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Whether you choose to overlook the accusations of whitewashing levied against Paramount’s upcoming Ghost in the Shell movie is entirely up to you, but there are certainly some who are rooting for the film to open doors for other anime projects. Studios aren’t exactly hot-spots for innovative thinking; if Ghost in the Shell bombs next weekend, there will no-doubt be executives at Paramount who claim the only real lesson is that American audiences don’t like Anime.

Akira: Lights Out & Life Helmers Eyed to Direct For years now, Hollywood has been attempting to tap into one of the last great sources of media to adapt: anime and manga. Recent years have seen the trend finally kick in, as Ghost in the Shell and Death Note movies are on their way. Of course, both of these films have come with plenty of controversy attached, as white stars are often substituted for the traditionally Japanese characters.

Akira: Lights Out & Life Helmers Eyed to Direct For years now, Hollywood has been attempting to tap into one of the last great sources of media to adapt: anime and manga. Recent years have seen the trend finally kick in, as Ghost in the Shell and Death Note movies are on their way. Of course, both of these films have come with plenty of controversy attached, as white stars are often substituted for the traditionally Japanese characters.

American Assassin Set for September Release Date The newest action-thriller franchise in the making, American Assassin, has been slowly building steam since the film found its star in Dylan O’Brien. Based on the ongoing book series by Vince Flynn, the film has been in development for several years now, and looked at stars like Bruce Willis and Chris Hemsworth to star as black ops agent Mitch Rapp.

Exclusive Clip: A Teen's Terrifying Realization in 'Before I Fall' Imagine if you're a popular high schooler facing a bright future, with your crew of loyal BFFs and a cute, perfect boyfriend topping it all off. Life is good, until... A deadly car accident changes your entire life.  This is the setup for Before I Fall, a sort of Groundhog Day-meets-teen-angst tale that has Samantha (Zoey Deutch) reliving the last day of her life over and over -- and over -- again as she tries to solve the mystery of her death and uncovers some not-so-perfect...Read MoreRead Comments

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Review: Before I Fall

JoBlo - Thu, 2017-03-02 09:04

PLOT: A popular teenager (Zoey Deutch) is doomed to relive the same, deadly, day over and over again when her and her friends, after bullying the school outcast, seemingly perish in a car accident. REVIEW: Based on the YA novel by Lauren Oliver, BEFORE I FALL takes the GROUNDHOG DAY formula, in which a selfish protagonist is forced to relive the same day over-and-over, and gives it a dark, teen-movie spin.... Read More...

For many years, filmmaker Ry Russo-Young was hustling on the indie circuit both as an actor and as a writer/director with her well-received second movie You Won’t Miss Me famously not being released until nearly two years after it premiered at Sundance.

Why Gore Verbinski’s Bioshock Movie Fell Apart Bioshock was a massive shot in the arm for first person shooter games back in 2007. At a time when the genre was focused largely on realistic, military themes, along came the world of Rapture with one of the most innovative FPS experiences in recent memory featuring arguably the most richly designed world in video game history.

Brian Herbert says it's official - Denis Villeneuve will direct Dune A little over a month ago, Denis Villeneuve's name came up in regards to a DUNE remake. The classic hero's tale, involving a desert planet and some giant worms, has had its fair share of attached directors over the years. If the following is to be believed, Legendary Pictures has finally found their man. Brian Herbert, author and son of Dune scribe Frank Herbert, Tweeted out the following in regards to... Read More...

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