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The first in 10 years

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 8, 2015 19:40:13 October 8, 2015 19:40:13
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Disney just announced a slew of new release dates, and on the slate for 2018 is a sequel to Ant-Man titled Ant-Man and the Wasp. Evangeline Lilly plays Hope Van Dyne, who, at the end of Ant-Man, we saw get her own super-suit, setting her up to become the Wasp. Full Story

Who are you hugging, Mark Darcy?

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 8, 2015 19:12:22 October 8, 2015 19:12:22
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It’s called Bridget Jones’s Baby. And we know Bridget is pregnant. But who’s the father? The whole point is that they want us to think it might not be Mark Darcy’s. And since Patrick Dempsey has joined the cast, he could be possible baby father. So here’s Colin Firth on set in London today hugging a woman who may or may not be part of the scene, in his trademark Mark Darcy overcoat. Full Story

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Daniel Craig isn’t that grumpy

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 8, 2015 14:08:27 October 8, 2015 14:08:27
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Daniel Craig’s new interview with Time Out London is being excerpted all over the place. He says he’d rather “slash my wrists” than do another Bond movie. And that he doesn’t “give a f-ck” who gets cast to play Bond next. When I first read these quotes, I was like, Jesus Christ, what happened to his happiness? He’s actually not that crusty though. Full Story

Trumbo for Oscar?

Joanna Posted by Joanna at October 7, 2015 15:48:12 October 7, 2015 15:48:12
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(Lainey: a new trailer for Trumbo was released yesterday. Some people think Bryan Cranston could be a contender. He’s so well liked in Hollywood. And he would be the answer if voters don’t want to reward Eddie Redmayne two years in a row, can’t stand Johnny Depp, continue to deny Leo, and if Fassbender won’t play. Full Story

Winona of a certain time

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 7, 2015 15:23:08 October 7, 2015 15:23:08
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So happy to start the day with two of my favourites. First Carey Mulligan, now one of my all-timers, Winona Ryder who was at the premiere of Experimenter in New York last night. It was hard to find shots of her without those shock eyes. She seems to be opening them up extra wide in most of these pictures, and they’re already large and arresting to begin with. Full Story

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Rooney Mara feels really bad about this whole Tiger Lily thing

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 6, 2015 19:10:40 October 6, 2015 19:10:40
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Casting Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily in Pan is not a move that went over well anywhere, and since she’s doing press to promote the movie, which comes out this weekend, Mara is now answering questions about the casting and whitewashing of what should have been a high-profile role for a Native actress. Full Story

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Andy G & Michael Shannon in 99 Homes

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 6, 2015 16:12:32 October 6, 2015 16:12:32
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Ramin Bahrani’s latest film, 99 Homes, makes for an interesting companion piece to Spotlight and the lesser Sicario, in that all three films deal with disillusionment and the corruption of an idealized system. Spotlight examines the putrid rot at the core of an ancient organization that’s become more interested in silly hats than people, Sicario takes us through the decayed morality of the drug war, and 99 Homes is a nightmarish look at the predatory disenfranchisement of the economic collapse of the late aughts. Full Story

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Ellen Page joins the pointless remake crowd

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 6, 2015 15:07:23 October 6, 2015 15:07:23
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Remakes have been a part of cinema from the beginning—The Wizard of Oz is a remake—so I’m not going to waste my time complaining about their existence. Movie remakes happen, they’re part of the cinematic landscape. Fine. But if we’re going to remake movies, especially if we’re going to rely on them as staples of the studio slate and not just occasional one-offs, then we need some ground rules, because this sh*t is getting out of hand. Full Story

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