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feedproxy.google.com – WINTER SOLDIER's big haul might make them think twice about taking on Superman and Batman. 1 day 48 min ago via jetli
latino-review.com – Academy and Emmy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin is out talking about his script for Sony’s hotly anticipated Steve Jobs biopic, tentatively being called Steve Jobs. What Sorkin had to say at the TriBeCa film festival is interesting, because it sheds some light on what could be a very interesting narrative structure for the film. 1 day 1 hour ago via jetli
feedproxy.google.com – After revealing its competition lineup on April 17, Cannes has now unveiled its Directors' Fortnight program for the 67th edition of the fest. Notably, two films that bowed at Sundance have made the cut, Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash," starring Miles Teller as a talented young drummer driven mad by his relentless and cruel teacher, J.K. 1 day 1 hour ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – New Entertainment Weekly editor Matt Bean, a Time Inc. Sport Illustrated editorial star who took over from Jess Cagle (who now runs People), ismaking changes. Gone is film critic Owen Gleiberman, replaced by younger staffers like Chris Nashawaty. Last week, Bean imported Kyle Ryan of The Onion A.V. Club to run EW.com. 1 day 1 hour ago via theothersenhman
New Pics Of Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska & More In David Cronenberg's Cannes Bound 'Maps To The Stars'
fb.indiewire.com – While most films headed to Cannes are keeping a tight seal until the lights go down and the projector goes on, that's not the case for David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars." That may be due for the fact that the film is opening in a handful of overseas territories this summer, so regardless of the festival, they need to start advertising. 1 day 1 hour ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – Following last week's teaser poster for the upcoming action thriller The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington, a couple more first look photos have emerged online. One gives us another look at Washington as the titular character (who may havehad a viral classified ad placed in the New York Times), and the other shows him along with our first glimpse at Chloe Grace Moretz, the girl that brings The Equalizer out of retirement. 1 day 1 hour ago via donnieyen
feedproxy.google.com – By now you’ve probably read a bit about plans for May 6, 2016. Marvel Studios first claimed the release date for an unspecified film, only to be challenged when Warner Bros. moved Batman vs. Superman to the same date. Kevin Feige said Marvel wouldn’t budge and officially named Captain America 3 as the film opening that day. 1 day 1 hour ago via brucelee
feedproxy.google.com – Someone gets to fly to London this week and talk to J.J. Abrams about Star Wars Episode VII. Unfortunately, it’s not someone you know. It’s Alan Horn, the chairman of Walt Disney Studios. Horn offered that piece of news, as well as a few others, in a new interview. The chairman also said the future films aren’t necessarily beholden to December release dates, and could come out in May. 1 day 1 hour ago via jetli
comingsoon.net – If the cheers from within the Anaheim Convention Center's Arena auditorium are any indication, director Wes Ball's debut feature, The Maze Runner already has an awfully strong fanbase tied to the source material by author James Dashner. The original novel was first published in 2009 and was followed by two sequels and a prequel, all of which unravel an epically scaled mystery. 1 day 1 hour ago via theothersenhman
variety.com – Preparing for Cannes, and the Brazil FIFA soccer World Cup, Latido Films has taken international sales rights to “Maracanazo: The Football Legend,” the human story behind still one of the biggest sporting upsets in history: the 1950 Brazil vs. Uruguay soccer World Cup final. Directed by Sebastian Bednarik and Andres Varela, and mixing... 1 day 1 hour ago via brucelee
deadline.com – Since bowing in Korea and Mexico in late March, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah has continued to draw strong numbers in international waters. As of Sunday, it had an overseas cume of $197.4M, and a North American haul of $93M. Paramount and Regency Enterprises today say the biblical epic has sailed past $200M internationally, and nearly reached $100M domestic, pushing its worldwide cume to north of $300M. 1 day 2 hours ago via donnieyen
variety.com – Nikki Rocco, the first female president of a theatrical distribution division at a major studio, will retire in December from Universal Pictures, where she has worked for nearly 50 years. Rocco, who has been the head of U’s domestic distribution since 1996, will retain a consulting position with the studio. 1 day 2 hours ago via jetli
screenrant.com – One of the most interesting things about the Terminator franchise is that it has, to date, generally revolved around characters attempting to reboot their own future. Now the filmmakers on the sci-fi series are joining the fun, by rebooting the series’ continuity with the upcoming installment, tentatively known as Terminator: 1 day 3 hours ago via brucelee
cinemablend.com – The Resident Evil franchise is one that you might call a bit of an odd duck. While audiences here in the United States pretty much just shrug at the movies - none of them have made more than $65 million during their domestic run - movie-goers abroad absolutely eat them up. 1 day 11 hours ago via jackiechan