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Barb Will Be Given "Respect" In 'Stranger Things' Season 2


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Without a doubt, 'Stranger Things' was one of the most talked about new shows of 2016. Introducing the fictional town of Hawkins to viewers, those watching were quickly caught up in a story that started with a missing young boy, but turned swiftly into anything but an 'ordinary' case of a child wandering astray or being abducted.

David Harbour returns as Jim Hopper in 'Stranger Things' season 2David Harbour returns as Jim Hopper in 'Stranger Things' season 2

Taking place in the 80s, the show took no time at all in transporting us to a world we had never seen before, bringing the sci-fi genre right into the middle of proceedings, allowing the demons that resided in the Upside Down to take centre-stage. One in particular, the Demogorgon, threatened all that was peaceful and right about Hawkins forever.

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David Harbour Discusses 'Stranger Things' Season 2 Changes For Chief Hopper


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Without a doubt, 'Stranger Things' season 1 was one of the most talked about television shows of 2016. Now with a second season on the horizon, more information and tidbits of information about the new batch of episodes are being released to the public.

David Harbour returns as Chief Hopper in 'Stranger Things' season 2David Harbour returns as Chief Hopper in 'Stranger Things' season 2

Following on from the story of the disappearance of a young boy from the fictional town of Hawkins, viewers were introduced to a slew of intriguing and exciting characters, such as the powerful youngster known only as Eleven and a monstrous being from a place called the Upside Down, known only as the Demogorgon.

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How Different Will The 'Hellboy' Reboot Be From The Original?


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It's hardly a surprise, given the nature of cinema in the current climate, but it's just been announced by the creator of the comic book series that we can expect a re-boot of the 'Hellboy' films in due course. It will be the first Hellboy movie since 2008's 'Hellboy II: The Golden Army'. 

David Harbour at a Golden Globes party in 2017David Harbour at a Golden Globes party in 2017

The creator of the Hellboy character for Dark Horse Comics Mike Mignola revealed the news on Facebook this week, along with who will be at the helm of the new movie and who will be starring in the lead role originally held by Ron Perlman.

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How David Harbour Became The Unlikely Hero Of The SAG Awards


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This year's Screen Actors Guild Awards was full of impassioned speeches about being united as human beings from a number of winners, but none were more fierce and rabble-rousing than that of 'Stranger Things' star David Harbour, who executed the greatest speech of the night.

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After winning the 2017 SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, the cast and crew took to the stage to accept their gong. There Daivd Harbour, who plays cop Jim Hopper in the sci-fi adventure series boomed across the room a speech worthy of a world leader.

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Sleepless Trailer


Vincent Downs and Derrick Griffin are two police detecTIves who don't play by the rules. They have their own criminal connections, and when a homicide case arises that the two are involved in, naturally they take on the job themselves. From the scene of the crime, Vincent steals cocaine but soon realises how much of a mistake that was when his son is kidnapped during a car journey. If he doesn't bring the goods back to the drug lord he took them from, he might never see his son again. But he can't go to the police because that means finally exposing his secret life.

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Suicide Squad Trailer


When there's nowhere left to turn, the bad guys might just turn out to be your only option. Amanda Waller is the leader of a task force who keeps on losing members of her team, she comes up with an idea to form a specialised task force formed with some of the most dangerous criminals that are currently in jail.

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Black Mass Review

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For a biopic of a real-life person, this feels like an oddly standard mob thriller. It's the true story of Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger, and it's told with gritty filmmaking and robust performances. But there's very little about the movie that sets it apart, leaving it as yet another depiction of violent criminal ambition and betrayal. And by the end, it's difficult to escape the feeling that we've seen it all before.

