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We all know the rules: first you watch it, then you die.
Watch as hidden cameras capture the reactions of unsuspecting customers when Rings Samara comes for them.
A young woman becomes worried about her boyfriend when he explores a dark subculture surrounding a mysterious videotape said to kill the watcher seven days after he has viewed it.
She sacrifices herself to save her boyfriend and in doing so makes a horrifying discovery: there is a “movie within the movie” that no one has ever seen before…
Fans of the 2002 supernatural film, directed by Gore Verbinski and starring Naomi Watts, Martin Henderson, Brian Cox, Jane Alexander and Daveigh Chase, have been looking forward to another film for years. (Trailer). Adding to the movie’s tension was the spine-chilling score from Hans Zimmer along with the unnerving cinematography by Bojan Bazelli. It »
- Michelle McCue
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Scooperhero News – David S. Goyer is in control of DC’s Green Lantern Corps. movie, which, by the sound of everyone else (Rock ‘The Dwayne’ Johnson, Ben Affleck and screenwriter Will Beall), is going to be part of the new Optimistic and Fun tone of the Dceu. Not as much luck for Wonder Woman, though. There’s a rumour it’s “discombobulated.” Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox have three new X-Verse movies in prodcution, and – somehow – still reckon a Channing Tatum Gambit movie is happening.
Star Wars – Woody Harrelson officially joins the Han Solo Solo Movie, LucasFilm assure fans they won’t use CGI to recreate General Organa for Star Wars: Episode IX and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is still »
- Oli Davis
A new supercut by the short filmmakers and pop culture fans at CinemaRaven displays the criminally excessive use of a particular bass drop in dozens of recent movie trailers. Whether Dominic Toretto is turning his back on his family or Lightning McQueen is leaving racing behind him, nearly every trailer marks the dramatic turn with a similar deep bass tone that dips into an inaudible rumble. Listen for yourself below:
While the musical sting isn’t identical in each clip, the effect the filmmakers (or more likely studio heads) were going for remains the same. Amidst the non-stop action of a modern blockbuster trailer, the audience apparently needs a moment to stop and remind themselves, “This is dramatic and I’m aware of that because of the scary bass noise!” And though it may not be as in-your-face as the Hans Zimmer “Braaaaam” or the hit-you-over-the-head meta jokes of recent »
- Dan Neilan
It’s going on 12 months since Hans Zimmer formally announced his retirement from the superhero genre – a decision made in the aftermath of his contribution to Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice – but it seems the German composer has left the door open for a possible return.
Chatting to The West Australian (via Batman-News), Zimmer touched base on his time spent in the genre of costumed heroes, which also spans Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel and The Dark Knight trilogy, before noting that he’d consider another superhero gig providing “somebody comes along with a great idea.”
“It’s true,” Zimmer said of his retirement from superhero films, before adding, “until somebody comes along with a great idea. “How many people have to go write two Batman themes in their lifetime? I needed a break from it. And I needed to categorically say ‘I need a break’.”
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Sean Wilson Jan 16, 2017
Few characters have enjoyed as much reinvention as Arthur Conan Doyle's sleuth Sherlock Holmes, an enduring icon who is as much bound up with the history of cinema (and indeed stage, TV and radio) as he is with literature. Indeed, adaptations of Holmes stories stretch right the way back to the earliest days of film at the start of the 20th century. Fittingly enough given Holmes' penchant for a violin serenade, the musical scores to his adventures are as richly varied as the outcomes to his mysteries are unexpected. Here are Holmes' musical highlights, from Buster Keaton through to Benedict Cumberbatch.
Sherlock Jr. (1924)
Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.
– Bleecker Street has secured U.S. distribution rights to Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s true-life story, “Megan Leavey.” The film is based on the life of Leavey (Kate Mara), a young marine corporal in the K9 unit whose unique discipline and bond with her military combat dog saved many lives during their deployment in Iraq.
Bleecker Street will release the movie on June 9, 2017.
