George A. Romero, director of the legendary Night of the Living Dead, the equally legendary Dawn of the Dead, the not legendary but still good Day of the Dead, and countless other zombie entertainment, is trying something different. Very different. So different it’s a movie where zombies race cars to entertain rich…
Last week, we heard Hugh Jackman lament that he’d probably keep playing Wolverine if he could show up in an Avengers movie. Well, turns out he’s not the only actor who’s been in a Marvel Comics movie that wants in on the success of Marvel Studios—Fantastic Four’s own villain has joined the line.
Arrival is the kind of science fiction film we dream of. It’s got big stars, a bigger concept, and the longer it goes, the more it demands of its audience. The pacing is methodical, the story captivating, and filmmaking beautiful. You rarely have a clue where it’s going—but once it gets there, you won’t be able to get it out of your head.
Disney CEO Bob Iger didn’t reveal what the movie would be about, but he says a third Star Wars anthology flick is in the works for 2020. The post Cantina Talk: Rejoice! Another Star Wars Standalone Movie Will Land in 2020 appeared first on WIRED.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently finished filming for an upcoming movie on Edward Snowden where he plays the notorious whistleblower himself, but it seems that the Hollywood A-lister is not yet done with the former NSA employee. Today, Gordon-Levitt announced on Reddit that he is working on a new project with Snowden and – he wants you to be a part of it, too. Back in 2004, the actor founded his own production company HITRECORD where people can collaborate on various media projects. The company has recently become a platform for heated discussions on the role of technology in democratic societies and the whistleblower has decided to chime in with a video…
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The director’s first foray into book publishing is a deep-dive into the art of exploitation cinema marketing.
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