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Screen Yorkshire backs $25m action film

7 hours ago | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Co-pro Hunter’s Prayer marks largest investment and first Us production for fund.

Screen Yorkshire has made its biggest production investment to date on $25m Us-uk co-production Hunter’s Prayer (previously known as For The Dogs).

Avatar and Clash of the Titans star Sam Worthington will star as an assassin in director Jonathan Mostow’s (Terminator 3) thriller, which is due to shoot in the UK and Hungary in 2015.

The film is the first Us production to get backing from Screen Yorkshire, which would not reveal the amount invested but confirmed it to be above £1m.

Casting is currently underway on the female lead. Emma Roberts and Hailee Steinfeld were both previously linked to the project but are no longer in the frame.

Based on the novel For The Dogs by Kevin Wignall, the script has been adapted for the screen by Paul Leyden, Oren Moverman, John Brancato and Michael Ferris.

Producers are [link »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Beyond Fright Review: Sabotage

20 July 2014 2:58 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

A film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger comes with a decently hefty amount of expectations, due to his filmography being completely full of films that helped establish his role as the guy who has blown more buildings up, delivered more one liners, and muscled his way through more bad guys than any other badass working today. When an actor gets that insanely huge amount of baggage, it’s hard for viewers to think of him as anything other than that, causing any testing of the waters to be less successful and well received. Thankfully though, Schwarzenegger is able to rise above that and give fans a very unexpected yet interesting performance in David Ayer’s gritty as hell film Sabotage.

Following a covert operation that ends with 10 million dollars of drug cartel money missing, DEA Agent Breacher (Schwarzenegger) and his hardcore team of undercover agents are put under investigation, with each member »

- Jerry Smith

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Queen's Guard Nails the 'Game of Thrones' Theme Song

19 July 2014 12:41 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Queen Elizabeth II might have declined the opportunity to sit in the Iron Throne of Westeros last month, but that doesn't mean she's above having the Queen's Guard perform the Game of Thrones theme song from time to time. Incoming visual evidence, via Vulture:

George R.R. Martin: The Rolling Stone Interview

There they are, the official, real-life Queen's Guard of England, serving up an ace rendition of the Emmy-nominated HBO series' rousing title credits tune outside Buckingham Palace in London. The Thrones theme is no stranger to reinterpretation — in 2014 alone, »

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It's Been a Year Already?

17 July 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

"The heart wants what it wants," Woody Allen has taught us, and apparently what his heart wants these days is not to have to bother with writing second drafts of film scripts. His latest, Magic in the Moonlight, plays like a sumptuous vacation, its stars larking in '20s finery about the grandest estates of Provence and Côte d'Azur. Each frame is buttered by heavenly wealth -- the splendor is part Gatsby, part Mount Olympus from the original Clash of the Titans. But as the stars roam those gardens and vistas in their jaunty flapper couture, the story feels shapeless, un-tailored, defiantly off the rack. Magic in the Moonlight's mystery is pedestrian and predictable, and its lovers -- Colin Firth and Emma Stone -- fall for one anoth »

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‘Dracula Untold’: Luke Evans Explains What Makes His Dracula Different

15 July 2014 9:01 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

It might be hard to imagine but Luke Evans only arrived on the Hollywood movie scene in 2010. Since that time, the star of Dracula Untold has been seen in a wide variety of films – including several blockbuster franchises: Clash of the Titans, Fast and Furious 6, and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, among others – with upcoming roles in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and The Crow reboot. Evans’ star is on the rise – portraying a wide mix of memorable characters from malevolent baddies to charming heroes.

However, the actor’s biggest challenge, so far, may be his turn as Vlad III Țepeș (aka Vlad the Impaler aka Dracula) ...

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- Ben Kendrick

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'Dracula Untold': Luke Evans has his 'own fangs' - but can he kill as a leading man?

