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SAG Award Nominations Announced

10 December 2014 6:05 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Hollywood stepped into high gear first thing Wednesday morning with the announcement of 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Presented by the actors union, SAG-aftra, the awards - to be given Jan. 25 - honor acting in film and TV in thirteen categories. Among the nominees: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Jennifer Aniston, Cake Felicity Jones, The Theory of Everything Julianne Moore, Still Alice Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl Reese Witherspoon, Wild Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Steve Carell, Foxcatcher Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler Michael Keaton, Birdman Eddie Redmayne, »

- Stephen M. Silverman, @stephenmsilverm

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Best of 2014: The year in meta, from 'Birdman' to 'Blank Space'

5 December 2014 1:07 PM, PST | - PopWatch | See recent - PopWatch news »

Time is a flat circle—and in 2014, so was entertainment. Sure, self-referential movies, TV shows, and plays are nothing new (see also: Singin' in the RainThe Dick Van Dyke Show, Kiss Me Kate). But this year, it sure seemed like more and more stories—and music videos, and, in some cases, real-life events—were taking the möbius-strip route. Because we couldn't figure out a way to write a list about being a list, we decided instead to pull together a chronology of meta-highlights: »

- Hillary Busis

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Romeo Beckham Stars in Burberry's Holiday Commercial—Watch the Elaborate Dance Routine!

3 November 2014 1:02 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

And the holidays have officially arrived! Romeo Beckham's Burberry 2014 Festive commercial, From London with Love, dropped today, complete with all the polished charm that accompany the brand's ads. And this holiday season, it's all about blending a little Singin' in the Rain flare and old school Hollywood allure. The short flick is filled with Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire-esque choreography, with a troupe of trench-coat clad models twirling about the theatrical scene. And in the midst of it all, Romeo gallivants through the all the singin' and dancin', carrying a glitter-filled Burberry box. In a scene straight from the Busby Berkeley playbook, fantastically coordinated dance »

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See Famous Scenes from 'Titanic' & More Get the Lego Treatment

16 October 2014 12:19 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Following the success of The Lego Movie earlier this year, it's no surprise that more people have become smitten by the building block toy all over again. And Warner Bros. Pictures is going to keep bringing the Lego fun coming with a Ninjago spin-off coming in 2016, a Lego Batman spin-off in 2017 and The Lego Movie 2 arriving in 2018 (as we reported yesterday). But today, we're bringing you some classic movies getting the Lego treatment. Teenage stop-motion animator and Lego fan Morgan Spence has recreated scenes from films like has recreated scenes from films like Singin' in the Rain with Lego pieces. Watch! Here's a cool compilation of classic movies in Lego form (via Gizmodo): Spence was ommissioned by Warren Elsemore, author of the book Brick Flicks: 60 Cult Movie Scenes & Posters Made from Lego, for this little project, and the result is something really cool. You'll see Pulp Fiction, The Shining, »

- Ethan Anderton

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Randy Couture Was Sent Home on Dancing with the Stars

29 September 2014 7:25 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Even on a night that saw two perfect scores on Dancing with the Stars, someone still had to leave the ballroom for good. Sadly, Randy Couture and Karina Smirnoff began the night knowing they were in jeopardy. Based on scores from viewers and the judges last week, the duo became the third couple to leave the dance floor. "It's been a great experience, putting myself out there and trying something new," said Couture. Besides a roof-raising appearance by guest judge Kevin Hart, lots of other fun surprises happened underneath the mirror ball Monday. Here were the scores: Couture and Smirnoff. »

- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice

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Movies This Week: September 12-18, 2014

12 September 2014 12:30 PM, PDT | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »


The Alamo Drafthouse Ritz is turning the spotlight on some of their favorite films of the year this week by bringing in The Dance Of Reality, The Grand Budapest Hotel (Don's review), Obvious Child (Elizabeth's review), The Raid 2 and We Are The Best! (my review) for select showtimes. Each screening is just $5 and these films are all worth checking out on the big screen if you missed them or just want to see them again.

