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Multivision Multimedia to bring Nicolas Cage’s Stolen in India on 9th November : International News

25 October 2012 12:29 PM, PDT | Bollywood Trade | See recent Bollywood Trade news »

Multivision Multimedia, the biggest independent distribution house in the Indian subcontinent, is all set to bring fast paced action thriller Stolen to India in the first week of November. Stolen is a story about a father and a former thief played by Nicolas Cage whose daughter gets kidnapped. The movie is directed by Simon West who also directed the blockbuster The Expendables 2 that came out this year. The movie will be released in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The story follows Will Montgomery (played by Nicolas Cage), a master thief who has been sent to prison for 8 years. Read More »

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Multivision Multimedia to bring Nicolas Cage’s Stolen in India on 9th November : International News

25 October 2012 12:29 PM, PDT | Bollywood Trade | See recent Bollywood Trade news »

Multivision Multimedia, the biggest independent distribution house in the Indian subcontinent, is all set to bring fast paced action thriller Stolen to India in the first week of November. Stolen is a story about a father and a former thief played by Nicolas Cage whose daughter gets kidnapped. The movie is directed by Simon West who also directed the blockbuster The Expendables 2 that came out this year. The movie will be released in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The story follows Will Montgomery (played by Nicolas Cage), a master thief who has been sent to prison for 8 years. Read More »

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Nicolas Cage May Be ‘Left Behind’ With Born-Again Bees!

19 October 2012 6:00 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Just how bad is Nicolas Cage‘s IRS bill? It’s no secret that Cage started taking any offer a few years back in an effort to stave off the tax man, and the result has been a series of films that not even he can tell apart. Seriously, can you spot the difference between Seeking Justice, Trespass, and Stolen? He’s managed to mix in a few accidental gems along the way, but it’s still a sad state of affairs for an Academy Award-winning actor with both talent and personality to spare. But that was just the beginning of his fall though. Per Variety, Cage is negotiating to star in a theatrical reboot of the Left Behind series. Holy shit indeed. Left Behind is the first installment of a bestselling, sixteen-book series by Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins that chronicles the adventures of the sinners left on Earth after the Rapture has sucked all the »

- Rob Hunter

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Nicolas Cage May Be 'Left Behind'

19 October 2012 7:40 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Nicolas Cage is in talks to star in Left Behind based on the Tim Lahayek and Jerry Jenkins series of books. Variety reports that the remake of the Christian-themed film trilogy marks the debut production of new company Stoney Lake Entertainment headed by Pal Lalonde of Cloud Ten Pictures. The action thriller budgeted at $15 million is being scripted by John Patus, writer of "Left Behind: World at War," as well as Lalonde. The story follows a group of survivors in the first few hours after the rapture and starts production early spring, looking at a wide release in the fourth quarter of 2013. Kirk Cameron starred in the original trilogy. Cage was last seen in Simon West's Stolen thriller with Malin Akerman, Danny Huston and Josh Lucas. He's completed work on The Frozen Ground thriller with John Cusack, Radha Mitchell and Vanessa Hudgens. He's also in post-production phase on The Croods »

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Nicolas Cage May Be 'Left Behind'

19 October 2012 7:40 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Nicolas Cage is in talks to star in Left Behind based on the Tim Lahayek and Jerry Jenkins series of books. Variety reports that the remake of the Christian-themed film trilogy marks the debut production of new company Stoney Lake Entertainment headed by Pal Lalonde of Cloud Ten Pictures. The action thriller budgeted at $15 million is being scripted by John Patus, writer of "Left Behind: World at War," as well as Lalonde. The story follows a group of survivors in the first few hours after the rapture and starts production early spring, looking at a wide release in the fourth quarter of 2013. Kirk Cameron starred in the original trilogy. Cage was last seen in Simon West's Stolen thriller with Malin Akerman, Danny Huston and Josh Lucas. He's completed work on The Frozen Ground thriller with John Cusack, Radha Mitchell and Vanessa Hudgens. He's also in post-production phase on The Croods »

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Movie Review - Stolen (2012)

9 October 2012 3:01 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Stolen, 2012.

Directed by Simon West.

Starring Nicolas Cage, Josh Lucas, Malin Akerman, Danny Huston, Sami Gayle, Edrick Browne, Mark Valley and M.C. Gainey.

