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Is Deckard a Replicant or Not?

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Does Blade Runner: 2049 answer the question about Rick Deckard’s identity once and for all, or is the answer now even more murky than before?

Warning - This article features in depth spoilers for both the original Blade Runner and Blade Runner: 2049. If you have not seen both films, proceed at your own risk!

It’s one of the most discussed questions in science fiction cinema of all time. Rick Deckard, the central character of 1982’s Blade Runner, is employed to hunt down human-like androids called replicants. But could he actually be a replicant himself? The original film doesn’t give a clear answer, which has left the door open for discussion on the topic. Two director’s cuts released over the next two decades added in additional important materials to be taken into consideration, but the mystery remained.

Blade Runner: 2049 was the long awaited sequel released
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Benedict Cumberbatch to produce and star in How To Stop Time

Tony Sokol Mar 15, 2017

Benedict Cumberbatch is to star in the film of author Matt Haig's forthcoming story of a 400 year old man...

Benedict Cumberbatch is a man who likes to keep busy, and he's snapped himself up an interesting new project. Cumberbatch will play Tom Hazard, a 400 year old man who doesn’t look a day over 41, in the film adaptation of Matt Haig's upcoming novel How To Stop Time.

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The film project will be produced under Cumberbatch's SunnyMarch banner along with StudioCanal.

“We are delighted to be continuing our successful relationship with Matt Haig as well as build upon our long-running and dynamic partnership with SunnyMarch, Benedict Cumberbatch and Adam Ackland,” StudioCanal UK
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Benedict Cumberbatch to ‘Stop Time’ in adaptation of Matt Haig’s novel

Benedict Cumberbatch will produce and lead the cast of How To Stop Time, a new adaptation of the novel of the same name by Matt Haig. StudioCanal are fully financing the film.

How To Stop Time is the first adult novel in four years by Matt Haig, the number one bestselling author whose books have been translated into over thirty languages. It tells the story of Tom Hazard (Cumberbatch), a man who may look like an ordinary 41-year-old but, owing to an extremely rare condition, he’s been alive for centuries. How To Stop Time is a wildly imagined love story that spans centuries and continents and cements Haig’s reputation as one of the most original and exciting novelists of his generation.

“The prospect of Benedict Cumberbatch playing Tom Hazard is a hugely exciting one and I could not be happier about working with Adam and Jamie, and to be reunited with StudioCanal,
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Benedict Cumberbatch to star in 'How To Stop Time'

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Doctor Strange star will play the lead role in adaptation of Matt Haig’s novel.

Benedict Cumberbatch will star in StudioCanal’s adaptation of Matt Haig’s forthcoming novel How To Stop Time.

StudioCanal is fully financing and will distribute in their territories, UK, France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, and will be handling international sales.

Cumberbatch will also executive produce through his SunnyMarch production company alongside Jamie Byng, CEO of Canongate Books. Canongate will publish the novel in July this year.

How To Stop Time tells the story of Tom Hazard (Cumberbatch), a man who may look like an ordinary 41-year-old but, owing to an extremely rare condition, has been alive for centuries.

The story is described as a wildly imagined love story that spans centuries and continents.

The deal was negotiated between SunnyMarch’s Managing Director Adam Ackland who will produce the film and Nick Marston of Curtis Brown who brokered the deal on behalf
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‘Mine’ Trailer: Armie Hammer Must Survive the Next 52 Hours

‘Mine’ Trailer: Armie Hammer Must Survive the Next 52 Hours
Armie Hammer is almost performing a one-man show in Mine. The Man from U.N.Cl.E. star isn’t alone in Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro‘s thriller, but he spends much of it on his own in the frame, with one foot resting not-so-comfortably on a landmine in the desert. To stay alive, he’ll have to survive the next 52 hours by […]

The post ‘Mine’ Trailer: Armie Hammer Must Survive the Next 52 Hours appeared first on /Film.
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Crank: revisiting a Jason Statham classic, 10 years on

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It’s been 10 years since Neveldine/Taylor’s Crank was released. We look back at what might be Jason Statham’s best film...

