On Labor Day weekend, Prime Video is bringing best-selling author Tom Clancy’s legendary character Jack Ryan to television for the first time—Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan will premiere on August 31. In anticipation of the premiere, Prime Video will air its first-ever Super Bowl ad featuring the series, which can be previewed below.
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Today, at New York Comic-Con 2017, Amazon presented its first trailer for Carlton Cuse’s espionage series, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan – the first time that the character has appeared in a television series.
The teaser trailer plays off Ryan’s cover story – he says he runs supply chain logistics for the western hemisphere – to great effect.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan will premiere in 2018.
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Amazon’s Jack Ryan series – starring John Krasinski as the titular hero – isn’t due for release until 2018, but Amazon has just released an introductory clip.
The cast of Jack Ryan will make their debut public appearance at New York comic-Con 2017 on October 7th.
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An intricate system of satellites was created to control the world’s weather, forestalling the devastating effects of global warming. Now that system of satellites is trying to destroy the planet.
Only Gerard Butler can save – for that to happen, someone will have to kidnap the President of the United States.
Geostorm opens on October 20th.
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When a homicide detective is faced with a string of peculiar murders, he calls in a retired schoolteacher and psychic, who realizes that the killer is also psychic – and even more powerful than he is.
Solace stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Farrell and Abbie Cornish. It will be in theaters and On Demand on December 16th. The ever-so-slightly creepy trailer follows the break.
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If you’re looking for a movie where scantily clad babes fight, shoot and blow stuff up real good, then you’ll probably love Sucker Punch. If you’re looking for story, characters, or meaning, you’ll find it pretty thin.
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The central conceit of Limitless is this: what would happen if there was a drug that could literally allow a person to use 100% of their brain? According to current scientific belief, we only use 10-20%, maximum.
Eddie Morra [Bradley Cooper] is a struggling writer. He hasn’t written a word of his novel, but he’s spent his entire advance and is, essentially, living on the avails of his girlfriend, Lindy [Abbie Cornish] – who has had enough. Now, bereft of income and girlfriend, he runs into his ex-brother-in-law, Vernon [Johnny Wentworth], a disreputable sort who has graduated from selling drugs – as we know them – to something called NZT. NZT enables its user to fully utilize their brain. There, are of course, side effects.
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Relativity Media’s Limitless opens Friday. Check out the trailer following the jump.
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Jane Campion may not have cornered the market on melancholy, but she has definitely shown both a mastery of and a predilection for films that showcase that mood/tone. With Bright Star, however, she infuses the tragic love of Romantic poet John Keats [Ben Whishaw] and Fanny Brawne [Abbie Cornish] with the kind of wit, humor and charm that one expects from a Joe White [Pride & Prejudice].
Keats died at the age of twenty-five, thinking he was a failure, though he is now considered one of – if not the greatest of the Romantic poets. He met Brawne during a fallow period in his writing and, as their mutual attraction grew into love, he regained his creativity. Bright Star is the title of a poem that was, very specifically, about her.
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It’s been awhile since Kimberly Peirce directed a feature film [that would be her first, 1999’s Boys don’t Cry], but she’s back with another character driven drama that is important for more than just its characters – Stop-Loss.
Continue reading Stop-Loss: Character Drama Makes Point About Military Legal Loophole!