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On this day in pop culture history: the first ‘X-Men’ movie opened in theaters

14 July 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

16 years ago today was (arguably) the beginning of the modern superhero movie era. Even if you give that distinction to Spider-Man or Iron Man, it’s undeniable that the first X-Men movie paved the way for the proliferation of caped heroes in Hollywood today. In 2000, the only other superhero movies released were negatively received comedies The Specials and Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV, and M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable — a superhero movie in a time before they could be baldfaced superhero movies. Now, everyone wants in on the superhero genre, which is now producing the buzziest and most lucrative blockbusters of 2016. The ninth and most recent X-Men movie, Apocalypse, ultimately delivered disappointing numbers in the ever-more-crowded superhero line-up, but that didn’t stop Fox from ordering a pilot for what looks to be a series based in the X-Men world. Other notable July 14 happenings in pop culture history: • 1966: »

- Emily Rome

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Take a Steven Spielberg-Guided Tour of the Universal Studios Hollywood Lot

30 June 2016 7:31 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

If you’re going to tour the Universal Studios Lot, why not do it in style with the king of blockbusters himself, Steven Spielberg? All right, you can’t actually do that, but you can watch a video of someone doing it with him. With The Bfg opening this Friday, Spielberg has given a guided tour of his “ancestral home” at the Universal Studios Hollywood lot.

In the video, he talks about sneaking in as a teenager, where he’d watch the filming of TV shows and movies, seeing Hitchcock in person, and getting kicked off the Torn Curtain set by a third Ad. He shows, among others, locations used for Back to the Future, which he executive produced, the infamous Bates Motel, “the best used back lot” for Westerns in the ’50s and ’60s, and, of course, the set used for Jaws, part of which he utilized after the »

- Mike Mazzanti

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Lars von Trier Concert, Tim Robbins on ‘The Player,’ Alfred Hitchcock’s Unloved, and More

1 June 2016 1:43 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

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Jan Nemec‘s last film, The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street, Roberto Andò‘s The Confessions, Anthropoid, and more will premiere at the 2016 Karlovy Vary Festival.

Watch a trailer for an upcoming concert in Denmark featuring the music of Lars von Trier‘s film:

The New York Asian Film Festival 2016 has unveiled its full line-up.

Tim Robbins reflects on working with Robert Altman in The Player, now on Criterion:

Slate highlights the 50 greatest movies by black directors:

Despite everything, black filmmakers have produced art on screen that is just as daring, original, influential, and essential as the heralded works of Welles, Coppola, Antonioni, Kurosawa, and other nonblack directors. »

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