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Okja: Netflix Drops First Teaser for Bong Joon-ho's Latest

4 hours ago

Four years after Snowpiercer, Korean master Bong Joon-ho is on the cusp of releasing his next high concept sci-fi opus Okja. Netflix is backing the $53 million project, and has just launched the first teaser in Korea. Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano and more star alongside several Korean actors in the English and Korean language film, including lead An Seo-hyun, who plays Mija, a young girl trying to protect a large creature from the grips of a multi-national corporation. Netflix will release the film in June through its global online service, but there have been hints that the film may receive a theatrical release in some markets, including Korea. Many predict that the film could debut at Cannes in May....

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Fractured's Jamie Patterson And Christian J. Hearn Together Again For The Kindred

15 hours ago

Working with director Jamie Patterson must have been such a pleasure that the producers of his latest film Caught and his writer of his debut feature film, Fractured, are willing to work with him again. Christina O’Shea-Daly of Dandelion Productions and Jeremy Davis of Gael Films will back his next feature film, a psychological horror thriller called The Kindred, written by Christian J. Hearn.    The Kindred follows a woman suffering from amnesia as she pieces together the events that led to her father’s suicide only to be haunted by the ghosts of children that she begins to suspect were murdered by him.   Christina O’Shea-Daly said, “I had the pleasure of meeting Christian on the set of my latest movie, Caught, directed by Jamie Patterson....

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Why Moonlight Matters (It's Not Just Why You Think)

17 hours ago

What's in the envelope? When it comes to Barry Jenkins' Moonlight it matters less than many think because regardless of the results at last night's Academy Awards, Moonlight already represented a watershed moment with the potential to trigger widespread change throughout the industry. Or at least to take away a standard argument from those who would wish to deny that change. Here's why. Let me begin by stating that, first of all, I am not at all unaware of the significance of a movie revolving around a gay black man - a movie with an entirely black cast and creative team - winning Best Picture. This is a big moment, one that is hard to overstate from the perspective of those who have been arguing...

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Our Favorite Faces Of Emma Stone

18 hours ago

Last night, Emma Stone won the Academy Award for "Best Actress In A Leading Role", and good for her. Plenty of people dug La La Land and loved her performance in it. By all accounts she's a pretty nice person with a great sense of humor; the picture above shows her re-enacting the shock of the rewards ceremony's finale, where the film she was in was erroneously called the winner for a few seconds. Anyway, La La Land was nowhere near her first film or series. So what's your favorite performance by Emma Stone? Chime in, in the comments below! (Picture taken from this USA Today Network newsclip, courtesy of A.M.P.A.S.)...

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Movie Review: Environmental Protection Guardians, a Chinese family movie from 2011!

18 hours ago

Many people outside China has probably never heard of the director Lu Yi (in fact, I only heard of him after watching his movies on Chinese sites by accident), he is a local director from Beijing the capital of China but his movies has so far never been shown outside the Chinese walls. Most of his film are political issues for example environmentalists and society criticize based plots but most of them work as any one can relate to. "Environmental Protection Guardians" is his first released movie from 2011 that has a good tone family friendly and educational idea. Story: A ten year old lazy boy Xiaofei (Xiaohe Ruofan) is not doing well in school, instead of earning money for a school project he spend...

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