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Two Llamas Escape, Go Viral With Wild Ensuing Highway Chase

14 hours ago | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

On the run! Step aside, Bonnie and Clyde, today's most infamous fugitive couple is none other than a pair of llamas.  Social media users were captivated on Thursday, Feb. 26, by the escape of two llamas in Sun City, Ariz. A larger white llama and a smaller black llama went on the run, stopping traffic as they crossed a large highway.  The rogue animals then inspired a viral video worthy of the best police chases, running and darting in and out of traffic as they were chased by [...] »

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'Birdman' cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki joins exclusive club with Oscar win

22 February 2015 7:29 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

By winning the Best Cinematography Oscar for a second year in a row, "Birdman" director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki has joined a truly elite club whose ranks haven't been breached in nearly two decades. Only four other cinematographers have won the prize in two consecutive years. The last time it happened was in 1994 and 1995, when John Toll won for Edward Zwick's "Legends of the Fall" and Mel Gibson's "Braveheart" respectively. Before that you have to go all the way back to the late '40s, when Winton Hoch won in 1948 (Victor Fleming's "Joan of Arc" with Ingrid Bergman) and 1949 (John Ford's western "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon"). Both victories came in the color category, as the Academy awarded prizes separately for black-and-white and color photography from 1939 to 1956. Leon Shamroy also won back-to-back color cinematography Oscars, for Henry King's 1944 Woodrow Wilson biopic "Wilson" and John M. Stahl »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Dr. Phil Speaks With Dalton Hayes, Bonnie and Clyde Kentucky Kid, Video

19 February 2015 3:52 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

TV Picks: Tune in to Dr. Phil Speaks With Dalton Hayes, Bonnie and Clyde Kentucky Kid, Preview! “My mission was to protect Cheyenne and keep her safe and that’s what I did.” – Dalton HayesIn an exclusive jailhouse interview, Dr. Phil speaks with Dalton Hayes, the Kentucky teenager who last month allegedly went on a two-week crime spree in the Southeastern U.S. with his 13-year-old girlfriend Cheyenne Phillips until ultimately being caught by police in Florida. The episode airs Wednesday, February 25th (check local listings). Here are the facts:‘Bonnie and Clyde’ teen Hayes was indicted on 11 felony counts – including […] »

- April Neale

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The Hidden Story of Harley Quinn and How She Became the Superhero World’s Most Successful Woman

17 February 2015 6:20 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The comics industry is in the midst of a golden age for admirable female role models. Every few months, we get more series starring women worth looking up to: superheroes who work to fight sexism in the workplace by day and evil by night, hard-boiled detectives who battle to avert crises both public and personal, teenagers trying to build a kinder world free of prejudice. But there's a fly in the ointment, and she's wearing clown makeup. Harley Quinn is the best-selling female character in comics, and she's casually homicidal, gleefully amoral, and mentally unbalanced. There was a time when she was a mental-health professional, but she shredded her Hippocratic Oath when she hopped into bed with a mass-murdering, psychopathic patient and began a crime spree that would make Bonnie and Clyde wince. In the 22 years since she first entered our world as a one-off character in a Batman »

- Abraham Riesman

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Beyond Narrative: The Future of the Feature Film

12 February 2015 12:01 PM, PST | blogs.suntimes.com/ebert | See recent Roger Ebert's Blog news »

Editor's Note: RogerEbert.com is proud to reprint Roger Ebert's 1978 entry from the Encyclopedia Britannica publication "The Great Ideas Today," part of "The Great Books of the Western World." Reprinted with permission from The Great Ideas Today ©1978 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

It's a measure of how completely the Internet has transformed communication that I need to explain, for the benefit of some younger readers, what encyclopedias were: bound editions summing up all available knowledge, delivered to one's home in handsome bound editions. The "Great Books" series zeroed in on books about history, poetry, natural science, math and other fields of study; the "Great Ideas" series was meant to tie all the ideas together, and that was the mission given to Roger when he undertook this piece about film.

