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The Beatles Announce New Movie With Peter Jackson

“The Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson is collaborating with The Beatles on a new movie he promises “will be the ultimate ‘fly on the wall’ experience” that fans have longed for. Jackson will craft the as-yet-untitled film from 55 hours of previously unreleased footage showing the legendary British music group recording what would become its Grammy Award-winning album “Let It Be” in January 1969. British director Michael Edward […]

todayJanuary 30, 2019

Cinema - TV

‘Black Panther’ Is Here to Spice Up the Oscars Race

Instead of cementing favorites, Sunday night’s SAG Awards gave a boost to a couple of dark horses and added a hint of chaos to an awards season that finally seemed to be solidifying. With just under a month until the Oscars, a lot of uncertainty remains around some of this year’s biggest awards, including the ever-shifting tides in the Best Picture race. This is ostensibly when the SAG Awards come in […]

todayJanuary 28, 2019

Cinema - TV

2019 Oscars: ‘Black Panther’ will get 10 Academy Awards nominations, but how many will it win?

“Black Panther” will get the second most Oscar nominations on Tuesday (January 22). We’re predicting that this blockbuster Marvel movie will reap 10 bids: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design, Best Score, Best Song (“All the Stars”), Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Visual Effects. That will put it just one nomination behind “A Star is Born.” But how many Academy Awards […]

todayJanuary 21, 2019


The ‘Aquaman’ Scene That Was Surprisingly Popular

Director James Wan looks at Amber Heard's moment that stood out in China. [This story contains spoilers for Aquaman.] There's a quiet moment in Aquaman that stands out amid the spectacle, and even director James Wan is surprised by the splash it made. When Wan was promoting Aquaman in China late last year, Warner Bros. asked him to guess what the most popular scene was for that country. "I'm thinking of all the crazy set […]

todayJanuary 3, 2019


‘Holmes & Watson’ Review: Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and the Dull Routine of Bromance

In Arthur Conan Doyle’s original telling, Sherlock Holmes indulged in morphine and cocaine because the drugs offered him a break from “the dull routine of existence.” His mind, Dr. Watson recalls him saying in “The Sign of Four” (1890), rebelled at “stagnation.” Problems, work and cryptograms: Their inspiration would permit him to dispense with “artificial stimulants.” More laughs are all that would have been necessary to prevent the stagnation of “Holmes […]

todayDecember 25, 2018


‘Vice’: The Big Dick-Cheney Energy of Adam McKay

It was a fever, a bookshelf, and possibly divine intervention, that made Adam McKay realize he didn’t know Dick. In the late winter of 2016, the writer-director had just finished the awards-circuit death march for The Big Short, his look at the housing crisis. Then, a week after the Oscars, the 50-year-old filmmaker found himself laid up with what he characterizes as “the worst flu you could possibly imagine.” He’s recalling this while slumped […]

todayDecember 24, 2018


Deadwood producer breaks silence: Here’s what the movie is about

Deadwood fans, your long wait is almost over. Writer David Milch’s acclaimed HBO Western that was canceled on a cliffhanger more than a decade ago will at last return with a movie in 2019 (and sooner than you think — we’re told a premiere is planned for spring). The entire core cast are back, led by Ian McShane as the ruthless bar owner Al Swearengen and Timothy Olyphant as hard-nosed lawman Seth Bullock. The […]

todayDecember 20, 2018


The First Crimes Of Grindelwald Screening Has Happened, Here Are The Early Reactions

Most of us will get to see Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald when it officially hits theaters on November 16. However, a lucky few fans were able to see the movie early thanks to an advance screening at Universal Studios Hollywood and their first reactions to the second flick in the Fantastic Beasts franchise are overwhelmingly positive. In fact, one person even gave Crimes Of Grindelwald a huge vote of confidence in her […]

todayNovember 5, 2018


‘Green Book’: Film Review | TIFF 2018

Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen star in Peter Farrelly's film about an Italian-American bouncer chauffeuring an African-American pianist across the South in the 1960s. Green Book is almost a contradiction in terms, a feel-good buddy comedy-drama featuring an elegant black musician and his white driver on tour in the pre-integration South of 1962. Arriving in the wake of any number of edgy cinematic takes on racial issues, this Universal release […]

todaySeptember 12, 2018

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