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The behind the scenes battles of Pirates Of The Caribbean

11 hours ago | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark Harrison May 25, 2017

The Pirates Of The Caribbean movies have not been easy films to make....

As Michael Bolton once belted out: “This is the tale of Captain Jack Sparrow.” The Pirates Of The Caribbean film was a surprise sleeper hit in 2003, astounding the higher-ups at Disney who had long been sceptical of how a pirate movie, based on a ride at Disneyland, would appeal to audiences.

Off the back of this success, the sequels only got more ambitious and expensive in scale, with their use of practical effects and convoluted character dynamics serving to complicate the adventure format, with mixed results. It shouldn't shock you then, to hear that each of the movies released so far had some serious behind-the-scenes battles to make them shipshape.

The fifth and apparently final instalment, Salazar's Revenge (or Dead Men Tell No Tales), has had some very public battles before it has even been released, »

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Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and More Send Prayers to Victims of Ariana Grande’s Manchester Concert Explosion

23 May 2017 12:05 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Social media was flooded with condolences and heartfelt messages following the devastating news of 22 dead and at least 59 injured at Manchester Arena in the U.K. where Ariana Grande performed a concert on Monday evening.

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said the explosion occurred around 10:33 p.m. local time near the ticket office outside the arena. The attack was carried out by a lone suspect carrying a bomb, Hopkins said.

“The attacker, I can confirm, died at the arena. We believe the attacker was carrying an improvised explosive device, which he detonated, causing this atrocity,” Hopkins said.

He added, “We »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Cannes Film Review: ‘Filmworker’

19 May 2017 1:08 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Stanley Kubrick had many compulsions, like his famous fear of flying, and one of them was privacy. Considering what a unique superstar of a filmmaker he was, he succeeded in leading more or less his entire life outside the media fishbowl. That’s why after a certain point (around the post-“2001” late ’60s, when he was still transitioning from major Hollywood director to monomaniacal living legend), there is so little up-close coverage of who he was, on and off the set. Recently, though, a lot of Kubrickiana has begun to seep out of the woodwork, some of it gathered into termite-art documentaries like “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes” (about his vast collection of memorabilia) or “S Is for Stanley” (about Kubrick’s relationship with his long-time Italian chauffeur and personal assistant).

Filmworker” is the best of these films yet. Directed, shot, and edited by Tony Zierra, it’s a portrait of Kubrick’s right-hand man, »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Podcast Talk: Asian Pop-Up Cinema Honors Hong Kong Pop & Film Legend Teddy Robin Kwan

18 May 2017 9:20 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – When The Beatles changed pop music forever in the early 1960s, they also launched a worldwide revolution of bands and songwriters. One such star was Teddy Robin Kwan, who founded Teddy Robin & the Playboys in Hong Kong, and rightly took the crown as “The King of Asian Pop.” And for his second act, the small-but-mighty Kwan became one of Hong Kong’s top film composers, as well as a director and actor of note. He was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Asian Pop-Up Cinema series Closing Night Gala in Chicago on May 11th, 2017.

Teddy Robin Kwan was born in South Central China, and formed the band “Teddy Robin & the Playboys” in the mid 1960s. Using influences like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Ventures and The Shadows, Kwan and his group shot up the Hong Kong and Asian Pop Charts with each new hit, including a »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Gigi Hadid, Lana Del Rey and Kendall Jenner Have All Given This Jacket Designer Their Stamp of Approval

15 May 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Philip Ayler has a pretty huge celebrity fan club. Lana Del Rey, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Lady Gaga, Mick Jagger...we guess you could say the brand's worked up quite the A-list clientele. And that's thanks to its fearless leader, founder and creative director Ayler Young. He's a musician, a bi-coastal barbershop owner and now a designer—who ethically sources his fabrics and repurposes incredible textiles from some of the biggest fashion houses in the world (think: Chanel, Balenciaga, etc.)—so what can't he do? Nothing, the answer is nothing. So to get a more in-depth perspective on what he can do (and more on his celeb fans), keep reading. What was your initial »

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Newswire: And now, here’s Sir Paul McCartney as a silly Disney movie pirate

13 May 2017 2:34 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Thrusting that old rock legend stand-by question, “The Beatles or The Rolling Stones?” into a weirdly nautical, theme-park-y new direction, Sir Paul McCartney announced last year that he’d be following in Keith Richards’ footsteps with a cameo in the Pirates Of The Caribbean movies. (Specifically, this month’s Dead Men Tell No Tales.) Now, McCartney has tweeted out a picture of what an English knight and rock legend looks like in full pirate regalia, as a promo for the May 26 blockbuster.

