Tv - Bichir Brothers To Team Up For The Bridge

The second season of cult U.S. Tv drama The Bridge will be a family affair as Demian Bichir's actor brother Bruno has joined the cast.

Bruno will appear as a wealthy Mexican businessman in multiple episodes of the critically acclaimed series, which is set in and around the border towns of Mexico and Texas.

It is not the first time the Bichir brothers have worked together - Oscar nominee Demian and Bruno also teamed up for the movies Don't Tempt Me and Sin noticias de Dios (Bendito infierno).

Bruno says, "I couldn't be happier to work again with my brother Demian. I'm a huge fan of the show so it's an enormous honour for me to become a part of it."


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Bryan Cranston Is Joined By 'Breaking Bad' Co-Stars At 2014 Peabody Awards - Part 1 4210773 Celebrity Videos <p>Bryan Cranston was joined by his 'Breaking Bad' co-stars Betsy Brandt and RJ Mitte at the 73rd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards held at The Waldorf Astoria in New York. The awards ceremony recognises service in television and radio for filmmakers and actors.</p><p>Other attendees were 'The Bridge' actors Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger; Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key from Key and Peele; NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw; 'House Of Cards' screenwriter Beau Willimon with the show's stars Boris McGiver, Sebastian Arcelus, Jayne Atkinson and Michael Gill; documentary producer Ken Burns; and 'The Central Park Five' documentary subjects Raymond Santana, Yusef Salaam and Kevin Richardson.</p> <p>Bryan Cranston was joined by his 'Breaking Bad' co-stars Betsy Brandt and RJ Mitte at the 73rd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards held at The Waldorf Astoria in New York. The awards ceremony recognises service in television and radio for filmmakers and actors.</p><p>Other attendees were 'The Bridge' actors Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger; Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key from Key and Peele; NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw; 'House Of Cards' screenwriter Beau Willimon with the show's stars Boris McGiver, Sebastian Arcelus, Jayne Atkinson and Michael Gill; documentary producer Ken Burns; and 'The Central Park Five' documentary subjects Raymond Santana, Yusef Salaam and Kevin Richardson.</p> 29th May 2014 http://www.contactmusic.com/videos/2014may/bryan-cranston-joined-by-breaking-bad-costars-2014-peabody-awards-part-1_189746.jpg
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Dom Hemingway 3993238 Videos 11th December 2013

Dom Hemingway is a rather adept safecracker with serious anger issues and an addiction to drinking, women and partying. Having just completed a draining 12-year stint in prison, he's desperate to make up for lost time by teaming up with his old partner Dickie who has agreed to assist him in tracking down the money owed to him by his former boss Mr. Fontaine. On the way, there's plenty of boozing, sex and debauchery, but he's not happy when Fontaine offers him a price smaller than what Dom thinks his decade of silence is worth. Needless to say, the money doesn't last long as it disappears during one major bender; however, there's more than just money on his mind. His young daughter has grown up and is now a mother and he finds himself eager to rebuild a relationship with her. But making a fresh start after 12 years of absence is harder than expected.

'Dom Hemingway' is a gritty crime comedy about starting over and seeking life's real pleasures. It has been written and directed by Primetime Emmy winner Richard Shepard ('The Matador', 'The Hunting Party', 'Oxygen') and, although is mainly darkly comic and mostly depraved, has many tender moments entwined within it. It will be released in the US on April 4th 2014.

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Dom Hemingway 3951452 Film Reviews

Definitely a film of two halves, this crime comedy kicks off with a spark of witty energy as the title character blusters his way through a series of events with hilariously profane rants. Then the plot kicks in. And from here on, it's a dull slog as we lose all interest in what happens next. It's well-played and stylishly directed, but it feels pointless.

We meet Dom Hemingway (Law) just before he gets out of prison after serving 12 years for refusing to rat out his boss Ivan (Bichir), a Russian mobster now living the high life on the French Riviera. So Dom and his sardonic friend Dicky (Grant) travel from London to see Ivan. After a very rocky start caused by Dom's loose tongue, they're in the middle of wildly hedonistic holiday when things take a sudden turn. Dom finds himself penniless back in England, turning to his daughter Evelyn (Clarke) for help. When she refuses to talk to him, he seeks work from a young thug (Hunter).

Up until the mid-point plot-shift, the film is a lot of fun, mainly because Dom's tirades are riotously rude but still have a literary lilt to them. This man clearly has no filter on what he says or does, so he goes from one spot of trouble to another. Law plays him with gusto, winning us over in the comical first half then struggling to keep even a hint of sympathy in the much mopier drama that follows. Frankly, we begin to think that Dom is finally getting what he deserves; we certainly don't want him to come out on top.

This is a big problem for a film like this, because Shepard needs to keep us engaged with Dom if the story has even a faint chance of entertaining us. But as the film turns into a simplistic and sappy family-values diatribe, we cringe because it's even more nauseating than the vile filth Dom was shouting earlier. At least that was amusing. But this is such a come-down that we feel like we're watching a completely different movie. And it's one we really can barely be bothered to see through to the end.

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Machete Kills 3899959 Film Reviews

Robert Rodriguez returns to Grindhouse territory with this B-movie spoof sequel that mixes hilariously knowing jokes with painfully stiff storytelling. Fans of the genre will love it, but those expecting a sense of narrative momentum will find themselves bored when the plot stalls about halfway in. And the rampant misogynistic smirking should be too much for anyone.

After the events of the 2010 original (which itself was based on a mock-trailer from 2007's Grindhouse double bill), the former Mexican agent Machete (Trejo) has been secretly working with US Immigration. After a bust goes badly wrong, he is assigned by the US President (Sheen, performing under his birth-name Carlos Estevez) to capture psychotic drug kingpin Mendez (Bichir) in Mexico. Working with his beauty-queen contact (Heard), he heads into the danger zone pursued by the master-of-disguise Camaleon and immediately running afoul of a vindictive brothel madame (Vergara). Along the way he discovers that the real villain is a defence contractor (Gibson) back in America, so he asks his former partner-in-crime (Michelle Rodriguez) for some help.

Every scene overflows with hyper-violent action and near-naked babes with guns. And the fast-paced mayhem is frequently played out as wacky slapstick, with movie in-jokes and a general sense of chaos. Aside from the amusingly straight-faced Trejo, the actors play everything for laughs. Gibson chomps mercilessly on the scenery during his overlong scenes, while Sheen plays with his own personal history while winking knowingly to the camera. There's also a continuous parade of A-list cameos, including Gaga, Gooding and Banderas hamming up their silly scenes for all they're worth.

But it's such a mess that playing spot-the-star is the most enjoyable thing about the film. The whizzy pace stalls badly once we get to Gibson's lair, with dull expository dialog that bores us with the pointlessly over-complicated workings of the plot. Still, Rodriguez peppers the film with inspired gags and even makes some pointed political comments along the way. And from the prologue teaser trailer for Machete Kills Again ... In Space, we already know that our indestructible hero will be back. Possibly with Justin Bieber and Leonardo DiCaprio as costars. Keep your fingers crossed.

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Machete Kills - Alternative Trailer 3895513 Videos 7th October 2013

Machete Cortez is a formidable former member of the Mexican Federal Police and happens to be one of the most badass, ruthless killers ever known. He is enlisted by the US President on a new mission to save the world, being asked to find a crazed anarchist named Mendez and prevent him from launching a nuclear weapon at Washington DC. However, it soon begins clear that he can't trust everyone around him and discovers that an arms dealer named Luther Voz may actually be the real villain in the situation as he is hatching a dastardly plan to cause chaos in every country in the world. There's something no-one's telling Machete about this business but he'll damn well try to find out what it is.

'Machete Kills' is a vibrant, high action crime thriller starring Lady Gaga in her acting debut. It is the sequel to 2010's 'Machete' which was born from a fake trailer by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino for 'Grindhouse' in 2007. Rodriquez ('Sin City', 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico', 'From Dusk Till Dawn') is back in his director shoes with Álvaro Rodríguez ('Allied Forces') and Kyle Ward as screenwriters. It is set to be released in cinemas on October 11th 2013.

