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Gone With the Wind Turns 75 (Photos)

18 December 2014 11:00 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Dec. 15 marks the 75th anniversary of Gone With the Wind's premiere at the Atlanta Loews Grand Theater, and if you're a fan, Life's new book, Gone With the Wind: The Great American Movie, 75 Years Later, is exactly what you need in your life.Life is exactly the right outlet to put the book out: The magazine extensively chronicled the film when it was first released, and it now draws from a large archive of behind-the-scenes photos from the set and film premiere. Meanwhile, Emory University film studies professor Matthew Bernstein has conducted extensive research into the archives of the film's producer, »

- Associated Press & Alex Heigl

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'Gone With the Wind' at 75: A first-time viewer and an expert discuss

18 December 2014 7:15 AM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Hillary Busis has seen Gone with the Wind approximately one billion times. Neil Janowitz ... hasn't. On the occasion of the film's recent 75th anniversary, he decided to change that. Hillary: Neil: It breaks my heart (but doesn't totally surprise me) to hear that you've never seen or read Gone With the Wind. I'm gonna start by asking you a simple question: What do you know (or think you know) about Margaret Mitchell's classic story? »

- EW staff

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'Gone With the Wind' Facts: 25 Things You Never Knew About the Most Popular Movie Ever Made

16 December 2014 4:30 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Seventy-five years after the premiere of "Gone With the Wind" (on December 15, 1939), it seems that nothing -- not the passage of time, not the movie's controversial racial politics, not the film's daunting length, and not even the release of certain James Cameron global blockbusters -- can diminish the romantic Civil War drama's stature as the most popular movie of all time.

The film is certainly a formidable artistic achievement, a cornerstone of movie history, and a highlight of a year so full of landmark films that 1939 has often been called the greatest year in the history of Hollywood filmmaking. Each viewing of the four-hour epic seems to reveal new details. Still, even longtime "Gwtw" fans may not know the behind-the-scenes story of the film, one as lengthy and tumultuous as the on-screen romance between Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) and Rhett Butler (Clark Gable). Producer David O. Selznick spent fortunes, hired »

- Gary Susman

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Beauty vs Beast: Miss Scarlett Decides

15 December 2014 5:30 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Fiddle-dee-dee y'all it's Jason from Mnpp here with today's sweeping Southern epic edition of "Beauty vs Beast." Yes indeedy today is the 75th anniversary of the biggest movie that ever was and probably ever will be - David O. Selznick's Gone With the Wind (if any movie's ownership belongs to its producer, it's this one) premiered in Atlanta on this day in 1939. Three hundred thousand people lined the streets surrounding the Loews Grand Theater, the cap of three days worth of festivities which brought over a million people to the city. Most of the stars attended, save Leslie Howard who'd returned to England because of WWII, as well as Hattie McDaniel and the other black actors in the film who would've been segegrated from the rest of the cast thanks to Jim Crow. (A situation echoed several months later when McDaniel had to make her way from the back »

- JA

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DC Comics releases incredible movie-inspired March 2015 variant covers

15 December 2014 9:33 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

DC Comics is taking inspiration from the silver screen for its March 2015 superhero lineup - launching 22 variant covers that pay homage to iconic movie posters from the past 75 years.

Everything from Gone with the Wind to 2001: A Space Odyssey, Magic Mike and The Fugitive find themselves mashed up with the likes of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Joker and more.

All of the special edition covers are viewable below, and scroll down further for a complete reference list if you're struggling to identify the comic with the movie poster.