#PiratesLife pic.twitter.com/9GXS5QB931

Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) May 13, 2017

The answer? Pretty much like anybody else, once you slap enough fake beard on their face. (It’s an enduring mystery why this franchise hires some of the biggest faces in the world, and then turns them all into the same species of awful beard monster.) It might be a bit of a downgrade from his ...

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- William Hughes

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Hollywood Flashback: Ridley Scott on 1979's 'Alien' and His Goal to "Take the Audience to the Edge"

11 May 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Star Wars and, two years later, the much more violent, R-rated Alien. Darth Vader looks almost cuddly compared to Alien's implacable star, designed by the Swiss surrealist painter H.R. Giger. "We used to say they were The Beatles and we were The Rolling Stones," says Alien producer Walter Hill of the blockbusters. "Our film had something people hadn't seen up to that point: the artifice of a B-movie done in an A-movie style." 

THR called Alien "extremely effective and scary as hell," which is what »

- Bill Higgins

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Harry Styles Soars Over Scotland In His New Video For ‘Sign Of The Times’

8 May 2017 7:31 AM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

Harry Styles is ready to take flight into a new solo career, according to the music video for his debut single, “Sign of the Times”. Related: Harry Styles Hints At Playing A Young Mick Jagger In Upcoming Film The scenic video, which debuted to fans on Monday morning, shows the former One Direction star, 23, flying high […] »

- Cat Williams

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Ed Catto: Neal Adams’ Mighty Team-Ups!

8 May 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Geek Culture, unlike other passion businesses like sports or music, affords fans the opportunity to collaborate with fellow fans and rub elbows with professionals. I’d argue that it’s unique to this industry.

For example, music fans would find it difficult to imagine playing with Mick Jagger or Sir Paul McCartney. Oh, you might see them in concert, but to really spend time with them probably isn’t going to happen.

Likewise, even if I was a big football fan, I couldn’t realistically plan a way to spend quality time with an NFL Superstar. I did briefly meet football legends Larry Czonka and Rocky Bleier back in the 70s, but hey, that was the 70s.

But Geek Culture is different. There are so many opportunities for fans to meet their favorite creators. Like super hero movies, comic conventions are sprouting up just about everywhere.

With all these new conventions, »

- Ed Catto

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Ratings: Kentucky Derby Rises, Training Day Cops Best Saturday Audience, More

7 May 2017 11:51 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The final stretch of NBC’s Kentucky Derby coverage (from 6:30-7:15 pm) delivered a 10.5/23 in the overnight ratings, marking a 12 percent rise from 2016 and the race’s second-best prelim numbers in 25 years.

Also, its 280,000 unique streams represented a 25 percent gain year over year.

RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?

Elsewhere on Saturday:

* ABC’s NBA coverage led primetime with a 1.4 demo rating, followed by NBC’s NHL game (1.2).

RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series, Including Bull, MacGyver — What’s Missing?

* The antepenultimate Season 1 episode of CBS’ Training Day (3.2 mil/0.3) ticked up to its best Saturday audience thus far, »

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Justin Bieber’s List Of Tour Demands Leaked and Yeah, You Won’t Like Him Much

4 May 2017 4:00 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Performers and their demands before, during, and after a show isn’t a new subject at all.  We know plenty of crazy stories out there that involve the likes of Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Eminem,  Kanye West, Jay Z, The Rolling Stones and countless others that demand these random things for the shows.  Things like “exactly one thousand red M&Ms or 6 dozen roses in the dressing room.  These are things at the lowest level that provide entertainers a convenience before they go on. But as the price for entertainers go up, so too do the demands.  On the one

Justin Bieber’s List Of Tour Demands Leaked and Yeah, You Won’t Like Him Much »

- Nat Berman

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Norman Seeff Will Bring His Legendary Photoshoots to ‘The Sessions Project’

2 May 2017 1:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

You’ve probably seen Norman Seeff’s work before. Maybe it’s Tina Turner in all of her energetic glory. Or perhaps Mick Jagger looking somewhat puckish. Over the years, he’s snapped Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Jim Henson, Martin Scorsese, John Travolta, Frank Zappa Joni Mitchell, and many more.

