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Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' Gets a Second New Trailer - Watch Now!

Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' Gets a Second New Trailer - Watch Now!

Check out the second official trailer for Angelina Jolie‘s next directorial project Unbroken!

The 39-year-old director and actress’ film stars Jack O’Connell in the starring role of Louis Zamperini (Jack O’Connell), an Olympic runner who was taken prisoner by Japanese forces during World War II.

The film also stars Domhnall Gleeson, Finn Wittrock, Alex Russell, Carla Thexton, and Garrett Hedlund.

The trailer is dropping just a few weeks after the news that the title subject of the film, the real life Louis Zamperini, passed away at 97.

Unbroken will be hitting theaters on Christmas Day of this year.

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  1. 1
    busted Says:

    Wow this looks fabulous.

    Louis’ story is just mind blowing. Can’t wait.

  2. 2
    bap Says:

    Dame Angelina “Unbroken” This is her signature movie, EPIC. The trailer made me cry.

  3. 3
    bap Says:

    The first minute of a trailer is essential, UNBROKEN only takes the twenty seconds to have you spellbound.

  4. 4
    Shamu Says:

    Funny how she’s “directed” this movie without any part in editing or post-production.

  5. 5
    Susan Says:

    Good morning J-P fans.
    A great job ignoring the Troll, let’s keep it up, the thread is much easier to read.

  6. 6
    Wow Says:

    That was amazing, just gripping and very emotional.
    Jack is awesome, bravo Angelina and God bless Louie, RIP.

  7. 7
    Phool. Says:

    Breathtakingly beautiful Louis will be so proud

  8. 8
    Phool. Says:

    Only partial post, some funny bits from the critic
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    ‘Maleficent’
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    by Kaori Shoji Special To The Japan Times 10th June
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    What Maleficent should have done, of course, is put a hex on King Stefan (Sharlto Copley) himself — perhaps causing him to lose all his hair overnight. The scorn of this woman, though, is much more furious, so he subsequently orders baby Princess Aurora to be raised and protected by three good fairies in the countryside. How’s that for fatherly responsibility?

    It’s also sad that Maleficent never gets to settle personal scores with King Stefan, who should get slapped with abuse, abandonment and child neglect charges. Shouldn’t they at least have had “The Talk,” or some kind of couple’s counseling to make him realize the error of his ways? Move on, Maleficent. You can do much better.
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    Shortcut to:http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2014/07/10/films/film-reviews/maleficent/#.U76Nb7FnZdg

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    Alana Says:

    Looks amazing!

  10. 10
    busted Says:

    Angie has been working on editing and post production for months.. most movies are being edited as they work. She has talked several times about working on editing the films.
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    She has done an amazing job. Trolls will have to deal. This is going to be a fabulous year for Dame Jolie.

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    Phool. Says:

    Angelina Jolie takes evil to new places in ‘Maleficent’
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    by George Hadley-Garcia Jul 10, 2014

