Ana de Armas

Get Colorful With the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Character Posters
Get Colorful With the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Character Posters
Here’s a funny thought for you: someone is about to be swayed into seeing Blade Runner 2049 by this new batch of character posters. I’ve written before that Blade Runner 2049 doesn’t really have much left to prove to audiences  —  you’re likely already in or out, and have been for quite some time  —  but that doesn’t apply to everyone. Somewhere, on some website, somebody is going to look at this international poster of Ryan Gosling and think to themselves for the first time, oh, yeah, I think this might actually be a movie I want to see. Job well done, graphic designers.
‘Blade Runner 2’ Adds ‘Knock Knock’ Star Ana de Armas
‘Blade Runner 2’ Adds ‘Knock Knock’ Star Ana de Armas
Knock Knock is a pretty terrible movie that not even Keanu Reeves could redeem — though it wasn’t entirely bad. One of the (very) few good things about Eli Roth’s 2015 thriller is Ana de Armas, the charming Cuban actress who made the film somewhat watchable. Luckily, her next project probably won’t need any help in that department, but it’s definitely a huge step up from her most recent roles.
Keanu Reeves Is a Loose-Cannon Cop Who Doesn’t Play by the Rules in the ‘Exposed’ Trailer
Keanu Reeves Is a Loose-Cannon Cop Who Doesn’t Play by the Rules in the ‘Exposed’ Trailer
For your viewing assistance during the official trailer for the Keanu Reeves-led crime thriller Exposed, ScreenCrush presents the Master Checklist of Cop Movie Clichés! Follow along as you watch the two minute clip and see how many you can identify: -Loose cannon, cop on the edge, nothing to lose -Dead partner -Must comfort bereaved wife, possibly sexually -Willing to break the law to enforce it -