Lawless Shoots Its Way To iOS This Year With A ’90s Feel

LawlessThe 1995 feature Heat, featuring Robert De Niro as a cool as ice bank robber and Al Pacino as the highly strung flatfoot on his trail, cut a destructive swath through downtown Los Angeles. Shot with the usual verve and testosterone driven moxie that one can expect from a Michael Mann (Collateral, Thief, Miami Vice) directed film, it’s easily the top crime drama (or at least most ambitious) of its decade.

Now the ’90s are coming back iOS style, as Lawless is a free to play app that comes out later this year. Screenshots and a trailer were just released today, and the goal of the arcade shooter is to become public enemy number one. This City of Angels adventure is set in 1997, and at least we know the game doesn’t skimp on bullets. Gang battles, bank robberies, and assassination jobs are all part of this app, and if you want to earn a free in-game weapon, just send your email address to the Lawless’ official website.

Lawless is an intense, skillful game designed as an ode to classic ‘light gun’ shooters and filled with the retro Californian feel of ’90s bank robber movies,’ said Ben Cousins, general manager of the Scattered Entertainment studio and head of DeNa’s European studio wing. “It’s been a great experience collaborating with the talented team (EightPixelsSquare) involved with Dead Space: Extraction to bring a cinematic arcade shooter experience to mobile.”

LawlessFreemium based apps can either hit a home run or absolutely strike out when it drowns its game play with in-app purchases. Hopefully Lawless stands on the side of excellence. Check out the trailer below and tell us what think!!




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Julianne Moore Builds Trust With ‘Carrie’ Co-Star Chloe Grace Moretz

Carrie (MGM/Screen Gems/CR: Michael Gibson)

Julianne Moore stars as religious fanatic Margaret White in Carrie, and her constricting love/hate relationship with her telekinetic powered daughter (Chloe Grace Moretz) leads to its share of violent confrontations.

To effectively shoot these sequences, both actors needed to build a level of trust, especially since screaming obscenities at your colleague can have its share of intense moments. “We spent a lot of time of time messing around, goofing around,” said Moore. “Laughing. Making jokes. I hugged her a lot. I love her. She’s a great girl. She’s incredibly professional and she was very prepared.”

Click on the media bar to hear Moore talk about how working with Carrie co-star Chloe Grace Moretz:


Carrie was #3 last weekend at the box-office, as it made $16.1 million domestically.

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Chris Evans: How Captain America Added to His Arsenal

116Captain America: The Winter Soldier will be the third chapter in Marvel Studios’ cinematic universe Phase 2. After having the stage set by last May’s Iron Man 3 and this November’s Thor: The Dark World (and with a handy assist from Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD on ABC), Winter Soldier finds the stalwart Captain Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) now fully initiated as a SHIELD operative and facing down a menace from his past which threatens the fate of the country; maybe even the world. (because, let’s be honest — it always threatens the world)

Along with some new threads, new allies like the Falcon (played by Runner Runner’s Anthony Mackie), and a new Washington, DC address, it appears Cap will also get some new moves. At a red carpet event for his new film, Evans spoke about the training Cap’s received since helping fight off an alien invasion in Marvel’s The Avengers. (Click the media bar below to hear Chris Evans)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier also stars Scarlett Johansson, Robert Redford, and Samuel L. Jackson, and is scheduled to hit theaters April 4, 2014.

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Jennifer Garner Balances Motherhood With Dallas Buyers Club Shoot

Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features, CR: Anne Marie Fox) Raising kids isn’t easy business no matter who you are. Although Jennifer Garner is that rare actor who has carved out a successful career, being good at what you do doesn’t erase one’s most important responsibilities.

In the upcoming drama Dallas Buyers Club, Garner reteams with Matthew McConaughey (they worked together in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past) as Dr. Eve Saks, a woman who befriends HIV-positive electrician Ron Woodroof. The project, directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, is based on Woodroof’s determined battle with the government to have the right to take whatever medications of his own choosing to battle his condition.

During production of Dallas Buyers Club, Garner was nursing her baby Samuel. To hear Garner talk about the challenges of balancing motherhood and her career, click on the media bar below:




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Nice Guy Sly: Sylvester Stallone’s Philosophy on Accommodating Fans

115Sylvester Stallone has no illusions about who pays the bills.

The tough guy megastar, who headlines the new film Escape Plan opposite fellow muscle-man Arnold Schwarzenegger, spoke to us about about the realities of being a public figure, and the respect he has for fans who are willing to approach their favorite celebs.

“It takes a certain amount of guts to come up and if you tell those people to go away, I mean you’ve scarred them, you’ve burnt them,” the Rocky star said, suggesting he doesn’t want to be one of those people about whom the old adage, “Don’t meet your heroes,” was coined.

But what about the germs, Sly? What about the germs?

“Just sign the thing and move on,” he says.

(Click the media bar below to hear Stallone’s full argument for the fans.)

Escape Plan is in theaters now!

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