    HOLLYWOOD – Websites such as Buzzfeed have made an art of the “listicle,” a news article that comprises a top 10 on a designated topic. Thanks to childhood nostalgia, Walt Disney characters often make their way onto such listicles, and a quick look at the Top 10 Disney villains of all time often ends with one woman in the top spot — Maleficent, the green-skinned lady dressed in black who curses Princess Aurora in the 1959 Walt Disney film “Sleeping Beauty.”
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    Another woman who often ends up at the top of listicles is Angelina Jolie. The 39-year-old takes the No. 1 spot in everything from “most beautiful” to “most bankable” actress or, with her partner Brad Pitt, one half of Hollywood’s “most powerful couple.”
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    Jolie hasn’t appeared in a film since 2010, when she starred in Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s “The Tourist,” with Johnny Depp, and took the title role in Phillip Noyce’s action-hero vehicle “Salt” (a role that was originally intended for Tom Cruise). Therefore, it’s only fitting that A-lister Jolie returns to the big screen as one of Disney’s A-list villains.
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    “Yes, she is an evil character,” Jolie tells The Japan Times. “I did tell (the writers at Disney) not to sugar-coat her. But you also have to understand her, she does have a motivation.”
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    “Maleficent” tells the story of a fairy (Maleficent) who is betrayed by her first love, Stefan (played by Sharlto Copley). After Stefan becomes king and has his own child, Maleficent sees a chance to take some revenge. The twist? The audience sees the story from Maleficent’s point of view, and she turns out not to be that ruthless villain who reigns over those Disney listicles.
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    “Fairy tales are timeless,” Jolie says, “yet they’re very adaptable to the times in which they’re told.”
    It’s not a new idea. The 1995 novel “Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West” took a look at “The Wizard of Oz” from the villain’s point of view. Disney just scored a major hit with “Frozen,” which was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s 1844 story “The Snow Queen.”
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    “Children and young people aren’t as gullible or open to traditional fairy tales or to sweetness-and-light endings,” Jolie says when asked about the idea of reinterpreting classic stories. “Nor to black-and-white depictions of a totally evil villainess or villain. Or a totally good hero or heroine. Those are fantasies — or propaganda, in a way. More than ever, people are questioning. Nothing is taboo to question now — fairy tales, religious tales, parables or fables.”
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    Coming on the heels of the huge success of “Frozen,” “Maleficent” has a tough act to follow. Some critics have said the film is too frightening for young children, but Jolie thinks kids won’t be bothered.
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    “Children are tougher than some adults give them credit for,” she says. “They’re resilient — put it that way. I think betraying trust (which Stefan does) has a much more negative impact on children than a wicked, extreme character like Maleficent.”
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    The actress, it could be argued, may be an expert on the subject of children — she has six of her own. One of them, 5-year-old Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt, even had a bit part in “Maleficent” as the young Princess Aurora (a role played by Elle Fanning when the character is older).
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    “How many women are this omnipotent and magically commanding?” Jolie says, arguing what viewers are likely to remember from the movie. “The special effects are wonderful, even unforgettable, totally beyond ordinary life. I think the film’s story, characterizations and visuals will draw repeat audiences.”
