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9 items from 2014


Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men to get live production on NBC

7 November 2014 12:27 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

NBC will air a live adaptation of Aaron Sorkin's critically-acclaimed play A Few Good Men.

The Peacock Network is working on a new live theatre event with Peter Pan Live! producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, reports Variety.

Five-time Emmy Award winner Sorkin will reportedly re-work A Few Good Men specifically for a television adaptation.

NBC had success last year with its primetime event The Sound of Music Live!, and will air follow-up Peter Pan Live! in December.

A version of The Music Man is also in the works.

A Few Good Men debuted on Broadway in 1989, with original cast member Tom Hulce earning a Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of Lt Daniel Kaffee.

The legal drama - which centres on the murder trial of two marines - was later adapted by Sorkin into an Oscar-nominated feature film starring Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson. »

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NBC is working on a live 'A Few Good Men'

7 November 2014 10:38 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

NBC's live productions are going from featuring singing Austrian children and a boy who won't grow up to Marines in legal hot water. The network is reportedly working on mounting a live production of Aaron Sorkin's play A Few Good Men.  According to Variety, this project is once again the handiwork of Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, the producing team behind NBC's live musical ventures. "The sides are still hammering out the basic details so there’s no word yet on casting or a director or a target premiere date," Variety reported. NBC could not immediately be reached for comment, »

- Esther Zuckerman

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30 Years Back: The Glorious Year of 1984

7 November 2014 8:46 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tom Jolliffe on the glorious year of 1984….

Whatever you may think of as the golden age of cinema, few can deny that the 80s brought about a fantastic array of classic and cult films. Anyone of a certain age may look back at a period of cinema, from growing up, with misty eyes and great fondness. With the recent 30 year anniversary re-release of Ghostbusters, now seems a good time to take a step back 30 years to 1984. This was a year when bustin made us feel good, when an Austrian cyborg promised to be back, where we turned it up to eleven, waxed on and off, and when Elm street gave us nightmares.

Taking a look back over the films on release that year and it seems that cinema goers were spoilt rotten. Ghostbusters was a blockbuster spectacular. A film which appealed to a broad spectrum. It had the ghosts and ghouls to transfix children, »

- Gary Collinson

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Donald Sutherland Reflects on Long Run of Success, Looks to ‘Snowy’ Future

5 November 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In a career that spans six decades, Donald Sutherland has traversed all mediums and genres, thanks to talent, preparation and, by his own admission, sheer luck.

He discovered the extent of his latest professional good fortune about three years ago in, of all places, a doctor’s office.

“I was at my dermatologist, and she asked me what I was doing next,” Sutherland recalls. “I told her I was about to do something called ‘The Hunger Games.’ She gasped and started calling everyone into the room, and they all came running. That was my first inkling it might be something big,” says the actor, who wasn’t familiar with Suzanne Collins’ popular sci-fi trilogy when he first read the script.

Thanks to his steely turn as President Snow, the 79-year-old actor has attracted a new generation of fans. He’ll reprise his role as Katniss Everdeen’s nemesis in the series’ third film, »

- Jenelle Riley

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Live From Delta House – Belushi and Me

3 October 2014 6:07 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

One of our favorite writers, Dennis Cozzalio, is with us again for today's Saturday Matinee. Dennis, not coincidentally, presides over one of our favorite film blogs, Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule. The occasion is the premiere of Allan Arkush's commentary for John Landis' Animal House which will run this coming Monday. Dennis happened to be an extra on the film so we asked him to share his experiences. We're also pleased to present some rare production stills courtesy of Katherine Wilson, the movie's local casting director in Oregon. Enjoy! Eugene, Oregon, Fall 1977. I was a first-term freshman trying to squeak out at least a 3.0 Gpa my first time at bat at the University of Oregon. I had enrolled in the film studies department, officially proclaiming it my major, fully expecting to broaden my horizons by seeing a lot of films to which I had never had the opportunity to be exposed. »

- Dennis Cozzalio

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All Grown Up: Ron Howard's Parenthood Cast 25 Years Later

2 August 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Family: You can't live with 'em, you can't live without 'em - so you might as well make a movie about them. That's exactly what Ron Howard did with Parenthood, which hit theaters on August 2, 1989. The story of four siblings working to raise their children right and keep their sanity at the same time, this movie was (and still is) relatable to moms and dads of all generations. Since its release, Parenthood has gone on to inspire two different TV shows, and it serves as an adorable archive of big stars in their early years. In fact, one of Bryce Dallas Howard »

- Kelli Bender

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Can Sony Classics land two Best Actor nominations for 'Foxcatcher?'

20 May 2014 11:43 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

I was glued to the Twitter application of my iPhone Sunday night waiting for the reactions to Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" to roll in as the film bowed in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival. It was interesting to watch the first wave of knee-jerks, all of them just a touch muted, I assume because Miller is not a filmmaker whose movies hit you right away. They kind of seep into you the more you spin away from them, and I got the feeling "Foxcatcher" is absolutely one such example. We were all more or less expecting something special out of Steve Carell here. From photos and that early trailer that slipped out last fall, it was clear he had undergone a transformation for the role of multimillionaire murderer John du Pont, both physically and professionally. And indeed, all indications are that it is a career-altering portrayal. Here's one juicy »

- Kristopher Tapley

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The Definitive Movie Musicals: 20-11

18 May 2014 9:48 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The clear difficulty of identifying the definitive movie musicals is separating the musical itself from the film version. The Phantom of the Opera is, without a doubt, a top ten definitive stage musical. Movie musical? Not so much. Drawing a clear line between the two is what makes this list a little trickier. For this segment of the list, we have musicals that have no stage version, two Best Picture winners, a Palme d’Or winner, and a few musicals that may stretch the term a bit.

courtesy of writeonnewjersey.com

20. Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Directed by Richard Thorpe

Signature Song: “Jailhouse Rock” (http://youtu.be/HZJTgYzf9FE)

It brought “The King” to the big screen for the first time in a film about a man in prison who learns to express himself through music, rather than violence (he’s in prison for manslaughter). Vince (Elvis Presley) accidentally kills a drunk in »

- Joshua Gaul

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Up Pompeii: 5 History Lessons From TV And Cinema

28 April 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

We all know history is written by the film producers. After all, the past is big bucks for Hollywood, what with all its ready-made stories and epic happenings. And luckily for us Vesuvius erupted in 79 Ad, spewing out lava, pyroclastic flows and poisonous gasses. Some in nearby Herculaneum died instantly, others in Pompeii had a more drawn out affair and even the dog got it (noooo, not the dog!). Whatever – it’s good cinema right?

So to celebrate the release of new historical disaster movie Pompeii, let Thn take you on a magical history tour into the past. Yes, it’s time to pull the annals of antiquity down from the shelf, dust them off and explore ye olden times with five historical renditions from cinema and television.

Amadeus

It’s hard being on the side-lines isn’t it? Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Milos Forman’s biopic of l’enfant terrible of Classical, »

- Claire Joanne Huxham

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