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Video inside Uncle Buck Reboot Promos (ABC)

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Captain America Civil War - The Highest Grossing Movie Of 2016 In North

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Move over, Deadpool! Despite having been our for nearly a month, moviegoers flocked to see Captain America: Civil War this weekend, making it 2016's highest grossing release so far. Will it be topped?

No one expected Deadpool to earn anywhere near what it did back in February, and it becoming 2016's highest grossing movie in North America is something which could have never been predicted. However, the R-Rated movie's haul of $362.7 million has finally been beaten by, what else, a Marvel Studios movie. Captain America: Civil War has made an estimated $19.5 million this Memorial Day weekend to take its total up to a mighty $372.7 million domestically. It's also #1 worldwide.

With $730.7 million overseas, Captain America: Civil War has now earned a total of $1.108 billion. That makes it the fourth highest grossing superhero movie of all-time, and chances are it won't be beaten until Rogue One: A Star Wars Story comes along this December.

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Jeremy Iron Says "Batman V Superman Deserved bad reviews"

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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice may have left theaters, but it is still causing headaches for Warner Bros. The studio has been rethinking its approach to the DC Extended Universe in the wake of the movie’s perceived failure, with Geoff Johns put in charge of the DCEU and producer Charles Roven removed from his involvement with it.

The problems extend to the movie’s stars as well, with Ben Affleck reportedly “humiliated” with Batman V Superman‘s performance. While previously none of the movie’s stars had gone so far as to badmouth it in public, that is no longer the case as one of Affleck’s costars has stepped forward to give his unflattering opinion.

While speaking to Daily Mail (via CBM), Irons discussed Batman V Superman‘s poor performance, and rather than place the blame on superhero movie fatigue or a conspiracy by Disney to tank the movie, Irons placed the blame squarely on the movie itself. He also seemed optimistic that the next movie in the franchise would fix some of the problems of Batman V Superman, although it’s unclear if he was referring to Justice League or the solo Batman movie.

“Deservedly so. I mean it took ÂŁ800 million, so the kicking didn’t matter but it was sort of overstuffed… It was very muddled. I think the next one will be simpler. The script is certainly a lot smaller, it’s more linear.”

Knightmare Batman Jeremy Irons Says Batman V Superman Deserved Bad Reviews

Despite his open disdain for Batman V Superman, Irons is by no means trying to distance himself from the movie or its successors. In fact, he is quite happy to continue with the franchise as long as the paychecks keep coming in:

“I’m tied into The Batman at the minute, which is nice because it’s a bit of income… Not that I need a bit of income but it’s nice to keep ticking over.”

So while his interest in future Batman movies seems to be a mainly financial one, it seems that Irons will continue to be part of the DCEU for the foreseeable future. That said, the next time he shows up on set, he might find himself on the receiving end of a lecture about not biting the hand that feeds him. After all, it seems that enough people involved with Batman V Superman felt disappointed in its performance to warrant Warner Bros’ rethinking its entire approach to the DCEU, but actively contributing to the movie’s negative public image is another matter entirely.

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Video inside Nerve Official Trailer #1 Emma Roberts, Dave Franco

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Video inside Megan Fox Wants To Play Kitana In A Mortal Kombat Movie

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Megan Fox graces the big screen yet again as April O'Neil in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, but that isn't keeping her from looking forward to other possible projects.

In an interview with Cinepop, the actress was asked: "if you could play a superhero in the movies, which one would it be?"

"I've been getting this question a lot and I should think it about it more because I keep drawing a blank. I don't have a specific superhero that I think I should play. I'm sorry I don't have a better answer for you I don't know."

While there wasn't a hero that sprung to mind, there did happen to be a villain.

"I thought of Kitana from Mortal Kombat if they ever make that movie again. I've always loved her fans and the blades, um, but that's the only one I could think of."

James Wan (Fast And Furious 7, Invocation of Evil) is attached to the newest entry in the franchise, simply titled Mortal Kombat. The previous word on the project is that it is a complete reboot, and won't include any of the events of the previous films. In fact, it is being called a departure from the mythology. The film is being written by David Callaham and Oren Uziel.