Whenever we interview anyone for Den of Geek, we try to throw in a curveball of a final question by asking them, “What’s your favourite Jason Statham movie?” Obviously, there are plenty to choose from, but to date, the most common answer is Crank. Simon Pegg loves it. James McAvoy loves it. Rupert Grint loves it. The list goes on, and for good reason: it’s bonkers, and brilliant, and almost completely unique.

The contrivance that kickstarts Crank’s action is a great one: hitman Chev Chelios (The Statham, naturally) has been poisoned by a rival gangster, injected with a synthetic compound that blocks his adrenaline receptors. To stay alive, he’ll need to jack himself up with as many stimulants as possible.
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‘Hidden,’ ‘Let’s Save the World, ‘Gastronomy’ Featured at Series Mania’s Co-Pro Forum Lineup

‘Hidden,’ ‘Let’s Save the World, ‘Gastronomy’ Featured at Series Mania’s Co-Pro Forum Lineup
Paris — French TV festival Series Mania has chosen 16 projects from over 200 submissions and 33 countries to be presented from this morning at a strongly-attended three-day Co-Production Forum, its central industry event.

Unsurprisingly, current affairs figure strongly, with Lupa Film/Atlantique Films’ “Eden,” a French-German co-production, sure to attract interest. Previously known as “The House” and to be directed by Edward Berger, who helmed the international hit “Deutschland 83,” Eden is a multi-strand story set in seven major European and north African cities. It deals with day-to-day matters that arise in the fallout from the current refugee crisis after one of two African boys on the run from a warzone is shot dead by a security guard while hiding out at an empty holiday home in Greece.

A similar theme is explored in Conquering Lion Pictures’ “The Illegal,” from Canada, which is adapted from Lawrence Hill’s recent novel of the same name.
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Geeks Vs Loneliness: recommend a book

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Can you suggest a book that might help someone through a difficult time?

Welcome to our weekly Geeks Vs Loneliness spot, where we try and talk about issues, challenges, nasty things and difficulties that may be affecting you, or people around you. As ever, we never promise a magic wand, but hopefully from time to time we come up with something that may be of some use or support. We hope so, anyway.

Once or twice over the course of us running Geeks Vs Loneliness, we’ve stopped to consider one or two book recommendations. Books, for me personally, have always been a friend in times when I’m not at my best, and often, it’s passages in books, or stories that I’ve enjoyed, that I seek solace in. That, and Jason Statham movies, but let’s focus on the books for now.

I’ve previously talked about,
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Geeks Vs Loneliness: Matt Haig, David Walliams, and openness

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A few words about three wonderful writers, and why oversharing shouldn't be sneered at...

Hello and a warm welcome to our Geeks Vs Loneliness spot, a regular bit on the site where we natter about things that may be affecting you, and/or the people around you. As always, we feel honour-bound to declare that we don’t have a magic elixir. Instead, we just want to get conversations started, and hopefully come up with a tip or two that may point you or someone you know in a helpful direction.

A while back, we talked about the book Wonder on the site. The specific article is here, but ever since I’ve written about that, there’s been a trickle of people who’ve let us know they’ve read it, and got as much out of it as I did. That’s lovely to hear,
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New Hawaii Five O Season 5,Episode 23 Intense Spoiler Promo Clip Hit The Net