Also at the Ritz this week: Broadway Brunch returns with The Music Man in 35mm on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, Howard The Duck screens on Sunday with a live Q&A featuring Val Mayerik (a co-creator of the original comic), the original 1987 Robocop on Sunday for Tough Guy Cinema, a rare 35mm screening of The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford on Tuesday and A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master »

- Matt Shiverdecker

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News Nuggets: Debbie Reynolds to receive SAG life achievement award

19 August 2014 11:11 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Debbie Reynolds is slated to receive the Screen Actors Guild life achievement award at the 21st annual SAG Awards next January. The actress, singer, dancer, and author will be the 51st recipient of the honor. Some of her best known film roles were in "Singin' in the Rain," "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," and "How the West Was Won." She has also been selected for her work to preserve artifacts and costumes from the history of film and her work in the mental illness field. Other recent honorees have included Rita Moreno, Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Ernest Borgnine, Betty White, and James Earl Jones. Awards Daily. -Break- Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube David Letterman returns from an extended vacation with a special tribute to his longtime friend Robin Williams. Watch the 10-minute segment honoring the late comedian that was part of the Monday »

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Debbie Reynolds to Receive 2014 Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award

18 August 2014 9:31 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Debbie Reynolds most recently starred as Frances Liberace in Steven Soderbergh's Behind the Candelabra, but she'll most likely always be remembered as Kathy Selden from 1952's Singin' in the Rain and come January 25, 2015 she'll be recognized as the 51st recipient of the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards as was announced this morning. The recognition comes as a result of her work as an actor, singer, dancer, author, champion for the preservation of the artifacts of film history and for the understanding and treatment of mental illness. SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard was quoted in a press release just sent out, praising Reynolds' artistry saying, "I'm thrilled that SAG-AFTRA is presenting our Life Achievement Award to Debbie Reynolds. She is a tremendously talented performer with a diverse body of screen and stage work, live performances and several hit records. Her generous spirit and unforgettable »

- Brad Brevet

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The Story of Hollywood in Just 10 Filmsc

5 August 2014 9:57 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Over at The Telegraph, Robbie Collin has chosen to take on the impossible, he's set out to create a list of films that tells the story of Hollywood "in terms of how one picture or director led to the next." It's a daunting task that creates an interesting narrative and he prefaces his ten selections saying: ...none of the individual works is "great" or "important" enough to drown out the others. I've avoided films such as Citizen Kane, Vertigo, Singin' in the Rain, Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Lawrence of Arabia and The Godfather, not just because we already know they're great, but because their greatness might throw the story off-balance - although I wouldn't hesitate to describe any of the films that are on this list as a masterpiece. So how does his list shape outc Have a look: One Week (1920) - dir. Buster Keaton It Happened One Night (1934) - dir. »

- Brad Brevet

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Let's dance! Watch a supercut of the greatest movie dance scenes

31 July 2014 7:14 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Everyone loves a good movie dance scene, and with Step Up 5: All In hitting cinemas this week, we've had boogieing on the brain recently.

YouTube is a goldmine for cool dance clips, but we've uncovered a nifty compilation featuring some of the best moves from the movies.

Watch John Travolta and Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction, Elvis Presley in Jailhouse Rock, Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain and more in the above video.

Are these cinema's greatest ever dance scenes, or are there others that have missed out? Let us know in the comments section below!