There hasn't been a new entry since 1997's Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, which brought in $35,927,406 million domestically and $51,376,861 million worldwide. The film was considered a disappointment after the original Mortal Kombat earned an impressive $70,454,098 million domestically, with a worldwide total of $122,195,920 million.

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Article inside The Do-Over Review: Adam Sandler's Awful New Netflix Comedy Will Make You Wish He'd Stop

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When Adam Sandler struck a four-picture deal with Netflix in the fall of 2014, it made a lot of sense. The streaming service is the perfect home for the comedy superstar: Some people make films intended to be seen on the biggest screen possible, while Sandler makes films that play best on your roommate's crusty laptop when you're recovering from a wicked hangover on a Sunday morning.
Netflix, hoping to transform their streaming service into a viable home for first-run movies, was clearly using Sandler as a stab at legitimacy. All the SNL veteran had to do was deliver wet slabs of content — four films that viewers could conk out and binge with the press of a single button, the end credits of one feature bleeding into the opening credits of the next.

Unfortunately, that's not what's happening. On the contrary, Sandler has used the contract as an opportunity to lightly stretch his limits. With last year's "The Ridiculous 6," he tried his hand at a genuine genre picture, making a more racist version of "The Searchers." This time, he's returned with a less funny version of "Michael Clayton."

Directed by Steven Brill (who previously collaborated with his star on the likes "Little Nicky" and "Mr. Deeds"), "The Do-Over" begins with the same basic premise that's become the bedrock of Sandler's brand: A middle-aged, middle-class white guy who's sick of his dead-end life and all of the shrewish (yet slutty!) women that define it is suddenly plunged into a generic fantasy. Usually, that fantasy is of the juvenile variety — fighting video-game villains, receiving a truly universal remote control, fulfilling every teen boy's wish of pretending to be married to Kevin James, etc. — but here, Charlie McMillan (David Spade) is granted a uniquely adult wish.

Introduced at his high school reunion as he watches his trainwreck wife (Natasha Leggero) grind on the dance floor with her ex-husband, Charlie is your garden variety sad-sack. But this will prove to be a fateful night for him, as he's reacquainted with his comparatively suave old friend Max Kessler (Sandler), who you can tell is a cool dude because his name tag says "Maxi-Pad." Jokes. Sandler doesn't waste any time reassuring viewers that he's pretty much just playing the same character he always does — one of the first things Max says to Charlie: "I'm the guy who showed you your first pair of tits!" Points for anyone who guessed that said "tits" were attached to Max's mom.

Anyway, Max may not have the most refined sense of humor, but his heart seems to be in the right place, and he feels for his friend. "Let Maxi-Pad soak up your pain," he says. So Max invites Charlie down to Florida or something, where the two sail on a yacht called "Fish 'N' Chicks" and Max shoots a flare at a boat of pretty girls when they groan at the sight of Charlie's exposed penis. That's the thing about women: The ones that will have sex with you just want your money, and the ones who won't deserve to have fireworks launched at their bodies. This is the movie that people complaining about the female-fronted "Ghostbusters" reboot have been waiting for.

So at this point you're probably thinking: "Okay, but isn't it only a matter of time before Max roofies Charlie, ties him to a motel bed, and explodes the S.S. Fish 'N' Chicks so they can fake their own deaths and get a chance to become the men they've always wanted to be?" It is! Initially, Charlie isn't psyched to be forced into all that, but he can't deny that it works for him, especially once he spies on his sparsely attended funeral and later finds his wife pegging her ex-husband.

Meanwhile, Max finds a safety deposit box key lodged up the butt of one of the two corpses he planted in the boat explosion. Yadda yadda yadda, our heroes are living it up in Puerto Rico where they've come into a ton of money, assumed the names (and piercings) of the dead guys, and moved into a mansion. Will Max and Charlie be able to lie low and safely indulge in three-ways with Luis Guzman, or will the feds figure it out and force them back to their humdrum lives?