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    Despite not appearing in a film since 2010, Jolie has never really been out of the press. In 2012, she became special envoy to U.N. High Commissioner Antonio Guterres and in 2013 she made news when she had a preventive double mastectomy after learning she had a high risk of developing cancer. In 2011, she took a role behind the lens, directing “In the Land of Blood and Honey.” The film was a politicized love story set in the former Yugoslavia that garnered its share of controversy.
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    “I have experienced some giant steps in my journey,” she says, noting that her directorial efforts have brought “tremendous satisfaction . . . just from being able to focus on what comes from my mind and creativity, not dwelling on my physical presence.
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    “When times are difficult, it’s wonderful to have something absorbing to focus my attention and efforts on.”
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    Asked if she is more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it, Jolie admits that “if the project is close to me, dear to me, yes. Of course.”
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    Her next directorial effort is likely to be controversial as well. “Unbroken” is due to come out in December, and it stars British actor Jack O’Connell as American Olympian Louis Zamperini, who was taken prisoner by the Japanese during World War II. He survived a crash at sea before spending two years in a prisoner-of-war camp. Many actors and directors have reportedly tried to bring his story to the screen, but Jolie believes she was destined to make the movie.
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    Moved by Zamperini’s story, she set out to try and locate him, only to learn that he lives “three minutes up the road” from her in the Los Angeles hills. The two are now friends and Jolie reportedly drops in for breakfast on a regular basis.
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    “Unbroken” is sure to be notable in Japan as much for its casting as its content. Takamasa Ishihara, who is better known in Japan as guitarist Miyavi, takes the role of Mutsuhiro Watanabe, aka “The Bird,” a guard who tries to break Zamperini’s spirit. The choice was a surprise insofar as Miyavi seems to have been cast somewhat against type, but Jolie cites a precedent in the casting of Japanese musicians on screen with Ryuichi Sakamoto as Capt. Yonoi, the antagonist to David Bowie’s Maj. Jack Celliers in “Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence” (1983, directed by Nagisa Oshima).
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    “Miyavi is a sensitive artist who adapts himself to what he’s doing,” Jolie explains. “He’s done a brilliant job in the role; it didn’t surprise me. Singers and musicians in general tend to be underrated outside the musical field. Several fine actors have been singers. . . . I remember reading that (Barbra) Streisand said that when she sings a song she acts it, like a three-part story with a beginning, a middle and an end.
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    “Miyavi’s music is varied and sometimes unexpected, so I think his fans will be impressed if not totally surprised by the presence and depth he brings to the character. It could have been a two-dimensional one, depending on the actor . . . and the script. The role as well as the picture has layers of complexity.”
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    How does the director think “Unbroken” will be received in Japan?
    “It’s very hard to say,” she says after a long pause, “but I hope one result will be the realization that in war, nobody really wins.
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    “Forgiveness is one message, another is that it’s chiefly governments that fight wars. The populace follows what their government orders. It doesn’t mean a majority of a nation’s population is for a given war, but it certainly means they tend to go along with ‘our government’ in opposition to ‘their government.’ But most people would simply prefer not to have wars.”
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    “Maleficent” is now playing in cinemas nationwide. “Unbroken” is scheduled for a December release overseas .
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    Shortcut to:http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2014/07/10/films/angelina-jolie-takes-evil-to-new-places-in-maleficent/

