Erik Anderson will be covering the San Francisco Film Fest where skirmishes are expected to erupt from June 17th – 27th. Erik has posted a preview of probable hot spots at ICSFilm.org, and we’ll be featuring items of interest developments unfold. During the 11 days of the Frameline34 Film... (Read More)
More long lens set photos of Water for Elephants, this time a few pics of Robert Pattinson (cue screams) — courtesy of ONTD:
Pixar escalates its relentless crusade to put smiles on our faces. (via Slashfilm)
TV isn’t obligated to perform a public service. Entertainment series that don’t try to tackle sticky issues or have deep social impact can still be worthwhile. But wow, when other institutions are so badly dropping the ball on the advancement of American culture, it’s truly wonderful to find a... (Read More)
I surrender. Have resisted any interest in this movie until tonight, but must admit this looks like quite a lot of fun.
Dangerous Liaisons – starring three overdue actors, directed by one overdue director. Winning an Oscar is usually a combination of factors at play. ¬†It doesn’t have to do with the specific performance so much as it has to do with timing – not just individual timing, but the timing... (Read More)
Our favorite photographer-turned-director, Anton Corbijn, posted more gorgeous shots of George Clooney on the set of the American.
No, that’s not Flasher Ken and Bellhop Barbie. It’s Seth Rogen and Jay Chou as The Green Hornet and Kato. These action figures are actually unironically earnest enough to be sort of deadpan hilarious, and that feels like a pretty good fit for Michel Gondry and the “action comedy”... (Read More)
[UPDATE: Frank Marshall tweets: "The rumor about INDY 5 is completely false. Nothing has changed, we are not shooting next year and still in the research phase..."] In a tale whose origins are as vague and mysterious as the Hoodoo Sea itself, Dark Horizons links to an unsourced story... (Read More)