Last night, CBS dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Hawaii Five-o" episode 23 of season 5, and it offers up new looks at some very dramatic stuff that's going down as Kono is seen, trying to literally stay alive after getting caught up in a very dangerous ocean situation, and more! The episode is titled, "Mo'o 'olelo Pu" (Sharing Traditions)." In the new, 23rd episode official description: When Kono Takes A Solo Outrigger Trip Around The Hawaiian Islands In Honor Of Her Mother, She Hits A Patch Of Wild Weather And Must Fight To Stay Alive. Description number 2: When Kono goes on a solo outrigger trip around the Hawaiian islands in honor of her mother, she will hit a patch of wild weather and must fight to stay alive. As Five-0 searches for Kono, they are going to investigate a man busted for cooking meth who claims
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New Hawaii Five O Season 5,Episode 23 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Hawaii Five-o" episode 23 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Mo'o 'olelo Pu" (Sharing Traditions)," and it turns out that we're going to see some very dangerous and dramatic stuff take place as Kono becomes a victim of extreme deadly weather, and more! In the new, 23rd episode press release: When Kono Takes A Solo Outrigger Trip Around The Hawaiian Islands In Honor Of Her Mother, She Hits A Patch Of Wild Weather And Must Fight To Stay Alive. Press release number 2: When Kono goes on a solo outrigger trip around the Hawaiian islands in honor of her mother, she is going to hit a patch of wild weather and must fight to stay alive. As Five-0 searches for Kono, they will investigate a man busted for cooking meth who claims he received a threat on his son's life
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Halle Berry: Plastic Surgery Is Pushed "Like Crack" in Hollywood, Pressure Is Constant

Halle Berry: Plastic Surgery Is Pushed
Swimming upstream! Unlike some of her Hollywood peers, Halle Berry told Yahoo! Beauty on Friday, Feb. 13, that she's resisting the urge to go under the knife. "It is pressure," Berry, 48, confessed of plastic surgery. "When you see everybody around you doing it, you have those moments when you think, 'To stay alive in this business, do I need to do the same thing?'" The Oscar-winning beauty admitted that she has personally been told to get work done. "I won’t lie and tell you that those things [...]
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30 Awesome Reasons To Stay Alive In 2015

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2015 is being hyped up as quite possibly the most fanboy-friendly year in the history of cinema, but the video game industry isn’t exactly slouching either, what with next-gen consoles finally getting the truly next-gen (or now, current-gen) titles gamers deserve.

It’s not just movies and video games, but also TV, which will be bringing a number of iconic and beloved series to an end as well as presenting long-awaited new seasons of some modern classics. Then there’s the year’s most iconic wrestling pay-per-views, exciting awards shows and conventions, music, and practically any awesome thing you can shake a stick at!

Though a list like this could probably go 100 strong with all the great movies, games, TV shows and general events due for 2015, here are the 30 big milestones everyone should be the most excited about, sure to make next year one of the most exciting,
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'Guardians of The Galaxy' TV Spot: The Good, The Bad and The Groot

'Guardians of The Galaxy' TV Spot: The Good, The Bad and The Groot
'I am Groot!' A sentient tree displays some disgusting behavior patterns on his way to helping the Guardians of the Galaxy save the universe in a new TV spot that highlights everyone's favorite living plant. He might not stand by while evil wipes out the cosmos, but he will take a break to sip water from a dirty fountain. Watch as Groot shows off his superhero skills, battling Ronan the Accuser and saving his pal Rocket from certain death, then see him on the big screen this August!

Expanding the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, Guardians of the Galaxy follows the adventures of devil-may-care adventurer Peter Quill who becomes relentless pursued by a bounty hunter after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by the villainous Ronan the Accuser. To stay alive, Quill has to form an unlikely alliance with a band of misfits: Rocket, a gun-toting, wisecracking raccoon; Groot,
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Get A New Peek At The Guardians Of The Galaxy

Get A New Peek At The Guardians Of The Galaxy
There haven’t been that many fresh images of Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy out yet (aside from some promotional cups), but you can expect that to change soon, especially given that promotion for the film will start to ramp up around the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Hasbro is getting a march on the competition though, releasing an image of its official tie-in figures in a Toy Fair poster, online via Yahoo. Guardians, lest we forget follows Peter Quill, aka Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), who nicks a powerful object that makes him the target of extra-terrestrial villain Ronan (Lee Pace) To stay alive, Quill has to team up with a band of outsiders, each with their own agenda: the deadly, green-skinned Gamora (Zoe Saldana), hulking Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), undersized but heavily armed Rocket Raccoon, and towering tree creature Groot, voiced (and performance captured by Vin Diesel
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Elizabeth Banks Stuns In A Plunging Gown At ‘Catching Fire’ Premiere

The star looked nothing short of amazing as she dazzled in a metallic gown for the Berlin premiere of the second installment of the ‘Hunger Games’ series — are you loving her latest look as much as we do? Vote.

