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Jon Watts Reveals Which Movies Have Influenced His Take On Spider-Man

19 October 2015 4:45 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Jon Watts received positive reviews for Cop Car, but so too did Marc Webb for (500) Days of Summer before he tackled The Amazing Spider-Man franchise with mixed results. The point is, Marvel has taken a big risk in hiring a similar type of filmmaker for their 2017 reboot, especially as many fans expected them to turn to someone with more experience in order to get this take on the wall-crawler right.

However, the director has so far been saying all the right things about his vision for Spider-Man, and his latest comments are in regards to which coming of age films have inspired his take on the character. He unfortunately wouldn’t reveal his favourite superhero movies out of fear of giving “away any of the things” which might make it into this reboot, but the following selection do offer some insight into how he plans to handle Peter Parker’s teenage years. »

- Josh Wilding

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​'Almost Famous': 15 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Cameron Crowe's Oscar-Winning Film

15 September 2015 2:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

​Fifteen years later, that tour bus group singalong of Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" still rings in our ears.

"Almost Famous" may not have been a hit when it first opened on September 15, 2000, but over the years, it's come to pluck the heartstrings and echo in the eardrums of millions of fans. It made a star of Kate Hudson, gave an early career boost to Zooey Deschanel, and won writer/director Cameron Crowe (of "Say Anything" and "Jerry Maguire" fame) his only Oscar to date.

In honor of "Almost Famous'" fifteenth anniversary, crank up Stillwater's "Fever Dog" and check out these facts you may not know about Crowe's semi-autobiographical film.


- Gary Susman

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"Singles" Keeps Giving Reasons To Stay That Way

12 September 2015 9:46 PM, PDT | | See recent JustPressPlay news »

There was a time, surely, when Singles must have felt pretty fresh. It was keyed into a time and place that has all but been enshrined as one the late twentieth century's great creative meccas (early 90s Seattle), and its young creative talent (most notably Cameron Crowe, who was between Say Anything and Jerry Maguire) was working in a form that had not yet ripened into insufferable cliché. Just how well that will translate to the present will vary from viewer to viewer, but on the whole, Singles retains its virtues, if more so as a time capsule than as a romantic comedy.



- Anders Nelson

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The Importance Of Doubting Tom Filming in St. Louis – Wamg Coverage

12 August 2015 8:46 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

It’s always exciting when there’s a new feature film being shot in St. Louis! We Are Movie Geeks was recently on the set of The Importance Of Doubting Tom, a romantic comedy set in the world of dart throwing where the “competitions play out echoing and mirroring the games that lovers play”. It’s loosely based on the classic Oscar Wilde play, The Importance of Being Earnest.

The Importance Of Doubting Tom is written and directed by Vanessa Roman, who has been actively working in the local theater and film industry for 15 years. Her first film, Play Dead, won Best Horror Short and Best Juvenile Actress at The St. Louis Filmmaker’s Showcase and her second, The Inheritance won Best Experimental film at the Toronto Female Eye Film Festival.

Vanessa has assembled a first-rate cast and crew for The Importance Of Doubting Tom.

Director of Photography Chris Benson has shot many commercials, »

- Tom Stockman

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Respect for Tom Cruise

1 August 2015 10:11 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Matthew Lee on his respect for Tom Cruise

Since 2006, Tom Cruise has been reduced to, for lack of a better phrase, a global joke; a quick source for derision, slander, and mockery among the A-List Hollywood performers for the masses to prod at. There was his Jumping the Couch moment on Oprah, the uncomfortable Scientology interview, his termination with Paramount studios, and M:i:iii underperforming at the box office. In short, 2006 was not a good year for the iconic A-Lister.

Despite such set-backs Cruise still produces and stars in critically and financially successful movies, which proves his presence in Hollywood is unscathed. One needs only to look at 2011’s Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol, which would become Cruise’s highest grossing film to date, or the last few films that have received critical acclaim i.e. Edge of Tomorrow. Further, when one looks at Cruise’s career, one gets a sense that »

- Matthew Lee

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Q&A: Judd Apatow on ‘Trainwreck,’ Finding Amy Schumer and the Dangers of a Selfie

17 July 2015 1:33 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

At the world premiere of “Trainwreck” at the SXSW Film Festival last March, the loudest laughs from inside the theater came from the film’s director, Judd Apatow. Slumped down in a seat behind his new star, Amy Schumer, Apatow was so invested in the story about a thirtysomething magazine journalist who emerges from a series of one-night stands to begrudgingly find true love that he actually shushed a nearby, mortified fan who tried to open a candy wrapper.

Later, Apatow and Schumer would deliver a standup comedy set in Austin that provided the launching pad for a national tour they’d announce. And “Trainwreck,” which opens today, will keep the laughs coming. Apatow, one of the most prolific producers in Hollywood (“Girls,” “Anchorman 2,” “Begin Again,” “Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday,” etc.), has been selective about his own directorial projects. “Trainwreck” is his first film since 2012’s “This is 40, »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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All American High Revisited: ‘A kind of cinematic school reunion’

29 June 2015 1:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

It may be trying too hard to be a bit Boyhood, but Keva Rosenfeld’s doc-about-a-doc is part of a revealing strand of Us culture

In any grading of high-school movies, Fast Times At Ridgemont High would earn a distinction. That 1982 comedy comes packed with charismatic performances from such ripening-on-the-tree stars-to-be as Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Phoebe Cates. Leigh prepared by taking a job at the pizza parlour where her character works; Penn was so Method about playing stoned surfer Jeff Spicoli that he later wrote: “Was I being Jeff or Sean? I felt like there was no Sean. I was immersed.”

That immersion is shared by the book that inspired the film, a non-fiction work of the same name by Cameron Crowe, later to become the writer-director of his own teen gem, Say Anything. Crowe, then 22, went undercover for a year at Clairemont High School, San Diego, »

- Ryan Gilbey

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Cocoon Turns 30: Ron Howard’s Fable is Still an Ageless Sci-Fi Classic

21 June 2015 12:38 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Death is inevitable. That’s a universal truth we all learn at a very early age and as we get older, the reality of that truism becomes more and more evident with each passing day. But what if you didn’t have to die? What if you could live forever? That wish fulfillment was precisely what a then up-and-coming filmmaker Ron Howard explored back in 1985 with his wondrous fable, Cocoon. It’s a remarkable film for many reasons, but what has always made it so memorable for me was the way Howard managed to create such a vivid, dignifying and endearing portrait of octogenarian life that demonstrated how the elderly can still enjoy a fulfilling existence even if the rest of the world no longer recognizes their vitality.

This month, Howard’s wondrously heartfelt fable turns 30 and it feels like the perfect time celebrate this remarkably unique film that defied the odds for many reasons, »

- Heather Wixson

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Ranking the films of Cameron Crowe

8 June 2015 12:33 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

I’m a big fan of positivity, especially when it comes to the film industry, since it seems to be at a premium most of the time. Two weeks ago, filmmaker Cameron Crowe’s latest movie Aloha opened to rather poor reviews, some of which began to look back and degrade his canon on the whole. In an attempt to keep it positive, I wanted to look back on Crowe’s filmography and rank his work to date, especially since I’m one of the few who feel that he’s basically never had a true “bad” movie. Some of his films are better than the others, of course, but they all have value… Here’s my ranking of the films from writer/director Cameron Crowe: 1. Almost Famous – Crowe’s masterpiece and one of the best films of the last 25 years (along with one of my five favorites of »

- Joey Magidson

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The Collider Podcast: Episode 8 – The Films of Cameron Crowe

3 June 2015 10:05 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

This week on The Collider Podcast, Adam and I talk about the films of writer-director Cameron Crowe.  We go through and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of all of Crowe's features--Say Anything, Singles, Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky, Elizabethtown, We Bought a Zoo, and Aloha--as well as his breakthrough screenwriting work for Fast Times at Ridgemont High.  Over the course of our talk, we try to figure out what defines a Cameron Crowe film and why the quality of his work has declined over his past several films. Click here to download the latest episode of The Collider Podcast or listen below; click here for last week’s episode ("Tomorrowland"); and click here to find us on iTunes. And if you like the podcast, please leaves a positive review on iTunes. We’ll think you’re a terrific person! If you don’t like the podcast, feel »

- Matt Goldberg

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8 Things a Cameron Crowe Movie Always Has

3 June 2015 5:30 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Aloha came out last weekend, and the romantic comedy's tropical setting isn't the only thing that will remind you of other movies. The Bradley Cooper/Emma Stone movie comes from the mind of writer/director Cameron Crowe, who has created some iconic films, like Say Anything and Jerry Maguire. Crowe has a distinctive style, and if you've seen a few of his films, you can recognize some of the trademarks. Here's a little field guide to elements that are always in his films. »

- Shannon-Vestal

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Interview: John Cusack Channels Brian Wilson in ‘Love & Mercy’

3 June 2015 10:17 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Chicago – John Cusack has never rested on his laurels, which are many in his film career, nor stood still as an artist or an actor. His latest film is the magnificent “Love & Mercy,” in which he portrays music legend Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys as a middle aged man, trying to break free of the circumstances in his life.

Written by Oren Moverman and Michael Alan Lerner, and directed by Bill Pohlad, “Love & Mercy” – derived from a Brian Wilson song title – is the story of two crucial phases in the songwriter’s life. The younger phase, portrayed by Paul Dano, checks in with Wilson as he puts together The Beach Boys’ album masterpiece, “Pet Sounds.” At this point, the dissolution of Brian Wilson as Rock Star is beginning, and as a result the older phase of his life comes into view.

