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Article inside ‘Saw’: Lionsgate Begins Developing Next Sequel, ‘Legacy’

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Back in 2004 Jigsaw became a household name when Lionsgate carved out a theatrical release for James Wan and Leigh WhannellÂ’s low-budget festival fav Saw.

It was so successful that it became an annual tradition to expect a new Saw sequel each and every October.

The games came to an end with 2010Â’s Saw 3D (Saw: The Final Chapter), which was pegged as the end of the franchise. Yet, the final scene set up a world that could easily be expanded.

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Since then, Lionsgate has been taking a breather. WeÂ’ve reported multiple times that the seventh Saw wasnÂ’t the end, and that the studio has even considered remaking Wan and WhannellÂ’s film thatÂ’s one of the most important horror films of all time.

After five years of pitches, and a re-release of the classic back in 2014, Lionsgate has decided to move forward with an eighth film in the franchise, according to a trustworthy tracking board.

Lionsgate has tapped writing duo Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger – the duo behind Sorority Row, Piranha 3D and Piranha 3DD – to pen Saw: Legacy, although there’s no story details at this time.

James Wan, who has gone on to direct Insidious, The Conjuring, Dead Silence and Fast 7, will executive produce with Whannell.

Will Saw: Legacy start at the beginning? Could it follow an entirely new cult of Jigsaw followers? What do you guys think will happen next?!

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What does it look like when two of DC's most iconic superheroes come together in live-action for the first time? The first photo from this crossover has been revealed, and you can see it after the jump.

The Flash's Grant Gustin has taken to Instagram to share the first image of him and Melissa Benoist as Supergirl on the set of her CBS series. The character of course made a blink and you'll miss it appearance on the Scarlet Speedster's show last night in a scene which appeared to indicate that she lives on another alternate Earth somewhere in the multiverse, but this is our first time seeing them together. Plot details about the crossover are still a secret, but we know that it will happen on Monday, March 28th. Are you excited to see these two meet for the first time? Sound off below!


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Article inside Possible SPOILER Regarding A Major Character's Death In Marvel's THOR: RAGNAROK

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As Marvel's Thor threequel moves closer to its shoot date, we have a juicy rumor for you - but one that may not go down too well! Click on, but beware of potentially huge plot SPOILERS...

All we know for sure about Thor: Ragnarok is that it will feature the God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) teaming up with Bruce Banner/The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and some end-of-days stakes will be involved - everything else we've heard so far has been unconfirmed rumor.

That said, even before all of the speculation we knew there was a very good chance our heroes would be taking on Hela (possibly played by Cate Blanchette), and according to Latino Review those stakes will be raised considerably when she kills one of Thor's best pals, Heimdall (Idris Elba). This makes sense when you consider the fact that Thor had a vision of his friend in the Underworld after his little dip in the fairy pool (or whatever that was supposed to be) in Avengers: Age Of Ultron.

Fans will not be happy to see this character go, but don't worry too much - if this report is accurate, Elba will return as Heimdall later on in the movie when Hela and her army of the dead do battle against the Valkyries from Valhalla and the souls of the righteous fallen, which include the deceased Gatekeeper. Whether he'll be fully resurrected in corporeal form remains to be seen, but this being the MCU it's probably a safe bet at some point down the line.

What do you guys make of this? Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters November 3, 2017.



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Video inside First Trailer For Spy Thriller 'Our Kind Of Traitor' Starring Ewan McGregor, Naomie Harris

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Audiences just can’t get enough of spies, it seems: last year saw a wealth of different super-agents on screen, from long-running heroes James Bond and Ethan Hunt, to fresher faces from “Kingsman: The Secret Service” and “Spy,” to Oscar nominee “Bridge Of Spies,” and mostly with great success financially. This year is a little quieter, but not by much, with “The Brothers Grimsby” and “Jason Bourne” among those on the way, but we’re also seeing a resurgence of one of the kings of the genre, author John Le Carre.

