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Idris Elba To Star In Survival Thriller ‘Beast’ From ‘Everest’ Director | Film News

  Idris Elba has signed on to star in the survival thriller Beast, which will see Baltasar Kormakur (Everest) direct from a script penned by Ryan Engle (Rampage), based on an original idea by Jaime Primak-Sullivan. If that’s too much behind-the-scenes stuff, all you really need to know is this: Elba will be running from a killer lion. Sold?  […]

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‘Isn’t It Romantic’ & ‘Final Girls’ Director In Talks To Helm ‘Zombie Brother’ | Film News

  Isn’t It Romantic and Finals Girls director Todd Strauss-Schulson in talks to direct Zombie Brother, an action-comedy from STX Films. It’s an adaptation of China-based Tencent’s digital comic book of the same name, which has garnered more than 24 billion views over 241 episodes.   The comic has already been adapted into an animated series that has attracted more[…]

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Chris Pratt’s ‘Cowboy Ninja Viking’ Delayed Indefinitely | Film News

  One month before production was set to start on the Chris Pratt-led action vehicle Cowboy Ninja Viking, Universal has removed the film from its release calendar and delayed production indefinitely, according to Collider. However, the film reportedly still remains in active development.   Michelle MacLaren (Game Of Thrones) had been set to make her feature directorial debut with the[…]

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‘Rampage’ – Big Dumb Fun | Film Review

  There have been many movies based on video games and most cannot rise above the level of mediocre. So Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson faces a monstrous challenge with Warner Brothers/New Line Cinema‘s adaptation of Midway‘s arcade classic Rampage.   After a lab accident in space, a pathogen hits three locations turning an albino gorilla, a wolf and an alligator[…]

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‘The Commuter’ – Generic Liam Neeson Actioneer #68 | Film Review

  Since making Taken back in 2008, Liam Neeson has found himself a niche of modestly budgeted yet profitable action films. With The Commuter, it marks Neeson’s fourth time working with Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra.   Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson) is a 60-year-old insurance salesman who’s struggling financially and made worse when he is unfairly fired. On the commute back[…]

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