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Footage From "Point Break"

2 hours ago | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek the first trailer revealing footage from Alcon Entertainment's "Point Break",  inspired by director Kathryn Bigelow's 1991 feature:

...with stunts performed by the world's top 'extreme sports' athletes:

Ericson Core ("Invincible") directs from a screenplay by Kurt Wimmer ("Salt"), with Edgar Ramírez ("Zero Dark Thirty") starring as 'Bodhi'.

" 'Point Break', a young FBI agent infiltrates an extraordinary team of extreme sports athletes he suspects of masterminding a string of unprecedented, sophisticated corporate heists. Deep undercover, and with his life in danger, he strives to prove they are the architects of the mind-boggling crimes that are devastating the world's financial markets..."

Extreme sports will include surfing 70-foot waves, snowboarding, wingsuit flying, free rock climbing and high-speed motorcycle stunts.

Renowned extreme athletes performing stunts in the film include surfers Makua Rothman, Billy Kemper, Brian Keaulana and Ahanu Tson-dru; snowboarders Lucas DeBari, Ralph Backstrom, Mitch Toelderer, Mike Basich and »

- Michael Stevens

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Johnny Utah doesn’t fear death in first trailer for Point Break remake

14 hours ago | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Nostalgia meets extreme sports in the first trailer for Point Break, this year’s remake of the Kathryn Bigelow-directed original starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze.

As in the 1991 original, Point Break follows FBI agent Johnny Utah – this time played by Luke Bracey (G.I. Joe Retaliation) – as he goes undercover, snowboarding, rock-climbing, parachuting, and of course surfing his way through his latest investigation alongside suspect Bodhi (Zero Dark Thirty’s Édgar Ramírez).

Pushing familiar themes of brotherhood, betrayal, and… explosions, the remake's trailer feels like the original had a baby with The Fast and the Furious franchise – and you know what? We’re kind of okay with that.

Point Break is directed by Ericson Core, written by Kurt Wimmer (Equilibrium), and also stars Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies) and Ray Winstone (The Departed). It plays in Cineplex theatres on December 25.


- Sasha James

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Watch The Extreme Trailer For Point Break

26 May 2015 10:53 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

“Still surfing?” “Every day.”

The trailer for the remake of Kathryn Bigelow’s Point Break has arrived.

Inspired by the classic 1991 hit starring Patrick Swayze and, whoa, Keanu Reeves, Warner Bros. Pictures will release it in on December 25.

The film stars Édgar Ramírez (“Zero Dark Thirty,” “The Bourne Ultimatum,” “Carlos the Jackal”) as Bodhi, and Luke Bracey (“G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” “November Man”) as Johnny Utah, along with Ray Winstone (“Noah,” “The Departed”), Teresa Palmer (“Warm Bodies”) and Delroy Lindo (“Sahara,” “Gone in Sixty Seconds”), under the direction of Ericson Core (“Invincible”).

In Alcon Entertainment’s fast-paced, high-adrenaline action thriller Point Break, a young FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey), infiltrates a cunning team of thrill-seeking elite athletes – led by the charismatic Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez). The athletes are suspected of carrying out a spate of crimes in extremely unusual ways.

Deep undercover, and with his life in imminent danger, Utah strives »

- Michelle McCue

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Watch: Luke Bracey & Edgar Ramirez Are The New Keanu Reeves & Patrick Swayze In The First Trailer For ‘Point Break’

26 May 2015 4:00 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

In 1991, Kathryn Bigelow directed the adrenaline-charged action crime movie “Point Break,” about an FBI agent who goes undercover to catch a gang of bank robbers who may be surfers, starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze. It’s become an action crime classic over the last two decades, and sure, it’s an enjoyable film, but do we actually need a remake? Hollywood sure seems to think so. Warner Bros. is releasing “Point Break” later this year, but this main trio is decidedly less sexy than Bigelow, Reeves and Swayze. Then again, everyone’s gotta start somewhere. This new version of “Point Break” focuses on some up-and-comers: Luke Bracey staring in the Keanu Reeves role, and Edgar Ramirez in the Patrick Swayze role. Now, Ramirez is known and celebrated in many circles — he was amazing in Oliver Assayas’ three part “Carlos,” and has done strong supporting work in "Zero Dark Thirty, »

- Edward Davis

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Cannes Review: 'Sicario' is a Fascinating Commentary on Violence

