Sharlto Copley

Free Fire red band trailer: Brie Larson and Armie Hammer are in an epic shootout

What would happen if Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs fused with something like Shane Black’s The Nice Guys? Probably Free Fire. Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, and Sharlto Copley star in this 1970s-set shoot-em-up comedy, and the first red band trailer has now arrived. 

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Brie Larson thriller Free Fire to close 2016 BFI London Film Festival

The 2016 BFI London Film Festival has officially announced its closing night film: Ben Wheatley’s Brie Larson-starring thriller Free Fire.

Screening as part of the festival’s 60th annual event, the Oct. 16 gala at the Odeon Leicester Square marks Free Fire’s European premiere. While exact release dates have yet to be announced for the film, this means the project will likely screen at one or more of the major North American film festivals (Telluride, Toronto, New York) this fall.

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Watch the new trailer for John Krasinski's Sundance hit The Hollars

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John Krasinski ditches city life for a band of mid-American misfits in the new trailer for his Sundance hit The Hollars.

After previously directing the 2009 independent comedy Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, which also premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, Krasinski pulls double duty on his latest project, as he both stars in and helms The Hollars, his follow-up directorial effort.

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Sony orders second season of Powers

Sony’s foray into original programming for the PlayStation seems to be a success, as the company has ordered a second season of Powers.

Sony made the announcement on Wednesday that the first PlayStation Original series, based on the graphic novel of the same name, will be back for a new season sometime in 2016.

Powers debuted on the PlayStation Network, available exclusively on Sony gaming platforms, in March, and followed the lives of two homicide detectives in a world filled with superpowered humans.

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'Elysium' clip: Sharlto Copley exterminates the resistance -- VIDEO

In Elysium, director Neill Blomkamp’s political science-fiction follow-up to 2009’s District 9, Matt Damon plays a poor factory drone whose only chance at survival is reaching the utopian satellite that orbits Earth where the world’s richest people now reside in luxury. He only has five days to live after being exposed to radiation during a workplace accident, but Elysium isn’t about to share its medical technology with some Earthling peon.

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