has fallen sequels

Even though most sane individuals can agree that the Has Fallen franchise, starring Gerard Butler as a murderous secret service agent, has run its course, we’re probably not done with it yet. Producer Alan Siegel is threatening us all with possible three more Has Fallen movies, and also local-language TV spin-offs that could tie into the future films.

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Monsters Inc Storyboard Comparison

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, see how the storyboards for an adorable scene in Pixar’s Monsters Inc. with Boo compare to the final cut of the movie. Plus, watch a trailer for Avengers: Endgame cut in the style of Quentin Tarantino‘s hotly debated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and listen as Gerard Butler breaks down some of his most memorable roles, from 300 to the recent Angel Has Fallen. Read More »

angel has fallen trailer new

The summer movie season is almost over, and thank heavens for that! Before it goes away, though, we’ll be blessed (?) with yet another adventure in the Has Fallen series. Gerard Butler‘s xenophobic Secret Service Agent Mike Banning is back, and this time the thing that Has Fallen is his reputation. Because Banning has been framed for trying to assassinate the President (Morgan Freeman), and now he has to clear his name. Watch the Angel Has Fallen trailer below.

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angel has fallen trailer

Mike Banning, aka Dirtbag John McClane, is back yet again in Angel Has Fallen. The third entry in the Fallen franchise has Gerard Butler‘s ever-capable Secret Service agent framed for attempting to kill President Morgan Freeman. Now Banning has to clear his name, and blow up a lot of people in the process. Watch the Angel Has Fallen trailer below.

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Angel has Fallen release date

Gerard Butler‘s violent Secret Service Agent Mike Banning will return yet again in Angel Has Fallen, the third film in the inexplicable franchise launched by Die Hard-rip-off Olympus Has Fallen. The action pic now has an official release date set in the summer of 2019, so get ready for more implausible mayhem as Butler blows stuff up all in the name of the United States of America.

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Hunter Killer Trailer

Every now and then, Hollywood decides to submerge themselves in Navy thrillers like U-571, Crimson Tide, The Hunt for Red October and of course, Battleship. Now the time has come for Gerard Butler to take a crack at commanding under the sea.

Hunter Killer follows Gerard Butler as Captain Joe Glass, who is at the helm of a highly sophisticated nuclear attack submarine called a “hunter killer.” When the Russian president is kidnapped in a coup, he takes it upon himself to team up with a crew of Navy SEALs to rescue him and hopefully help reduce heightened tensions between the United States and Russia. Yeah, it’s probably not the best time for this movie to be coming out. Read More »

den of thieves alternate ending

Grab your tactical vest and crime scene donuts: Den of Thieves hits home video this week. We have a chance for you to win the film on Blu-ray, if you’re lucky. Plus: watch an exclusive clip revealing a Den of Thieves alternate ending below.

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Den of Thieves 2 plot details

Den of Thieves 2 is on its way, whether you like it or not. You may as well just accept the fact that audiences demand more of Gerard Butler and his team of angry bros wearing tactical vests and wraparound sunglasses. New Den of Thieves 2 plot details have surfaced, which hint at a trip to Europe. Pack your bags, Gerard Butler!

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Den of Thieves sequel

How did this happen? Den of Thieves, a heist flick that looked like a Heat remake starring Gerard Butler, is getting a sequel. Technically speaking, the first Den of Thieves wasn’t what you’d call a huge hit. No matter! The Den of Thieves sequel is coming, so you better be prepared. Thank you, trash movie gods.

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By all accounts, Gerard Butler is a wild man.

He stopped drinking at 27. This followed his stint as a law student at Glasgow University – where he gulped his way through a degree, smashed bottles over his own head at pubs, ran in front of cars, and even once woke up in Paris, miles from where he’d been at a party, covered in gashes and blood, and, years later, still couldn’t tell an interviewer what happened (because he honestly doesn’t recall). Upon graduation, he drank his way through his first job as a civil lawyer trainee in Edinburgh until he was sacked, a week before he was due to progress.

Butler moved to London to become an actor; penniless and chasing a dream he’d had since watching American movies as a kid. Shortly thereafter, he was approached in a coffee shop by Steven Berkoff, who gave him a role in a production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Coriolanus. This was just one of many stage parts wherein Butler honed his craft, including playing heroin junkie Mark “Rent Boy” Renton in the theater adaptation of Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting (’96).

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