Given the venue he was writing for, it's probably wisest to look at Roger's long, wide-ranging piece as a snapshot of the »

- Roger Ebert

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Berlin 2015: 'Victoria' review

8 February 2015 11:44 AM, PST | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★☆☆ There's no digital trickery or sleight of hand in Sebastian Schipper's one-take wonderVictoria (2015). Ostensibly a contemporary Bonnie and Clyde with a slathering of immediacy layered generously on top, Schipper's latest is an adroitly choreographed feat of cinematic ingenuity, capturing a single night in Berlin in real-time. The film opens with a full-on assault on the senses. Pounding dance music beats incessantly on the frail membrane of the auditorium speakers while the camera glares into a strobe light. It's a disorientating, yet strangely immersive device, and as the camera drifts away to Victoria (Laia Costa) dancing by herself Schipper has already succeeded in making us feel part of her world.

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‘Black Vortex Alpha’ #1 is a crowded, but promising beginning to a colorful crossover

5 February 2015 12:38 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex Alpha #1

Written by Sam Humphries

Art by Ed McGuinness and Kris Anka

Colors by Marte Gracia, and Marcelo Maiolo

Published by Marvel Comics

One year after the Guardians of the Galaxy and the X-Men teamed up for the first time in “The Trial of Jean Grey,” the two teams reunite to contain the mystical artifact known as the Black Vortex. After glimpses and whispers of the artifact in the pages of Legendary Star-Lord, does the power of the Vortex justify the massive amount of characters in play here? And is there enough intrigue and mystery to last thirteen issues?

First things first. There are a Lot of characters to keep track of here, even for the first chapter of a book. And with the promise of more characters on the way, there may be a struggle to keep the narrative focused and relatable. »

- Halden Fraley

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Watch Keira Knightley recreate When Harry Met Sally orgasm scene

5 February 2015 1:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Vanity Fair has celebrated the success of British stars in Hollywood with a series of special videos.

Director Jason Bell has worked with the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley on three fake newsreels depicting a British invasion of Hollywood.

In the first video, Knightley re-enacts the famous scene from romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally, while Tom Hiddleston and Felicity Jones pretend to be Bonnie and Clyde.

Sally Hawkins, Jude Law, Michael Caine and James Corden are also seen joining the push. Jamie Dornan, Sam Claflin and Judi Dench make brief appearances in the clips as well.

At the end of the video below, Corden is seen demanding a franchise, while jokingly complaining about having to play British parts despite making it in the Us.

Meanwhile, a whole host of British talent has graced the prestigious cover of the 21st annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue.

Last month, the »

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Watch British Actors Reenact Iconic American Movie Scenes

4 February 2015 4:50 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The British are coming - or as anyone in Hollywood has long known, they've already arrived! Be it Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley or Eddie Redmayne, there has been a British invasion of American movies - and awards ceremonies - over recent years. That fact is humorously skewered in a cheeky short film for Vanity Fair by London-born photographer Jason Bell, whose work frequently appears in that magazine. (Vf's annual Hollywood issue will be available Feb. 5 in digital editions and on newsstands.) Bell had the idea to shoot an all-u.K. edition of the magazine's annual Hollywood portfolio (whose 30-page portfolio »

- Wade Rouse, @waderouse

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Watch British Actors Reenact Iconic American Movie Scenes

4 February 2015 4:50 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The British are coming - or as anyone in Hollywood has long known, they've already arrived! Be it Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley or Eddie Redmayne, there has been a British invasion of American movies - and awards ceremonies - over recent years. That fact is humorously skewered in a cheeky short film for Vanity Fair by London-born photographer Jason Bell, whose work frequently appears in that magazine. (Vf's annual Hollywood issue will be available Feb. 5 in digital editions and on newsstands.) Bell had the idea to shoot an all-u.K. edition of the magazine's annual Hollywood portfolio (whose 30-page portfolio »

- Wade Rouse, @waderouse

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Benedict Cumberbatch, James Corden take over Hollywood for Vanity Fair

4 February 2015 9:40 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Vanity Fair has celebrated the success of British stars in Hollywood with a series of special videos.

