Teanna Trump Get Out Of Jail Party Teanna Trump is an adult film star who has made herself famous in 2016 by giving out videos for free on Snapchat and growing a massive following. However things hit a road block
EXCLUSIVE: Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to The Promise, the new film from Terry George about the Armenian genocide that had its world premiere in the fall at Toronto. Open Road, which acquired and distributed last year’sShow More Summary
"Is there just one thing you can say about her that is 'nice'?" Bleecker Street has released the trailer for an amusing indie drama titled The Last Word, from director Mark Pellington (Arlington Road, Mothman Prophecies,Henry Poole Is Here), starring Shirley MacLaine as an aging business woman who decides to craft her obituary before her death. Show More Summary
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by Jennifer Campbell Like Russian dash cam videos, clips of drivers sliding around on icy roads are a genre of entertainment unto themselves. With what may turn out to be an inch or two of snow currently making its way north toward Seattle,...Show More Summary
ESSEX ROAD III ? eight contemporary artists interpret a very particular part of London. Now in its third year, Tintype?s Essex Road invites eight artists to each make a short film connected to the mile-long north London street. Tintype?s...Show More Summary
Bora Barroso created a compilation of imagery from postapocalyptic movies, creating the ultimate depressing-yet-curiously-liberating vision of human doom. A Tribute to the Post-Apocalyptic Cinema. Films Used: - Mad Max Fury Road - IShow More Summary
Welcome to Springwood, bitch! The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise of course takes place in the town of Springwood, Ohio, which isn’t actually a real place you can visit. But while you may not be able to take a road trip to Springwood, you can find the original film’s iconic locations in the state of […]
Will Arnett is set to topline Show Dogs, the live-action family comedy being co-produced and co-financed by Open Road Films and Riverstone Pictures. Raja Gosnell is directing a script by Max Botkin. The pic, which just started shooting...Show More Summary
The Journal Times reports, “Assembly Speaker Robin Vos filmed an ambulance ride [link added] around Racine County to show the need for road repairs, as the debate over roads funding begins in earnest. Vos, R-Rochester, released the video...Show More Summary
The story of one film, two horror icons, and an army of screenwriters. Released in 1993, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday teased an epic battle that whet the appetites of horror fans. At the end of the film, Freddy Krueger’s glove appeared out of the ground and pulled Jason’s iconic hockey mask straight […]
It all came together in the end, but Jeff Bridges indicates it was a rocky road when filming Marvel Studios' first movie. The post Jeff Bridges & Robert Downey Jr Helped Re-Write Iron Man During Filming appeared first on CBR.com.
Last month, a crazy trailer called Mad Shelia took the Internet by storm. It’s a Chinese film that’s so blatantly a ripoff of Mad Max: Fury Road, it was kind of charming. Unfortunately, the trailer was only a minute—but now three more minutes have come online. Read more...
Trump’s choice for Treasury Secretary, former Goldman Sachs partner and film producer (American Sniper and Mad Max: Fury Road), said that mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should be released from the grip of the Federal government. The post Fannie, Freddie Soar After Mnuchin Comments (Duke Nuchin?) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Set for release in theaters and on VOD platforms December 2nd is Nicolas Pesce’s masterpiece, The Eyes of My Mother, a hauntingly beautiful and shockingly film that our own Fred Topel raved about, calling it “disturbed and twisted.”Show More Summary
Foreign filmmakers blatantly ripping off Hollywood movies is a tradition with a rich and storied history. Name an American film that had a sizable cultural impact over the past fifty years and you are guaranteed to find an unofficial Turkish or Italian remake lurking somewhere on the fringes of the industry. Show More Summary
It's common these days for small studios to make cheap direct-to-video films that are designed to remind people of big budget blockbusters. It's less common for the same thing to happen in China. However, the growing box office power apparently couldn't wait for a sequel to Mad Max: Fury...
"See how I kill you." Nothing like a Chinese ripoff to keep you warm this winter. A trailer for a film titled Mad Shelia: Virgin Road has been making its way around the web this week. The film is the first in a series, with the nextShow More Summary
Van flips motorcyclist off. Motorcyclist flips van off. Van throws bottle at motorcyclist. Motorcyclist throws rock at van, films it all, and somehow lets it get uploaded to YouTube where it quickly climbs close to a million views. Read more...
by Sean Nelson A great, weirdly relevant film, tonight at 7:30pm at NW Film Forum A couple weeks ago, I went to see the "Black and Chrome Edition” of Mad Max Fury Road and found it to be the only piece of art I’d witnessed that effectively addressed the prospect of life in post-Trump America. Show More Summary