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Nobody You Care About in Ben-Hur

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 23, 2016 17:18:09 August 23, 2016 17:18:09

In case you missed it, Paramount’s adaptation of Ben-Hur—already an iconic 1959 film starring Charlton Heston—sh*t the bed in a BIG way over the weekend, becoming one of the biggest flops of the summer. So, naturally, I went to see it. Full Story

Charlie’s “unique love story”

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 23, 2016 14:06:22 August 23, 2016 14:06:22
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Drake Doremus’s movies are always about love. Like Crazy was about love. And Equals was about love. And the people who are in love are young and hot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, his next movie is, once again, about love. And the stars of his next movie are really, really hot. Full Story

Blade Runner method-off

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 19, 2016 16:08:43 August 19, 2016 16:08:43
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They’re working on a Blade Runner sequel. As Sarah reported a few months ago, it was originally supposed to be released January 2018. Variety is now saying the movie is due October 2017 and that Jared Leto Full Story

Zendaya might be Spider-Man’s Mary Jane

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 19, 2016 15:07:32 August 19, 2016 15:07:32
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When Zendaya was first cast in Spider-Man: Homecoming, her character was identified as “Michelle” and it wasn’t clear how big her role would really be. But as the movie has been shooting over the summer, word got around that she is playing the female lead, though at Comic-Con Zendaya and director John Watts continued to refer to her as “Michelle”. Full Story

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Don’t Think Twice

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 18, 2016 17:04:22 August 18, 2016 17:04:22

Comedian Mike Birbiglia’s feature film debut as a writer/director, Sleepwalk With Me, is a fantastic film, and his sophomore effort, Don’t Think Twice, is even better. Birbiglia makes comedies about comedy about life, and the natural comparison would be to Woody Allen, a fellow New York comedian who writes and directs talky, adult-oriented comedies that are (supposed to be) metaphors for life. Full Story