Seeff isn’t just any celebrity photographer though, and there’s a reason why his images are vibrant and unique. He’s a filmmaker who documents the essence of a person in interactive photoshoots in which he also uses a film crew and conversation. The “sessions” themselves are the art, and the resulting photos are just an extension of the bigger project.

Read More: The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2017

Fortunately, these celebrated sessions that have captured so much of pop culture over the past four decades will be available on TV. Derik Murray and Network Entertainment, which also produced the »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Norman Seeff Will Bring His Legendary Photoshoots to ‘The Sessions Project’

2 May 2017 1:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

You’ve probably seen Norman Seeff’s work before. Maybe it’s Tina Turner in all of her energetic glory. Or perhaps Mick Jagger looking somewhat puckish. Over the years, he’s snapped Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Jim Henson, Martin Scorsese, John Travolta, Frank Zappa Joni Mitchell, and many more.

Seeff isn’t just any celebrity photographer though, and there’s a reason why his images are vibrant and unique. He’s a filmmaker who documents the essence of a person in interactive photoshoots in which he also uses a film crew and conversation. The “sessions” themselves are the art, and the resulting photos are just an extension of the bigger project.

Read More: The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2017

Fortunately, these celebrated sessions that have captured so much of pop culture over the past four decades will be available on TV. Derik Murray and Network Entertainment, which also produced the »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Mick Jagger Remembers Late Girlfriend L'Wren Scott on Her Birthday: See His Touching Post

30 April 2017 6:11 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Gone but not forgotten. Mick Jagger took to Instagram over the weekend to remember his late girlfriend, L’Wren Scott.

More: Mick Jagger’s Girlfriend Melanie Hamrick Shares First Photo of Rocker’s Eighth Child: 'I'm So in Love'

“Thinking of you on your birthday,” Jagger captioned a photo of the designer.

In the photo the late designer poses while holding up a white rose and smiling at the camera.

Scott passed away in March 2014 after taking her own life. She had been dating Jagger at the time of her death.

Watch: Mick Jagger Expecting Baby No. 8 With 29-Year-Old Girlfriend

Jagger has shared a tribute post to Scott on her birthday every year since her death.

For more from Mick Jagger, watch the clip below.

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Quentin Tarantino and Cast Reflect on ‘Reservoir Dogs’ in 25th-Anniversary Tribeca Panel

29 April 2017 9:41 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Spend a quarter-century talking about a 90-minute movie and you’ll start running out of new things to say. This was evident at last night’s 25th-anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs, which the Tribeca Film Festival managed to make far more than the standard classic-that-people-will-pay-to-see-gets-brief-theatrical-engagement deal. More, even, than the extended post-screening discussion with Quentin Tarantino, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Steve Buscemi, and Harvey Keitel — more unique, and more of a selling point for completists such as yours truly — were its setting (NYC’s gorgeous Beacon Theater, which offered one of the biggest screens on which you could ever hope to see a scrappy crime movie) and specifications (Tarantino’s own, more-or-less-flawless 35mm print).

Though there’s this writer’s particular perspective: grow up obsessed with cinematic production methods in the era of IMDb “Did You Know?” sections, well-detailed Wikipedia articles, and ten-year-anniversary-dvd special features, and you’ll suddenly be able to communicate information, »

- Nick Newman

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The Wonders from That Thing You Do! Reunited on Stage in La

26 April 2017 4:54 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The fictional band from Tom Hanks' 1996 movie That Thing You Do! reunited in Los Angeles last night to perform their hit song "That Thing You Do." The Wonders were persuaded to reunite and perform at the Roxy last night for the Goddamn Comedy Jam with Bill Burr by Josh Adam Myers. Ethan Embry (The Bass Player), Jonathon Schaech (singer Jimmy), and Tom Everett Scott (Shades the Drummer) got up on stage to perform their hit single from the movie with a backing band and the crowd loved it. Steve Zahn, the guitar player in the band, was not able to attend so the guitar player of the backup band made a mask of Zahn's face. Tom Hanks played the role of the band's manager and was also not in attendance.

