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‘Bullet Train’ First Look Photos: Director David Leitch Lets Blood Splatter and Cash Fly

Production is currently underway on the next big action movie from John Wick and Atomic Blonde filmmaker David Leitch. The movie is called Bullet Train, and it features the simple yet promising premise of a group of deadly assassins who all end up on the same train. Since Murder on the Orient Express was already […]

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Daisy Ridley Opens Up About Film Crews Labeling Her ‘Aggressive’ and ‘Intimidating’

Daisy Ridley opens up in the February 2021 edition of Tatler magazine (via Yahoo) about being labeled as “intimidating” and “quite aggressive” by crew members during different productions. Ridley’s career includes three “Star Wars” movies, “Murder on the Orient Express,” “Ophelia,” and the upcoming Doug Liman-directed action movie “Chaos Walking,” among other titles. It was […]

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Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell And David Oyelowo To Star In A Murder Mystery For Searchlight

Murder mysteries are back in style, after the success of star-studded adaptations like “Murder on the Orient Express,” and original whodunnits like “Knives Out.” The latest film to join the club is the as-of-now untitled murder mystery by Searchlight Pictures which will star Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, and David Oyelowo.Read More: Channing Tatum Reuniting With […]

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Daisy Ridley Confirms Rey Was Almost a Kenobi, Then Her Parentage Got Retconned

Of all the mysteries strung through the most recent “Star Wars” trilogy, none caused as much fervor as Rey’s parentage. “The Force Awakens” never revealed the identity of Rey’s parents, which ignited fan theories about whether or not the character could be a Skywalker, a Kenobi, or another offspring of a famous “Star Wars” character. […]

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Albert Finney, ‘Tom Jones’ Star Nominated for Five Oscars, Dies at 82

Albert Finney, one of the leading actors of the postwar period, has died after a short illness. He was 82.The robust British actor began as a stage actor before transitioning to film. With his gravely voice and rumbling stare he brought an intense realism to his work, rising to fame in such 1960s classics as […]

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Albert Finney, ‘Tom Jones’ Star Nominated for Five Oscars, Dies at 82

Albert Finney, one of the leading actors of the postwar period, has died after a short illness. He was 82.The robust British actor began as a stage actor before transitioning to film. With his gravely voice and rumbling stare he brought an intense realism to his work, rising to fame in such 1960s classics as […]

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Albert Finney, Five-Time Oscar Nominated Actor, Dies at 82

Albert Finney, the English actor who earned five Oscar nominations throughout his screen career, has died at age 82. Finney’s family confirmed the actor’s passing February 8 and told the Associated Press he “passed away peacefully after a short illness with those closest to him by his side.” Finney was diagnosed with kidney cancer in […]

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Judi Dench Joins Star-Studded ‘Cats’ Movie

Judi Dench has joined the cast of Universal Pictures and Working Title’s film adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical “Cats.”Dench was set to play Grizabella in the original West End production in 1981, but she snapped her Achilles Tendon shortly before previews began and had to withdraw from the show. The project is based […]

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‘The ABC Murders’: John Malkovich to Don the Mustache of Hercule Poirot in New Agatha Christie Adaptation

Kenneth Branagh played detective Hercule Poirot in last year’s Murder on the Orient Express and will soon be reprising the role in a sequel, but Branagh isn’t the only actor set to wear the character’s ludicrously large mustache. A new report says that John Malkovich will play the part in a new television adaptation of […]

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Anne V. Coates, Oscar-Winning Film Editor for ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ Dies at 92

English-born film editor Anne V. Coates, who won an Academy Award for cutting David Lean’s classic “Lawrence of Arabia,” has died. She was 92.She earned that 1963 Oscar: In addition to its impressive balance of imposing desert landscapes and vivid human drama (culled from some 31 miles of footage), the nearly four-hour epic contains one […]

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