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    Review: 'Deliver Us From Evil' Starring Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez & Olivia Munn

    The opening fifteen to twenty minutes of “Deliver Us From Evil” find co-writer and director Scott Derrickson delivering a pretty clear statement of intent. Within that span of time, soldiers in Iraq stumble across an unspeakable horror, a street weary detective finds a dead baby in a dumpster, and n...

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    Keep The Lights On When You Watch The New Trailer For "Deliver Us From Evil"

    Need a good scare? Well Sony, Jerry Bruckheimer and Scott Derrickson, the director of "Sinister", gladly oblige with this new trailer for "Deliver Us From Evil", a sort of Emily-Rose-On-Steroids, starring Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn.

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    Jerry Bruckheimer Teases Plot Of 'Top Gun 2'

    In development for years and years, and seemingly stalled after the sad passing of Tony Scott in 2012, late last year Paramount revealed "Top Gun 2" was back on at the studio. There's been little in the way of other details about the movie; the only thing we know was that a couple years back, "The T...

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    Bruce Willis, Armie Hammer, Helen Mirren and More to Toast Jerry Bruckheimer at American Cinematheque Gala

    The American Cinematheque has revealed the presenters for its Jerry Bruckheimer tribute, taking place December 12 at the Beverly Hills Hilton. As the 27th recipient of the Cinematheque Award, which functions as a mid-career honor, Bruckheimer will be toasted and lightly roasted by friends and collea...

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    'Beverly Hills Cop' Reboot With Brett Ratner And Eddie Murphy & 'Top Gun 2' Back On At Paramount

    In 1984, the movie gods gave audiences (among lots of other things): "Beverly Hills Cop" and "Terminator." Both became massive franchises, and both sorta fizzled out. But since no property in Hollywood is ever truly buried, both are being revived. Earlier today word arrived that "Terminator"—in addi...

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    Jerry Bruckheimer Will Pull Out the Stops for his American Cinematheque Ball

    The American Cinematheque has announced its 27th gala honoree will be producer Jerry Bruckheimer, who will be guaranteed to pack the Beverly Hilton Hotel with his cronies on December 12.

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    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Part Ways After Almost Two Decades

    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer have opted to not to renew their first-look deal, which will expire next year. The Disney-Bruckheimer relationship goes back to the 1990s, and marks one of the most successful Hollywood partnerships of the last two decades.

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    Disney & Jerry Bruckheimer Will Part Ways In 2014, Producer & Studio Say 'Lone Ranger' Not To Blame

    Few producers in Hollywood have shaped the landscape of mainstream cinema as much as Jerry Bruckheimer, and there have likewise been as rare of a successful partnership as him and Disney. Struck up in 1990 with an exec producer role on “The Ref,” Bruckheimer has delivered a slate of successful franc...

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    Further 'Lone Ranger' Fallout: 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Delayed Beyond Summer of 2015

    When the news broke yesterday that "Ant-Man," Disney and Marvel's adaptation of the superhero second-stringer directed by unproven mainstream quantity Edgar Wright, would move from a relatively pressure-free early November release date to the prime time summer slalom of 2015, we wondered if some oth...

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    Thanks To $190 Million Loss On 'The Lone Ranger,' Disney May Remove Jerry Bruckheimer's Final Cut On 'Pirates 5'

    We can't imagine that the mood around the conference table with Disney execs, star Johnny Depp and producer Jerry Bruckheimer is all that cheery. With the studio revealing this week that they're getting ready to take a $190 million hit on "The Lone Ranger," it seems to have resulted in the stars of ...

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