“Make no mistake, this is not a military operation. See Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal attempt to rob one of the world’s most violent cartels in Triple Frontier — on Netflix and in select theaters. Coming this March.”
Directed by: J.C. Chandor
Cast: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal
Release Date: March 2019
“Based on the international best-selling autobiographic books “Papillon” and “Banco”, the film follows the epic story of Henri “Papillon” Charrière, a safecracker from the Parisian underworld who is framed for murder and condemned to life in the notorious penal colony on Devil’s Island. Determined to regain his freedom, Papillon forms an unlikely alliance with a convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega, who in exchange for protection, agrees to finance Papillon’s escape!”
Directed by: Michael Noer
Cast: Rami Malek, Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan
Release Date: August 24th, 2018 (US, no UK date announced yet)
Here’s the first trailer for ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’, directed by Guy Ritchie. Truth be told, I don’t really know much about Guy Ritchie; I mean, I’ve seen ‘Snatch’ and I liked it, but that’s the only film of his I’ve seen. So this should go without saying, but I have no clue what to expect from this one. After watching the trailer, ‘King Arthur’ looks like your standard fantasy-fare; you got dragons, some mediocre CGI, and let’s not forget…terrible jokes. Sarcasm aside, I can’t this film will be to my liking, but for fantasy fans out there, don’t hesitate to watch the trailer. Let us know what you think of this one in the comments below.
‘King Arthur’ storms into UK cinemas on 24th March 2017
Written by Dalton Brown
Charlie Hunnam will hit the big screen again this autumn in Guillermo del Toro’s Halloween horror ‘Crimson Peak’, but his attention was briefly stolen by another del Toro project – the ‘Pacific Rim’ sequel. Hunnam will reprise his role as jaeger pilot Raleigh Becket for ‘Pacific Rim 2’ and spoke this week of his desire for a focus on acting over visual effects.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ man said: “when it becomes very technical, those technical aspects create a rigidity to the process”. Continuing, “you have to find where your little place to fit into that process is, as opposed to the whole thing being about you”. Sounds like someone is in need of some attention. Here’s hoping del Toro listens to his actor’s wishes.
Written by Jakob Lewis Barnes