Liam Neeson is most definitely my shit and this newest installment of the Key & Peele Liam Neeson Series is the greatest piece of cross-promotion in the history of the internet. Enjoy!
Key & Peele: What About “Non-Stop,” Though?:
If you’ve known me for any length of time than you’re probably aware of my deep love for the Australian film Animal Kingdom. So, it should come as know surprise to you that the release trailer for writer/director David Michôd’s long-awaited follow-up, The Rover, has me burst with giddy gritty cinema excitement. The film is based on a story by Michôd and Joel Edgerton and stars Guy Pearce, Robert Pattinson, Scoot McNairy, Susan Prior, Gillian Jones, Anthony Hayes, and David Field.
THE ROVER – OFFICIAL Teaser Trailer HD:
10 years following the collapse of society, a man will go to any lengths to take back the one thing that still matters to him.
For those Americans who just can’t make it till Sunday evening to get their Sherlock fix, check out Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat‘s Sherlock mini-episode which bridges the gap from season two’s finale to season three’s premiere. Enjoy!
Sherlock Mini-Episode: Many Happy Returns – Sherlock Series 3 Prequel – BBC One:
Sherlock has been gone for two years. But someone isn’t quite convinced that he’s dead…
the director’s cut of the short film for The New York Times T Magazine titled, Woodland. The film explores the Hollywood history of Woodland, the home of the legendary Robert Evans, producer of such films as The Godfather, Rosemary’s Baby and Chinatown to name but a few. Enjoy!
“Woodland” w/Robert Evans — Film by Dir. Robert Ascroft ++DIRECTOR’S CUT++:
Director: Robert Ascroft (www.robertascroft.com)
Producer: Robert Ascroft
Director of Photography: Michael Dwyer
Editor: Robert Uncles
2nd Unit Director: Brian Poillon
Visual Effects: Kash Macabre
Best Boy: Ryan Costa
Gaffer: Gordon Freeman
Music: Jonathan Geer & Chopin
I can forgive just about any movie if it has artfully crafted slow motion in it. So, it may come as no surprise that the parts in Wes Anderson films that always get me are the slow motion shots. No matter what I think of each individual film, they always make a bit misty-eyed. In honor of my cinematic emotional vulnerability check out Alejandro Prullansky‘s compilation of Wes Anderson‘s slow motion shots. Enjoy!
Watch the trailer for Marty Langford‘s documentary, DOOMED! The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s “The Fantastic Four”. A documentary on an unreleased Roger Corman movie based on shitty Marvel comic material? WHERE DO I BUY A FUCKING TICKET!?
DOOMED! The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s “The Fantastic Four”:
Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s “The Fantastic Four” is a feature length documentary tracking the history of the troubled 1994 Concord-New Horizon’s/Constantin Films’ “production, “The Fantastic Four”.
I know what you’re thinking, “The Wolf of Wall Street had an editor?” And while I admire and share your sarcasm, as I am the writer and editor of an entertainment blog, I’m obliged to inform you that yes, it did have an editor, and that editor, aside from Martin Scorsese, is Thelma Schoonmaker. In this fascinating DP/30 interview with David Poland she takes us behind the scenes of what it was like to cut the monstrous film. Enjoy!
DP/30: Thelma Schoonmaker cut The Wolf of Wall Street:
She is the editing room Ginger Rogers to director Martin Scorsese’s Fred Astaire. The Wolf of Wall Street is her 17th feature with Scorsese in a 47-year working relationship, during which time she has taken home 3 Oscars. She talks to David Poland about cutting Wolf, cutting down Wolf, and the process she and Scorsese have for taking down most of their films from 1st cut to release cut.
Studio executives Fox’s Jim Gianopulos, Universal‘s Donna Langley, Disney‘s Alan Horn, Paramount‘s Rob Moore and Sony Pictures Classics‘ Tom Bernard sits down with Kim Masters and Pamela McClintock to discuss the status of the film business and what lies ahead for the studios in the future for The Hollywood Reporter‘s roundtable series.
Studio Executive Roundtable Full Interview: