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New Western ‘Jane Got A Gun’ Opening In Theaters This Friday

A new western starring Natalie Portman (Leon: The Professional, V for Vendetta) titled Jane Got A Gun is opening in theaters nationwide this Friday, January 29th. Directed by Gavin O’Connor (Miracle, Warriors) from a script by Brian Duffield (Insurgent, The Babysitter), Anthony Tambakis (Warriors, Cinnamon Girl: California Dreamin), and Joel Edgerton (The Rover, The Gift), the film follows a woman who enlists the help of her former lover to protect her outlaw husband from a gang that haunts her path and who wishes to kill him. Co-writer Joel Edgerton appears in the supporting cast with actors Ewan McGregor (Big Fish, The Men Who Stare At Goats), Rodrigo Santoro (300, Focus), and Noah Emmerich (The Truman Show, Little Children). The trailer is available here on MADE. Enjoy!

New Biographical Drama ‘The 33’ Opening In Theaters This Friday

A new biographical drama titled The 33, based on the book Deep Down Dark by Hector Tobar, is opening in theaters this Friday. The book and film chronicle the Chilean mining accident in 2010, in which 33 miners were trapped underground and survived together for a total of 69 days. Starring in the film are actors Antonio Banderas (The Mask of Zorro, Once Upon A Time in Mexico), Rodrigo Santoro (300, Focus), Juliette Binoche (The English Patient, Godzilla), James Brolin (Traffic, Catch Me If You Can), Jacob Vargas (Get Shorty, Jarhead), and Oscar Nunez (The Office, The Italian Job). Patricia Riggen (Under the Same Moon, Girl in Progress), who received top remarks at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival for her film Family Portrait, directed the project from a screen story by Jose Rivera (Trade, Letters to Juliet). You can see the trailer here on MADE. The movie opens in theaters this Friday.

‘Focus’ With Will Smith And Margot Robbie Opens This February 27th


This weekend will see veteran-actor Will Smith (Men In Black, Independence Day) back on the big screen opposite Wolf of Wall Street-breakout star Margot Robbie in their new con-man-comedy/drama Focus. The film comes from writing/directing duo Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (Crazy, Stupid, Love., I Love You Phillip Morris) about con-man Nick whose new gig is thrown into chaos by the appearance of an old fling. Making up the supporting cast are Gerald McRaney (Jerico, House of Cards), DB Wong (Jurassic Park, Men of War), and Rodrigo Santoro (Love Actually, 300). You can see the trailer here on MADE, The movie opens in theaters this Friday, February 27th.

Will Smith And Margot Robbie Will Co-Star In ‘Focus’ Next Month


Margot Robbie was an immediate star the minute she hit the screen in Martin Scorsese‘s 2013 hit The Wolf of Wall Street, and now the young actress will be seen opposite Oscar-nominee Will Smith in next month’s comedy-thriller Focus. The film comes from writing and directing duo Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (I Love You Phillip Morris, Crazy Stupid Love) and follows Margot as Jess Barrett, a young woman who becomes the student of con-man Nicky (Smith), but things take a complete turn when the two become romantically involved and emotions start to interfere with business. Actors Rodrigo Santoro (Love Actually, 300) and Gerald McRaney (The Never Ending Story, House of Cards) also star in the film. You’ve probably noticed some TV-shorts going on, but the full trailer is here on MADE. Look for it in theaters February 27th.

MGM And Paramount Pictures Preparing Remake Of 1959 Epic ‘Ben-Hur’

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A remake of director William Wyler‘s 1959 epic Ben-Hur is currently in the works at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Paramount Pictures, and the producer’s and director Timur Bekmambetov (Wanted, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) are working hard getting the pre-production check list in order. Thus far the cast includes actors Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire, American Hustle), Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption, The Dark Knight), Toby Kebbell (Wrath of the Titans, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), and Nezanin Boniadi (Iron Man, The Next Three Days), with Rodrigo Santoro (Love Actually, 300: Rise of an Empire) making an appearance in the role of Jesus Christ. The story of Ben-Hur comes from the 19th-century book by Lew Wallace titled Ben Hur: A Tale of Christ, which tells the story of a Jewish prince who is betrayed by his Roman friend and sent into years of enslavement, only to regain his freedom and return to seek his vengeance. The original movie starred Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins, and Stephen Boyd and won 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor (Heston), Best Director (Wyler), Best Cinematographer (Robert Surtees), and Best Supporting Actor (Hugh Griffith). The new movie is expected to be in theaters sometime in 2016, so we’ll be following it for a while; in the meantime you should definitely check out the original; you can find it available on both DVD and Blu-Ray disc.