The success of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” a few years ago made the veteran author hot again, and surprisingly strong box office for “A Most Wanted Man” helped to, so we’re soon to get a couple more. First up is Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie in miniseries adaptation “The Night Manager,” and soon to follow is big-screen outing “Our Kind Of Traitor,” which just dropped its first trailer.

Penned by “Drive” scribe Hossein Amini and directed by “Generation Kill” helmer Susanna White, the film sees a university professor and his girlfriend (Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris) befriend Russian oligarch Dima Krasnov (Stellan Skarsgard), who claims to be the world’s biggest money launderer, and asking to be put in touch with British intelligence. The ordinary couple are soon immersed in a world of espionage.

ItÂ’s a strong cast, with key roles for Damian Lewis and Mark Gatiss alongside the toplining stars, and the trailer looks like it could be a pretty gripping picture as far as these things go. The film opens on May 6th in the UK, with Lionsgate set to distribute in the U.S. further down the line, and you can check out the trailer below.










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Video inside Mr. Right Trailer Shows Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick Murder And Make Love

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Relationships can be murder, especially when one of the parties involved happen to be a trained killer for hire. As luck would have it, Anna Kendrick is about to meet and fall in love with just that sort of man, as Sam Rockwell steals her heart – and kicks a whole bunch of ass – in the trailer for Mr. Right.


As if Anna Kendrick's Martha isn't scared enough by the fact that the man she's been seeing is actually with someone else, meeting other people while getting through that pain has been a disaster. Yet Mr. Right shows up in the form of Sam Rockwell's Francis – a hit man who's now killing those who would try to hire him. As the trailer released through Yahoo will show you, this pairing is a product of fate, and about to be forged by combat, as Francis has now become the hunted.

With Tim Roth and RZA playing key supporting roles as those who would kill Mr. Right, the casting in this film is most definitely on point. Even better, the action part of the film's events looks pretty badassed too, with both Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick getting in their fair share of hits against the opposition. So theoretically, even if the comedic angle of the film falls short, there's a good chance that the action will make up for it to a certain extent. Which is a good thing, because, unfortunately, the gags included in the trailer look like they're a little flat.

Most of the humor that's shown in Mr. Right's trailer is that of the goofy, romantic comedy variety that we're mostly used to. Anna Kendrick's character is a bag of cliches as she's being shown through her difficult coping phase, and Sam Rockwell looks like the usual charming, borderline sinister guy that we've seen in plenty of films before. So what's to suggest that Mr. Right will rise above the usual run and shoot romantic comedy? Well, again, seeing Kendrick and Rockwell beating the hell out of all that stand in their way goes a long way towards selling the film to a wide audience. Also, Tim Roth looks like he's ready to steal the film as he did in The Hateful Eight, so at the very least some witty wordplay is bound to break out between the numerous characters exchanging heavy amounts of gunfire.

Mr. Right will be available on VOD and Digital HD, as well as released in select theatrical showings, on April 8th – putting it in competition with The Boss and Hardcore Henry for the weekend's box office.

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Article inside OscarsoWhite? Meryl Streep tells reporters 'we’re all African really'

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Meryl Streep has provoked controversy by reportedly telling journalists “we’re all Africans really” in response to a question at a film festival.

The Suffragette actress was speaking at the Berlin International Film Festival, where she expressed her commitment to equality and diversity.

Streep is heading an all-white, seven-member jury responsible for choosing the winners of the Golden Bear and various Silver Bear film awards at a time when diversity in the film industry is a major talking point after only white actors were nominated for acting Oscars.


When asked about diversity within the judging panel, she reportedly responded: “This jury is evidence that at least women are included and in fact dominate this jury, and that's an unusual situation in bodies of people who make decisions. So I think the Berlinale is ahead of the game.”

When a second reporter asked her whether she understood films from the Arab world and North Africa, Streep was quoted as saying by the Associated Press: ”I've played a lot of different people from a lot of different cultures.

“There is a core of humanity that travels right through every culture, and after all we're all from Africa originally. Berliners, we're all Africans really.”

