Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm are amongst the stars in new comedy 'Tag', but how does the film fare with the critics?
Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, LilRel Howery and Jake Johnson are amongst the male cast of 'Tag', whilst the incredibly talented Annabelle Wallis, Isla Fisher, Nora Dunn, Rashida Jones and Leslie Bibb make up the bulk of the female actors on board. All coming together for what's pegged to be one of this year's biggest comedies, they tell the real-life story of a group of friends who, once a year, take some time out of their regular lives to engage in a ferocious game of Tag.
Jeremy Renner stars in new comedy 'Tag'
It sounds ridiculous - and it is - but the real shock comes when you realise this is a movie born out of a reality. There were real people doing this as part of their own annual event!
Continue reading: 'Tag': What Are The Critics Saying About This Year's Latest Comedy?
Jeremy Renner didn't have the best of luck when performing in upcoming comedy film 'Tag'.
Based on a story written in the Wall Street Journal back in 2013 comes new comedy movie 'Tag', starring the likes of Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Isla Fisher, Jon Hamm, Hannibal Buress, Jake Johnson, and Leslie Bibb. Following an incredibly unique narrative of 10 friends who have played the game Tag for over 20 years, the film looks to be a hilarious affair, but it wasn't all laughs for those on set when Renner sustained an incredibly painful injury.
Jeremy Renner had a hard time filming 'Tag'
News broke last year that Renner had fallen victim to an injury while filming 'Avengers: Infinity War', but when it was revealed the actor wasn't even going to be a part of that movie, it turned out he had actually picked up the war wounds when filming 'Tag'. No details were given, but now co-star Hamm has opened up about what went down.
Continue reading: Jon Hamm Reveals Jeremy Renner Broke Both Of His Arms Filming 'Tag'
Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe prepares to come to a climax as ‘The Avengers’ unite with ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy’ to stop the evil Thanos. Directed by The Russo Brothers, ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ hits cinemas this spring.
After the events of ‘Captain America: Civil War’, ‘Infinity War’ sees The Avengers left broken and divided. Some of them even look different, with Captain America (Chris Evans) sporting a beard and the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) with newly blonde hair.
The Avengers face their biggest threat year in ‘Infinity War’
After writing the superb Sicario and Hell or High Water, Taylor Sheridan moves back into the director's chair for this thriller, which mixes a real-life issue with a compelling procedural mystery. It's a gorgeously shot film with especially well-developed characters who bring intensity and emotion to every scene. And they're expertly played by Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen.
It's set on the Wind River native American reservation in Wyoming, a spectacular mountain landscape under a blanket of winter snow. An 18-year-old woman (Kelsey Asbille in flashbacks) has been found murdered in the wilderness, and FBI agent Jane (Olsen) has arrived to investigate. With no experience in this kind of situation, she gets help from local Fish & Wildlife officer Cory (Renner) as well as the reservation sheriff Ben (Graham Greene). But Cory is finding this case very difficult, as the victim was the best friend of his daughter, who was killed two years ago. This gives Cory a special desire to solve the case, no matter where it leads.
Without ever getting flashy, the plot grinds along with a variety of revelations that continually add more detail to the case, characters and, most intriguingly, community. Local customs and practices continually add unexpected wrinkles, all of which guides the very specific journeys Cory and Jane are taking through this situation. So in addition to a pointed comment on the situation of native Americans in US society, the film is also a powerfully introspective drama about two people travelling their own paths through this terrain.
Continue reading: Wind River Review
US Fish and Wildlife Service agent Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) is an expert hunter and tracker living amongst the snowy terrain of Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. He's used to freezing temperatures and animal corpses, but when he discovers the body of a dead girl while out doing his usual tour of the landscape on his snowmobile, he enlists the help of the town's chief of police who brings in an FBI agent named Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen). Unfortunately, she isn't quite the agent they were expecting and, being from Florida, is far from familiar with this kind of weather. But when it becomes clear that they have a homicide on their hands, the three of them band together to uncover the identity of the assailant - or, indeed, assailants.
