New Movie Stills from NINE MOVIES!!!

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Along with a large batch of stills for several movies, the first three movies in this update feature the fall slate for Focus/Rogue Features as they introduce to us The Ice Harvest, Cry_Wolf and Pride and Prejudice. Beyond that you will find we have added TONS of new stills for such films as The 40 Year-Old Virgin, Walk the Line, Into the Blue and Flightplan.

So head on down and click on any of the teaser images to check out the entire gallery.

THE ICE HARVEST

Opening on November 23rd, The Ice Harvest is characterized as a wickedly funny thriller about thick thieves and thin ice. It’s Christmas Eve in rainy, icebound Wichita, Kansas, and this year Charlie Arglist (John Cusack) just might have something to celebrate. Charlie, an attorney for the sleazy businesses of Wichita, and his unsavory associate, the steely Vic Cavanaugh (Billy Bob Thornton), have just successfully embezzled $2,147,000 from Kansas City boss Bill Guerrard (Randy Quaid). Even so, the real prize for Charlie would be the stunning Renata (Connie Nielsen), who runs the Sweet Cage strip club. Charlie’s fondest Christmas wish is to slip out of town with Renata. But, as daylight fades and a storm whirls, everyone from Charlie’s drinking buddy Pete Van Heuten (Oliver Platt) to the local police begin to wonder just what exactly is in Charlie’s Christmas stocking. For Charlie, the 12 hours of Christmas Eve are filled with nonstop twists and turns, both on the ice and off.

CRY_WOLF

In this teen thriller, eight unsuspecting high school seniors playing a game of lies come face-to-face with terror and learn that nobody believes a liar…even when they’re telling the truth. After one too many incidents of bad behavior at his last school, Owen Matthews (Julian Morris) arrives at Westlake Prep – where a young woman has recently been found murdered in the dark woods near the boarding school’s campus. Owen quickly falls in with the school’s unofficial “liar’s club,” including the beautiful and savvy Dodger (Lindy Booth of “Dawn of the Dead” and “Wrong Turn”) and quick-talking, short-tempered Tom (Jared Padalecki of the new TV series “Supernatural”), At Owen’s suggestion, his new friends decide to expand their game’s reach beyond campus, by spreading an online rumor that a serial killer called “The Wolf” committed the recent murder and is planning to strike again. The mischievous group’s descriptions of “The Wolf’s” intended victims are based on the people they know best – each other. Only when the school’s journalism teacher, Rich Walker (Jon Bon Jovi), warns the group about the kinds of predators that lurk on the internet does Owen begin to regret sending their falsified story into cyberspace. When the described “victims” suddenly start to disappear, Owen, Dodger, and Tom are no longer able to determine where the lies end and the truth begins. As someone – or something – starts hunting the players themselves, the game turns terrifyingly real.

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

The glorious world of Jane Austen is at last brought back to the big screen in all its romance, wit and emotional force in “Pride & Prejudice”. Faithful to the setting and period of the beloved novel and filmed entirely on location in the U.K., this is the first movie version of the story in 65 years. Get the rest of the story here.

THE 40 YEAR-OLD VIRGIN

Opening on August 19th, The 40 Year-0ld Virgin follows 40-year-old Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) who has done quite a few things in his life. He’s got a cushy job stamping invoices at an electronics superstore, a nice apartment with a proud collection of action figures and comic books, good friends, a nice attitude. But there’s just one little thing he hasn’t quite gotten around to doing yet?something most people have done by his age. Done a lot. Andy’s never, ever, ever had sex?not even by accident. So is that such a big deal?

SUPERCROSS

This little talked about movie is set to open on August 19th as well and is set in the high-octane world of Supercross competition, the film tells the story of two brothers who overcome emotional and physical obstacles to achieve success as racers. The brothers’ conflicts are magnified by their different life choices and their decision to become competitors and rivals.

WALK THE LINE

The Man in Black is back and Joaquin Phoenix is in his shoes as Walk the Line traverses the early years in the life and career of music legend Johnny Cash, whose work transcended musical boundaries to reach out to everyone. A testament to making art and music and being young, the film explores the world he came from and his experiences beginning a career during the birth of rock and roll. It also is a love story detailing Cash’s burgeoning relationship with June Carter.

INTO THE BLUE

Into the Blue is a high-stakes thriller set in the deep, shark-infested waters of the Bahamas. When young divers discover the wreckage of a cargo plane at the bottom of the sea, they believe their dream of buried treasure has come true. What they don’t realize is that millions of dollars of illegal goods are in that sunken plane and a group of dangerous criminals are already desperately searching for it. As tensions mount and the friends begin to fight about what to do with their find, others get closer to discovering their secret – and the treasure hunters quickly become the hunted.

A GOOD WOMAN

Scarlett Johansson and Helen Hunt head back in time as A Good Woman is set in the 1930s on the beautiful shores of the Italian Riviera. The film follows the seductive Mrs. Erlynne (Hunt), scorned by many as a ‘woman of ill repute,’ leaves New York for the Amalfi coast, where she hopes to find a new ‘patron’ among the vacationing aristocrats. The mean-spirited gossip stirred up by Mrs. Erlynne’s arrival isn’t enough to dissuade the jovial, kind-hearted Lord Augustus (Wilkinson) from falling in love with her. But Mrs. Erlynne has already set her sights on the married Robert Windermere (Mark Umbers), a wealthy young American who falls quickly under her spell. Windermere’s faithful wife, Meg (Johansson), is herself distracted by the flirtatious overtures of Lord Darlington (Stephen Campbell Moore), a notorious playboy. But when she learns of her husband’s blossoming affair, Meg resorts to drastic measures, with unexpected consequences for everyone involved…

FLIGHTPLAN

Finally, comes the Jodie Foster thriller Flightplan, set for theaters on September 23rd. Flying at 40,000 feet in a cavernous, state-of-the-art 474 aircraft, Kyle Pratt (FOSTER) faces every mother’s worst nightmare when her six year-old daughter, Julia, vanishes without a trace mid-flight from Berlin to New York. Already emotionally devastated by the unexpected death of her husband, Kyle desperately struggles to prove her sanity to the disbelieving flight crew and passengers while facing the very real possibility that she may be losing her mind. While neither Captain Rich (SEAN BEAN), nor Air Marshal Gene Carson (PETER SARSGAARD) want to doubt the bereaved widow, all evidence indicates that her daughter was never on board resulting in paranoia and doubt among the passengers and crew of the plane. Finding herself desperately alone, Kyle can only rely on her own wits to solve the mystery and save her daughter.

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Weekend: Nov. 15, 2018, Nov. 18, 2018

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