As I said when I posted my mini-review/video blog of Ben Affleck’s The Town:
I got to see the film at the Toronto International Film Festival. As a huge fan of his debut movie, Gone Baby Gone, I had high hopes for his second feature about a group of bank robbers in Charlestown (a suburb of Boston) and the Federal agents after them. Thankfully, not only did Affleck deliver a great movie, he cemented his status as a director that deserves your attention. For more on what I thought, click here.
Anyway, with the movie getting released this weekend, Warner Bros. has released ten movie clips and you can watch them after the jump. While I’ve seen a lot of films at this year’s TIFF, The Town is still one of the best. Definitely recommended.
Warner Bros. has released the full press kit for director Ben Affleck’s The Town and included are 41 high resolution images. While some of them have been previously released, you’ll find a ton of new pictures if you hit the jump.
As I said when I posted our The Town giveaway, I spoke to someone that saw a screening the other day and they really liked the film. I’m at the Toronto Film Festival as I type this intro and I’ll have a review online possibly tomorrow. Until then.
The FX Network drama Sons of Anarchy tells the story of Jackson “Jax” Teller (Charlie Hunnam), SAMCRO’s Vice-President and the son of John Teller, founder of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club. His mother, Gemma (Katey Sagal), is married to SAMCRO President Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman), whom she married after the death of her first husband, Jax’s father.
Just when viewers thought things couldn’t get more emotional than last season’s horrific gang rape of Gemma, the finale saw her framed for murder and on the lam, and Jax’s infant son kidnapped by a member of the IRA. The highly anticipated third season, premiering on September 7th, picks up with the Sons reeling from the aftermath and Jax in deep turmoil over his future with the club.
During a recent interview, co-stars Charlie Hunnam and Katey Sagal talked about the intense emotions of Season 3, expanding the story internationally, and getting to live and work in a world that is dark and dangerous, but ultimately about the strength of family. Check out what they had to say after the jump:
After The Shield ended at FX, executive producer/writer/director Kurt Sutter decided to continue his relationship with the network, when he created the hit drama Sons of Anarchy. Exploring a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s desire to protect its livelihood while ensuring that their simple, sheltered town of Charming, Calif. stays just the way it is, they have spent the last two seasons confronting threats from drug dealers, corporate developers, overzealous law officers and even a very dangerous white supremacist.
Last season’s finale saw Abel, the infant son of the club’s Vice President, Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) kidnapped, leaving him feeling powerless and sending him into deeper turmoil over his future with the club. In the highly anticipated Season 3, his search will send the club as far as Ireland, where Jax faces not only the Irish Republican Army, but his own personal history as well.
During a recent interview, show creator Kurt Sutter talked about the dual storylines in Charming and Belfast, gave hints about what fans can expect from this season’s even more personal struggle and journey, revealed some of the great guest stars and that he has a definite idea for what the last 10 or 11 episodes of the series will look like, whenever that time comes. Check out what he had to say after the jump:
Warner Bros. has released their Fall/Holiday 2010 Preview and included are some new and previously released images from The Town, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, Yogi Bear, Due Date, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. Hit the jump for high resolution versions along with updated cast lists and synopses:
If you haven’t seen last night’s Lost, stop reading now. I won’t even spoil this bit other than to say that if you saw last night’s episode, “Across the Sea”, you’ll probably get a chuckle out of this short sketch from last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. It’s made even better that they got actors Mark Pellegrino and Titus Welliver play their respective roles from the show. Hit the jump to check out the short video.