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Set for FOX’s Fall 2013 lineup, it stars Karl Urban as a troubled cop who is forced to work with the department’s mandatory new “synthetic” officers. From J.H. Wyman (Fringe) and J.J. Abrams (What is he not involved in?)
Based on a true story, Tom Hanks is the skipper of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in 200 years by Somali pirates in 2009, in Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips.
A desparate actress is given a lot of money, but in exchange, a digital version of her is made. Also, she can never act again and she has no say in how her likeness will be used. Loosely based on The Futurological Congress.
(NSFW) Pressured by his mother to avenge his brother’s death, the world’s handsomest gangster asks the world’s cruelest cop for a fight. Nicolas Winding Refn continues to weave twisted fairy tales with Only God Forgives.
(Violence) Ryan Gosling and Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn reunite for another tightly wound, colorful film – this one about a Bangkok police lieutenant and a gangster who go up against each other in a Thai-boxing match.
A struggling hunter (Sam Rockwell) stumbles upon what could be the opportunity of his life. Or the end of it. A thriller based on the novel by Matthew F. Jones. Sounds like No Country for Old Men in the mountains.
A man is on a mission to avenge the death of his father, but along the way he falls in love with the daughter of the household he thinks killed his father. A film Variety is calling “A Gaelic Godfather.” Sounds like Shakespeare to us.
We’ve seen lots of fun magic, but we like the looks of this: The Four Horsemen pull off a series of heists against corrupt business leaders during their performances in Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me.
Denzel Washington stars as the pilot of an airplane who manages a miracle landing, then becomes the center of scrutiny after the crash. It marks Robert Zemeckis’ long-awaited return to live-action films.