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Luis Tosar to star in crime drama 'Eye For An Eye' for '[Rec]' director (exclusive)

Luis Tosar to star in crime drama 'Eye For An Eye' for '[Rec]' director (exclusive)
Cell 211 star to play a nurse who gets caught up in a cartel’s operations.

‘Cell 211’

Source: Film Constellation

Spainish actor Luis Tosar (Cell 211) has signed up to play the lead in [Rec] trilogy director Paco Plaza’s crime drama Eye For An Eye.

Tosar will play a well-loved retirement home nurse and caring husband who, after struggling with the death of his brother, has one of Spain’s most feared cartel bosses charged into his care.

As the bond between the pair grows, the failed attempt by the boss’s son to run the cartel business forces the nurse to reconnect with his traumatic past, putting his young family at risk.

Emma Lustres of Vaca Films is producing, in co-production with Playtime, Atresmedia Cine, with the participation of Antena 3 and Movistar+ and the support of Icaa and Agadic.

UK outfit Film Constellation is co-financing the project and will launch sales at the upcoming European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin
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Guy Maddin on Reinventing ‘Vertigo’ with ‘The Green Fog,’ Male Gaze, and the Bressonian Qualities of Chuck Norris

“Let mystery have its place in you; do not be always turning up your whole soil with the plowshare of self-examination, but leave a little fallow corner in your heart ready for any seed the winds may bring, and reserve a nook of shadow for the passing bird; keep a place in your heart for the unexpected guests, an altar for the unknown God.”

― Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Jack Palance recites the previous quote in Sudden Fear and it’s the manifesto for Guy Maddin and Evan and Galen Johnson’s new project, The Green Fog. The quote is one of a few lines of dialogue to appear in the film. It’s mostly ‘narrated’ with gestures, the breath between words and a score composed by Jacob Garchik and performed by Kronos Quartet. You hear nods to Bernard Hermann’s score of Hitchcock’s Vertigo throughout.

Commissioned by Noah Cowan for the
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Recommended New Books on Filmmaking: ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ Francis Ford Coppola, David Bowie & More

It’s been a stellar year of cinema and pop culture-themed books, and the texts (and Blu-rays) in this round-up all make fine gifts. One additional book that should be on your year-end list is Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier. It’s a satisfying companion to season three of Peaks, not to mention Frost’s own Secret History of Twin Peaks. So be sure to check out Nick Newman’s recent interview with the Peaks co-creator.

Live Cinema and Its Techniques by Francis Ford Coppola (Liveright)

The legendary Francis Ford Coppola has spoken of “live cinema” with regularity over the years, specifically with respect to 1981’s One From the Heart. That film, a box office flop now held in some regard, is an essential part of Live Cinema and Its Techniques, a fascinating new book authored by Coppola himself. The lessons from that experience, Coppola says,
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Enter a Horror Séance in Jaunt Vr’s Eye For an Eye

The world of horror Vr is exploding and it’s incredibly exciting and fascinating to see what people are doing with the technology. From games to immersive experiences, virtual reality is giving horror fans new ways to feel fear by actually… Continue Reading →

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Death Cannot Stop One Mother's Desire for Revenge in Rv: Resurrected Victims

Tagline: "Vengeance Brings the Dead to Life." Asian cinema continues to dazzle. The latest from Korea is Rv: Resurrected Victims. The film plays out like a crime thriller, set in a horror world. In the film, murder victims return from the dead, to take revenge on their killers. Well Go USA Entertainment will release this terrifying title this October. The film was directed by Korean director Kyung-taek Kwak (Eye for an Eye, 2008). And, Rv: Resurrected Victims stars: Rae-won Kim (Gagnam Blues, 2015), Hae-suk Kim and Dong-il Sung. A preview for this thriller's launch is hosted here. The film's official trailer shows a mother rising from the dead. Her own son is her murderer, or he is at least complicit in her death. The mother returns from the grave, seven years later. Strangely, she is in good health. Now, it is a battle to the death or re-death as mother faces son
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British Actress Claire Foy Cast As Lisbeth Salander In Director Fede Alvarez’s The Girl In The Spider’S Web

British actress Claire Foy was nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix’s brilliant series “The Crown.”

