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‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Releases, Um, Nine New Clips
‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Releases, Um, Nine New Clips
I’m not sure why, but I’m really excited for Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Maybe it’s because I’m a sucker for a supporting class that includes Eric Bana and Jude Law leveling up his Young Pope to a Young Evil Sorcerer. Maybe it’s because the last few trailers featured music by Led Zeppelin and I really enjoyed the synergy of folk-inspired rock with the film. Or maybe it’s just because there’s something endearing about Ritchie’s fight aesthetic, one that seems about ten years out of date (or whenever it was the last Matrix movie hit theaters).
See the Epic Scope of James Gray’s New ‘Lost City of Z’ Trailer
See the Epic Scope of James Gray’s New ‘Lost City of Z’ Trailer
James Gray’s newest film The Lost City of Z has quietly become a hit with critics and Gray devotees ever since debuting at last year’s New York Film Festival. It’s about to hit theaters here, and its newest trailer, while the briefest look we’ve gotten of it so far, shows off the immense scope of what looks like a modern movie that dreams of being an Old Hollywood epic.
Charlie Hunnam’s a Man on a Mission in New ‘Lost City of Z’ Trailer
Charlie Hunnam’s a Man on a Mission in New ‘Lost City of Z’ Trailer
James Gray got played hard on his last release, the classically-minded drama The Immigrant. The film earned rapturous reviews out of its premiere at Cannes and landed a distribution deal with the power players at the Weinstein Company — who then let it languish in obscurity before quietly releasing it over a year later. The film was a triumph among critics but a huge missed opportunity from an industry perspective. Hopefully, Gray will have a better go with the less domineering Amazon Studios, who will release his new picture The Lost City of Z in April.
‘King Arthur’ Promises a King in New Poster, Teaser Trailer
‘King Arthur’ Promises a King in New Poster, Teaser Trailer
Is Guy Ritchie still one of our most interesting Hollywood filmmakers? After beginning his career with indie standouts Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, Ritchie has settled into a kind of forgettable jumble of big budget movies that hold their own both with critics and at the box office. I would certainly describe the Sherlock Holmes movies and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. as solid, but ‘solid’ isn’t the type of praise we typically issue to one of our best directors. And King Arthur: Legend of the Sword seems ready to continue this streak. The Arthurian legend with GoPros? Solid. Not great, but solid.
Charlie Hunnam Won’t Be Back For ‘Pacific Rim 2’
Charlie Hunnam Won’t Be Back For ‘Pacific Rim 2’
Casting has already begun for Pacific Rim 2, which is set to star John Boyega as the son of Idris Elba’s Stacker Pentecost, with Scott Eastwood reportedly in talks to join in on the second canceling of the apocalypse. The latter piece of casting news seemed to imply that we may not see Charlie Hunnam return for the sequel, despite Guillermo del Toro’s recent assurance that a lot of actors from Pacific Rim would be back for round two. Turns out there’s only room for one generic white guy in the ongoing war between giant robots and kaiju.
‘The Lost City of Z’ Trailer: Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson Head Into the Jungle
‘The Lost City of Z’ Trailer: Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson Head Into the Jungle
James Gray (The Immigrant) has been developing a film based on David Grann’s best-selling non-fiction book The Lost City of Z for a long, long time. Brad Pitt was originally set to star in the harrowing drama, and his Plan B production banner remained on board even though he eventually dropped out. Now starring Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson, the first trailer for The Lost City of Z has arrived, offering a sneak peek at one man’s daring expedition into the Amazon to commune with a primitive tribe.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Final Season Poster: Jax Should Probably See a Chiropractor
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Final Season Poster: Jax Should Probably See a Chiropractor
Earlier this week 'Sons of Anarchy' went a bit weird in casting 'Glee' star Lea Michele for the seventh and final season, but the final season poster will turn your stomach even more. We're reasonably sure the human skull isn't supposed to be growing out of one's back, but Charlie Hunnam's Jax is sporting one in the full poster for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 7! Ouch.
Comic-Con 2014: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Panel Bids Farewell To The Fans
Comic-Con 2014: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Panel Bids Farewell To The Fans
The ‘Sons of Anarchy’ will make their final ride on FX this fall, and Comic-Con 2014 is SAMCRO’s first stop on the tour. With the seventh and final season of FX’s road-rashing biker drama ahead, find out what series creator Kurt Sutter and the cast had to say and show from ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 7 with our full recap of today’s hard-hitting panel!
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Final Season Photo: First Look at Marilyn Manson, Plus Premiere Details
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Final Season Photo: First Look at Marilyn Manson, Plus Premiere Details
Yesterday saw FX's biker bro drama 'Sons of Anarchy' planting a flag on September 9 for its seventh and final season premiere, but there are even more SAMCRO goods in store before next Sunday's Comic-Con 2014 panel. Check out our first photo from the 1 hour 45 minute premiere with guest star Marilyn Manson, and be prepared for some spoilery new details of the final 'Sons of Anarchy' season at hand!

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