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Horror Master Timo Tjahjanto Set To Direct Under Siege Reboot For HBO Max

Most of the great action movies of the ’90s involved two stubborn men scrapping over the keys to the car. Michael Bay relocated the fight to Alcatraz for “The Rock,” while “Con Air,” “Executive Decision,” and “Air Force One” moved the macho spat to the skies. “Under Siege” has Steven Seagal and Tommy Lee Jones […]

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From Trump Supporters to Pig Pals, Unconventional Lead Roles Enter the Best Actor Race

The Oscar season may not have officially begun, but three talented leading men — Nicolas Cage (“Pig“), Matt Damon (“Stillwater“) and Winston Duke (“Nine Days“) — are all delivering awards-worthy performances in three very unconventional movies. Likely to face an uphill battle on the awards circuit, the right campaign and support from critics could help […]

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Now Stream This: ‘Gone Girl’, ‘His House’, ‘Unfriended’, ‘Moneyball’, ‘The Rock’, ‘Crazy, Not Insane’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Gone Girl Now Streaming on Hulu Release Date: 2014 Genre: Mystery-Drama Director: David Fincher Cast: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Carrie Coon, Tyler Perry David Fincher is back this […]

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‘Ballers’ Superfan Elizabeth Warren Says She’d Love Dwayne Johnson to Run for President

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is a known fan of HBO’s “Ballers.” The bro-centric football comedy even paid tribute to the politician in the show’s Season 5 premiere, with star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson seen reading a copy of her 2017 book “The Fight Is Our Fight.”In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Warren […]

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‘Ballers’ Season 5 Teaser Trailer: Somehow Dwayne Johnson, The Biggest Star In The World, Is Still On HBO

By now, it’s quite evident that Dwayne Johnson is a household name. His presence in pop culture is felt through his blockbuster performances in studio behemoths such as “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” the “Fast and the Furious” franchise, and even an animated venture with “Moana.” However, he also holds occupation in television – I […]

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Karen Golden, ‘Transformers’ Script Supervisor, Dies at 78

Veteran script supervisor Karen Golden, best known for her work on “Transformers,” died Tuesday after a seven year battle with Alzheimer’s. She was 78.Golden spent her career working alongside a long list of major film directors, including Michael Bay, John Huston and Ron Shelton. She collaborated with Bay on scripts for “Armageddon,” “Pearl Harbor,” “Bad […]

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Disputes “Generation Snowflake” Comments & Says Interview Is “100% Fabricated”

Apparently, The Rock doesn’t hate Generation Snowflake. Well, more accurately, he doesn’t even know what that is.In a new video posted to Instagram, Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, set the record straight about a recent “interview” that was attributed to him that included a series of quotes that featured the actor going off on millennials […]

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Criterion: ‘Princess Bride,’ Hal Ashby’s ‘Shampoo,’ Brian De Palma & More Highlight October Releases

Inconceivable! A mainstream, populist romantic comedy fantasy adventure film by Rob Reiner in the Criterion Collection? It’s happening, 1985’s “The Princess Bride” is coming to the esteemed Criterion Collection in October. Granted not all Criterion releases are formalist, chin-scratching, slow cinema longreads (jk)—Criterion released, Michael Bay‘s “The Rock,” Kevin Smith‘s “Chasing Amy,” “RoboCop” and most […]

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