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Soledad O’Brien, Ice-t to Host Biggie-Tupac Murder Investigation Special for Fox

Soledad O’Brien, Ice-t to Host Biggie-Tupac Murder Investigation Special for Fox
Soledad O’Brien and Ice-t are set to host an investigative special for Fox that will explore the deaths of legendary rappers Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur, the network announced Friday.

Titled “Who Shot Biggie & Tupac?,” the two-hour special will explore the details surrounding the cases of the rap rivals and former friends who were gunned down within months of each other in the late 1990s. Shakur was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996. Smalls, born Christopher George Latore Wallace, was killed by an unknown assailant in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997. It has been 20 years since their murders, and no one has been held accountable.

The special, produced by “The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey” producers Critical Content, will lead viewers through an investigation re-examining the homicides by uncovering new details and revealing never-before-heard accounts. The special will feature interviews with former private investigators, police
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Good-bye, Adam West / Uninhibited Revenge: Walter Hill’S The Assignment

It’s kind of hard for me to undersell the impact Batman and Adam West had on me as a boy. I was six years old when the show premiered, and it was the first program I can remember seeing previews for and *begging* my mom to commit to letting me watch it when it finally came on. Like most every boy my age in the mid ’60s, I had a makeshift costume, a lunchbox, a plastic Batmobile, the Batman TV soundtrack (I still own the original LP), and of course the comic books, which never seemed quite as captivating to me compared to the vivid pop-art energy of the series. And hardly least of all, Batman introduced Julie Newmar’s Catwoman to me, who in turn introduced a whole other set of feelings to this six-year-old– fear and sex all rolled up into one inexplicable but ooh-la-la! package. (I’ll spare you,
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Trespass (1992)

Crooked treasure hunters tangle with menacing black gangsters in this crime-action siege movie from 1992, with a fine filmmaker pedigree. The late Bill Paxton leads a great cast — William Sadler, Ice-t, Art Evans — in a tense standoff that turns into a murderous ordeal when it’s discovered that a million-dollar cache of gold is to be had. The Shout Selects extras include an informative interview with co-writer Bob Gale.

Trespass

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Shout! Factory ‘Shout Selects’

1992 / Color / 2:35 1:85 widescreen 1:37 flat full frame / 101 min. / Street Date June 27, 2017 / 27.99

Starring: Bill Paxton, Ice-t, William Sadler, Ice Cube, Art Evans, De’voreaux White, Bruce A. Young, Glenn Plummer, Stoney Jackson, T.E. Russell, Tiny Lister.

Cinematography: Lloyd Ahern II

Film Editor: Freeman Davies

Original Music: Ry Cooder

Written by Bob Gale, Robert Zemeckis

Produced by Neil Canton

Directed by Walter Hill

A lot of movies struggle and strain and suffer to get made, and then
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Bill Paxton: 1955-2017

Den Of Geek Feb 26, 2017

We've lost the great Bill Paxton, at the age of just 61...

Don't even know where to start. Perhaps with the basics: the brilliant Bill Paxton has died, his family has confirmed. He was just 61 years old.

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Paxton passed away following complications from surgery. He leaves behind a body of work that’s as broad as it is brilliant. Inevitably, we gravitate towards his roles in Aliens and The Terminator (he was one of the few who could time after time stand the rigours of a James Cameron production, and come out eager for the next), but Paxton’s resume is full of favourites. Twister, Trespass and Big Love, for instance. Plus his character work in the likes of Apollo 13, Tombstone, Predator 2, Near Dark and Edge Of Tomorrow is memorable too.
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Bill Paxton, Versatile 'Big Love,' 'Twister' Actor, Dead at 61

Bill Paxton, Versatile 'Big Love,' 'Twister' Actor, Dead at 61
Bill Paxton, the veteran actor who starred in Big Love and appeared in films like Aliens, Twister and Apollo 13, died Saturday following complications from surgery. He was 61.

"It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery," a representative for the family said in a statement to Rolling Stone.

"A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as
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Actor Bill Paxton dies at the age of just 61

Actor Bill Paxton has sadly passed away at the age of just 61. Paxton was most famous for his roles in the film Aliens, The Terminator, Apollo 13, True Lies, Titanic, and 1996’s Twister. According to various sources, the actor passed away this weekend from complications following surgery.

Tributes have already started to flood in from the Hollywood community.

Bill Paxton was, simply, a wonderful man. A wonderful man… Hanx.

Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) February 26, 2017

Bill Paxton was open, kind and talented. He had an engaging and engrossing charisma. So very sad that he is gone.

John Carpenter (@TheHorrorMaster) February 26, 2017

Very sad today to hear the passing of Bill Paxton. My heart goes out to his family & his many friends. Rest In Peace my friend. God bless pic.twitter.com/3lOJ5G3v8p

Gary Sinise (@GarySinise) February 26, 2017

Bill Paxton .

