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Blake Lively Had an Unexpected Way of Communicating with Leonardo DiCaprio When They Were Dating

30 August 2017 10:53 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Talk about a throwback!

The tenth anniversary of Gossip Girl was commemorated in a deep-dive interview with the cast and creators in Vanity Fair — and revealed some interesting details about Blake Lively and Leonardo DiCaprio‘s short-lived romance.

According to the show’s executive producer Joshua Safran, Lively would send DiCaprio creepy pictures while on set in a way the producer had never seen before.

“When I think about shooting the L.A. episodes, Blake was dating at the time, and she had this thing where she had a doll that she took photos of that she sent to Leo, »

- Ale Russian

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Blake Lively Has "Glamour"

20 August 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek new images of actress Blake Lively ("Gossip Girl") in the September 2017 issue of "Glamour" fashion magazine, photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg:

Lively is best known for her role as 'Serena van der Woodsen' in The CW drama TV series "Gossip Girl" (2007–12). Lively has also starred in features including "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" (2005), "Accepted" (2006)...

..."The Private Lives of Pippa Lee" (2009), "The Town" (2010), "Green Lantern" (2011), "Savages" (2012), "The Age of Adaline" (2015), and "The Shallows" (2016).

"I went straight from high school to 'Gossip Girl,'" said Lively, "and both were very structured, scheduled environments, so I never had freedom to explore and carve my own path.

"But I can read a four-page scene once and have it memorized. It's a skill you learn in school: disposable cramming.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Blake Lively »

- Michael Stevens

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Fox to Release NYPD Thriller ‘The Force’ in March 2019

29 June 2017 5:02 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Fox has set a March 1, 2019, release date for police thriller “The Force,” with “Logan” director James Mangold helming.

The project is based on Don Winslow’s novel “The Force” about corrupt NYPD officers. Fox bought movie rights last year to the crime thriller and set it up with Ridley Scott to produce through his Fox-based Scott Free company along with Michael Schaefer and Shane Salerno.

HarperCollins Publishers’ imprint William Morrow is releasing the novel, which centers on a corrupt sergeant at the NYPD’s most elite crime-fighting unit who must choose between his family, his partners, and his life. »

- Dave McNary

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David Mamet To Write James Mangold’s Cop Drama ‘The Force’

21 June 2017 1:34 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Fresh off of his recent success with “Logan,” director James Mangold lined up an adaptation of Don Winslow’s (“Savages”) NYPD corruption novel “The Force.” Now, Deadline reports, Pulitzer Prize winning playwright David Mamet is in talks to write the adaptation.

The novel, which was just released yesterday, explores a corrupt cop in an elite unit who is being investigated by the feds.

Continue reading David Mamet To Write James Mangold’s Cop Drama ‘The Force’ at The Playlist. »

- Christian Gallichio

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Author Don Winslow Explains The Wild, Dangerous Moviegoing Experience Of 1970s New York City

16 June 2017 8:16 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

While there is a certain nostalgia for the grittier era of 1970s New York City, particularly when contrasted with the increasing gentrification of the city, it’s worth remembering it was hardly a paradise. Crime was rampant, the city could be incredibly dangerous, and not even the sanctity of the cinema could keep you safe.

Author Don Winslow (“The Force,” “Savages“) knows this quite well, and in an interview with The Village Voice he shared what he witnessed working in movie theaters at the time, and it goes far beyond talking and texting during the film:

Read More: New York City Crime Movies: 20 Movies You Need To Watch

I could tell you so many stories.

Continue reading Author Don Winslow Explains The Wild, Dangerous Moviegoing Experience Of 1970s New York City at The Playlist. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Exclusive Interview: Aaron Taylor-Johnson Talks The Wall

12 May 2017 8:35 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Coming off a career best performance as serial killer Ray Marcus in Nocturnal Animals, The Wall actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson has cemented himself as one of the industry’s top young talents. Still only 26 years old, the English actor has balanced blockbuster roles in Godzilla and Avengers: Age of Ultron with versatile work in Joe Wright’s period romance Anna Karenina and Oliver Stone’s gritty crime drama Savages. No stranger to comic book films, the actor rose to stardom playing the titular hero Dave Lizewski in the Kick-Ass films.

