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Baltasar Kormakur’s New Drama ‘Everest’ Opening In Theaters September 25th

Director Baltasar Kormakur (Contraband, 2 Guns) will see his latest drama titled Everest open on big screens across the country this September 25th. Working from a screenplay by Oscar-nominee William Nicholson (Gladiator, Les Miserables) and Oscar-winner Simon Beaufoy (The Full Monty, Slumdog Millionaire), the film follows an expedition to the top of Mount Everest that quickly becomes a nail-biting fight for survival when a snow storm hits the mountain. Starring in the film are actors Jason Clarke (Lawless, Terminator: Genisys), Josh Brolin (Men in Black 3, No Country For Old Men), John Hawkes (American Gangster, Lincoln), Robin Wright (Forrest Gump, House of Cards), Emily Watson (Red Dragon, War Horse), Keira Knightly (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Imitation Game), Sam Worthington (Avatar, Terminator Salvation), and Jake Gyllenhaal (October Sky, Prisoners). Seeing as William Nicholson and Simon Beaufoy, who combined have an incredibly impressive catalogue of work, including Nell (1994), Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007), 127 Hours (2010), The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), and Unbreakable (2014), on top of having an excellent cast, I’m sure this one will be much better than everybody is anticipating. The trailer is available here on MADE, so remember to mark your calendars!

‘Jurassic World’ Holds Box-Office Spot Through July 4th Weekend


On top of all the music, ribs, and firework festivals that occurred over the 4th of July weekend, movie-goers were still flocking to the cinemas to see the new breed of dinosaurs in Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World. The film brought in another $30.9 million over the holiday weekend, beating out Pixar’s Inside Out with Amy Pohler (Parks and Recreation, Saturday Night Live) and Terminator: Genisys with Arnold Schwarzenegger (Predator, True Lies) and Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Dom Hemingway). Thus far the film has grossed $558 million worldwide, and with nothing too impressive coming out this week (Self/Less does look interesting, but I doubt a lot of people will pay money to see it in theaters), I wouldn’t be surprised if it holds the top spot for another week, and potentially another after that. If you haven’t seen it yet, it might be time to consider catching a matinee, and if you are wondering about how the film plays out, feel free to check out World’s MADE-Review at the link below. Enjoy!

MADE-Review:
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‘Terminator: Genisys’ Now Playing In Theaters Nationwide


Today marks the opening of the 5th installment in the Terminator series, Terminator: Genisys. This time lead by director Alan Taylor (Palookaville, Thor: The Dark World), Genisys brings back original series veteran Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Predator, True Lies) as the futuristic cyborg originally sent back in time to murder Sarah Connor and prevent the birth of John Connor, who would lead the human resistance in war against the machine race after Judgement Day. Starring as Sarah Connor is Emilia Clarke (Dom Hemingway, Game of Thrones), with Jai Courtney (Divergent, A Good Day To Die Hard), Jason Clarke (Lawless, The Great Gatsby), and JK Simmons (I Love You Man, Whiplash) making up the supporting cast. This time out Kyle Reese is sent back in time to protect Sarah Connor and ensure John Connor’s existence when an unexpected new series of events creates a ripple in time and Kyle and Sarah must work to ‘reset’ the future. The trailer is here again on MADE…but be sure to check this one out on the big screen. It should be a lot of fun!

‘Terminator Genisys’ Opening In Theaters Nationwide This July 1st, 2015


You have probably noticed all of the new TV-spots for the upcoming Terminator Genisys movie, the long-awaited 5th installment in the series that began with writer/director James Cameron (Titanic, Avatar) in 1984. While we did just see an installment several years ago with Christian Bale (The Dark Knight, The Prestige), the big appeal for this Terminator movie is that it will bring the series back to the familiarity of the story-line: futuristic cyborg (reprogrammed by the resistance) is sent back in time to ensure the survival of Sarah Connor, whose son, John, is the leader of the human race against intelligent machines after Judgement Day. It will also see series veteran Arnold Schwarzenegger (Predator, Total Recall) back in his original role as the cyborg-assassin, but this won’t be simply a case of re-making the original. Instead, director Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones, Thor: The Dark World) and writers Laeta Kalogridis (Alexander, Shutter Island) and Patrick Lussier (Scream, Drive Angry) will follow the terminator and Kyle Reese as they venture along a parallel time-line to Cameron’s original film (think Back to the Future: Part 2, but with Arnold instead of Marty McFly!). You may have noticed that modern-day Arnold gets into a hardcore fist-fight with his younger self at the end of the trailer…pretty cool shit! The supporting cast will see Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Dom Hemingway) as Sarah Connor, Jai Courtney (A Good Day To Die Hard, Divergent) as Kyle Reese, and Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty, The Great Gatsby) as John Connor, with Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man, Whiplash) also making an appearance. The trailer is here on MADE, be sure to catch this one on the big screen on July 1st!

