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We’d all like to get away from it all right now, but…we can’t. But we can live vicariously through Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Wever, who drop everything to travel across the country in Run, a new HBO series from writer Vicky Jones and producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag). A new Run trailer gives us a better look at the series, and it looks fast-paced, funny, mysterious, and sexy. What more do you need?

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lionsgate movie delays

Lionsgate is the latest studio to delay its major releases in the wake of the escalating coronavirus pandemic. Lionsgate has postponed the releases of its upcoming movies Antebellum, Run, and Spiral, all of which were set to hit theaters in late April and May. Their release dates have been postponed indefinitely.

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Run trailer

“You can’t escape a mother’s love.”

That’s the tagline for Run, the newest thriller from the filmmaking team behind the 2018 hit Searching. This time, they have Sarah Paulson playing an intense and overbearing mother and newcomer Kiera Allen as her teenaged daughter, who’s raised in isolation and soon discovers that her relationship with mommy dearest is more sinister than it appears. Check out the film’s first trailer below. Read More »

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Get ready to Run with a trailer for a new HBO series from executive producer Phoebe Waller-BridgeMerritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson are college sweethearts who haven’t seen each other in over a decade – and that’s about to change. The duo made a pact 17 years ago to run away from whatever their lives may be if they sent each other a one-word text – a pact they now intend to honor.

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Fewer trailers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising?

This week we take a tax-free look at Jeff Bezos, wonder what to do with a dead body, reflect on the 2016 election, reflect on all of our poor decisions in life, and hope for a better life in America.

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In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick will lend their voices to Facebook animated series Human Discoveries.
  • New images from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2 released.
  • Phoebe Waller-Bridge series Run ordered by HBO.
  • Jane The Virgin spin-off adds Marcia Cross to cast.

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Run release date

Aneesh Chaganty, the co-writer/director of last year’s computer screen mystery Searching, is following up that movie with a more traditionally-filmed thriller called Run. Sarah Paulson (Glass, American Horror Story) stars opposite newcomer Kiera Allen, and now Lionsgate has unveiled the movie’s official release date. Find out the Run release date below, and why it’s good news for the filmmaking team.
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Thomas Jane Cast In John McTiernan’s Run

Former Punisher Thomas Jane is set to headline Die Hard director John McTiernan‘s car-chase actioner Run. The film is budgeted at $35 million and will shoot in Argentina, where the plot takes place as well. Jane will play an Interpol agent who happens on a large conspiracy while pursuing a murder suspect.

In the past, classic automobile-porn action flicks like The Bourne Ultimatum and Ronin have gloriously used-and-abused Audis, but BMW will provide the vehicles here, with a Super Mustang also set to make an appearance. Producer Michael Pierce adds that the automobiles will “chase each other at over 120 mph.” Well, now.

This marks McTiernan’s first film since he was ordered to serve four months in prison for lying to federal agents about his involvement in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping fiasco. Obviously, the plot to Run is purposely lean and mean and it’d be great to see him return to form after a series of middling efforts, including the peak that was The Thomas Crown Affair and the depressing valley that was LL Cool J’s Rollerball. Jane, a very likable actor, evidently takes Karl Urban’s expired spot in the lead here, and after the flop that was The Mist and his unfortunate, abrupt run with The Punisher, Jane needs to center himself quickly in the public eye. If that’s as a Jason Statham-level action star, so be it, but my favorite role of his was in Boogie Nights, which was impossibly chameleonic, akin to Eric Bana’s in Chopper. This is a project that would sound absolutely ho-hum, but with the talent involved and a lot on the line, sparks could fly.

Source Link: Variety