Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
There are less than 24 hours to go until Netflix premieres the third season of House of Cards, meaning you’re running out of time if you still need to catch up or brush up on the first two seasons. Luckily, the Fine Bros. are here to help.
The fast-talking duo have put together a nine-minute House of Cards video recap that covers the past 26 episodes. You’ll have a hard time finding a more efficient way to get yourself up to speed. Watch it after the jump. Read More »
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Snowden, the film Oliver Stone is making based on the story of whistleblower Edward Snowden, who released thousands of National Security Administration documents to the press, just recruited Nicolas Cage. The actor will play “a former U.S. Intelligence Official” in the Edward Snowden movie, which is shooting now in Munich. But which Nic Cage will we get for this project? Read More »
Oliver Stone is casting up his sure to be hot-topic Edward Snowden film. He’s already got Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the infamous whistleblower and Shailene Woodley as his girlfriend. Now, he’s added the three other major roles in the film.
Oscar-winner Melissa Leo will play Laura Poitras, the journalist/filmmaker who was part of Snowden’s revelations and directed the Best Documentary Oscar nominee, CitizenFour. Zachary Quinto will play Glenn Greenwald, the journalist Snowden chooses to help release the secrets and Oscar-nominee Tom Wilkinson will play Ewen MacAskill, a reporter at The Guardian who fact-checked and helped break these secrets. Read more about the Edward Snowden movie casting below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by Angie Han
Ronald Reagan is going back to the big screen. David Henrie is set to play the former U.S. President in Reagan, an indie biopic told from the view of a KGB agent keeping tabs on him. Or perhaps that should be future U.S. President, because the film will focus on Reagan’s pre-Oval Office days. More on the Ronald Reagan biopic after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 by Angie Han
Pack up your finest chainmail and broadswords, because we’re due for another trip to Westeros. HBO has announced a spring 2015 premiere date for Game of Thrones Season 5, as well as for Veep Season 4 and Silicon Valley Season 2.
Additionally, the premium cable network has just renewed Real Time with Bill Maher for two more seasons, which will be the show’s 14th and 15th. More details on the Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere date and Real Time with Bill Maher renewal after the jump. Read More »
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Audiences don’t have to wait much longer to find out what happens in the life of the sinister politician Frank Underwood. House of Cards season 3 will be back February 27, 2015. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will be back as the story follows the Underwoods as they… well, that would be a spoiler.
A short teaser has been revealed to announce the House of Cards season 3 release date and you can check it out below. However, if you haven’t finished the second season, this contains a major spoiler. So be aware. But check out the House of Cards season 3 teaser below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 by Angie Han
Way back around 2008 or so, David O. Russell shot most of a political satire called Nailed. The reason we’ve never seen it is that he eventually abandoned it in 2010, after many stops and starts and financial struggles. But every so often, we get word that someone, somewhere might still try to put it out. And as today, a real release seems closer than ever.
U.K. distributor Arrow Films has scooped up Nailed, now called Politics of Love, with intentions of releasing it in 2015. Does that mean it might eventually make its way to our shores as well? Hit the jump for more details on the Nailed release, including the first official synopsis.
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Michael Bay is in talks to direct a Benghazi movie. The film in question is 13 Hours, based on the book 13 Hours: A Firsthand Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi by Mitchell Zuckoff. Paramount optioned that book prior to publication, and Chuck Hogan has scripted an adaptation. The deal isn’t set yet, but few things seem like such an appropriately Bizarro World choice as having Bay turn the Benghazi attacks — an awful situation regardless of politics — into an action movie. Read More »
Posted on Monday, October 20th, 2014 by Angie Han
HBO’s The Wire ended its run in 2008 after 60 episodes across five acclaimed seasons. But if creator David Simon had had his way, he might have stuck around that universe a little bit longer. In a recent interview, he talked about his discarded plans for a The Wire spinoff centered on Tommy Carcetti, the Baltimore politician played by Aidan Gillen.
Hit the jump for more details about The Wire spinoff that never was, including Simon’s explanation of why it never was.
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