The film co-stars Edie Falco, Ramon Rodriguez, Bradley Whitford, and Common. Directed by Cowperthwaite (“Blackfish”), the movie was written by Pamela Gray, Annie Mumolo and Tim Lovestedt and produced by Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon and Jennifer Monroe. »
- Graham Winfrey
Dubois Records, in cooperation with Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece will release the Victoria – Original Soundtrack digitally on all music streaming platforms to coincide with the Us release of the television series on PBS this coming weekend. The album features the limited series’ original score by multi-bafta and Ivor Novello winning composer Martin Phipps (Woman In Gold, The Keeping Room) and Ruth Barrett (City Of Tiny Lights, Whitechapel) with vocals from the Mediaeval Baebes. Victoria was first aired on ITV in the UK on August 28, 2016.
Phipps says: “The idea was to give Victoria a dynamic voice, an explosive theme through which we could rejoice in her strength & courage. The Mediaeval Baebes were the perfect sound for this. With one foot in the classical world & one in the commercial, they gave Victoria the mixture of refinement & attitude I was after.”
Barrett says: “I started composing from episode 2, weaving in some of Martin »
- Michelle McCue
Gravitas Ventures has scored North American rights to Score: A Film Music Documentary, which looks at the creative process of film score composition with some of the best-known artists in the field. The film, which will hit theaters in May, features Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Danny Elfman, Trent Reznor, Randy Newman, Howard Shore, Rachel Portman, Jerry Goldsmith, Quincy Jones, the late James Horner and more along with interviews of such iconic filmmakers as James Cameron… »
Producer Amy Hobby has been promoted to executive director of Tribeca Film Institute (Tfi), effective immediately.
Hobby previously served as vice-president of artist programs at Tfi and will now oversee programming, including oversight of the artist programs, education and interactive departments and their slates, as well as overall management of the organisation.
David Earls is rejoining Tfi in the new role of managing director and will take charge of Tfi’s financial oversight, corporate governance, business affairs, fundraising and communications.
Earls served as head of individual giving at Tfi from 2003 to 2012.
Anna Ponder, who served as interim executive director of Tfi from February 2015 through December 2016, stepped down at the end of the year after leading Tfi through its most successful annual benefit in November.
Vee Bravo and Opeyemi Olukemi remain in leadership roles as Tfi’s vice-president of education and senior director of interactive programmes, respectively.
SXSW has announced its next batch of featured speakers for the »
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The film includes interviews with Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Danny Elfman, Trent Reznor, Randy Newman, Howard Shore, Rachel Portman, Jerry Goldsmith, Quincy Jones, James Cameron and the late James Horner and Garry Marshall.
“Score” debuted at International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and will premiere in theaters in May.
“We wanted to create something that hadn’t been done before — the definitive look at the craft of film composing,” he said. “’Score’ is an ode to these modern maestros and the ever-evolving art form. »
- Dave McNary
The film stars Douglas Smith, Lucien Laviscount, Cressida Bonas and Doug Jones. Directed by Stacy Title and written by Jonathan Penner, “The Bye Bye Man” follows the story of three college students move into an old, off-campus house. They quickly find themselves hunted by a supernatural entity called The Bye Bye Man who may be responsible for possessing various people and causing them to commit killing sprees throughout recent history. The students discover the origins of the Bye Bye Man and find that there is only one way to avoid his curse: don’t say or think his name, because once the Bye Bye Man gets inside your head, he takes control.
Bye Bye Man opens in theatres on January 13, 2016. The soundtrack album featuring the score is available on Sony Classical. »
- Michelle McCue
Best Picture, DramaHell or High WaterLionManchester by the Sea [our review]Moonlight - Winner [our review]Hacksaw RidgeBest Picture, Musical or Comedy20th Century Women [our review]DeadpoolFlorence Foster JenkinsLa La Land - Winner [our review]Sing StreetBest Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, DramaAmy Adams (Arrival)Jessica Chastain (Miss Sloane)Isabelle Huppert (Elle) - Winner [our review and interview]Ruth Negga (Loving) [our coverage]Natalie Portman (Jackie) [our review]Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, DramaCasey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea) - WINNERJoel Egerton (Loving)Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge)Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic)Denzel Washington (Fences)Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or ComedyColin Farrell (The Lobster) [our coverage]Ryan Gosling (La La Land) - WINNERHugh Grant (Florence Foster Jenkins)Jonah Hill (War Dogs)Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool)Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or ComedyAnnette Benning (20th Century Women)Lily Collins (Rules Don't Apply)Hailee Steinfeld (The Edge of Seventeen)Emma Stone (La La Land »
Here at Et, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and for the week of Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, this is what we’re most excited about:
One of the most anticipated TV shows of the year is the return of This Is Us, which captivated with its unexpected plot twists and tear-jerking storylines in the fall and was nominated for three Golden Globes, for Mandy Moore, Chrissy Metz and Best Drama Series. At the end of the fall finale, we were left with one major cliffhanger: What happened to Toby (Chris Sullivan) after he collapsed in Randall’s (Sterling K. Brown) house? Is he alive or dead? "I think people will be very surprised, maybe a little on edge," Chrissy Metz tells Et.