The Netflix drama earned 13 nominations at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, including Ms. Foy for Best Lead Actress in a drama series. John Lithgow won the 2017 Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Prime Minister Winston Churchill .

Shooting has finished on Season 2, which will debut later this year.

It was announced last week that the coveted role of Lisbeth Salander has been set: Sony Pictures Entertainment has confirmed that the studio has tapped Claire Foy to portray the heroine in The Girl in the Spider’s Web.

The new installment of Sony Pictures’ Millennium franchise – based on the worldwide literary phenomenon originated by Stieg Larsson and continued by David Lagercrantz – will commence production in January in Berlin and Stockholm, and the
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Claire Foy Is Lisbeth Salander in Girl in the Spider's Web

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The coveted role of Lisbeth Salander has been set. Sony Pictures Entertainment has confirmed that the studio has tapped Claire Foy to portray the heroine in The Girl in the Spider's Web. The new installment of Sony Pictures' Millennium franchise, based on the worldwide literary phenomenon originated by Stieg Larsson and continued by David Lagercrantz, will commence production in January in Berlin and Stockholm, and the film will be released on October 19, 2018.

Today's confirmation culminates what has been one of this year's most eagerly anticipated casting announcements. After much speculation about who would be chosen to lead the franchise's next chapter, Foy is now preparing to take it on. The film will team Foy and director Fede Alvarez, who recently took the thriller Don't Breathe to over $150 million worldwide and revived the Evil Dead franchise. Alvarez has been hailed as an inventive and stylish new filmmaker. The Girl in the Spider's Web
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‘Crown’s’ Claire Foy to Officially Star in ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Sequel

‘Crown’s’ Claire Foy to Officially Star in ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Sequel
Claire Foy is officially playing Lisbeth Salander in “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” sequel, “The Girl in the Spider’s Web.”

Variety first reported in May that Foy was the frontrunner for the gig as the precocious Swedish computer hacker.

The new installment of Sony Pictures’ Millennium franchise will commence production in January in Berlin and Stockholm, and the film will be released on Oct. 19, 2018.

The film will team Foy and director Fede Alvarez, who helmed 2016’s “Don’t Breathe” for Sony.

“I couldn’t be more thrilled about Claire taking the reins of the iconic Lisbeth Salander,” he said. “Claire is an incredible, rare talent who will inject a new and exciting life into Lisbeth. I can’t wait to bring this new story to a worldwide audience, with Claire Foy at its center.”

Foy is nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in the Netflix series “The Crown,” from
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Terrence Howard: ‘I’ve Never Been Abusive to Anyone in My Entire Life’

Terrence Howard: ‘I’ve Never Been Abusive to Anyone in My Entire Life’
Terrence Howard has faced numerous allegations of violence against his two ex-wives. But despite previously admitting to hitting his first wife, the 48-year-old Empire star now says being abusive is not part of his history.

“I’ve never been abusive to anyone in my entire life,” Howard wrote on Twitter early Saturday morning. “I have loved and paid the price for love. I am the same loving being since day 1!”

His tweets came seemingly in response to an interview in the current issue of People, in which he said, “I’ve made terrible mistakes throughout my life.”

On Twitter, Howard clarified.
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‘John Wick’ First Person Shooter Virtual Reality Game Turns You Into the Cinematic Assassin

‘John Wick’ First Person Shooter Virtual Reality Game Turns You Into the Cinematic Assassin
The franchising of the very popular Keanu Reeves-starring puppy-centric actioner “John Wick” continues apace, with a much-hyped sequel on the way early next year, buzzing rumors that studio Lionsgate is already prepping a third film in the series and a brand new virtual reality video game in the works. That game — a first person shooter called “John Wick Chronicles” from Starbreeze — hit up New York’s Comic-Con this weekend, revealing an early look at what players can expect when it arrives in February (just in time for “John Wick: Chapter Two”!).

