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Mel Gibson gets a call from a man planning to kill his family in On The Line trailer
Mel Gibson is forced to keep a deadly killer from slaughtering his whole family in the tense new trailer for his thriller On The Line.In the trailer, which was released Thursday, Gibson is revealed to be the host of a radio call-in show who takes a call from a man who is about to break into the helpless host's home.The controversial actor and director, 66, has mostly worked on a series of low-budget action films in recent years in the wake of domestic violence allegations and racist, sexist and anti-Semitic statements he has made. In harm's way: Mel Gibson, 66, stars as a radio host on the line with a man threatening to kill his whole family in the first trailer for On The Line, released ThursdayThe trailer for On The Line, which is written and directed by Romuald Boulanger, opens with Elvis Cooney (Gibson) showing off his deep, crackling voice as he urges his listeners to call in to his show, which is also titled On The Line.He's briefly seen at home as he tucks his daughter in for bed and shares a warm moment with his wife, before the action cuts back to the studio. His first caller of the evening is a man named Gary, who after some creepy heavy breathing announces that he's 'going to do something really screwed up tonight.' Elvis asks if he is at home, but Gary tells him he is at someone else's home.'It belongs to somebody not very nice,' he says sinisterly.
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Mad Max: Furiosa director George Miller ‘tests positive for Covid’ shutting down production for a week
Production on the latest Mad Max movie Furiosa has reportedly shut down after director George Miller tested positive for Covid. The multi-million dollar blockbuster, which is the fifth instalment in the Mad Max franchise, sees Thor actor Chris Hemsworth play antagonist Immortan Joe as well, while War and Peace actor Tom Burke will star as Dr Dementus alongside The Queen’s Gambit actress Anya Taylor-Joy in the title role of Imperator Furiosa.It’s both a spin-off and prequel to 2015’s Fury Road which starred Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. Filming has been well underway with Marvel star Hemsworth, 38, spotted in costume on set in the Kurnell area of Sydney, Australia last month after production started in June. However, it’s now claimed that filming has been halted until at least August 15. It’s said that the film’s legendary filmmaker Miller, who has directed the Max Max movies since the series began in the 1970s, tested positive for Covid on Monday. According to Daily Mail Australia, the 77-year-old is currently isolating at his home in Sydney. Miller created the Max Max franchise in 1979 with the first movie starring Mel Gibson in the titular role, and went on to helm the next three, including 1981’s The Road Warrior.
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