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Chris Hemsworth is not a Movie Star

Sarah Posted by Sarah at April 25, 2016 19:18:33 April 25, 2016 19:18:33
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The Huntsman: Winter’s War opened over the weekend to a resounding, “No thanks,” from audiences with an estimated $20 million opening. For comparison, Snow White and the Huntsman opened in 2012 with $56 million. Given its reported budget of $115 million (haha, yeah RIGHT) and an aggressive ad campaign, Universal is looking at a loss on this one. Full Story

The Huntsman: Winter’s War is so bad it’s weird

Sarah Posted by Sarah at April 22, 2016 15:05:28 April 22, 2016 15:05:28
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I don’t think anyone actually expected The Huntsman: Winter’s War to be good, and it isn’t, so I’m not going to demand anyone spend money on this movie. But if you’re the curious type and/or you remember the charmingly bad sword-and-sorcery movies of yesterday, like Willow and Legend—or the better but still f*cking weird entries into the genre, like The Last Unicorn—then The Huntsman: Winter’s War offers a sort of nostalgia-infused trip back to a time when Hollywood liked making movies with magic and beasties, and was also doing copious amounts of blow in the bathroom. Full Story

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RDJ will be in Spider-Man: Homecoming because that’s the whole point

Sarah Posted by Sarah at April 21, 2016 20:11:56 April 21, 2016 20:11:56
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Spider-Man 3.0 is set to start filming in a couple months and the film is officially titled Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is overtly a nod to Spider-Man’s high school roots but also seems to be a meta commentary on his joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Zendaya was the first to join Full Story

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George Clooney, character actor

Lainey Posted by Lainey at April 21, 2016 15:40:13 April 21, 2016 15:40:13

Money Monster is coming out next month. It’ll be screened at the Cannes Film Festival. George Clooney is now starting to promote it with his 9th Esquire cover. And at the beginning of this interview, he’s actually credited with the magazine’s resurgence for the first time he was featured, in 1999. Full Story

Kanye and The Girl On The Train

Lainey Posted by Lainey at April 20, 2016 21:03:10 April 20, 2016 21:03:10

Did you read it? Some of you must have. It sold 3 million copies in the US alone and set a record for the most weeks at #1 in the UK. I’ve read The Girl On The Train several times. Last fall I interviewed Paula Hawkins, literally, 4 times in the space of a week, including a one hour session during a book festival. Full Story