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Fans of vintage tennis rivalries are going to be excited by some big-screen movies making their way to theaters. We’ve already gotten a trailer for Emma Stone and Steve Carell‘s “Battle Of The Sexes,” which dramatizes the showdown between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, and now comes our first look at “Borg vs McEnroe,” which will relive the epic showdown between two tennis titans. Continue reading Discover The Anger & Fear In First Trailer For ‘Borg vs McEnroe’ Starring Shia LaBeouf at The Playlist.
Also check out the poster and new stills! The post Shia LaBeouf is a Tennis Legend in the Borg/McEnroe Teaser appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
“Around eight people” are said to have attended the final theatrical screening of the film, up from the one ticket sold over its opening weekend. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
A box office jump of 200 percent since its much-derided opening will bring the film’s final theatrical haul in the U.K. to $26. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
Trump’s America starts today, and many are still grappling with the very real fear and anxiety about what the next four years might hold. But it’s heartening to know that people are mobilizing, with multiple protests and marches planned in the days and weeks ahead. And Shia LaBeouf is putting his own touch on the various acts of resistance that will unfold in all corners of the country. The actor and artist has launched a new installation with the very clear title, He Will Not Divide Us. Continue reading Shia LaBeouf Launches 4-Year-Long Anti-Trump Livestream Art Project at The Playlist.
The world is a vast and wonderful place, filled with inexplicable and peculiar things, and one of them is the career of musician-turned-model-turned-author-turned-director Dito Montiel. Perhaps with a backstory as colorful as his it’s inevitable that the first Dito Montiel film, “A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints,” which was adapted by Dito Montiel from a book by Dito Montiel based on the life of 19th century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer — naw, just kidding, based on the life of Dito Montiel — was going to be his best. Continue reading Self-Serious ‘Man Down’ Starring Shia LaBeouf Squanders Its B-Movie Potential [Review] at The Playlist.
A decade ago writer/director Dito Montiel made a strong impression with his directorial debut, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, based on his memoir of the same name. Since 2006, he hasn’t made a movie that’s struck a similar chord with audiences and critics. He’s collaborated with some great talent over the years, including Al Pacino and the […] The post ‘Man Down’ Trailer: Shia LaBeouf and Jai Courtney Star in Dito Montiel’s Post-Apocalyptic War Drama appeared first on /Film.
Shia LaBeouf Returns Home From War In New Trailer For ‘Man Down’ With Kate Mara, Jai Courtney, Gary Oldman, More
Writer/director Dito Montiel broke out with “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” a decade ago, but ever since, has struggled to meet the same acclaim. And it’s certainly not for lack of talent who have signed up to work with him, including folks like Al Pacino and Juliette Binoche in “The Son Of No One,” Channing Tatum for multiple film (‘Saints,’ ‘No One,’ and “Fighting“) and even Dwayne Johnson (“Empire State“). Continue reading Shia LaBeouf Returns Home From War In New Trailer For ‘Man Down’ With Kate Mara, Jai Courtney, Gary Oldman, More at The Playlist.
What happened to Sasha Lane isn’t supposed to happen anymore. Minding her own business in Panama City, FL during Spring Break 2015, the Texas college student was approached by director Andrea Arnold about starring in her upcoming film, “American Honey.” Only a few weeks later the 19-year-old would find herself acting opposite well known stars such as Shia Labeouf and Riley Keogh. “Honey” went on to debut at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and is one of the more acclaimed films of the year. Continue reading ‘American Honey’s’ Sasha Lane Knows Her ‘A Star Is Born’ Chance Won’t Last Forever at The Playlist.