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Pioneering LGBTQ Movies, Neil Jordan, Buster Keaton Make First Locarno Heritage Online Lineup

“Traveller,” the first major screen credit of “The Crying Games’” Neil Jordan, Canadian Denis Coté’s debut feature “Drifting States” and Arturo Ripstein’s “The Place Without Limits,” a 1977 Mexican LGBTQ movie, are three titles featured in the inaugural lineup of the Locarno Film Festival’s Heritage Online section. Another, 1954 Egyptian transgender comedy “Miss Hanafi,” underscores the wealth of discoveries offered […]

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Netflix Adaption of Mark Millar Comic 'Reborn' Lands Writer Bek Smith

Chris McKay (“The Lego Batman Movie”) is attached to direct Mark Millar’s Reborn Book One Up and coming screenwriter Bek Smith is set to write the screenplay adaptation for Mark Millar’s “Reborn” comic book set up at Netflix, according to an individual with knowledge of the project. Chris McKay (“The Lego Batman Movie,”) is attached to direct the project. Netflix […]

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Ben Affleck Writing, Directing Film About Making of ‘Chinatown’

Forget it, Ben. It’s Chinatown. Ben Affleck will dig deep into Hollywood history with an upcoming adaptation of “The Big Goodbye: Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood,” an inside look at the making of the film noir classic. The film has been set up at Paramount, which is only fitting given that it was that studio’s legendary head, Robert […]

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The real reason Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley hated kissing each other

Actors Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller began their professional relationship in the 2013 teen flick The Spectacular Now. They play the typical “opposites attract” characters who unexpectedly fall in love. These two then went on to play enemies in the dystopian science fiction Divergent series, but they might have gotten a head start on playing nemeses on the set of […]

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Superhero Video Games Forge Ahead While Feature Films Stall

Marvel released a beta version of its “Avengers” video game early to PS4 players Aug. 6 With the coronavirus pandemic killing so many people and creating tons of stress for everyone who has a soul, I’ve been turning to video games a lot lately. When I’m all frazzled and unable to sit still long enough for a movie or TV show, […]

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Tom Hanks In Early Negotiations for ‘Pinocchio’ Remake

If the ‘Bridge of Spies’ actor is signed on for the upcoming big-screen project, he will reunite with Robert Zemeckis who directed him in ‘Forrest Gump’ and ‘Cast Away’. AceShowbiz –Tom Hanks is set for yet another nice-guy role in Disney and director Robert Zemeckis’ live-action “Pinocchio” revamp. The Oscar winner, who is known as the nicest man in Hollywood, […]

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Nonprofit Report Slams Hollywood for "Normalizing" Self-Censorship of Films for China

A new report from the nonprofit PEN America slammed Hollywood studios and A-list directors for increasingly self-censoring its films “based on an effort to avoid antagonizing Chinese officials.” The report digs into the troubling signs that Hollywood self-censorship is become increasingly “normalized,” as the industry tiptoes around any subjects — like the erasure of Tibetan characters in Marvel movie Doctor Strange, or removal […]

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The real reason Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds regret their wedding

Actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively might seem like the perfect couple, but they’re no strangers to controversy. In fact, the Deadpool star is finally speaking out about why he regrets their 2012 wedding. The love-struck actors, who met on the set of Green Lantern in 2010, tied the knot at Boone Hall, a former slave plantation that was turned into a […]

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