If only that were the film's main dramatic question.
It turns out that Butch Ryder and Dr. Ronnie Fishman — Max and Charlie's respective new identities — were involved in some very serious business. During the first half of "The Do-Over," it seems as though Sandler has embraced the fact that Netflix has hired him to take four paid vacations; these movies don't need to cure cancer. And then, halfway through, this movie literally becomes about finding the cure for cancer, metastasizing into a half-assed pharmaceutical thriller that grows more convoluted by the second and eventually snowballs together more story than entire seasons of most Netflix series.

Neither of the film's credited writers (Kevin Barnett and Chris Pappas) have written a Sandler vehicle before, and while that may be evident in the film's curlicue narrative, their script is rife with all of Sandler's usual shtick: Vulgar old people, a weaponized megaton of gay panic, and some more gay panic sprinkled along the top for good measure. If you've ever wanted to see a movie that combined the logic of "The Maltese Falcon" with the humor of a deleted scene from "There's Something About Mary," you've come to the right place. As with most Sandler movies, "The Do-Over" feels like it was shot from a first draft, and the narcotized David Spade voiceover that's used to pave over the plot holes only makes things worse.

Of course, as with most Sandler movies, "The Do-Over" bottoms out when its hero(es) eventually find their inner strength and take control over their lives. Here, that noxious twist of the knife is marked with one of Sandler's most half-assed swerves towards sentimentality, and also a scene in which Spade gets into a knockdown fight with a girl while yelling, "I'm so tired of women lying to me and fu*king me over!" So are we.

"The Do-Over" is atrocious, but it's atrocious in different ways than any of Adam Sandler's previous comedies. Of course, it's also atrocious in many of the same ways that Sandler's comedies always have been, but you have to respect the fact that — more than two decades since "Billy Madison" minted Sandler as a leading man — this restless innovator is still finding new methods of making bad movies. For years, we've been asking Adam Sandler to try harder. We've been making a huge mistake.

Grade: D-

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Video inside Snoop Dogg Asks Fans to Boycott 'Roots': "Let's Create Our Own sh-t Based on Today"

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"They going to just to keep beating that sh*t into our heads about how they did us, huh?" the rapper says.

Snoop Dogg has no plans to watch the Roots remake, and he's telling his fans to also boycott the show.

The rapper sent out his message over social media on Monday.

"I'm sick of this sh*t. How the f— are they going to put Roots on, on Memorial Day?" Snoop said in an Instagram video. "They going to just to keep beating that sh*t into our heads about how they did us, huh?"

The History channel's revival is a four-part, eight-hour series that debuts Monday.

Snoop said he has no interest in new shows and movies — specifically mentioning 12 Years a Slave — that "keep showing the abuse we took hundreds and hundreds of years ago."

"I ain't watching that sh*t, and I advise you motherf-—ers as real n— like myself; f— them television shows," Snoop said. "Let's create our own sh*t based on today, how we live and how we inspire people today. Black is what's real. F— that old sh*t."

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Video inside 'Ghostbusters' Star Melissa McCarthy Responds to Haters: "I Just Hope They Find a Friend"

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The trailer has been dubbed the most disliked ever on YouTube.

Ghostbusters star Melissa McCarthy isn't fazed by the online negativity surrounding the trailer for her upcoming film.

The trailer posted March 3 on YouTube has received more "thumbs-down" votes than any other on the site, with 849,981 "thumbs-down" votes vs. 244,692 "thumbs-up" votes based on 32,874,674 views. As a result, it's been dubbed the most disliked trailer ever.

But McCarthy brushed off the criticism in an interview with The Guardian.

"All those comments — 'You’re ruining my childhood!' I mean, really," she said.

The umbrage taken has been even more pronounced than for the average reboot, and many believe it's because Ghostbusters marks the first major film to get a female-centric redo (plans for others are in the works, from Ocean's Eleven to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen).