It opens in 1975 South Boston, where Jimmy Bulger (Johnny Depp) runs the Irish mafia, while his brother Billy (Benedict Cumberbatch) is a senator. Their childhood friend John Connolly (Joel Edgerton) is an FBI agent who has asked for their help in taking down the rival Angiulo family, which Jimmy sees as a win-win situation: he'll get rid of the competition while avoiding jail himself. Over the next 10 years, Jimmy expands his operation dramatically, and he's not afraid to get his own hands dirty as he sorts out problems that are created by his sidekicks (including Rory Cochrane, Jesse Plemons and W. Earl Brown), all of whom are increasingly annoyed at his control-freak ways. But as Jimmy becomes even more notorious, the FBI boss (Kevin Bacon) pressures John to take him down.

The actors dive into their roles. Depp transforms himself physically into a prowling thug with terrifyingly piercing eyes. He may be a heartless killer, but he's also a caring family man. Opposite him, Edgerton has a trickier role as a federal agent who operates more like the gangster he'd rather be, casually ignoring the law to push his own agenda. In the sprawling supporting cast, only a few characters emerge memorably: Cumberbatch has a sparky presence, Cochrane offers some thoughtfulness, and Bacon gets to chomp on the scenery. Other roles are much briefer, especially the sidelined female characters.

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The Equalizer - Featurette and Clip


Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Olympus Has Fallen) talks about what makes The Equalizer (Denzel Washington) different from other action movie heroes. The name comes from how he spends his days as a "regular Joe", but uses hand-to-hand combat in order to fight his way through legions of bad guys "levelling the playing field". Producer Todd Black (A Knight's Tale, The Pursuit of Happiness) goes on to explain The Equalizer's skill set. He uses impeccable awareness of his surroundings to manipulate his environment into a weapon - this leads to stunt coordinator Keith Woulard discussing Washington's desire to make the fight scenes "dirty and gritty, but he want[ed] it smart". 

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Parkland - Clips


On November 22nd 1963 in Dallas, Texas, the hugely adored President John F. Kennedy was shot to death as he arrived in the city with First Lady Jackie Kennedy. A women's clothing manufacturer named Abraham Zapruder had no idea of the events that would unfold as he set up his camera preparing for Kennedy's arrival; no idea that his footage would be seen by millions repeatedly as the only visual evidence for what took place that day. Few people know anything about this man, or indeed the other people who ended up becoming involved in this historic tragedy, such as the doctors and nurses who were forced to perform immediate life-saving attempts even with their initial shock and devastation, and the family of alleged killer US Marine Lee Harvey Oswald.

This historical drama tells the stories of the lesser known figures who became involved with one of the most famous assassinations in the history of the world ahead its 50th anniversary. It has been directed and written by Peter Landesman who is best known for his sex slavery article 'The Girls Next Door' which was published in the New York Times. 'Parkland' will be released in UK theatres on November 8th 2013.

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End Of Watch Trailer


Two loyal LA police officers Taylor and Zavala patrol the city's streets arresting drug dealers and gang members, protecting each other's backs and each other's families. The story is told through a series of amateur film footage apparently from police officers, criminals, civilians and surveillance cameras to provide a uniquely accurate depiction of the city's dangers and its cops.

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W.E. Review


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Madonna takes an ambitious approach to the 1936 abdication of Edward VIII, merging the history-making romance with the story of another woman in modern-day New York. The film is a jarring hodgepodge, but it's also enjoyably watchable.

Named after the notorious Mrs Simpson, Wally (Cornish) is in a 1998 New York auction house examining a vast collection from the life of the British king who gave up the throne for the woman he loved. In swirling flashback, Wally's story is woven in with that of Edward (D'Arcy) and Wallis (Riseborough) in the 20s and 30s, including Wallis' marriages to the violent Win (Hayward) and the accommodating Ernest (Harbour). Meanwhile, Wally is stuck in a cold marriage to William (Coyle) and looked after by a kindly security guard (Isaac).