Variety reported her response as: “We are all Africans, we are all Berliners,” in reference to John F. Kennedy’s famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” quote.

The Independent has contacted Streep for comment.

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Article inside Matt Damon Throws Awesome Oscar Shade At Leonardo DiCaprio Over The Revenant

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In the build-up to the Academy Awards, all eyes seem to be on Leonardo DiCaprio. His performance in The Revenant seems to be the one to beat. Much of the reason for all the talk is centered around the apparently harrowing experience that DiCaprio and the rest of the cast and crew went through in order to make the film. Well, Matt Damon would like to point out that heÂ’s nominated for the same award, and he earned it while staying warm.

Damon was introducing Ridley Scott, his director on The Martian, at the DirectorÂ’s Guild Awards on Saturday night and felt obligated to point out that it is possible to make great movies without risking life and limb. The Martian, like The Revenant, is also a movie about a lone man trying to survive amidst harsh conditions, but when filming ended for Damon, the harsh conditions did as well. It turns out you can actually be quite comfortable, and you donÂ’t have to eat raw liver.

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Every night at 6 o'clock, the horn blew and Ridley [Scott] and I went to dinner. And that's how you make a movie, and we finished the film really early and we saved 2 million bucks. And Leo – we weren’t cold at all. I’m just sayin’. There’s another way to do it.
Matt Damon’s comments were spoken with his tongue planted firmly in his cheek as he was simply having a bit of fun at the expense of his former co-star. Both Leonardo DiCaprio and The Revenant director Alejandro González Iñárritu were in attendance at the awards show and, according to Vanity Fair, both laughed along with Damon at the joke. It’s not the first time they’ve heard it.

The Revenant has become as famous for the experience of making the movie as it has for the quality of the film itself. According to all reports the shoot took much longer and was much more expensive than originally planned. It cost about double what The Martian did, and took about twice as long as well. The shoot was so brutal that the movie was even attacked for unsafe working conditions. While itÂ’s true that all that work did eventually lead to a quality movie, we canÂ’t help but agree a little bit with Matt Damon, itÂ’s not exactly necessary to go to such lengths. Having said that, The Revenant has had a much stronger awards season, so maybe all the hard work did pay off.

WeÂ’ll see who has the last laugh when Matt Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio go up against each other for the Academy Award for Best Actor later this month.

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Article inside DEADPOOL Spoiler-Free Review; "The Merc With The Mouth Finally Gets The Movie He Deserves"

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It's the movie we've been waiting for perhaps longer than any other, but does it deliver? Hit the jump for my verdict on the real big screen debut of Marvel Comics' beloved Merc with the Mouth, Deadpool...

Deadpool has been a long time coming, but with so much anticipation surrounding this long delayed adaptation, it's always been hard to say whether or not the movie would be able to live up to the hype and its A+ marketing campaign. Well, it most definitely does, and thanks to Ryan Reynolds, Tim Miller, Rhett Reese, and Paul Wernick, the Merc With the Mouth finally gets the movie he deserves.

That doesn't mean Deadpool is a perfect comic book adaptation of course. All in all, it delivers a fairly standard superhero origin story which, in fairness, does stick to the source material (making it hard to complain too much about that when so many others movies have gone in a different direction and completely botched their respective superhero's early days). However, the movie also approaches the way it's told in a unique enough way to keep you interested and you'll be split between wanting the movie to switch between Wade and Deadpool as a result. It's just a shame it didn't embrace the comics at least a little more by introducing the colourful members of Wade Wilson's supporting cast. Still, having Deadpool surrounded by a lot of normal looking people does help him stand out, but if we can have Colossus, why not an Ajax who looks the same as his comic book counterpart? That's really a very minor niggle though and didn't have any sort of major impact on my enjoyment of the movie. It just feels like a bit of a missed opportunity, but Deadpool works in the respect that it will keep fans happy while also successfully introducing the character to those who likely haven't heard of him.

