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Helen Mirren Targets Live Action Disney Nutcracker

Three-time Academy Award nominee Lasse Hallström is directing The Nutcracker and the Four Realms The post Helen Mirren Targets Live Action Disney Nutcracker appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Inner City: Denzel Washington Eyes Dan Gilroy Feature

The two-time Academy Award winner would team with the Nightcrawler writer and director The post Inner City: Denzel Washington Eyes Dan Gilroy Feature appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Costume Designer Colleen Atwood on Working With Eddie Redmayne

Three-time Academy Award winner Colleen Atwood has designed costumes for all manner of celebrities, but her latest partnership related to the wizarding world is with one Eddie Redmayne. E! spoke to Atwood about working with Eddie on set of The Huntsman: Winter’s War.  Apart from being a great person, Atwood said he’s interested in the process of...read more!

Double Emmy Nominee Derek McLane on ‘Hairspray Live’, Lady Gaga And ‘The Wiz!’

When I sat down early this week with Derek McLane, nominated for his sets for both the 2016 Academy Awards and NBC's presentation of The Wiz Live!, I took out my camera to shoot some candids as we conversed. McLane suggested we switch...Show More Summary

Jóhann Jóhannsson to Score New Blade Runner Sequel

Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson has been tapped to score the new, Denis Villeneuve-directed Blade Runner sequel, Iceland Monitor reports. Jóhann, whose Theory of Everything score was nominated for an Academy Award and won a Golden Globe in 2015, revealed the news during an interview on Iceland’s RÚV radio station. Show More Summary

‘The Departed’ TV show is an awful idea … and a great one

In 2006, Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed” was an absolute revelation. Telling a bloody, foul-mouthed tale of gangsters and undercover cops, it provided visceral, popcorn thrills while earning four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. As Jack Nicholson’s Frank Costello would say: “They call that a paradox.” Now, Warner Bros. and Amazon are teaming up to turn […]

What This Haitian Priest Can Teach The Rest Of Us About Faith

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Father Joseph Philippe has the kind of vision and indomitable spirit that might earn someone a Nobel Peace Prize or an Academy Award. But his name probably isn’t one many have heard before. That may change, though, with the release of...Show More Summary

International Trailer Hits For FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

A new international trailer is now online for the much-anticipated adventure Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which is an all-new adventure returning us to the wizarding world created by J.K. Rowling. Academy Award winner Eddie...Show More Summary

New on Blu-ray: PATCH ADAMS (1998)

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Brooklyn (The Movie)

Saoirse Ronan is that good in this movie. I know, I know, “Brooklyn” came out last year, was trumped-up as being Oscar-worthy, might have been nominated and even won, but I’ve given up on the Academy Awards, what was once a ritual can...Show More Summary

Newswire: Ben Affleck to direct and star in Witness For The Prosecution remake

As reported by Variety, Ben Affleck is in talks to direct and star in a remake of Billy Wilder’s 1957 Agatha Christie adaptation Witness For The Prosecution. The original film was nominated for six Academy Awards, so this project could be a return to the prestige of Argo-era Affleck. Show More Summary

Inside the stop-motion magic of ‘Kubo,’ which looks like a lock for an Oscar nod

  IF THE new film “Kubo and the the Two Strings” receives an Academy Award nomination — and I believe it likely will — there is one scene that will be one of the main reasons. It is early in the film, when Kubo is being established as a boy artist whose origami animals seem to come […]

MoMA's ninth annual Film Benefit to honor Tom Hanks on November 15

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

The Museum of Modern Art?s 2016 Film Benefit, presented by CHANEL, will honor Academy Award?winning actor Tom Hanks on November 15. Winner of the 1993 and 1994 Best Actor Oscars for Philadelphia (1993) and Forrest Gump (1994), Mr. Hanks...Show More Summary

The Players Tribune turning Vernon Turner’s life story into movie

If you’ve dreamed of the day when Derek Jeter might stand on the Dolby Theatre stage and accept an Academy Award, that day might yet happen. Jeter’s media company The Players Tribune is expanding from the online page to the cinema screen...Show More Summary

Will Natalie Portman Ever Do Another Marvel Movie? Here's What She Says

When asked if she would be returning as Jane Porter in the MCU anytime soon, the Academy Award winner gave a surprisingly blunt and honest answer.

Russell Crowe’s Gladiator Gets A Huge Thumbs Down In Brutal New Video

Gladiator won Best Picture at the Academy Awards once upon a time. Surely, that means there's nothing really wrong with the movie. Yeah, right.

The Film Industry's Problem Of Gender Inequality Is Worse Than You Think

If you know your Oscars trivia, you can probably answer this question: Who was the first female filmmaker to win the Academy Award for Best Directing and when? If you answered Kathryn Bigelow on March 7, 2010, you'd be right. To date,...Show More Summary

Newswire: Allegations emerge that Sausage Party was more like a sausage sweatshop

Reports of conflict between the producers of CGI-heavy films and the VFX artists who bring those effects to life bubble up every few years. Recently, effects artists protested the 85th Annual Academy Awards, where Ang Lee failed to mention...Show More Summary

The La Mirada Symphony’s Golden Clef Awards Honors Roy Disney

On August 20th, honoring legendary Academy Award winners Shirley Jones and Paul Williams, The La Mirada Symphony Golden Clef Awards will also present a special tribute to Roy Disney including a screening of DESTINO and a lively presentation by Dave Bossert covering that historic short and the SILLY SYMPHONIES, FANTASIA and FANTASIA 2000. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Be afraid, be very afraid of The Fly’s 30th anniversary

Thirty years ago today, David Cronenberg unleashed a horrific tale of science gone wrong, a body-horror masterpiece that freaked out audiences, earned an Academy Award for makeup, and is often held up as a “remake done right.” The Fly was loosely based on the 1957 story by George Langelaan and the 1958 film of the same name. Show More Summary

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