  12. 12
    Phool. Says:

    Bringing posts over her before you know what

  13. 13
    troll meltdown Says:

    Lying about the sweet, kind, generous, mega-talented, successful JPs will not make FAT tick old manny any younger or any less of a laughingstock.

  14. 14
    busted Says:

    @Susan:

    so true the last few days have actually been enjoyable. I have actually gotten to read the comments of the actual fans.
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    I hope everyone continues.
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    I was not expecting the trailer so what a great surprise. Angie should be so proud of herself. Louis Z. story has been told. Millions of people that never knew of him will know and hopefully take some inspiration from his story.
    ..
    This is a beautiful tribute. Glad he got to see some of the footage.

  15. 15
    Phool. Says:

    “Unbroken” by Angelina Jolie: Best Adapted Screenplay contender
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    By: Joey Magidson Tue, Jul 8 2014
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    As you fine folks all must know by now, it’s one thing entirely to read early Academy Award predictions in order to see what pundits like myself think will happen this winter, but it’s a whole separate thing to actually know something about who and what will be in contention. To help out in that specific regard, I’m continuing to run down some of the major contenders in each Oscar category in order to prep you all for the season to come. Basically, the format will have me saying a few words about what or who I feel are the top tier contenders right now in said categories, along with a longer list afterwards of many of the other hopefuls that the Academy might potentially take a shine to. Consider this a sort of before the awards season cheat sheet to have in your back pocket.
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    Today I’m continuing on from the acting categories and hitting the writing ones…starting with Best Adapted Screenplay
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    Here are the ten particular films/scripts that I have in play for Best Adapted Screenplay, with the top five cracking the unofficial lineup at this point:
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    1. Unbroken – Angelina Jole’s World War II epic has a heavyweight group of writers involved, namely Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, William Nicholson, and Richard LaGravenese. That’s perhaps the most A list screenplay ever, and one of the many reasons why I have this as a huge Oscar contender. Right now, it has to be one of the top players in Adapted Screenplay. I have it winning right now, but some other options could certainly wind up heavily challenging it before all is said and done.
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    2. Inherent Vice – Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson has never won an Oscar, despite having a few screenplays in contention previously, but maybe this is the year for him. PTA seems like more of a hopeful in Best Director usually, but his move from Original to Adapted (There Will Be Blood was his first) screenplays might give him a new and better opportunity. If the movie winds up a big player, I can see him potentially getting the win here.
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    3. Rosewater – Can Jon Stewart write a film? We know he can write comedy, but this is something completely different. I’m cautiously optimistic, since if he hits this one out of the park, it’s a surefire contender. We won’t know for a while now about this hopeful, but once the first screenings begin, we’ll have an idea about how seriously to take it. Something tells me it could be a big one.
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    4. Men, Women, & Children – Jason Reitman nearly won this category for Up in the Air a few years back, so this time around he has to be heavily considered for the adaptation of Chad Kultgen’s novel that he did with Erin Cressida Wilson. The novel is excellent and has a lot of potential as a film, so if Reitman puts his own spin on it that the Academy is interested in, I could see this also contending for the win.
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    5. Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn adapted her own novel for David Fincher and that’s what gives some pause. Is she a screenwriter? I’m sure Fincher can do his thing no matter what, but if the script isn’t up to snuff, not only will it prevent it from seriously contending for Best Picture, it’ll fall out of the Adapted race here. The newest trailer looked great though, so perhaps I’m just worried over nothing.
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    6. The Fault in Our Stars – I wrote about the supremely talented writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber here fairly recently, and now they can continue to hope for their first citation by the Academy. At one point it seemed a little more likely than it does now, but all this tearjerker needs is just one big precursor mention and it’ll be back heavily in the game. Stay tuned on this one…
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    7. Wild – Nick Hornby got a nomination for his adaptation of An Education and will seek another one here this year. This is likely to be a player for Reese Witherspoon in Best Actress, so that’s a plus. If the film can get into Best Picture, that’ll make Hornby a likely nominee here, even if it seems unlikely that he can win this time around.
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    8. Kill the Messenger – A bit of an X factor, this script by Peter Landesman could either be a big time player or fade away quickly. The trailer had promise, but it could come down to whether Jeremy Renner is a big player in Best Actor or not. We shall see how that race unfolds, as it will surely impact this one as well.
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    9. Whiplash – Since Damien Chazelle expanded his own short for this highly praised drama out of Sundance, he’ll most likely have to compete here in Adapted instead of Original, and that hurts his chances somewhat. Still, he’s definitely in play here and if he winds up getting into Original instead, his chances will only improve. With J.K. Simmons thoroughly in the Supporting Actor race, the film won’t be forgotten about.
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    10. This Is Where I Leave You – A complete shot in the dark. I loved Jonathan Tropper’s novel of the same name and with him handling screenwriting duties, it’s possible that the emotion and laughs from the book translated to the big screen. It’s a long shot and likely too much of a studio dramedy, but anything is possible and I want to be in on the ground floor in case this one is as good as the book.
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    Next in line I’d have these ten contenders (just sans my commentary here) for Best Adapted Screenplay:
    11. Trash
    12. Suite française
    13. True Story
    14. Into the Woods
    15. MacBeth
    16. The Imitation Game
    17. Exodus: Gods and Kings
    18. The Homesman
    19. The Drop
    20. Miss Julie
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    Finally, here are ten more possibilities to give us a top 30 to cull from, just sans commentary as well:
    21. The Hundred Foot Journey
    22. Serena
    23. The Boxtrolls
    24. The Two Faces of January
    25. A Most Wanted Man
    26. Carol
    27. Child 44
    28. The Last Five Years
    29. Dark Places
    30. Under the Skin
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    That’s what the Best Adapted Screenplay race could very well be made up of ladies and gents. Stay tuned next week for my look at the Best Original Screenplay race!
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    Shortcut to; http://www.hollywoodnews.com/2014/07/08/unbroken-2015-best-adapted-screenplay-contenders/

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    Phool. Says:

