Month: April 2011

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Franco Nero in Sergio Corbucci’s Django (1966) HitFix has what looks to be some well-sourced and thoroughly researched information about Quentin Tarantino’s next film, previously described as “A Southern” — a frontier revenge tale set in the post-Civil War South. ...

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“An animated filmography of Stanley Kubrick, remixing each of his films and interpreting them through color, typography, patterns and symbols.” After the cut, a few Chicago scenes photographed by Kubrick for LOOK magazine between 1950 and 1955.

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(thanks Jun!)

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I think not. Though Brad Brevett at RoS finds this rather baffling news on Blu-ray.com: Blu-ray MoviesFrench distributors EuropaCorp have announced that they will release on Blu-ray acclaimed director Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life (2011), starring Brad Pitt (Twelve ...

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via BroadwayWorld Amongst the shows with multiple nominations were THE BOOK OF MORMON with 12, ANYTHING GOES with 10, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE with 7, BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO, CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, SEE ROCK CITY & ...

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dutifully reporting: The 2012 Golden Globe Awards Wednesday, November 8, 2011: Cecil B. Demille Award Announcement Thursday, December 15, 2011: Nominations Announced Sunday, January 15, 2012: Awards Ceremony 2012 British Academy of Film and Television Awards Tuesday, January 17, 2012: ...

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Full-size after the cut. (thanks to Glenn at StalePopcorn)

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(thanks PaulH)

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We usually simply lists of awards winner down to the most essential info, so it can be scanned at a glance. But since so many of the titles and filmmakers at Tribeca might be unfamiliar to most of us, the ...

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Via DisneyParks where you can see these in high-res, a “two-part layout in May issues of O ‚Äì The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, InStyle and People, Johnny Depp appears as Captain Jack Sparrow joined by his friend, the legendary performer, ...

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Still sharing frustration with our UK readers over yesterday’s bad news about The Tree of Life release date roadblocks, so hope this temporarily relieves the pain. “Acclaimed Spanish writer/director Pedro Almod√≥var returns with his latest film THE SKIN I LIVE ...

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(screenrant) Hi Ho Silver! Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger and Johnny Depp as Tonto? yes, please. Deadline got the exclusive scoop, which amounts to this: “The Social Network’s Armie Hammer is in early talks to star opposite Johnny Depp ...

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UPDATE: Here’s the new one. (Thanks Danny!) Moved the trailer we’ve previously seen after the cut.

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A more traditional poster for The Tree of Life stirs ripples across generations by invoking another Brad Pitt movie about fathers and sons: A River Runs Through It. (full-size after the cut) Brief samples from Alexandre Desplat’s score can be ...

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Lindsay Lohan has set a goal for herself, to win an Oscar by the age of 30. ¬†I think she should set her goals much higher than that. ¬†How about a Bachelor’s degree? Or a Master’s? ¬†Medical school? Humanitarian aid? ...

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First look provided by Patrick Heidmann (who sourced it here). Moore plays Palin in the upcoming Game Change.

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Disappointing news I’m sorry to report for all our UK readers. Hard to understand why Icon would try to push for a pre-Cannes release date when Summit was clearly never going to allow that to happen. The film was originally ...

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Directed by John Madden (Shakespeare in Love) with Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, Helen Mirren, Ciaran Hinds and Tom Wilkinson. In 1965, three young Israeli Mossad agents on a secret mission capture and kill a notorious Nazi war criminal. Now, thirty ...

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<iframe title=”YouTube video player” width=”600″ height=”355″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/5g6f6NZ49yw” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> The BAFTA Television Awards will be held May 22. Full list of nominees on the official site. Drama series Being Human ‚Äì Rob Pursey, Philip Trethowan, Toby Whithouse, Colin Teague (BBC3/Touchpaper ...

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From director Tarsem Singh, who brought us the visual splendor of The Fall. Synopsis and posters after the cut. (via thefilmstage) UPDATE: Trailer 2

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