August 04, 2016-Author: Mouza-No Comments

After working with Kathryn Bigelow on Best Picture winner The Hurt Locker, Anthony Mackie is set to reteam with the director for her untitled movie about the 1967 Detroit riots, Mashablehas confirmed.

Fresh off Star Wars: The Force Awakens, John Boyega will lead the ensemble, which also includes Jack Reynor (Sing Street), Will Poulter (The Revenant), Ben O’Toole (Hacksaw Ridge) and Hannah Murray (Game of Thrones). 

Bigelow is directing from a script by her frequent collaborator Mark Boal. The duo are also producing the film with Megan Ellison of financier Annapurna Pictures, as well as Matthew Budman and Colin Wilson. Greg Shapiro will executive produce. 

Set against the backdrop of the Detroit riots in the summer of 1967, the film is said to be a fascinating exploration of race relations in the city. Mackie is expected to play a Vietnam veteran.

Bigelow’s film doesn’t have distribution yet, but she’s aiming to have the film out next year in time for the 50th anniversary of the riots. [Source]

July 04, 2016-Author: Mouza-No Comments

Anthony’s movie ‘Triple 9‘ have been released on Blu-ray & DVD earlier last month. You can buy it on Amazon, iTunes or your preferred outlet.

Meanwhile, I’ve updated the gallery with additional stills, posters, screencaptures and a small treat for you guys, I’ve got my hand on a few outtakes of Anthony’s promotional shoot for the movie, enjoy.

   

2016 – Triple 9Production Stills
2016 – Triple 9Posters
2016 – Triple 9Promotional Pictures (outtakes)
2016 – Triple 9 – Movie Screencaptures
2016 – Triple 9Deleted Scene

May 03, 2016-Author: Mouza-No Comments

As Anthony Mackie this week reprises the role of the winged Falcon in Captain America: Civil War, he’s signed on to star in a movie about the case that made a legal superhero out of Johnnie Cochran. And this one didn’t involve OJ Simpson. Mackie is set to play Cochran in an untitled film about his dogged pursuit of justice in the Signal Hill police brutality case in 1981. The script is by David McMillan, who was among last year’s Fox Writers Intensive finalists and recently was a staff writer on Lucifer.

The film is being backed by The Firm, and Mackie and Jason Spire will produce with Robbie Brenner, The Firm’s president of film whom they first worked with on the Frank E. Flowers-directed Haven. [Source]

April 19, 2016-Author: Mouza-No Comments

The Asian leg of the “Captain America: Civil War” press tour kicked off today with #TeamCap (Anthony, Chris & Sebastian) attending a press conference earlier today that was followed by a premiere, which you can watch a part of thanks to the Russo Brothers streaming it on their facebook page.

Check out some of the photos I could find (huge thanks to my friends Aurélie & Emily for some of them) and some additional posters from around the world.

   

2016 – 19 April – ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Beijing Press Conference
2016 – 19 April – ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Beijing Premiere
Movie Projects – 2016 – Captain America: Civil War – Posters

April 16, 2016-Author: Mouza-No Comments