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With its 2017 Toronto International Film Festival premiere in the rear view, the sports drama “Borg vs. McEnroe” will finally head into U.S. theaters and on demand next month. Director Janus Metz serves up a rivalry between two tennis legen…

Shia LaBeouf has been going through some shit, lately. Of course, that’s putting it mildly, but in a recent in-depth interview with Esquire, the actor comes clean about a lot of things that have been troubling him in the past. From working with Michael…

It’s one of the greatest matches the tennis world has ever seen, held appropriately in The Cathedral, where devotees of the sport come to worship. Bjorn Borg versus John McEnroe, the rebel versus the gentleman, in a championship that shook off the notion that tennis was purely for the civilized. For one weekend in July of 1980, the world was riveted as two titans played a match that decades later stands as a towering spectacle. Continue reading ‘Borg/McEnroe’: Tennis Drama Serves Up Volley Instead Of Smash [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.

It’s one of the greatest matches the tennis world has ever seen, held appropriately in The Cathedral, where devotees of the sport come to worship. Bjorn Borg versus John McEnroe, the rebel versus the gentleman, in a championship that shook off the notion that tennis was purely for the civilized. For one weekend in July of 1980, the world was riveted as two titans played a match that decades later stands as a towering spectacle. Continue reading ‘Borg/McEnroe’: Tennis Drama Serves Up Volley Instead Of Smash [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.

It’s one of the greatest matches the tennis world has ever seen, held appropriately in The Cathedral, where devotees of the sport come to worship. Bjorn Borg versus John McEnroe, the rebel versus the gentleman, in a championship that shook off the notion that tennis was purely for the civilized. For one weekend in July of 1980, the world was riveted as two titans played a match that decades later stands as a towering spectacle. Continue reading ‘Borg/McEnroe’: Tennis Drama Serves Up Volley Instead Of Smash [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.

Harrison Ford is taking a hard, late-career revisit of his iconic roles. Han Solo returned for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” and this fall Rick Deckard is still knocking around the future in “Blade Runner 2049.” If that wasn’t enough, the 75 year-old actor will once again put on the fedora and crack the whip for the planned “Indiana Jones 5.” However, one franchise player won’t be returning. Continue reading Shia LaBeouf Won’t Crack The Whip For ‘Indiana Jones 5’ at The Playlist.

In recent years, the Toronto International Film Festival has aimed to put awards contenders or blockbusters with big stars as their opening night film. However, next month they’re switching things up with “Borg/McEnroe,” whose biggest star is the controversial Shia LaBeouf, and even more, it’s a movie without a U.S. release date at the moment. But perhaps it speaks to potential power of the picture that programmers have put it front and center. Continue reading ‘Borg vs McEnroe’ Trailer: Legendary Rivals Face Off At Wimbledon at The Playlist.

Tennis seems to be all the rage these days. “Battle of the Sexes,” the story of the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King  (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), is hitting theaters soon, and coming right behind is “Borg Vs McEnroe,” centering on arguably the most famous rivalry in tennis history: Swedish player Björn Borg versus American John McEnroe. Continue reading ‘Borg Vs. McEnroe’: Shia LaBeouf Serves Up A New Trailer at The Playlist.