The Hunger Games (2012)
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“The Lego® Movie 2” reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo® invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild. The battle to defeat them and restore harmony to the Lego universe will take Emmet, Lucy, Batman and their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds, including a strange galaxy where everything is a musical. It will test their courage, creativity and Master Building skills, and reveal just how special they really are.
"We are shooting 'Terminator 6' in June to the middle of October," Schwarzenegger previously said.
"I am looking forward to coming back as the 'T-800' model.
"It's gonna' be great with Tim Miller as the director and Jim Cameron is kind of supervising the whole thing..."
Miller has assembled the best of his "Deadpool" crew including Second Unit Director Philip J Silvera, Art Director Lucienne Suren and Dp Ken Seng...
...shooting on sets
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Legacies Season 1 Episode 4 focuses on the aftermath of the mysterious disappearance of two students from the school, and Sheriff Matt Donovan turns to the Salvatore School for assistance.
The sneak peek from tonight's episode shows Matt at the school alongside Alaric telling the gifted teenagers about the missing girls and that need to find out the truth.
For Alaric, this means starting up an exchange program between the two schools under the guise of it building bridges between both establishments.
He even goes as far as saying the youngsters have permission to use compulsion to get the answers they require.
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Not one to say no to some relaxed rules, Lizzie puts her hand up in an instant and claims that she volunteers "as tribute" in a hilarious reference to The Hunger Games.
“Lady Gaga is at a point in her pop culture trajectory like Jennifer Lawrence was when she won for ‘Silver Linings Playbook,'” O’Neil argues. “When Jennifer Lawrence won it was a crown. She was the queen of Hollywood, and the academy placed that tiara on her head.
I enjoyed everything that I’ve seen from the film in the trailers that have been released, but they don’t even scratch the surface of how much of an insane wild ride that this movie is! Overlord is an absolute blast and I know horror fans are going to enjoy the hell out of it.
The story is set during World War II and follows members of the 101st Airborn Division dropping into Germany to take down a radio tower located in a church. The movie starts out with one of the most intense sequences that I’ve seen in any WWII movie as the paratroopers are flying into Germany.
As I was watching the film I was thinking, “Damn! This would just make
Amandla Stenberg knew “The Hate U Give” was special from the beginning. “It has been timely for a long time, and I think it will continue to be timely for a while,” she said during an interview at IndieWire Honors last week. “A story about police brutality will probably be relevant for a while.”
Stenberg received a Performance Award at the event, which also toasted the likes of Bill Hader, Ryan Coogler, and Charlize Theron, among others. She leads George Tillman Jr.’s adaptation of the novel by Angie Thomas as Starr, a 16-year-old who watches her best friend get killed by a police officer; Stenberg’s breakout performance comes on the heels of similarly
Many may remember Stenberg as the fan-favorite character Rue in The Hunger Games, but shortly after, she made a video titled “Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows: A Crash Discourse in Black Culture” that broke down the meaning of cultural appropriation. It went viral and made many think twice about how white celebrities like Kendall Jenner,
This gruesome film has arrived like some particularly nasty new version of Call of Duty, destined to be played for days at a time by a regrettable, and clearly unrepresentative gaming subset of pale, dead-eyed loners. It is a bizarre, and weirdly humourless and explicit action-horror fantasy set during the second world war – specifically just before the D-day landings, hence the title, derived from Operation Overlord, you see.
It is written by Billy Ray (who scripted Captain Phillips and The Hunger Games) and directed by Australian film-maker Julius Avery, all working from an original concept from producer Jj Abrams – the idea being to make some money from a customer base which might loosely be described as incels and incel fellow travellers.
By deciding to focus on Katniss' struggle to make her own choices in the middle of a war between two sides that both value her image-- but not her humanity-- Collins broke new ground in the Ya genre. Katniss goes through a gauntlet, winding up with classic symptoms of Ptsd by the end. The series never flinches away from depicting the harsh reality that if a
The film will see Hemsworth and Duke as “a pair of low level drug runners in the Dixie Mafia, who live by the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin, played by Vaughn, whom they’ve never met. But when a deal goes horribly wrong, deadly consequences ensue.” No details have been given on the roles Malkovich, Williams and Fox will be portraying.
