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Rumor: Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy games mash up in a new F2P shooter

The Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and The Division franchises will cross over in a single multiplayer game made by Ubisoft, according to a social media leak this weekend first reported by VGC. The project, code-named “BattleCat,” surfaced in several since-deleted images posted Sunday by a Twitter user called...
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Ubisoft Announces Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, A Free-To-Play Game

Ubisoft has decided to expand The Division universe slightly differently than expected. Apparently, the company is aiming to release a free-to-play Ubisoft original that will grasp a new wave of fans and expand the game’s universe. The Division: Heartland will be a free-to-play standalone game for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. The game is estimated to arrive between 2021 and 2022, which is not too far at all.
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Ubisoft is bringing The Division to smartphones, just as Tom Clancy would have wanted

Ubisoft has published a blog post detailing its future plans for The Division and its series of looter shooters. Included in this post is information about an upcoming mobile version of The Division. The studio says it plans to bring its The Division universe to mobile, but what form this game will take is anyone's guess, as it doesn't sound like a direct port of the console and PC title.

Perd Hapley Exists In the Tom Clancy Universe And I’m Thrilled

Everyone stop what you’re doing right this second because Perd Hapley—the beloved fictional news anchor with a habit of stating the obvious on NBC’s Parks and Recreation—exists Clancy-verse. Without Remorse, which began streaming on Amazon Prime on Friday, is the newest film adaptation of a Tom Clancy novel. Both the...

Without Remorse REVIEW – Tom Clancy Done Right

Stefano Sollima’s Without Remorse, which adapts Tom Clancy’s novel of the same name, is the best adaptation of any Clancy property since Philp Noyce’s Jack Ryan pictures starring Harrison Ford. The film tells the story of John Kelly (Michael B. Jordan), an ex-Navy SEAL who loses his wife (Lauren London)...

The Tom Clancy movie Without Remorse is missing the key elements a thriller needs

Back in the 1990s, the movies adapted from Tom Clancy’s books used to be events. His frequent protagonist Jack Ryan nearly spawned an American James Bond franchise: Alec Baldwin played the CIA agent in the 1990 Cold War submarine thriller The Hunt for Red October, and Harrison Ford further burnished Ryan’s blockbuster bonafides when he took over in 1992’s Patriot Games and 1994’s Clear and Present Danger. By the mid-’90s, the series looked unstoppable at the box office.

The Internet’s Very Divided On Michael B. Jordan’s New Tom Clancy Movie

Michael B. Jordan is a big star that’s appeared in several big budget blockbusters and more than a few box office success stories, but up until today he’d never headlined a straightforward action movie of his own. It’s a rite of passage for any actor with designs on conquering the A-list to tool up and indulge in some running and gunning, and Without Remorse is now available to stream on Amazon.

How to Watch 'Without Remorse': Where to Stream the New Tom Clancy Thriller Starring Michael B. Jordan

So you love Tom Clancy but you've had your fill of Jack Ryan movies? Good news. One of Clancy's other most beloved Ryanverse characters, John Clark, is finally getting his own film with John Clancy's Without Remorse. The film was originally intended for theatrical release, but now it's headed straight to streaming, so we've put together a handy guide to where to watch Without Remorse - and all the other Clancy movies available on streaming right now.

How the ‘Without Remorse’ Credits Scene Teases a Big Tom Clancy Adaptation That Fans Have Been Waiting For

[Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse]. At the end of Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, our hero John Kelly (Michael B. Jordan) has been given a new identity. He is now John Clark, a name that will sound familiar to fans of other Tom Clancy adaptations as the character previously popped up in the Jack Ryan films Clear and Present Danger (played by Willem Dafoe) and The Sum of All Fears (played by Liev Schreiber). He’s basically the character who’s willing to get his hands dirty and go to the dark places that the more clean-cut Ryan never visits. However, if you’re familiar with Clark’s place in the “Ryan-verse” books and what Clancy constructed, you’ll get a thrill at the scene that comes during the credits.

Tom Clancy And Taylor Sheridan Collide In Whatever ‘Without Remorse’ Is Supposed To Be

If Without Remorse has any value at all, it’s as a headscratcher. You know it doesn’t work, but what were they attempting here?. The latest in Amazon’s series of Tom Clancy adaptations, Without Remorse was adapted from Clancy’s 1993 novel by acclaimed Sicario writer Taylor Sheridan and Will Staples, and was directed by Stefano Sollima. Sheridan, also of Hell Or High Water and Wind River, enlarges his following with every hyper-masculine shoot ’em up, but Without Remorse is less Sicario than Sicario: Day Of The Soldado, the last collaboration between Sheridan and Sollima — the latter of whom the son of cult Italian director Sergio Sollima and not quite the visual stylist Denis Villeneuve is.
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Step Aside, Jack Ryan, It’s Time for a New Tom Clancy Action Hero

Jack Ryan has long been fashioned as the American equivalent to James Bond. It’s a flattering comparison for the late novelist Tom Clancy’s most famous character, not least of all because Ryan is a modest CIA analyst continually thrust into geopolitical turmoil against his will—not some womanizing master of global espionage. But the resemblance has some basis in the way the characters have been handled in Hollywood. Much like the James Bond franchise, the Ryan-led movies aren’t beholden to one actor to keep it running. Four different stars portrayed Ryan on the big screen in three decades: Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, and Chris Pine. A fifth, John Krasinski, has brought the character to life on an Amazon Prime series. (“Less sex!” is how Krasinski believes Ryan measures up to Bond.)
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Michael B. Jordan and the 'Without Remorse' cast on diversifying the Tom Clancy universe: 'Actors of color have so long been erased'

The dormant Tom Clancy cinematic universe got a shot of adrenaline in 2018 when it was announced that Michael B. Jordan would headline a new series featuring the Jack Ryan-adjacent character John Kelly, aka John Clark, a SEAL-trained soldier who leads his own counterterrorism unit. While Kelly had a supporting role in two previous Clancy features — 1994's Clear and Present Danger and 2002's The Sum of All Fears — he's flying solo in Without Remorse, which premieres on Amazon's Prime Video on April 30. More significantly, Jordan is the first Black actor to portray a role that had previously been played by white performers, including Willem Dafoe and Liev Schreiber.

Without Remorse, review: Drab Tom Clancy thriller fails to rise above the clichés

Dir: Stefano Sollima. Starring: Michael B Jordan, Jamie Bell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Luke Mitchell, Guy Pearce. Cert 16+, 110 mins. Without Remorse isn’t the first attempt to bring John Clark to the screen. The character, a ruthless CIA operative in the gruff Jack Ryan mould (both the creations of spy novelist Tom Clancy), enjoyed forgettable side roles in Clear and Present Danger (1994) and The Sum of All Fears (2002), played by Willem Dafoe and Liev Schriber respectively. Now he is played by Michael B Jordan in the new Amazon Prime thriller, a film that dusts off Clancy’s tired military clichés for another joyless go-around.
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Amazon's Without Remorse review: Another mediocre Tom Clancy adaptation

It must be tough being married to an action movie badass. Just when your boo comes home from the war ready to settle down and start a family, you get caught in the crossfire and send him spiraling into revenge mode. Seriously, if you're Michael B. Jordan's pregnant wife in Amazon's new Tom Clancy movie Without Remorse, you probably shouldn't even bother picking a color for the nursery.