The character of John Wick has already dabbled in the video game world, thanks to an introduction in Starbreeze’s own 2013 game “Payday 2,” and “John Wick Chronicles” looks to only further expand out that little nugget in terms of both style of game play and actual storytelling. At Comic-Con, Starbreeze and Lionsgate offered up an immersive preview,
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18 Great Korean Action Films You May Have Missed ( Part 2 )

In Korea, film reviews are curated by popular portal Naver .

Naver compiles and ranks movies based on openly available reviews, re-defining the reviews with star ratings. Ratings 1, 2, 3, and 4 = negative. 5, 6 are neutral, and 7, 8, 9, and 10 as positive.

Based on these ratings I have curated a list of little-known, highly-rated Korean Action films that have received at least a 7 rating on Naver. These are films appreciated by critics and viewers in Korea, so you can trust that they’re great.

How many of these have you watched?

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10. The City of Violence (2006)

Directed by Ryoo Seung-Wan (Veteran, 2015), who stars in the film.

Two childhood friends reunite for their friend’s funeral. They suspect something fishy and carry out an inquiry into his death.

11. Gangster High (2006)

A group of friends form a soccer team and call themselves “Tigers”. Before long the group becomes a gang, and after standing up for themselves
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Phantom Movie Review

A pacy grace envelopes Kabir Khan’s new political thriller. You can almost smell the tension in the air. If Bajrangi Bhaijaan was a agreeable gentle cup of lemon tea Phantom is a the bracing percolating morning cup of coffee that makes you jump out of your bed and seize the day.

Kabir’s second film in six weeks after the epic success of Bajrangi Bhaijaan takes an aggressive what-if stand against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism. It does so with a cool candour that makes for a bracing jolting wake-up call for the two nations at a proxy war rattling sabres across the barbed fence.

Phantom works on a simple premise. You give us 26/11. We take revenge. As simple as that. In many ways the very talented Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub playing a raw Raw agent (no, I am not stammering) represents the voice of the nation. His inexperience among veterans who plot
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Julia Roberts Is A Bad Mamma Jamma In This 'Secret In Their Eyes' Trailer - MTV

Julia Roberts Is A Bad Mamma Jamma In This 'Secret In Their Eyes' Trailer - MTV
Parental revenge plots pretty much always blur the balance between right and wrong, luring even the most pacifist viewer into a fit of fist-pumping for blood and rooting for the nastiest form of vengeance — because who wouldn’t leap past the line to stick eye for eye to the guy who hurt your kid? Tricky business. In “The Secret In Their Eyes,” Julia Roberts plays an FBI agent named Jess whose close-knit squad is called out to the scene of a murder, only to discover it’s her own teenage daughter who’s been brutally killed. And she has to sit back and watch as the guy who did it (we think?) gets to walk on a technicality. So, of course she wants to hunt him down and do what her “Steel Magnolias” mom Sally Field did to Kiefer Sutherland in “Eye for an Eye” — that is, take justice into her own hands.
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Off The Shelf – Episode 54 – New Releases For The Week Of Tuesday, June 16th 2015

This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of June 16th, 2015, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.

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Episode Links & Notes Follow-up Unopened movies Christopher Lee News Thunderbean: Willie Whopper Blu-ray Pre-order Criterion September Line-up Scream Factory to release Army Of Darkness, Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood Arrow Video: Zardoz, The Mutilator, Requiescant, The Firemen’s Ball, Closely Watched Trains, Hard To Be A God, Society Masters Of Cinema / Eureka: The Skull Warner Bros. Hammer Horror Blu-ray Box Set Warner Bros Special Effects Boxset (Them!, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Son of Kong, Mighty Joe Young) Sony to release The Last Dragon on Blu-ray Scorpion: Burn Witch Burn Kino Cartoon Classics Announced Kl Studio Classics F/X 2 and The Challenge Universal to put out
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Latest Freebies For The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Include Nifgaardian Armor; New Patch Is Imminent

Following the release of yesterday’s free content pack as part of CD Projekt Red’s pragmatic approach to Dlc, the polish developer has offered further details for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt‘s new patch, stating that the new update is “very large” in size.

Answering fan questions via Twitter, the studio’s Community Lead Marcin Momot stated that the patch won’t be release today, but that more information will be released sooner rather than later.