Continued McCarthy: "Four women doing any movie on earth will destroy your childhood? I have a visual of those people not having a Ben," she said, referring to her husband and frequent collaborator, Ben Falcone, "not having friends, so they're just sitting there and spewing hate into this fake world of the internet. I just hope they find a friend."

When the second trailer appeared online May 18, fans initially had to find it on Facebook. The studio had switched from YouTube in a deliberate effort to combat the cacophony of negative reaction emanating from a very vocal minority online. With the YouTube trailer, bloggers could embed the player on their sites to congregate negativity on Sony's official YouTube channel.

Gender politics is rearing its ugly head, some observers have said, with even Donald Trump weighing in last year on Instagram: "Now they're making Ghostbusters with only women. What's going on?!"

Still others say the trailer just wasn't very good. "It could've been all men with the same jokes, and it still would have sucked," said Kevin Smith on his podcast.

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Image inside 12 Disney Animated Movies That Should Never Be Remade In Live Action

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Alice Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to DisneyÂ’s highly successful live-action adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, is poised to become another in a long line of Disney live action films to find success at the box office. In a world of remakes and reboots, Disney is not letting itself be left behind.

After the success of live action adaptations based on Disney animated classics like Alice in Wonderland, Maleficent, and The Jungle Book, Disney is showing no sign of slowing its reboot train any time soon. The studio recently released the first trailer for its next live-action adaptation, Beauty and the Beast, prompting some to wonder, when will it end? Disney appears to be slowly making its way through its animated catalogue, but there are some movies that are probably best left untouched. Here are 12 Disney Animated Films that should never be remade in live action.


The Jungle Book proved that Disney could make a successful live action movie even if a majority of the characters are animals, but it’s worth noting that the very human, non-CGI Mowgli is the film’s main protagonist. Without a human performer to ground the film, making a CGI ‘live action’ adaptation is a risk. This is why Disney should think twice before taking on a live action version of The Rescuers, the 1977 animated classic about two mice who help save a kidnapped little girl. Though the film does feature a handful of human characters, the mice are the real stars of the show, making it a tricky live-action adaptation.


Released in 2004, Home on the Range is probably a bit too recent for Disney to be considering producing a live-action remake. Then again, if Marvel can reboot Spider-Man in the span of a few years, anything is possible. Home on the Range, about a group of farm animals who take on bounty hunting to save the family farm, would either be turned into a CGI-filled live action or one of those old-school talking animal movies using real animals and voice-overs. Neither of these sounds very appealing. Moreover, Home on the Range was far from a massive Disney hit, so it lacks the nostalgia factor to really draw in an audience with a live-action reboot.


There’s no question that there would be an audience for a live-action Lady and the Tramp movie. The Disney Animated Classic about two dogs who fall in love and share the most romantic plate of spaghetti in pop culture history is known the world over. That said, just because there is a market for a film doesn’t mean it should be made. Given that the film is so focused on its animal characters that human characters’ faces are never directly seen onscreen, a live action adaptation would either be entirely CGI or use voice-overs and real animals, a technique that has become outdated by CGI. If Disney ever does move forward with a live action Lady and the Tramp, it would need some very serious re-writes, mostly concerning “The Siamese Cat Song,” largely considered one of the more racist scenes in Disney Animation.


The fact that Saturday Night Live made a ridiculously funny (and successful) skit out of the idea that Disney would make a live-action Bambi film should give the studio an idea at how ludicrous an idea it would be to reboot Bambi. It seems impossible to remake Bambi as a live-action film — it’s more likely that it would end up being just a computer-animated reboot. This would be a tough blow to the artistic integrity of Disney animated films as well as the history of Bambi’s stunning visuals. Inspired by the work of artist Tyrus Wong, the animation in Bambi is highly respected in the art world, and should be allowed to keep that mantle.


