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Clancy Brown and Daniel Wu Join Cast of Warcraft

The cast of Duncan Jones' Warcraft continues to grow with the awesome addition of Clancy Brown and Daniel Wu. They join the previously cast Travis FimmelPaula PattonBen FosterToby Kebbell, and Robert Kazinsky.

Brown is one of my favorite character actors, and he has been in a ton of films and TV shows over the years. One of the most recent films he was in was Homefront with Jason Statham. He's also been in things such as The Shawshank Redemption, Carnival, and has done a ton of voice work. As for Wu, he's been in films such as Tai Chi Zero, Chinese Zodiac, and Europa Report.

The first script for the film was written by Charles Leavitt, which was then rewritten by Jones. Production is set to begin as planned in Vancouver this January, and it will be released on March 11th, 2016!

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'Killing Them Softly' Review: The Pros And Cons Of Brad Pitt's New Movie

In 2007, Australian director Andrew Dominik (who had risen to prominence based on his terrific debut film “Chopper”) and mega-watt star Brad Pitt teamed up for the existential western “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.” One of the year's best films (in a year positively stuffed with them, from “No Country for Old Men” to “There Will Be Blood” to “Zodiac”), it was more or less ignored and died a dog's death at the box office. Thankfully, Dominik and Pitt didn't let the inglorious demise of “Jesse James” get to them, and the duo are now returning this weekend with the pitch-black crime saga “Killing Them Softly.” Adapted from a novel by George V. Higgins, the thriller has a dynamite cast that includes Richard Jenkins, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, and (briefly) Sam Shepherd, as well as a lean, mean story that is all killer,
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'Killing Them Softly' Review: The Pros And Cons Of Brad Pitt's New Movie

In 2007, Australian director Andrew Dominik (who had risen to prominence based on his terrific debut film “Chopper”) and mega-watt star Brad Pitt teamed up for the existential western “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.” One of the year's best films (in a year positively stuffed with them, from “No Country for Old Men” to “There Will Be Blood” to “Zodiac”), it was more or less ignored and died a dog's death at the box office. Thankfully, Dominik and Pitt didn't let the inglorious demise of “Jesse James” get to them, and the duo are now returning this weekend with the pitch-black crime saga “Killing Them Softly.” Adapted from a novel by George V. Higgins, the thriller has a dynamite cast that includes Richard Jenkins, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, and (briefly) Sam Shepherd, as well as a lean, mean story that is all killer,

Review: The Ghost Writer

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The Ghost Writer

The Film

Roman Polanski’s The Ghost Writer reconfigures his magnum opus, Chinatown, for the modern era. Like Jake Gittes, the unnamed protagonist (Ewan McGregor) is an acerbic, indifferent middle class working man who finds himself wading into a conspiracy that dwarfs him until he cannot hope to get the truth out. The difference is scale: made in the ’70s and set in the ’30s, Chinatown was about the total corruption of city government, collusion between business and authority until the aristocracy could do as it damn well pleased. But The Ghost Writer takes place in the present, in a time when everything is multinational and conspiracies can be worldwide.

Ostensibly about a titular ghost writer hired to edit the memoirs of Adam Lang (Pierce Brosnan), former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, following the death of his first ghost, Polanski’s thriller quickly exposes its hilariously
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