@Miikka9 Definitely not today. That’s all I can say for now.

— Marcin Momot (@Marcin360) June 2, 2015

Chief among those fixes will be the hard-to-read text, which has proven to be a problem considering the sheer amount of content lurking beneath Wild Hunt‘s striking appearance, meaning players have already spent a fair chunk of playing time squinting at menus. In tandem with this, a notorious Xp bug is due to be rectified,
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The Speed of Causality: Michael Mann's "Blackhat"

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“Look at where you are.”

(Spoilers abound.)

Michael Mann’s new film, Blackhat, is a paradox of magnitudes and proximities. The scale is global, as announced in the opening shots that rhyme with the Universal logo just prior and, thanks to the dissolves down to Earth, Charles and Ray Eames' 1977 Powers of Ten. Once on ground, in a nuclear reactor’s control room, the powers of cinema take us yet deeper, smaller, to see how fast data travels across minuscule relays inside a screen, a computer, a network. And this data, or code, is made visible as points of light—dots arrayed and racing in tandem with the image (itself a fiction of code, or data) of this new vast universe—given weight through the thunder and crackle of sound design—a truly cinematic sequence of movement/animation no text can replicate.

This opening serves to illustrate the mechanisms
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Revenge's Midseason Finale Kills Off a Major Character

Revenge's Midseason Finale Kills Off a Major Character
As seems to be the tradition for midseason finales (looking at you, The Walking Dead), a major character bit the dust on Sunday's Revenge.

Spoilers are below, obviously.

As the episode title foreshadowed, Daniel (Josh Bowman) received his "Atonement," of sorts, when he sacrificed himself to save Emily (Emily VanCamp).

The son of the most hated man in America, Daniel dove in front of a bullet meant for Emily fired by FBI agent Kate (Courtney Ford).

Undeterred, Kate aimed for her target once again before her boyfriend, Jack (Nick Wechsler), arrived in the nick of time to stop her by killing her.
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CW Releases Holiday Schedule for December 15th

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CW is on a roll when it comes to releasing their holiday schedule, as they released the holiday schedule for the week of December 15th. This includes mid season finales and the return of Hart of Dixie. It is also sprinkled with a few holiday specials for those who miss the classics that we grew up watching. Now they get a chance to share less popular shows. Here is the official listing for that week.

Season Premiere

Hart Of Dixie

“Kablang” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. Et) (Content Rating Tbd) (HDTV)

Second Chances — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) is excited that Wade (Wilson Bethel) has decided to stay in BlueBell. However, she is struggling with getting him to notice her attempts at romantic gestures. Brick (Tim Matheson) is surprised when he gets a knock on his door from someone from his past. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) and Lavon (Cress Williams) are on
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Netflix Is Dropping These Movies From Streaming on December 1st

Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away.

While everyone's favorite subscription streaming service is adding a ton of awesome movies and TV shows in December, it's also yanking a huge list of popular titles from its library. Below is said list. I'm especially sad to see "Dirty Dancing" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley" go. Those movies are the sh...

Watch them while you can!

Movies Being Dropped by Netflix on December 1st

"1941" (1979)

"The Apostle" (1997)

"Audrey Rose" (1977)

"The Believers" (1987)

"Better than Chocolate" (1999)

"Blood & Chocolate" (2007)

"The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" (2008)

"Chaplin" (1992)

"The Choirboys" (1977)

"The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" (1970)

"Coffee and Cigarettes" (2003)

"The Cold Light of Day" (1996)

"The Constant Gardener" (2005)

"Count Yorga, Vampire" (1970)

"Cry-Baby" (1990)

"Dirty Dancing" (1987)

"Double Indemnity" (1944)

"En la Cama" (2005)

"Event Horizon" (1997)

"Eye for an Eye" (1996)

"Fairy Tale: A True Story" (1997)

"First Knight" (1995)

"Five Easy Pieces" (1970)

"Foreign Student" (1994)

"Free Men" (2011)

"Funny Lady" (1975)

"The Ghost and Mrs Muir" (1947)

"The Girl from Petrovka
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