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Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum talk 'Haywire' -- VIDEO

Entertainment Weekly’s film critics Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum go back and forth over Steven Soderbergh’s new offering, Haywire.

The 10 Must-See Movies This Weekend

This weekend, Kate Beckinsale returns to Underworld, the franchise that made her a household name in households that watch bad movies. Wearing a head-to-toe leather outfit which she presumably has to be sewn into between takes, Beckinsale will presumably shoots lots of guns in slow motion and will do a reasonable imitation of karate kicks before letting the stunt double handle the tough stuff. Allow me to propose an equally badass bit of counter-programming: A film which stars a woman who could legitimately punch your nose through your skull. The most important movie to see this weekend is: READ FULL STORY

The men of 'Haywire' talk facing off against 'intimidating' Gina Carano -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

It takes a certain kind of guy to go up against Gina Carano. A very brave guy who is willing to accept the fact that he’ll more than likely have his ass handed to him by her, to be exact. In Steven Soderbergh’s tense new action thriller Haywire, in theaters today, Channing Tatum, Ewan McGregor, and Michael Fassbender play just three of the gentleman who dare to square off against the mixed martial artist.

While Tatum, who finds himself on the wrong end of a fight against Carano’s betrayed black-ops soldier Mallory Kane within the first five minutes of the movie, called it “cool… but a little intimidating” to go head-to-head and fist-to-fist with “the pioneer of female mixed martial arts,” it seems Carano herself got well, a kick out of it. “I think, by far, my favorite days were the fight days. We were just tumbling over couches, smashing each other into everything possible,” the new action heroine explained in this exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette.
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Watch Channing Tatum get his ass kicked in the first five minutes of 'Haywire' -- VIDEO

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As much as director Steven Soderbergh loves working with great actors, it is fair to say he didn’t book Gina Carano for his new action-thriller Haywire because of her ability to deliver lines of iambic pentameter. No, he cast the martial artist because of her ability to kick butt.

It is a skill Carano, who plays a betrayed black-ops super soldier, fully demonstrates on the person of Channing Tatum in the first five minutes of Haywire, a sequence which has just been put up on Hulu and which you can see below.

The scene also offers the first extended look at the fertile new partnership between Soderbergh and Tatum — one that will be on further, uh, display in the forthcoming male stripper movie, Magic Mike.

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Comic-Con 2011: 'Haywire' teaser poster lets the butt-kicking begin

Relativity Media has released an official Comic-Con teaser poster for Steven Soderbergh’s action-thriller Haywire, which stars mixed martial arts superstar Gina Carano (who you may remember as Crush from NBC’s 2008 American Gladiators reboot or the winner of EW’s filmed Office Gladiators competition). She performs her own stunts in the film, which has an impressive supporting male cast that includes Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender, Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas, Michael Douglas, Bill Paxton, and Michael Angarano. See the bold poster below. Update: A trailer has also been released. Watch it below as well. READ FULL STORY

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