In The Wall, Taylor-Johnson stars as Isaac alongside WWE superstar and recent comedy film standout John Cena as two soldiers in a deadly encounter with an Iraqi sniper. Trapped behind a crumbling stone wall, Isaac must battle wits and marksmanship in a deadly cat and mouse game of survival.

We caught up with Aaron Taylor-Johnson during the press day for The Wall »

- Joseph Hernandez

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Gears Of War Adaptation Locks Down Avatar Writer

4 May 2017 8:50 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

There’s been talk of a Gears of War film almost since the time the first game hit the original Xbox back in the mid-2000s. And it makes sense. The game has a very cinematic style, and its hard-action, testosterone-fueled leads very much lends itself to the medium. Of course, like almost every other video game franchise under the sun, there have been some…delays in the development process. 

For whatever reason, an actual Gears of War film has had a hard time getting off the ground. Scripts were written, scripts were rewritten, budgets were raised an scaled back, and every so often we get news of them taking another crack at the franchise. It’s all very much par for the course for most video game adaptations. 

Related: Tomb Raider - Synopsis & First Look At Alicia Vikander As Lara Croft!

When last we heard (which was last October »

- Joseph Medina

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Gears Of War Movie Picks Up Steam After Recruiting Avatar Scribe

4 May 2017 7:22 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Video games are fun. Movies are fun. But when the two combine to produce a live-action feature film – or, by the same token, a tie-in video game in the vein of The Chronicles Of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay – the results often range from disastrous to flat-out disappointment.

2016 was no exception, either, after the back-to-back flops of Assassin’s Creed and Duncan Jones’ budding franchise-starter, Warcraft: The Beginning. There have been rumblings of potential sequels for both blockbusters, but without any tangible development in almost six months, the thought of revisiting the Animus – and indeed the mystical realm of Azeroth – is about to be chalked up as wishful thinking.

But if Hollywood executives have been deterred by those box office bombs, it doesn’t show; The Division and the Alicia Vikander-fronted Tomb Raider are just two examples of high-profile video game movies incubating in development, and Deadline brings »

- Michael Briers

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Gears of War Movie Brings in Avatar Sequel Writer

3 May 2017 6:06 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Now that the long-awaited Gears of War movie found a studio home at Universal last October, the project is finally starting to come together. Universal has brought on screenwriter Shane Salerno, who co-wrote all four upcoming Avatar sequels with James Cameron, to work on on the screenplay. Dylan Clark will produce through his Universal-based production company, although no director is set in stone quite yet.

When Universal announced their partnership with The Coalition, the Microsoft-based company that develops the video game franchise, it was revealed that the movie wouldn't be based on a specific game in the Gears of War franchise, but an original story set in this established universe. Deadline broke the news of Shane Salerno coming aboard to write the script, but no story details have been given as of yet. This popular video game franchise has had a long road to the big screen, but now »

- MovieWeb

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‘Gears of War’ Movie Gains Momentum With ‘Avatar’ Writer Shane Salerno

3 May 2017 4:13 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Universal’s “Gears of War” movie has picked up momentum as the studio has tapped high-profile writer Shane Salerno to write the screenplay.

The move comes seven months after Universal Pictures optioned motion picture rights to Microsoft Studio’s “Gears of War” franchise, based on the Xbox video game series. Dylan Clark (“Planet of the Apes”) is producing.

Salerno’s writing credits include the four sequels to “Avatar” for director James Cameron, which begins shooting in August. Salerno is also writing and producing Fox’s drug drama “The Cartel” for Ridley Scott with filming in January. His other credits include “Armageddon” and Oliver Stone’s “Savages.”

“Gears of War” has generated more than $1 billion in sales with over 45 million players worldwide. Microsoft acquired the “Gears of War” series in 2014 when co-creator Rob Fergusson came on board to lead the Coalition, the Microsoft development studio focused exclusively on “Gears of War. »

- Dave McNary

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Oliver Stone’s ‘The Putin Interviews’: Why the Showtime Series Could Help the Legendary Filmmaker Get His Mojo Back

2 May 2017 8:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Oliver Stone and Vladimir Putin are a match made in heaven. Stone’s upcoming documentary series “The Putin Interviews” could be just the project to give the filmmaker’s career the shot in the arm in desperately needs. The director of iconic films like “Platoon” and “JFK” has never wavered from tackling challenging political stories, both documentaries and narrative features, but the results as of late have been lackluster.

