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The Salt of the Earth

Although best known as the director of such celebrated films as "Kings of the Road," "Paris, Texas," "Wings of Desire" and "Until the End of the World," filmmaker Wim Wenders has also carved out a second career for himself as a documentarian with a special focus on artistic endeavors and the people behind them. Show More Summary

‘Dope’ Teaser Trailer: First Look At Sundance 2015’s Biggest Buy

Open Road Films and Sony Pictures scored one of the highest-profile and largest deals of the Sundance Film Festival this year when they won a bidding battle for Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope. The deal is worth $7 million in minimum guarantee, with a $15 million P&A. Show More Summary

Thunder Road Nabs Film Rights to The Detainee

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Thunder Road and Film House Germany has picked up the movie rights to Peter Liney’s The Detainee. Screenwriter Grant Pierce Myers has been hired to adapt the novel for a script. This dystopian fiction novel, the first in a trilogy, was written for adult readers. Show More Summary

This is what Crossy Road looks like in first-person

Crossy Road is fun and addictive. But in first-person, it’s mostly frightening. YouTube user Andy Front Films likes Crossy Road so much he decided to show off what it would look like in first-person. If crossing roads quickly and watching around for cars and trains, all of this as the camera chases you felt intense […]

Paul Walker's 'Furious 7' Role Completed with Old Franchise Footage

It's been a long road for Furious 7 to make it to theaters next week. While the film was meant to be fasttracked for a release last year to follow closely behind Fast & Furious 6, the film was struck with the tragic death of leading man Paul Walker, one of the stars of the original film that kicked off this ongoing action franchise. Show More Summary

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Will Rock the Croisette as Cannes 2015 Film

Holy crap! Cannes has announced that one of the main films playing at the 68th Festival de Cannes this May will be George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road - playing out of competition of course. This bodes will for the kick ass new Mad Max movie, that looks increasingly awesome the more and more we see in trailers. Show More Summary

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ To Screen In Cannes Official Selection, Out Of Competition

There had been speculation that George Miller’s anticipated reboot of his classic post-apocalyptic franchise might do opening night honors at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Now we know that Mad Max: Fury Road will indeed make a pit-stop in Cannes, but on the day after the event opens. Show More Summary

?petra collins on empowering young girls and freeing her body with dance

Last year American photographer Petra Collins embarked on a road trip across America's southern states to capture young female dancers on film.

Bella Thorne Squirrels Away ‘Chipmunks 4? Role; Three Join ‘Pilgrimage'; 108 Media Acquires ‘Below Dreams’

Bella Thorne has joined the cast of Fox’s sequel Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip. Walt Becker is directing the fourth film in the animated/live-action franchise, which is set for release December 23. In the film, a series of misunderstandings...Show More Summary

John Williams To Record "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Score In Los Angeles

This will be the first film in the saga not to be recorded at Abbey Road by the London Symphony Orchestra.

Sean Penn's new movie bombs at theaters

Sean Penn's latest movie, "The Gunman," bombed at theaters this weekend. The film was the 54-year-old actor's turn at attempting his own action thriller. Instead, the movie debuted to $5 million. The Open Road Films production cost as much as $40 million to make, according to the LA Times. Show More Summary

Hollywood actor Viggo Mortensen explains why he loathes Jose Mourinho [Grantland]

Hollywood actor Vigo Mortensen – star of such films as Lord of the Rings, A History of Violence and The Road – is a massive football fans. Mortensen professes affinity for several teams, but his first love is the Pope’s team, Argentine club San Lorenzo. Despite his busy schedule what with filming his movies, Mortensen […]

Oskar Rodriguez: His Road to Hulu's East Los High and Beyond

Oskar Rodriguez is tired, but smiling with excitement. He is currently filming season 3 of the web-series East Los High. The actor portrays Omar on the Hulu Original teen drama. The English-language series has become increasingly popular...Show More Summary

Why Mel Gibson Isn't In The New 'Mad Max'

Warner Bros. turned a Monday night screening of "The Road Warrior" at the South by Southwest Film Festival into one of the fest's biggest geek attractions: the studio had director George Miller flown in from his native Australia to participate...Show More Summary

Two New International Trailers For 'Mad Max: Fury Road'

Warner Bros. Pictures has released two new international trailers for "Mad Max: Fury Road." The film is the fourth in the franchise’s histor and stars Tom Hardy (“The Dark Knight Rises”) in the title role of Max Rockatansky, alongside Oscar® winner Charlize Theron (“Monster”, “Prometheus”) as Imperator Furiosa. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Mad Max: Fury Road Will Be One of Our Favorite Films This Year

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Exhilarating tales of George Miller's screened scenes at SXSW hit the interwebs.

Jimmy Kimmel’s “Lie Witness News” Takes on SXSW & Fake Bands That Don’t Exist

Jimmy Kimmel has taken his show on the road to SXSW where Austin, Texas is currently enjoying musical performances and film premieres. No stranger to bringing mockery to a popular event, his latest “Lie Witness News” segment focuses on… The post Jimmy Kimmel’s “Lie Witness News” Takes on SXSW & Fake Bands That Don’t Exist appeared first on Highsnobiety.

First Look: Pee-Wee Hits the Road in ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday’

Paul Reubens, aka Pee-Wee Herman, has begun filming his third feature film. It’s called Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday and it’ll be coming to Netflix in the future. John Lee (Inside Amy Schumer, Broad City) is directing the latest road trip movie and Herman has begun blogging about the experience. Show More Summary

George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy, gets MPAA rating

"Oh, what a day! What a lovely day!" And what a lovely day it is, indeed. If your level of excitement for George Miller's MAD MAX: FURY ROAD has been through the roof as we edge closer to the films May 15 release, you'll probably be super stoked to learn that the MPAA has just hit the film with a hard R-rating. The reasoning for the R-rating?... Read More...

Chupacabra Road Trip

A blast from the past! Paul Kimball of Red Star Films has posted footage of a trip we made to Puerto Rico in 2005, in search of the truth of the Chupacabra. This was the second of now many trips to Puerto Rico I've made in search of the creature, the most recent in 2013. And all of which will be discussed in my book, "Chupacabra Road Trip," coming in September.

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