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Lionsgate Ordell (Mos Def) and Louis (John Hawkes) have planned the perfect kidnapping. Their target is Mickey (Jennifer Aniston), wife to a sketchy businessman named Frank (Tim Robbins) who’s hiding a fortune in a secret bank account. The plan is simple. Kidnap Mickey, tell Frank to pay the ransom if he ever wants to see his wife again and then retire in style. But they never considered the possibility that Frank might not want his wife back. Chronology is a funny thing.

John Hillcoat's 'Triple Nine' Sets Fall 2015 Release Date 2015 may be over-saturated with costly tentpoles, but we have release date news of at least two films that appear to be aiming at an older crowd: we suspect each will be worlds apart in tone once all is said and done, First up, THR reports that John Hillcoat’s followup to “Lawless” will hit theaters next year on September 11th. Titled “Triple Nine,” the Matt Cook-scripted heist thriller will follow “a crew of dirty cops that [are] blackmailed by the Russian mob to execute a virtually impossible heist.

Ridley Scott Tries to Explain Why the ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Cast is So White Normally, Ridley Scott tapping Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton for the leads of his next movie would be cause for excitement. But in the case of Exodus: Gods and Kings, Scott’s choices have raised some eyebrows. You see, Exodus is a film set in ancient Egypt, about ancient Egyptians, specifically Moses and Ramses. More than a few people have pointed out the oddness of casting Caucasian people to play Africans — especially since the few black actors he did cast appear to be playing lower-class and criminal elements.

‘Rosewater’ Review: Jon Stewart Gets Earnest With a Real-Life Story of Middle East Brutality Jon Stewart fans, here's the bottom line: Stewart's debut as a movie director, “Rosewater,” has little in common with his Emmy-winning day job as host of “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.” That's good in some ways, and not so good in others. “Rosewater,” which is expected to premiere at the Telluride Film Festival this week before screening at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday, is a solid, quietly involving work about political turmoil in the Middle East, and the toll it takes on a free press.

First Birdman reviews talk Oscar buzz and Michael Keaton's great comeback One of the most anticipated movies of the year for a lot of people has to be Alejandro Iñárritu’s BIRDMAN. The first reviews for the movie have come out of the Venice Film Festival and they're absolutely glowing about almost every aspect of this film. It’s getting very high marks for the cast especially Michael Keaton, the screenwriting (also... Read More...

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Ridley Scott Tries to Explain Why the ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Cast is So White

feedproxy.google.com – Normally, Ridley Scott tapping Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton for the leads of his next movie would be cause for excitement. But in the case of Exodus: Gods and Kings, Scott’s choices have raised some eyebrows. You see, Exodus is a film set in ancient Egypt, about ancient Egyptians, specifically Moses and Ramses.

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‘Serena’ Image with Jennifer Lawrence; Still Without a U.S. Release Date

screenrant.com – The period drama Serena is an oddity – in the sense that we’ve heard so little about it, thus far. The flick stars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper - their third movie together along with Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle – and was directed by filmmaker Susanne Bier, whose previous work includes the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar-winning film In a Better World. 21 hours 23 min ago via donnieyen
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Chiwetel Ejiofor’s ‘Triple Nine’ Release Set for September 2015

variety.com – Open Road Films will release John Hillcoat’s police thriller “Triple Nine” on Sept. 11, 2015. Chiwetel Ejiofor stars alongside Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Woody Harrelson, Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet, Gal Gadot, Norman Reedus, Teresa Palmer and Clifton Collins, Jr. Anonymous Content, Sierra/Affinity and Worldview Entertainment are financing and producing. Matt Cook wrote the script, in which a crew of dirty cops is blackmailed by... 1 day 14 hours ago via jackiechan

First Trailer For Horror Thriller The Pyramid Stalk like an EgyptianThere are many scary legends about the curses that may befell adventurers who dare disturb the slumber of the Egyptian Pharaohs by poking around in their tombs. But that doesn’t seem to deflect those who think they’re doing archaeology or history a favour by cracking open pyramids and exploring within. And that is exactly where the team in The Pyramid gets into trouble in the first trailer for the horror thriller.Denis O’Hare is Holden, the leader of a team daring to delve deep within a new, three-sided pyramid discovered beneath the Egyptian desert.

The new international trailer and poster for director Alexandre Aja's Horns have arrived and can be viewed below.

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