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Adam McKay Finds His Dick Cheney In Christian Bale

Academy Award winner Christian Bale might not be the first name that springs to mind when thinking of former Vice President Dick Cheney – but this is the performer reportedly now on board for the lead role in Adam McKay’s planned film about the controversial figure. While the project currently remains untitled, the movie will also feature Academy Award nominees Amy Adams and Steve Carell.

The film continues a move into more socially relevant work by filmmaker Adam McKay – also an Academy Award winner – after the success of 2016’s The Big Short. This Dick Cheney movie will see McKay bring the producers of The Big Short back together – as his Gary Sanchez producing company reunites with Plan B’s team – including Brad Pitt. The project also will cast Steve Carell as former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney – wife of Dick.

Now that casting choices have been announced,
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Star Trek V: revisiting The Final Frontier




The War On Terror meets The Final Frontier and asks the most important question of all time. What does God need with a starship?

Shatner fights God. That’s about all anyone remembers from the infamous Final Frontier. Over the years, the tale has grown in the telling. Some called it one of the worst films of all time, others call it a box office catastrophe. It killed the careers of the director, producer, the entire special effects company, and nearly ended the entire franchise right there and then. It is remembered merely as a vanity project gone horribly wrong.

But ask yourself this. What does God need with a starship? Can you answer it? Can you understand the question? To dismiss it out of hand is to dismiss the opportunity to think. Do not turn your brain off.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier is the ultimate question.
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'Dark Knight Rises' Reviews Are In, The Verdict: Awesome

Fans have been chomping at the bat for news on whether or not the latest chapter in director Christopher Nolan's caped crusader saga delivers on the promise of his previous two Batman films, and now that reviews for "The Dark Knight Rises" are filtering in it's safe to say that it does, in spades.

Though many of these early reviews are tempered with the notion that it doesn't quite live up to the Heath Ledger-dominated second installment, as the closing act in a comic book trilogy it is inspiring high praise as well as high-minded discussion of what Nolan's vision of capitalism run amok means in the current socioeconomic climate.

But don't worry, though there may be politics, there's also a great deal of punching.

"If it never quite matches the brilliance of 2008's 'The Dark Knight,' this hugely ambitious action-drama nonetheless retains the moral urgency
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Hoffman Is A Most Wanted Man

Hoffman Is A Most Wanted Man
Last June, word broke that The American director Anton Corbijn was planning an adaptation of John Le Carre’s novel A Most Wanted Man. Now he’s found a star: Philip Seymour Hoffman.Hoffman’s close to a deal to star in the film, which tracks a Chechen/Russian Muslim named Issa who arrives in Hamburg and gets caught up in the War On Terror. Hoffman will be playing the rogue chief of a German spy unit who tries to track down the man’s whereabouts and untangle the mystery surrounding him.Edge Of Darkness co-writer Andrew Bovell is the man behind the script, which is based on Le Carre’s 2008 book. Le Carre, who spent time in Hamburg during his stint as a British agent, partly took the story from the life experiences of Murat Kurnaz, a Turkish citizen living legally in German who was arrested in Pakistan in
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Tonight's TV highlights: Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets | Secret War On Terror | The Event | How To Command A Nuclear Submarine | Around The World In 60 Minutes | Twenty Twelve

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Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets | Secret War On Terror | The Event | How To Command A Nuclear Submarine | Around The World In 60 Minutes | Twenty Twelve

Raymond Blanc's Kitchen Secrets

8.30pm, BBC2

Tonight, Raymond Blanc, the impenetrably accented culinary genius, shares eez passion for pooo-deengs. His rice pooo-deeng is, of course, way better than any rice pudding you've ever seen. It emits a golden light not dissimilar to the briefcase in Pulp Fiction. He knocks up a tarte tatin and then invites one of his junior chefs to taste it. "I'd have to give it a 10, chef," says the nervous girl, clearly aware which side her bread pudding is buttered. He also goes savoury with steak, kidney and oyster pudding, which requires steaming for five hours. Intense. Julia Raeside

Secret War On Terror

9pm, BBC2

As the 10th anniversary of George Bush's declaration of a global war on terror looms, this series aims to explore,
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