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"Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation" First Impression

11:57 AM 7/28/2015 by Senh Duong
Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation"
Like I mentioned yesterday on, I went to a promotional screening of “Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation” last night. Like what the early reviews have indicated, it’s very good.

'Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation' TV Spot: This May Be the Last Mission On the heels of that incredible new Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation trailer, Paramount has just dropped a new TV spot to get you even more excited for the return of Ethan Hunt & Co. As Jeremy Renner’s Brandt says, this might be their last mission (ha, yeah, sure), so Ethan better make it count. Good news: it looks like he totally does. Continue reading…

"A Minute Ago You Were Dead..." - Second Trailer For Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation A second trailer has been released for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. The film stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames and Alec Baldwin. The IMF is on the verge of being shut down when it’s discovered that the Syndicate, an anti-IMF, is real and trying to take out Ethan Hunt and his crew. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation opens in theaters July 31st. Click here to view the embedded video. "A Minute Ago You Were Dead..." - Second Trailer For Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

Focus Features It should surprise no one that governments, including our own, have sometimes acted in ways unbecoming of a free democracy. They’ve done bad things is what I’m saying, and as is the case with any organization that’s committed questionable acts they’ve often tried to sweep those sins under the proverbial rug. We’ll never know how frequently they’ve gotten away with it, but sometimes a brave and possibly stupid soul speaks up — a whistle blower, a member of the press — and the government is shamed into proper behavior once again.


Kill the Messenger Review

IGN Movies - Thu, 2014-10-09 07:20

Alan Pakula's All the President's Men continues to give every wannabe journalist hope: With perseverance and a tough shell, a snooping writer could crack open even the most shrouded story. Kill the Messenger, starring Jeremy Renner as former San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Webb, slaps dreamers across the face with the iron glove of reality. Today, conspiracies and cover-ups still bubble underneath the surface of our government.


Renner On "Bourne Legacy" Follow-Up – Plans were announced several weeks back that actor Matt Damon and filmmaker Paul Greengrass were potentially coming back to the Jason Bourne franchise. In doing so, it appeared to leave the in development follow-up to the Damon-less "The Bourne Legacy" in question. 8 years 8 weeks ago via jetli

Jeremy Renner thinks a potential Matt Damon return to 'Bourne' would be 'Tremendous' – It is believed that Matt Damon and Paul Greengreass are returning to the "Bourne" franchise. What does that mean for Jeremy Renner's participation and the movie due out in 2016? Renner has some thoughts on it all. 8 years 9 weeks ago via brucelee

Larger-than-life true stories are catnip for Hollywood, as if “this really happened” imprints lend more gravitas and import than fictional narratives that are potentially just as trenchant or more so. The problem therein lies not only with doing the story justice, but seeing beyond the compelling details and transforming them into something with moving dramatic heft, with the freedom of fiction often being a much more pliant tool. And like most alluring substances, the attracting agents within the true story can be blinding.

Marvel Releases 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Synopsis

10:59 AM 9/16/2014 by Jeff Giles
Eager for a studio-sanctioned glimpse of what's about to go down when Avengers: Age of Ultron hits the big screen on May 1, 2015? Good news, superhero fans -- Marvel has released the first official synopsis for the Avengers sequel, including a hint of what triggers the fateful conflict between our heroes and the evil AI who tries to send them to their doom.

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