New Drama ‘Child 44’ With Tom Hardy And Gary Oldman Opens In Theaters This Friday, April 17th


The new dramatic thriller from director Daniel Espinosa (Easy Money, Safe House), Child 44, is opening in theaters this Friday, April 17th. Featuring The Dark Knight Rises co-stars Tom Hardy (Inception, Lawless) and Oscar-nominee Gary Oldman (Leon: The Professional, The Fifth Element), Child 44 follows a military officer in Stalin-era Russia who becomes disgraced when he begins an investigation into a series of mysterious child murders while the state claims this sort of crime is said to be non-existent. The film comes from an adaptation of Tom Rob Smith‘s novel by screenwriter Richard Price (The Color of Money, Shaft), and also co-stars Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, The Drop), Joel Kinnaman (RoboCop, The Killing), and Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty, The Great Gatsby). Director Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Prometheus) produced the project with co-producers Greg Shapiro (Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, The Hurt Locker) and Michael Schaefer (Now You See Me, Exodus: Gods And Kings). Watch the trailer here on MADE, then catch it in theaters this Friday.

New Trailer For Upcoming ‘Terminator Genisys’ With Arnold Schwarzenegger Now Available


Finally we have a trailer for the upcoming installment in the Terminator series with returning veteran actor Arnold Schwarzenegger (True Lies, Batman & Robin). The new film is titled Terminator Genisys and will find Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor following an alternate time-line parallel to the original film when they team up with the aging cyborg (Schwarzenegger) to try and prevent Judgement Day. Leading the cast are actors Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Dom Hemingway) and Jai Courtney (Divergent, A Good Day To Die Hard), as well as Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man, Whiplash), Matt Smith (Womb, Lost River), and Jason Clarke (Public Enemies, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as John Connor. The script comes from Laeta Kalogridis (Avatar, Shutter Island) and Patrick Lussier (Dracula 2000, Drive Angry), with Alan Taylor (The Sopranos, Thor: The Dark World) taking up the directing duties. The film is due in theaters this July 1st, so we should see additional trailers out before then, but for now, enjoy the latest!

Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Will See Theatrical Re-Release In UK


In the times before George Lucas created Star Wars, and Star Trek saw it’s theatrical debut, iconic filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, whose genius shines through in projects like The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, and Full Metal Jacket, envisioned a philosophical journey through time and space in a film called 2001: A Space Odyssey. Released in 1968 and blending classical orchestral arrangements to visually stunning effects, the film set a new standard for all science-fiction and space adventure films to come, winning an Oscar in 1969 for Best Visual Effects and receiving three additional Oscar nominations for Best Director (Kubrick), Best Writing/Screenplay (Kubrick and author Arthur C. Clarke), and Best Art Direction (Set Decoration). 2001 begins in the times of pre-history and spans all the way to futuristic colonized space, where astronaut Dave Bowman must embark on an epic journey to Jupiter in the hopes of discovering the origins of humanity and our place in the ever-expanding universe. The story was initially loosely based on a short story of Aurthur C. Clarke‘s titled The Sentinel, which Kubrick and Clarke then expanded upon and simultaneously wrote the film screenplay and the novel that was published shortly after the film was released. While Clarke’s novel speaks in more direct tones to explain the philosophy behind the story, Kubrick’s film is more famously known for it’s enigmatic style of story-telling, relying heavily on visual interpretation and utilizing extremely light amounts of dialogue. Since it’s release, 2001 has become known as a modern cinematic masterpiece, and with director Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar coming to theaters this November (Nolan has referenced 2001 a number of times making Interstellar), audiences in the UK will get to experience Kubrick’s film on the big screen once again. Check out this new trailer for 2001, and if you haven’t seen it and don’t plan on taking a European vacation anytime soon, definitely go out and rent it. You won’t regret it!

