Michael Mann, author of some of the best books on climate science (including The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy, The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines, and Dire Predictions, 2nd Edition: Understanding Climate Change) and discoverer of the…
Dr. Michael Mann, the Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State University and one of the nation’s top climate scientists announced that he was endorsing Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto in her effort to succeed...Show More Summary
Welcome back to Mailbag, a series about the sometimes weird, sometimes fun stuff we get in the mail. Today editorial director Josh Modell gets attached to the new definitive director’s edition Blu-ray of Michael Mann’s 1995 crime film Heat. Show More Summary
State Auditor Rebecca Otto is running for Governor of Minnesota. She will seek the DFL (Democratic Party) Endorsement. There are several other candidates either declared or likely to run, but Otto stands head and shoulders above all the others, especially in three areas: 1) Honesty and integrity in government. Otto has been recognized nationally by…
Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and director Michael Mann discuss 'Heat' with director Christopher Nolan. The discussion is featured on the restored 1995 classic, now on Blu-ray.
?Climate alarmist Michael Mann thinks the attacks on his climate science and his credibility are akin to Nazi persecution. Speaking at the May 13, commencement address of Green Mountain College, Penn State Meteorology professor Michael Mann borrowed and adapted the words of a Holocaust victim to describe himself.
(John Hinderaker) Today’s Dilbert cartoon sums up contemporary climate “science” very well. Click to enlarge: Does the climate scientist in the cartoon remind you of anyone? Yeah. Here is a photo of the notorious Michael Mann: Maybe Mann will add Scott Adams to his long-running lawsuit against Mark Steyn et al.
We revisit the 1995 classic on the occasion of its Definitive Director's Edition Blu-ray release. Read more...
Michael Mann’s broody pulp style has seeped into the groundwater of American pop culture so much that we often take for granted how influential his films are. Heat alone has influenced any number of subsequent action films, including The Dark Knight, The Town, and several others. This is partly because ... More »
Released in 1995, Michael Mann’s Heat has spent the past 22 years embedding itself into pop culture consciousness. It’s hard to think of a crime movie (or even a crime video game) made in the past two decades that doesn’t owe it some kind of debt. Show More Summary
Will Michael Mann's re-jiggering of his maligned 2015 work change any of its critics' minds? Read more...
"Heat: Director's Definitive Edition" is out Tuesday on Blu-ray. [ more › ]
Despite Michael Mann’s penchant for reworking his movies after their theatrical release, the new “Director’s Definitive Edition” of Heat merely upgrades the quality of its digital transfer. (The two lines of dialogue snipped from previous...Show More Summary
Over a year ago, Michael Mann signed a deal to launch Michael Mann Books. On the list of priorities from the start was a prequel to Heat. Detective Vincent Hanna (Al Pacino), Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro), Chris Shihirlis (Val Kilmer),...Show More Summary
Michael Mann is teaming up with author Reed Farrel Coleman to write a prequel for his 1995 action classic Heat.
The book will be published next year The post Michael Mann to Co-Write Heat Prequel Novel with Reed Farrel Coleman appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: After a long manhunt that involved months of interviews with substantial authors, Michael Mann has found his co-writer for the prequel novel to Mann’s landmark crime film Heat. Writing with Mann will be Reed Farrel Coleman,...Show More Summary
Filmmaker Michael Mann is now working on an eight-to-10 hour long miniseries based on Mark Bowden‘s (Black Hawk Down) upcoming non-fiction novel, “Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam,” due out this June. Bowden, who spent five years writing his new book, recounts the Tet Offensive. Show More Summary
As Deadline reports, filmmaker, TV artistic guru, and all-around creative mensch Michael Mann has acquired the rights to Hue 1968, Mark Bowden’s soon-to-be-published non-fiction book about the Tet Offensive, the campaign of surpriseShow More Summary
This should make some of you very happy. Read more...