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Suicide Squad Finally Finds A Frontrunner For Rick Flag

For the past several weeks, Suicide Squad has been rushing to find someone to replace Tom Hardy as Rick Flag Jr. Now they might have finally found the person to play the Squad’s no-nonsense leader.

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Joel Kinnaman Tells Us Why This RoboCop Needed To Be PG-13

The new remake from Brazilian director José Padilha is rated PG-13, cutting down on the extremely graphic content that was so crucial to the first film. It was a controversial choice made by the filmmaker, but one that star Joel Kinnaman wholeheartedly defended when I had the chance to speak with him a couple weeks back at a RoboCop press event held in Los Angeles.

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Joel Kinnaman May Join Tom Hardy And Noomi Rapace In Child 44

It would seem that director Daniel Espinosa sees Joel Kinnaman as a kind of good luck charm. After all, their first collaboration, Snabba Cash, is what earned both of them international recognition and launched both of their careers in America.

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RoboCop Star Joel Kinnaman Joins Liam Neeson For Crime Thriller All Nighter

For All Nighter, Kinnaman will play a chauffeur who witnesses a murder and soon becomes the target of a crime boss. As his father, Neeson will play an aging hitman whose former boss is the one going after his son, and Neeson must fight to protect the son and his family. You’d have thought after the Taken films that people would get it into their heads that you can’t mess with Liam Neeson’s fictional families

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Benedict Cumberbatch And Joel Kinnaman To Star In The Julian Assange Biopic?

When it comes to casting biopics you can either go for similarities in appearance or you can go for acting talent so good that it would negate any aesthetic difference. If the following story is true than Bill Condon's upcoming movie about Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has magically found an actor who has both.

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Robocop Sales Poster Confirms New Costume Design

When photos emerged the other day from the Toronto set of Sony's RoboCop remake, a lot of fans were disappointed to see the all-black, somewhat generic look of Joel Kinnaman's costume. It was an update form the 1987 original, sure, but also way too similar to typical superhero costumes

Robocop Cast May Include Edward Norton, Rebecca Hall, Gael Garcia Bernal & Sean Penn

Will any of these people actually wind up in the cast? There's really no telling, since even if The Tracking Board has their story right, all of these actors seem so tentatively connected that anything could change. Penn, especially, tends to be incredibly picky in choosing his roles

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Joel Kimmaman Says The New RoboCop Will Have A Face

Peter Weller had a pretty remarkable death scene in the beginning of RoboCop, but the truth is that for most of that movie he is pretty faceless. His cyborg helmet had the Batman effect of covering everything but his lower jaw, which, let's be honest, isn't even recognizable on your own best friends. It's not a bad thing, but apparently it is something that's going to change for the remake that is in the works over at MGM.

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Joel Kinnaman Confirmed As Robocop Star

Remember a few weeks ago when we told you that The Killing and Snabba Cash star was being considered for the title role in MGM's Robocop movie? OK, now repeat that news to yourself, and make it sound a lot more confident

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Is Joel Kinnaman The New Robocop?

Kinnaman, for his part, does seem to have what it takes to become a Pine/Hemsworth-type breakout star. His brief scene in Safe House was a highlight of that muddled film, and while The Killing hasn't turned out as well as most people hoped, nobody seems to be blaming him for it

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Warner Bros. Moves  Jack The Giant Killer To 2013, Erases Arthur & Lancelot From Release Schedule

Arthur & Lancelot would mark a curious change from Dobkin's recent work, the willfully crude R-rated comedies Wedding Crashers and The Change-up. Yet as Warner Bros. wants this re-imagining of the Camelot tale to be a whimsical adventure in the vein of the PG-13 Sherlock Holmes franchise, it seems Dobkin need just tap into the earlier inspirations that helped him helm the family-friendly action-comedy Shanghai Knights.

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Warner Bros. Puts The Brakes On Arthur & Lancelot

Unfortunately, with declining box office numbers in general and without a proven star in either of the lead roles, Warners is understandably hesitant to let Arthur & Lancelot's budget spiral too high. According to Deadline, that budget started out around $90 million and had already swollen to possibly as high as $130 million.

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The Killing Star Joel Kinnaman Wins Lancelot Role In David Dobkin's King Arthur Epic

When I talked to David Dobkin back in August, we discussed his upcoming project, a drama based on the King Arthur legend. While the filmmaker has spent most of his career directing comedies, like Wedding Crashers, Fred Claus and this past summer's The Change Up, he said that he "came to Hollywood to make Star Wars." Now it seems he has found his Han Solo.

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The Killing Season Finale Preview: Orpheus Descending

With the show ending this week, we should finally discover just who is responsible for The Killing. When the show premiered, it was undoubtedly one of the best received new programs on TV but, as much as everyone adored the pilot, the show quickly fell out of favor as the series progressed. Can the finale redeem the show?

The Killing Gets A Second Season At AMC

For some time now, I've been arguing that AMC's The Killing is one of best new shows on television and, thankfully, I must not be alone since the ratings proved strong enough to spend another season unearthing murders in Seattle. Yes, with only one episode left in its first, the heavy on atmosphere - light on plot, murder mystery has been granted life for second season.

AMC's The Killing Preview: Episode 12, "Beau Soleil"

A few weeks ago, while previewing the ninth episode ("Undertow"), I commented on my love of the new AMC series, The Killing. Like many others, I was completely blown away by the show's pilot episode and the next few that followed. The atmospheric murder mystery offered something fresh and interesting to the bland landscape of TV police procedurals.

The Killing Preview: Undertow

AMC's The Killing is a great show. It's slow and dark and depressing and... I'm not selling this very well am I? If you're watching the show you know what I mean and that these are all great things. The Vancouver shot, Seattle set show uses it's locations better than almost any other show on television. The city is just another character being investigated. Here's a look at Sunday's Episode 9, Undertow, and the murky waters only get murkier.

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