24 May 2015 2:20 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Reporting from the Cannes Film Festival. Quebecois director Denis Villeneuve is quickly becoming a crucial voice in cinema, crafting human stories of immense power and durability. His one-two-three punch of Incendies, Prisoners and Enemy has been enough to get him noticed in film-savvy circles, but his latest film Sicario may be his best work to date. It's a bleak drug-trade thriller on the surface but deep down it's really a dense character study with comments on the violence in this modern world. It's in the same ballpark as other modern commentaries like Traffic and Zero Dark Thirty but with its own unique flavor. Emily Blunt dominates the film as Kate Macer, an FBI agent with a tough exterior in a male dominated field. When we're first introduced to her she's just discovered a gruesome find tied to a major drug cartel operating on both sides of the U.S.A. »

- Marco Cerritos

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‘Frontline’ Filmmaker Claims CIA Used ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ as Torture Program Propaganda

19 May 2015 6:04 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Proponents of the U.S. government torture program used after 9/11 quickly saw the effectiveness of Hollywood in justifying the agency’s “enhanced interrogation techniques,” a new “Frontline” documentary “Secrets, Politics and Torture” claims. And when “Zero Dark Thirty” director Kathryn Bigelow came knocking, they answered, said “Frontline” filmmaker Michael Kirk. “Certainly there’s evidence that the CIA used her effectively,” Kirk told Public Radio International host and senior producer Carol Hills. “We have an email – a behind-the-scenes email — where one person at the CIA is saying, ‘We have to get on this horse. We have to ride this horse — »

- Deborah Day

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TV Review: Frontline’s ‘Secrets, Politics and Torture’

19 May 2015 6:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Frontline’s “Secrets, Politics and Torture” – another top-notch documentary from Michael Kirk, who has extensively chronicled the legacy of Iraq and war against terrorism – really omits a vital fourth component from its title: Pop culture. Time and again, this one-hour project returns to the role played by TV and especially movies in shaping public perceptions of torture despite a raft of evidence, much culled from the Senate’s exhaustive report on the topic, that so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” don’t work. Given the politically charged nature of the debate, to avoid wading through even the 500-page summary, it’s an hour well spent.

Kirk begins, appropriately, with the movie “Zero Dark Thirty,” one of those Hollywood products (“24” being another) that have made torture look like a reasonable response to the threat faced since the Sept. 11 attacks. But California Sen. Diane Feinstein is then interviewed, saying she felt obligated to walk »

- Brian Lowry

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Cannes 2015: Sicario Review – Expertly Realised Crime Thriller

19 May 2015 5:58 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


Rating: ★★★★

Since jumping into the English language from his native Frenchtwo years ago, Denis Villeneuve has proven himself more than capable of tackling proven narratives from a unique and purposeful perspective. Prisoners was a kidnapped daughter thriller that leaned heavily on the familial effect and Enemy went further than any doppelgänger movie before it in exploring fractured psyches. Now with Sicario he turns his eye to border disputes and drug cartels, honing in ultimately on a sense of futility. It’s a film that’s at once tense and enlightening, without going preachy or losing sight of entertainment.

Emily Blunt takes over from Jake Gyllenhaal (who will have to be impartial about the work of his two-time collaborator as a member of the Cannes Jury) as Villeneuve’s protagonist, playing a FBI drug officer who becomes a part of a major operation sanctioned by the Us Government (led by »

- Alex Leadbeater

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Cannes Film Review: ‘Sicario’

19 May 2015 1:30 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Two years after making his U.S. debut with the crackerjack kidnapping drama “Prisoners,” French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve ups his own ante with “Sicario,” a blisteringly intense drug-trade thriller that combines expert action and suspense with another uneasy inquiry into the emotional consequences of violence. A densely woven web of compelling character studies and larger systemic concerns, Villeneuve and screenwriter Taylor Sheridan’s bleaker, more jaundiced riposte to Steven Soderbergh’s 2000 “Traffic” may prove too grim and grisly for some audiences and too morally ambiguous for others. But with its muscular style and top-flight cast, this fall Lionsgate release should score solid (if less than “Prisoners”-sized) business from discerning adult moviegoers, along with dark-horse awards-season buzz.