Synopsis:

A former thief frantically searches for his missing daughter, who has been kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a taxi.

Last year Nicolas Cage had four films released, three of which made it to my top 10 worst of the year (Trespass, Season of the Witch, and Drive Angry) and his most recent output, Stolen, is sure to find a place on the list come December of this year. It is dreadful and marks his sixth appallingly bad film in a row.

Stolen is nothing more than a made-for-tv film with an Academy Award-winner headlining, giving it just enough pedigree to warrant it a cinematic release. However, the film was only released for 14 days at 141 cinemas in the Us; to put that in perspective, Cage’s »

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Stolen Review

7 October 2012 8:22 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

So, Con Air director Simon West and actor Nicolas Cage re-teamed for a rousing heist film this year called Stolen, but you probably didn’t know that. Why? Because neither did I.

Penned by Safe House writer David Guggenheim, Stolen opened a few weeks ago to a confusingly limited release (141 screens), boasting a befuddling marketing campaign which was ineffectively non-existent. The most I can remember seeing was a small web-site banner here and there, obviously inefficient by the lack of recollection.

But with Simon West coming off his smash-hit sequel The Expendables 2 and routine eccentric Nic Cage drawing hype no matter what film he takes, such an undeservedly small release is only made even more perplexing by a strong supporting cast including Josh Lucas, Malin Akerman, Danny Huston and newcomer Sami Gayle. I’m sure all parties involved are scratching their heads at the underutilized selling points and terrible promotion, »

- Matt Donato

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TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from New Girl, Grey's Anatomy, Himym and More!

6 October 2012 10:30 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It might’ve started with Family Ties and “At This Moment.” Or maybe it was Friends‘ Ross and Rachel going on a break to the strains of “With or Without You.” Somewhere along the way, we started associating great songs with the big TV moments they’d accompanied, and we’re betting you do the same.

Since the fall season has already offered up some great iPod fodder, we’re helping you get your groove on by compiling a list of recent TV tunes that struck us as awesome, complete with song and artist information in case you want to »

- Kimberly Roots

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‘Sons of Anarchy’ Season 5 Episode 4: Farewell to a Friend & Family Squabbles

2 October 2012 9:15 PM, PDT | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

“What the hell’s happening to us.” – Gemma

Sons of Anarchy Episode 5.4, “Stolen Huffy,” gave us a chance to breath after Opie’s brutal death. Outside of a “cat” fight and a brief car chase, the episode focused on the shifting dynamic within the club. We also got a chance to say a quiet goodbye to our friend, Opie (Ryan Hurst).

Club Business

Samcro isn’t too happy about shelling out half of their coke muling take to Pope. But it’s been voted in. Tig, true to his word, adamantly backed Jax’s decision. Since Pope has the law and politicians on his side, the club will bide its time before dishing out any retaliation.

Clay Morrow

Clay’s got no problem letting his voice be heard at the table. Without directly blaming Jax, he suggested that giving Pope half of their take as well as allowing the kingpin »

- Bags Hooper

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ABC Banks Their New Comedy Shows On Malin Akerman & Rebel Wilson

26 September 2012 8:58 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Following breakthrough supporting turns in “Bridesmaids” and “Watchmen” respectively, Rebel Wilson and Malin Akerman have experienced a jump to more prominent roles, but of varying degrees of quality. Wilson recently plumbed the raunchy comedy route to much less success in the appalling “Bachelorette,” while Akerman impressed in the unfairly overlooked "Wanderlust," but als co-starred in the already forgotten Nicolas Cage thriller “Stolen.” But now it seems the small screen might fit both actresses' wishes, and on the same network no less. ABC has announced it will take on two new comedy pilots, and for Wilson's network TV debut, “Super Fun Night,” she's accrued quite the wealth of talent to back her up. Conan O'Brien will executive produce the series, while “30 Rock” showrunner John Riggi is involved in the same position as for that show. Originally developed as a multi-camera, CBS...

