The Tracker, an action thriller headlined by Dolph Lundgren, heads to Blu-ray (including digital), DVD and Digital September 24 via Lionsgate.
The plot centers on Aiden, a man who is bent on revenge after his family were abducted and killed while on vacation. A decade later, new evidence from a detective may shed light on the crime, but after he is murdered Aiden must go solo in uncovering this conspiracy. Using his sniper skills, Aiden has hits sights sets on bloody retribution.
Lundgren was seen last year in Creed II and Aquaman. The Tracker is directed by Giorgio Serafini, who previously worked with Lundgren on the 2013 feature Ambushed.
What is your favorite Dolph Lundgren feature? Was it his work on The Expendablesor maybe even Rocky IV? Feel free to comment below!
Ready or Not centers on Grace (Samara Weaving), a newly married woman who, as part of the family ritual, has to play a game that will hopefully put her in good graces with her new relatives.
Unfortunately, her family is actually out for blood during the game of hide and seek, and Grace must run for her life or else end up six feet under. The picture is directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, part of a filmmaking team known as Radio Silence.
“It was the first time I had played a protagonist in this kind of genre,” said Weaving. “So that was really fun to kind of to explore that and I have a great drama coach who helped me. The directors in Radio Silence – they had no restrictions on what we could do. We could improvise and play.”
Click on the media bar to hear Weaving talk about the comedic elements that power the horror film Ready or Not.
Co-starring Andie MacDowell and Adam Brody, Ready or Not hits theaters August 21.
At first glance, Chuck Lorre’s new series, Bob Hearts Abishola, would seem to be a cute romantic comedy. (The “Hearts” in the show title is a dead giveaway, right?) And Lorre admits that, yes, in some respects, it’s exactly that. But he told us that, once you get beyond the romantic aspects of the series, it’s really about something much deeper and more exciting, and it was that timely theme which made him want to create the show. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chuck Lorre)
Bob Hearts Abishola premieres Monday, September 23 on CBS.
Shia LaBeouf is receiving critical acclaim for his work in The Peanut Butter Falcon, and his upcoming film Honey Boy has also received critical raves.
Based on LaBeouf’s screenplay, the film is inspired by his own life as a movie star and his struggles with his career and family. Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea) is Otis Lort, a young actor whose skyrocketing fame ultimately leads to rehab and a gradual recovery. LaBeouf plays a fictionalized version of his down dad, with FKA twigs making her screen debut as a person who befriends Otis. Noah Jupe plays Lort as a child.
Alma Har’el (Bombay Beach) directs the feature, and it’s safe to assume this personal film should receive its share of attention come awards time. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!
Directed, written by, and starring Casey Affleck, Light Of My Life centers on a bleak future wherein a pandemic has wiped out most of the female population. Rag (Anna Pniowsky) is a young child who pretends to be a boy to ensure her safety, and the only person she trusts in the world is her father (Affleck).
The feature features excellent performances Affleck and Pniowsky, and during our interview she talked about the lessons she learned from working with her co-star.
“How to be realistic,” said Pniowsky. “He has a really unique way of acting and I really like how realistic he is. I really do appreciate that. So I think I do try and take away lessons from his acting and I really did learn a lot from him.”
Click on the media bar to hear Pniowsky talk about the evolution of the Light of my Life screenplay:
Light Of My Life, co-starring Elisabeth Moss, is now playing in theaters and is also available on Digital and On Demand.
Julianne Moore previously worked with husband Bart Freundlich in the films The Myth of Fingerprints and Trust the Man, and now she reteams with the filmmaker on After the Wedding. The feature, which is a remake of the acclaimed Susanne Bier film of the same name, centers on a family (Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup, Abby Quinn) whose lives are inextricably changed when the manager (Michelle Williams) of a Kolkata orphanage enters their life.
For Moore, collaborating with Freundlich was second nature. “I think we communicate very clearly. I’m always very clear about what I want to accomplish in a scene and I felt comfortable communicating that with him. And one of the things that he did that so impressed me in The Myth of Fingerprints, as a first time film director, was how easily he adapted himself to all the different styles of the actors he was working with. There were lots of different in there with a myriad of styles, and he was able to give each and every actor exactly what they needed. And there’s always his real generosity as a filmmaker and gives everybody the space they need to do the work that they’re doing. And that’s remained consistent throughout his career.”
Click on the media bar to hear Moore talk about how she loves going deeper into acting with each and every one of her roles:
After The Wedding is now playing in New York and Los Angeles.