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FBI agent Jack Crawford (Jason Statham) is looking for revenge after his partner is brutally murdered by the assassin Rogue (Jet Li). It's been three years since the murder, and Crawford is prepared to do anything to capture Rogue after he discovers the assassin is back in San Francisco. Crawford's pursuit will put him in the middle of a conflict between two Asian gangs, and he must be prepared to go to war if he wants to avenge his partner's death.Extras on this Blu-ray release include "The War Chest" (never-before-seen footage available in movie, or through menus), "Scoring War," Visual Commentary with director Philip G. Atwell, Audio Commentary with writers Lee Anthony Smith and Gregory J. Bradley, Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes, "The War Zone" trivia track, Yakuza Fighter game and behind-the-scenes FX Bonus. I really enjoyed listening to the "The War Zone" trivia track, which is filled with interesting information on the location, stunts, and actors in the movie. It also includes shor...
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Broadway legend Ben Vereen has been tapped to guest on Grey's Anatomy this fall. In his episode, tentatively scheduled to air on Oct. 4, he'll play a burn victim. If we're lucky, a singing, dancing burn victim. (It's Ben Vereen, for crying out loud!)Find more on this Grey's news here. First Christopher Reeve, now Dean Cain is guesting on Smallville. The onetime star of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman will appear in the fall season's fourth episode as a baddy named Dr. Curtis Knox. As in knoxious. Although Steven Bochco's new TNT legal drama doesn't have a title, it's certainly packed with big names: Jane Kaczmarek, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Gloria Reuben have all signed up. Kaczmarek will play a wacky judge; Gosselaar, a public defender; and Reuben, his boss.Six Feet Under's Mathew St. Patrick has joined fellow All My Children alum Abigail Spencer in NBC's neighborhood-watch-group pilot, Backyards and Bullets.
Those teen ne'er-do-wells on The O.C. have a new neighbor this season, and one that is different in so many ways. Fox's Reunion, premiering tonight at 9 pm/ET, spins a murder mystery involving six friends and told in flashbacks encompassing one year per episode, inching forward each week as it gradually revealing not just whodunit, but who was done in.
The concept, while bold, begs big questions. Like, how do you do a murder mystery while keeping the victim's identity under wraps? (The deceased is referred to in present day as, well, "the deceased.") And what happens in Season 2, if there is one? Luckily, creator/executive producer Jon Harmon Feldman is armed with answers. Addressing the latter, most-asked question, he says, "If we're lucky and get to Season 2, the goal would be to use one of our [original six] characters to transition to a new group of friends and tel