florida man edgar ramirez

Florida, America’s most questionable state, is the setting of Florida Man, a new Netflix drama series that will star Edgar Ramirez. The series finds Ramirez playing an ex-cop who heads to the Sunshine State on a job to find a missing person, only to have everything go very, very wrong, as things are often wont to do down there in Florida. The series comes from creator Donald Todd, a producer on This Is Us, Sleepy Hollow, Selena: The Series, and more. Jason Bateman‘s Aggregate will produce the series for Netflix as part of their first-look deal to develop film and TV projects for the streaming giant.

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Borderlands villain

Eli Roth‘s Borderlands movie has found its villain.

Edgar Ramirez (Carlos, Gold, the Point Break remake) will play a character named Atlas, who’s described as “a business titan and arms manufacturer, and the most powerful person in the universe.” The movie, which has been filming since the beginning of this month in Hungary, is based on the popular video game franchise – and Lionsgate has revealed the first official plot details for the film adaptation. Read More »

yes day trailer

Jennifer Garner and Edgar Ramirez are two actors you wouldn’t quite expect to star together in a family comedy for Netflix, but they seem to take to their roles as frazzled parents who decide to commit to saying “yes” to their kids for one day. Watch Garner and Ramirez get into all kinds of wacky hijinks in the Yes Day trailer below.

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the Last Days Of American Crime trailer

What if all crime was made nearly impossibly by a new technology developed by the government? That’s the premise of The Last Days of American Crime, a Netflix thriller based on the graphic novel of the same name by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini. Set in a world where a signal can make it impossible for anyone to commit crimes, Edgar Ramirez stars as a career criminal who teams up with famous gangster (Michael C. Pitt) for one last heist. Watch The Last Days of American Crime trailer.

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Wasp Network Review

French maestro Olivier Assayas did not cement his status as a cinephile favorite over the last quarter-century through the mechanics of his film’s plots. Rather, he’s become a festival darling because of the singular sensation left lingering from watching his work. What happens in an Assayas film is never as important as how it happens – the technique, the intellection, the panache.

Assayas must have had his reasons for taking on a project like Wasp Network, a tale of espionage and counterterrorism. Whatever they were, however, do not come through clearly. The film offers few pleasures beyond the crossing of wires in its tale of tangled alliances in post-Cold War Cuba. Assayas becomes so subservient to the sheer volume of events and information he must bring to life that the film completely subsumes any sense of personal style or voice. The producers could have put any workman studio director’s name over the closing credits, and I would not have bat an eyelid.

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jungle cruise cast

Jungle Cruise has just added another Golden Globe-winning actor to its growing cast. Paul Giamatti is reuniting with his San Andreas co-star Dwayne Johnson to join the Jungle Cruise cast, Disney’s adaptation of the iconic theme park ride.

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jungle cruise cast

The Jungle Cruise cast continues to be grow, and it’s getting even stronger. Jesse Plemons is the latest addition to the Disney film, which also stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt.

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Edgar Ramirez Jungle Cruise

Add Edgar Ramirez‘s name to the ever-growing list of Disney movie villains. The Venezuelan actor has joined the cast of the Mouse House’s upcoming Jungle Cruise movie, which already had the powerhouse team of Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt on board to star.

Learn more about the Edgar Ramirez Jungle Cruise casting below. Read More »

American Crime Story Versace

FX’s American Crime Story is back with an all new season, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, which takes on yet another 1990s-based murder. Unlike the sprawling focus of The People vs. O.J. Simpson, however, The Assassination of Gianni Versace focuses in on one individual, and explores the path of destruction he created with his actions. Our first The Assassination of Gianni Versace review looks at the first two episodes of the season: “The Man Who Would Be Vogue” and “Manhunt.”

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bright featurette 2

Bright has already set records at Netflix, shooting to the top of the streaming platform’s highest-viewed movies, and quickly getting picked up for a sequel. But that doesn’t mean Netflix’s promotional train is stopping any time soon.

A new featurette for Bright takes you behind-the-scenes of David Ayer‘s urban fantasy starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton as the human/orc cop partners who discover a powerful wand, leading them on a whirlwind chase across Los Angeles.

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