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Thin Ice Trailer


Mickey Prohaska is a small time insurance agent living in Wisconsin. He has grown apart from his wife, Jo Ann and is hoping that his business which he is jump-starting will help patch things up. Unfortunately, things with Jo Ann aren't as good as he makes out to be: she has separated with him. Financially, things are worse: Mickey has a gambling habit and during a recent trip to a casino, he lost his wallet after a one night stand with a prostitute.

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W.E. Trailer


In 1998 came the news that the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor was to be auctioned off. No one was more interested in this news than Wally Winthrop, who discovers the romantic story of King Edward VIII and American socialite Wallis Simpson. Wally, who is trapped in an unhappy marriage, is enchanted by the way the unlikely couple were in love and she dreams of being in a love like that. She becomes obessed with Edward and Wallis and begins researching into their romance, by travelling to various places that the couple frequented and even visiting several auctions of the Windsor estate.

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W.E. - Clips - Clips


In December 1936, the UK was left reeling after the news that King Edward VIII would abdicate the throne, after only 326 days served as the head of the country. The reason for his resignation was so he could successfully marry two times divorcee Wallis Simpson, an American socialite, who would never be accepted because of her previous failed marriages.

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The Green Hornet Review


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An inventive anti-hero theme sets this film apart from the usual superhero movie, but excessive violence and incoherent action leave it deeply frustrating to watch. And it doesn't help that the lead character is so unlikeable.

Britt Reid (Rogen) is the slacker son of a wealthy news baron (Wilkinson). When he inherits the newspaper, he hasn't a clue what to do with it. But he starts hanging out with his dad's old valet Kato (Chou) and hires a sexy assistant (Diaz) whose intelligence he completely ignores. And with Kato, he creates the Green Hornet, who solves crime while apparently being a villain. Soon they're squaring off against the criminal mastermind Chudnofsky (Waltz) as Los Angeles descends into a violent crime war.

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David Harbour Monday 10th January 2011 Premiere Of Columbia Pictures The Green Hornet at Graumans Chinese Theatre - Arrivals Hollywood, California

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Jesse L Martin, Al Pacino, Celebration, David Harbour and The Merchant Of Venice - Jesse L. Martin, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Al Pacino, Lily Rabe, Byron Jennings, David Harbour, Peter Francis James, Matthew Rauch, Christopher Fitzgerald and cast New York City, USA - Opening night celebration of The Public Theater Broadway production of 'The Merchant of Venice' at the Broadhurst Theatre - Curtain Call Sunday 7th November 2010

Jesse L Martin, Al Pacino, Celebration, David Harbour and The Merchant Of Venice
Jesse L Martin, Celebration and The Merchant Of Venice
Jesse L Martin, Celebration and The Merchant Of Venice
Topol, Al Pacino, Celebration, David Harbour, Jesse L Martin and The Merchant Of Venice
Jesse L Martin, Al Pacino, Celebration, David Harbour and The Merchant Of Venice
Jesse L Martin, Al Pacino, Celebration, David Harbour and The Merchant Of Venice

Lorraine Bracco and David Harbour Thursday 7th October 2010 Opening night of of the Broadway production of 'Time Stands Still' at the Cort Theatre - Arrivals. New York City, USA

Lorraine Bracco and David Harbour

David Harbour Monday 4th October 2010 The first 'Broadway Takes the Runway to benefit the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation' held at Touch night club. New York City, USA

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The Green Hornet Trailer


The Green Hornet is the latest superhero to receive the film treatment. When Britt Reid's father dies unexpectedly Britt is left in control of a multinational news paper empire.

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David Harbour - David Harbour and guest New York City, USA - 9th Annual Tribeca Film Festival - Premiere of 'Every Day' held at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Cente - Arrivals Saturday 24th April 2010

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Revolutionary Road Review


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Everyone's cage looks different. April Wheeler's is a plain, white Cape Cod with blood-red shudders that nests atop a manicured lawn in the suburbs. It's not just the house that's holding April down, though. She also feels constrained by her dissatisfied husband, their needy children, and the unfulfilled dreams she left in her wake.

