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From Tom Clancy, the name behind Patriot Games & Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit as well as games like Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon, comes NETFORCE
TOM CLANCY’S NETFORCE In a world where crime is becoming increasingly sophisticated, no one can catch the new breed of technology-savvy crooks. No one except the NetForce.
Includes 3 Bonus Movies!
CODE NAME: DANCER
Anne abandons her mundane life and returns to the CIA when she gets word that her former partner is held captive in Cuba.
The U.S. military tries to stop a secret missile from launching, but a traitor redirects its target sending it straight for Washington, D.C. Starring Louis Gossett, Jr.
The son of a CIA agent must protect his old man and his young love (Sandra Bullock) from a notorious criminal.
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The guy who made that Lincoln movie has finally settled on what he’ll make as his follow-up effort. Though director Steven Spielberg (Lincoln) has been attached to numerous project over the last couple years, it seems the next film he’ll tackle will be that Cold War drama the Coen brothers are writing for Tom Hanks to star. Spielberg’s own DreamWorks has given the still-untitled film an October 16, 2015 release on their calendar. An adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG will then follow that up as Spielberg’s next project; that’s scheduled to open less than nine months later, July 1, 2016. This guy is really going to make us wait fur Lincoln: Resurrection.
Answering why Ben Affleck was moping so hard beside his Batmobile, it’s being reported that Wonder Woman, Shazam, Sandman, Green Lantern and The Flash are all getting movies before Batman gets another solo project. Nikki Finke claims to have a Warner Bros. schedule we weren’t supposed to see until Comic Con, on it a list of all the studio’s planned superhero releases up to summer 2018. Here, have a look:
May 2016 – Batman v Superman
July 2016 – Shazam
Xmas 2016 – Sandman
May 2017 – Justice League
July 2017 – Wonder Woman
Xmas 2017 – Flash and Green Lantern team-up
May 2018 – Man Of Steel 2
It’s already known that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will direct and star in Sandman, and Justice League is old news, but who knew Warner’s nearly decade-old plan for a Shazam movie was still on the table (with or without long-attached star Dwayne Johnson)? Also moderately surprising: the invisible jet of a Wonder Woman movie–always seemingly right there but never quite visible–is finally happening. And since no one wanted to see Ryan Reynolds, now Green Lantern has to bring a cool friend if he’s going out.
After all this? Then it will be nearly 2020, and we can finally do the live-action Golden Girls-esque Super Friends sitcom we’ve been stupidly putting off.
Eric Roberts Deems ‘Human Centipede 3′ To Be ‘Really Horrible,’ and He Has Been in So Many Eric Roberts Movies
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Eric Roberts has divulged that The Human Centipede: Final Sequence is “really horrible,” as if we couldn’t guess that already. “I’m sworn to secrecy,” he said, but still added that the film has “a centipede that is made of prison inmates, and they’re all hooked together. When you see this, you will never want to commit a crime and go to prison.” Oh, man, did he just spoil the moral?
Singer-songwriter John Legend and Step Up: All In writer John Swetnam are teaming up to fuse the found-footage = and dance genres into one jittering mass of shaky movement. According to Deadline, Legend will produce and Swetnam will make his directing debut on Breaking Through, “the first feature of its kind to combine two subgenres — dance movies and found footage — in a plot described as a ‘documentary-style dance drama for the YouTube generation.'” Presumably, the drama will come when someone finds footage of dancing, uploads it for everyone to ridicule, and then the person in the video feels bad about themselves for the rest of their lives.
Just moments away from the 86th Academy Awards, Julie Delpy decided it was time to sound off her opinion on the men behind the screen and the state of independent films.
During an interview with So Film at the Spirit Awards this evening (March 1), the “Before Midnight” star said, “We have the Golden Globes. If you could see it, you wouldn’t believe that there’s anything good about it. The same goes for the Oscars.”
“It’s 90 percent white men over 70 who need money because they haven’t done anything in a long time. You just need to give them two or three presents and they’re in your pocket. It doesn’t mean anything to me, so I don’t really care if there are women in the selection process,” Delpy added.
Julie is nominated for an Oscar along with Ethan Hawke and director Richard Linklater for writing the script to “Before Midnight,” but she’s not afraid to give her opinions on the Academy’s process. She didn’t stop there though. Julie went on to lament the state of Independent film and the impact of big producers including Harvey Weinstein.
“I think they love cinema, but they also like to take a movie and give it an added value, then kill everything left behind,” Julie explained. “This has a lot to do with the Oscars. In the ’90s, there were real independent movies, but they have slowly been crushed by the majors. The minute they take over something, they crush it. … Every time I’ve become a part of the Hollywood mainstream, it’s been crap! Let’s be honest: 90 percent of movies made in Hollywood are crap.”
Question by Essie: What other movies would you recommend?
I’m trying to decide what to buy a friend and her boyfriend for Christmas, Movies I know they both enjoy are:
Super Troopers and other comedies like his that I can’t think of right now
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Nightmare Before Christmas
Preferably not new releases, classic comedy movies or something.
Answer by anja
Maybe Edward Scissorhands? It’s romantic and magical.
What do you think? Answer below!