chris Carmack Reunite on 'Nashville' Set
It’s been a beat since Bilson last graced the small screen.
Following the end of The CW’s charming Southern-set medical drama, Hart of Dixie, in early »
Back in October of last year it was reported that Doug Liman was teaming up with YouTube to develop a 60-minute TV pilot for a sequel to the 2008 sci-fi film Jumper, which would be based upon the third novel in Steven Gould’s book series, Impulse.
Well, Variety is now reporting that YouTube has given a full series order to Impulse, which follows Henry (Maddie Hasson), “a rebellious 16-year-old girl who has always felt different from her peers and has longed to escape from her seemingly quaint small town. Henry soon discovers she has the extraordinary ability to teleport.”
“This unique thriller pulled us in right from the opening scene,” said Susanne Daniels, global head of original content at YouTube. “We are thrilled to be in business with Doug Liman and everyone at Ucp and Hypnotic.”
- Gary Collinson
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