Jaume Collet-Serra

‘The Commuter’ Trailer: Liam Neeson’s on a Hell of a Train Ride
‘The Commuter’ Trailer: Liam Neeson’s on a Hell of a Train Ride
Before Liam Neeson completely retires from the Liam Neeson action thriller genre, he has two films on tap: Hard Powder (in which he plays a snowplow driver who goes up against drug dealers, as only Liam Neeson could), and The Commuter, which reunites the actor with Non-Stop and Run All Night director Jaume Collet-Serra. On the heels of Neeson’s retirement announcement comes the first trailer for the latter, which basically seems like Non-Stop, but this time it’s on a train and Vera Farmiga is apparently playing the evil twin of her character from The Departed.
Jaume Collet-Serra to Direct Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Jungle Cruise’
Jaume Collet-Serra to Direct Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Jungle Cruise’
Just last month it seemed as though Jaume Collet-Serra would be joining Warner Bros.’ efforts to course-correct the DCEU following reports that the director behind Liam Neeson’s leather-clad action-dad flicks was in talks to helm Suicide Squad 2. But it looks like the sequel to David Ayer’s underwhelming DC villain ensemble is back on the market, as Collet-Serra has jumped ship in favor of taking a Jungle Cruise with Dwayne Johnson.
Jaume Collet-Serra, ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Scribe Team for ‘Waco’
Jaume Collet-Serra, ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Scribe Team for ‘Waco’
Jaume Collet-Sera makes some damn enjoyable thrillers, from his directorial debut (the totally wackadoo horror flick Orphan) to his action collaborations with Liam Neeson and last year’s awesome shark movie The Shallows, the director has consistently delivered films that are entertaining and look great — though none have dealt in particularly serious subject matter. That’s about to change with Waco, an upcoming film from Zero Dark Thirty scribe Mark Boal that centers on the famous 1993 standoff in Texas between the FBI and David Koresh’s Brand Davidians.
‘The Shallows’ Review: You Messed With the Wrong Blake Lively, Shark
‘The Shallows’ Review: You Messed With the Wrong Blake Lively, Shark
Against a dark and cloudy sky, a girl races towards the ocean. A drunk young man follows close behind. “Where are we going?” he groans. “Swimming!” she replies. The drunk boy stumbles and falls; only the girl makes it to the water, which shimmers in the moonlight like a sea of liquid jewels. She dives in. All is calm and perfect. The girl will never return to dry land.

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