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Jan252014

Mr R Will Link You Now

Variety a filmmaker accidentally takes his parents to Nymphomaniac, the secret screening at Sundance
Cinema Blend 50 Shades of Grey gets one of those exceptionally lazy and ubiquitous 'back to camera in silhouette' teaser posters. THIS MUST END. Every time a studio releases one of these I fear a mass suicide by graphic designers. (This is all they ever get to do now?)
/Film Rupert Sanders to direct live action remake of Ghost in the Shell 


The Carpetbagger Oscar's track record with black filmmakers 
i09 images from the making of The Ten Commandments including oil painting makeup tests
The New Yorker 50 Years of Dr Strangelove 
Cinema Blend Attack the Block's lead actor gets a plum role: Olympian Jesse Owens in the biopic Race

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Reader Comments (3)

I hope that live-action movie of "Ghost in the shell" doesn't end up:
A) white-washed
B) making the leading characters caucasian and the supporting ethnic
C) being made, because what's gonna happen is either A) or B)

January 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMe34

Variety's article is a must-read.

January 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Hmm... I really want a Jesse Owens biopic or even just focusing on the aspects/procedurals during 1936 Berlin Olympics but Stephen Hopkins? That title? I just don't know.

January 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterCMG

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