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Trailer, poster and images for We Die Young starring Jean-Claude Van Damme

Ahead of its home entertainment release, a trailer, poster and images have arrived online for the upcoming action thriller We Die Young. Written and directed by Lior Geller, the film stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as a troubled war veteran who helps two young boys get revenge against a gang leader who forced them to work as drug runners; take a look here…

Sudden Death meets Sicario in this gritty Mexican-set gang land thriller starring action legend Jean Claud Van Damme. When ruthless drug lord Rincon recruits 10-year-old boy Lucas to work as a runner, his older brother Lucas is desperate to keep him safe at all costs. The boys soon flee for their lives and are rescued by a troubled war veteran named Daniel (Van Damme). Daniel, who suffers with Ptsd, is consumed in helping the boys to find their revenge against the violent Ms-13 gang leader, in the only way he knows how.
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Amazon Prime Video schedule: Here’s what is coming in September 2019

Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that five original shows will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in September. Among these are the first seasons of the groundbreaking animated series “Undone,” which will be available in both 4K and Hrd, and the German import “Chris Tall Presentes,” an unscripted series starring the comedian. Another animated series, “Niko And The Sword of Light,” returns for a sophomore season. And “Transparent” will sign off with a sung finale.

The Amazon original film “Late Night” will start streaming justt a few months after its successful theatrical run. Mindy Kaling both wrote and starred in this wry look at the world of TV, with Emma Thompson stealing scenes as the beleaguered host of a failing talk show.

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2019. Unlike Netflix, Amazon does not disclose the shows and movies
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Hulu in September: Here’s Everything Coming and Going

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Hulu is out with its list of new and expiring content for the month of September, and what better way to beat the back-to-school blues than with a whole bunch of binge-watching.

Among the new goodies coming next month is the 12th episode and season finale of horror anthology series “Into the Dark.” Out Sept. 6, the finale is called “Pure,” and is described as a female coming-of-age horror story in which a group of teenage girls perform a secret ritual at a “Purity Retreat.” When one of them begins to see a “supernatural entity,” a scary question is posed: “What is more dangerous: the demon they’ve unleashed, or the pressure to conform to their fathers’ expectations?” Scary indeed!

The Hulu original documentary “Untouchable” will be released on Sept. 2, described as “the inside story of the meteoric rise and shocking fall of movie titan Harvey Weinstein.” Directed by Ursula Macfarlane,
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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in September 2019

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If you’re looking for movies to watch in September, Amazon Prime will let you have a Max Rockatansky marathon. “Mad Max” movies “The Road Warrior” and “Beyond Thunderdome” are among the titles hitting the service next month. If you’re looking for something new, on the other hand, the rotoscope original series “Undone,” about a young woman’s journey to prevent the death of her father by manipulating time, will be available for streaming on the 13th.

As for other options, you can get caught up in a web of Pentagon intrigue with Kevin Costner and Gene Hackman in “No Way Out.” Disco dance to the Bee Gees with John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever.” Curate your own Reese Witherspoon double feature with “Election” and “Legally Blonde.” Snack on popcorn while watching the daring corn silo scene in “Witness.” Take a Martian vacation with Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Total Recall.
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Amazon Prime Video in September: Everything Coming, Including ‘Transparent’ Musical Finale

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Amazon Prime Video in September: Everything Coming, Including ‘Transparent’ Musical Finale
Amazon is out with its list of new additions coming to Prime Video next month, and you’ll want to mark your calendar for the epic musical finale of “Transparent,” coming Sept. 27.

Chris Tall Presents…” — the first unscripted German Amazon Original which features six episodes of the comedian performing stand-up and introducing his friends as guests — will premiere at a date still to be determined. The same is the case for “Family Man,” a new Amazon Original series which, according to the streaming giant, tells the story of a middle-class man who works for a special cell of the National Investigation Agency.

