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Joseph Gordon-Levitt To Play Edward Snowden In Biopic

Back in September Oliver Stone pretty much confirmed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would be signing on to play the lead in his film about US whistle-blower Edward Snowden, but at the time, negotiations hadn’t been finalized. Now the news is confirmed as official, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will play the expatriate in a biopic based off author Luke Harding’s The Snowden Files: The Inside...
Via BlackSportsOnline
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Signs On To Play Eric Snowden In Oliver Stone Biopic

It’s official, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will play US whistle-blower Eric Snowden in an upcoming biopic directed by Oliver Stone. Rumors of this casting have swirled since September after Gordon-Levitt agreed to play the part before negotiations could begin; now Open Road Films has made the announcement official. Production is set to begin in January and will be based off the book by...
Via Geeks and Cleats
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Metropolitans Dissing UN With New Team Logo?

Before (L) and After (R)Talk about your conspiracy theories! This one should be featured on that favorite overnight talk show of the 'tin-foil-hat' crowd, "Coast-To-Coast AM". Somebody with a lot of time on their hands noticed recently that a "new" Mets skyline logo had transformed the silhouette of the UN building into the Citigroup Center building. Holy...
Via FenwayNation
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback does a fantastic Willie Beamen impression

When you think about the best football movies ever made very few people would include Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday. It’s been a polarizing film since it came out in 1999, but for my money I think it’s underrated. One of the more memorable scenes is when Jamie Foxx, playing third string quarterback Willie Beamen checks in to play his first game and promptly throws up all...
Via cover32 - Bengals
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Roger Ebert’s reviews of notable sports movies

Roger Ebert died Thursday at the age of 70. Ebert was not only one of the greatest film critics of our time, but also a fantastic writer. The man won a Pulitzer Prize and entertained us with his great movie reviews both in writing and on TV. As I have gotten more and more into movies over time, I started comparing my reviews of a movie to those of the critics. More often than not...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 04, 2013  |  1 Comment
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