Olga Kurylenko

Magnet has released a blood-soaked red band trailer for Neil Marshall’s upcoming war piece Centurion, a film that had our own Brian Salisbury crying out, “good lord, this film is bloody.” So if you like bloody films, it sounds like this one is for you. If you like bloody trailers, we’ve also got your fix as Marshall shows off his cast — including Michael Fassbender and Olga Kurylenko — getting their medieval weapons dirty.

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Over the weekend, I sat down for the 10-hour marathon that is Band of Brothers for an upcoming edition of For Science. And while I’m not here to write about that just yet, I will say that I was once again driven to madness by the superb acting of Damian Lewis.

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Neil Marshall has a lot to answer for after the abysmally apocalyptic let-down of Doomsday. The promise he showed with Dog Soldiers and The Descent appeared not to translate very well to bigger, action-oriented movies outside of the horror genre. Which brings us to the seemingly long in-production film, Centurion.

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So there I was, watching Isla Fisher’s new film Confessions of a Shopaholic and being a little surprised as how likeable she is on screen in a leading role when it occurred to me… I’m probably never going to see her boobs again

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The Reject Report

How big was this Bond? Well, it was only the biggest domestic opening for an 007 movie in history. Quantum of Solace brought in $70 million in 3,451 theaters.

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FSR

Kevin Carr looks at the slate of films in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Quantum of Solace

In his latest adventure, the world’s most famous secret agent chases down those responsible for the death of his love Vesper. What ensues is the most action-packed Bond adventure yet.

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Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko in Quantum of Solace

As those of us on this side of the ‘ole pond sit and wait for the 22nd installment of the James Bond franchise, Quantum of Solace to hit theaters on November 14, our friends and allies on the other side of the world are already seeing it — in force.

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Our European correspondent Loukas checks in with an early review of Quantum of Solace from across the pond, and it looks like it’s just as badass as we’d hoped for.

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Max Payne Photos

Why is no one worried about the quality of Max Payne, the latest in a long line of video game adaptations? Because it looks badass, that’s why.

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James Bond: Quantum of Solace

The final theatrical poster for Quantum of Solace, which features 007, played by Daniel Craig, and his partner in crime Camille, played by Olga Kurylenko, has hit the web.

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Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko in Quantum of Solace

After watching the first full-length trailer for Quantum of Solace, I can understand why Bond appears on the cover of Empire this month with the phrase “The Bloodiest Bond Ever” floating ominously nearby.

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Mark Wahlberg in Max Payne

Max Payne has been hit with an ‘R’ rating by the Motion Picture Association of America, and director John Moore is more than a little irked.

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James Bond: Quantum of Solace

Those of you with tricky internet skills may have seen these elsewhere, but this was my first time seeing them, so I thought that it can’t hurt to share.

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You remember Olga Kurylenko, right? The hot (seemingly always nude) prostitute from Hitman? Guess who she’ll be stripping down for next. Bond, James Bond.

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The movie may be getting rocked by critics, but there are 3-4 minutes of a nude Olga Kurylenko somewhere in the middle to take the sting off the train-wreck of a story.

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It’s not a complicated movie, so this isn’t a complicated game.

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