Doug Liman’s Chaos Walking has been a long time coming. Filmed in 2017, the film was deemed un-releasable by Lionsgate at the time and the studio ordered reshoots in 2018 to improve on the Tom Holland – Daisy Ridley - starring sci-fi epic. Now, over 3 years after principal photography wrapped, the world finally sees
It’s getting to that point now where all the films made during lockdown are starting to be released. We’ve had films such as Songbird and Malcolm & Marie already and now Warner Bros. are bringing their lockdown comedy-heist film to the UK this week after its debut on HBO MAX in America earlier this year.
Tom Cruise's second collaboration with director Doug Liman (the first being Edge of Tomorrow/Live.Die.Repeat) sees the pair turn away from the action and science-fiction genres to tackle an adaptation based around the real life story of pilot Barry Seal. The story sees Cruise as Seal quit his job as an airline pilot after being approached by
A lot of news this week really happened closer to last week's post. I imagine, in part, because gamers around the world have been gearing up for E3. Even though I wouldn't class myself as a gamer, I have been live-streaming videos about Star Wars Battlefront II for the past few hours, so I can relate somewhat. Since
It's been three years since Edge of Tomorrow/Live. Die. Repeat. burst into cinemas to critical acclaim, with some calling it director Doug Liman's 'most pleasurable' film since The Bourne Identity (Variety). The visuals, story, directing and acting have all been lauded, so it's safe to say we're excited to see what will happen when leading man Tom Cruise
Welcome back to the VH Weekly News Round-Up. As we come to the end of May and a week that had a few days hotter than any British person is prepared to deal with, we take a look at five of the most important bits of news to come out of the film industry. Heartbreaking