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Cannes: Fox Korea's 'Warriors of the Dawn' Sets North American Release Date

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Warriors of the Dawn, the upcoming title by Fox International Productions Korea, has pre-sold to multiple territories, Fox announced on Wednesday. The release date for the period epic in North America has also been set for June 16.

The star-studded battle film starring popular South Korean actor Lee Jung-jae (Assassination, Operation Chromite opposite Liam Neeson) has been picked up by buyers from Australia, the Philippines, Taiwan and New Zealand during the Cannes Film Market.

"We are aiming to release the film in at least 30 locations," said a spokesperson for M-Line, which is handling international sales, about the film's »

- Lee Hyo-won

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Jane Seymour on "Long Lost Brother" Roger Moore: "He Was Hilarious"

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Jane Seymour recalled Roger Moore, with whom he co-starred in 1973’s James Bond movie, Live and Let Die, as a “long lost brother” and described him as being one of the funniest men in her life.

“We used to giggle terribly,” she said.

Moore, who portrayed Bond in seven movies starting with Live and Let Die, died at the age of 89 after a short battle with cancer.

Seymour was 20 years old when she nabbed the role of Solitaire, a Tarot card-reading psychic working for a Bond villain who loses her virginity to 007.

The actress, who »

- Borys Kit

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'Kiss and Cry': Film Review | Cannes 2017

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The blades are not exactly full of glory in Kiss and Cry, an intriguing look at the life of a young figure skater trying – but clearly not trying hard enough – to become a champion.

Shot and scripted as a fictional film while feeling very much like a documentary, this modest first feature from Lila Pinell and Chloe Mahieu offers up a tender portrait of a tough world, where budding adolescents come clashing up against the strict regimen of professional athletics. Premiering in the Cannes Acid sidebar, the ultra low-budget effort has already been acquired for French distribution and »

- Jordan Mintzer

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Doug Liman Exits 'Justice League Dark' Movie

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Doug Liman is no longer set to explore the DC Extended Universe's dark side.

The director has left Justice League Dark, Warner Bros.' supernatural adventure project, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The studio is now out to helmers to step in, and Mama and It director Andy Muschietti is among them.

Liman was attached to both Justice League Dark and the Daisy Ridley post-apocalyptic drama Chaos Walking for Lionsgate, which was officially greenlighted this month. He joined Dark last August after leaving Fox's X-Men spinoff Gambit. Previously, Guillermo del Toro was attached to Dark for several years.

Michael Gilio is scripting the project, with Scott »

- Aaron Couch,Borys Kit

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'Baywatch': What the Critics Are Saying

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Reviews for Seth Gordon's lifeguard reboot Baywatch are in — and they are not kind.

The film, which brings back the characters of the popular 1990s TV series of the same name, stars Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron as dueling lifeguards who uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the safety of their beloved bay.

Baywatch currently has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 13 percent, compared to Johnson's last two films, The Fate of the Furious and Moana, which had scores of 66 percent and 96 percent, respectively. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Frank Scheck, the film makes good on »

- Lauren Huff

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