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Michael Chapman, ‘The Fugitive’ and ‘Raging Bull’ Cinematographer, Dies at 84

Michael Chapman, the cinematographer who lensed classics like “The Fugitive” and “Raging Bull, died on Sunday. His wife, screenwriter Amy Holden Jones made the announcement on Twitter. Chapman was 84.“Goodbye to the love of my life. Michael Chapman Sept 20 2020”Goodbye to the love of my life. Michael Chapman Sept 20 2020 https://t.co/rkhyjGjkMd— Amy Holden […]

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‘Just Cause’: ‘Stuber’ Director To Take On Film Adaptation Of Popular Video Game Franchise

Over his past couple of features, “Stuber” and “Coffee & Kareem,” Michael Dowse has established himself as a director that loves to play with the combination of over-the-top violence and raunchy humor. And if there was ever a video game franchise that Dowse could apply that style to with a film adaptation, it would be […]

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‘Coffee & Kareem’: An Awful, Exploitive, Tone-Deaf Riff On ’48 Hours’ & ‘Kindergarten Cop’ [Review]

The history of race-focused buddy-cop action-comedies goes something like this: two disparate people from disparate backgrounds—usually an asshole police officer and a person of color, who isn’t a cop (think “48 Hours“)—are unexpectedly thrust together when some crime goes awry. Through plot machinations, these two unlikely partners— usually detesting one another for various reasons, racial […]

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Dave Bautista Calls Out Writer for Being ‘Judgmental Prick’ Over ‘My Spy’ Joke

If you’re trying to crack a joke on social media about Dave Bautista, maybe it’s not a great idea to tag the actor. The “Blade Runner 2049” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” actor called out a writer on Twitter for being a “judgmental prick” after the writer made a joke criticizing Bautista’s upcoming release “My […]

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Dave Bautista’s Stx Comedy ‘My Spy’ Pushed to 2020 (Exclusive)

Dave Bautista’s action comedy “My Spy” has been moved off of its August 23 release date, numerous individuals familiar with the film’s studio, Stx Films, told Variety.The family-centric tale about a hardened CIA operative and his unlikely 9-year-old sidekick is seeking a new date in the first quarter of 2020. It could open as early […]

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