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Harper Lee not only dramatically altered the conversation on race in America with her book “To Kill a Mockingbird,” but she also wholeheartedly approved of the 1962 film adaptation. Jeff Pirtle, the director of NBCUniversal archives and collections, cracked open the studio vault to share stories about Lee’s visit to the set during production. “She was just glowing about everything that had to do with the production,” Pirtle said. “She loved the script…She loved the casting of the two children, who were not professionals.

First Look At Adrianne Palicki's Mockingbird Suit In AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.; And, Yes, She's Blonde! Marvel have released the first official image of Adrianne Palicki in her tactical outfit now that she's once again working with S.H.I.E.L.D. Talking to the site, Costume Designer Ann Foley explained how this suit pays homage to the character's comic book origins. "It's important to me to keep certain elements, but we had to change it, obviously, for practicality, because it had to fit into our world. It had to have a kind of tactical feeling to it too so that it made sense in our universe.

Console Wars May Be First Video Game Movie That Doesn't Suck! Even the best video game movie comes with the qualifier that it’s good “for a video game movie.” Adapting video games into movies has confounded Hollywood for some two decades. Perhaps the solution isn’t to adapt the game itself, but to tell the story of video games themselves. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have optioned the rights to Blake J. Harris’s new book Console Wars, which tells the story of Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske and how he made Sonic the Hedgehog a household name and briefly dethroned Nintendo as the king of video games. read more

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Todd Stashwick Grabs Lead In 'Mockingbird' (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – Todd Stashwick, Audrey Marie Anderson, and Alexa Lydon has been set to star in Mockingbird, the Blumhouse thriller being made by Universal. 8 years 45 weeks ago via brucelee

Mockingbird

Posted January 31st, 2012 by Binh Ngo

A found footage thriller written and directed by Bryan Bertino, "Mockingbird" is about a couple who is given a video camera and must follow instructions given to them or someone is killed.

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'The Strangers' Director Bryan Bertino to Answer 'Mockingbird' Call

feedproxy.google.com – Bryan Bertino, director of the surprise 2008 hit The Strangers, is set to direct Mockingbird, a found-footage project he wrote for Universal Pictures. Paranormal Activity alum Jason Blum will be producing the project, whose roles have yet to be cast. 8 years 51 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Mockingbird

A found footage thriller written and directed by Bryan Bertino, "Mockingbird" is about a couple who is given a video camera and must follow instructions given to them or someone is killed.
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