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- Charlie Schmidlin

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Malin Akerman Set For ABC’s ‘Trophy Wife’, Lifts Pilot’s Contingency

25 September 2012 12:14 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Malin Akerman is now set to star in ABC‘s recently picked-up single-camera comedy pilot Trophy Wife, written and executive produced by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins and executive produced by Bad Teacher scribes Lee Eisenberg & Gene Stupnitsky. Akerman had been in negotiations for the lead in the project, which received a cast-contingent pilot order earlier this month. With her on board, the contingency is lifted, and the pilot will be heading to production. Trophy Wife was originally developed last season, and I hear ABC’s decision to give it a pilot order hinged on the producers being able to land Akerman. Produced by ABC Studios, Trophy Wife centers on reformed party girl Kate (Akerman), who finds herself with an insta-family when she falls in love with a man with three manipulative kids and two judgmental ex-wives. The project reunites Akerman with ABC, where she starred in the comedy pilot Smart One this past season. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Justice League Film: Who Would Be Cast in the 90s?

25 September 2012 3:36 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Ah, 1999. Debatably one of the finest years for film. For today, I pose the question of what would the upcoming Justice League movie have looked like if it were coming right out of the 90s? A look back at some of the hot properties (some of which have held strong today, others have fallen through the cracks) that really got us going to the theater (well, those of us that could drive at the time) to see the likes of American Beauty, Fight Club, and The Avengers.

Not that The Avengers.

6. Martian Manhunter – Nicolas Cage

Say what you will about Cage’s recent outings with his latest entries on his filmography; Cage was a 90s powerhouse and was really able to strut his stuff. With Face/Off, Con Air, The Rock, and an Academy Award for Best Actor in Leaving Las Vegas, it’s hard to see how Cage wouldn »

- Cameron Domino Carpenter

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Weekend Report: 'Resident Evil 5,' 'Nemo 3D' Lead Another Slow Weekend

16 September 2012 1:00 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Two major new releases had fine openings this weekend, though they weren't strong enough to resurrect a depressed domestic box office. The fifth Resident Evil movie took first place, though it was a bit disappointing by series standards, while Finding Nemo (3D) reinforced the notion that 3D re-releases have limited potential. The main bright spots this weekend came from the specialty market, with Arbitrage and The Master scoring impressive debuts in limited release. Overall, the Top 12 earned $69 million, which is the second-worst weekend of the year and is off 20 percent from the same frame last year.Resident Evil: Retribution opened to $21.05 million from 3,012 locations this weekend. That's noticeably lower than the last Resident Evil movie ($26.7 million), and also off from Extinction ($23.7 million) and Apocalypse ($23 million). It did at least open higher than the 2002 original ($17.7 million), though it sold many fewer tickets.While it's easy to say that Resident Evil's »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Box office report: 'Resident Evil' outswims 'Nemo' with $21.1 million; 'The Master' off to record-breaking start

16 September 2012 11:01 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

It was a great weekend to be a director named Paul Anderson.

Not only did Paul W.S. Anderson’s Resident Evil: Retribution become his fourth straight Resident Evil film to debut atop the chart; Paul Thomas Anderson’s drama The Master had one of the best opening weekends of all time in limited release.

In first place, Resident Evil: Retribution, the fifth entry in the stalwart horror/action franchise, earned $21.1 million — 21 percent less than 2010′s Resident Evil: Afterlife, which began with $26.7 million. This is the first time that a Resident Evil movie has earned less than its predecessor. The original »

- Grady Smith

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Video: Nicolas Cage and Josh Lucas Go Head To Head in Stolen

15 September 2012 3:47 PM, PDT | CineMovie | See recent CineMovie news »

Nicolas Cage returns in another low-key action movie with his Con Air director Simon West taking the helm of Stolen.  Watch a clip from the movie co-starring the usually handsome Josh Lucas looking pretty deranged.

Stolen, now playing in movie theaters, re-teams director Simon West and Nicolas Cage for the first time since the 1997 blockbuster Con Air for Stolen, a unique fast paced action thriller that takes place during 10 frantic hours on Mardi Gras day in New Orleans.  The film also stars Josh Lucas, Danny Huston, Malin Akerman, Sami Gayle, Mark Valley and M.C. Gainey.