Other Prime Originals include the first seasons of “El Corazón de Sergio Ramos,” about the Spanish soccer player, and the animated series “Undone.” “Rango,” “Legally Blonde” and “Saturday Night Fever” are among some of the already released movies that will now be available on Prime.
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The Best Martial Arts/Action Movies to Look Forward To in 2019

Some of the biggest Kung Fu and Martial Art stars have movies being released in 2019, from Jackie Chan to Donnie Yen, Tony Jaa to Scott Adkins. Many fans are excited for the Donnie Yen remake of the Sammo Hung classic “Enter The Fat Dragon“, Jackie Chan and John Cena teaming up for “Project X – Traction“, the all out action movie “Triple Threat” and Ip Man 4.

Here are some of the upcoming Martial Art/Action Movies coming your way in 2019.

1. Enter The Fat Dragon

Remake of the Sammo Hung classic

Directed By: Wong Jing

Cast: Donnie Yen, Sandra Ng, Teresa Mo, Wong Jing

2. Blade Master Li Bai

Directed By: Li Boxun

Cast: Steven Zhang, Ma Muxuan, Steve Yoo, Li Dougguo

3. Altar Angel

Directed By: Wu Zhiguo

Cast: Timmy Hung, Chen Bingquiang, Cheung Tat Ming, Ouitsuka Ng

4. The Mystery of Dragon Seal: The Journey to China

Directed By: Oleg Stepchenko

Cast: Jason Flemyng,
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Jean-Claude Van Damme Explains Why He Exited Predator

If someone told you that Jean-Claude Van Damme was briefly the star of 1987’s Predator before dropping out, you might assume that he was in the action hero role eventually handled by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The reality, however, is a fair bit more intriguing and ultimately kind of depressing.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Van Damme reflected on his time spent in the uncomfortable costume of the Predator himself. As it turns out, he found it to be a physically demanding experience, right from the first audition:

“I came to the studio and they made me run around and I jump, and they say, ‘This guy can jump very high so yes, he’s in.’”

Once the outfit went on, the star had trouble breathing, and the experience only got worse from there:

“I go to this place and they put me on sticks and woods and they start
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Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme Outrun Machine Gun-Wielding Bikers in an Exclusive ‘We Die Young’ Clip

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Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme Outrun Machine Gun-Wielding Bikers in an Exclusive ‘We Die Young’ Clip
Jean-Claude Van Damme can’t stop, won’t stop. The action star may have had his heyday back in the ’90s, but he’s still out there, popping up in movies where he beats people senseless. His latest is We Die Young, in which he plays a war veteran with Ptsd helping two boys get revenge on a violent drug […]

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Jean-Claude Van Damme in D.C. Gang Thriller 'We Die Young' Trailer

"I don't want him having this kind of life." Lionsgate has debuted the first official trailer for a gritty crime thriller titled We Die Young, the latest film starring Belgian badass Jean-Claude Van Damme (he's also in The Bouncer from last year). The film focuses on the struggles of gang life in Washington DC, telling the story of a 14-year-old boy inducted into a gang. He wants to keep his younger brother safe, but is already being scouted. When an war veteran comes into the neighborhood, they see an opportunity to find a revenge and get out before it's too late. In addition to Jcvd, We Die Young also stars Elijah Rodriguez, Joana Metrass, Jacob Scipio, Uriel Emil, Nicholas Sean Johnny, Joseph Long, and David Castañeda. So many of these forgettable action films being made, and despite starring Jcvd this doesn't look any good. Here's the first official trailer (+ two
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Trailer Round-Up: ‘Dogman,’ ‘Love and Saucers,’ ‘Woman at War,’ ‘We Die Young’

Trailer Round-Up: ‘Dogman,’ ‘Love and Saucers,’ ‘Woman at War,’ ‘We Die Young’
Another week, another batch of trailers that we’re rounding up for you here at /Film. Whether they be trailers for foreign films, or indie flicks that might have flown under the radar, make sure not to miss the trailers for these films. Below, check out the trailers for Dogman, Love and Saucers, Woman at War, […]

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Jean-Claude Van Damme's 'We Die Young' to Open Mammoth Film Festival

Jean-Claude Van Damme's 'We Die Young' to Open Mammoth Film Festival
The Jean-Claude Van Damme-starring crime drama We Die Young is set to open the Mammoth Film Festival, organizers said Tuesday.

