Gerard Butler
A Great Scot
A tight script from Mitchell LaFortune turns "Kandahar" into the kind of movie that Tom Clancy would have written in his prime.
Mike Colter will reprise his role from the action thriller starring Gerard Butler.
Finally, a film that answers the question: What if Capt. Sully had landed that flight in the middle of a steroidal 1980s action movie?
"There are reasons that they’ve survived," Butler said of the '90s-inspired action franchise.
Butler's character reassures his charges, "No need to worry, folks, these planes are pretty much indestructible," as a plane careens through the sky.
"The Lost City" reaches #1 on iTunes and Google Play, but top among new releases is another take on the "Taken" trope.
Co-writer/director Joe Carnahan's script neutralizes his macho headliners, allowing the talented, rising actress to shine as a lean, mean one-woman disruptor.
Gerard Butler has the most explosive deal of the Cannes 2021 market so far. Who would've thought?
By eschewing spectacle and focusing on the human scale of a crisis, "Greenland" becomes the rare disaster movie that feels realistic.
With Nolte as his bonkers dad, Gerard Butler's mediocre action franchise and his mediocre American accent find a mediocre conclusion.
Gerard Butler's lifeless submarine thriller is so dull that you'll be praying for a geostorm to show up and blow everyone off the screen.
The actor appeared at the Department of Defense headquarters to chat about his newest film, care of the kind of press event usually reserved for actual government functions.
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