Awesome talent and a great guy

My heart , thoughts and prayers go
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Songs on Screen: 'Streets of Fire's Lost Masterpiece 'I Can Dream About You'

  • Hitfix
Songs On Screen: All week HitFix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here. When we talk about underrated directors, it's hard not to mention Walter Hill. Hill is an underrated director, the way Michael Ritchie and Peter Yates were underrated directors, the way Roger Donaldson, Joe Dante, and Fred Schepisi are underrated directors. They’re all underrated because it’s only when you look at their filmographies that the numbers start to total up and you realize, boy, he directed a lot of really good movies. In Hill’s case, that list includes "The Warriors," "48 Hours," "The Long Riders," "Southern Comfort,: "Hard Times," "Trespass," and "Wild Bill." Some great. Some solid. (My personal favorite of those is Hard Times, a pulpy film about bare-knuckle boxers in the Great Depression.) There were clunkers
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Hit Me: How Johnny Mnemonic Helped Redefine Cyberpunk Cinema in the ’90s

  • DailyDead
On May 26th, 1995, music video director and artist Robert Longo made his directorial debut with Johnny Mnemonic, an adaptation of William Gibson’s futuristic short story of the same name (Gibson also penned the screenplay) that starred Keanu Reeves in the titular role as a “mnemonic courier” who finds himself in the middle of a corporate conspiracy with implications for all of mankind.

Johnny Mnemonic celebrates its 20th anniversary this month, and while it may not necessarily be a film many sci-fi fans celebrate, it’s always held a special place in my heart, undoubtedly being one of the coolest films I saw that year and one that also revitalized the cyberpunk film movement (yes, even before The Matrix came along and did it a bit more effectively).

For the uninitiated, Johnny Mnemonic transports us to the year 2021; in the opening text crawl, we learn that corporations have taken over
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Giveaway – Win A Ride Along Prizepack From Universal Pictures

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube lead the lineup in Ride Along, the new film from the director and the producer of the blockbuster comedy Think Like a Man. When a fast-talking guy joins his girlfriend’s brother—a hot-tempered cop—to patrol the streets of Atlanta, he gets entangled in the officer’s latest case. Now, in order to prove that he deserves his future bride, he must survive the most insane 24 hours of his life.

For the past two years, high-school security guard Ben (Hart) has been trying to show decorated Apd detective James (Cube) that he’s more than just a video-game junkie who’s unworthy of James’ sister, Angela (Tika Sumpter). When Ben finally gets accepted into the academy, he thinks he’s earned the seasoned policeman’s respect and asks for his blessing to marry Angela.

Knowing that a ride along will demonstrate if Ben has
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Michael Fassbender in talks for gansgter film 'Trespass Against Us'

Michael Fassbender in talks for gansgter film 'Trespass Against Us'
Michael Fassbender is in talks to star in upcoming gangster film Trespass Against Us.

The Irish-German actor is in negotiations to play Chad Cutler, a man who wants to get away from his family's criminal lifestyle, reports Variety.

The gangster film is said to be "infused with action, crime and a strong sense of humour".

Trespass Against Us will be the debut film for British director Adam Scott, who will be shooting the movie in the UK next year.

The Chemical Brothers, who have worked with Scott on their music videos, will provide the soundtrack. The band will write and perform the original score for the film.

Fassbender can be seen in two films this year - 12 Years a Slave and The Counsellor.

Earlier this week, Fassbender confessed that he didn't think of himself as good-looking.

"I think of myself as, you know, alright," he said. "I used to have bad acne as a teenager,
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Weekly Poll Results: Best Walter Hill Movie

  • FilmJunk
Last week we asked Film Junk readers to pick Walter Hill's best movie of all time, and as you might expect, the voting was somewhat sparse. I figured there were at least a handful of his movies that most people had seen, but it appears that may not be the case. Coming out on top after laying a serious beatdown on the competition was his seminal '70s gang flick The Warriors with 42% of the votes. His buddy cop entry 48 Hrs. placed second with 24% of the votes followed by The Driver. Streets of Fire, Brewster's Millions and Southern Comfort all essentially tied for the next three spots. After that, there were just a few votes spread around the remaining options, including the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Red Heat which was all the way down at #10. Trespass did not receive a single vote. Do you agree with these results? 1. The Warriors -- 42% 2. 48 Hrs.
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On Set Interview: Walter Hill Talks ‘Bullet to the Head’

  • LRM Online
Walter Hill needs no introduction. He’s written and directed some of the iconic and legendary films of the ‘80s and ‘90s — The Warriors, The Driver, 48 Hrs, Hard Times., Brewster’s Millions, The Drowning Pool. His fingerprints are on Alien and Aliens. He injected some fresh blood into the Western genre. You name it, he’s done it, and he’s inspired dozens of filmmakers and screenwriters, all of whom aim to use his hardboiled, gritty, and lean style.

