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Click to enlarge• Vanity Fair Everything thats known about Jordan Peele's Get Out follow up Us and a nifty teaser poster for it to your left! Like Get Out it's going for a first quarter of the year release. Yes! We love it when films don't feel the need to open in October, November or December. 
Viacom on Younger's successful social media strategy
Coming Soon That didn't take long -- Focus Features has asquired Asghar Farhadi's Everybody Knows for distribution after its Cannes bow
Variety Empire star Jussie Smollet wants to be 'the black male Barbra Streisand,' adds directing to his repertoire of talents
MNPP Justin Theroux ten times
Deadline Nominations for the Golden Trailer Awards honoring the best in film marketing and promotion are out
IndieWire Terry Gilliam will be debuting his 20 years in the making The Man Who Killed Don Quixote at Cannes
MNPP fav movies of 1970 (since it's our year of the month, I was searching and now i'm linkin' up)
Boy Culture Madonna at the Met Gala - she performed!
THR will the Academy's wave of expulsions prompt more of the same. Some are happy, others claim "moral policing"
/Film Well, that negotiation took a long time. We've known that Quentin Tarantino wanted Margot Robbie to play the actress Sharon Tate (Roman Polanski's late wife, murdered by the Manson family) in his next film for an entire month. She's finally signed on.

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I don't even care was Us is about. I'm already there.

Re: Academy expulsions -- I don't know why this is even a discussion. No matter what one's contributions to the medium, membership is a privilege, not a guaranteed right, and considering that Polanski pled guilty to and Cosby was convicted of felony sex crimes, I'm confused as to why anyone would stan for them. Throw out the trash and let the collector take it away.

May 9, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterTroy H.

@Troy H

Hollywood is a literal House of Cards (no pun intended) where removing some notorious members will bring about the collapse of the whole thing. And legacy content from problematic people matters. I would hate the suppression of said legacy content for the sake of victim's feelings. The posterity of art is important. Hence availability instead of stumping out a livelihood just because.

May 9, 2018 | Unregistered Commenter/3rtful

/3rtful, I don't have the energy to explain to you everything wrong with your comment, but I will say that I was not advocating for suppression or erasure of anyone's past work.

May 9, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterTroy H.

Troy -- i don't think it's a question of people 'stanning for them'. I'm guessing some older members probably remember the stories of the McCarthy era and the Blacklist (which Hollywood has never lived down and they've made a million movies about how awful they were / that was) so people are genuinely worried about moral policing or people's careers being undone with a single finger pointed and that sort of thing.

Thankfully they haven't expelled anyone who was only accused of something... just people who were actuallly found guilty convicted or admitted guilt. or in Weinstein's case when the evidence piling up was an avalanche.

May 9, 2018 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

@Troy H - I'm in the same boat with you, on board for whatever Peele brings us - if his cast of N'Yongo, Duke, and Moss comes through all the more.

Also, I have heard criticisms of #metoo from many who feel that it is running rampant and ruining careers - but not from the perspective of anyone who still protests their innocence, mostly from people who have said "yes, I did that". Interesting.

May 10, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca

Well, Amazon won't enter Jeffrey Tambor for any awards so the times of the black list are alive and kicking.

May 10, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Love Madonna's performance at the Met Gala. It was such an artistic piece and her voice was incredible. I would really love for her to do something out of the box at this stage of her career - like something on Broadway.

May 10, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterTyson

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