Director Jason Bell has worked with the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley on three fake newsreels depicting a British invasion of Hollywood.

In the first video, Knightley re-enacts the famous scene from romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally, while Tom Hiddleston and Felicity Jones pretend to be Bonnie and Clyde.

Sally Hawkins, Jude Law, Michael Caine and James Corden are also seen joining the push.

Jamie Dornan, Sam Claflin and Judi Dench make brief appearances in the clips as well.

At the end of the video below, Corden is seen demanding a franchise, while jokingly complaining about having to play British parts despite making it in the Us.

Meanwhile, a whole host of British talent has graced the prestigious cover of the 21st annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue.

Last month, the »

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Keira Knightley Re-creates Meg Ryan's Famous Orgasm Scene (Video)

4 February 2015 9:13 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Brits have officially invaded Hollywood in a new short film shot by Jason Bell for Vanity Fair. In celebration of how many British actors have been nominated for Oscars this year, and of course, how many work in Hollywood in general, Bell photographed 44 British actors for an all-u.K. edition of the magazine's annual Hollywood Issue. He also filmed them in this three-part short film. The clips feature Benedict Cumberbatch starting to strip down by a pond, Tom Hiddleston and Felicity Jones as Bonnie and Clyde, and Keira Knightley doing her best impression of Meg Ryan faking an

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- Lorena O'Neil

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Editors Guild Selects 75 Best Edited Films of All Time

4 February 2015 8:26 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Now this is a list that could result in a lot of fascinating dissection and thanks to HitFix it comes to our attention almost three years after it was originally released back in 2012, celebrating the Motion Picture Editors Guild's 75th anniversary. Over at HitFix, Kris Tapley asks, "Is this news to anyone elsec" Um, yes, I find it immensely interesting and a perfect starting point for anyone looking to further explore the art of film editing. In an accompanying article we get the particulars concerning what films were eligible and how films were to be considered: In our Jan-feb 12 issue, we asked Guild members to vote on what they consider to be the Best Edited Films of all time. Any feature-length film from any country in the world was eligible. And by "Best Edited," we explained, we didn't just mean picture; sound, music and mixing were to be considered as well. »

- Brad Brevet

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Keira Knightley Brilliantly Re-Creates Meg Ryan's Famous Fake Orgasm Scene

4 February 2015 7:33 AM, PST | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Keira Knightley, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Dornan, and more of the UK's hottest actors reenact famous scenes from iconic American movies in a breathtaking video for Vanity Fair. If you're a movie buff, you'll love watching Tom Hiddleston and Felicity Jones as a British Bonnie and Clyde - and Keira Knightley's re-creation of Meg Ryan's infamous fake orgasm scene in When Harry Met Sally . . . will make your jaw drop. The video also stars Michelle Dockery, Dame Judi Dench, and new Late Late Show host James Corden saying more famous Hollywood movie lines. The clip is one of three short films shot by London-based photographer Jason Bell and coincides with the magazine's annual Hollywood Issue. This year's issue features an all-British spread that highlights the recent flood of stars from across the pond, including David Oyelowo, Damian Lewis, and Natalie Dormer. Watch the video above now. »

- Brittney-Stephens

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Watch Every Famous British Person Reenact the Best American Movie Scenes

4 February 2015 7:29 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Did you ever notice how so many of our finest roles these days are being filled by Brits? Vanity Fair did, and it made a cheeky fake newsreel about it, to celebrate the Oscars, we guess? Because it's Vanity Fair, they were able to get literally every working British actor in Hollywood. Benedict Cumberbatch jumps into a pond. Eddie Redmayne rides a bike. Tom Hiddleston and Felicity Jones pretend to be Bonnie and Clyde. Keira Knightley reenacts that famous scene from When Harry Met Sally. If this year is any indication, they'll all receive Oscar nominations. »

- Nate Jones

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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley & More Brits Reenact Famous Movie Scenes

4 February 2015 7:15 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

The British aren't coming - they've already arrived and taken over Hollywood.

