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Eric Bana

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  • 'Lone Survivor' ambushes 'Frozen' to top weekend box office

    Universal Pictures' Afghanistan war drama "Lone Survivor" stormed movie theaters over the weekend, while "The Legend of Hercules" debuted to less-than-legendary results. "Lone Survivor," based on Marcus Luttrell's bestselling first-hand account of an...
  • Review: Peter Berg's fierce 'Lone Survivor' captures realities of war

    Review: Peter Berg's fierce 'Lone Survivor' captures realities of war
    In "Lone Survivor," filmmaker Peter Berg has finally found the right war to fight and the right cast to fight it. Based on Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell's memoir of a failed military operation in Afghanistan, the action is led by Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch,...
  • Jerry Bruckheimer Roasted at American Cinematheque

    The American Cinematheque gala invariably turns into a roast of the honoree and Thursday's ceremony gently ribbed producer Jerry Bruckheimer at the Beverly Hilton. There was a lot of talk of seeing Bruckheimer naked from those who played hockey with...
  • Film Review: 'Lone Survivor'

    Leaving the summer-movie frivolity of "Battleship" behind him, writer-director Peter Berg delivers his most serious-minded work to date with "Lone Survivor," a scorching, often unbearably brutal account of a June 2005 military mission that claimed the...
  • AFM: Sam Worthington, Anthony LaPaglia Flying in 'Paper Planes' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Shooting has started on Robert Connolly's family film "Paper Planes," starring Sam Worthington and Anthony LaPaglia, in Perth, Western Australia and Tokyo. Arclight Films is selling the film at the American Film Market. Gary Hamilton, managing...
  • 'About Time' and the Pleasures of the Time-Travel Romance

    "About Time," Richard Curtis' third and final film as a director, is -- wait a second. Today's theme being time travel, let's suspend that thought and return to the not-terribly-distant past -- specifically, to the fall of 1980, when Universal (the...
  • End of an Era: Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Part Ways

    The Walt Disney Studios and Jerry Bruckheimer have decided not to renew their first-look deal when it expires next year, ending a relationship that's been one of Hollywood's more successful partnerships since the 1990s. The studio said it will continue...
  • Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer to end longtime partnership

    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer to end longtime partnership
    The spectacular 22-year partnership of Walt Disney Co. and producer Jerry Bruckheimer will come to an end next year, signaling the Burbank company's changing priorities and how the shifting sands of the movie business are affecting A-list producers. The...
  • With FilmDistrict's DNA, Will Focus Get a Commercial Makeover?

    As Focus Features absorbs both the indie distrib FilmDistrict and its founder Peter Schlessel by January, Focus will be able to move into making the kind of movies that FilmDistrict has become known for: titles with clear commercial appeal that...
  • Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2012: Here are 27 reasons to love it

    Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2012: Here are 27 reasons to love it
    Last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival opened with a gamble: a little-known French film with no box-office stars that was not only shot in black-and-white, but came with another layer of anachronistic provocation. It was a silent...
  • Hulk rumors: Mark Ruffalo says no standalone Hulk film — for now

     
    Mark Ruffalo has been addressing rumors — and the clamoring of Hulk fans — about the possibility of a standalone ......
  • Someone's watching in 'Closed Circuit' ★★★

    Someone's watching in 'Closed Circuit' ★★★
    "Closed Circuit," starring Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall as a pair of sleek English defense attorneys who make those Old Bailey wigs look positively haute, opens with security-camera screens, first four, then eight, then 12, then 15, dispassionately...