Tag: Joel Kinnaman

John Woo Returning to Western Cinema to Direct Joel Kinnaman in Silent Night

The legendary John Woo is returning to the director’s seat in the dialogue-less action film Silent Night, starring Joel Kinnaman. According to Deadline, the story is about a normal father heading into the underworld to avenge his young son’s death; perfectly “normal” thing to do. Capstone is...

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REVIEW: The Suicide Squad (2021)

“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” When a movie about supervillains in a comic book world opens with “Folsom Prison Blues” playing over bad guy Savant (Michael Rooker) tossing a bouncy ball around, you know you’re in for something different. The first 15 minutes of James G...

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The Suicide Squad Trailer Knows Lots of Bad Words

As director James Gunn promised on his Twitter feed, a red-band trailer for The Suicide Squad arrived online today. Also joining the advertising campaign are some individual character posters – and one outstanding ensemble one. A sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad (though minus a number i...

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David Dobkin Talks Arthur and Lancelot Trilogy

We have some new details about why David Dobkin never pulled the sword from the stone. In a recent interview with Collider for his Will Ferrell project Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Dobkin discussed his vision for his take on the Arthurian legend. Entitled Arthur and Lancelot, and...

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Altered Carbon Season One Review

Altered Carbon follows Takeshi Kovacs, a man who was put “on ice” nearly two hundred and fifty years prior, as he is brought in to investigate the murder of Laurens Bancroft to win his freedom. However, the more Kovacs digs, the the more disturbing the secrets become. Going into Altered Carbon, ...

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