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Dom Hemingway 3880799 Videos 25th September 2013

Dom Hemingway has recently completed a 12-year stint in prison for his criminal exploits as a talented safecracker but, needless to say, he is anything but reformed. On his release, he meets up with his balding, glove-wearing partner Dickie who helps him track down his old gangster boss Mr. Fontaine to retrieve a large sum of money owed to him for keeping his silence on his criminal past for so long. The first thing he does when he gets hold of it? He throws a massive, alcohol-fuelled, women-laden party to celebrate his freedom, but with dire consequences. When he wakes up outside in the worst state he's been in for a while, he realises that his money has completely disappeared, but that's not the only thing he has to seek out. His daughter Evelyn is now a mother, and he's determined to re-build a relationship and get to know his grandson. However, getting his life on track proves more difficult than he imagined.

This gritty British crime thriller has been directed and written by Primetime Emming winning Richard Shepard ('The Matador', 'The Hunting Party', 'Oxygen'). It has a wicked humour in all the right places but looks like it could be a pretty touching story too. It is set to be released on November 15th 2013.

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The Heat 3791520 Film Reviews

Miss Congeniality shows up The Other Guys in this riotously funny buddy-cop comedy, which overcomes its silly script with the ingenious pairing of Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. The plot is essentially a flimsy framework on which to hang a series of nutty set pieces, but they're so hilarious that we don't mind at all.

Bullock plays Ashburn, an FBI agent who endangers her upcoming promotion by being too obsessively efficient and showing up the boys. Her boss (Bichir) thinks she could use some new scenery, so sends her to Boston to find a drug kingpin. But she quickly encroaches on the turf of local detective Mullins (McCarthy), whose outside-the-box methods have deeply intimidated her frazzled chief (Wilson). As they investigate the same case, Ashburn and Mullins clash badly before they realise that they really should be working together. But neither is willing to relinquish even a tiny bit of control.

It's hard to remember the last time two over-40 actresses were allowed to play such lively characters. Bullock and McCarthy have a fantastic snap of chemistry on-screen, as they improvise much of their hysterical interaction. This is a terrific combination of Bullock's fearless slapstick physicality and McCarthy's stinging humour. They're a lot funnier when they're at each others' throats than when they're working together, although even then they use deadpan humour to play on their differences. And in another clever flip of the genre, the male actors all have thankless roles around the edges of the story.

Bridesmaids director Feig puts the film together as if it's a massive summer blockbuster, with elaborate chases, explosions and shootouts. The action sequences are as comically raucous as anything in the Beverly Hills Cop or Lethal Weapon movies. And yes, it's very violent, often played for nervous laughter (such as a grisly-goofy tracheotomy). In some ways, you get the feeling that the filmmakers merely added a fresh spin to another idiotic script by casting Bullock and McCarthy in the leads. But we're definitely glad they did.

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The Heat's Wave Of Reviews Is Hardly Warm - Melissa McCarthy And Sandra Bullock Play It Safe 3738752 News

Critical reviews of The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, have been more lukewarm than scolding.

Sandra Bullock plays Sarah Ashburn, an FBI agent incapable of having fun (sounds familiar?), who is paired up with rotund police officer Shannon Mullins, played by Melissa McCarthy (again –does this remind you of everything?) 

In fact, throw in a camp Michael Caine and an awkward ginger haired English actor and voilà! You have a bizarre combination of Miss Congeniality and Hot Fuzz

Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy
Bullock and McCarthy repirsing their roles at the New York premiere of The Heat

The duo faces their greatest obstacle, having to get along when neither has experience working with each other, or any partner for that matter. 

The acting pair work well together and the script, not their comic acting abilities, has been the main point of most critic’s arguments against the film. Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post said McCarthy needs “more to play than what has become a tiresome tomboy shtick”. 

Others have praised the actors for dealing well with their traditional roles, Betsy Sharkey of The Los Angeles Times points out “Bullock specializes in awkward and uptight, McCarthy in aggressive and unfiltered”. 

