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Watch: 'A Brief History Of Swearing In Movies' In Less Than 3 Minutes

5 February 2016 1:19 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

When I think of a good ol’ fashion cussfest, Ben Kingsley’s Oscar-nominated performance as Don Logan in Jonathan Glazer’s terrific “Sexy Beast” comes to mind, dropping profanities faster than you can blink an eye. Since sound and picture merged together into the spectacular form we are familiar with in 1927, the history of shameful language has been quite zigzagged. This new video from Movie Munchies gives you a precise and speedy look back into the progression of bad language in film — it’s start at the word damn in 1929, the establishment of the MPAA in 1934 (they caught on fast!), and the return of the word damn in 1939’s technicolor paragon, “Gone With The Wind.” Read More: Watch This 5-Minute Supercut Of Actors Acting Opposite Themselves Now though the producers of “Gone With The Wind” received what would have been an $85,000 fine today, it was clear that some alterations needed »

- Samantha Vacca

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Round-Up: The Witch Alamo Drafthouse Screenings, Night Terrors Trailer, Angelica, The Final Project Clip, The Terrible Two

4 February 2016 7:56 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In just two weeks, Alamo Drafthouses nationwide will host screenings of A24's The Witch. More details on that story after the jump. Also in this round-up: a trailer for Night Terrors, Angelica release details, a new clip from The Final Project, and four images from The Terrible Two.

The Witch: Press Release: "Austin, TX - Feb 3, 2016 - The Alamo Drafthouse is excited to announce A24's chilling new horror film The Witch as the latest Drafthouse Recommends title. The film will open at Alamo Drafthouse locations nationwide with "sneak preview" screenings on the night of Feb. 18th, 2016. In the lead up to that opening date, select Alamo locations will also host free retrospective screenings of witchcraft horror classics to get audiences in the, er, spirit and to set the stage for director Robert Eggers' debut feature and groundbreaking new take on the genre.

And, for a limited time this month, »

- Tamika Jones

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TCM Oscar Homage Kicked Off Today: Is Bigger Always Better?

1 February 2016 10:33 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'Ben-Hur' 1959 with Stephen Boyd and Charlton Heston: TCM's '31 Days of Oscar.' '31 Days of Oscar': 'Lawrence of Arabia' and 'Ben-Hur' are in, Paramount stars are out Today, Feb. 1, '16, Turner Classic Movies is kicking off the 21st edition of its “31 Days of Oscar.” While the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is being vociferously reviled for its “lack of diversity” – more on that appallingly myopic, self-serving, and double-standard-embracing furore in an upcoming post – TCM is celebrating nearly nine decades of the Academy Awards. That's the good news. The disappointing news is that if you're expecting to find rare Paramount, Universal, or Fox/20th Century Fox entries in the mix, you're out of luck. So, missing from the TCM schedule are, among others: Best Actress nominees Ruth Chatterton in Sarah and Son, Nancy Carroll in The Devil's Holiday, Claudette Colbert in Private Worlds. Unofficial Best Actor »

- Andre Soares

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Lubitsch Pt.II: The Magical Touch with MacDonald, Garbo Sorely Missing from Today's Cinema

31 January 2016 2:41 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'The Merry Widow' with Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald and Minna Gombell under the direction of Ernst Lubitsch. Ernst Lubitsch movies: 'The Merry Widow,' 'Ninotchka' (See previous post: “Ernst Lubitsch Best Films: Passé Subtle 'Touch' in Age of Sledgehammer Filmmaking.”) Initially a project for Ramon Novarro – who for quite some time aspired to become an opera singer and who had a pleasant singing voice – The Merry Widow ultimately starred Maurice Chevalier, the hammiest film performer this side of Bob Hope, Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler – the list goes on and on. Generally speaking, “hammy” isn't my idea of effective film acting. For that reason, I usually find Chevalier a major handicap to his movies, especially during the early talkie era; he upsets their dramatic (or comedic) balance much like Jack Nicholson in Martin Scorsese's The Departed or Jerry Lewis in anything (excepting Scorsese's The King of Comedy »

- Andre Soares

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Carol Burnett, SAG Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Talks Career, Costumes and Her Gown Designed by Longtime Friend Bob Mackie

