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The man show – Out of the Furnace review

By Glenn Dunks June 24, 2014 Somewhere hidden beneath the frequently indecipherable growls that make up Scott Cooper’s Out of the Furnace may just be an interesting movie. However, laboured as it is with sledgehammer-subtle metaphors and a cast of overtly gruff male actors doing insufferably one-note performances, Cooper’s second feature after the Oscar-winning Crazy […]

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New Batman, Ben Affleck, drops the directing; Scott Cooper takes The Stand

With Ben Affleck now busy bulking up to play Batman, a new director is required to helm his long-gestating adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. Deadline reports Warner Bros has set Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart) to direct the epic post-apocalyptic tale. This would have been a difficult decision for WB; removing the Oscar-winning director of […]

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Christian Bale considers Oldboy, A Star is Born after Dark Knight

Christian Bale’s biggest role of the last decade is about to come to an end. With filming nearing conclusion on The Dark Knight Rises, Batman will be looking for new employment. Bale will have plenty of roles to choose from according to Variety, who list the Spike Lee remake of Oldboy at the top of […]

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