deadline.com – Movies open every weekend. Some soar, some fail. Every once in awhile a flop comes along that is so unexpected and devastating that everyone in town is left saying, how the hell did that happen? Recent examples include John Carter, The Lone Ranger, and maybe even Pompeii or The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, even if the latter two sank without making much of a ripple. 2 days 4 hours ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – On Easter Sunday at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, Bellwether Pictures' Joss Whedon and Kai Cole made an unexpected announcement after premiering their latest production "In Your Eyes." Directed by Brin Hill and written by Whedon, this metaphysical romance is now available to download instantly for $5 via the film's website. 2 days 13 hours ago via donnieyen
10:37 PM 4/20/2014 by Fred Topel
With X-Men: Days of Future Past coming out next month, 20th Century Fox showed fans at WonderCon in Annaheim an extended scene from the film this weekend. Screenwriter Simon Kinberg spoke about the film and revealed some '70s tidbits from the time travel film. For one, President Nixon himself will appear in the film.
variety.com – Hoping to avoid the Oscar flood, Paramount has invited Academy voters to see “Noah” in theaters, using their membership cards for admission. Oscar campaigns often start at least a year before the ceremonies, but most of the strategizing is done behind closed doors, preparing for later in the year. It’s unusual for a studio to... 6 days 8 hours ago via jackiechan
fb.indiewire.com – Forbes has a new interview with director Zack Snyder. You know, the guy that’s directing possibly the most geek-anticipated film of all time, “Batman Vs. Superman.” Don’t get too excited, Snyder reveals almost zero details. He doesn’t talkBen Affleck, Lex Luthor, the Justice League or anything. Perhaps more interestingly he discusses his beef with Terry Gilliam over “Watchmen.” 6 days 12 hours ago via donnieyen
comicbookmovie.com – Before the award-winning creature designer, Steve Wang, designed the look of the Predator that we all know and love, there was a much different version conceived with "backward bent reptilian legs, extended arms" and an insect-like facial sculpt. That original version of the monster didn't require a tall actor like Kevin Peter Hall, who played the final version of the monster, so they hired then-newcomer, Jean-Claude Van Damme ("The Quest"). 2 weeks 1 day ago via brucelee
feedproxy.google.com – Scarlett Johansson stands nude at a mirror. Late at night, she regards herself impassively, taking in her curves, wondering what sort of power her naked form conveys. The scene in question is a pivotal moment in Johansson’s new film Under the Skin, where she plays an alien who saunters through ... 2 weeks 5 days ago via theothersenhman