The Universal Soldier star will attend the second edition of the California festival, set for a Feb. 7-11 run, to tout the world premiere for director Lior Geller's debut feature. David Castaneda and Elijah Rodriguez also star in We Die Young, in which Van Damme plays a military veteran who rescues young boys caught up in the crime barrio of Washington, D.C., ruled by a drug lord.

Other world premieres booked into the Mammoth Festival include the ...
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‘Bad Boys For Life’: Jacob Scipio Lands Villain Role, Paola Nuñez Set To Co-Star In Sony’s Sequel

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‘Bad Boys For Life’: Jacob Scipio Lands Villain Role, Paola Nuñez Set To Co-Star In Sony’s Sequel
Exclusive: British born Guyanese actor Jacob Scipio will portray the main villain, while Mexican actress Paola Nuñez has secured a significant role in Sony’s Bad Boys for Life, starring Smith and Martin Lawrence. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are directing the film, which will bow in theaters on January 17, 2020.

The new installment centers on the Miami Pd and its elite Ammo team’s attempt to take down Armando Armas (Scipio), head of a drug cartel. Armando is a cold-blooded killer with a vicious, taunting nature.

Nuñez will take on the role of Rite, the tough and funny criminal psychologist who is the newly appointed head of Ammo and Mike’s former girlfriend- and the one who got away.

It was previously announced that Alexander Ludwig, Vanessa Hudgens, and Charles Melton have also joined the pic in supporting roles as members of a modern, highly specialized police unit.

Peter Craig,
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Foresight Unlimited to launch sales on Tiff entry 'The Other Story' (exclusive)

Foresight Unlimited to launch sales on Tiff entry 'The Other Story' (exclusive)
Israeli auteur Avi Nesher’s last four films have screened in Toronto.

Mark Damon’s Foresight Unlimited has picked up worldwide sales on Israeli auteur Avi Nesher’s Toronto selection The Other Story (Sipur Acher) and will introduce to buyers this week.

The drama will premiere in Contemporary World Cinema and starts with a P+I screening on Friday (September 7) followed by the first public screening a day later. Sasson Gabai from The Band’s Visit, Joy Rieger, the breakout star of Nesher’s Past Life, Yuval Segal, Maya Dagan, Avigial Harari, and Maayan Bloom.

Nesher and Noam Shpancer wrote
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Rep Sheet Roundup: UTA Signs 'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Star Elijah Rodriguez

Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact rebecca.sun@thr.com.

Getting in deep

UTA has signed Sicario: Day of the Soldado's Elijah Rodriguez, who plays Miguel, the American teen who gets drawn into trafficking. The 17-year-old's only previous credit was voicing a young version of Channing Tatum's character in Fox's animated feature The Book of Life, and next he will star opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme in the indie We Die Young, as a young gang member hoping his younger brother doesn'...
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Lionheart 2 Begins Shooting with Van Damme Later This Year

Lionheart 2 Begins Shooting with Van Damme Later This Year
Jvcd's Jean-Claude Van Johnson show may have been canceled after one season, but that has not deterred the actor and martial arts master. Van Damme took to social media to announce that Lionheart 2 is happening and that production begins later this year. This is huge news for fans of Van Damme, including President Donald Trump who loves the work of the martial artist. Jean-Claude Van Damme recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of Bloodsport, which Trump called his favorite movie back in 1997 and now he's reviving another one of his most iconic roles with the sequel to Lionheart.

In a now deleted Instagram post, Jean-Claude Van Damme announced that Lionheart 2 is in the works and that filming is going to start in late 2018. It isn't clear why he deleted the post since the Rodin Entertainment website still has the poster up as well as a brief synopsis. In addition, the site
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