The original film followed an ex-hitman who is brought out of retirement to seek revenge on a group of gangsters who took everything from him. Plot details for the sequel are being kept under wraps.
After the sudden death of his beloved wife, John Wick receives one last gift from her, a beagle puppy named Daisy, and a note imploring him not to forget how to love. But John's mourning is interrupted when his 1969 Boss Mustang catches the eye of sadistic thug Iosef Tarasov who breaks into his house and steals it, beating John unconscious in the process. Unwittingly, he has just reawakened one of the most brutal assassins the underworld has ever known.
This winter the TGR crew of athletes and cinematographers captured the most jaw-dropping footage ever witnessed. The team traveled around the world to uncharted destinations, as well as some of their favorite stomping grounds. Follow the crew as they discover the previously unskied big mountain playground of Petersburg, AK, find the best snow Croatia has seen in fifty years, ski deep pillows in undiscovered Italy, hit full throttle riding in British Columbia, and experience epic free-riding at Ripley Creek and North Cascades Heli. Don't miss Sammy Carlson and the Stevens Pass 3D experiment, the first-ever 3D ski segment. The groundbreaking dual RED One slow motion aerial shots will make you want to reach out and touch the action. Light The Wick showcases the most talented and well-rounded athletes in skiing together in one must-see film.
A continuation of the I.M.P.S. (Imperial Military Personal Stories) Relentless Star Wars fan film. This time our soldiers find themselves facing rebels in on a frozen world that looks suspiciously like Hoth.
Filmed live at The Garage, Islington on Sunday 30th September 2012. Paul Robinson vs Noam Dar Mark Andrews vs Xander Cooper London Riots vs Bastard Squad Jimmy Havoc vs Jon Ryan Rob Cage vs RJ Singh Lion Kid vs Stixx Dave Mastiff and Greg Burridge vs El Ligero and Nathan Cruz
Kings of Wrestling (w/ Shane Hagadorn) vs Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly Colt Cabana vs Dave Taylor (w/ The Embassy) Tommaso Ciampa (w/ The Embassy) vs Homicide Christopher Daniels vs Michael Elgin (w/ Truth Martini) Daizee Haze and Tomoko Nakagawa (c) vs Ayumi Kurihara and Hiroyo Matsumoto Shimmer Tag Team Championship The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark) vs The All Night Express (Kenny King and Rhett Titus) El Generico vs Roderick Strong (w/ Truth Martini) Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin) vs The American Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
Big John, Little John was an American Saturday-morning situation comedy, produced by Sherwood Schwartz, which starred Herbert Edelman as "Big John" and Robert "Robbie" Rist as "Little John." The show first aired on September 11, 1976 on NBC, and ran for one season of 13 episodes. The series was produced by Redwood Productions in association with D'Angelo-Bullock-Allen Productions.
On the trail of a missing friend who had been experimenting with mind-altering drugs, a young journalist - aided by a rogue counter-culture writer, The Silence of The Lambs -- finds herself drawn into the dangerous world of top-secret government chemical research and the mystery of a disturbing radio signal of unknown origin. A fast-paced thriller blending fact and fiction, Banshee Chapter is based on real documents, actual test subject testimony, and uncovered secrets about covert programs run by the CIA.