Read More: Michael Moore on Broadway: 5 Things You Should Know About His Attack on Trump

“The Putin Interviews,” a four-night series airing on Showtime this June, could change all that. While Stone has always been an outspoken critic of governments around the world, the recent rise of issues like surveillance, hacking and cyberwarfare have made him even more energized,  and concerned, about current events.

“What’s going on right now is pretty shocking,” Stone said at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. »

- Graham Winfrey

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Oliver Stone Interviews Vladimir Putin, Uncensored, in Showtime’s New Documentary Series ‘The Putin Interviews’

1 May 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Oliver Stone has interviewed Russian president Vladimir Putin more than a dozen times over the past two years. Now, Stone and his documentary producer Fernando Sulichin have turned those chats into “The Putin Interviews,” a four-hour documentary series airing over four nights this June on Showtime.

Check out a first look at “The Putin Interviews” below. Stone most recently interviewed Putin in February, after the U.S. presidential elections (in which Putin and Russia are believed to have actively influenced). Showtime compares “The Putin Interviews” to David Frost’s famed conversations with Richard Nixon in 1977.

Stone and Sulichin were granted wide access to Putin’s personal and professional lives. “It’s not a documentary as much as a question and answer session,” Stone told the Sydney Morning Herald. “”It opens up a whole viewpoint that we as Americans haven’t heard… He talks pretty straight. I think we did him »

- Michael Schneider

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Oliver Stone Interviews Vladimir Putin, Uncensored, in Showtime’s New Documentary Series ‘The Putin Interviews’

1 May 2017 9:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Oliver Stone has interviewed Russian president Vladimir Putin more than a dozen times over the past two years. Now, Stone and his documentary producer Fernando Sulichin have turned those chats into “The Putin Interviews,” a four-hour documentary series airing over four nights this June on Showtime.

Check out a first look at “The Putin Interviews” below. Stone most recently interviewed Putin in February, after the U.S. presidential elections (in which Putin and Russia are believed to have actively influenced). Showtime compares “The Putin Interviews” to David Frost’s famed conversations with Richard Nixon in 1977.

Stone and Sulichin were granted wide access to Putin’s personal and professional lives. “It’s not a documentary as much as a question and answer session,” Stone told the Sydney Morning Herald. “”It opens up a whole viewpoint that we as Americans haven’t heard… He talks pretty straight. I think we did him »

- Michael Schneider

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Blake Lively Talks Balancing Career and Motherhood: 'I Hope My Girls Always Feel What a Priority They Are'

21 April 2017 1:19 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Blake Lively's kids are her number one priority.

The 29-year-old actress stunned in a green Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit as she was honored for her work combating child pornography at Variety's Power of Women event in New York City on Friday, where she opened up about her young daughters. 

Watch: Blake Lively Gives Epic 'Girl Power' Speech at People's Choice Awards: 'No One Can Limit You'

"My family is my priority, and my work fits in and around that," Lively told The Insider on the red carpet. "I've [been] fortunate to have a job I can take my family with me and I can tailor to that, but I hope that my girls always feel what a priority they are, and see that they can be professional, strong, powerful women and they can also be mothers, wives and daughters."

"You don't have to compromise one for the other," she added.

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John Leguizamo Joins ‘Waco’ Miniseries Opposite Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch

24 March 2017 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

John Leguizamo (“Bloodline“) has joined the cast of “Waco,” the upcoming limited-run series based on the explosive 1993 event in the Texas town.

Paramount Network – which Spike TV will morph into next year – is behind the drama, which will recount the 51-day standoff between the FBI, Atf, and David Koresh’s spiritual sect, The Branch Davidians, who were suspected of weapon violations. The crisis eventually resulted in a violent shootout.

