WASHINGTON -- The Wizards finally got defensive after largely suspect work on that end of the court this season. Expect some tinkering from the Milwaukee Bucks in that area before facing the backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal after an epic collapse in advance of facing Washington.
WWE star John Cena and Aaron Taylor-Johnson find themselves avoiding enemy fire in Amazon Studios’ latest movie The Wall. Due to be released in March 2017, The Wall is a psychological thriller that follows two soldiers pinned down by a wall and evading an Iraqi sniper. The only other cast member present is Laith Nakli playing Juba, the movie’s primary […]
Doug Liman’s new sniper thriller The Wall faces a major marketing problem right out of the gate: How do you get audiences to come see The Wall when something called The Great Wall is waiting right around the corner? How do you convince...Show More Summary
John Cena and Aaron Taylor-Johnson star as a sniper and a scout who are pinned down by a deadly enemy sniper in the first trailer for The Wall.
If you need some good news today, then here’s some for you: two Doug Liman films are coming out next year. Over a year ago the Swingers and Edge of Tomorrow director reunited with Tom Cruise for the delayed American Made, but he also has a thriller starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals) and John Cena (Trainwreck) coming out soon. Show More Summary
Aaron Taylor-Johnson and John Cena find themselves in a tight spot. Read more...
“We got a sniper. High caliber weapon.” Amazon Studios has dropped a new trailer for Doug Liman’s upcoming psychological thriller The Wall, which stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and WWE star John Cena. Amazon, in partnership with Roadside...Show More Summary
Doug Liman's new film follows two soldiers pinned behind enemy lines.
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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall notched 52 points, eight assists, four rebounds and three steals in Tuesday's 124-116 loss to the Orlando Magic. Wall's 51 points made him the 15th first overall modern NBA draft pick (since 1966) to score at least 50 points in a game, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN). Show More Summary
John Wall scored 52 points last night in a mostly empty arena against the Orlando Magic, who defeated the Wizards anyway, despite not being good or playing all that well. Below is the full highlight reel, if you’re into seeing one of the NBA’s most thrilling players deliver the best scoring performance of his career… Read more...
The Wizards’ problem is simple: their bench is horrendous. Plus, can the Grizzlies keep winning without Mike Conley? What to do about Rajon Rondo? John Wall scored 52 points against the mediocre Orlando Magic on Tuesday. The WizardsShow More Summary
Washington’s tumble from a playoff team to a middle-of-the-pack lottery squad is bizarre, and it’s definitely not Wall’s fault. What more can John Wall do? His career-high 52 points wasn’t enough to prevent the Wizards from losing 124-116...Show More Summary
Wall scored 52 points. It didn’t matter.
Wall Street Journal: House Turns Aside Vote on IRS Chief Impeachment: Vote Demonstrates Lack of Appetite Among Republicans For Pursuing Case Against John Koskinen, by Richard Rubin: The House of Representatives turned aside an attempt by conservative hard-liners to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for his handling of congressional investigations...
With 23.5 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter Tuesday night, John Wall strode to the free-throw line and calmly knocked down a pair of freebies—his 10th and 11th of the night. As the second one ripped through the nylon, he set aShow More Summary
Elfrid Payton scored 22 of his season-high 25 points in the first half and the visiting Orlando Magic overcame John Wall’s 52-point performance to beat the Washington Wizards, 124-116 on Tuesday night. Wall had the highest-scoring game of his career and kept Washington in it with 33 points in...
Knicks won their fourth straight, John Wall had 52 points, Z-Bo's emotional return and more from Tuesday. The post Post Up: One Man Show appeared first on SLAMonline.