That aside, Deadpool as a character has been handled perfectly and Wade Wilson is thankfully a much more likeable protagonist than the often very irritating and obnoxious version from the comics. Things get surprisingly serious and quite sad in places after the mercenary learns he has cancer, but that's no bad thing, especially as there are more than enough gags to make this one of the funniest comic book movies of all-time. Depending on your sense of humour, not every joke will land, but even if you only laugh at half of them, you'll be coming out of the cinema with a massive grin!

In terms of action, Miller does a huge amount with a limited budget and this is just as action-packed and epic as any X-Men or Marvel Studios movie. However, Deadpool being Deadpool, things get very violent in places but never to the point where it becomes overly silly or gratuitous. Don't get me wrong, there are some moments which will really make you cringe, but the director isn't throwing buckets of blood around the place for the hell of it and these fight scenes are definitely among some of the best you'll see this year.

Reynolds is of course perfect as Deadpool and fantastic throughout. I have nothing bad to say about the supporting cast either. Ed Skrein, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, and everyone else who makes an appearance are terrific and, if anything, I just wish we'd seen more of them. Make no mistake about it though, this is Reynolds' film, and seeing more of him in this role is essential (thank God they're making a sequel then). It's packed full of excellent Easter Eggs, hilarious references for the fans, and pretty much everything you could ever want from a Deadpool movie (kudos to the creative team for finally giving us a kick-ass Colossus too).

Wiping away the bad taste X-Men Origins: Wolverine left us with, Deadpool easily overcomes it few minor flaws to deliver a satisfying, hilarious, and action-packed movie which allows Ryan Reynolds to show that he's both a great actor and the perfect person to play this f*cked up superhero. Oh, and BEST. AFTER-CREDITS SCENE. EVER.

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Article inside Review: ‘Zoolander 2’ Starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, PenĂ©lope Cruz & Will Ferrell [C-]

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The bend/break rules of comedic malleability are well established, but do not forget the dictum that schtick barely expands. If cinema has taught us anything, it’s that there's nearly a zero-tolerance policy for the comedy sequel, one of the most difficult nuts to crack. And while comedy follow-ups are something Paramount Pictures have been curiously invested in of late ("Hot Tub Time Machine 2," “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”), “Zoolander 2,” Ben Stiller’s largely tiresome, predictable and belated sequel to his 2001 fashion-world comedy, is not a wise bet.

Mostly uninspired, overcooked, over-plotted, and cobbled together by a string of warmed-over jokes — credited to four writers, no less — “Zoolander 2” at least has the good sense to begin by killing Justin Bieber. But the goodwill earned in assassinating the world’s smuggest pop star is short-lived.



It's revealed that Bieber has been gunned down by a secret cabal that is mysteriously terminating the world’s greatest pop stars. Interpol Fashion Agent Valentina (Penélope Cruz) mistakes Bieber’s final goodbye Instagram selfie (and similar dead poses by Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Lenny Kravitz, and more), as Derek Zoolander’s (Ben Stiller) old “Blue Steel” mien and eventually recruits him to help solve the riddle of who is executing all of the planet’s beautiful people. But we’re getting slightly ahead of ourselves. The movie also features a long-winded and overwrought prologue that explains Zoolander’s absence throughout the '00s. Now a recluse, the former fashion icon has been disgraced, his family torn apart, and his friendship with Hansel (Owen Wilson) come to an end. It’s not until an invitation by fashion icon Alexanya Atoz (Kristen Wiig) that Zoolander is finally drawn back into the limelight — but of course, the rude awakening is that he’s now viewed as an insignificant also-ran.

Ostensibly about trying to recapture one's former glory, but really a movie fumbling around to say something about fatherhood, “Zoolander 2” fails rather badly at both themes. Penned by Stiller, John Hamburg, filmmaker Nicholas Stoller and Justin Theroux (who cameos again as the Evil DJ), “Zoolander 2” is a mess that leans hard on overestimated nostalgia and feels like a strained effort of several overworked drafts.