Despite his successes – and films that are so beloved and recognized that they’re always on the verge of being remade – Hill’s output has slowed down. It’s a shame, as his films are exactly the kind of character driven, mature, and efficient action that moviegoers are craving. “A Bullet to the Head” is Hill’s first big screen production since 2002, and hopefully is a sign of a career resurgence
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‘Bullet to the Head’ – New TV Spot and Poster

Bullet to the Head, based on the French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete written by by Matz (aka Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson, is the latest film from the still-prolific-at-66-years-old Sylvester Stallone who teams with director Walter Hill (The Warriors, Trespass), for a film that sees Stallone play Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.

Also starring Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Bullet to the Head is scheduled for a release in February – look out for our review in a couple of weeks, but in
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Jack Reacher – review

Despite a riveting opening sequence, Tom Cruise fails to measure up as Lee Child's action hero

There have been a number of cases over the years when consideration for public opinion has led distributors to postpone the release of movies. In the last weeks of the second world war the morale-boosting Hollywood picture Objective Burma! was withdrawn from British cinemas shortly after it opened (and shelved for seven years) because of protests against the slighting of our "Forgotten Army" in Burma. In 1963 Dr Strangelove was postponed due to the Kennedy assassination, and a jokey reference to Dallas was changed to Vegas, thus puzzling lip-readers. The 1992 Los Angeles riots following the acquittal of Rodney King's assailants led to Walter Hill's Looters being cancelled; it appeared later, renamed Trespass. Many movies were anxiously re-edited after 9/11, and more recently the British release of Ben Affleck's kidnapping thriller Gone Baby Gone
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New poster for Stallone’s ‘Bullet to the Head’

Based on the French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete written by by Matz (aka Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson, Bullet to the Head is the latest film from the still-prolific-at-66-years-old Sylvester Stallone who teams with director Walter Hill (The Warriors, Trespass), for a film that  sees Stallone play Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.

Also starring Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Bullet to the Head is scheduled for a release in February.

(Source:  IGN)
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New trailer for ‘Bullet to the Head’

Based on the French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete written by by Matz (aka Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson, Bullet to the Head is the latest film from the still-prolific-at-66-years-old Sylvester Stallone who teams with director Walter Hill (The Warriors, Trespass), for a film that  sees Stallone play Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.

Also starring Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Bullet to the Head is scheduled for a release early next year.

(Source: MSN)
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Debut trailer for Sly Stallone’s ‘Bullet to the Head’

Based on the French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete written by by Matz (aka Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson, Bullet to the Head is the latest film from the still-prolific-at-66-years-old Sylvester Stallone – who is in cinemas now with the explosive sequel, The Expendables 2 – and as if by magic (or more likely well-timed) here’s the first trailer for the film courtesy of IGN:

Directed by Walter Hill (The Warriors, Trespass), Bullet to the Head sees Stallone play Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.

Also starring Jason Momoa,
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Radio 66.6 - Weekly Music News from the Crypt: July 30th, 2012

We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Gwar, Lordi, Iron Maiden, Drowning Pool, Black Label Society, Lamb of God and more. Don't touch that dial!

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Metallica have revealed plans to begin working on new material in September. Their tenth studio album is expected to be out in late 2013/early 2014.

Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was rushed to a hospital after collapsing on stage during a show. He was diagnosed to have had a full-system collapse due to extreme dehydration and heat exhaustion. He is expected to be fine.

Drowning Pool have announced Jasen Moreno as their new frontman. This marks the band's fourth vocalist.

Lordi keyboardist Awa is leaving the band. Read statements from Awa and the band here.

Classic Rock Magazine will release Re-Machined: A Tribute to Deep Purple on September 4. The album features the likes of Metallica,
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Walter Hill Set to Remake ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’ Because He Feels the Question Has Yet to be Answered Adequately

Whatever happened to Walter Hill? He’s never really stopped working, but it’s fair to say Hill’s heyday was the 1980s and that it’s been a low profile ride downhill ever since. The man behind The Warriors, Southern Comfort, 48 Hrs, Streets of Fire, Brewster’s Millions and Red Heat began to slow down into the 90s as his particular brand of straight-forward, hype-free films lost cachet with audiences. Most folks probably can’t name many of his movies after 1990 aside from Trespass and Last Man Standing (granted, he only made four others), but it looks like he may be headed towards a resurgence of sorts. Next year will see the release of Bullet to the Head starring Sylvester Stallone, Thomas “Not Ethnic Enough” Jane and Sung Kang as a cop and a hitman who join forces against a common enemy, and the director is already lining up his next project. It
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Look Who's Directing the What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Remake

Continuing to prove that no film is safe from the remake machine, Deadline is reporting What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? is going to get an update.

The man behind the redo?  Walter Hill, who recently directed the Sylvester Stallone flick Bullet to the Head, but also gave us The Warriors, 48hrs., Streets of Fire, Trespass, just to name a few flicks.

The original What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? was released in 1962 and starred Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in a story about Jane Hudson, a former child star, and her sister Blanche, a movie queen forced into retirement after a crippling accident.  Together, they live in virtual isolation and shit gets real weird from there.

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