    ‘Unbroken’ Star Jack O’Connell Goes to Prison in ‘Starred Up’ Trailer (Video)
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    Movies | By Linda Ge on July 9, 2014 @ 7:39 pm
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    British actor was already winning raves before being cast in Angelina Jolie’s WWII drama about the life of the late Louis Zamperini
    Before he becomes Louis Zamperini in Angelina Jolie‘s “Unbroken,” audiences will have the chance to discover rising star Jack O’Connell in “Starred Up,” the British prison drama that’s already won him raves across the film festival circuit.
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    O’Connell plays Eric, a juvenile delinquent whose violent outbursts have the authorities “upgrading” him to the adult prison, where he’s in for a tense family reunion with his father (Ben Mendelsohn), also an inmate. Rupert Friend also stars as a concerned prison psychologist who tries to help Eric control his temper and turn his life around before he ends up like his dad.
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    O’Connell takes the film personally, having gone through his own youthful indiscretions. At one point, he couldn’t even get a visa to work in the U.S. “I really, really had to dig deep to get a second chance,” the actor told TheWrap. “I had to spend a lot of time doing drug tests and alcohol tests and even after doing that, I was denied once. It’s just been a case of letting my actions do the talking. I know I’m not a liability to myself, I’m not violent either. My life isn’t a struggle anymore.”
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    David Mackenzie directed “Starred Up,” which will be released first in New York City on August 29.
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    http://www.thewrap.com/unbroken-star-jack-oconnell-goes-to-prison-in-starred-up-trailer-video/

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    Phool. Says:

    A generation’s lessons on fortitude, sacrifice
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    Leonard Pitts Jr. Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014, 1:08 AM
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    Just two pages into the book Unbroken, its protagonist is in the water, hiding beneath the deteriorating life raft in which he has been drifting across the Pacific Ocean for almost a month. Overhead, Japanese bombers are circling back to strafe him a second time. And sharks are approaching from below.
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    Death is coming for him from two directions, and your impulse is to verify that this is not a novel, not some outlandish fiction from the Indiana Jones School of Narrow Escapes.
    But it isn’t.
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    The story is true, the man in the water, real. His name is Louis Zamperini and he died last week of pneumonia.
    No one who has read the book (a movie of the same name is due on Christmas Day) will be surprised to learn that it took that fearsome disease 40 days to claim this 97-year-old man. If Zamperini was nothing else, he was a fighter. Whatever life threw at him, he threw back. Whatever it piled on top of him, he overcame.
    Child of poor Italian immigrants in suburban Los Angeles, he overcame a predilection for petty theft, vandalism, and brawling to become a celebrated runner, first in high school, then in college, and finally in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
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    Bombardier for the Army Air Corps, he overcame a plane crash, surviving 47 days on a raft in the trackless vastness of the Pacific Ocean, subsisting on rainwater, fish, and seabirds.
    Prisoner of the Japanese, he overcame daily beatings and torture from a sadistic guard nicknamed the Bird, and lived to return home after the war ended.
    A cash-strapped alcoholic and wife beater, tormented by nightmares of what the Bird did to him, he overcame his own degradation when he came forward at a tent revival and accepted Christ at the invitation of a young evangelist named Billy Graham.
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    A World War II veteran who would have been fully justified in anger and bitterness over what the Japanese did to him, he overcame those things to carry the torch in the 1998 Olympics in Nagano and write a letter of forgiveness to the man who had daily tortured him.
    For all these things and more, Zamperini is being hailed as a hero. But frankly, the word feels too small, having been mashed into near impotence by its own ubiquity.
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    These days, we overcompensate for our mistreatment of service men and women in controversial wars of the past by declaring every supply sergeant in North Carolina or desk clerk in Texas who wears a military uniform to be a “hero.” It is a relatively harmless thing, and certainly well-meant. But it leaves us no adequate word for a man like Zamperini.
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    The lessons of his life are manifold and manifest, a master class in moral and physical fortitude, resilience and resistance, the criticality of human dignity, the importance of fight, faith – and forgiveness. Those lessons seem especially crucial for the America Zamperini leaves behind, a nation riven by “isms” and shrunken in its vision.
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    Indeed, his whole generation – the ones who overcame the Depression and saved the world – is leaving that nation behind and perhaps it is only now, as they do, that we can truly appreciate who and what they were and did.
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    They were not perfect, Lord knows, but they were more right about more things than their children and grandchildren ever gave them credit for. They didn’t do a lot of whining. Their navels went ungazed. They saw what needed to be done and did it with no expectation of reward. They understood they were part of something larger than themselves and that, sometimes, the price of belonging is sacrifice.
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    We could use some of what they had – some of what Zamperini, in particular, had. He overcame sharks, torture, hunger, gunfire, the Pacific Ocean, and his own demons to die peacefully at an advanced age with his family around him.
    No, he is not a hero. He is whatever comes after that.
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    http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/inquirer/20140710_A_generation_s_lessons_on_fortitude__sacrifice.html#V8rfayjKYMrh2z7t.99

