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Over the years Boris Kodjoe has flown under the radar in Hollywood appearing in small and supporting roles in Love & Basketball, Surrogates, and Bet’s Real Husband’s of Hollywood. But that hasn’t stopped him from attracting somewhat of a cult following as a Hollywood heartthrob though. Appearing in the first episode of Bet’s new anthology series “Tales” he has a chance to increase his status in the entertainment industry. However, being that he hasn’t reached the pentacle of being a Hollywood leading man there’s still a lot that even his most adept followers don’t know about him. Let’s uncover a
Five Things You Didn’t Know about Boris Kodjoe »
- Matt Clark
9 June 2017 11:14 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
With sci-fi actioners Surrogates and Terminator 3 already under his belt, director Jonathan Mostow should have no trouble handling a real-world Euro-thriller like The Hunter’s Prayer, yet control of the narrative appears to rapidly slip from his grasp as the movie’s implausibilities mount. What should be a reliably entertaining, if not especially original, replication of well-worn crime-thriller conventions instead turns into an enervating slog. Audiences seeking mindless diversion are more likely to discover The Hunter’s Prayer on VOD than in theaters, where it doesn’t have, well, a prayer of lasting past opening weekend.
Anti-hero assassins come in various guises, from »
- Justin Lowe
david j. moore chats with filmmaker Jonathan Mostow…
Filmmaker Jonathan Mostow has been making some incredibly entertaining films since his early days, directing such made-for TV movies as Flight of Black Eagle, but it was his film Breakdown, starring Kurt Russell and J.T. Walsh that really put him on the map. Following that success, Mostow wrote and directed the World War II drama U-571, the mega budgeted Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and the Bruce Willis science fiction film Surrogates, and now after a break he’s back with the hitman action drama The Hunter’s Prayer, starring Sam Worthington. In this interview, Mostow talks about his career and his latest endeavor as a filmmaker.
I wanted to start this interview off by telling you how big of a fan of Breakdown I am. I saw a sneak preview of that movie and fell head over heels in love with it. »
Coming to cinemas later this year is The Hunter’s Prayer, the new film from Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines and Breakdown director Jonathan Mostow. I’ve been a fan of Mostow since that awesome 1990s Kurt Russell-led thriller (remind yourself here) and can’t wait to see what he’s got in store with this Sam Worthington starrer.
Here’s a bit of insight into the new film via the official synopsis as provided by the U.S. distributors.
This high octane thriller focuses on Lucas, (Sam Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Odeya Rush). When he can’t bring himself to pull the trigger the plan falls apart, setting in motion a twisted game of cat and mouse. Now both are marked for death and forced to form an uneasy alliance. Relentlessly pursued across Europe, their only hope for survival is »
- Paul Heath
4 items from 2017
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