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Avi Lerner: I Was Wrong About ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

thewrap.com – Avi Lerner, the founder of Millennium Films and Nu Image Entertainment, admits that he made a mistake when it came to “The Wolf of Wall Street,” director Martin Scorsese’s edgy look at the sex-and-drug-filled 1980s stock market boom. “They came to me about six or seven years ago,” he told TheWrap. 5 years 42 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Interview: Margot Robbie Talks ‘Wolf of Wall Street’, Leo DiCaprio's Final Bedroom Scene, Meeting The Real Naomi & More

fb.indiewire.com – Two years ago, up-and-coming actress Margot Robbie was stuck in what she calls a “blessing in disguise”. Her first American TV show, ABC’s “Pan Am”, was cancelled after its first season, but on the upside her freed network contract allowed her to pursue parts in both Richard Curtis’ “About Time” and Martin Scorsese’s next directorial effort. 5 years 44 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Did Jack Have to Die in 'Titanic'? Mythbusters Say No

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hollywoodreporter.com – Long the subject of debate between moviegoers, the issue of whether Leonardo DiCaprio's character had to freeze to death is finally laid to rest. 7 years 5 weeks ago via jetli
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'Titanic' On the Set: How James Cameron Proved Everyone Wrong

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feedproxy.google.com – Kim Masters In 1997, THR's editor-at-large Kim Masters was a reporter for Time, invited to the Mexican set of an overbudget, late and much-maligned movie that had a dramatic backstory almost as good as its real one. 7 years 32 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Roger Ebert Floats First Review Of 'Titanic 3D,' Says 3D Conversion "A Shabby Way To Treat A Masterpiece"

fb.indiewire.com – While the jury was out before James Cameron's "Avatar" opened on whether or not 3D would be a one-time novelty or a new trend, the absolutely massive success of that film meant the format was here to stay. And while we could argue about whether or not it has been used artfully or simply as way to get a few more dollars out of your wallet (in case you missed it, we discussed that in depth right here) the bottom line is that with more than 25 movies arriving his year in three dimensions, those funky glasses aren't going away anytime soon. 7 years 39 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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'Titanic 3D' Moves To Midweek April 2

deadline.com – Paramount has moved Titanic 3D a couple days earlier to Wednesday April 4 from Friday April 6. James Cameron’s remastered 3D version of his 1997 worldwide megahit will get a head start on Friday openings of Universal’s American Reunion and Summit’s thriller The Cold Light Of Day. Paramount has also shifted A Thousand Words to March 9 from April 20 where the comedy will face Disney’s sci-fi epic John Carter and Open Road’s horror movie Silent House. 7 years 40 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Asia Gets Its First Look at 'Titanic 3D'

feedproxy.google.com – Leonardo DiCaprio was thrilled by spectacular visuals in the new "Titanic 3D" as much as he was amazed by the looks of his younger self, "Titanic" and "Avatar" producer Jon Landau said. 7 years 49 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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A Preview of James Cameron's 'Titanic' 3D Rerelease

comingsoon.net – Earlier this week, ComingSoon.net had a chance to watch roughly 18 minutes, essentially 8 key scenes, from James Cameron's Oscar-winning 1997 film Titanic , which has been converted into 3D for the film's rerelease in April 2012 to coincide with the 100th Anniversary of its sinking. The footage was followed by a short Q 'n' A session with the filmmaker and his producer Jon Landau to talk about the conversion process as well as the reasoning that went into doing this rerelease. 8 years 5 weeks ago via brucelee
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James Cameron promises to keep 'Titanic' intact with 3D release

feedproxy.google.com – The director and Lightstorm partner Jon Landau unveiled 17 minutes of the converted 1997 hit, dated special effects still included. 8 years 5 weeks ago via donnieyen
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