The fatherhood elements are seemingly crucial but ultimately disposable. Zoolander Jr. (Cyrus Arnold), the son he loses custody of in the mid-aughts, is mostly an afterthought. Jr. is more a sitcom-y plot device to give Derek an “emotional goal” than a living, breathing character, even by dim comedy standards. The movie’s familiar spy-story framework is banal, and its tale of redemption and friendship reclaimed is deeply unremarkable. All that is left are random jokes that often misfire.

Kristen WiigÂ’s terrific Donatella Versace send-up easily steals the show, with her ridiculously unintelligible Italian accent and leathery weathered fashionista face. And Will Ferrell grabs a few laughs as evil designer Jacobim Mugatu, out for revenge against his one-time fashion rival. But even Ferrell, the scene-stealing thief of the first movie, can only ludicrously shriek his way to so many laughs before the weak gags render the rest of his lines woefully flat.



What “Zoolander 2” miscalculates most, and what it did so well originally, is treading the fine line between funny and stupid. Moreover, the rehashed comedy misjudges the tolerance the audience has, 15 years after the fact, for monumentally stupid characters. “Zoolander 2” suffers from the obvious weakness of comedy sequels: We’ve already seen one version of this joke, but Hansel and Derek still behaving like morons gets old extremely fast. In fact, the dim-wittedness of Zoolander himself produces some of its lamest, most embarrassing jokes (Stiller’s character is a recluse, so he calls himself a “Hermit Crab,” har?).

With no compelling story to speak of, “Zoolander 2,” which brims with misplaced confidence, mistakenly assumes it can skate by on the charms of its actors and the audience’s interest in watching these clowns go through the same motions again. And sure, talented actors like Stiller, Wilson, Ferrell, and Wiig can produce maybe 10 minutes worth of amusing chuckles, if we're being generous — but it doesn’t take a mathematician to understand this hardly adds up to a satisfying comedy.



Perhaps what’s saddest about “Zoolander 2” is how dated and irrelevant it often feels, never bothering to contemporize its characters or update its milieu. Its idea of a clever mic-drop joke is getting Neil DeGrasse Tyson to show up and deliver one of his now-patently-tedious science proclamations, which barely even makes absurd sense in this context. And the pop-culture cameos are relentless to the point of distraction, as if each and every scene needs at least one viable US Weekly-identifiable celebrity as some desperate means of constant self-validation. Katy Perry shows up for no discernible reason, as do three dozen other faces like Kiefer Sutherland, Sting, Olivia Munn, Ariana Grande, and at some point you just don’t bother remembering why Fred Armisen shows up as a CGI-d 11-year-old social-media wunderkind.

Worse, in an era of self-branding, instant gratification and makeshift digital fame, Stiller’s biggest missed opportunity is in failing to say something insightful (or even half-funny) about the social media age. Sure, “Zoolander 2” has a selfie-stick moment, but it’s just a lazy excuse to rehash the “Jittberbug” Wham sequence from the original. The best it can do with hipster culture is Don Atari (Kyle Mooney), an au courant designer who is just too much a caricature of millennial douchebaggery to be humorous.



Seemingly out of touch — though it tacks on A$AP Rocky at the end to rap out the credits because the kids like him, right? — everything, down to the appearance of Bieber and tin-eared transphobic jokes played through a fey Benedict Cumberbatch, feels like the spring collection of pop-culture references from 2013 and not at all of the moment.

“Zoolander 2” is no disaster, but it’s almost worse: a tedious jag that barely works as a disposable and mild if-its-on-cable-TV diversion. And the cruel, deep irony of it all is that while Stiller’s movie plays with notions of obsolescence for its vapid heroes, “Zoolander 2” isn’t even self-aware enough to extend the examination of relevancy to itself.

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Article inside Samuel L. Jackson Eyes Stephen King's 'Revival,' Josh Boone To Direct

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For those of you anticipating the big screen version of "The Stand," you're going to have to wait. Last week, Deadline reported that Warner Bros. option on the film rights has expired, and the project is now back in the hands of CBS Films, who can either go it alone, or find a studio to collaborate with. But director Josh Boone isn't going to wait around, and he's got another Stephen King project brewing.

