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Chris Pine To Lead Coast Guard Rescue 'THE FINEST HOURS'

Although RED and R.I.P.D Robert Schwentke was said to be eyeing to direct the project last year, THR reports that Walt Disney Pictures is looking at setting Craig Gillespie (the man behind their upcoming true sports story  257 more words


Casting Net: Michael B. Jordan to star in CIA thriller 'Men Who Kill'; Plus, Chris Pine, more

Fantastic Four‘s Michael B. Jordan has signed on to star in Twentieth Century Fox’s Men Who Kill. Specific details for the film are being kept tightly under wraps, but the upcoming project is being described as a “CIA thriller.” [ 165 more words


Chris Pine in Talks to Star in Disney's 'Finest Hours'

Chris Pine is in negotiations to star in Disney’s “The Finest Hours.”

Craig Gillespie is in talks to direct.

The project is based on true events revolving around a 1952 rescue effort by the Coast Guard to save the crews of two oil tankers that crashed into each other off the coast of New England. 29 more words




A prequel to The Hunt for Red October, Kenneth Branagh’s thrilling Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit sees CIA veteran William Harper, played by Kevin Costner, assisting Ryan in thwarting a terrorist attack on the USA… … 1,113 more words


Review- Star Trek Into Darkness

The Star Trek movie franchise is perhaps one of the longest running movie series ever. The changing casts, the long gaps between films, it’s a strange journey we take with the starship Enterprise and her crew. 473 more words

Easter Suits

As a little girl, one of my favorite parts of Easter was getting a new springy dress and I vaguely remember my brother often getting a new dress shirt or tie that was a little bit brighter or more colorful than usual. 325 more words

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Film Review: This Means War (2012) ★

My Tom, my Tom, what have ye done?

I had just seen Bronson, and having been completely mystified by his performance in that, I was very curious to see if Hardy could play a normal, nice guy in a normal, friendly movie. 222 more words

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