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Exclusive Interview – Domhnall Gleeson on American Made

Ahead of this month’s home entertainment release of American Made, we’ve got an exclusive video interview with Domhnall Gleeson, who discusses his role in the film as CIA agent Monty Schafer. Check it out below, or watch it over on our YouTube channel…

See Also: Exclusive Interview – Doug Liman talks American Made and Live Die Repeat and Repeat

In Universal PicturesAmerican Made, Tom Cruise reunites with his Edge of Tomorrow director, Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Mr. and Mrs. Smith), in this international escapade based on the outrageous (and real) exploits of a hustler and pilot unexpectedly recruited by the CIA to run one of the biggest covert operations in U.S. history.

American Made is available on digital on December 18, and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™ and DVD on December 26, 2017, from Universal pictures Home Entertainment.

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Peter Jackson May Be Heading To The Dceu To Direct This Upcoming Film

Justice League Dark has been having a bit of a hard time getting off the ground. Once set to be directed by Guillermo del Toro, the project eventually fell into Doug Liman’s lap, at which point, it looked like things were good to go. However, the Edge of Tomorrow helmer shocked us all a few months back when he announced that he’d be walking from the film, citing scheduling conflicts as the reason for his departure.

Currently, Warner Bros. has yet to find a replacement, but from what we understand, the studio is aggressively searching for someone to fill the director’s chair and whoever they bring on board will “play a major role in the new” DC cinematic universe. For a while there, it sounded like It director Andy Muschietti and Argentinian filmmaker Damián Szifron were the top choices to replace Liman, with a few other contenders coming into contention as well,
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Exclusive Interview – Director Doug Liman on his latest movie The Wall, growing as a filmmaker, and more

Alex Moreland talks to Doug Liman about The Wall, growing as a filmmaker, and more…

Could you tell us a little bit about the development of the movie? How did you initially get involved with The Wall?

I mean, with the script I had read as a writing sample. People didn’t think I’d be interested in a movie this small. And I was like, “yeah, I love the writer, I love this movie – who’s making this movie?” – and it was available. I hadn’t made an independent movie since Go [in 1999], but I was still thinking of myself as somebody who makes independent films within the studio system. My heart’s never that far from making independent films. Even working with Tom Cruise on Live Die Repeat [also known as Edge of Tomorrow], you know, at the end of that shoot Tom and I would run off, just the two of us, with a
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Exclusive: Doug Liman on his new film Chaos Walking

Flickering Myth’s Alex Moreland has been chatting to filmmaker Doug Liman about his latest release The Wall, which is out now on Digital Download, Blu-ray and DVD, and during the interview the conversation turned to Liman’s newest project, the Ya adaptation Chaos Walking, which stars Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Homecoming) and Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Last Jedi).

“The Chaos Walking movie is sort of like The Bourne Identity because Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland are being chased to their death, in this case across a planet that’s just begun to colonise,” said Liman. “It has a lot of the elements of The Bourne Identity – of two strangers on the run, getting to know each other and trying to survive against overwhelming odds, but getting closer during the course of that. What really sets Chaos Walking apart is that Tom Holland’s thoughts are projected out for everybody to hear,
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Recommended Discs & Deals: Black Friday 2017 Edition

To help wade through the plethora of Black Friday deals, we’ve rounded up the Blu-rays on sale that are worth watching. From some of this year’s best films (The Lost City of Z, Get Out, Girls Trip) to favorites in recent years (Under the Skin, The Edge of Seventeen, Gone Girl), and more, check out our round-up below and return for updates throughout the week. All are Blu-rays unless otherwise noted.

Alien: Covenant – $8.99

Allied – $5.96

Arrival – $5.96

The Assassination of Jesse James by The Coward Robert Ford – $9.99

The Babadook – $7.88

Baby Driver – $9.00

Beasts of the Southern Wild – $8.47

The Beguiled – $9.99

The Big Sick – $8.99

Bridesmaids – $4.99

Brooklyn – $4.00

Calvary – $8.30

Close Encounters of the Third Kind – $9.99

Crimson Peak – $7.88

A Cure for Wellness – $6.99

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – $9.99

Ex Machina (4K Ultra HD) – $9.99

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – $7.99

Get Out – $8.99

The Gift – $5.00

Girls Trip – $9.99

Goodfellas / The Aviator / The Departed Triple Pack – $9.40

Gone Girl – $6.99

The Hateful Eight
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‘The Wall’ Blu-ray Review

Stars: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Cena, Laith Nakli | Written by Dwain Worrell | Directed by Doug Liman

Review by Matthew Turner

Director Doug Liman follows up Edge of Tomorrow with this stripped down Iraqi sniper thriller that plays like an Iraq War version of Joel Schumacher’s Phone Booth.

Set in 2007 – at the tail-end of the war, with Bush having declared victory – the film effectively takes place at a single location. When Army Ranger sharpshooter Sgt Shane Matthews (WWE star John Cena) and his spotter, Sgt Allen “Eyes” Isaac (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) arrive at the scene of a distress call, they discover eight bodies (including civilians and their military liaison officers) lying dead near an unfinished pipeline. After observing the area from a distance for the past 24 hours, Matthews believes it is safe and approaches the bodies, only to take a hit from an unseen sniper that leaves him severely wounded.

