Late Summer Heat Wave

Late Summer Heat Wave

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Heat Index, August 3rd, 2010: Little Rock: 112° F Memphis: 118° F Inception: $201.7 M (in 19 days)


White Wedding Trailer

White Wedding Trailer

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The Trailer for White Wedding – was South Africa’s submission last year, apparently, not this year. Corrected by @guylodge on Twitter.


Oscar Flashback – The Rob Reiner Era

Oscar Flashback – The Rob Reiner Era

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I was taken aback when I saw the poster for the Flipped, the new Rob Reiner film out this Friday. ¬†The weird thing about it was that Rob Reiner’s name was nowhere to be found. ¬†The poster just said, “from the director of Stand by Me and When Harry Met Sally.” Granted, this movie isn’t aimed at film critics, adults, or the majority of film bloggers that dominate the chatter…


Lindsay Lohan as Linda Lovelace

Lindsay Lohan as Linda Lovelace

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Tyler Shields and JustJared have the first pics of Lindsay Lohan sexing it up to play Linda Lovelace. Lovelace made the term “deep throat” popular before Woodward used it as a nickname for his source during the Watergate scandal. The heavily drug addicted Lovelace eventually turned on the porn industry. Matthew Wilder directs, and the notorious Ms. Lohan stars. There is a slight chance it will actually be good. More…


News: Theron Joins Cody and Reitman, Day Lewis is Moriarty and Other News

News: Theron Joins Cody and Reitman, Day Lewis is Moriarty and Other News

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Charlize Theron will try on Diablo Cody’s dialogue for size in the next film by Cody and directed by Jason Reitman. ¬†Thanks to Kevin for that and the following link: In other news, Daniel Day Lewis will collect a nice paycheck to play Professor Moriarty, opposite Robert Downey, Jr. in the Sherlock Holmes sequel. – Still just a rumor. The Envelope’s Tom O’Neil talks up the Weinstein co. charmer, The…


Annie’s Change Rules, More Selective Voting

Annie’s Change Rules, More Selective Voting

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The Board of Directors of ASIFA-Hollywood has decided to limit voting for the Annie Awards to only qualified members of ASIFA-Hollywood who are animation professionals, said a recent email reminding potential voting members to apply by August 31 in order to qualify. The Annies have always been in the most potentially influential position in front of the Oscars. No other group has the same impact. And with animated films getting…


Testing the Power of Oprah and Julia

Testing the Power of Oprah and Julia

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Jeff Wells over at Hollywood-Elsewhere brings up the specific marketing tactics being employed for Eat Pray Love – a film that is taking the road less traveled when it comes to releasing films now. ¬†Usually, it’s been screened and buzzed up by now by the usual suspects who dominate the web chatter. ¬†We know that most of the loudest of these are male. ¬†They target a younger, mostly male demographic…


Checking in with Anton Corbijn and George Clooney

Checking in with Anton Corbijn and George Clooney

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Photographer Anton Corbijn’s photos of Clooney on the set of The American have so far been one of the highlights of 2010, whether the film becomes a contender or not. ¬†Artful, humorous, great publicity … if only every director did this.


Inception Tops Box Office for Third Straight Week

Inception Tops Box Office for Third Straight Week

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The Kids Are More than All Right

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Put Annette Bening and Julianne Moore at the top of this year’s Best Actress race, they are the heart and soul of The Kids Are All Right. They play a married couple that go through the same issues any other hetero married couple would go through. Bening with her devious but honest smile is a tour de force as Nic, a woman that only wants the best for her children,…

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The Toronto Film Fest unfurls September 4th through the 14th. New York kind of pulled an announcement coup, being the first major North American...

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This looks like it could do some serious damage in the Oscar race, non? Via The Film Stage: