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Editor Lee Smith says he could only play with time so much in 'Interstellar' HitFix talks to "Interstellar" editor Lee Smith about his on-going collaboration with Christopher Nolan and how their latest provided some of their biggest challenges to date.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

Josh Boone Says Stephen King’s The Stand Will Be Four Movies On the Babble-On podcast Josh Boone, the director of The Fault In Our Stars, told Kevin Smith that he was working on adapting Stephen King’s 1168 page epic The Stand. Others have tried to boil the tale of good vs evil in a post-apocalyptic world into a single film, including Smith’s friend Ben Affleck. But something funny happened when Boone turned in his three-hour long script attempt… the studio execs asked if he had thought about doing it as a multi-part film series. The director says that Warner Brothers plans to adapt the novel into a four-part movie franchise.

'Interstellar' cinematographer on grounding Nolan's movie and shooting Bond on film HitFix talks to "Interstellar" cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema about grounding Nolan's film, working with practical elements, shooting on film for Sam Mendes' next James Bond feature and the ongoing film vs. digital debate.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

Warner Bros. Wants Josh Boone to Turn 'The Stand' into Four Movies Back towards the beginning of the year, The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone was tapped as the new director of Warner Bros. Pictures' gestating adaptation of Stephen King's novel The Stand. We'd heard that casting was eyeing Matthew McConaughey for a pivotal role in August, but since then there's been no word on any new names associated with the project. That may be because instead of a single film, the studio has decided they want Boone to make multiple films to properly adapt the novel.

International Box Office: Interstellar Dominates with $107.9 Million Interstellar dominated overseas with one of the best weekends we’ve had in months, bringing in $107.9 million from 63 markets currently showing it. We could call this the silence before the storm (read The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1) as far as competitors go, either way Interstellar is doing a fantastic job taking advantage of […] Read International Box Office: Interstellar Dominates with $107.9 Million on Filmonic.

Nolan Pens Interstellar Prequel Comic Warning: Interstellar SPOILERS follow.... Interstellar director and scribe Christopher Nolan has written a prequel comic for the film, titled Absolute Zero, that further explores the story of Dr. Mann and the Lazarus missions. During the film, it's revealed that Dr. Mann -- played by Matt Damon -- had survived his expedition to locate a new home for mankind.

Interstellar Comic Fills In Some Backstory For those who have seen the movie...If you emerged from seeing Interstellar with a load of questions pinging their way around your brain, you’re in luck. Well, not if you were hoping for some additional insight as to how the world got to be so dusty, but about another key element of the plot that, suffice to say heads into spoiler territory.

Paramount and AMC Theaters Want You to See All 169 Minutes of INTERSTELLAR as Many Times as You Want with an “Unlimited Ticket” I have mixed feelings about Interstellar, but I have no doubt that if you want to see it, you have to see it on the big screen (preferably IMAX).  And if you loved Interstellar, you probably want to see it again and again except ticket prices are ridiculously high.  Paramount and AMC Theaters are teaming up to solve this problem by offering an "Unlimited Ticket".  First, you have to be an AMC Stubs member (it's actually not a bad membership on its own), and then the cost of an unlimited ticket is $19.99 to $34.99 based on the location of the 330 participating theaters across the country.  If y

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Even More Set Photos For The Waynes' Murder From BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE What do you think about the photographs? Personally, I'm pleased to see that we are finally getting a origin that more closely resembles some sort of source material. But it's not just any source material, it's Frank Miller's famous gamechanger The Dark Knight Returns. Are you looking forward to this extremely respectful representation of Batman?

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