Taking his niece to a major soccer match at West Ham stadium, former US Army soldier Michael Knox becomes the only man who can stop a group of terrorists from blowing up the stadium and, if they find the person they are after, restarting a brutal civil war in Eastern Europe.
Two new dramas based on true events, Jackie Chan back on the big screen and a Groundhog’s Dayesque horror/comedy are what’s out this Friday the 13th.
Jackie Chan is out for revenge when his daughter is killed in a terrorist attack in London and comes up against a shady government official (Pierce Brosnan) who seems to be working hard to keep the terrorists identities secret in the upcoming action movie The Foreigner.
When he spurns an IT consultant, tech CEO Pierce Brosnan finds himself and his family getting stalked and hacked in the upcoming thriller, I.T.
Comics legend Warren Ellis is behind a new on-going James Bond comic series from Dynamite and the first issue finds Bond seeking revenge for the fallen 008 before being sent to track down the source of a new synthetic drug.
Although it was the slowest weekend of the year, some interesting things still happened as far as box office numbers go, including an all time opening disaster.
August closes out with a political uprising and the cutthroat world of electronic DJing.
Milla Jovovich is on the run from both the US government and an assassin (Pierce Brosnan) after being framed for a terrorist bombing in London in the upcoming action thriller, Survivor.
Owen Wilson has to get his family to safety after the Southeast Asian country he moves them to for work erupts in violence following a political uprising.
Pierce Brosnan makes his welcome return to espionage action in the solid thriller, The November Man, as he takes on his former protege, Luke Bracey, and tries to unravel a conspiracy involving the front runner for the Russian presidency.