Isaac rushes to help,
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Emily Blunt In "A Quiet Place"

  • SneakPeek
Sneak Peek footage from the upcoming supernatural feature "A Quiet Place", directed by John Krasinski starring Krasinski and Emily Blunt ("Edge of Tomorrow"), opening April 6, 2018:

"...a family living on a farm hides from a supernatural evil attracted to sound.

"Because of this the family are forced to communicate in sign language...

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "A Quiet Place"...
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Lizzy Caplan in Talks to Join Channing Tatum in ‘Gambit’

Casting for Gambit is heating up…again. The Marvel Comics adaptation has been in the works since 2015, at which point 20th Century Fox cast Channing Tatum in the lead role and also signed the performer to produce. The film progressed with Rise of the Planet of the Apes filmmaker Rupert Wyatt directing, but Wyatt subsequently dropped out, at which point Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) took over. The film got delayed so more work could be done on the script, and Liman left the director’s chair earlier this year. Cut to last month when Gambit finally started gaining …
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Quentin Tarantino Wants Tom Cruise For Key Role in Manson Family Murder Film

Quentin Tarantino Wants Tom Cruise For Key Role in Manson Family Murder Film
Quentin Tarantino’s new film is stirring up a ton of buzz as the director figures out which studio he’ll choose to produce and distribute it, and adding even more anticipation for the director’s ninth feature is a report from Deadline that says the filmmaker has spoken with Tom Cruise to play a key role in the movie. Deadline says the film has two male leads, with Tarantino eyeing Cruise for one of them.

Read More:Quentin Tarantino Receiving Wild Pitches From Studios to Buy New Movie, From Classic Cars to Mock Posters

The project is currently untitled and will be set in 1969. The script reportedly hews closely to the multi-narrative story structure Tarantino used for “Pulp Fiction,” with one of the stories expected to focus on Sharon Tate. The director has reportedly met with Margot Robbie for the role. Rumors have been swirling for months that the
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American Made DVD/Blu-ray release date and bonus features

Kirsten Howard Nov 2, 2017

We'll be able to buy a copy of American Made here in the UK a few weeks before it's released in the Us. Here are the details...

Director Doug Liman and his leading man Tom Cruise reunited for another flick quite soon after the moderate success (but eventual cult status) of Edge Of Tomorrow. American Made arrived late in the summer season and did fairly well overall, making around $128 million off a $50 million budget.

See related Vikings renewed for season 5

The reviews were positive, too. We liked it a lot, and it's sitting at about 87% on Rt. Not bad!

If you fancy owning a copy at home, it looks like you'll be able to swing that by year's end, as the film is heading for a 26th December release date here in the UK on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD. The Us will have to wait a further two weeks,
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Jon Favreau’s The Lion King Cast Features Beyonce, Alfre Woodard, Donald Glover, Seth Rogen and John Oliver

The all-star lineup for director Jon Favreau’s new take on Disney’s 1994 classic animated film The Lion King includes stars from the film, TV, theater and music arenas. Featuring pioneering filmmaking techniques, the film welcomes back to the big screen iconic characters that audiences have long treasured—but in a whole new way.

From Disney Live Action, The Lion King is slated for U.S. theaters on July 19, 2019.

“It is a director’s dream to assemble a talented team like this to bring this classic story to life,” said Favreau.

Lions rule the African savanna in The Lion King which welcomes Donald Glover (“Atlanta,” “Solo: A Star Wars Story”) as future king Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter (“Dreamgirls,” “Lemonade” visual album) as Simba’s friend-turned-love interest Nala, and James Earl Jones (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Field of Dreams”) as Simba’s wise and loving father, Mufasa, reprising his
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Beyonce Confirmed for Disney's Lion King, Full Cast Announced

Beyonce Confirmed for Disney's Lion King, Full Cast Announced
The all-star lineup for director Jon Favreau's new take on Disney's 1994 classic animated film The Lion King includes stars from the film, TV, theater and music arenas. Featuring pioneering filmmaking techniques, the film welcomes back to the big screen iconic characters that audiences have long treasured-but in a whole new way. From Disney Live Action, The Lion King is slated for U.S. theaters on July 19, 2019. Here's what director Jon Favreau had to say in a statement.

"It is a director's dream to assemble a talented team like this to bring this classic story to life."

Lions rule the African savanna in The Lion King, which welcomes Donald Glover (Atlanta, Solo: A Star Wars Story) as future king Simba, Beyonc&#233 Knowles-Carter (Dreamgirls, Lemonade visual album) as Simba's friend-turned-love interest Nala, and James Earl Jones (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Field of Dreams) as Simba's wise and loving father,
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Happy Death Day review

It’s a time-loop slasher laced with a hint of comedy. Here’s our review of Happy Death Day...