15 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If nothing else, Luke Evans has one distinct physical attribute that makes him the perfect choice to play Dracula. “I have my own fangs,” jokes the actor on the set of forthcoming origin actioner “Dracula Untold.” And he does – look at any photo where the “Fast & Furious 6” baddie is showing his teeth and you’ll notice his prominent canines immediately. Fortuitous? Certainly. But of course, his pearlies aren’t what bagged him the part. Being Luke Evans did. The Welsh actor has been such a ubiquitous big-screen presence over the last several years that it’s easy to forget that his first major Hollywood film, 2010’s “Clash of the Titans,” is only four years old.  Since then he’s racked up quite an impressive resume, from Paul W.S. Anderson’s “Three Musketeers” to sword-n-sandals actioner “Immortals” to “F&F 6” to his role as the Bard in the last two »

- Chris Eggertsen

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Doubling Down on Disappointment: Pacific Rim 2

9 July 2014 12:50 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Anghus Houvouras on Legendary Pictures’ decision to double down on Pacific Rim 2

$400 million. That’s the line. The threshold your movie has to cross in order for your big budget studio tent-pole film to be considered for a franchise. The veritable break-even number for films that in this risk averse studio system will warrant consideration for another installment.

The recent announcement that Pacific Rim is going to get a sequel was something of a surprise seeing how the first film was seen as a disappointment. In the United States the film barely cracked the the $100 million mark. Internationally, it fared better bringing the worldwide total to $400 million. Given the movies’ sizable budget and P.R. campaign, the movie didn’t recover its initial investment. It was by no means a bomb, but you couldn’t exactly call it a hit either. It was an average film with an average performance, »

- Anghus Houvouras

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Let the Hunt Begin! Fan Film Predator: Dark Ages to Feature Predator vs. Knights Templar

9 July 2014 10:36 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Predator. The ultimate killing machine. He went up against two men who went on to become United States governors in his first film, and he just kept kicking ass from there. But how would he fare in medieval times? The short film Predator: Dark Ages will ask that question.

Featuring a premise that will pit the intergalactic headhunter against the Knights Templar, Predator: Dark Ages promises to be a fan film extraordinaire. The director will be award-winning filmmaker James Bushe.

Actors currently attached to the project are Adrian Bouchet (Clash of the Titans, Alien vs. Predator), Jon Campling (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2), Ben Loyd-Holmes ("Da Vinci's Demons"), Zara Phythian (He Who Dares), and Amed Hashimi (47 Ronin).

Check out the teaser trailer below, and to help this project become a reality, visit the Predator: Dark Ages Kickstarter page, "like" Predator: Dark Ages on Facebook and follow Predator: Dark »

- Scott Hallam

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First Look At Sacha Baron Cohen As 'Grimsby'

3 July 2014 12:29 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

While the Adam Sandler and Kevin James types of the world lazily riff on their personas each time out, there are few in the comedy world who commit so fully to their character creations than Sacha Baron Cohen. He thinks of every detail, backwards and forwards, and is determined to deliver something three dimensional each time out. And that's why we look forward to his big screen work every single time. And coming next summer is "Grimsby," an action/comedy vehicle, directed by Louis Leterrier ("Clash Of The Titans," "Now You See Me"). The first look is here, and once again, Cohen has transformed. This time around he's playing a dim soccer fan who gets tangled up with his long lost brother, who also happens to be a secret agent. Mark Strong, Annabelle Wallis, David Harewood, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe, Johnny Vegas, Rebel Wilson and Isla Fisher star in this one, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Stalingrad Helmer Fedor Bondarchuk Snags Warner Bros.’ Greek Epic Odysseus

2 July 2014 8:34 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The first big-budget Russian blockbuster, WWII epic Stalingrad, was an absolutely stunning visual experience, and when it became the highest-grossing film in Russian cinematic history, it seemed pretty clear that we hadn’t heard the last of its director, Fedor Bondarchuk. Now, it appears that Warner Bros. has recruited the helmer to direct its big-budget Greek epic Odysseus, which aims to turn the classic tale transcribed in Homer’s The Odyssey into an action-packed spectacle.

