Synopsis: The Strangers is a suspense thriller revolving around a couple in a remote suburban house who are targeted by three dangerous masked Strangers. The resulting clashes force the couple to go well beyond what they thought themselves capable of in order to survive.
Cast: Liv Tyler, Scott Speedman, Glenn Howerton, Gemma Ward; Directed by: Bryan Bertino
Synopsis: Two determined students at a West Coast University, Arian (Derek Luke) and Ernest (Michael Peña), follow the inspiration of their idealistic professor, Dr. Malley (Robert Redford), and attempt to do something important with their lives.
But when the two make the bold decision to join the battle in Afghanistan, Malley is both moved and distraught. Now, as Arian and Ernest fight for survival in the field, they become the string that binds together two disparate stories on opposite sides of America. In California, an anguished Dr. Malley attempts to reach a privileged but disaffected student (Andrew Garfield) who is the very opposite of Arian and Ernest.
Meanwhile, in Washington D.C. the charismatic Presidential hopeful, Senator Jasper Irving (Tom Cruise), is about to give a bombshell story to a probing TV journalist (Meryl Streep) that may affect Arian and Ernest’s fates. As arguments, memories and bullets fly, the three stories are woven ever more tightly together, revealing how each of these Americans has a profound impact on each other and the world.
Cast: Robert Redford, Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, Michael Peña, Peter Berg, Derek Luke; Directed by: Robert Redford
Synopsis: The producers of The Wedding Crashers are back with the comedy The Comebacks. Spoofing countless inspirational sports movies, the film stars David Koechner (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy) as Champ Fields, a football coach who suffers from a streak of bad luck that has become the stuff of legend. As a last resort, he takes a job coaching a college football team populated with some of the least desirable players imaginable. He must pull this ragtag crew together in order to salvage his career. Carl Weathers plays rival coach Freddie Wiseman. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
Cast: David Koechner, Carl Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, Brooke Nevin, Jackie Long, Jesse Garcia; Directed by: Tom Brady
The Kingdom “succeeds as both a shoot ‘em-up popcorn flick and a thoughtful study of culture clash.”
Universal’s engrossing new thriller The Kingdom follows an elite FBI squad (Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman and Chris Cooper) that is sent on a secret five-day mission to investigate a terrorist bombing at a U.S. housing compound in Riyadh. Facing resistance from his own government as well as the Saudis, FBI Special Agent Ronald Fleury (Foxx) finds an unlikely ally in the man who should be his greatest obstacle.
Colonel Al-Ghazi (Ashraf Barhom) is supposed to be the FBI team’s minder, the official who informs them of the rules and of what they can and cannot do. But these two cops soon find they are more like-minded than not, forging a union to hunt down the terrorist cell behind the bombings. An FBI team in a hostile territory is too tempting a target for the terrorists to resist, triggering a life-or-death struggle for our heroes to not only bring the bombers to justice but to also get home alive.
The Kingdom succeeds as both a shoot ‘em-up popcorn flick and a thoughtful study of culture clash. While director Peter Berg definitely keeps the emphasis on action and thrills, the script by Matthew Michael Carnahan offers a largely balanced and multi-dimensional view of the realm the American protagonists find themselves in. The story’s point that there is more that unites these two opposing cultures than divides them is explored through the nicely drawn relationship between Fleury and Al-Ghazi.
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Rumor has it that Mike Vogel might be cast to play Captain Kirk in the upcoming Star Trek XI.
As director J.J. Abrams’ big-screen reboot of Star Trek prepares to go before cameras in November, an international hunt has been under way for actors to play the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise. With the roles of Spock, Uhura and Chekov officially cast, the rumor mill has finally suggested who might be up for the leading role of Captain James T. Kirk, originated by Emmy winner William Shatner.
According to IESB.net, Poseidon actor Mike Vogel is the “front runner” to play Kirk. Vogel, 28, will next be seen in the much-hyped Abrams-produced horror flick known as Cloverfield. His credits also include The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Rumor Has It.
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The Kingdom (Thriller) – Cast: Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman, Chris Cooper, Jeremy Piven; Directed by: Peter Berg
Jennifer Biel has landed the coveted role of Wonder Woman in the upcoming JLA film and in celebration Scott Collura over at IGN is featuring the top ten Jennifer Biel roles.
With word coming yesterday that actress and all-around hottie Jessica Biel is in talks to star as Wonder Woman in the upcoming JLA film, what better time is there than now to take a look back at the wonderful Ms. Biel’s resume, specifically with an eye to examining her hottest turns before the camera. Because let’s face it: Wonder Woman’s number one responsibility is to look good… very, very good.
Some fans love the notion of Biel playing Wonder Woman while others hate it, but there’s no denying that the starlet has done her fair share of sexy over the past few years. Submitted for your approval then are Jessica Biel’s Top 10 Sexiest Roles. Consider this something to tide to you over until you get your first glimpse of Biel in the red, white, and blue WW undies…
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Synopsis: A love story set against the backdrop of the 1960s amid the turbulent years of anti-war protest, mind exploration and rock ‘n roll, from the dockyards of Liverpool to the creative psychedelia of Greenwich Village, from the riot-torn streets of Detroit to the killing fields of Vietnam.
Star-crossed lovers, Jude (Jim Sturgess) and Lucy (Evan Rachel Wood), along with a small group of friends and musicians, are swept up into the emerging anti-war and counterculture movements, with “Dr. Robert” (Bono) and “Mr. Kite” (Eddie Izzard) as their guides. Tumultuous forces outside their control ultimately tear the young lovers apart, forcing Jude and Lucy – against all odds – to find their own way back to each other.
Cast: Jim Sturgess, Evan Rachel Wood, Joe Anderson, Dana Fuchs, Cynthia Loebe, Martin Luther, T.V. Carpio, Heather Janneck; Directed by: Julie Taymor
The co-star of the Rambo fills us in on to what to expect with the upcoming sequel.
Sly Stallone already had a bit of a career resurgence last year when he brought his Rocky Balboa character back to the big screen for one last go, and now the multi-hyphenate filmmaker is working on a similar return to glory for another of his classic characters, John Rambo. IGN recently spoke exclusively about the project to actor Graham McTavish, who appears in the picture as an uneasy ally of Rambo’s.
“I play a character called Lewis who is the leader of a group of mercenaries that Rambo takes up with,” says the actor. “And he is best described as a very angry, bitter man, and has a very interesting adversarial relationship with Rambo … even though they are technically on the same team. He doesn’t want to be there, he doesn’t want to be with the guys that he’s working with, and he definitely doesn’t want to be with Rambo. So that’s kind of where my character is coming from.”
The film, titled simply enough John Rambo, is rumored to be a quite violent affair. McTavish confirms this fact.
“[Stallone is] not going to pull any punches and I think his motivation for that is, apart from wanting to provide something that’s entertaining, the conflict that’s described in that film is a real conflict,” he says. “I mean this is really happening. And whatever is described visually in that movie is nothing compared with what those people are really experiencing, so I think he felt that he owed it to them rather than to candy-coat it with ‘somebody gets shot and they just sort of fall to the ground.’ You’re going to see what happens when people go to war, and I think that’s important.”
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