Not only will the show answer that question early in the premiere, it will also dive deeper in the backstory of Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Moore) Pearson. “There »
The 74th annual Golden Globe ceremony became a City of Stars, as hot favorite La La Land managed to pick up awards in all seven categories for which it received nominations. Other big winners were Moonlight and Manchester by the Sea. You can view the full list of winners below…
Best Motion Picture — Drama
Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy
20th Century Women
Best Director — Motion Picture
Tom Ford, Nocturnal Animals
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama
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Simon Brew Jan 9, 2017
Well, awards seasons is in full flow, and it seems fair to now mark Moonlight and La La Land as the frontrunners for this year's Oscars. They both collected big gongs at the annual Golden Globe awards. And here's the full list of winners from last night's event...
Best Motion Picture - Drama
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
20th Century Women
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Lily Collins, Rules Don’t Apply
Lionsgate’s musical La La Land has swept the Best Original Score and Best Original Song categories at the Golden Globes tonight as the movie continued its run through awards season. It had a leading seven nominations going into the night. La La Land‘s Justin Hurwitz won the Best Score category against Nicholas Britell’s Moonlight, Johan Johannsson’s Arrival, Dustin O’Halloran and Hauschka’s Lion and Hans Zimmer, Pharell Williams and Benjamin Wallfisch’s Hidden… »
Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
20th Century Women
Best Motion Picture, Drama
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama
The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards kicked off Sunday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, honoring this year's best in film and television!
Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, the awards show brought out Hollywood's brightest stars -- from Sarah Jessica Parker and Ben Affleck to Ryan Gosling and Leonardo DiCaprio -- all who were treated to mini bottles of Moët & Chandon, the official champagne of the Globes.
And as expected, La La Land went big at the Globes, sweeping all of their seven total nominations and breaking the Golden Globes record for most awards given to one film in a single year.
So, who else walked home with a shiny statuette? See the full list of winners below and check back throughout the night for updates!
Best Motion Picture - Drama
The Golden Globes always promise glamour and strangeness along with the annual celebration of achievements across film and television. This year’s nominees feature plenty of powerful stories, new voices and returning veterans aiming for gold, along with “La La Land” facing off against “Deadpool” in the best comedy film category, and robots battling dragons for Best TV Drama. No matter what, the night will feature some surprises.
Read More: Complete 2017 Golden Globes Coverage
Check out the full list of nominees — and winners in bold — below.
*IndieWire will be updating the list throughout the night.
Best Motion Picture – Drama “Hacksaw Ridge” “Hell or High Water” “Lion” “Manchester by the Sea” “Moonlight” Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy “20th Century Women” “Deadpool” “Florence Foster Jenkins” “La La Land” “Sing Street” Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Casey Affleck – “Manchester by the Sea” Joel Edgerton – “Loving” Andrew Garfield »
- Liz Shannon Miller
Damien Chazelle's "La La Land" made history at the 74th Annual Golden Globes winning all 7 nominations including Best Picture Musical/Comedy! The film won Best Actor (Ryan Gosling), Actress (Emma Stone), Director, Screenplay, Score, and Song! Previously, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was the record-holder for winning 6/6 and both "Doctor Zhivago" and "A Star is Born" 5 for 5.
A big congrats to Chazelle and "La La Land!"
The biggest upset for me? Natalie Portman's "Jackie" performance was overshadowed by Isabelle Huppert in "Elle." I thought Portman, wigs and make-up included, embodied the role of our former First Lady!
In the TV category, "The Night Manager" was the big winner taking home three awards (mostly for performance for Tom Hiddleston, Olivia Colman, and Hugh Laurie), followed by "The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and "The Crown" each with two.
Here's a few of my observations of »
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