Imagine the obnoxious weatherman played by Bill Murray living the same day over and again, just as he did in the classic Groundhog Day, except Murray’s the target of a masked killer. If he wants to escape the seemingly unending loop of paranoia and death, he has to figure out who the killer is and why they’re so intent on sticking a knife in his chest.

This is, in a nutshell, the premise of Happy Death Day, where drunken, sharp-tongued college student Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) wakes up each morning, groggy from a monumental hangover, and finds herself hunted by a murderer in a grotesque baby mask. To make matters worse, there’s no shortage of suspects, from puritanical sorority housemates to the wife of a science professor she
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Death Race 4 Trailer Brings Frankenstein Back from Hell

Death Race 4 Trailer Brings Frankenstein Back from Hell
The stakes are higher than ever in the intense action-adventure Death Race: Beyond Anarchy, arriving Unrated and Unhinged on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD, Digital and On Demand January 30, 2018, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, in association with Impact Pictures/Chestnut Productions. The wildly anticipated next installment of the popular Death Race franchise, this Universal 1440 Entertainment original production brings fans along for the deadliest competition on wheels, where brutal fights and explosive car races abound. An action-packed thrill ride, this all-new movie is the grittiest and bloodiest installment yet!

Franchise newcomers Zach McGowan (Black Sails) and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) join returning Death Race fan favorites Danny Trejo (Machete) and Fred Koehler (American Horror Story). Death Race: Beyond Anarchy also features talented actors Christine Marzano (Rules Don't Apply), Terence Maynard (Edge of Tomorrow) and Velislav Pavlov (The Expendables 2).

Death Race: Beyond Anarchy on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, includes
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Review: The Wall (2017)

There was a lot that put me off The Wall (2017). For one, I’m not a big fan of war films – they’re just not my cup of tea. Secondly, despite the fact that wrestlers are apparently good actors now – hello Dave Bautista – I’m biased against wrestlers actually being actors after I came to the conclusion that Dwayne Johnson was basically playing the same role in every film he was in. (Dave, if you’re reading this, this doesn’t apply to you. You are a wonderful actor). Even John Cena who, truth be told, actually played a really good part in the Amy Schumer fronted rom-com Trainwreck (2015), drew my ire – and I can’t actually remember seeing him as a wrestler! And Aaron Taylor-Johnson? He’s not a bad actor, by any means, but he’s just never done anything that really impressed me. And yet, despite all
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X-Men spinoff Gambit gets a Valentine’s Day 2019 release date

With Fox’s X-Men franchise branching out its universe with spin-offs such as Deadpool and The New Mutants, one film that has been frequently delayed since it was first announced is Gambit, with Channing Tatum starring as the Cajun mutant. Now, however, 20th Century Fox has finalized a release date for the film. Following Deadpool‘s ‘romantic’ lead, Gambit will be released on February 14th, 2019.

It was reported just a few days ago that Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski was in talks for Gambit with the studio potentially eyeing Daniel Craig for the role of the villain Mister Sinister. Gambit was previously set to be directed Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) and Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow), but they both left the project due to “creative differences”.

While the plot is unknown, Gambit has been described as “the Ocean’s 11 of the comic book
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Gambit back on the schedule as Fox gives the X-Men spin-off a 2019 release

  • JoBlo
Remy LeBeau will finally get the chance to grace the big-screen with his presence in his own standalone X-men spin-off, at least, that's the hope. Gambit has had its share of issues over its long development process, with both Rupert Wyatt (Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes) and Doug Liman (Edge Of Tomorrow) leaving the project behind after signing on to direct, but now, with Gore Verbinski (A Cure For Wellness)... Read More...
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Edge of Private Ryan video essay

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Edge Of Tomorrow’s first battle sequence – involving a beyond reluctant Tom Cruise being forced into battle against an army of alien tentacle monsters – was a visually stupendous start to a series of epic battle sequences in what became one of the best summer movies of 2014. One reason why the terrifically orchestrated chaos was so undeniably badass is that when you think about it, it has the same feel to it as what is probably the greatest opening sequence in... Read More...
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Gambit Movie Might Get Pirates of the Caribbean Director

It looks like Channing Tatum's long-gestating Gambit movie may be taking a very huge, if unexpected, step in the right direction. Reportedly, Fox is now looking to Gore Verbinski, the man behind the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, to direct the X-Men spin-off. No deal is done yet, but The Hollywood Reporter claims that he is "in talks" to helm the project, which has been in development for a couple of years now, and will reportedly start production in 2018.

Channing Tatum more or less willed the Gambit movie into existence, given his desire to play the card-throwing, Cajun mutant on the big screen. However, the project has hit a few snags over the years. Originally, Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) was supposed to direct the movie, but he walked away in 2015. Then, Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) spent some time developing the movie,
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Like too many Scorsese imitations, Tom Cruise’s American Made wants for a worldview

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Doug Liman and Tom Cruise, the director-actor team behind Edge Of Tomorrow (one of our favorite science-fiction movies of the last three-and-a-half-decades), have reunited for American Made, a years-spanning biopic about a real-life pilot who got drafted into both the CIA and a South American drug-smuggling operation.…

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