Various social media posts show the actors having a blast playing their hit single. Ethan Embry, when interviewed for »

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The Trip To Spain Review [Tribeca 2017]

26 April 2017 2:43 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Michael Winterbottom’s The Trip To Spain expands his foodie-humor franchise into a three-course experience. Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon first jested their way through northern England, then conquered Italy’s coastal delicacies while trading wits. So how does Winterbottom’s third helping measure up to previous cuts? With a bit more fat and gristle than hoped, overcooked until the comedic juices have all but dried out. That’s not to say a dash of Coogan and handfuls of Brydon fail to salvage this slab of comedy, but comparatively, Spain is the least appetizing trip so far.

Which, for the record, is like saying you prefer Gordon Ramsay and Anthony Bourdain to Thomas Keller. It’s still all gravy, baby.

Coogan and Brydon find themselves once again traveling afar, sampling native delicacies and writing about their exploits (Coogan through novelization, Brydon by critique). Spain’s landscape offers an abundance of seafood, »

- Matt Donato

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Tribeca Film Review: ‘The Trip to Spain’

25 April 2017 8:01 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Trip to Spain” is the third entry in the cult series of culinary road comedies featuring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as thinly fictionalized versions of their scalding, misanthropically funny, showbiz-fixated London-comedian-actor selves. The first thing to say about the film is that it’s utterly of a piece with “The Trip” (2010) and “The Trip to Italy” (2014); if you’re a fan of the first two movies, it’s hard to imagine that you won’t like this one. (Each is a boiled-down version of a six-episode TV series made for the BBC, all of them directed by Michael Winterbottom.) This time, Coogan and Brydon spend five days driving up the misty green Spanish coastline, staying in rustic designer hotels and sampling New Traditional restaurants — which Brydon has arranged to review for The New York Times — against a backdrop of absurdly tranquil and picturesque towns and villages.

The leisurely lunches, »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Exclusive: Celeb Photographer Spills Old Hollywood Secrets From Shooting Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger and More

25 April 2017 9:23 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

If a picture is worth a thousand words, Douglas Kirkland could tell you quite the story.

In fact, the 82-year-old photographer has countless stories to share, having shot many of Hollywood's elite over the last several decades. Among them: Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, Audrey Hepburn, Mick Jagger, Brigitte Bardot, Charlie Chaplin, Sophia Loren, Baz Luhrmann, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Nicholson, Judy Garland, Robert DeNiro and so, so many more.

"As cliche as this sounds, my last and my next subject are my favorites," Kirkland tells Et. "I love photography with a capital P and always will."

Kirkland's work will be featured in a star-studded exhibit at Mouche Gallery in Los Angeles, opening April 26. In celebration of the occasion, Kirkland is sharing behind-the-scenes stories about some of his most striking work, including a series of iconic aerial shots of Monroe curled up in bed covered only by white sheets.

Douglas Kirkland

"Marilyn arrived late, an apparition »

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18 actors whose characters were cut out of movies in post-production

24 April 2017 1:30 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew Apr 28, 2017

The actors whose role in a film was shot, but chopped out of the final cut...

Yep, I know. I’ve read lists like this too, and I know that Eric Stoltz was cut out of Back To The Future. If it’s all well and good, I’ll leave that example out.

See related  Alien 5 to ignore Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection Alien 5: will it ever happen?

What I’ve tried to find here is a mix of reasonably known and less known instances of an actor being cut out of a film after they’ve filmed sequences for it. I’ve also tried to get to the reason they were left out as well.

Whilst all this may still sound like an exercise in clickbait, being cut out of a production does have a consequence beyond ego hurting a bit. For the side effect »

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