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Found 6 results

  1. Overstreet

    Locke (2013)

    As an admirer of Steven Knight's screenwriting, I'm very intrigued by this:
  2. Tyler

    Dunkirk

    Christopher Nolan's next movie will be about the WWII evacuation of Dunkirk. Atonement also had a famous Dunkirk scene.
  3. Tyler

    Fonzo

    Josh Trank's post-Fantastic Four film will be Fonzo, which will star Tom Hardy as an aging Al Capone.
  4. John Drew

    Legend

    Not to be confused with Ridley Scott's Legend. I don't think you'll find any unicorns in this new film. Legend is Brian Helgeland's (L.A. Confidential) biopic of London's notorious Kray brothers, starring Tom Hardy as both Reggie and Ron Kray. Their story was filmed before, in 1990's The Krays, starring Gary and Martin Kemp of Spandau Ballet as the brothers Kray. That film featured an outstanding performance from Billie Whitelaw as their mother, Violet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzkTbO78L5k
  5. Anodos

    Child 44

    This is the adaptation of a multi-million bestseller about a serial-killer in Stalinist Russia. Personally I've seen more serial-killer narratives than I care for, but at least this one has a more original setting. Can't say I'm a fan of the Russki-fied accents though... IMDB
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