29 January 2016 1:40 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

At this Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award won't be just a movie star: She's a performer who's brought her presence to TV, to movies and to the stage. It's Carol Burnett, who is perhaps most famous for starring on 11 seasons (and nearly 300 episodes) of The Carol Burnett Show. Speaking to People this week, Burnett said she was thrilled to receive the honor. "To borrow a word that my friend Julie Andrews taught me, I was gobsmacked," Burnett said of her reaction to learning the news. "I have never used that word before, but »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Remembering Oscar-Winning Gwtw Art Director Menzies

28 January 2016 3:24 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

William Cameron Menzies. William Cameron Menzies movies on TCM: Murderous Joan Fontaine, deadly Nazi Communists Best known as an art director/production designer, William Cameron Menzies was a jack-of-all-trades. It seems like the only things Menzies didn't do was act and tap dance in front of the camera. He designed and/or wrote, directed, produced, etc., dozens of films – titles ranged from The Thief of Bagdad to Invaders from Mars – from the late 1910s all the way to the mid-1950s. Among Menzies' most notable efforts as an art director/production designer are: Ernst Lubitsch's first Hollywood movie, the Mary Pickford star vehicle Rosita (1923). Herbert Brenon's British-set father-son drama Sorrell and Son (1927). David O. Selznick's mammoth production of Gone with the Wind, which earned Menzies an Honorary Oscar. The Sam Wood movies Our Town (1940), Kings Row (1942), and For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943). H.C. Potter's Mr. Lucky »

- Andre Soares

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Brad Pitt and Plan B Entertainment on the Verge of History

26 January 2016 6:00 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Patrick Shanley

Managing Editor

The Big Short, which won the PGA Awards’ best picture prize over the weekend, may earn Plan B Entertainment founder, and the film’s star, Brad Pitt and co-presidents Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner their second best picture Oscars in just three years. The trio collaborated on 2014’s best picture winner, 12 Years a Slave, and Plan B also produced last year’s best picture nominee, Selma, earning Kleiner and Gardner Oscar noms, as well.

Founded in 2001 by Pitt alongside then-wife Jennifer Aniston and Brad Grey, Plan B has become one of the most successful production companies in Hollywood today, and nominations have been stacking up for its members. After Aniston and Pitt’s divorce in 2006, and Grey’s departure to Paramount, Pitt became the sole owner of the company and enlisted Gardner to be his president. Both Gardner and Pitt also earned best picture nominations »

- Patrick Shanley

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15 Oscar-Winning Movies You Say You'll Watch But Never Do

26 January 2016 6:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Every year, awards season trumpets all the movies you should have seen in theaters but didn't because reasons. And every year, you add more to your growing list of Oscar-winners you have yet to see.

Oh we've been there. From "Lawrence of Arabia" to "Gone With the Wind," there's a collective guilt us movie fans feel when we realize we've seen "Mannequin 2" (cringe) or a Paul Blart joint instead of an Oscar-winning classic collecting dust in our queue.

As the 2016 Oscars loom, here are 15 films on everyone's viewing list usually filed under "really wanna watch but, yeah, probably won't." They're not all Best Picture winners -- some won solely for acting or behind-the-camera achievements. But all are movies we feel sorry not sorry about not seeing.

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- Phil Pirrello

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Oscars: The Inside Scoop

22 January 2016 1:05 PM, PST | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

By Michael Russnow There’ve been 97 minority actors nominated since 1939 when Hattie McDaniel became the first Black Oscar recipient for playing a servant in Gone With The Wind. And that is part of the problem, because for many, many years Blacks and other minorities were relegated to roles not only of a supporting nature but indicative of the racist times when their lots in major professions were limited. There’ve been 97 minority actors nominated since 1939 when Hattie McDaniel became the first Black Oscar recipient for playing a servant in Gone With The Wind. And that is part of the problem, because for many, many years Blacks and other minorities were relegated to roles not only of a supporting nature but indicative of the racist times when their lots in major professions were limited. Who’s to blame for that? There’s little doubt those at the studios and production companies »

- HollywoodNews.com

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Why 'The Beach' Is a Lost Leonardo DiCaprio Classic

22 January 2016 8:23 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Every few months, RollingStone.com shines a spotlight on a forgotten, neglected, overshadowed, underappreciated and/or critically maligned film that we love in a series called "Be Kind, Rewind."  In honor of The Revenant and Leonardo DiCaprio's widely predicted Oscar win, we're focusing on an older Leo movie that's been unfairly put in the "noble failure" pile: The Beach.

