8 references of Charles Bronson, the more gruff actor

Mark Wahlberg won the Generational award at the recent MTV Movie Awards gala. In his acceptance speech, the protagonist of the new Transformers said that he decided to become an actor after seeing a film of the legendary Charles Bronson.

And it could not be for less, since Bronson was one of the most hard and violent actors who has had the big screen, in addition to having a prolific career. But beyond their professional merits, it is the best reference for any action hero, because in his private life was also a really rough type, these references confirm that.

#8 worked in a coal mine as a child

At age 10, Bronson was working at a coal mine once his father died. They paid only $1 per ton of coal removed. It is a home really hard, unlike those actors who began being waiters.

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A Most Wanted Man, one of the last roles of Philip Seymour Hoffman

At the time of his death, Philip Seymour Hoffman had recently completed his work in four films.

In addition to the last two parts of the saga of the hunger games, the drama Pocket God’s (the debut of actor John Slattery as Director, he starred in along with Christina Hendricks and John Turturro) to Plutarch Heavensbee, and drama, Hoffman plays a starring role in this action thriller entitled A Most Wanted Man, that it has released the first official trailer now.

The film is based on the book by the renowned author of novels of espionage John le Carré, the screenplay was adapted by Andrew Bovell (Edge of Darkness) and the charge of directing was Anton Corbijn (recognized by directing dozens of video clips, as well as the feature film Control-2007 – an excellent biopic about Ian Curtis, the Joy Division band leader).

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Family Guy: searching for things, build a city-style The Simpsons

Following the success of the Simpsons: Springfield it seems that the Fox network wants to exploit all their options and, on this occasion, launches a game for fans of family guy or Family Guy. A title that follows the mechanics of it but with the unmistakable humor and characters of this irreverent animated series in which the baby wants to kill his mother and dog, far from being the family pet, talk and is related as a intellectual person.

This is a strategy game where the main mission is to rebuild the city of Quahog. And is that Peter Griffin, in an epic battle against the giant cock, just destroying the city and wiping out all the characters that inhabit it. That is why, after recovering, touching start rebuilding every house and store by store. Something that is achieved by different tasks and the time spent to complete them. A real time is the key to advancing in this game.

Thus, the game mechanics are very simple, being necessary to interact with characters and ordering them to perform various actions to earn money, experience and sometimes special items. With money you can buy new content, houses, decorations and objects, while the experience unlocks new shares to the characters to get more money or unique items.

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Original Chewbacca will be presented in Star Wars: Episode VII

Other members of the cast of the Star Wars original trilogy will be present in the new installment of the series, now under the direction of J.J. Abrams.

Peter Mayhew, the actor who got Chewbacca costume for the first time in the Star Wars: Episode IV – a new hope (1977), has been confirmed to repeat this role in the Star Wars: Episode VII, whose release date has been set for late next year.

Mayhew played the legendary and beloved Wookie, he appeared as Copilot of Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and as a skilled repairman of technical problems, in the first 3 films of the franchise and also in 2005 prequel to the revenge of the Sith.

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First official trailer for Chef, with Scarlett Johansson and Sofía Vergara

Scarlett Johansson is probably through whatever her professional peak since the beginning of her film career.

She is not only one of the undisputed stars of Hollywood but that, if somebody leaned to think that it is nothing more than a pretty face (or other physical attributes), prepares her debut as Director and, in addition, it has managed to stand out as the protagonist in several recent films.

Some already released or to be released soon, all Scarlett Johansson plays very different roles each other: a superhero (Captain America: Winter Soldier), in an independent drama (Under the Skin), in a film of action and science fiction (Lucy) and, finally, in a comedy (Chef).

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5 actors who were injured make their role more credible

Not always be a Hollywood star is glamorous and distinguished work. Many times, actors and actresses are faced with major challenges demanded by the role that they are representing or characteristics of the film in which they are working.

Naturally, action movies are the most dangerous, but in these cases usually have double risk (except some actors who are both skilled athletes like Jackie Chan). However, in other cases where there is an obvious danger to the integrity of the actor, usually occur anyway risky or painful situations that must pass the character in question.

In this list, we will see 5 actors who courageously, and on a voluntary basis, ended up injured in order to make their role more credible, or sacrificed in the name of art.

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Brad Pitt will produce film about Anonymous

The production company of Brad Pitt, Plan B Entertainment (which was behind the latest winner of the Oscar, 12 years of slavery), has acquired the rights to bring to the screen a story about a case involving Anonymous web activists.

The protagonist of the story will be the Member of Anonymous Deric Lostutter, who on behalf of the Group last year launched a campaign of support to a 16-year-old girl who was a victim of rape.

He denounced Lostutter, rape committed by two students in August 2012, members of the football team in high school in Steubenville, Ohio, United States, was then concealed by authorities of the educational Institute.

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The spinoff of the Harry Potter will be a trilogy

The Harry Potter universe has its extension in the book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them also written by J.K. Rowling and published in 2001, whose film adaptation is planned as a trilogy.

The book is part of a meta-fiction, since it was written by Rowling under the pseudonym Newt Scamander, and this is mentioned in Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone, the first novel of the series.

In September 2013, Warner Bros and Rowling announced that they would produce a film inspired by this book, while now it is confirmed that history will kick off a new trilogy. J. k. Rowling is the screenwriter of the project, which will have as protagonist Newt Scamander and whose story is set in New York 70 years before the events in the Harry Potter saga.

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Critique of Noah: the impossible dream

When we talk about projects passion of certain directors, we usually refer to small films that, despite their flaws, are minimum impacts on the Filmography of these, and which conform to more than one fan of those particular directors.

Of course, if we have to refer to an adaptation of a poem written by one of the most important filmmakers in recent years, perhaps this out a little proportion. Yes, Noah, Darren Aronofsky, is an epic of the more exorbitant, but never ceases to be a vacuum receptacle for a dream.

Prophet of straw

And all the special effects in the world can save a movie, whose attractive main focuses on a man, our Noah (Russell Crowe) protagonist, who can barely show their feelings, and when he does, even the villain seems much more pleasant and worthy of a place in the Ark. To make matters worse, we don’t even see a God-fearing man of his God, who ordered him to task so wild, but that his naval Epiphany comes in this film of a psychedelic vision, possibly to avoid offending any religious group.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks about Terminator: Genesis

When Terminator Salvation, was launched in 2009, the idea of the production behind the franchise was to start a new trilogy that, unfortunately, was then postponed by a host of obstacles that included, among others, legal problems and the bankruptcy of a production company.

After several negotiations, projects initiated and never completed, bid for rights and mentioned possible directors and screenwriters, Terminator is already underway: Genesis, whose premiere is scheduled for 2015 and will mark the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to the franchise.

30 years is nothing

30 years after Schwarzenegger appeared in the role that made him famous worldwide and the film that was to become one of the most popular classics of the 80′s, the actor will return to interpret the T-800 robot, known as the Terminator.

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