[video] Killer Elite – Movie Trailer (Robert Deniro, Jason Statham, Clive Owen)

Definitely wanna see this.


Based on a true story, Killer Elite races across the globe from Australia to Paris, London and the Middle East in the action-packed account of an ex-special ops agent (Jason Statham) who is lured out of retirement to rescue his mentor (Robert De Niro). To make the rescue, he must complete a near-impossible mission of killing three tough-as-nails assassins with a cunning leader (Clive Owen).

[video] New Righteous Kill Movie Poster w/New Trailer


In the meeting of two colossal pairings, Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol of SA Studios were chosen to help create the movie poster for Overture Films’ upcoming motion picture Righteous Kill starting Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. Also within the creative mix is leading art brand Upper Playground, as this poster represents the debut of an ongoing partnership between UP, SA Studios and Overture Films. This August, SA Studios will open up the SA Studios x Righteous Kill Downtown LA Experience featuring movie merchandise and signed lithographs by Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol. The movie Righteous Kill opens up September 12th, 2008.

Al Pachino & Rob Deniro Star in Sucky Movies for The Dough..

Robert De Niro, left, and Al Pacino re-team this year in \"Righteous Kill.\"  Ken Regan / Overture Films
Source: La Times

In a scathing editorial, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Patrick Goldstein, claims that shoddy movie work by Al Pachino and Robert Deniro is all about them chasing big pay days. With a upcoming movie together called Righteous Kill a flop of any kind would just drive his point home even more. Pretty good read.

Pacino has made a string of bad films lately, including the famously awful “Gigli,” “The Recruit” and “Two for the Money,” where he hams it up as an unscrupulous football oddsmaker. If anyone has made more movies for the money than Pacino, it would be De Niro, who has largely abandoned serious dramatic work for a spate of forgettable horror and crime thrillers (try sitting through “Hide and Seek” or “Godsend”) and lowbrow comedy high jinks like “Meet the Fockers” and “Analyze That.”

Click here for the full story about the fall of Deniro and Pachino

Trailer for Righteous Kill

American Gangsters! Deniro & Curtis Grace the Cover of Vibe


Robert Mario De Niro Jr. and Curtis James Jackson III. No matter what roles they play, no matter what else either of them do—have families, run businesses, write, direct, and produce—De Niro and Jackson are both gangsters. They’ve both made lives of portraying them—50 in real life, onstage, and onscreen, De Niro mostly onscreen—perfecting the pose and madness and especially the cold souls of men who have street mentalities, who have little to no remorse about living lives infused with violence and crime, murder and mayhem.Jackson, based on his criminal record, his rap records, and the film autobiography, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (in which he played himself), apparently has more tangibles, as an actor, to draw from. But De Niro, who won both his Oscars for playing men who kill at will (young Vito Corleone in Godfather II and Max Cody in Cape Fear) clearly has his mysteries…for the rest of this story CLICK HERE

Curtis Sets His Sites On Hollywood


On January 19 at the Sundance Film Festival, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson announced that he will be forming an independent film company with Violator Management CEO Chris Lighty and Randall Emmet of Emmet Furla Films, the production company that produced 50’s Home of the Brave and his upcoming flick Righteous Kill win which he stars beside Hollywood icons Rob Deniro and Al Pacino.  It isn’t clear if Curtis will be starring in any of the films they will be developing and the name of the venture wasn’t made clear either although they did stress they planned to produce films of all genres.  Stay tuned for further developments.