It's February 2000, a little over two years since Titanic plowed directly into the zeitgeist, and the film's 25-year-old star is now slightly more famous than the ship of dreams itself. »

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Round-Up: Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Docu Trailer, Judas Ghost DVD Contest, Like Me, Everlasting, Hidden, The Final Project

22 January 2016 7:58 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

A new Indiegogo campaign has been launched for the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary. Also in this round-up: a Judas Ghost DVD giveaway, Like Me production details, the trailer for Everlasting, the short film Hidden, and a look at The Final Project.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: Press Release: "Chicago, Il - January 20, 2016 - Hot off the heels of news that Guillermo Del Toro is producing a film based on the nostalgic children's books Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a documentary about the books is in the works. It has been in production for two years, is armed with an official trailer, and is now trying to finish in 2016.

The upcoming documentary is backed by the family of the late author, the trailer featuring both his wife and grandson. The doc will explore subjects such as the banning of children’s books in America, »

- Tamika Jones

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Watch Four A-List Actors Audition for Cher's Role in 'Clueless'

21 January 2016 6:43 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

As If anyone but Alicia Silverstone could ever play Cher Horowitz in "Clueless." The classic '90s comedy, which came out in 1995, recently got the "Casting Call" treatment from W Magazine. Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal, Seth Rogen, and Paul Dano auditioned for the role of Cher, reading off a real scene from the script.

Jake launched the reading with a moment of sad (and slightly pretentious) self-awareness:

"I'd like to preface this by saying that what was unfortunate about reading through this for the first time -- and I just would also like to say that I just got this -- is that I realized that I talk like this. Which is a bummer."

Way harsh, Tai! Here's the video:

Watch this video on The Scene.

Who would you cast? From here, Seth Rogen did the best job. By reputation, he's the most comedic of the actors, but he did »

- Gina Carbone

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Inside the Oscars' Controversial History of Recognizing (and Overlooking) Minorities & Women

19 January 2016 2:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The Oscars' history of recognizing - and overlooking - minorities and women has led to milestone wins and headline-making controversies. For the second year in a row, only white actors were nominated in the acting categories, spurring a revival of last year's #OscarsSoWhite hashtag on social media, and prompting stars including Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett-Smith to vow to skip the show. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences itself acknowledged the problem following last Thursday's nominations announcement. Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs released a statement Monday saying she is "both heartbroken and frustrated" about the lack of diversity among »

- Kathy Ehrich Dowd, @kathyehrichdowd

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Inside the Oscars' Controversial History of Recognizing (and Overlooking) Minorities & Women

19 January 2016 2:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The Oscars' history of recognizing - and overlooking - minorities and women has led to milestone wins and headline-making controversies. For the second year in a row, only white actors were nominated in the acting categories, spurring a revival of last year's #OscarsSoWhite hashtag on social media, and prompting stars including Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett-Smith to vow to skip the show. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences itself acknowledged the problem following last Thursday's nominations announcement. Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs released a statement Monday saying she is "both heartbroken and frustrated" about the lack of diversity among »

- Kathy Ehrich Dowd, @kathyehrichdowd

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Josh Radnor, Gary Cole and the 'Mercy Street' Cast On Bringing The Brutal Truths of The Civil War to PBS

15 January 2016 12:03 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The next big medical drama to launch this year comes with a unique edge, especially if certain scenes from "Gone With the Wind" scarred you as a child.  Read More: Watch: 'Mercy Street' Trailer Brings Josh Radnor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead to Civil War Virginia PBS's "Mercy Street," launching this Sunday, features a large ensemble cast including Gary Cole, Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, AnnaSophia Robb, Jack Falahee and Hannah James, who populate an occupied Richmond, Virgina during the Civil War. Radnor plays a doctor trying his best to treat the patients housed under the roof of local businessman James Green (Cole), whose daughters Alice and Emma (Robb and James) find themselves sharing space with not just wounded soldiers, but newcomers to town like Mary (Winstead), an abolitionist nurse from the North.  To get some sense of "Mercy Street's" epic yet intimate scope, Indiewire sat down with the above-mentioned. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Josh Radnor, Gary Cole and the 'Mercy Street' Cast On Bringing The Brutal Truths of The Civil War to PBS