Read More: Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch Starring in ‘Waco’ Miniseries Based on 1993 Siege

Leguizamo will play Atf agent Robert Rodriguez, who was sent into Waco to investigate Koresh’s Mount Carmel and help establish a federal case. Ultimately, Rodriguez created bonds with the people he met. Leguizamo, an Emmy-winning actor, joins an already stacked cast, including Michael Shannon (“Take Shelter“) and Taylor Kitsch (“Savages“).

“The role of Robert Rodriguez is little known, but utterly fascinating as he was the only »

- Michael Gonzalez

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John Leguizamo Joins ‘Waco’ Miniseries Opposite Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch

24 March 2017 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

John Leguizamo (“Bloodline“) has joined the cast of “Waco,” the upcoming limited-run series based on the explosive 1993 event in the Texas town.

Paramount Network – which Spike TV will morph into next year – is behind the drama, which will recount the 51-day standoff between the FBI, Atf, and David Koresh’s spiritual sect, The Branch Davidians, who were suspected of weapon violations. The crisis eventually resulted in a violent shootout.

Read More: Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch Starring in ‘Waco’ Miniseries Based on 1993 Siege

Leguizamo will play Atf agent Robert Rodriguez, who was sent into Waco to investigate Koresh’s Mount Carmel and help establish a federal case. Ultimately, Rodriguez created bonds with the people he met. Leguizamo, an Emmy-winning actor, joins an already stacked cast, including Michael Shannon (“Take Shelter“) and Taylor Kitsch (“Savages“).

“The role of Robert Rodriguez is little known, but utterly fascinating as he was the only »

- Michael Gonzalez

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Logan Director James Mangold Finds His Next Project In The Force

16 March 2017 4:41 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Given how successful Logan has turned out to be, both at the box office and with critics, one would assume that director James Mangold has his pick of projects when it comes to what he’ll do next. And while he has expressed interest in possibly making an X-23 film at some point down the road, it seems like he’ll be taking a break from the world of mutants for a while to bring us an adaptation of Don Winslow’s upcoming novel, The Force.

20the Century Fox acquired the rights last year and Mangold will help them develop the project in addition to getting behind the camera to direct. No writer has been chosen yet to bring the story to life on the big screen, but whoever the studio drafts in will be working closely alongside the Logan helmer to deliver what sounds like a very exciting movie. »

- Mark Cassidy

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‘Logan’s’ James Mangold to Direct Fox’s NYPD Drama ‘The Force’

16 March 2017 4:33 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Logan” director James Mangold is in negotiations with Fox to develop and direct an adaptation of Don Winslow’s upcoming novel “The Force” about corrupt NYPD officers.

The talks with Mangold are taking place six months after Fox bought the movie rights to the crime thriller and set it up with Ridley Scott to produce through his Fox-based Scott Free company.

Fox’s sister company HarperCollins Publishers’ imprint William Morrow will release the new novel in June, which centers on a corrupt sergeant at the NYPD’s most elite crime-fighting unit who must choose between his family, his partners, and his life. Michael Schaefer and Shane Salerno are producing with Scott.

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The preemptive deal comes a year after the studio and Scott launched development of Winslow’s bestseller “The Cartel,” which centers on two former friends whose »

- Dave McNary

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Don Winslow & Shane Salerno Reteam To Shape ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon’ Game

10 February 2017 9:59 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Don Winslow and Shane Salerno, who co-wrote the script for Oliver Stone’s Savages based on Winslow’s novel and are co-writing again for Winslow’s The Cartel — are back together again. The pair has teamed to create the cartel-themed narrative for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, the latest video game in Ubisoft series that streets next month. Winslow might know a thing or two about cartels: he wrote 2015’s The Cartel, the second in his drug-war novel series that began… »

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Don Winslow & Shane Salerno Reteam To Shape ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon’ Game

10 February 2017 9:59 AM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Don Winslow and Shane Salerno, who co-wrote the script for Oliver Stone’s Savages based on Winslow’s novel and are co-writing again for Winslow’s The Cartel — are back together again. The pair has teamed to create the cartel-themed narrative for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, the latest video game in Ubisoft series that streets next month. Winslow might know a thing or two about cartels: he wrote 2015’s The Cartel, the second in his drug-war novel series that began… »

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