Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner to Get All Gussied Up as Legendary Gunslinger Doc Holliday

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by Emma Stefansky May 1, 2017 @ 6:54 PM
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Jeremy Renner has spent most of his time since The Hurt Locker in supporting franchise roles — notably bringing his resting pissedface to the Avengers and recent Mission: Impossible movies. But since an app isn’t enough to base a career off of, he’s about to dive into a pretty coveted role: that of history’s most notorious gunslinger Doc Holliday.

Everyone Can Chill, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye Will Not Appear in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

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by Charles Bramesco March 31, 2017 @ 10:36 AM
Fake news alert! Our precious readers who also scan less reputable publications than good ol’ Screencrush may have noticed an eye-catching item on Showbiz 411 last night. The “exclusive” headline defiantly asserted, “Jeremy Renner NOT in ‘Mission Impossible 6,’ Said to be Too Busy with ‘Avengers’.” The article explained that Renner’s ongoing gig as the Avengers’ resident archery expert Hawkeye would keep him too busy to rejoin Ethan Hunt for what would be a third go-round in the Mission: Impossible franchise. But when word got back to director Peyton Reed, he set the record straight and called this less-than-factual bit of showbiz reporting out for the act of international subterfuge that it truly is.

‘Wind River’ Review: An Intense, Familiar Directorial Debut From the Writer of ‘Sicario’

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by Matt Singer January 22, 2017 @ 11:16 AM
Courtesy of Sundance Institute
If you know Taylor Sheridan’s previous screenplays, the drug cartel thriller Sicario and the heist movie Hell or High Water, then watching Wind River will occasionally feel like déjà vu. Character types, motivations, social commentary, even a couple of scenes (like a law-breaking interrogation in the back of a police car) reappear in a way that goes beyond an auteur returning to themes and ideas he finds particularly interesting. For the work of a first-time director, Wind River feels oddly familiar.

Jeremy Renner Might Skip ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

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by Matthew Monagle November 12, 2016 @ 11:35 AM
Marvel
While there are any number of things to love about this weekend’s theatrical release of Arrival — and we do offer a few of them in our review of the film  —  one thing that doesn’t always find its way into the buzz is the career rehabilitation of Jeremy Renner. Renner has spent so much time the past few years playing interchangeable action figures that we almost forgot his talent as an actor. It’s been a long time since he’s been this likable.

‘Arrival’ Review: Amy Adams Takes an Emotional Sci-Fi Journey

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by Matt Singer November 11, 2016 @ 8:01 AM
Sony
The 50th anniversary of Star Trek this week really put in perspective just how long we’ve been living with the concept of extraterrestrial. In 2016, there’s something downright familiar about aliens, maybe because in most situations our conception of them remains rooted in our conception of ourselves: They look like us with pointy ears or a ribbed nose, or they don’t look like us, but they behave like us, with motivations and actions that are easily recognizable and understandable. One of Arrival’s greatest achievements is the way it makes alien seem alien again: Strange and inhuman and beyond the limits of our comprehension. It readjusts our thinking about what life on other worlds might be like. And in doing so, it also readjusts our thinking about what life on our world can be like.

Amy Adams Speaks Alien in Final Trailer for ‘Arrival’

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by Charles Bramesco October 20, 2016 @ 11:06 AM
With all the recent hubbub surrounding Birth of a Nation, the mounting Oscar chances for late-year prestige pictures, and a handful of possible blockbusters left on the schedule, 2016's film conversation has shifted away from a project that ought to be far higher up on everyone's watchlist.

Amy Adams Makes Alien Contact in the Full Trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Arrival’

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by Erin Whitney August 16, 2016 @ 10:16 AM
Paramount
If an alien species were to visit Earth with mysterious intentions, it just makes sense that we’d send Amy Adams to represent humankind. She’s empathetic, she’s approachable, she’s understanding, and she’s the total antithesis of the hostile and aggressive types we see facing off aliens in most sci-fi movies. (At least this is how I like to picture Amy Adams.)

The First Teaser for Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Arrival’ Has Arrived

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by Erin Whitney August 9, 2016 @ 11:10 AM
Paramount
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwqSi_ToNPs
The first photos from Denis Villeneuve‘s latest film Arrival debuted earlier this week, and they revealed a big oval shaped object behind Amy Adams. This is a movie about aliens so could it be a spaceship...

First Look at Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner in Denis Villeneuve’s Sci-Fi Drama ‘Arrival’

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by Britt Hayes August 8, 2016 @ 11:35 AM
Paramount
We don’t know a whole lot about Arrival, but what we do know is enough to make it one of our most anticipated films of the year: The new sci-fi drama (previously titled Story of Your Life) comes from Sicario and Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve and stars Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner, and while we anxiously await an official trailer, the first photos have, well, arrived.

Jeremy Renner Really Wanted Hawkeye to Die in ‘The Avengers’

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by Britt Hayes August 1, 2016 @ 12:44 PM
Marvel
The general consensus among most Marvel fans is that Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is the worst part of the first Avengers movie. It’s not that Renner is particularly bad in the role, per se — he just doesn’t have anything to do, and you needn’t look any further than Hawkeye’s great arc in Age of Ultron for proof of how terribly underutilized he was in that first Avengers outing. As it turns out, Renner himself is painfully aware of this fact — so much so that he went to great lengths to try and get Hawkeye killed off in The Avengers.