Malkovich will be seen next in the Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile while Williams gained a role in Netflix’s Central Park 5 miniseries and will be seen next in HBO’s Lovecraft County.
This is the opening scene of the film and if features an army of World War II paratroopers who have to jump into hellish battle. They’ve been trained for war, but they have no idea what nightmarish horrors await them once they’re in Germany. This is actually an incredibly intense scene!
The supernatural horror film is set on the eve of D-day when an army of Us paratroopers drop in behind enemy lines, to infiltrate a small village. As they struggle to carry out their seemingly impossible mission, they discover a secret Nazi lab carrying out terrifying and bizarre supernatural experiments.
War is already a terrifying thing, but to add crazy monstrous human experiments into the mix takes things to another level.
The Overlord cast includes Jovan Adepo
The movie was directed by Todd Strauss Schulson, who previously directed the fantastic 2015 horror film Final Girls. I didn’t expect his next film to be this! I will say, though, that the movie actually does looks pretty amusing and kinda charming.
This is a meta rom com and here’s the official synopsis for it:
New York City architect Natalie works hard to get noticed at her job, but is more likely to be asked to deliver coffee and bagels than to design the city’s next skyscraper. And if things weren’t bad enough,
The first “Gladiator” movie, which was released in 2000, garnered 11 Oscar nominations and five wins, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Russell Crowe. The film raked in $460 million at the global box office.
The story for the sequel would focus on Lucius, the son of Lucilla (who was played by Connie Nielsen in the 2000 film) who was saved by Maximus (Russell Crowe) by the end of the first film.
DreamWorks was the studio behind the original 2000 film and Paramount is currently in negotiations to land the project. Universal, which co-produced the 2000 film, has the option to come on board as co-financier.
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Like many moviegoers, “Soul Food” director George Tillman Jr. took note of Amandla Stenberg after her turn in “The Hunger Games,” but their recent collaboration on “The Hate U Give” solidified his appreciation of her talent. Tillman shared the following thoughts on Stenberg’s abilities with IndieWire’s Kate Erbland.
When I first read the unpublished manuscript of Angie Thomas’ “The Hate U Give” in January 2016, I was speechless. It was deeply personal and I hadn’t felt moved like that in a long time. It was as if someone had written the story of my own life as a black man growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I knew from that moment that this was a movie I had to direct.
New York City architect Natalie works hard to get noticed at her job but is more likely to be asked to deliver coffee and bagels than to design the city’s next skyscraper. And if things weren’t bad enough, Natalie, a lifelong cynic when it comes to love, has an encounter with a mugger that renders her unconscious, waking to discover that her life has suddenly become her worst nightmare—a romantic comedy—and she is the leading lady.
Set for release in 2019, the family film follows the intergalactic exploits of St’aar (Butterfield), an alien teenager who runs away from his galaxy on a small starship, and ends up stranded on Earth. St’aar is befriended by the children of the alien hunters out to capture him, and together they repair his spaceship. But the friends are pursued around the planet by ruthless tech billionaire Peter Fox (Bean), and his tenacious Security Chief (Arterton), bent on capturing and exploiting the alien at all costs.
Less than a decade into her career, actress Amandla Stenberg has already enjoyed at least two breakthrough moments, from her heartbreaking turn as the ill-fated young tribute Rue in “The Hunger Games” to her life-changing leading role in the recent big screen adaptation of “The Hate U Give.” Based on Angie Thomas’ timely bestseller of the same name, George Tillman Jr.’s film is built on Stenberg’s capable shoulders, casting the actress as Starr Carter, a clever teenager forced to live in two very different worlds, both of which come crashing down after a horrific crime.
“She’s allowed to be so multidimensional in a way most black characters are not,” the actress said in a recent interview with IndieWire. “She is so nuanced and real.
“It doesn't fell like many giant packages floating around, those $25 million-$30 million dramas, or the $60 million plus action movies, those are hard to make these days,” says Jonathan Kier ...
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