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Those Who Wish Me Dead

Out on May 17


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What’s On

Those Who Wish Me Dead

By Pete Hammond, May 12

“If you’re just hid stay hidden. I don’t know how to get us out of this.”

– Jonny Bernthal

It has been more than a decade since Angelina Jolie last took on a singular action role (in Salt)but with the movie adaptation of Michael Koryta’s novel Those Who Wish Me Dead from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, she has found a vehicle that lets her show her stunt ability (she did most of them) as well as acting prowess. You can see why she was attracted to the idea of playing a smoke-jumper who, though still fighting fires, is irreparably harmed by memories of a tragic incident years earlier she still thinks she could have prevented. That comes up in flashbacks occasionally as she finds herself in a new perilous situation when she stumbled upon a young boy, frightened and running from danger in the wilderness. It is their slow bonding, and the need to escape a couple of murderous henchmen on their tail, that makes up the heart of this traditional but involving thriller.

The film is set for release on May 17 2021.

#ThoseWhoWishMeDeadMovie

Connor’s father Owen (Jake Weber) is driving with his son when he hears a district attorney’s home has been blown to smithereens. He immediately senses he is next as he knows why some very bad men did that, and that with information he possesses imagines he will be next unless he gets out of town with his son. Turns out he was right and drives right into a trap set by vicious killers Jack (Aidan Gillen) and Patrick (Nicholas Hoult, in a real change of pace). Connor, freaked out and scared but carrying a piece of paper his father told him to get to the authorities in case something happened, manages to elude them and sets out on a trek that eventually leads to meeting Hannah. Slowly they build a relationship as she realizes something really bad is going on and they both could be killed. Heading back to her isolated watchtower, she wins Connor’s trust, but lightning strikes, and then eventually an out-of-control fire (intentionally started by Jack to create a diversion) complicates matters.

Add to the mix a police officer (Jon Bernthal) who is related to Owen and Connor and comes upon the crime scene, as well as his wife Allision (Medina Senghore) who is six months pregnant but about to physically engage with the two bad-news dudes looking for her husband and information on Connor’s whereabouts. All these characters add up to a pretty exciting third act as their paths converge. Don’t ask me though what Tyler Perry is doing in this movie in a one-scene cameo as the mysterious boss of Jack and Patrick. Whatever the earth-shattering nature is of the mysterious information they are after, the real core of this film is far more concerned with the pursuit and the effect on all these people caught up in it. It’s quite a ride.

Shot on location in New Mexico doubling for Montana, the cinematography by Ben Richardson is breathtaking, and the action is hot.

May 12, 2021

Producers Steven Zaillian, Garrett Basch, Aaron L. Gilbert, Kevin Turen and Sheridan.

Released on 17 May, 2021 in theaters and on HBO Max


The Series: Features in May

The Nevers

by Nancy K. Sikah, May 17, 2021

#TheNevers

Available to stream from April 11

They’re here. Are you ready?


The new series, The Nevers, is an ambitious, science-fiction epic produced and directed by Joss Whedon. The series is a period piece with a twist which re-imagines the superhero for the 1800s as a gang of Victorian women who take on the rapidly changing and revolutionary era of steam and steel with their superpowers and unique abilities.

Joss’explores the idea of power and helplessness and a person’s journey to power.

In the last years of Victoria’s reign, London is troubled by the ‘Touched’: people – mostly women – who suddenly manifest abnormal abilities – some charming, some very disturbing. Among them are Amalia True, a mysterious, quick-fisted widow, and Penance Adair, a brilliant young inventor. They are the champions of this new underclass, making a home for the Touched, while fighting the forces of… well, pretty much all the forces – to make room for those whom history as we know it has no place.

“The idea that you should never be like this, you should never have existed.”

– Joss Whedon

#TheNevers

​”They, themselves are not called that in the show,” said Whedon . “It’s a phrase that’s meant to evoke a sort of reaction to their oddity, to what is considered unnatural. The idea that you should never be like this, you should never have existed. Something is not as it should be, and you don’t have the right to have whatever weird power or ability … that you have.”

“Certain things could never happen – well, they’re happening! And the people they’re happening to are taking their place in the world.”

– Joss Whedon

This is a story with depth, meaning and amazing characters. Joss Whedon excels at entertaining storytelling. His ability to craft narratives about created families and super-human abilities truly is second to none.

Watch the exclusive feature. Available to download on podcast – Coming soon.

May 17, 2021


Oslo

Available to stream from May 29

“If this fails, lives will be ruined.”

Based on the secret negotiations that led to the Oslo Peace Accords, the original film Oslo premieres May 29 on HBO Max.

May 10, 2021.


East of Mare Town

#EastofMareTown

Available to stream from April 18.

Academy Award®-winner Kate Winslet plays Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder as life crumbles around her.

Watch our feature here.

Even the smallest towns have their dark sides. Mare of Easttown, a new limited series starring Kate Winslet, premieres April 18 on HBO Max.

May 17, 2021


Friends Reunion

#FriendsUnion

Friends Reunion is available to stream from May 27.

Guest stars appearing in the cast reunion special revealed including David Beckham, Justin Bieber, J K Corden, Cindy Crawford, Cara Delevingne, Lady Gaga & more.

It’s been 17 years, but your Friends are back. Stream the Friends Reunion on May 27 only on HBO Max.

May 13, 2021.


Hacks

#HacksOnHBOMax

Available on streaming May 13, 2021.

Eat your heart out Celine, there’s a new Queen of Vegas.

See Jean Smart as the comedic icon she was born to play in Hacks, streaming May 13 on HBO Max.

May all of your wishes come true. ✨ New titles coming to HBO Max this month will match your every mood.

It’s like a group project, but everyone actually contributes.

Meet your new faves on Hacks, premiering tomorrow on HBO Max. #HacksOnHBOMax

May 12, 2021.


Social Change

#CrimeoftheCenturyDoc

“Crime of the Century” is available on streaming on HBOMax.

Are you interested in science, psychology, the city, society and the human psyche?

How do we improve our environment and how we live.

Our HBODocs are the perspectives of the people who help us to live our daily lives. Watch exclusive interviews about them and the decisions that they make.

The crisis that started with a crime.

Crime of the Century is the two-part @HBO documentary film from Emmy and Academy Award winner Alex Gibney. premieres at 9PM on HBO Max.

HBO Docs programs are available to download on podcast here.

May 16, 2021.


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