Vanity Fair is acknowledging the takeover in their annual Hollywood issue, which has an accompanying short film featuring a slew of British actors. Directed by Vanity Fair photographer Jason Bell, the short is in three parts -"Preparing for War," "Coming to America," and "Victory Is Assured" - and evokes World War II-era newsreels

Oscar nominees Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Eddie Redmayne, and Felicity Jones appear, as do stars including Judi Dench, Michael Caine, Jeremy Irons, Tom Hiddleston, Jamie Dornan, and Natalie Dormer.

They reenact some of the most famous scenes in motion picture history. Hiddleston and Jones make a fetching Bonnie and Clyde, while Knightley does her own version of Meg Ryan's orgasm scene from "When Harry Met Sally."

We'll have what Keira's having!

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- Kelly Woo

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What is the best-edited film of all time according to those who do the job?

3 February 2015 8:43 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A random bit of researching on a Tuesday night led me to something I didn't know existed: The Motion Picture Editors Guild's list of the 75 best-edited films of all time. It was a feature in part celebrating the Guild's 75th anniversary in 2012. Is this news to anyone else? I confess to having missed it entirely. Naturally, I had to dig in. What was immediately striking to me about the list — which was decided upon by the Guild membership and, per instruction, was considered in terms of picture and sound editorial as opposed to just the former — was the most popular decade ranking. Naturally, the 1970s led with 17 mentions, but right on its heels was the 1990s. I wouldn't have expected that but I happen to agree with the assessment. Thelma Schoonmaker's work on "Raging Bull" came out on top, an objectively difficult choice to dispute, really. It was so transformative, »

- Kristopher Tapley

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'The Flash' Recap: The Flash Faces a Bonnie and Clyde Duo

3 February 2015 11:58 AM, PST | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

The sidekicks finally take the spotlight in this episode of The Flash, "Crazy for You," while the Flash takes on a Bonnie and Clyde couple with an almost fool-proof escape plan.

With Wells' shadiness sidelined, The Flash finally allows some room for the other S.T.A.R. Labs employees to shine. I've never completely been on board with Caitlin and Cisco because they have functioned mostly as sidekicks without personal lives (which they literally address in this episode). They switch roles -- Caitlin even gets to name a metahuman "Peekabo" (she should stick to liquor) -- and it does a lot to endear them to an audience and giveS them things to do besides science! Caitlin is such an endearing (and embarrassing) drunk and Cisco is given a serious storyline to resolve his guilt in Ronnie's demise instead of just being in the role as the wise-cracking nerd.

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“You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling”: Top Ten Tragic Lovers in the Movies

26 January 2015 10:41 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Love can be a many splendid thing…both in triumph and sometimes in tragedy. The emphasis of this sentiment is mainly on the latter as tragedy can be defined in various degrees of despair. Consequently, we have endured all sorts of conflict between lovers in cinema throughout the history of frequenting the movies.

In You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling: Top Ten Tragic Lovers in the Movies we will look at a selection of films where the tragic circumstances have shaped the foundation of film lovers convincingly. The tragic overtones come in all varieties: marital discourse, criminal activity, fraud, addiction, etc. Granted that there are probably bigger and better choices for lovey-dovey antagonism that could be cited in You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling but hey…the outcome remains the same: hampered relationships that are creatively rooted in turmoil.

The spotlight of “lovers” are open to discussion in the realm of combative married couples, »

- Frank Ochieng

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ABC Orders Biblical, FBI and Crime Drama Pilots

23 January 2015 6:32 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Network also orders family dramedy “Mix”

ABC has ordered five new drama pilots, including the Biblical saga “Of Kings and Prophets” and the FBI drama “Quantico,” from Josh Safran.

“Of Kings and Prophets,” written by Adam Cooper and Bill Collage (“Accepted”), is described as an epic Biblical saga of faith, ambition and betrayal as told through the eyes of a battle-weary king, a powerful and resentful prophet and a resourceful young shepherd on a collision course with destiny.

Also Read: John Stamos Comedy, John Wells Drama ‘Studio City’ Get Fox Pilot Orders

ABC Studios is producing the pilot, which is executive produced by Jason Reed, »

- Tim Kenneally

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