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12 items from 2016


Bryan Cranston Used to Work as a Carny

11 February 2016 6:13 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

From his hilarious performance as Hal in Malcom in the Middle to his career-making portrayal of Walter White in Breaking Bad, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone not familiar with the amazing work of Bryan Cranston. However, there are some interesting facts about him that even the most enthusiastic fan might not know. Here are 12 things you might know about Bryan Cranston. Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images 1. He almost didn’t get the part of Walter White—Both John Cusack and Matthew Broderick were first offered the part of Walter White, but both actors turned it down. AMC was initially

Bryan Cranston Used to Work as a Carny »

- Chris King

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‘Deadpool 2′ incoming – to feature Cable *Spoilers*

10 February 2016 3:35 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

This week has seen a flurry of online reports regarding Deadpool and the possibility of a sequel… So why not just go to the cinema to watch the first film? Where, in the Second post-credits sequence – not screened for critics but included with nationwide prints of the film – Deadpool himself reveals that there will be *Spoilers* a Deadpool 2 and it will feature Cable.

Beware Post-credit Spoilers Below!!

The post-credits sequence screened for critics is a riff on Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, with Deadpool stepping out from a room on to the landing of a house in a dressing gown identical to the one Matthew Broderick wore in the classic John Hughes film. A la Ferris, he walks up to the camera and asks what the audience is still doing here. He then goes on to poke fun at Marvel Studios stings, askng fans if they were expecting Samuel L. Jackson »

- Phil Wheat

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12 of cinema's biggest and most expensive film sets

9 February 2016 4:08 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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We celebrate a century of huge and expensive film sets, from historical epics to sprawling fantasies and sci-fi action movies...

The advent of cinema saw the art of set design gradually spread its wings from the relative confines of the theatre. As movies established their own language and became ever more ambitious in the early part of the 20th century, so set designers were called on to create increasingly expansive and more detailed backdrops.

As the list of movies below proves, the construction of huge sets has been a  major part of cinema for the past century. And with scale comes expense, as the recreation of ancient landmarks, futuristic cities or doomed ocean liners takes hundreds of artists, designers and crafty types months of labour to plan and construct. Often, these sets are on the screen for a few scant minutes before they're torn down and largely »

- ryanlambie

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Manchester by the Sea | 2016 Sundance Film Festival Review

5 February 2016 3:00 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

The Fire Last Time: Lonergan’s Austere Portrait of Razed Emotions in Chilly New England

Kenneth Lonergan musters yet another masterful portrait of pervasive trauma with his third feature, Manchester by the Sea, a muted New England melodrama which feels like a brotherly companion piece to the director’s feature debut sixteen years prior, You Can Count on Me (2000). Considering the dramatic development of his sophomore feature, the superb Margaret (which filmed in 2005, and after several publicized edits, at last received a release in 2011), we should be thankful his latest hasn’t been subjected to similar agitation. Commanded by a profound, melancholy performance from Casey Affleck, this latest is a subdued, languorous drama exploring the troubled future of a Boston family when a recent death in the family causes floundering skeletons to surface. Though this isn’t nearly as emotionally thorough or ambitiously monumental as either of the auteur’s first two titles, »

- Nicholas Bell

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Review: Casey Affleck's amazing work anchors fest best 'Manchester By The Sea'

27 January 2016 12:20 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Grief is a terrible animal, red of claw and tooth, and once it gets hold of you, there is no way of knowing what it will do to you. Over the last year, I've watched a dear friend of mine struggle with back to back losses of two of the most important people in her life, and at times, I've genuinely worried that it would be too much for her to take. This is a strong, vibrant person, and grief landed on her in a way that very nearly crushed all of that joy and vitality right out of her. I've had my own bouts with profound sorrow over the last year as a result of the end of my marriage, and while I feel like I've reached the other side of all of that, I remain shaken by just how damaged I was by things. For the first time in my adult life, »

- Drew McWeeny

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Super Bowl Commercials: Why Madison Avenue Is Late To This Year’s Game

26 January 2016 8:35 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Super Bowl 50 will no doubt kick off on time, but another game that has regularly taken place in the weeks before the big event has started late.

In 2011, Volkswagen reversed years of Super Bowl advertising strategy by deciding to make a clever commercial slated to appear in the Super Bowl available on YouTube the week before the game. The spot featured a young boy marching around as Darth Vader to the strains of “The Imperial March” from “Star Wars,” and its early appearance put a hot spotlight on the effects social media can have on the national conversation, winning new notice for both the automaker and its ad agency at the time, Deutsch.

