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Worthy of the name ‘Alien’ | Review of ‘Alien: Covenant’


Minor continuity issues aside, Alien: Covenant does its predecessors proud with new elements for a tension driven, nail-biting ride.

Gary Oldman And Tom Hardy Teaming Up Again For Child 44


By:  Katey Rich Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly. Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. When we think of on-screen pairs that can’t stop working together, we generally think of people who star in films together, whose reunion is the kind of thing that the studio can avidly promote. But now that we clearly have to add Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy to the list, we’re really, really unsure how they should fit in. After working together for the first []

Noomi Rapace Signs On With Tom Hardy In Animal Rescue


By:  Eric Eisenberg Swedish star Noomi Rapace has landed yet another gig in the Hollywood era of her career, and one of the biggest benefits of the new job is that it teams her up with one of the most in-demand actors of the moment. TheGirl With The Dragon Tattoo and Prometheus star has now officially signed on for the upcoming adaptation of Dennis Lehane‘s Animal Rescue, which already has Tom Hardy attached to star. Rumor of Rapace’s possible involvement with the project first surfaced back in mid-December, []

Noomi Rapace Up For Animal Rescue With Tom Hardy


By:  Kristy Puchko Since originating the role of Lisbeth Salander in Sweden’s production ofThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Scandinavian stunner Noomi Rapace has fascinated filmmakers, not to mention audiences. In just the past twelve months, she’s starred into two major action-adventures, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and Prometheus. Now, having recently wrapped on the crime thriller Dead Man Down, this captivating actress is on the prowl for new challenging roles, and may be ready to pounce on Fox Searchlight‘sAnimal Rescue. Based on a short story []

Go Behind The Scenes Of Prometheus With This Brand New Featurette


By: Eric Eisenberg Ridley Scott is, without question, one of the greatest luminaries of science fiction. Two of his earliest films, Alien and Blade Runner, helped define what the genre meant and showed us all what it can do. They have aged perfectly and are constantly looked back on for reference on how to do it right. But we’ve been without science-fiction from Scott since 1982 and while he’s made some great titles in that time, such as Gladiator, American Gangster and []