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The actor says that bringing the hero to the streaming service has never been "an option".
Jeremy Renner has become a household name since becoming an original member of the Avengers team that make up a huge chunk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As Hawkeye, he's gained legions of loyal fans, many of which would like to see him get his own focus in a future Marvel project.
Jeremy Renner says no discussions have taken place
Whilst it's looking increasingly unlikely that he'll ever get his own solo film, and as he's not yet been able to branch out of the 'Avengers' collaborative films into a fellow heroes' solo flick, one of the many rumours floating around were that he would eventually get a TV show.
Continue reading: Jeremy Renner Crushes Possibility Of Hawkeye Netflix Series
Amy Adams seen alone and with Darren Le Gallo at the Film Premiere of Arrival held at the Village Theater in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 7th November 2016
Jeremy Renner at the 23rd Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 24th October 2016
Jeremy Renner at the ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 24th October 2016
Amy Adams posing alone and with co-star Jeremy Renner at the BFI London Film Festival screening of 'Arrival' sponsored by Royal Bank Of Canada. The Odeon Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom - Monday 10th October 2016
Actors including Jeremy Renner attend the premiere for 'Arrival' at the 41st annual Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) held at the Roy Thompson Hall Toronto, Canada -Tuesday 13th September 2016
Louise Banks is a communications expert, she's spent years studying linguists and is considered the go to person if you have any translation difficulties - especially with difficult scripts and ancient texts but never did she expect to be called upon to work on a language like the one her government is about to approach her with.
When a number of UFO's land on earth in different countries, no one knows what to do and what the outcome will be - the most everyone can hope for is a peaceful solution. Colonel Weber briefs Louise and informs her of her mission, she's been tasked with finding a way to translate and communicate the aliens demands - the top priority is to find out why they're on Earth.
Working alongside Louise is mathematician Ian Donnelly, the linguist and mathematician join a small team of military who must travel up inside the spaceship and race against time before a global war breaks out.
Continue: Arrival Trailer
His comments come after Jennifer Lawrence's essay on the pay divide in Hollywood attracted support and praise.
Jennifer Lawrence’s recent essay pointing out the gender pay gap in Hollywood was the latest in a series of incidences this year of celebrities highlighting the issue in a high-profile manner. While it has received a warm reception from almost all of Lawrence’s colleagues, her American Hustle co-star Jeremy Renner has said it is “not my job” to assist female actors in negotiating equal pay deals.
44 year old Renner was asked by Business Insider on Tuesday (October 20th) whether he would play an active role in helping female co-stars in negotiating fair deals, he replied: “That’s not my job… …I don’t know contracts and money and all that sort of stuff.”
Jeremy Renner was asked about Jennifer Lawrence's essay
The Weekend Box Office results for 31st July-2nd August are in and the latest installment of ‘Mission Impossible’ reigns supreme.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation has topped the U.S. Weekend Box Office (31st July-2nd August). The action film, which was released on 31st July, made $56 million in the U.S. and Canada. The film has made over $40 million more than the other newcomer in the office, Vacation, which comes in at number 2 in the Box Office chart.
The latest 'Mission Impossible' movie might do even better than studios predicted, with over $20 million pulled in on just one night.
It looks as though Tom Cruise’s latest action rampage Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is going to exceed the very good commercial performance expected of it this weekend, with the news that the thriller has made a near-record $20.3 million on its opening Friday (July 31st).
Industry insiders who have been able to access pre-release audience surveys predicted that the latest MI instalment would make approximately $40 million over its opening weekend. However, the Friday figure from nearly 4,000 theaters – doubly impressive for one that didn’t debut on a Wednesday, according to Forbes – has revised studio expectations upwards to as high as $52 million.
Cruise as Ethan Hunt in 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation'
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