The Weinstein Company announced today the re-release of their Academy Award Best Picture winner The Artist nationwide this Friday, May 11, 2012. The official press release reads as follows:
Joel Schumacher’s Planned ‘Batman’ Trilogy May Be Completed in Comic Series
There has been plenty of talk about director Joel Schumacher’s Batman movies recently. At New York Comic-Con this year, George Clooney (who wore the “Bat-nipples” suit in 1997’s Batman & Robin ) apologized for his take on the caped crusader , and shortly after Schumacher commented on the failed movie series as well.
Nas Returns to Stage and Screen for 20th Anniversary of Rap Classic ‘Illmatic’
The rapper is touring with a documentary about the making of his famous debut. Twenty years after the release of Nas' classic debut, Illmatic -- widely considered one of the best and most influential rap albums ever made -- the rapper is making a victory lap tour with shows that are half movie premiere, half concert. Directed by One9 and written by Erik Parker, the documentary Nas: Time is ...
‘Sin City’ comic book artist Frank Miller hates Hollywood
“Sin City,” released in 2005, ably translated Miller’s stylish comic to the screen. Its sequel, “A Dame to Kill For,” hits theaters Thursday. Miller, 57, again serves as writer and co-director. Although the artist has had an uneasy relationship ...
Elvis Tribute Artist Matt Cordell Returns To Etowah Aug. 2
Mr. Cordell has performed and won first place awards all over the country and some out of the country, and has performed almost daily at theaters in Pigeon Forge for almost 10 years; he is now performing several shows a week at Memories in Pigeon Forge.
The Artist Returns -- But Nobody Cares
They were wrong. Released in more than 700 theaters, the film grossed just $161,000 total, for a per-screen average of just $241. Older moviegoers did find one film worth pushing through the crowds of The Avengers fans for -- The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
“The Artist” returns to theaters this weekend
Note: The Oscar-winning “The Artist” returns to theaters this weekend. This review originally ran in the Jan. 20, 2012 edition of The Oklahoman. A love letter to silent cinema, “The Artist” features the career of a Douglas Fairbanks-esque movie ...