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    Phool. Says:

    A Minute With: Elle Fanning on the spell of ‘Maleficent’
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    June 06, 2014, Friday/ 15:56:29/ REUTERS / LOS ANGELES
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    At just 16 years of age, Elle Fanning has spent nearly 90 percent of her life in the movie business, having made her debut as a 2-year-old, younger version of her actress sibling Dakota Fanning.

    But this is no jaded teen actor. She gets excited about playing a Disney princess opposite Angelina Jolie’s villain in “Maleficent,” the big-budget retelling of the fairytale classic “Sleeping Beauty” that prevailed at the North American box office in its debut last weekend.
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    With her long blond locks and angelic face, Fanning has starred in independent films like “Somewhere” as well as blockbusters like “Super 8.” She was 14 when she played Princess Aurora, who is cursed by Maleficent. Fanning talked to Reuters about playing a princess with more depth and finding the fun in her film roles.
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    Is this the biggest production you’ve been in?

    This is definitely the biggest scale — set-wise, green screen and Angelina. It’s pretty huge. And playing a Disney princess, going on set and being there with so many crew members was very different. But it was exciting to have all the world around you.
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    What is your mind-set on such a big production, in a crucial role?

    This one was very special to me, because Sleeping Beauty was my favorite princess growing up. I felt I looked like her the most. To be able to say I am a part of the Disney princess family … that was huge for me.

    In the animated [version], she has all those characteristics of a princess; she is very delicate and frolics around in the forest. In ours she does that, but she has more strength to her, there is a little bit more depth. In live action, you can really show those emotions. She feels sadness and betrayal.
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    What did you like about this retelling of “Sleeping Beauty”?

    All the questions you have in the original, this one answers those. You get to the back story, you get to see why she [Maleficent] became this way. I don’t think someone is just born evil. I think someone has to push them to be bad. That’s what I love about it. She stands up for her home, she is protecting it from mankind as well … She is a powerful lady and she is definitely in charge. There is a prince, but she is definitely the heroine. It’s definitely girl power.
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    Your director Robert Stromberg is a famous production designer. What is it like being an actor in a production where your director is a real artist?

    I remember going into rehearsals for the first time and he showed me all these sketches. There was this room with all these mood boards. He was so excited about that, and the vibe of the film he wanted to get right. Even if I didn’t know how the characters would look exactly, he had it all set out in his brain. He had to imagine all that and also work with us as characters. He did such an amazing job.
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    How do you choose your roles these days?

    You get scripts and read them. I feel like if you have to deliberate about it — ‘should I do this or not?’ — it is probably ‘no.’ Because you are going to have to go do it for three months and play that person so you want to have a huge connection to it. I always try to switch things up.