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Bullock and McCarthy in appearing in this film have fallen into the trap of typecasting. Bullock is too similar in The Heat to Miss Congeniality’s Gracie Hart whilst McCarthy displays similar traits to her roles in Bridesmaids and The Hangover Part III

Demián Bichir (Savages), Marlon Wayans (A Haunted House), Michael Rapaport  (A Day In The Life) and Jane Curtin (I don’t Know How She Does It) also feature in The Heat

The Heat is released in US cinemas today (28th June 2013). It will be released in the UK on 4th July.

 Demian Bichir
Demian Bichir at the New York premiere of The Heat.

Marlon Wayans
Marlon Wayans at the New York premiere of The Heat.

Critical reviews of The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, have been more lukewarm than scolding.

Sandra Bullock plays Sarah Ashburn, an FBI agent incapable of having fun (sounds familiar?), who is paired up with rotund police officer Shannon Mullins, played by Melissa McCarthy (again –does this remind you of everything?) 

In fact, throw in a camp Michael Caine and an awkward ginger haired English actor and voilà! You have a bizarre combination of Miss Congeniality and Hot Fuzz

Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy
Bullock and McCarthy repirsing their roles at the New York premiere of The Heat

The duo faces their greatest obstacle, having to get along when neither has experience working with each other, or any partner for that matter. 

The acting pair work well together and the script, not their comic acting abilities, has been the main point of most critic’s arguments against the film. Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post said McCarthy needs “more to play than what has become a tiresome tomboy shtick”. 

Others have praised the actors for dealing well with their traditional roles, Betsy Sharkey of The Los Angeles Times points out “Bullock specializes in awkward and uptight, McCarthy in aggressive and unfiltered”. 

Watch The Heat trailer:
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Bullock and McCarthy in appearing in this film have fallen into the trap of typecasting. Bullock is too similar in The Heat to Miss Congeniality’s Gracie Hart whilst McCarthy displays similar traits to her roles in Bridesmaids and The Hangover Part III

Demián Bichir (Savages), Marlon Wayans (A Haunted House), Michael Rapaport  (A Day In The Life) and Jane Curtin (I don’t Know How She Does It) also feature in The Heat

The Heat is released in US cinemas today (28th June 2013). It will be released in the UK on 4th July.

 Demian Bichir
Demian Bichir at the New York premiere of The Heat.

Marlon Wayans
Marlon Wayans at the New York premiere of The Heat.

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Director Paul Feig Arrives At 'The Heat' NY Premiere Alongside Much Of The Cast - Part 2 3733911 Celebrity Videos <p>Director Paul Feig was joined on the red carpet at the New York premiere for 'The Heat' at the Ziegfeld Theater by his wife Laurie Karon and several of the movie's stars including Demian Bichir with his Mexican actress wife Lisset Gutierrez, 'Still Single' star Jamie Denbo, Jessica Chaffin from 'Zoey 101', 'The Big Bang Theory' actor John Ross Bowie and Nate Corddry from 'Sunset Strip'.</p><p>Among other premiere-goers were singer Michael McDonald, 'The Miraculous Year' star Eric West, sports commentator Sean Tuohy with his son Collins Tuohy and wife Leigh Ann Tuohy, and Miss USA Erin Brady.</p> <p>Director Paul Feig was joined on the red carpet at the New York premiere for 'The Heat' at the Ziegfeld Theater by his wife Laurie Karon and several of the movie's stars including Demian Bichir with his Mexican actress wife Lisset Gutierrez, 'Still Single' star Jamie Denbo, Jessica Chaffin from 'Zoey 101', 'The Big Bang Theory' actor John Ross Bowie and Nate Corddry from 'Sunset Strip'.</p><p>Among other premiere-goers were singer Michael McDonald, 'The Miraculous Year' star Eric West, sports commentator Sean Tuohy with his son Collins Tuohy and wife Leigh Ann Tuohy, and Miss USA Erin Brady.</p> 25th June 2013 http://www.contactmusic.com/videos/2013jun/director-paul-feig-arrives-at-the-heat-ny-premiere-alongside-much-cast-part-2_178667.jpg
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