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One of the best things about the Mission: Impossible series — and many Tom Cruise action films, actually — is how dedicated Cruise is to performing as many of his stunts as possible. Directors have grown increasingly reliable on CG to create dangerous stunts, but Cruise likes to keep things real. You can get a taste of that in the latest clip from Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation which features the actor involved in some crazy chase sequences. Continue reading…

First Trailer For London Has Fallen Released Lionsgate has released the first trailer for London Has Fallen, the sequel to the 2013 film Olympus Has Fallen. Gerard Butler returns as the secret service head for the President (Aaron Eckhart) on a trip to London when terrorists attack. Morgan Freeman, Charlotte Riley and Angela Bassett also star. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen begins in London, where the British Prime Minister has passed away under mysterious circumstances. His funeral is a must-attend event for leaders of the western world.

Warner Bros. Comic-Con Panel Announced – Which Superhero Movies Will We See? This year, many movie studios are deciding not to show off their upcoming projects at Comic-Con, which kicks off in San Diego next month. Marvel, Sony, and Paramount are all skipping the event, each for slightly different reasons. As reports have indicated, Sony and Paramount decided that they don’t have enough “fanboy material” that would be worth the hundreds of thousands of dollars it costs to put on such a presentation.

Actor Jack Huston Drops Out of 'The Crow' Remake Variety is reporting that “Boardwalk Empire” star Jack Huston has exited Relativity Media’s and Dimension Films’ remake of the “The Crow” citing ‘scheduling conflicts’ as the main reason for the actors departure.

‘London Has Fallen’ Moves to Early 2016 In the first half of 2013, two action thrillers dealt with an attack on the White House, yet another case of copycat films dueling at the box office. While both Antoine Fuqua’s Olympus Has Fallen and the Roland Emmerich-directed White House Down managed to turn a profit, the former’s more modest budget qualified it as the undisputed victor. In Olympus Has Fallen, Gerard Butler channeled his inner John McClane as former presidential guard Mike Banning, who must rescue Aaron Eckhart’s President Asher from terrorists.

Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson contend with a cult in the Regression trailer The beginning of the year saw an international trailer for Alejandro Amenabar's (THE SEA INSIDE, THE OTHERS) latest thriller, but now we have a brand new trailer that's sure to send some creepy vibes your way. REGRESSION follows a young girl (Emma Watson) who is sexually abused by her father. This heinous act is just the tip of the iceberg as they seem to be at the very center of a... Read More...

Box Office: Spy Sneaks to the Top Spot Decent start for Spy, enough to beat San Andreas to the top, but not by much, while Insidious Chapter 3 opened in 3rd. Spy brought in $29.1 million for Fox, which for star Melissa McCarthy is ahead of Tammy‘s $21.6 million debut but behind that of The Heat, $39.1 million. Reviews are very strong for […] Read Box Office: Spy Sneaks to the Top Spot on Filmonic.

New Writer For Live-Action Akira Daredevil's Marco Ramirez starting from scratchWay back in 2007, Warner Bros. announced development of a massive new live-action adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo's seminal manga Akira. Three years later it was shut down. Two years ago it was back on again. Then it was shut down again. And while we've heard nothing since, there's suddenly evidence this morning that the project is still chugging away at the studio.

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