    From ‘Maleficent,’ which is such a huge scale, I went and did ‘Young Ones’ and ‘Low Down’ which were real small independent films. I like having different experiences and obviously playing different characters because you don’t want to get bored. You want to always look different in films and speak differently. That’s the fun of it. It’s like dressing up.
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    http://www.todayszaman.com/arts-culture_a-minute-with-elle-fanning-on-the-spell-of-maleficent_349749.html

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    Phool. Says:

    Kingdom Hearts 3 News: Angelina Jolie To Voice Maleficent As Confirmed By Square Enix? Devs Tell The Fans They Are In For A Surprise!
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    BY Gunther Barbosa | Jul 10, 2014 05:32 AM EDT
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    Kingdom Hearts 3 will be the glorious return of the franchise and Square Enix is pulling out all the stops to make sure the game will be the most memorable yet and if what they’re hinting is true then in Kingdom Hearts 3, Maleficent will be voiced by none other than Angelina Jolie!
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    The Maleficent movie is gaining a lot of hype from fans all over the world and fans are wondering if Angelina Jolie’s version of Maleficent will appear in Kingdom Hearts 3. When a fan asked the creative director of Kingdom Hearts 3 if Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent would appear on the game, he simply responded by saying “I’m not saying anything but you’re in for a surprise” which greatly hints that Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent would appear on the game.
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    Of course Jolie’s Maleficent isn’t the only thing to appear in the Kingdom Heart 3 newswire.
    Gaming news site Cyberland has reported that the Kingdom Hearts 3 new worlds would The Incredibles, Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph and Toy Story.
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    The new worlds would probably give a new element in the gameplay and themes that gamers who are veterans in the franchise would appreciate, the Wreck-It Ralph world could be a world where there isn’t much fighting involved but there would be contests of racing instead. The Incredibles world would show what Sora is becoming, a hero and Toy Story would show the theme of friendship and growing-up that Sora would be experiencing as he matures and of course, Frozen would show the bond that brothers, sisters and friends would show.
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    Kingdom Hearts 3 is probably one of the most anticipated games this generation and the hype for the game keeps getting bigger as the Kingdom Hearts 3 Marvel and Star Wars involvement rumors keep popping out left and right.
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    Of course, Disney added some “new worlds” in their franchise by buying Marvel and the Star Wars franchise and the makers of Kingdom Hearts 3 expressed that they would love to add those worlds into the game.
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    While speaking with Finaland during the Japan Expo in Paris, Nomura admitted that he’d like to see content from both the Star Wars and Marvel franchises in the Kingdom Hearts universe at some point. However, it’s a tougher process than you might expect.
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    According to Nomura, Disney has several restrictions when it comes to its franchises. He believes “it would be great if we could add those licenses as well,” though “there are lots of rules and restrictions by Disney so we can’t actually put in everything people want. So it’s quite a difficult decision, but we’re going to prepare some surprises for you so, just wait for the information.”
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    This surprise is the widely rumored cameo of Iron Man. Just like in the Marvel movies, just after the final credits of the game rolls up, a scene involving Iron Man recruiting Sora to defeat Darth Vader will be included.
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    Of course these are just rumors but with the game devs themselves admitting that Marvel and Star Wars characters being in the game is something that they want to do as well makes it possible that it will actually happen.
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    http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/28312/20140710/kingdom-hearts-3-news-angelina-jolie-maleficent.htm

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    Shamu Says:

    @Phool Seriously, dude. You need help to sort out your life, man. :D

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    Wonderbust Says:

    Trailer looks amazing Congrats to Plan B on the Emmy nominations

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    Phool. Says:

    #busted @ 07/10/2014 at 9:10 am
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    Good Morning Busted
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    How are you my dear, the Unbroken trailer is fabulous , Angie has captured the essence of that time, Louis must be so proud of what he’d seen and Jack has done justice to the role, God willing it will be a success audience wise and critically.
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    PS did you see Halle’s drama?