The story follows Will Montgomery (Cage), a master thief who has been sent to prison for 8 years after being double-crossed in a heist gone awry.  Upon his release, he’s ready to leave his criminal past behind and rebuild his relationship with estranged daughter, Alison

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New to Theatres This Weekend: Resident Evil: Retribution, Finding Nemo 3D, The Master

14 September 2012 6:39 AM, PDT | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

The fall movie season is getting off to a pretty slow start, but on the bright side, at least some of this year's awards contenders are finally starting to surface. Resident Evil: Retribution is the biggest release of the week and is well-positioned to rake in some serious cash considering the lack of competition. Finding Nemo 3D is the only other major release, and it remains to be seen whether it can be as successful as some of the other Disney 3D re-releases. In select theatres, P.T. Anderson's The Master finally opens today, and although it's playing on just five screens, it will be expanding the following weekend. Other limited releases include the Richard Gere thriller Arbitrage, revenge heist flick Stolen starring Nicolas Cage, and high school reunion dramedy 10 Years starring Channing Tatum and Rosario Dawson. What will you be watching this weekend? Resident Evil: Retribution Finding Nemo 3D »

- Sean

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Forecast: 'Resident Evil,' 'Nemo' Should Revive the Box Office This Weekend

13 September 2012 5:59 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Midnight Update: Resident Evil: Retribution grossed an estimated $665,000 at midnight last night, which is up a bit from the last Resident Evil's $625,000. That movie went on to set a series record with a $26.7 million debut, and Retribution will likely wind up at about the same level for the three-day weekend. Coming off the lowest-grossing weekend in at least four years, the box office is poised to get some serious help from two trustworthy brands this weekend: the fifth Resident Evil movie reaches 3,012 locations, while Finding Nemo's 3D re-release swims in to 2,904 venues. Also worth keeping an eye on are Last Ounce of Courage, which will try to tap in to the heartland audience at 1,407 theaters, and Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, which should score one of the top per-theater averages ever at five venues in New York and Los Angeles. Compared to most franchises, Resident Evil is »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Malin Akerman In Negotiations To Star In ABC Comedy Pilot ‘Trophy Wife’

13 September 2012 11:45 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: ABC is moving swiftly on casting its newly picked up single-camera comedy pilot Trophy Wife, written and executive produced by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins and executive produced by Bad Teacher scribes Lee Eisenberg & Gene Stupnitsky. Malin Akerman is in negotiations for the lead in the project, which received a cast-contingent pilot order on Friday. Produced by ABC Studios, Trophy Wife centers on reformed party girl Kate (Akerman), who finds herself with an insta-family when she falls in love with a man with three manipulative kids and two judgmental ex-wives. The project would reunite Akerman with ABC, where she starred in the comedy pilot Smart One this past season. Following a co-starring turn in Lisa Kudrow’s cult HBO series The Comeback, Wme-repped Akerman has been focused primarily on features while being actively pursued for pilots. Her upcoming films include Cbgb, The Numbers Station opposite John Cusack and Stolen with Nicolas Cage. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Josh Lucas Turns Us On -- to Movies, Music & More

13 September 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Josh Lucas may not be the first person you think of when picking a bad guy for a Nicolas Cage thriller — he was so adorably nice in "Sweet Home Alabama" — but that didn't stop the makers of his latest film, "Stolen," in theaters Friday.

In the movie, he kidnaps his former partner's teenage daughter and gives Cage only 12 hours to deliver some serious dough (like, bank-robbing amounts of dough) and keep her alive.

Thankfully, he's a bit more like the rom-com version of himself — which can also be seen in "Red Dog," currently available on DVD and On Demand — in real life. And, as such, he has some awesomely interesting tastes when it comes to movies, music and more. How do we know? Because we asked him to turn us on to his favorite pop culture picks.

Movies 'Betty Blue'

This erotic French romance from the '80s is one of the sexiest films ever, »

- NextMovie Staff

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Nicolas Cage Has Wrath. Is Wrath.

12 September 2012 8:44 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Nicolas Cage does a lot of movies these days, and it seems like half of them end up on direct-to-dvd with a limited theatrical release, but let’s face it, that’s essentially direct-to-dvd when it only opens in a handful of theaters to fulfill contract obligations. He’s just signed up for a new movie called “I am Wrath”, and from the sounds of it, you’re looking at another “Seeking Justice”/”Stolen” here, folks. Cage has signed on to front Emmett/Furla Films’ thriller “I am Wrath”, which would find the master of kook playing Stanley, a man whose wife is murdered and finds that “the police are unable to catch the perpetrators. He uncovers a thick plot of police corruption and realizes that he will have to find justice on his own. As he awakens to the level of degradation of the people sworn to serve and protect, »

- Nix

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