Step Up 5: All In opens in cinemas on August 1. »

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Our Link Summer

29 June 2014 5:58 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Must Reads

The Atlantic 'How Brando Broke the Movies' -excellent piece from Tom Shone on perceptions of movie stardom, acting and chameleon tricks

L'etoile on summer's anniversary nostalgia and childhood idles

Pajiba shares fun excerpts from Neil Patrick Harris' upcoming autobiography. Sounds like a must-read. The Scott Caan story is delicious 

More Links & News

The Guardian "The Glorious Folly of Dance on Film" Singin' in the Rain, Pina and more

The Dissolve Bond 24 gets a rewrite. But why? Daniel Craig returns of course with Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris in tow

Geeks Out Boo. Disney is taking pains to make sure we know that 'Wandering Oaken' from Frozen (the guy with the store and sauna) isn't gay like the internet said

Kenneth in the (212) Shia Labeuf and the Jordan Almond defense

Towleroad Gay Iconography: Bette Midler

Vérité recommends Rob the Mob (2014) with Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda. This »


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Review: Cuban Fury (Blu-ray)

17 June 2014 9:16 AM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

The dance culture has seen an explosion of cinematic adaptations in recent years. There was Step Up in 2006 -  the dan-com that launched the career of one Channing Tatum; MTV-funded urban success Save the Last Dance in 2001; and everyones favourite rags-to-Rojo story Billy Elliot in 2000. Going further back, classics such as Footloose (starring Kevin Bacon. Yes, believe it or not he used to appear in films), Dirty Dancing and Saturday Night Fever slide into shot, while one could even argue the suitability of Gene Kelly’s infamous musical number Singin' in the Rain...although for the purpose of this review, we’ll stick with dance as the main focus as opposed to an entertaining side-plot.

However, Cuban Fury is a beast like no other. While it may tap along to a similar beat, it’s underlying study is of a comical nature. Viewers are presented with 98 minutes of unadulterated ‘slapstick »

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Trailers from Hell Goes 'Singin' In The Rain'

12 May 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Today on Trailers from Hell, John Landis takes on that iconic 1952 musical, "Singin' In The Rain." Close to perfection. Directors Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly assemble a peerless cast and crew to satirize and celebrate Hollywood. Set at the moment when sound came to motion pictures and turned the industry upside down (sending more than a few actors to the unemployment line), 1952's "Singin' In The Rain" seamlessly integrates its songs into its storyline, but even without those buoyant musical numbers it would still be one of the funniest movies ever made, thanks to Comdon and Green's ingenious screenplay. Co-stars Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor (in a sidekick role intended for Oscar Levant), and especially Jean Hagen, as the overbearing star with the voice to match, were never better. The title song had appeared previously in The Hollywood Revue of 1929 and 1940's Little Nelly Kelly. Recycling never looked so good. »

- Trailers From Hell

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On 'The Double': Richard Ayoade Meets His Match

9 May 2014 5:55 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Most people on this side of the pond might recognize veteran English comedian Richard Ayoade as the oddball techie Moss on the Britcom The It Crowd, or as the odd man out from the 2012 A-list sci-fi comedy The Watch (he was the gentleman who was not Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn or Jonah Hill). He's established himself as a novel comic presence onscreen, gravitating toward characters that feel several beats off from the norm and don't mesh with their environments.  

'Community's 'Critical Studies': Celebrating the 21st Century's Greatest TV Episode

Behind the camera, »

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14 Perfect Shots from the One Perfect Shot Twitter page

6 May 2014 8:02 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Filmmaker Geoff Todd's Twitter account, @OnePerfectShot, is our new No.1 destination for a daily fix of movie geekiness.

The account's mission is to "honour cinema's past and (hopefully) inspire a new generation of perfect shots" and features stunning stills from classic movies. And Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.

Here are our personal 14 favourite shots:

1. North by Northwest

Perfect shot from North By Northwest (1959) DoP: Robert Burks | Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 5, 2014

2. Badlands

Perfect shot from Badlands (1973) Cinematography:Tak Fujimoto (et al) | Dir:Terrence Malick

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 4, 2014

3. Reservoir Dogs

Perfect shot from Reservoir Dogs (1992) DoP: Andrzej Sekula - Dir: Quentin Tarantino

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 4, 2014

4. Psycho

Perfect shot from Psycho (1960) DoP: John L. Russell - Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

— Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) May 2, 2014

5. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom »

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From Dark to Flat-Out Hilarious: Here Are the SXSW Comedies You Need to Watch