In a terrific performance that recalls the steely ferocity of Jodie Foster in “The Silence of the Lambs” and Jessica Chastain in “Zero Dark Thirty,” Emily Blunt stars here as Kate Macer, an »

- Scott Foundas

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Jill Soloway to female filmmakers: 'Let's storm the gates'

15 May 2015 2:04 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Los Angeles - On Thursday, Jill Soloway had some strong and hilarious advice for the outgoing and incoming students of the AFI Conservatory Directing Workshop for Women.  "Rub your shame all over your script." "Tear those motherf*ckers down, like vile lady-dogs." "If you can't cry, you're a liability." "Shoot from your pussy." The Emmy-nominated, Golden Globe-winning film/TV director aimed her keynote address to the 20 or so Dww directors showcasing their short films at the Directors Guild of America HQ. There's been a recent spike of voices advocating for more women directors and women's stories in Hollywood especially on the heels of this past Oscars season; the late April release of a damning USC/Sundance study on the employ of female directors; and the Aclu's targeting of gender discrimination announced this week. Certainly, Soloway noticed. "It's an amazing time for women," the "Transparent" creator/producer/director said in her opening remarks, »

- Katie Hasty

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'Hateful Eight' looks good, but 'Lion' may be Harvey Weinstein's secret Oscar player

14 May 2015 12:19 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Cannes — Harvey Weinstein appears to be in a good place. The Weinstein Company is, after all, coming off three-straight hits with "The Imitation Game," "Paddington" and "Woman in Gold." Thursday evening the industry titan held court for his annual Cannes preview, noting that he loved this year's slate while insisting that that's not always the case. The highlight of the evening was intended to be the first footage screened of Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight," but this pundit was much more impressed with Garth Davis' "Lion."   Based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, "Lion" chronicles how, thanks to his inherent curiosity, a 5-year-old boy is separated from his family in India. Now, 25 years later, Saroo (Dev Patel) has grown up after being raised by an Australian couple (Nicole Kidman and David Wenham) and begins a search for the biological family he believes is still waiting for him to come home. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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100 Essential Action Scenes: Heists

14 May 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Sound on Sight undertook a massive project, compiling ranked lists of the most influential, unforgettable, and exciting action scenes in all of cinema. There were hundreds of nominees spread across ten different categories and a multi-week voting process from 11 of our writers. The results: 100 essential set pieces, sequences, and scenes from blockbusters to cult classics to arthouse obscurities.    

Hollywood has had a long love affair with the heist sub-genre. Dating as far back as the silent film era with 1928’s Alias Jimmy Valentine, and transcending various genres like westerns (The War Wagon), war (Kelly’s Heroes) and even animation (Toy Story 3), the heist has tantalized our fantasies and outsmarted our wits for decades. Whether it’s for the very last time before retirement, gathering the gang back together for a big payday or for the thrill of pulling off the perfect robbery, all heist films share one key element: commitment to a plan. »

- Shane Ramirez

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Cannes: Jane Fonda, Megan Ellison Among 'Women in Motion' Award Honorees

13 May 2015 11:30 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

On May 17, the 68th Cannes Film Festival will partner with luxury goods giant Kering to honor three outstanding female filmmakers for their contributions to the world of cinema at a Presidential Dinner. Two-time Oscar-winner Jane Fonda will receive a special "Women in Motion" honor award, recognizing the philanthropist's professional achievements and commitment to peace, women and equality.  Megan Ellison, founder of Annapurna Pictures and producer of numerous significant films including the Oscar-nominated Zero Dark ThirtyAmerican Hustle and Foxcatcher, will receive an honorary award for her pioneering career and its impact on American cinema. The presidential dinner also will pay a

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Talent Agent Meredith Wechter Jumps to Wme From ICM With Clients Gal Gadot, Josh Gad, Brittany Snow, Lucy Hale

13 May 2015 8:49 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Former ICM agent Meredith Wechter has officialy joined Wme. Wechter brings clients such as “Frozen” star Josh Gad, “Pitch Perfect 2” star Brittany Snow, and “Furious 7” star Gal Gadot with her. Wechter’s will also bring “Jurassic World” lead Bryce Dallas Howard,”Salem’s” Seth Gabel, Abigail Spencer from USA’s “Suits,” “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale, “Scorpion” star Katharine McPhee, and Jeremy Strong known for his work in “The Judge,” and “Zero Dark Thirty.” See photos: 15 Hollywood Stars Up for Grabs in CAA-uta Talent Shakeup Wechter left ICM last month after ten years with the agency. Her »

- Joe Otterson

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The top 20 underappreciated films of 1987

13 May 2015 8:45 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From anime to pitch-black thrillers, here's our pick of the underappreciated movies of 1987...