Bondarchuk, the son of Oscar-winning helmer Sergei Bondarchuk (who received the Best Foreign Film Oscar for his movie War and Peace back in 1968), made Stalingrad for around $30 million, and the flick went on to gross $66 million, setting records in Russia. It was also the first Russian movie to be shot in IMAX 3D. Despite Stalingrad featuring a huge amount of battle sequences, Bondarchuk kept the budget low by staging everything without the use of green screen or extensive special effects, »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Let Us Prey Set to Burn the House Down: Early Stills

2 July 2014 6:49 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Let Us Prey is an Irish and British co-production (Fantastic Films). This horrifying title was partially funded by the Irish Film Board. In the film, chaos destroys a small seaside town, by way of a strange traveller. This title stars Liam Cunningham (Clash of the Titans), Sophie Stephanie Farmer and Niall Greig Fulton. Recently, a teaser trailer was released for the film, which is found below. As well, several photos are now available for Let Us Prey. In the story, a vagabond is picked up and placed in a cell. Strange omens appear in a backwater town. And, destruction hits this isolated community, with little rhyme nor reason. Fans of horror can preview Let Us Prey here. This title has recently shown at several film festivals, including the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Here, this title had its United Kingdom premiere. A North American release and distribution date is sure to »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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New Images For ‘Exodus: Gods And Kings’ Starring Christian Bale

2 July 2014 3:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Previously we’d just had the one shot, back on January 1st, but now we’ve got a host of new stills to share for Exodus: Gods And Kings starring Christian Bale and directed by Ridley Scott.

It seems that with this new look, they’ve also added more to the title as it was originally just titled Exodus but maybe they felt a Clash Of The Titans or 300 extra part was needed to drag in the crowds and to avoid thinking it’s the film version of Bob Marley’s 1977 album. Probably. 

In this film, Bale plays Moses and it’ll chronicle his life and story of him leading the Israelite slaves out of Egypt. It’ll feature his revolution against Pharaoh Ramses II (Joel Edgerton) and also co-stars Aaron Paul, Ben Kingsley, John Turturro and Sigourney Weaver. Noah didn’t go down that well but the biblical epic »

- Dan Bullock

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Olivia Munn in Talks for 'Ride Along 2'

1 July 2014 4:20 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Olivia Munn is in negotiations to join Ice Cube and Kevin Hart in Ride Along 2. The actress still has to work out shooting dates, so she can film both the comedy sequel and Season 3 of HBO's The Newsroom, which starts production very soon.

No details were given for Olivia Munn's character, but the story reportedly takes place in Miami, where James Payton (Ice Cube) and Ben Barner (Kevin Hart) visit for, "fun, chaos and shenanigans." Benjamin Bratt signed on for an unspecified role last week.

Tim Story (Ride Along, Think Like a Man Too) is directing from a script by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi (Clash of the Titans, R.I.P.D.).

Ice Cube and his CubeVision partner Matt Alvarez are producing alongside William Packer and Larry Brezner. The original Ride Along set a box office record for the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, with an impressive $41.5 million opening weekend »

- MovieWeb

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Fox Ends Production on Period Drama ‘Hieroglyph’

30 June 2014 7:30 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Fox has ended production on its ambitious period drama “Hieroglyph” from creator/executive producer Travis Beacham (“Pacific Rim,” “Clash of the Titans”). The broadcast network decided not to move forward on the series, a Fox representative told TheWrap. Individuals with knowledge of the decision told TheWrap that the network pulled the plug because the series wasn't coming together as it had hoped. Also read: Gail Berman, Fox Networks Partner on New Production Company, the Jackal Group Fox ordered “Hieroglyph” straight to series last October, a decision that would spread the costs and resources of the series across multiple episodes. And although this project didn't work. »

- Jethro Nededog

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Fox cancels sexy Egypt fantasy 'Hieroglyph' before premiere

30 June 2014 6:59 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Fox has decided not to make its ambitious Ancient Egypt drama series after all.

The network is shutting down Hieroglyph, the network’s sexy historical-fantasy thriller that was previously given a straight-to-series order for midseason.

The show’s writers were informed earlier Monday, sources say. The show starred Max Brown, Reece Ritchie, Condola Rashad and John Rhys-Davies. Only one episode had been shot, but scripts had been written for several more episodes. We’re told that the series wasn’t creatively coming together the way executives had hoped.

