• Gunny Beckett Returns in 'Sniper: Legacy'

    2014
    Tom Berenger's Marine sergeant teams up with his son (also a Marine) in this fourth sequel to the 1993 classic.
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  • Chris Pratt Turns Superhero Leader in 'Guardians’

    2014
    Pratt's performance combines the comedy of "Parks and Recreation" with the drama of his role in "Zero Dark Thirty."
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  • Colin Firth is a Killer Spy in New 'Kingsman' Film

    2014
    Colin Firth is a "gentleman spy" with a killer umbrella and Samuel L. Jackson a blood-hating villain with a lisp in "Kingsman: The Secret Service."
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  • Saving 'Dom Hemingway'

    2014
    The new movie starring Jude Law can't decide if it wants to be a British gangster flick or a heartwarming father-daughter tale.
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  • Reconnecting Back Home in 'Fort Bliss'

    2014
    Michelle Monaghan stars as an Army medic who has a rough time with her young son after returning from deployment in Afghanistan.
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French Director Slams Taiwan Paparazzi

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Associated Press | Nov 04, 2013

TAIPEI, Taiwan - French film director Luc Besson on Friday slammed paparazzi in Taiwan for interfering with the shooting of his latest film starring Scarlett Johansson, but denied reports that he considered leaving the island early to underscore his disgust over their actions. Besson spent 11 days in Taipei filming "Lucy" with Johansson, who plays a drug mule whose contact with a "super-serum" endows her with superhuman abilities. Meeting reporters in Taipei a day after he finished shooting the Taiwan part of the film, Besson blasted the paparazzi for dogging the production, saying it was his right as a director to keep details, such as ... more

Mandela Movie to Open This Month in South Africa

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Associated Press | Nov 04, 2013

JOHANNESBURG - Nelson Mandela was amused by the elaborate makeup process a British actor went through to play him in a film based on his autobiography, the movie's producer said Saturday of a special screening for the former South African president last year. "Is that me?" Anant Singh, the South African producer of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," recalled a smiling Mandela as saying when he saw a picture of actor Idris Elba as an elderly version of the man who spent 27 years in jail under white minority rule. After he was freed, Mandela led South Africa through a difficult transition to its first racially inclusive elections in 1994, a h... more

How Marvel Films Got So Marvelous

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San Francisco Chronicle | Nov 04, 2013

He is the master of the universe. And he's only 40. Kevin Feige, president of production at Marvel Studios, oversees the most popular franchise in movies today -- the Marvel Cinematic Universe ("Iron Man," "Captain America," "Thor," "Hulk," "The Avengers"). The primary innovation among the eight films (and counting) is that they interconnect: The movies have different protagonists and settings, but share characters and intertwine story lines, just as the comics have for decades. "We were always interested in doing it, but there wasn't an opportunity until we had our own studio," Feige says by phone from London. "So when we got the financ... more

And They Call This Studio Moriah

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Associated Press | Nov 04, 2013

LOS ANGELES - One Hollywood film studio has commanded only A-list talent since its inception - Elizabeth Taylor, Morgan Freeman, Sandra Bullock, Michael Douglas, Nicole Kidman - and they all worked for free. What kind of studio head has such pull? It's Rabbi Marvin Hier, the mini-mogul of Moriah Films, the movie division of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Founded by Hier in 1981, Moriah Films has won two Academy Awards for its historical documentaries. Its latest effort, "The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers," featuring the voices of Bullock and Christoph Waltz, opens Wednesday in Los Angeles and expands to more cities next month. "We just fin... more

Daniel Radcliffe to Star as Olympic Runner Coe

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Associated Press | Nov 01, 2013

LONDON - "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe has signed on to play British Olympic runner Sebastian Coe in a movie about rivalries on the running track. "Gold" will tell the story of the tense rivalry between Coe and fellow middle distance runner Steve Ovett in the run-up to the 1980 Moscow Olympics, where Ovett won the 800 meters and Coe took the 1500 meters. Coe, also a gold medalist in 1984, went on to become a politician and headed the London organizing committee at last year's summer Olympics. The movie reunites the 24-year-old Radcliffe with James Watkins, the director of the 2012 film "The Woman in Black." Filming is expected to... more

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