Sometimes, the challenge with these lists isn't just what to put in, but what to leave out. We loved Princess Bride, but with a decent showing at the box office and a huge cult following, isn't it a bit too popular to be described as underappreciated? Likewise Joe Dante's Innerspace, a fabulously geeky, comic reworking of the 60s sci-fi flick, Fantastic Voyage.

What we've gone for instead is a mix of genre fare, dramas and animated films that may have garnered a cult following since, but didn't do well either critically or financially at the time of release. Some of the movies on our list just about made their money back, but none made anything close to the sort of returns enjoyed by the likes of 1987's biggest films - Three Men And A Baby, Fatal Attraction »

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Kathryn Bigelow Speaks Out Against Hollywood Gender Discrimination: ‘Change Is Essential’

12 May 2015 6:14 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Kathryn Bigelow is among the prominent female filmmakers showing their support of the American Civil Liberties Union’s stand against gender discrimination in Hollywood. “I have always firmly believed that every director should be judged solely by their work, and not by their work based on their gender,” Bigelow said in a statement to Time on Tuesday. The “Zero Dark Thirty” and “Hurt Locker” director was referring to the Aclu announcement that it will ask state and federal agencies to investigate Hollywood studios, networks and talent agencies, and possibly charge them, over what the organization describes as “rampant and intentional »

- Debbie Emery

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Parker Sawyers has been cast as President Obama in Southside With You

11 May 2015 12:08 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Barack and Michelle Obama's first date is being given the Hollywood treatment and Tika Sumpter's Michelle Obama has finally found her leading man.

Parker Sawyers has been cast as the American President in Southside With You, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The film will follow the couple's first day-long date in 1989, which included a visit to the Art Institute in Chicago and to see Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, back when they were in college.

Worst Friends director Richard Tanne developed the idea alongside Sumpter, and is going to direct the film from his own screenplay.

The pair will both serve as executive producers on the project, which will begin filming later this summer in Chicago.

Sawyers' past credits include Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and Zero Dark Thirty.

Watch the trailer for Get on Up below: »

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War Movie Hhhh Adds A Slew Of Great Actors

11 May 2015 11:50 AM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

While there.s certainly no shortage of dramas set during the Second World War, the upcoming thriller Hhhh looks to break the mold in a genre that.s had more than its share of entries. Reportedly taking a nuanced, character-centric approach, the film features an impressive cast, looking to bring this historic tale of an elaborate assassination mission to the big screen. According to a report from Variety, the biographical World War II drama, Hhhh, based on the novel of the same name by Laurent Binet, will see the addition of a primary cast that mixes established commodities along with up-coming names that already makes the film sound promising. Let.s take a look at the lineup. Jason Clarke as "Reinhard Heydrich" The rapid, post-Zero Dark Thirty rise of Clarke, which yielded a starring role in last year.s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and will see »

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Contraire to Marvel’s CEO: why there’s hope for female superheroes behind the camera

9 May 2015 5:34 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hot Pursuit has opened to critical panning and unfavorable audience reactions today. The $35 million Action-Comedy’s 6% rottentomatoes score, lack of persistent marketing and generally-unfunny jokes in its major trailer all point at a financial loss for Warner Bros. But there lies the hope for women filmmakers in this article: this movie was still released amidst all the panning, the negativity generally-aimed at female filmmakers, and the recent backlash from the leaked emails between Marvel CEOs concerning the perceived lack of appeal for female superhero films.

The leaked emails remind us of the general sexist attitude towards female filmmakers, specifically directors. The major studios, including Warner Bros, nowadays produce and distribute just a few dozen films a year with an average budget of over $100 million. All those superhero and mega-expensive films we’ve come to love, hate, and blog about are the proof. By now, we’ve all noticed that a »

- Christopher Ortiz

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'Southside with You' Casts Parker Sawyers as Barack Obama

7 May 2015 2:55 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Im Global and producers Robert Teitel, Tika Sumpter and Richard Tanne announced that they have cast Parker Sawyers as the young Barack Obama in Southside with You. The romantic dramedy was inspired by Barack and Michelle Obama's first date. Parker Sawyers joins Tika Sumpter who will play Michelle.

The film covers the eventful date in 1989 when a young associate named Barack Obama was trying to woo lawyer Michelle Robinson on a summer afternoon and evening, that took them from the Art Institute of Chicago to a screening of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing to the site of their first kiss outside of an ice cream parlor.

Parker Sawyers, an American actor based in the UK, recently completed Oliver Stone's Snowden with Joseph Gordon Levitt and is about to shoot a supporting role in the feature The Autopsy of Jane Doe, opposite Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch. »

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