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“The Walking Dead” star Jon Bernthal has joined the upcoming second season of Netflix’s “Daredevil” as The Punisher, one of Marvel’s most popular characters.
According to the Marvel Television’s official description, Frank Castle aka The Punisher is, “a vigilante who aims to clean up New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen by any means necessary,
The board game adaptation Ouija “scared the sh*t out of” Keanu Reeves’ action pic John Wick and took in an estimated $20m over the key pre-Halloween weekend. SMH.
Yeah, it’s October, the month of horror movies. From bad to good. Hit man flick was second with $14.1 million. In my book, John Wick was rad.
Speaking with Empire, Fury and End of Watch director David Ayer reveals the first details of his next big project: The recently announced WB/DC’s supervillain flick, Suicide Squad.
The tank-set World War II drama Fury, starring Brad Pitt, topped the box office this weekend, and held off David Fincher’s Gone Girl with a solid $23.5 million.
The film had an okay but not spectacular Friday with an $8.8 million, while two other newcomers landed in the top five:
Sony Pictures has moved up David Ayer’s World War II drama Fury, starring Brad Pitt, from an original November 14th release date to October 17th.
The film’s date change could look to build commercial steam and a longer awards campaign for the film ahead of the awards push.
Following the first poster for David Ayer‘s upcoming World War II film, Fury, Columbia Pictures has just released the first trailer for Brad Pitt-starring tank thriller.
Earlier this month, Sony has revealed the behind-the-scenes featurette and it looked like a cliche war drama Steven Spielberg would do. After watching this trailer, I still feel the same.
Sony has revealed the behind-the-scenes featurette from its anticipated World War II tank drama Fury at the Wargaming.net E3 panel as part of the presentation for the new game “World of Tanks.”
David Ayer‘s (End of Watch) latest, looks like a cliche war drama Steven Spielberg would do, but it does have a stellar cast