Fantasia, Disney’s musical opus made up of eight separate scenes, has already inspired a live action film, but it hasn’t been remade in its entirety, and it should stay that way. Disney’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice starring Jay Baruchel and Nicolas Cage (who else?) wasn’t a huge hit at the box office, and it’s not hard to see why. A large part of Fantasia’s charm lies in its adorable animation — there is something inherently watchable about Mickey Mouse dancing around with a bunch of mops that isn’t the same when a gangly, twenty-something does it.

To be fair, Disney is currently adapting a sequence of Fantasia into a live-action film. “Night on Bald Mountain,” the final scene in Fantasia that involves ghost-like creatures and winged devils appearing in the night is being made into a feature film that will no doubt inspire nightmares everywhere. Still, there’s a difference between adapting a spinoff of Fantasia and remaking the entire film in live action. And two Fantasias are more than enough.


In the age of cat videos gone viral, itÂ’s not hard to imagine Disney going forward with a live-action AristoCats movie. After all, the most beloved sequences in The AristoCats involve kittens playing the piano. Then again, thereÂ’s a reason viral videos are usually only about three minutes long. A two hour-long, live-action film about cats who are kidnapped and abandoned by a mean butler doesnÂ’t have the same charm as an hour-long, animated film about cats who like to play jazz music. Plus, the lack of truly memorable songs significantly lowers the appeal for any kind of AristoCats reboot.


When Oliver, a cute orange kitten, gets lost in New York, he does what anyone would do: he joins a group of dogs who steal to survive. Oliver & Company is a sweet Disney movie, but, like Bambi and Lady and the Tramp, it lacks a human character to anchor a live-action reboot. ItÂ’s also a relatively new Disney Animated Movie, which significantly lessens any hype there might be surrounding a potential reboot. Yes, modern CGI could make a live-action Oliver & Company movie passable, but overall, the film is truly just another Disney film better left in the past, regardless of increasingly beautiful and convincing CGI.


The Fox and the Hound, aka one of the most heartbreaking and cruel Disney Animated Classics, is similar to Bambi in that it would likely lose a large part of its emotional resonance in a live-action adaptation. The movie, about a fox and a hound who become friends, only to grow up and discover that one has been trained to hunt the other, is probably best expressed in animation.

Disney has shown no indication that The Fox and the Hound might be in the running to receive its own live-action reboot, though there are certain thematic similarities between The Fox and the Hound and DisneyÂ’s recent hit animated film, Zootopia. Perhaps thatÂ’s as close as fans of The Fox and the Hound will get to a full-fledged remake.


One might argue that the world already has multiple live-action versions of The Lion King, they’re just called Hamlet instead. But unless Rosencrantz and Guildenstern break out into “Hakuna Matata,” it’s not really The Lion King. Everybody loves The Lion King, which makes the idea of a live-action reboot threatening to hardcore fans. Furthermore, just like Lady and the Tramp and Bambi, The Lion King features an exclusively animal cast, making a live action adaptation pretty impossible (CGI upgrade not included). Unless Disney is planning on releasing a high-definition recording of the Broadway musical version of The Lion King, it’s best the studio leaves this tale alone.


The Princess and the Frog is well on its way to becoming a certified Disney classic, and there’s no question that Princess Tiana could lead a live-action film. However, for a majority of the film, the two leads are frogs — not exactly the love story everybody wants to see onscreen, certainly not in live-action, at least. Advancements in CGI technology could make the film somewhat believable in live-action, but overall it would lack the old-school charm of Disney animation that made the film successful in the first place. On another note, it would also be disappointing for a major blockbuster from Disney to star an African American protagonist and then make her a frog for a majority of the film.


Disney is reportedly developing a live-action Winnie the Pooh movie, with writer-director Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip) signed on to write the script. However, the live-action film wouldnÂ’t be the same Winnie the Pooh stories audiences have come to love from Disney. Instead, the movie is rumored to be about a grown-up Christopher Robin who returns to the Hundred Acre Wood. Perhaps it will follow the Alice in Wonderland model of aging its protagonist and creating a mostly CGI world for said protagonist to explore.