Since that moment, Super Bowl marketers have launched promotional salvos earlier and earlier. In 2013, Jaguar unleashed a “teaser” commercial that highlighted the themes it would present in Super Bowl Xlviii. Web-services company GoDaddy started calling attention to »

- Brian Steinberg

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Daily | Sundance 2016 | Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By The Sea

24 January 2016 11:33 AM, PST | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

"The persistence of grief and the hope of redemption are themes as timeless as dramaturgy itself," begins Variety's Justin Chang, "but rarely do they summon forth the kind of extraordinary swirl of love, anger, tenderness and brittle humor that is Manchester by the Sea, Kenneth Lonergan’s beautifully textured, richly enveloping drama about how a death in the family forces a small-town New Englander to confront a past tragedy anew." We're gathering reviews of Lonergan’s followup to You Can Count on Me and Margaret starring Casey Affleck, Michele Williams, Kyle Chandler, Lucas Hedges, C.J. Wilson, Heather Burns, Tate Donovan, Josh Hamilton, Anna Baryshnikov, Matthew Broderick and Gretchen Mol. » - David Hudson »

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Manchester by the Sea’

23 January 2016 8:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The persistence of grief and the hope of redemption are themes as timeless as dramaturgy itself, but rarely do they summon forth the kind of extraordinary swirl of love, anger, tenderness and brittle humor that is “Manchester by the Sea,” Kenneth Lonergan’s beautifully textured, richly enveloping drama about how a death in the family forces a small-town New Englander to confront a past tragedy anew. That rather diagrammatic description does little justice to Lonergan’s ever-incisive ear for the rhythms of human conversation, as he orchestrates an unruly suite of alternately sympathetic and hectoring voices — all of which stand in furious contrast to Casey Affleck’s bone-deep performance as a man whom loss has all but petrified into silence. Giving flesh and blood to the idea that life goes on even when it no longer seems worth living, “Manchester” may be too sprawling a vision for all arthouse tastes, »

- Justin Chang

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Life’s A Happy Song: 10 uplifting moments in film to cheer you up on Blue Monday

15 January 2016 8:30 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Monday, January 18th, has unfortunately been bestowed the most depressing day of the year, now referred to as “Blue Monday.” It’s true that January isn’t usually the happiest time—Christmas has passed, it’s cold and gross outside, and the fun, care-free moments of the holidays are over. In case you're succumbing to those winter blues, however, we have the perfect pick-me-up. 

 

On Blue Monday, you can redeem only 500 Scene points to see any film currently in theatres! That's already one step to making our day better. The next is to check out the below 10 moments in film, where a smile is guaranteed, and if you're lucky, maybe even a laugh or two. You also may find yourself jumping into a song and dance. Take that, Blue Monday!

Here are 10 of our favourite uplifting moments in film, spoilers and all:

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986); Directed by John Hughes »

- Adriana Floridia

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Sarah Jessica Parker Is 'Radically Different' From Carrie Bradshaw: 'It Took Real Work Every Day to Be Her'

14 January 2016 6:40 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

For the record, Sarah Jessica Parker is not that much like her Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw. "People probably don't realize that Carrie Bradshaw was radically different from who I was, who I continue to be," Parker told Wsg Magazine. "I think that sometimes because we look alike and live in the same city and haunt the same neighborhoods, that it was sort of like I was playing in the sandbox, when in truth it took real work every day to be her, to understand her, to not judge her." Parker, 50, said that Carrie handles marriage differently and »

- Aaron Couch

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Sarah Jessica Parker Is 'Radically Different' From Carrie Bradshaw: 'It Took Real Work Every Day to Be Her'

14 January 2016 6:40 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

For the record, Sarah Jessica Parker is not that much like her Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw. "People probably don't realize that Carrie Bradshaw was radically different from who I was, who I continue to be," Parker told Wsg Magazine. "I think that sometimes because we look alike and live in the same city and haunt the same neighborhoods, that it was sort of like I was playing in the sandbox, when in truth it took real work every day to be her, to understand her, to not judge her." Parker, 50, said that Carrie handles marriage differently and »

- Aaron Couch

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Olivia d'Abo -- My Husband Torpedoed My Acting Career!

1 January 2016 12:50 AM, PST | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Olivia d'Abo says her husband derailed her acting career, and now he has to pay. The 'Wonder Years' star filed docs in her ongoing divorce from Patrick Leonard, saying he pressured and threatened her to curtail her career throughout their marriage. She says he wanted her to nurture her music career and abandon acting. She says he pressured her into passing on several big roles.   She claims Patrick threatened to divorce her if she took »

- TMZ Staff

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