15 January 2016 12:03 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The next big medical drama to launch this year comes with a unique edge, especially if certain scenes from "Gone With the Wind" scarred you as a child.  Read More: Watch: 'Mercy Street' Trailer Brings Josh Radnor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead to Civil War Virginia PBS's "Mercy Street," launching this Sunday, features a large ensemble cast including Gary Cole, Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, AnnaSophia Robb, Jack Falahee and Hannah James, who populate an occupied Richmond, Virgina during the Civil War. Radnor plays a doctor trying his best to treat the patients housed under the roof of local businessman James Green (Cole), whose daughters Alice and Emma (Robb and James) find themselves sharing space with not just wounded soldiers, but newcomers to town like Mary (Winstead), an abolitionist nurse from the North.  To get some sense of "Mercy Street's" epic yet intimate scope, Indiewire sat down with the above-mentioned. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Post-ApocaLinktip

15 January 2016 10:30 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Time is a real bitch. Between interviews and standard blogging and technical difficulties and Globes and Film Bitch Awards and a cold, your host has had a difficult couple of weeks that he definitely didn't plan well enough for. But this rought start to 2016 shall not deter him. Please stick with us and cheerlead in the comments and we'll make 2016 the best year yet at The Film Experience even though these past 10 days or so have not gone half as planned. (Note to self for 2016: You can't cover everything... the link list is your friend. Also please win the lottery so you can hire a full time staff of 5? 10?) 

Here's some reading elsewhere while we continue to update Oscar charts, try to collect ourselves (still trying to decide how to approach the #OscarsSoWhite issue which is getting such shoddy or agenda-filled or misleading coverage elsewhere). And maybe eating lunch »

- NATHANIEL R

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New Oscar Records. An Evolving List

14 January 2016 1:00 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Refresh your screen for updates as we add to the list. If you suspect you've seen a statistic worth shouting about, put it in the comments.

Records Broken This Year

Jennifer Jones (Duel in the Sun, age 27) vs Jennifer Lawrence (Joy, age 25)• Jennifer Lawrence (who is 25 years old) breaks Jennifer Jones's record of quickest actor to 4 nominations. Jones had held that record -- she accomplished 4 nominations by the age of 27 -- since 1947. But no more.

Carol becomes the Most Nominated Film in the modern expanded Best Picture field era to not receive an Oscar nomination for Best Picture. The previous record was a three way tie between The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Skyfall (2012) and Foxcatcher (2014) which each received 5 nominations but were not included in Best Picture. [Aside: The all time record holder, from back when there were only 5 Best Picture nominees and more room for this sort of "achievement" in not quite making it, is They Shoot Horses Don't They (1969) which received 9 nominations. Of these four other pictures, all but Foxcatcher won at least one Oscar. So we'll see on Carol.

2015 Specific Records

Tom Hardy and Domnhall Gleeson are the most ubiquitous faces from the Best Picture lineup. Each actor appears in two »

- NATHANIEL R

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Frankly, They Don't Give a Damn: Kristen Wiig Steals the Show in Star-Packed Gone with the Wind Impressions Video

13 January 2016 11:55 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Watch this on The Scene. A group of some of film's biggest stars are channeling Hollywood's golden age in a new, gender-swapping video that recalls one of cinema's most iconic exchanges. In a piece for W's new "Casting Call" series, the 29 actors and actresses featured in the magazine's Best Performances issue perform lines from an iconic scene between Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh in Gone with the Wind. While everyone from Brie Larson and Cate Blanchett to Bradley Cooper and Amy Schumer participate in the gender-reversed dialogue, only Kristen Wiig takes a comedic route with her line - and to hilarious results. »

- Lindsay Kimble

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Frankly, They Don't Give a Damn: Kristen Wiig Steals the Show in Star-Packed Gone with the Wind Impressions Video

13 January 2016 11:55 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Watch this on The Scene. A group of some of film's biggest stars are channeling Hollywood's golden age in a new, gender-swapping video that recalls one of cinema's most iconic exchanges. In a piece for W's new "Casting Call" series, the 29 actors and actresses featured in the magazine's Best Performances issue perform lines from an iconic scene between Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh in Gone with the Wind. While everyone from Brie Larson and Cate Blanchett to Bradley Cooper and Amy Schumer participate in the gender-reversed dialogue, only Kristen Wiig takes a comedic route with her line - and to hilarious results. »

- Lindsay Kimble

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