Dog Eat Dog trailer

Paul Schrader and Nicolas Cage‘s previous collaboration didn’t go so well. The Cold Dying of the Light was taken from the director, butchered and then dumped into theaters. Schrader and Cage disowned the film, a mess that actually features a pretty good performance from Cage. To avoid repeating the same experience twice, they made sure to make their next film under the right circumstances. With Dog Eat Dog, Schrader has final cut, so, unlike The Cold Dying of the Light, this darkly comedic crime thriller is a genuine Paul Schrader film.

Below, watch the Dog Eat Dog international trailer.

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Two Lovers and a Bear trailer

For a lot of actors, starring in an intense romantic drama set in the Arctic would seem like hard work. For Tatiana Maslany, it probably feels like a vacation since she gets to play just the one character. Two Lovers and a Bear stars the Orphan Black actress as one of the lovers and Dane DeHaan as the other. There is an actual, literal bear in this movie, too, but this might be one of those situations where the real bear is their troubled past or something like that.

Two Lovers and a Bear is the new movie by Kim Nguyen, the Canadian director of War Witch. Check out the Two Lovers and a Bear trailer after the jump.  Read More »

ISIS HBO miniseries coming from Bradley Cooper

First Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips joined forces for the Hangover trilogy, then they got slightly more serious with War Dogs, and now they’re going all-in with drama for HBO. The pair will team up for an HBO miniseries about the formation of ISIS, based on Joby Warrick‘s 2016 Pulitzer Prize-winning book Black Flags: The Rise of ISISRead More »

david huddleston dead

David Huddleston, the prolific character actor whose credits include The Big Lebowski and Blazing Saddles, has passed away from from heart and kidney disease at the age of 85. Even if you didn’t know his name, you almost certainly recognized his face – as a far as reliable “that guys” go, Huddleston was top notch, never failing to improve any scene in which he took part.

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Duplass brothers

Although HBO canceled Togetherness after only two delightful and often painful seasons, they’re not out of business with the Duplass brothers just yet. The cable network has ordered a new anthology series from writers and directors Mark and Jay Duplass. Next year is when we’ll Room 104, which is about “finding the magic in the mundane.”

Below, learn more about The Duplass brothers new HBO show.

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Oliver Stone PSA

It’s a bit baffling that we still have to ask people to have the common courtesy to turn off their cell phones and keep them put away in a movie theater. It’s extremely frustrating to hear a ringtone go off during a movie or see a bright screen pop up in the darkness. There are even people who think it’s appropriate to take a selfie with the flash on during a movie (something I’ve personally experienced). It’s just sad.

Thankfully, the discourteous behavior of rude people has resulted in at least some form of amusement when we get a PSA (usually from the Alamo Drafthouse) about keeping your cell phone off during a movie. But today, we get an Oliver Stone PSA from Open Road Films inspired by the forthcoming film Snowden where he not only asks you to turn your cell phone off, but also warns us that this little device will be the downfall of humanity. It’s exactly what you’d expect from Oliver Stone. Read More »

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Allied first look pic

We’re only three months away from seeing another Robert Zemeckis film. Allied has an Awards-friendly release date and stars Brad PittMarion Cotillard, Lizzy CaplanMatthew Goode, and Jared Harris. Making the WWII drama all the more promising, it’s also written by Steven Knight (Locke), whose new showTaboo, comes to FX next year.

Below, check out the full Allied first look.

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The Night Of season 2
HBO’s The Night Of was designed as a one-and-done miniseries, but as you know, any film or movie these days that is modestly successful is ripe for a sequel. Series executive producer Steven Zaillian says there have already been talks about doing a second season of the acclaimed series, which follows the story of a man who is charged with murder after finding a girl he just met the night before stabbed to death.
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Cruel Intentions pilots

NBC had announced a series based on the 1999 movie Cruel Intentions at their upfronts presentation in May. However, Cruel Intentions is not on their fall schedule. After the executive session for the Television Critics Association, NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke told reporters that the network is currently exploring options for streaming services. So they are developing both a broadcast-friendly version and a racier version in the event they don’t air on broadcast.

“I think there would be two versions of the show,” Salke said. “If it ends up on some alternative platform, we would have more leeway, but it is designed to be dishy and fun and push the envelope as far as sexuality. It’s not something we’re inviting kids in to watch.”  Read More »