Has speculation already started about who will play James Bond when Daniel Craig decides not to return to the tuxedo? Or is Hugh Jackman just throwing his hat into the ring early for a shot at portraying the secret agent?
Roland Emmerich receives the Crystal Quill award from the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles for his 10-year effort to make “Anonymous,” a movie due this month that posits the theory that the Earl of Oxford actually wrote the plays and poems...
I’ve just learned that Sony Pictures is making a hefty deal to acquire feature rights to Steve Jobs, the upcoming authorized biography by former CNN chairman and Time Magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson. I’m hearing the deal is $1 million against $3 million and that Mark Gordon will be the biopic’s producer.
As you may have noticed, we’re pretty excited about Banned Books Week here at Flavorwire — so much so, in fact, that we’ve been obsessing over prohibitions of other media. Since there’s no such thing as “Banned Movies Week” (yet!), we’ve assembled a dozen of the most famously banished movies of all time — here and abroad. Check ‘em out after the jump, and throw in your own in the comments.
Ignore what you read about Hollywood’s love affair with Barack Obama being over. It’s true that donations from the movie industry are down and that a few stars have said some harsh things about the President. But Hollywood’s relationship with Obama was always complex and it has evolved rather than ended. Psychologically, the two need each other more than ever.
Le Monde.fr - Les Editions Cahiers du cinéma publient un ouvrage de référence, "Fritz Lang au travail", qui tient à la fois du sommet d'érudition et du beau livre. Son auteur, Bernard Eisenschitz, est historien du cinéma, traducteur et acteur.
In August 1953, photographer John Vachon from LOOK magazine was granted unusual access to starlet Marilyn Monroe while on the Banff, Alberta set of "River of No Return." The negatives from these intimate photo sessions were then filed away for nearly 60 years -- until now, with the release of "Marilyn, August 1953: The Lost LOOK Photos" from Dover Publications.
Des réalisateurs, producteurs et photographes lancent un projet de film collectif sur la mobilisation des indignés qui agite la rue américaine. Une réponse du cinéma à l’impuissance des médias traditionnels.
If you are reading this blog, odds are that you a tech geek. If you also happen to be a cinephile, you may have seen all of the movies below. But for those of you that are looking to kick back and relax while watching a geek flick: break out the popcorn and check out the list of 40 movies that every geek must watch below...
David Jenkins speaks to the maverick American writer
Screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, 52, is the mind behind such eccentric, cerebral hits as ‘Being John Malkovich’ (1999), ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ (2004) and ‘Synecdoche, New York’ (2008), which he also directed. With his playful, paradoxical narratives and tendency to blur real and fictional concerns, he’s been dubbed the quintessential meta screenwriter, a true maverick who has managed to forge a niche within The System. He’s coming to London next week to take part in the Bafta and BFI Screenwriters’ Lecture Series, which will include presentations from other important contemporary screenwriters such as Guillermo Arriaga and Paul Laverty. Here, we asked him about some of the dos, don’ts and more don’ts of his very personalised trade.
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