He'll be writing and directing an adaptation of "Revival," which is currently looking for a studio home. That process might be helped along by Samuel L. Jackson, who EW says is circling the lead role of Charles Jacobs, a preacher who loses faith when his wife and child are killed in a tragic accident. Here's the book synopsis:

In a small New England town, over half a century ago, a shadow falls over a small boy playing with his toy soldiers. Jamie Morton looks up to see a striking man, the new minister. Charles Jacobs, along with his beautiful wife, will transform the local church. The men and boys are all a bit in love with Mrs. Jacobs; the women and girls feel the same about Reverend Jacobs—including Jamie’s mother and beloved sister, Claire. With Jamie, the Reverend shares a deeper bond based on a secret obsession. When tragedy strikes the Jacobs family, this charismatic preacher curses God, mocks all religious belief, and is banished from the shocked town.

Jamie has demons of his own. Wed to his guitar from the age of thirteen, he plays in bands across the country, living the nomadic lifestyle of bar-band rock and roll while fleeing from his family’s horrific loss. In his mid-thirties—addicted to heroin, stranded, desperate—Jamie meets Charles Jacobs again, with profound consequences for both men. Their bond becomes a pact beyond even the Devil’s devising, and Jamie discovers that revival has many meanings.

READ MORE: Stephen King Says Stanely Kubrick's 'The Shining' Is "Like A Big, Beautiful Cadillac With No Engine Inside It"

It won't be Jackson's first time in a King based movie, having previously starred in "1408," and the recently wrapped "Cell." Clearly, he's got a thing for the author's work, so I won't be surprised if he jumps aboard.

Meanwhile, King has weighed in on "The Dark Tower," the mega-project brewing at Sony that will hit both big and small screens. And he's confirmed that the last two actors mentioned for major roles are still the ones everybody involved wants. "I think that it's more likely than not that Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey will be in it," he told Rolling Stone. "But I can't say with any certainty. I know that they're trying to make deals with these actors [and] with Sony, and that's the extent of my knowledge."

That being said, even he is unsure if this iteration of "The Dark Tower" will actually get made. "It looks to me like it’s more likely than not it'll happen at this point,” he said. “Let’s put it that way." Fair enough.

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Video inside Sacha Baron Cohen Goes Undercover In New Red Band Trailer For 'The Brothers Grimsby'

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Sometimes, marketing a movie means getting a bit shameless, and that's what Sony has done with their latest red band spot for "The Brothers Grimsby." In case you didn't know who Sacha Baron Cohen was, this new spot reminds you he's the guy who was Ali G and Borat, before diving into his upcoming comedy. While direct and effective, it maybe doesn't give the audience enough credit... But hey, whatever works.

READ MORE: Watch: Sacha Baron Cohen Is An Empty Headed Hooligan In Trailer For 'The Brothers Grimsby'

As you likely know by now, the comedy co-stars Mark Strong, Rebel Wilson, Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe and Isla Fisher, and follows estranged brothers, who are reunited, but of course they couldn't be more different. One is a soccer loving doofus, and the other is super serious secret spy. What could go wrong? Here's the synopsis:

Nobby has everything a man from the poor English fishing town of Grimsby could want – 9 children and the most attractive girlfriend in northern England (Rebel Wilson). There’s only one thing missing in his life: his little brother, Sebastian. After they were adopted by different families as children, Nobby spent 28 years searching for him. Upon hearing of his location, Nobby sets off to reunite with his brother, unaware that not only is his brother an MI6 agent, but he's just uncovered a plot that puts the world in danger. On the run and wrongfully accused, Sebastian realizes that if he is going to save the world, he will need the help of its biggest idiot.

"The Brothers Grimsby" opens in the U.K. on February 24th and in the U.S. on March 11th. Watch below.


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