‘Terminator: Genisys’ Sequels Receive Release Dates For 2017 And 2018

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We’ve been following the production on Terminator: Genisys, the upcoming sequel/prequel to James Cameron’s original classic, for some time now, and while director Alan Taylor is still filming with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paramount Pictures is looking to its future plans to set release dates for the next installments to follow Genisys, which is due out next July. Recent news has stated that the next two movies will be released in May 2017 and June 2018, which means the majority of both films will most likely be filmed back-to-back. While this seems like an ideal timeline, the studio will have to schedule the filming dates very carefully. Aside from Schwarzenegger, the movie also stars Emilia Clarke, who also has her Game of Thrones duties to worry about, Jai Courtney, who is already filming Insurgent for 2015, and Jason Clarke, who is also currently filming Weightless, which means the cast members may be difficult to keep together for a full period of filming. James Cameron, who wrote and directed the original Terminator in 1984, will also recover the rights to the franchise in 2019, which puts more pressure on the studio to get their take on the story finished before more potential projects come from Cameron or the director decides to cut the series off completely. While I can’t really predict anything about these new back-to-back sequels, the rumors surrounding the Genisys plot do sound pretty interesting. The film will supposedly follow a double-parallel story that features a new plot running alongside Cameron’s original film in a time-travel scenario. Sounds pretty good right? We’ll keep an eye out for more info on this one.

‘Terminator 5’ Wraps Up Filming With New Title Provided By Star Arnold Schwarzenegger

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We have been waiting to hear some updated news about the next installment of the Terminator series that will feature original star Arnold Schwarzenegger as everybody’s favorite killing machine! No official details have been revealed about the plot, but we now know (via a tweet from Schwarzenegger) that the new film’s title is Terminator: Genesis. The film has just completed shooting and is now in the post-production stage, with a release date set for July 1st of next year. The movie is directed by Alan Taylor (Rubicon, Boardwalk Empire) and features new cast members Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) as Sarah Connor, Jai Courtney (A Good Day To Die Hard, Divergent) as Kyle Reese, and Jason Clarke (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Zero Dark Thirty) as John Connor. The last installment in the series was Terminator: Salvation (2009) with Christian Bale, which saw John Connor, the leader of the human resistance against the Skynet machines, leading his band of rebels in 2018, before the events of the original film took place. Some theories have been circling around Hollywood that the new film will feature a time-travel scenario that will result in a whole new story running parallel to the story in the original film from writer/director James Cameron; sort of like Back to the Future Part 2 where Marty has to avoid running into himself in 1955 because he was already there in the first film. Whatever the case, it should turn out to be an entertaining watch. Schwarzenegger was last seen as the Skynet cyborg in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in 2003, so it will be great to see him on the screen again in his most famous role! Stay tuned for more updates.

Matt Smith And Aaron Williamson Joining ‘Terminator: Genesis’

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The next installment in the Terminator series will not only bring back Arnold Schwarzenegger as the futuristic cyborg killer, it will also feature a new all-star cast including Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Jason Clarke, and J.K. Simmons, and now Doctor Who regular Matt Smith and Marine veteran turned bodybuilder Aaron Williamson will also be joining the cast. Smith’s role is still unknown at this point, but Williamson, who has lent a hand on numerous Hollywood projects like The Butler and Django Unchained, will also take a role as a T-800 cyborg just like Schwarzenegger. The official plot of the movie is still being kept under-wraps, but according to a recent article from HitFix it may involve a double parallel where we see the original story-line from James Cameron’s 1984 blockbuster as well as the new story playing out in the same time and place, so a bit like Back to the Future: Part 2 where you have two Marty’s with two objectives. The film will also include Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) and Jai Courtney (A Good Day To Die Hard) in the roles of Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese, the two protagonists of the original movie, and will be penned by Laeta Kalogridis (Alexander, Shutter Island) and Patrick Lussier (Dracula 2000, Drive Angry). Director Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones, The Sopranos) is already in the process of shooting the film, and Paramount has scheduled the release for July 2015.