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Daniel Gerson, Screenwriter On Monsters, Inc. And Big Hero Six Dies At Age 49 Screenwriter Daniel Gerson passed away on Saturday at the age of 49 after battling brain cancer. Gerson co-wrote Monsters, Inc. with Andrew Stanton and worked with Robert L. Baird and Dan Scanlon on Monsters University. He also teamed with Baird and Jordan Roberts for Big Hero Six. His previously assisted on features Chicken Little, Curious George, Cars, Meet the Robinsons and has credits for TV writing on Big Wolf on Campus, Misguided Angels and The New Addams Family. Gerson was working on Cars 3 when he passed away.

Christopher Nolan Teaming With Interstellar Cinematographer on Dunkirk From Inception and Interstellar to The Dark Knight Trilogy, the most recent films from director Christopher Nolan have certainly been big, bold and thought-provoking. The varied content of each project makes it hard to consider what might be next for the filmmaker – especially after a release date was announced for his new secret project. This was followed a few months later by the confirmation that his next feature – which he also penned – would be a WWII epic entitled Dunkirk.

DP Hoyte van Hoytema is Reteaming with Nolan for 'Dunkirk' Next Good news to report, Nolan fans! Nolan's new favorite cinematographer is coming back to work on his next film. Christopher Nolan is reteaming with Swiss cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema for his next film currently titled Dunkirk, about the Allied evacuation from Dunkirk, France during the early part of WWII. This isn't surprising at all and it's exactly what we expected for this production, but this is the first time we've seen confirmation.

TV: DC's Legends of Tomorrow "Blood Line" Review  For a show that was promoted as a time travel show there hasn’t been a whole lot of it in three episodes.  Once again we the setting is still 1975 with the team still trying to figure out how to take down Vandal Savage.  Just like the pilot episodes the story plot rotates between three stories with different partnerships of the team attacking the issues.  This episode broke the team up into the best pairings yet with Rip Hunter and Sara going after Vandal Savage’s financial wealth, Stein and Ray working together to save Hawkgirl, and the trio of Jax, Snar

Review: ‘Jane Got A Gun’ Starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton & Ewan McGregor To no one’s surprise, at least in the film industry, media world, and the savvy readers that pay attention, The Weinstein Company’s romantic action Western, “Jane Got A Gun,” once owned by Relativity Media before they fell into financial ruin, isn’t very good. To those that don’t play inside baseball, the litany of catastrophes that beset the production are long, and all of its ugliness spilled out into the press before a frame of footage was shot.

‘Jane Got a Gun’ Review: Natalie Portman Western Romance Hits Its Target In a movie-verse full of Katnisses, Black Widows and whatever that “Divergent” girl is supposed to be, pioneer homesteader Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman) doesn’t quite stand out as a superheroine. But when her husband Bill (Noah Emmerich) arrives home with five bullets in him, Jane’s resolve not to fall victim to his vengeful shooter overtakes her in a tale with more feeling than sense. That’s not exactly a dismissal.

Six Important Moments From DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow – Pilot Part 2 This article will contains spoilers for the most recent episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. . . . . . In the second part of the pilot for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow we saw some interesting time implications, some classic comic action and a shocker that we probably should have seen coming. Here are the important moments from the episode. 1 – The auction is an important moment because it starts the dominoes that need to fall to make everyone on the team realize how important it is to work as a team and to have a plan.

I Know Now Why You Shrug: The ‘Terminator Genisys’ Sequel Has Been Seemingly Cancelled And just like that, the Terminator franchise may be finally, officially dead. For now. Following poor box office, turgid reviews, and an audience response that amounted to little more than a shrug, Paramount has pulled the planned sequel to Terminator Genisys off its calendar. In its place is the upcoming Baywatch movie, which should allow you fully appreciate just how little faith the studio has in this once-mighty franchise. There is only one possible direction for this series to go next: a full-on remake in 2030 or so.

Mad Max: Fury Road’s George Miller Wins Best Director At The Critics’ Choice Awards Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller won best director at the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards yesterday. The film also took home a number of awards including Best Action Movie, Best Action Movie Actor and Actress wins for Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron and Margaret Sixel‘s win for Best Editing among others.

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