In the upcoming R-rated college comedy, Andrew Batchelor stars as Del, a young man who pledges to a college fraternity in an attempt to recover a stash of stolen money that has been hidden in the frat house.
The movie also stars Method Man, Mike Epps and Terry Crews, and will be released to select theatres on October 22, 2017.
Where’s the Money will also be available on DVD and Digital HD on October 24, 2017.
Actor Dylan O’Brien‘s new movie American Assassin will hit theatres in just a few days (Sept. 15), in which he takes on the role of Mitch Rapp from Vince Flynn‘s popular Mitch Rapp book series in an action-packed movie about a CIA black ops recruit who investigates a wave of attacks on military and civilian targets.
In a new featurette for the film, Dylan and some of the American Assassin cast and crew discuss the making of the film, with producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura explaining: “Vince [Flynn] wrote American Assassin as the prequel to all the books. We thought that was a great way to try and really grow somebody into the role of Mitch Rapp.”
“There was a long push and pull on our own minds of what is the right version of a young Mitch,” Di Bonaventura said.
“It was important for me to cast someone who felt like your typical American kid but [who] you’d believe that he can kick ass,” said director Michael Cuestra.
As for how Dylan felt about taking on this role, he said: “It was really important to me to try and get the origin story of this character right. He’s fierce and feral and filled with untapped vengeance – those things that make a perfect assassin.”
To help Dylan capture his character, the actor also worked with people like a military advisor and fight trainer to capture the essence of Mitch Rapp.
Check out the full feature below! American Assassin hits theatres on September 15.
Check out the new trailer for Josh Hutcherson‘s upcoming movie Tragedy Girls!
In the comedy horror:
Best friends Sadie and McKayla are on a mission to boost their social media fandom as amateur crime reporters hot on the trail of a deranged local serial killer. After they manage to capture the killer and secretly hold him hostage, they realize the best way to get scoops on future victims would be to, you know, murder people themselves. As the @TragedyGirls become an overnight sensation and panic grips their small town, can their friendship survive the strain of national stardom? Will they get caught? Will their accounts get verified?
The movie also stars Brianna Hildebrand, Alexandra Shipp, Jack Quaid, Craig Robinson and Kevin Durand.
Actress Emma Stone made an appearance in Toronto, Canada on Sunday (Sept. 10), where she premiered her new film Battle of the Sexes during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Emma was joined by some of her co-stars at the premiere, including Steve Carell, Sarah Silverman, Natalie Morales, Alan Cumming and Austin Stowell, and the actress was also joined by special guest Billie Jean King, whom Emma portrays in the film.
Battle of the Sexes focuses on the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King (Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), which came to be called The Battle of the Sexes, and was one of the most-watched televised sporting events of all time. The film also explores gender equality and the feminist movement, as King’s husband urged her to fight for equal pay while King struggled to come to terms with her sexuality.
Battle of the Sexes will hit theatres on Sept. 22!
Kingsman: The Golden Circle actor Taron Egerton has signed on to star in a new drama/thriller film, A Private War, alongside Rosamund Pike.
According to Deadline, Rosamund will play famous war journalist Marie Colvin in the Matthew Heineman-directed film, which will take place at:
“…the front lines of the most dangerous battlefields in the world, the place Colvin often found herself as she became the most celebrated war correspondent of her era.She was known as a woman as comfortable downing Martinis with the posh elite of high-society as she was staring down warlords and fleeing from gunfire. Driven by an enduring desire to bear witness and give voice to the voiceless, Colvin’s conflict zone coverage included Chechnya, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, where she lost her left eye in 2001. Colvin, who wore a distinctive eye patch after that, died in early 2012 during a rocket attack covering the civil war in Syria for the U.K.’s Sunday Times.”
Taron will play a journalist with a military background that follows Colvin around war zones.
Production for the film is set to begin in November.
You can catch Taron in Kingsman: The Golden Circle when it hits theatres on September 22.
Actors Maisie Williams, Elle Fanning, Douglas Booth and Bel Powley were spotted walking the red carpet in Toronto, Canada on Saturday (Sept. 9), as they attended the premiere of their new movie Mary Shelley at Roy Thompson Hall.
Mary Shelley is a British period biopic about the famous Frankenstein author (played by Elle Fanning).
“After filming this movie I felt older, like . . . I felt wiser, like I’d learned something,” Elle told the Toronto Star at the premiere about taking on the role of a young Mary Shelley.
“I do feel after filming, I started a new chapter in my life, of knowing what it is to be a woman, maybe, realizing that gift,” she added. “Mary Shelley kind of gave me that gift of maturity.”
Actor Shia LaBeouf was spotted in Toronto on Thursday (Sept. 7), as he promoted his new movie Borg/McEnroe at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Shia first appeared alongside co-stars Stellan Skarsgard and Sverrir Gudnason for a press conference at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, where they chatted about their new sports film before attending a screening of the movie later on in the evening.
Borg/McEnroe is a sports biopic that focuses on the famous rivalry between tennis players John McEnroe (Shia) and Björn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) at the 1980 Wimbledon Championships.
“I think McEnroe was a tactician, he added something different to the game,” Shia said about his character during the press conference. “He used rage as a tactic to throw people off, he manufactured his intensity to hype himself up. In that way he was an artist, it was very thought-through. [Playing McEnroe] was quite cathartic.”
After suffering some major injuries during a traumatic accident on the set of The Maze Runner‘s final installment, The Death Cure, actor Dylan O’Brien is back on the big-screen with his new movie American Assassin.
“I had a severe concussion and brain trauma,” Dylan told the San Fransisco Chronicle about his accident. “I basically broke this whole side of my face,” he said about the right side of his face.
“I had to have facial reconstructive surgery. Got plates in there now. I thought that was just it, that my face was never gonna look the same again,” he said.
“I now look at the experience as having gotten away really luckily. A, just walking away from it. And B, getting this great doctor who took care of me and really fixed me up.”
As for using his accident in his new role as a CIA blackops recruit in American Assassin, Dylan said: “That strength comes, in a way, from having survived these traumatic incidents. Obviously, it’s not every one of those guys, but I felt really connected to that.”
Dylan also revealed that he was terrified to take on the demanding role after his accident, saying: “Inside, you’re wanting to run away — you don’t want to do it, you know?”
“It ended up being one of the best experiences of my life. I’m really glad I was able to finish it. I thought I felt relief after ‘Assassin’; this was the ultimate kind of weightless. … It had been over a year at that point since the accident, and I felt more free and like myself once I accomplished that than I had the whole year.”
Meanwhile, Dylan was spotted doing press work for the movie in New York City on Wednesday (Sept. 6), where he joined his co-star Taylor Kitsch and Director Michael Cuesta at a screening of the film after chatting about the new picture during an AOL Build segment (watch their interview below!).
You can catch American Assassins in theatres when it opens on Friday, Sept. 15.
Wind River follows an FBI agent (Elizabeth) who teams up with a local game tracker (Jeremy Renner) to investigate the murderer of a teenage Native American girl on Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation.
Check out a clip from the film below:
Wind River is expected to be released in theatres on Aug. 11, 2017.