'The November Man' is nothing more than a dumb thriller, roll on the fall.
The November Man? Pfffft - Roger Donaldson's latest movie deserves to be nowhere near the penultimate month of the year, packed full of Oscar-bait and genuine quality. No, this formulaic thriller starring Pierce Brosnan as a highly trained ex-CIA agent is perfectly placed. Back end of August. Summer blockbusters are done and dusted, now we're just waiting for the fall.
Pierce Brosnan [L] as 'The November Man'
Brosnan's Devereaux is a lethal man enjoying the quiet in Switzerland but when he's lured out of retirement for one last mission, he must protect valuable witness Alice Fournier (Olga Kurylenko). Devereaux soon uncovers that the assignment marks him as a target for his former friend and protégé David Mason and with growing suspicion of a mole in the agency, he can trust nobody.
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During his CIA days, Peter Devereaux was an exceptional tutor in his field. He taught his pupil David Mason well - teaching him the dangers of having loved ones around them and instilling in him the responsibility that comes with taking someone's life with a single shot. Several years on, a retired peter returns to the agency in a bid to protect a witness named Alice Fournier. The case is extremely personal to him, but things get even more personal when he finds himself fighting against David as the government face combat over the election of the new Russian president. Peter is about to find out just how good a teacher he has been.
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Peter Devereaux is a former CIA agent and a brilliant tutor, who taught his ex pupil the responsibility of taking a man's life and warned him of the dangers of having loved ones in his life. Now, though, that pupil is an incredibly skilled spy with skills that even match those of Devereaux's, and the pair have been forced to fight against one another in a lethal mission that sees only the top CIA operatives in combat over the forthcoming new Russian president. Does Devereaux still have the skills to bring the mission to a swift conclusion? Or is his former protege now stronger than his guide has ever been?
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Dominic Cooper will star in Pierce Brosnan's passion project 'November Man'.
Dominic Cooper will star in 'November Man'.
The 'Mamma Mia' actor will join the cast of Pierce Brosnan's passion project based on Bill Granger's novel 'There are No Spies', which is part of a series of bestselling espionage novels.
The film tells the story of an ex-CIA operative (Pierce) who is brought back on a personal mission and finds himself pitted against his former pupil (Dominic) in a deadly game involving high-level US officials and the Russian president-elect.
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Jake Gyllenhaal is set to take over from Dominic Cooper as the lead protagonist in revenge drama 'Motor City'.
The 'Brokeback Mountain' star is talking with producers to play a convict who when released from prison begins to hunt down the men who framed him.
Continue reading: Jake Gyllenhaal Heads To Motor City?
Dominic Cooper has signed up for 'Cities' after Clive Owen was forced to drop out due to scheduling conflicts.
'Cities' - which will be directed by Roger Donaldson - is described as a "cautionary tale about greed and ambition" and is set in three different locations with each city telling a different story, which eventually collide to show how the fortunes of others impact on other individuals across the globe.
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'Elizabethtown' co-stars Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom have signed up to play a young couple in forthcoming movie 'Cities'.
The pair - who played a couple finding love in 2005 movie 'Elizabethtown' will star together in 'Cities' as a young couple in London struggling to get together the money for a deposit on their first home.
The movie - described as a "cautionary tale about greed and ambition" - is set in three different locations with each city telling a different story, which eventually collide to show how the fortunes of others impact on other individuals across the globe.
Continue reading: Kirsten Dunst To Reteam With Orlando Bloom On New Film
Donaldson's movie focuses on Munro's 1967 odyssey from his remote New Zealand town to his record-setting speed trials in Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats. Though plagued by a heart ailment, Munro soldiers on, modifying his ancient Indian motorcycle using nothing more than junkyard parts and his try-anything chutzpah. Backed by the goodwill of his townsfolk, Munro ships off to Los Angeles where he commences his cross-country trek towards Utah and the record books.
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SIR Anthony Hopkins tried to keep a straight face while he was shooting death-defying motorbike scenes in new movie THE WORLD'S FASTEST INDIAN - because he found the idea of being dragged around a salt flat hilarious.
Hopkins risked life and limb as he was being dragged around the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah for a motorbike crash scene in the Burt Munro biopic, but, far from being terrified, the Welsh-born Oscar winner found the whole experience funny.
He recalls, "That was all me. I was being dragged about 60/70 miles-an-hour on the (bike) frame and all I was told to do was keep your head off the salt because it will rip your face off.
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The band have decided to reform in the wake of Prince’s sudden death last week.
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