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    Phool. Says:

    Docudrama Series ‘Gunslingers’ to Premiere Sunday, July 20 on American Heroes Channel
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    Written By Sara Bibel July 9th, 2014
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    Jesse James: The South’s Last Rebel
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    World Premiere: Sunday, August 3 at 10/9c
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    After the Civil War, the West was rapidly expanding-telegraphs, railroads, newspapers, factories. Life is moving too fast for lawmen to catch up, creating gaps between security and savagery. Jesse James quickly exploits these gaps, boldly robbing unprotected banks and trains across the Midwest. By the time his reign of terror is complete, he has killed an estimated 17 people in the course of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Still, the people love him for it. He is seen by many as a modern day Robin Hood – a Southern gentleman avenging the efforts of Northern businessmen. His gang is young, hungry, angry and in the wake of their own brutal war experience, which has left them with some serious scores to settle.Featured interviewee: Ron Hansen, author of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, subsequently adapted into a movie starring Brad Pitt.
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    http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2014/07/09/docudrama-series-gunslingers-to-premiere-sunday-july-20-on-american-heroes-channel/281135/

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    Alana Says:

    Thanks,Phool for your posts. 😄

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    Phool. Says:

    BREAKING: Bryan Cranston, Jim Parsons, NORMAL HEART Among 2014 EMMY Nominees
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    July 10 8:07 AM 2014
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    The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations Announcement were announced this morning at the Television Academy’s Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood’s NoHo Arts District. For the first time, this year’s nominees were selected via online voting.
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    The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards airs live Monday, August 25th (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) on NBC and will originate from the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. The awards will be hosted by Seth Meyers and executive produced by Don Mischer.
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    Among the Broadway stars who received nominations were Best Lead actor in a drama series Bryan Cranston, BREAKING BAD and Kevin Spacey, HOUSE OF CARDS and Jeff Daniels for THE NEWSROOM. Kerry Washington was nominated for Best Actress in a Drama Series for SCANDAL.
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    THE NORMAL HEART received a nomination for Best Television Movie as did THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL.
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    Cicely Tyson received a nomination for Best Actress in a Mini Series for her performance in THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, as did Jessica Lange for AMERICAN HORROR STORY and Helena Bonham Carter for BURTON AND TAYLOR.
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    Benedict Cumberbatch received a nom as Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries for SHERLOCK: HIS LAST VOW, while Idris Elba was also recognized in the category for his performance in LUTHER. Mark Ruffalo received a nomination for THE NORMAL HEART.
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    Funnyman Jim Parsons received a Best Lead Actor in a Comedy nomination for his work in THE BIG BANG THEORY. Edie Falco also received a nom for Lead Actress in a Comedy for her work on NURSE JACKIE.
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    Among the shows nominated for Best Drama Series were DOWNTON ABBEY and BREAKING BAD.
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    A partial list of nominees follows:
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    Outstanding Drama
    “Breaking Bad”
    “Downton Abbey”
    “Game of Thrones”
    “House of Cards”
    “Mad Men”
    “True Detective”
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    Outstanding Comedy
    “The Big Bang Theory”
    “Louie”
    “Modern Family”
    “Orange is the New Black”
    “Silicon Valley”
    “Veep”
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    Lead Actor in a Drama Series
    Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”
    Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom”
    Jon Hamm, “Mad Men”
    Woody Harrelson, “True Detective”
    Matthew McConaughey, “True Detective”
    Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards”
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    Lead Actress in a Drama Series
    Lizzy Caplan, “Masters of Sex”
    Claire Danes, “Homeland”
    Michelle Dockery, “Downton Abbey”
    Julianna Margulies, “The Good Wife”
    Kerry Washington, “Scandal”
    Robin Wright, “House of Cards”
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    Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie
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    Benedict Cumberbatch, “Sherlock: His Last Vow”
    Chiwetel Ejiofor, “Dancing on the Edge”
    Martin Freeman, “Fargo”
    Billy Bob Thorton, “Fargo”
    Idris Elba, “Luther”
    Mark Ruffalo, “The Normal Heart”
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    http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/BREAKING-Bryan-Cranston-Jim-Parsons-NORMAL-HEART-Among-2014-EMMY-Nominees-20140710#.U76UJrFnZdg

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