View the complete list of comic book covers, with artists and film companion, below:

Action Comics #40 inspired by Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, with cover art by Joe QuinonesAquaman #40 inspired by Free Willy, with cover art by Richard HorieBatgirl #40 inspired by Purple Rain, with cover art by Cliff ChiangBatman #40 inspired by The Mask, with cover art by Dave JohnsonBatman & Robin #40 inspired by Harry Potter, »

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'Gone with the Wind' at 75: Scarlett and Rhett Forever

15 December 2014 6:45 AM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

We give a damn. We really give a damn. Frankly, movies come and go every weekend, fluttering away from our public consciousness as soon as the credits roll. Not so for Gone with the Wind, whose magnolia-rich scent continues to pervade every aspect of our popular culture 75 years since its release. From book sequels to TV movies and miniseries to divine (and divinely absurd) parodies, Scarlett O’Hara has more than borne out her stubborn promise of tomorrow. “Gone with the Wind is such a three-dimensional story,” explains Steve Wilson, curator of film at the University of Texas’s Harry Ransom Center, »

- Karen Valby

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Frankly, Scarlett: 10 things you might not know about Gone With The Wind

14 December 2014 9:00 PM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

 

It was the first color film to win the Best Picture Oscar and is ranked as one of the greatest movie of all time by the American Film Institute. In its first four years of release the film sold 59.5 million tickets, a number equal to half the population of the United States in 1939 and according to Box Office Mojo it’s the highest grossing film of all time when adjusted for ticket price inflation.

Today, Gone with the Wind celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary as “the most iconic film of all time.”

Set against the backdrop of the American Civil War, the story of Southern Belle Scarlett O’Hara and her torrid affair with blockade runner Rhett Butler remains so popular it has motivated legions of fans, called Windies, to gather in period costume in author Margaret Mitchell’s hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.

It even inspired one of the most famous television parodies of all time. »

- Richard Crouse

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DC Comics Unveils 4 Movie Themed Variant Cover Illustrations

12 December 2014 10:52 AM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

DC Comics has released four great variant covers that feature art inspired by the movie posters for Warner Bros. films. This is all part of a bigger plan from the comic publisher in which every month they will have a theme for variant covers that will be created and released. The month of March in 2015 will focus on the movies of WB, and the four covers you see here are the first of many to come. They were based on the movies 300, Harry Potter, The Fugitive, and Super Fly

Batman & Robin #40 inspired by Harry Potter, with cover art by Tommy Lee EdwardsBATMAN/Superman #20 inspired by The Fugitive, with cover art by Tony HarrisSUPERMAN #40 inspired by Super Fly, with cover art by Dave JohnsonWONDER Woman #40 inspired by 300, with cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz

There are a lot more coming upcoming covers, and I've included a list of them below. Thanks to /Film, »

- Joey Paur

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Recap: 'Survivor: San Juan Del Sur' - 'Let's Make a Move'

10 December 2014 6:30 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Pre-credit sequence. When we left things, Jon was confused. Upon returning to camp? Jaclyn is confused, going so far as to suggest that Alec might have voted for himself. Amidst this disarray, Natalie has decided that she's going to pretend that she blew the communication and thought she was part of the block voting Alec, not part of the Keith block. Baylor is impressed with Natalie's acting skills and Jon has accepted Natalie's line about not being talked to enough. The worry, at least for Jon, is that Keith could win Immunities and screw things up. The next morning, Natalie makes it clear to Keith that she saved him and he needs to stick with her and with Missy and Baylor. The plan is to target Jon. Again.  The quality of mercy is not sprained. Reward time. It's a very elaborate set-up, perhaps an apology for last week's lame challenges. »

- Daniel Fienberg

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Several of Grant's Best Films Tonight on TCM

8 December 2014 5:45 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Cary Grant movies: 'An Affair to Remember' does justice to its title (photo: Cary Grant ca. late 1940s) Cary Grant excelled at playing Cary Grant. This evening, fans of the charming, sophisticated, debonair actor -- not to be confused with the Bristol-born Archibald Leach -- can rejoice, as no less than eight Cary Grant movies are being shown on Turner Classic Movies, including a handful of his most successful and best-remembered star vehicles from the late '30s to the late '50s. (See also: "Cary Grant Classic Movies" and "Cary Grant and Randolph Scott: Gay Lovers?") The evening begins with what may well be Cary Grant's best-known film, An Affair to Remember. This 1957 romantic comedy-melodrama is unusual in that it's an even more successful remake of a previous critical and box-office hit -- the Academy Award-nominated 1939 release Love Affair -- and that it was directed »

- Andre Soares

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Daily | Interviews | Rock, Tarr, Im

7 December 2014 7:40 AM, PST | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Chris Rock's been on a tear, giving one excellent interview after another all last week. More recent interviewees: Béla Tarr, cinematographer Fred Kelemen and composer/actor Mihály Víg; Olivia de Havilland on Gone With the Wind; Im Kwon-taek, who's made 102 films; John Boorman, who thinks he may have one more film in him; Liv Ullmann on working with Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton; Jennifer Kent, whose The Babadook William Friedkin has declared is the most terrifying film he's ever seen; and interviews on video with Pedro Costa and Koji Fukada. » - David Hudson »

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Answers to Can You Guess All The Moviesc Take Six!

5 December 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

I did my best to make this one a bit tougher than they've been in the past and I think I succeeded. It wasn't until very late that all the right answers started swirling around the comments and one person managed to piece them all together in the end. I honestly don't know how anyone would have ever been able to get #4 unless you were watching the movie at the exact same time you were playing the game, or you have an absolutely perfect photographic memory. I was also a little surprised how long it took for people to get #12. However, overall I think you all did an impressive job working together to get numbers six and 19. That said, here are the answers to this latest graphic. If you want to browse the graphic before seeing the answers don't scroll below the image below or just click here to visit »

- Brad Brevet

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Overdue Copy of Gone with the Wind Returned 65 Years Late

4 December 2014 6:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

[Brightcove "20878794" "" "" "auto"] It's been 65 years since a 1946 copy of Gone With The Wind was checked out of Rogers High School library in Spokane, Washington, Reuters reported. Wayne Hackey, from Maine, was cleaning out his father's cellar in New England when he found the book with a school stamp and library card still in the pocket. Hackey wrote a note to the school alerting them to what he found. The book was checked out by Betty Madershied in 1949, so he also asked if she was a student at that time. "Not sure how the book ended up on the East Coast," Hackey wrote in his letter. »

- Alexandra Zaslow, @alexandrazaslow

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Overdue Copy of Gone with the Wind Returned 65 Years Late

4 December 2014 6:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

[Brightcove "20878794" "" "" "auto"] It's been 65 years since a 1946 copy of Gone With The Wind was checked out of Rogers High School library in Spokane, Washington, Reuters reported. Wayne Hackey, from Maine, was cleaning out his father's cellar in New England when he found the book with a school stamp and library card still in the pocket. Hackey wrote a note to the school alerting them to what he found. The book was checked out by Betty Madershied in 1949, so he also asked if she was a student at that time. "Not sure how the book ended up on the East Coast," Hackey wrote in his letter. »

- Alexandra Zaslow, @alexandrazaslow

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4 December 2014 7:33 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Whoa we're getting behind on the linkages... here ya go

The Babadook order the pop-up book so that I have someone to commiserate with when it keeps us awake at nights in 2015

Nyt looks at Ava DuVernay's direction of Selma

Mnpp Continually undersung Tfe favorite Alessandro Nivola celebrates the shortness of his shorts and how it helped A Most Violent Year win Nbr's Best Picture. Hee

The Credits on the makeup work on Wild. How to keep Reese dirty?!

Hey U Guys interviews the always welcome Judy Greer on Men Women and Children and Ant-Man

Dissolve Sundance announces its titles for 2015. I should probably go again but haven't committed yet

Carpetbagger interviews costume designer Albert Wolsky on Birdman's briefs and super suit

In Contention Kris interviews Tfe's communal husband, cinematographer Bradford Young (Selma / A Most Violent Year

Awards Daily mad scramble of wide open Oscar year

Heat Vision Suicide Squad, »

- NATHANIEL R

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Channel 5 unveils festive schedule including Sing-Along Christmas Day

2 December 2014 11:21 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Channel 5 has announced its full Christmas schedule.

Christmas Eve highlights include Michael Buble's Christmas 2014 and The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies: Christmas Special.

The broadcaster's special 'Sing-Along Christmas Day' schedule kicks off with Andre Rieu's Christmas Around the World at 9.25am, followed by 1970 musical Scrooge.

