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End of Watch (movie)

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  • Brad Pitt gets gritty again in 'Fury': 5 lessons from his recent work

    For Brad Pitt aficionados, the initial reaction to the trailer for his upcoming World War II drama "Fury" might have been a flush of familiarity: The actor, after all, memorably played a tough-talking, Nazi-hunting lieutenant in Quentin Tarantino's...
  • 'Fury' director David Ayer's rugged style was a hit with Brad Pitt

    'Fury' director David Ayer's rugged style was a hit with Brad Pitt
    On a cold, rainy morning in November 2013, director David Ayer was dealing with a temperamental star. Actors Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Peņa and Jon Bernthal had all taken their places on the set, a farm in a sleepy town in the...
  • Oscars: 9 Under-the-Radar Performances that Deserve Buzz

    If you believe the awards season chatter, the Oscar race is practically over--even if it's only just beginning. There's already been a lot of talk about the frontrunners this year (from "The Imitation Game's" Benedict Cumberbatch to "Wild's" Reese...
  • 'Nightcrawler': Jake Gyllenhaal keeps up his gonzo streak

    'Nightcrawler': Jake Gyllenhaal keeps up his gonzo streak
    Jake Gyllenhaal's character in "Nightcrawler" is no swashbuckling action hero, nor is he a swoon-inducing hunk. He's a sallow, sunken-eyed scavenger, a nocturnal crime-scene paparazzo with an eerie sense of determination and a busted moral compass. He...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal digs deep for gritty 'Nightcrawler' role

    Jake Gyllenhaal digs deep for gritty 'Nightcrawler' role
    In "Nightcrawler," Jake Gyllenhaal plays a man whose drive for success leads him to do despicable things. As Louis Bloom — a freelancer who sells graphic video footage of crimes and accidents to local news stations — he drives recklessly...
  • Box Office: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Opens to $8.8 Million, Shooting for $25 Million

    Brad Pitt's World War II drama "Fury" is ruling the battlefield. "Fury" opened to No. 1 at the U.S. box office on Friday -- ahead of two-time champ "Gone Girl" and newcomer "The Book of Life" -- with $8.8 million. This includes $1.2 million from Thursday...
  • Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Rolling to $25 Million Opening Weekend

    The "'Fury' Tanks" headlines have been put on ice. Brad Pitt's World War II drama "Fury" will lead the U.S. box office without dominating with early projections portending an opening of as high as $25 million. Sony's tank tale, also starring Shia...
  • Box Office: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Rolls with $1.2 Million Thursday Night

    Brad Pitt's tank tale "Fury" has started rolling with $1.2 million at late night shows Thursday at 2,489 locations in the U.S. for Sony. That's well above the late night Thursday figures for recent adult-skewing movies such as "Captain Phillips," which...
  • Film Review: 'Fury'

    Some feats are unforgettable: We remember the Alamo, along with the 300 Spartans who died at Thermopylae. But a five-man American tank crew (actually, four men and a baby, to be more accurate) overwhelmed by a platoon of German soldiers? Not only did...
  • 'Skyfall' reclaims No. 1 as Gerard Butler suffers another flop

    'Skyfall' reclaims No. 1 as Gerard Butler suffers another flop
    Hollywood may be giving Gerard Butler a red card after his soccer film's dismal performance at the box office this weekend. The actor suffered yet another flop with "Playing for Keeps," his romantic comedy that debuted with only $6 million, according to...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena on bro patrol in 'End of Watch'

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena on bro patrol in 'End of Watch'
    If "End of Watch" had been just "another predictable cop movie," Jake Gyllenhaal says, he would not have done it. "I chose this because it had heart," Gyllenhaal said. He and Chicago native Michael Pena star as two LAPD police officers that spend half...