Jack Ryan, hero of numerous Tom Clancy novels, has a director for his next adventure. Vulture reports that Jack Bender is “a cat’s breath away” from directing Moscow, the next installment in the Jack Ryan franchise. In the new film, Ryan (played by Chris Pine, who I think is a great choice for the role), is “fresh-from-the-Marines and goes to work as an analyst for a Russian billionaire, but winds up on the run after being implicated in a terrorist plot.” As we reported in April, Ryan is a Wall Street broker at the beginning of the film and (spoiler alert) eventually he has to save his wife as she’s been taken hostage by the billionaire. However, it’s possible that since April these particular elements have either been changed or removed entirely.
Bender directed some of Lost‘s most popular episodes including “Walkabout”, “The Constant”, and the finales for each of the show’s six seasons (he also directed the all the season premieres except for the pilot and season five). Vulture notes the fun fact that Bender is also a painter and was responsible for the Desmond’s expressionist mural inside the hatch.
Plus he talks about his first TV crush, his hidden talents, the worst job he’s ever had, and more.
"United States government just asked us to save the world. Anybody wanna say no?" Based on what typically goes down in natural disaster movies, you probably should.
Cobie Smulders and Kevin Corrigan also star in this odd riff on the romantic comedy genre comes from 'Computer Chess' director Andrew Bujalski.
You don't hire the best performance-capture actor to *not* play a CG character.
The upcoming comedy stars Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Rose Byrne, and Jason Statham.
The 'Adventureland' reunion finds a stoner/sleeper agent and his girlfriend the target of government agents sent to wipe him out.
Hathaway will lead as a newlywed-turned-widow who's put on trial for murder.
Over 7 minutes of gameplay footage covers melee combat, chatting with Poison Ivy, and tank warfare.
Stars James Wolk, Nonso Anozie, Nora Arnezeder, author James Patterson,and executive producers Jeff Pinkner and Cathy Konrad talk about the upcoming CBS series.
No need to put your money towards a good cause. Buy a stupidly expensive video game instead.