Family favourites The Sound of Music - Live! and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang follow at 12.25pm and 3.25pm respectively. Michael Buble's Christmas Songbook will air at 6.10pm, followed by Chas & Dave's Xmas Knees Up at 7.05pm.

The primetime schedule continues with three-hour countdown programme Britain's Favourite Christmas Songs beginning at 8pm. 1994 comedy film Muriel's Wedding will conclude the day, airing from 11.05pm.

Boxing Day's 'Best of British Comedy Day' schedule includes a Carry On triple bill between 10.05pm and 3.15pm. Morecambe & Wise Live! from 1973 begins at 8pm, followed by Tommy Cooper's Christmas Special from 1974.

The full Channel 5 Christmas Eve »

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The 50 Definitive Relationship Dramas: 20-11

1 December 2014 5:16 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

20. Love/Chloe in the Afternoon (1972)

Directed by: Éric Rohmer

Originally titled “Love in the Afternoon,” but released in North America as “Chloe in the Afternoon,” this Rohmer film is a tale of possible infidelity, seen through the eyes of a conflicted man. Frédéric (Bernard Verley) is a successful young lawyer who is happily married to a teacher named Hélène (Françoise Verley), who is pregnant with their second child. While Frédéric is in a considerably good place in his life, he still struggles with the loss of excitement he had before he married, when he could sleep with whomever he chose. It wasn’t so much the sex that thrilled him, but the chase itself. Still, he feels that these thoughts and fantasies, paired with his refusal to act upon them, only proves that he is completely dedicated and in love with his own wife. That is, until he meets Chloé »

- Joshua Gaul

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Ava DuVernay Could Make Oscar History With a Best Director Nom

1 December 2014 6:50 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor

Last year’s Oscar ceremony made history when director Steve McQueen became the first black filmmaker to win for best picture with 12 Years a Slave and Alfonso Cuaron became the first Latin American to win for best director with Gravity. This year’s ceremony could make history as well: Ava DuVernay could become the first black female to be nominated for best director for Selma, and if Angelina Jolie lands a nomination for Unbroken, it will be the first time two women are nominated in the same year.

In 2012, DuVernay became the first black woman to win for best director at the Sundance Film Festival with Middle of Nowhere.

Lee & Low Books found that 99 percent of best director winners are male and 99 percent of best actress winners are white (93 percent of best actor winners are also white).

The lack of diversity at the Oscars does »

- Anjelica Oswald

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20 Family Movies for Thanksgiving Day

26 November 2014 11:23 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

After the marching bands and giants balloon characters parade by on TV… After all the college and NFL football games are played out… After the plates are cleaned of the last turkey drumstick and final piece of pumpkin pie… what better than to cuddle up with our loved ones and watch some good, wholesome family favorites on Thanksgiving!

In honor of the holiday and before you head out the door to catch all the Black Friday sales, check out Wamg’s list of some of our favorite family-friendly movies to watch on Thanksgiving Day.

Wizard Of Oz

For many years this 1939 masterpiece was truly event television. Before home video and cable TV, the only way to see this (outside of revival movie theatres and colleges), was once a year (usually on CBS). Families would gather around the tube for a chance to visit that magical enchanted land (just think of »

- Movie Geeks

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‘Wizard of Oz’ Original Cowardly Lion Costume Up for Auction

22 November 2014 11:04 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

What can be better than receiving a Wizard’s gift? Buying a “Wizard of Oz” original costume.

Burt Lahr’s Cowardly Lion costume can be yours if the price is right. The piece of movie history is going up for auction in New York on Monday.

The costume from the classic 1939 film will be put on the auction block at Bonhams with other Hollywood memorabilia as a part of “TCM Presents: There’s No Place Like Hollywood.” Other items include Sam’s piano from “Casablanca,” Clark Gable’s riding jacket from “Gone With the Wind” and a Marilyn Monroe saloon gown from “River of No Return.”

According to the Associated Press, a secondary costume used in the film recently sold at auction for about $1 million.

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- Maane Khatchatourian

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