The move follows the departure of Fox’s former programming chief Kevin Reilly, »

- James Hibberd

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Let Ghostbusters Die Already

22 June 2014 12:34 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Anghus Houvouras on why we should let Ghostbusters die already…

We are nostalgic to a fault.

That’s the thought that keeps ringing through my mind as I swim through the wake of remakes, reboots, and re-imaginings being put into production time and again. We’re living in the age of the franchise wars where studios only want to commit money to known properties. Hollywood is risk averse and new intellectual properties are about as likely to be given the green light as a Joe Ezsterhas biopic starring Dog the Bounty Hunter.

In previous columns I’ve referred to the current state of Hollywood as ‘Zombie Cinema’, where every dead franchise now has a chance to be resurrected. We’re living in an age where fans and filmmakers seem almost desperate to not let go of the properties they once loved. A generation of audiences who want nothing but the »

- Anghus Houvouras

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100 years of animated characters in live-action films

17 June 2014 8:44 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From 1914 to Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes in the present, Ryan charts the evolution of animated characters in live-action film...

Feature

Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes and this year's Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes chart the ascendance of a new, genetically-modified species of intelligent ape. Yet behind the scenes, these films also show us the technical evolution of digital effects, and how seamlessly live-action and computer-generated characters can be blended.

Where 20th Century Fox's earlier Planet Of The Apes films, beginning in 1968, used actors and prosthetic effects to bring their talking simians to life, Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes used the latest developments in performance capture to create some extraordinarily realistic characters. With its story told largely from the perspective of a genetically-modified chimpanzee named Caesar, Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' success hinged on the quality of its effects »

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First Look: ‘Dracula Untold’ Gives Vlad the ‘Batman Begins’ Treatment

16 June 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Luke Evans is one of those actors who constantly seems to be on the verge of breaking out, without quite getting there. He’s appeared in lots of high-profile projects (Clash of the Titans, The Three Musketeers, Immortals, The Raven) and even a couple of pretty good high-profile projects (The Hobbit, Fast & Furious 6), without […]

The post First Look: ‘Dracula Untold’ Gives Vlad the ‘Batman Begins’ Treatment appeared first on /Film. »

- Angie Han

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Isla Fisher Joins Her Husband Sacha Baron Cohen in 'Grimsby'

13 June 2014 4:38 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Isla Fisher has signed on to join her husband Sacha Baron Cohen in the Warner Bros. comedy Grimsby.

The story centers on a highly-trained British spy (Mark Strong) who is forced to go on the run with his idiotic soccer hooligan brother (Sacha Baron Cohen). Isla Fisher is said to be playing either a "femme fatale or other comely vixen." She joins a supporting cast that also includes Annabelle Wallis, Rebel Wilson, David Harewood, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe and Johnny Vegas.

Louis Leterrier (Now You See Me, Clash of the Titans) is directing from a screenplay by Phil Johnston (Cedar Rapids), Peter Baynham (The Dictator) and Sacha Baron Cohen, based on an original story by Sacha Baron Cohen and Phil Johnston. Sacha Baron Cohen and Nira Park are producing, with shooting scheduled to begin this summer.

Isla Fisher is coming off of roles in The Great Gatsby and Now You See Me, »

- MovieWeb

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Rebel Wilson Joins Sacha Baron Cohen in 'Grimsby'

12 June 2014 1:38 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Rebel Wilson has signed on to star in Sony Pictures' action-comedy Grimsby, alongside Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong and Annabelle Wallis.

The story centers on a British black ops spy, who is forced to go on the run with his idiotic, soccer hooligan brother (Sacha Baron Cohen). Annabelle Wallis is playing one of the soccer hooligan's suitors, although no details were released regarding Rebel Wilson's role. David Harewood, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe and Johnny Vegas also star.

Louis Leterrier (Now You See Me, Clash of the Titans) is directing from a screenplay by Phil Johnston (Cedar Rapids), Peter Baynham (The Dictator) and Sacha Baron Cohen, based on a story originally created by Sacha Baron Cohen and Phil Johnston. Sacha Baron Cohen and Nira Park are producing, with shooting scheduled to begin this summer.

Rebel Wilson recently wrapped production on Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, and she »

- MovieWeb

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