ItÂ’s hard to say what audience would be attracted to a live-action Winnie the Pooh, especially given the fact that recent Winnie the Pooh movies from Disney have been very careful to avoid appearing too computer-generated.


A live-action update of Pocahontas could be a success, but it would have to change the entirety of the plot first. Disney’s Pocahontas is arguably one of Disney’s more groundbreaking animated pictures — it stars a Native American protagonist and features an interracial relationship — but it is also arguably one of Disney’s more offensive films. Though not horribly racist, Pocahontas does take more than a few artistic liberties with the actual events that inspired it, including the genocide of Native Americans by white settlers. It’s horribly, historically inaccurate. Unless Disney would be willing to make a more respectful (and researched) film about Native Americans and Pocahontas, this movie is probably better left alone.

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Video inside ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Featurette: How the Incredible New Quicksilver Scene Was Done

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X-Men: Apocalypse took the top spot at the box office this holiday weekend, pulling down just over $65 according to Box Office Mojo, blowing away DisneyÂ’s Alice Through the Looking Glass, which is doing nowhere near the big business of the first film. Critics havenÂ’t been too kind to the X-Men sequel (though I found it to be as entertaining as it was flawed), but plenty of comic book movie fans still venture to the theater to see it for themselves.

Even if some of you fans didnÂ’t like the movie, I think we can all agree that QuicksilverÂ’s scene was the best moment in the entire flick. If you want to see how they pulled it off, which actually features more practical effects and wire work than you might imagine, check out an X-Men Apocalypse Quicksilver featurette after the jump.

HereÂ’s the X-Men: Apocalypse featurette from 20th Century Fox:

Capture at 3,000 frames per second by a special slow-motion camera called The Phantom, this sequence is by far the coolest scene in the movie. IÂ’m not sure itÂ’s quite as good as QuicksilverÂ’s big scene from Days of Future Past, but itÂ’s still incredible.

This featurette only gives a taste of the on-set work that was done to create the sequence, which includes using the slow-motion camera to capture a bunch of real explosions and destruction. Hopefully the home video release has a much more extensive look at how this scene was completed, especially with the small peeks of wire work that Evan Peters can be seen doing.

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Image inside That time Thor was ready to body Iron Man

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During the Civil War Iron Man and other heroes tried to hunt down all their fellow heroes who refused to work underneath the government (including Captain America). Thor wasn't around at the time so Stark decided to create a clone of him and unleashed it against his enemies. When Thor came back, Iron Man went to confront him and convince him to sign up as a government agent.

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Video inside Boo! A Madea Halloween Official Teaser Trailer

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Jeremy Irons was not a fan of Batman V Superman

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It's no secret that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was massacred by critics on release. But what does franchise Oscar-winning star Jeremy Irons had to say about it? When confronted by the fact that his movie got a ruthless kicking by critics, he said, "Deservedly so. I mean it took ÂŁ800 million, so the kicking didnÂ’t matter but it was sort of overstuffedÂ…" He went on to add, "It was very muddled. I think the next one will be simpler. The script is certainly a lot smaller, itÂ’s more linear," offering some hope that the next DCEU film could perhaps be a littler better. As for what's in it for him he frankly said, "IÂ’m tied into The Batman at the minute [the next instalment, Justice League Part One, is due next year], which is nice because itÂ’s a bit of incomeÂ… Not that I need a bit of income but itÂ’s nice to keep ticking over."
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Bryan Cranston is "The Infiltrator"

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In 1986, federal agent Robert Mazur (Bryan Cranston) goes under cover to infiltrate the trafficking network of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. Working with fellow agents Emir Abreu (John Leguizamo) and Kathy Ertz (Diane Kruger), Mazur poses as a slick, money-laundering businessman named Bob Musella. Gaining the confidence of Roberto Alcaino (Benjamin Bratt), Escobar's top lieutenant, Mazur must navigate a vicious criminal underworld where one wrong move could cost him everything.

Release date: July 13, 2016 (USA)
Director: Brad Furman
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Budget: 47.5 million USD
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