Welcome to Revolutionary Road, the feel-miserable movie of 2008. For their post-Titanic reunion, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio have teamed with American Beauty director Sam Mendes (also Winslet's husband) on a dour, shrill adaptation of Richard Yates' respected novel about an unhappy couple steadily sinking in the quicksand of their discontent.

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David Harbour Monday 15th December 2008 The World Premiere of 'Revolutionary Road' held at the Mann's Village Theater - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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David Harbour

David Harbour - David Harbour and his fiance Maria New York City, USA - Opening Night of The Seagull on Broadway at the Kerr Theatre. Thursday 2nd October 2008

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War Of The Worlds Review


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Steven Spielberg's huge-budget update of "The Warof the Worlds," H.G. Wells' seminal alien-invasion novel from 1898,is a problematic blockbuster with one essential saving grace: It's profoundlyfrightening in a way that few directors have the talent to capture.

I'm not talking about masked-psycho-with-a-chainsaw scary.That's kids' stuff. This is a slow, relentless, meticulous fear. It's thefear of uncertainty, the fear of grand-scale devastation that humanityis powerless to stop. It's a fear that fills the air like a storm and creepsup your spine in a way that's hard to shake. It is a fear not unlike whatevery American felt on September 11, 2001 -- but divorced from fact andrealigned as entertainment through the subconsciously reassuring comfortof a movie theater seat and a tub of popcorn.

It's visceral, it's psychological, and it comes more fromthe terrified performances of Tom Cruise and the remarkable Dakota Fanning(the angelic 10-year-old from "Hide& Seek" and "Manon Fire") -- as a dock-worker deadbeatdad and his daughter on the run from 100-foot alien killing machines --than from the film's hyper-realistic special effects and monsters (whicharen't that different from the ones in the shamelessly corny "Warof the Worlds" rip-off "Independence Day").

The film is worth seeing just to experience this fear,which is a testament to the power of cinema.

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Sleepless Movie Review

Sleepless Movie Review

In remaking the 2011 French thriller Sleepless Night, the filmmakers have dumbed down both the...

Sleepless Trailer

Sleepless Trailer

Vincent Downs and Derrick Griffin are two police detectives who don't play by the rules....

Suicide Squad Trailer

Suicide Squad Trailer

The Suicide Squad was formed by Amanda Waller, the head of Belle Reve Penitentiary and...

Suicide Squad Trailer

Suicide Squad Trailer

When there's nowhere left to turn, the bad guys might just turn out to be...

Black Mass Movie Review

Black Mass Movie Review

For a biopic of a real-life person, this feels like an oddly standard mob thriller....

Black Mass Trailer

Black Mass Trailer

Whitey Bulger has had the FBI under his thumb for too long, and now people...

Black Mass - Teaser Trailer

Black Mass - Teaser Trailer

Irish-American criminal mastermind Whitey Bulger was arguably one of the most dangerous men in America...

Black Mass - First Look Trailer

Black Mass - First Look Trailer

Sometimes, the greatest hiding place is in plain sight. For twelve years from the mid-1990s,...

The Equalizer Movie Review

The Equalizer Movie Review

Little more than a paint-by-numbers action thriller, it's anyone's guess why the filmmakers have bothered...

A Walk Among the Tombstones Movie Review

A Walk Among the Tombstones Movie Review

Although the plot isn't particularly original, a darkly internalised tone makes this low-key thriller oddly...

The Equalizer Trailer

The Equalizer Trailer

Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Olympus Has Fallen) talks about what makes The Equalizer (Denzel...

The Equalizer Trailer

The Equalizer Trailer

Robert McCall has a modest job at a hardware store in Boston where he longs...

A Walk Among the Tombstones Trailer

A Walk Among the Tombstones Trailer

Matt Scudder gave up his high-flying job with the NYPD after accidentally shooting dead a...

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