18 March 2014 | | See recent news »

Make ’em laugh. That’s a song from Singin' in the Rain. It seems very appropriate for this SXSW Film Festival, and not just because I happily stood in the rain for an hour and a half to see Neighbors. Actually, let’s change it a little bit. “Make me laugh.” There. That’s better. Film festivals can be filled with heartbreaking documentaries and tragic dramas, that’s why I always scan the descriptions for the word “comedy.” I need a little pep in my film if I’m seeing four to five a day for the week. Thankfully, SXSW didn’t disappoint this year. Here is a roundup of the funny films SXSW had to offer, and that you should look for in the coming months.   The Dark Comedy Bad Words Jason Bateman is sick...

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- Jeff Bayer

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How Russell Crowe's Noah united two religions – against it

13 March 2014 8:40 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Some Muslims don't wan't to see Darren Aronofsky's new movie because Crowe plays Noah, a sacred figure in Islam. And it turns out that Christians aren't too keen on watching it either

Name: Noah.

Age: Minus two weeks.

Appearance: That depends. There are about seven different versions.

I'm confused. I thought there was only one Noah in the Bible? And didn't he live for 950 years? Sure, in a biblical kind of way.

But? But we're not talking about Noah the person, we're talking about Noah the movie.

There's a movie? Actually there are several. They all star Russell Crowe as Noah, and they were all directed by Darren Aronofsky.

Eh? Paramount Pictures has edited and re-edited Aronofsky's original to try to find a version that Christians will go crazy for, like they did for The Passion of the Christ.

Ok. And how's that going? Not well. Test audiences didn't »

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Jennifer Lopez's Red Silk Romper: Gotta Have It or Make It Stop?

8 March 2014 | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

We think we might be totally in love with Jennifer Lopez in this deep red romper but we need some convincing. On the one hand, the "I Luh Ya Papi" singer looks like she's wearing a set of too tight PJs. The shiny fabric feels a tad tacky for out-of-the-bedroom wear. But the old school shape hugs this curvy beauty in all the best places, making her feel like a showgirl from the '40s. Can't you see her popping out of a giant cake to sing a quick little ditty like in "Singin' In the Rain?" Would a modern belt help take this vintage look into 2.0 territory? Or maybe it's the dark shade that needs a reboot? We are used to seeing the queen of The Bronx in something a bit bolder and »

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Eternal Screencaps from the Blogging Mind

4 March 2014 8:07 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Guess what unforgettable movie about people wanting to forget is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary?

Have you ever thought about what your favorite shot from it is? Or which shot best represents the movie as a whole? Have you ever wondered how it can possibly be that the cinematographer Ellen Kuras has only done 4 narrative features in the ten years since?

You know where this is going right?!

Break out the bubbly because "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" returns on March 18th (We're moving it to Tuesdays at 9 Pm to give people the weekend to screen the movies and be ready!). If you're new to the blog or haven't yet experimented with actually participating, I guarantee a good time. Everyone who has participating religiously has said that they've gotten a ton out of it. Plus it proves the point 'the more the merrier' because the best episodes offer »


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"You Like Me!" (this is not an Oscar post)

2 March 2014 2:19 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

3 Notes. Oh don't click away you have time to read them. And yes I'll be live tweeting and a little light blogging tonight

01. Like The Film Experience on Facebook. Follow Nathaniel on Twitter, Pinterest? Why am I so needy? It's like this: Once Oscar night wraps up I experience something like a free fall; help me pull that parachute string.

02. We're here all year -- it's not just an Oscar site so don't abandon us if you're exhausted by Oscar shenanigans. There's only one more week of it, recapping this year's Oscars, filmbitching, and we'll close out the annual festivities with that Supporting Actress Smackdown we promised (yes, the one I flubbed that you've been impatient for). After that one eye returns to brand new movies and pinch of tv and the other to occasional trips back to favored oldies in A Year With Kate, Seasons of Bette, and Hit Me. »


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