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‘Kraven the Hunter’ Movie Coming from ‘Triple Frontier’ Director J.C. Chandor

J.C. Chandor, the director of Triple Frontier and All is Lost, is in talks to direct Kraven the Hunter, Sony’s live-action movie centering on the notorious Spider-Man villain from Marvel Comics. The film has been in development for years, and Richard Wenk (The Equalizer) wrote the screenplay. Chandor’s previous filmography makes him an odd choice […]

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‘Triple Frontier’ Review: A Great Cast Scowls and Shoots Their Way Through This Junk Food Action Flick

Triple Frontier had a long, strange journey to the big screen. Back in 2011, Kathryn Bigelow was set to direct, with Tom Hanks starring. By 2015, Bigelow was out, and J.C. Chandor was in. Chandor would spend the next several years with the project, with one big name after another being floated […]The post ‘Triple […]

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Film Review: ‘Triple Frontier’

J.C. Chandor is a gifted anomaly, a writer-director of reality-oriented drama who, until now, has made just three features: the high-finance meltdown thriller “Margin Call” (2011), the Robert-Redford-stranded-at-sea solo adventure “All Is Lost” (2013), and the good-man-gone-bad business/crime tragedy “A Most Violent Year” (2014). Each Chandor film, to me, has been better than the one […]

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‘Triple Frontier’ Trailer: J.C. Chandor’s Action Vehicle Stars Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and Charlie Hunnam

Director J.C. Chandor has been on somewhat of a subtle meteoric rise since his debut in 2011 with the financial crisis-based “Margin Call.” Seamlessly, he has elevated his cinematic style, using Robert Redford as a one-man show in “All Is Lost” and tackling the criminal landscape in “A Most Violent Year.” While all these films […]

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‘Triple Frontier’: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac & Pals Try & Take Down A South American Drug Lord

It’s something of a miracle that the trailer for “Triple Frontier” is here, right in front of your eyes today. Originally a Kathryn Bigelow film, meant to be her big follow-up to the Oscar-winning “The Hurt Locker,” written by her constant collaborator, journalistic-like screenwriter and producer Mark Boal, “Triple Frontier” was a movie that started […]

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