Elizabeth Banks is on one serious style roll! Just when we thought she has never looked better, she manages to blow us away with yet another amazing red carpet look! We’re shocked that she followed up her neon cutout Jason Wu gown at the Catching Fire world premiere in London with another sensational look. The 39-year-old actress shined at the Catching Fire premiere in Berlin, (the very next day!), on Nov. 12 in a beautiful, silver metallic gown that fit her amazing body perfectly.

Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Catching Fire’ Berlin Premiere Dress:

The beauty took our breath away as she arrived at the premiere. We love the fact that Elizabeth looks like
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Jennifer Lawrence Rocks A Flapper Frock For ‘Catching Fire’ Party

The actress swapped her glam gown for a beaded, 20s-inspired dress as she hit the afterparty following the world premiere of ‘Catching Fire.’ What did you think of her backless ensemble?

Jennifer Lawrence was a vision in a white sequin Dior couture gown when she walked the red carpet at the Catching Fire world premiere in in London on Nov. 11, which marks the second installment of the Hunger Games series. While she looked lovely in her draped, backless gown it wasn’t long before she pulled a frock swap, leaving her glam gown behind as she decided to don a more festive look for the afterparty, which was held at London’s Royal Courts of Justice.

Jennifer LawrenceCatching Fire’ Party Dress:

The 23-year-old actress seems to be really loving her new pixie cut, and we love the way she continues to rock backless gowns now that she doesn’t
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Elizabeth Banks Rocks A Neon Cutout Gown For ‘Catching Fire’ Premiere

The star looked sensational at the world premiere for the second installment of the ‘Hunger Games’ series, where she braved the rainy night in London in a cutout neon gown by designer Jason Wu.

Effie Trinket may be known for her elaborate costumes, but it was Elizabeth Banks who sizzled on the red carpet at Leicester Square for the Catching Fire world premiere in London on Nov. 11, where the 39-year-old actress totally stood out in her chartreuse Jason Wu ball gown. As if the color of the satin ensemble wasn’t enough to set the look apart, the cutouts on the side of the bodice allowed the star to show some skin in a sexy yet tasteful way — everything about this look was simply premiere perfect!

Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Catching Fire’ Premiere Dress:

The star joined her co-star, Jennifer Lawrence, (who rocked a sequin Dior couture gown), on the red carpet.
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‘Catching Fire’: Jennifer Lawrence Reveals Most Heartbreaking Scene

Catching Fire’ fever reached a new high during the London premiere on Nov. 11 and the star of the film itself — Jennifer Lawrence — drummed up even more anticipation by revealing the most emotion scene of the sequel.

Don’t tease us, Katniss! Jennifer Lawrence was out on Nov. 11 (looking amazing, obviously) for the London premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, where she talked about the upcoming sequel and dished about which scenes were the hardest for her to shoot.

Jennifer Lawrence Reveals ‘Catching Fire’ Secrets

It’s no secret that Catching Fire finds Katniss in an even darker place, with the world on the verge of a revolutionary war. And at the same time she’s dealing with having to go right back into the Hunger Games and also struggling to balance her fake romance with Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) with her real one with Gale (Liam Hemsworth).

“She’s suffering,
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Jennifer Lawrence Wows At ‘Catching Fire’ World Premiere — See Her Dress

The ‘Hunger Games’ star promoted the second installment of the highly-anticipated film and she looked radiant a couture Dior gown on the red carpet! Do you love her premiere perfect ensemble? Vote.

Jennifer Lawrence, (and her brand new pixie cut), walked the red carpet at the Catching Fire world premiere in London at Leicester Square on Nov. 11, where the stylish star put her most fashionable foot forward for the momentous occasion. The 23-year-old braved the chilly London evening, (and the rain!), as she covered up in a red coat. Underneath, she sported a wonderful white ensemble that featured a sequin skirt. White is a hot color for the season on the red carpet, so it comes as no surprise that JLaw selected the shade for her big premiere night.

Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Catching Fire’ Premiere Dress:

It comes as no surprise to see the star looking lovely in a couture
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