Producers: Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro & Josh Brolin returning for ‘Sicario 2’


What the fuck? Sicario was sneaky excellent last year, and while it was a dour and miserable trek, I fucking loved it. That said, the idea of a sequel is, uh, odd?

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‘Sicario’ Trailer: Welcome to Juarez

New ‘Sicario’ Trailer: Emily Blunt ain’t a soldier. But she’s at war, anyways.

‘Sicario’ Trailer: Villeneuve’s Brutal Cartel Movie Gives A Glimpse of the Madness

‘EDGE OF TOMORROW’ Trailer: Cruise & Blunt’s gorgeous Sci-Fi Groundhog’s Day

Edge of Tomorrow

Fucking forget Tom Cruise. This stunning science-fiction rendition of Groundhog’s Day (also forget Source Code which is sort of the same idea) features a bad ass Emily Blunt mauling all sorts of foes with a sword and mech equipment and shit. I am so fucking sold.

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Rumor: Ms. Marvel in ‘AVENGERS 2’, with Emily Blunt or Ruth Wilson up for role. Wut? Yes!

Ms. Marvel in Avengers 2? Frak yeah. Carol Danvers is a goddamn fantastic character. As a hell of a strong female lead, she is just sort of lass that Whedon would gravitate towards. Here is hoping there is something to this rumor. Especially if Emily Blunt is in consideration. Coming out of Looper, make mine Blunt. Or something. Should probably just let that saying die.

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‘LOOPER’ UK Poster Gets All Thematic On Our Asses

Here’s the UK poster for Rian Johnson’s upcoming mind-twisting science-fiction flick Looper.

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The Adjustment Bureau: Theological SciFi for Romantics

In Philip K. Dick’s 1954 short story “The Adjustment Team,” a dog barks one minute too late, causing a ripple effect that changes the course of the universe. In George Nolfi‘s The Adjustment Bureau, a loose adaptation of Dick’s story, Matt Damon catches a bus he’s supposed to miss and sets off a chain of events that force the men of the bureau to step in. Nolfi’s film is much more a romance than a scifi thriller. It’s exposition-heavy with more conversations than chases and addresses the philosophical catch-22 of predestination versus free will in an attractive little package.

David Norris (Damon) is a charming frontrunner for the New York Senate but while his devil-may-care attitude attracts young voters, it also causes controversy along the campaign trail. While practicing a speech in the men’s room, Norris encounters Elise (Emily Blunt), who got caught crashing a wedding and is hiding out in the bathroom. Sparks fly all over the bathroom and Elise inspires Norris to deliver an overly Blunt speech about how campaigns transform candidates into retarded children who can’t dress themselves. But according to “the plan,” Norris and Elise are never supposed to meet again.

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