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7:53 AM - Friday, December 19, 2014
4 hour ago - Screen Rant / Ben Kendrick
Annie (2014) lands in an uninventive middle ground - it isn't necessary (or an improvement) but it isn't a total disaster either.
7 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Scott Feinberg
The televised ceremony also featured a performance by 'Paddington' best original song Oscar hopefuls Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefaniread more
7 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
The new-look Annie hints at a progressive take on a well-worn story, but smothers its likable cast under clich�s, cloying cuteness, and a distasteful materialism.
7 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Though somewhat overwhelmed by its own spectacle, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies ends Peter Jackson's second Middle-earth trilogy on a reasonably satisfying note.
7 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Austin Siegemund
Gender reversals, 'The Interview' jokes and a new spin on Yoda in Thursday's installment of the LACMA Film Independent seriesread more
4 hour ago - Cine-Vue / Cinevue Uk
For a filmmaker responsible for an insightful opening of the curtain of an arts institution like he does on Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) in The Great Museum (2014) it was grounding when CineVue chatted to Johannes Holzhausen on Skype . . .
7 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
In this enchanting new story from the Academy Award-nominated director of The Secret of Kells, Ben and his little sister Saoirse<the last Seal-child<must embark on a fantastic journey across a fading world of ancient legend and magic in an atte . . .
4 hour ago - l Articles
A recent interview with MTV seems to answer that question. Read the full article on AICN Michael Bay & Co. rebooted the bigscreen TRANSFORMERS franchise with last Summer’s AGE OF EXTINCTION, the fourth entry in the live action film saga . . .
21 hour ago - NPR
It's difficult to know what pulling The Interview from theaters will cost Sony Pictures. Estimates vary widely and Sony hasn't announced whether it will pursue an alternative plan to release the film. At a minimum, though, the $45 million Sony . . .
18 hour ago - Movie, TV, DVD, Blu-ray News - MovieWeb
Alan Rickman directs his second feature film 'A Little Chaos', which has released a trailer featuring Kate Winslet. [...]
23 hour ago - Film Junk
Within their circle of comedian friends, James Franco and Jonah Hill are the two actors that have been the most successful launching serious acting careers, both earning critical acclaim for several of their non-comedic performances. However, u . . .
7 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Alex Ritman
The legendary composer says he turned down the chance out of respect for Sergio Leoneread more
7 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Patrick Brzeski
The event's film and TV market attracted a record 4,836 attendees and 1,281 companies, reflecting broader growth in Asian entertainmentread more
7 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Dumb and Dumber To does have its moments, but not enough of them -- and the Farrelly brothers' brand of humor is nowhere near as refreshingly transgressive as it once seemed.
12/17/2014 - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
The new trailer for NBC’s Parks and Recreation comes from the future, and we don’t mean January 2015 when the seventh and final season kicks off. We mean the year 2017, a strange time when Tom Haverford is a mogul and Gary is called Terry. Watc . . .
8 hour ago - The Guardian / Ben Beaumont
Sony executive at the heart of the leaked emails met with the civil rights activist to discuss battling an ‘exclusionary, almost all-white hierarchy’ in HollywoodSony pictures hack: the timeline so far Continue reading...
5 hour ago - Vulture / David Edelstein
With his incomparable Mr. Turner, Mike Leigh continues to make other directors look simpleminded. His frequent collaborator Timothy Spall embodies the great early-19th-century seascape painter J.M.W. Turner, a stout little Cockney in a top hat . . .
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