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The early marketing for “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” really leaned heavily on parodying “The Bodyguard,” with first poster showing star Ryan Reynolds carrying his co-star Samuel L. Jackson similar to how Kevin Costner held Whitney Houston. The first trailer used the famous Whitney Houston song, “I Will Always Love You,” to really drive home the message that this movie was just like that one, but with laughs. Continue reading Ryan Reynolds & Samuel L. Jackson Get Triggered In New Trailer For ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ at The Playlist.
The action comedy opens on August 18 The post New Hitman’s Bodyguard Trailer Teams Reynolds & Jackson appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
James Mangold Details Original ‘Logan’ Opening Featuring Death Of The X-Men, Talks Cut Jean Grey Reference
Hugh Jackman‘s last stand as Wolverine in “Logan” is now on pretty much every format you could want, and the team is doing one last press spin before moving on. Director James Mangold has revealed some interesting nuggets about the elements that didn’t make it into the movie. In “Logan,” an event that is only known as the “Westchester incident” hangs heavy over the aging Charles Xavier, who was responsible for the accidental slaughtering of X-Men. Continue reading James Mangold Details Original ‘Logan’ Opening Featuring Death Of The X-Men, Talks Cut Jean Grey Reference at The Playlist.
A new civilization begins on October 6, 2017 The post New Blade Runner 2049 Posters are Ready to Hunt Some Skin-Jobs appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Wade Wilson’s roomie is back! The post Leslie Uggams to Return as Blind Al for Deadpool 2 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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This weekend sees the final episode of “Feud,” which stars Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Hollywood legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford respectively, as they scheme and catfight their way through the filming of “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?” It also sees the second weekend of “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth ‘Fast and the Furious‘ film which stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, who reportedly fell out on set due to Diesel being a “candy ass” (Johnson’s words). Continue reading 20 Great Movie Star Feuds & The Films That Spawned Them at The Playlist.
The action comedy opens on August 18 The post Reynolds and Jackson Get Close on The Hitman’s Bodyguard Poster appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
I barely even knew this project existed, but here comes a restricted, foul-mouthed, NSFW trailer for “The Hitman’s Bodyguard,” to remind me. “Zero muthaf*cker’s censored,” the movie’s social media account boasts and they’re not kidding. Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson star in a movie about the world’s top bodyguard new client: a hit man who must testify at the International Court of Justice. They must put their differences aside and work together to make it to the trial on time. Continue reading Ryan Reynolds & Samuel L. Jackson Are Always Yelling In The NSFW ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Trailer at The Playlist.
‘Life’ With Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson & Ryan Reynolds Is A Pleasurably Old Fashioned Sci-Fi Thriller [SXSW Review]
The whole murderous-alien-aboard-a-spaceship trope has been around since at least 1958’s “It! The Terror from Beyond Space,” which was initially viewed as a typical, below-average drive-in movie about a doomed Mars expedition. Of course, that movie suddenly took on more importance when the creative team behind “Alien” cited it as a major inspiration. Since “Alien,” of course, there have been countless riffs on this idea (including a handful of actual “Alien” sequels and spin-offs) – a ragtag crew of space explorers or profiteers venture into some darkened corner of the galaxy in the name of scientific progress or capitalism, unwittingly encounter vicious otherworldly killing machines, and get turned into bloody zero-G globs. Continue reading ‘Life’ With Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson & Ryan Reynolds Is A Pleasurably Old Fashioned Sci-Fi Thriller [SXSW Review] at The Playlist.