And it is John Cusack who takes over »

- (Adam Fendelman)

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Cameron Crowe says he could still write Say Anything 2

2 June 2015 9:03 AM, PDT | | See recent JoBlo news »

Writer/director Cameron Crowe was on fire early on in his career, dishing out coming-of-age tales Say Anything and Singles right out the gate. He then dived into major critical success with Jerry Maguire before delivering the fan-favorite Almost Famous, thus cementing himself in the minds of cinephiles everywhere. Many years later came Elizabethtown, then We Bought A Zoo and now we have Aloha. As you can see,... Read More »

- Sean Wist

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Cameron Crowe Refuses To Rule Out Say Anything 2

2 June 2015 6:14 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

With his latest effort, Aloha, failing to ignite at the box office, writer-director Cameron Crowe has been on the publicity trail – including giving an interview to Film School Rejects. During their conversation, the subject of Say Anything 2 – a sequel to his always popular debut movie – was broached, and Crowe had some surprising things to say.

Say Anything arrived in theatres in April 1989, and has remained an audience favourite ever since. Starring John Cusack as Lloyd Dobler, and Ione Skye as Diane Court, the story charts the development of their complex romantic relationship between High School graduation and Diane’s scheduled departure for college. Also starring John Mahoney, Lili Taylor, Pamela Adlon, Jeremy Piven and Eric Stoltz, the film became legendary for its depiction of youthful infatuation, and made a bona fide movie star out of John Cusack – thanks to a brilliant performance, and a simple shot of him holding a boom box over his head. »

- Sarah Myles

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Cameron Crowe Has Big Ideas For Say Anything 2

1 June 2015 5:17 PM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Cameron Crowe is in need of a hit. His latest effort, Aloha, has been savaged by critics, while audiences have been staying away from it. In fact, Aloha has proved to be such an disaster that moviegoers are wondering if Cameron Crowe has lost his edge. But it sounds as if the Almost Famous and Jerry Maguire filmmaker has devised a possible antidote to his current problem: he has ideas for a sequel to Say Anything, one of his most endearing films. And he.s got huge plans for the potential follow-up. Cameron Crowe made this admission to Film School Rejects, where he admitted that he has recently been spending a lot of time thinking about the character of Lloyd Dobler (who was played oh-so expertly by John Cusack back in 1989). Crowe has previously insisted that he would be interested in making a sequel, and now it.s clear that »

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Cameron Crowe Has Thought About Making a ‘Say Anything’ Sequel

1 June 2015 8:17 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Cameron Crowe‘s career has stumbled a bit as of late, but nothing will take away the fact that he wrote and directed Say Anything…, still one of the best loved movie romances of all time. 26 years later, fans are still curious about the fates of Lloyd Dobler and Diane Court — and it sounds like […]

The post Cameron Crowe Has Thought About Making a ‘Say Anything’ Sequel appeared first on /Film. »

- Angie Han

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'San Andreas' vs. 'Aloha': A Cautionary Box Office Tale

1 June 2015 5:30 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Everyone complains that Hollywood doesn't make original movies anymore, but when the studios actually do, they don't always know how to sell them. That was the lesson of "Tomorrowland" last weekend, and it's the source of this weekend's cautionary box office tale involving two more original wide-release movies, "San Andreas" and "Aloha."

Neither movie got very good reviews, but "San Andreas" was generally considered a sure thing, while "Aloha" was expected to disappoint. In fact, "San Andreas" opened on top with an estimated $53.0 million, well above the $35-to-$40 million pundits had predicted. Conversely, "Aloha" debuted in sixth place with an estimated $10.0 million, at the bottom end of its meager $10-$13 million expectations.

Though one is a big-budget disaster movie and the other a mid-budget romantic dramedy, the two films had a lot more in common than you might think. And yet, those elements proved an asset to one and a detriment to the other. »

- Gary Susman

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‘Aloha’ Sinks Under Wave of Harsh Reviews With $10 Million

31 May 2015 11:09 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Even a starry cast led by Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone, a counter-programming bid against action-heavy “San Andreas,” a romantic Hawaiian setting and a beloved director weren’t enough to keep “Aloha” afloat in its opening weekend.

Sony’s long-awaited Cameron Crowe romantic comedy, which washed ashore laden with a heavy cargo of bad buzz and brutal reviews, landed in sixth place this weekend with $10 million at 2,816 locations in the U.S.

But Sony distribution chief Rory Bruer said the opening was “within the studio’s expectations,” and pointed to the B+ CinemaScore for the Cooper, Stone and Rachel McAdams starrer as indication that the troubled film could hold well in coming weeks.

“We’re proud of the film,” he said Sunday. “Our very talented cast is great and we believe it will leg out nicely. There are  so many special moments, so it’s very satisfying for audience members. »

- Dave McNary

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Ten Songs Forever Changed By Movies

31 May 2015 9:06 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

People have a pretty intimate relationship with music. The song that was playing when you had your first slow dance, broke up with that certain someone, or lost your virginity will rank higher for you than it will for some random listener. Even bad songs have a way of causing flashbacks, for better or worse. So when a movie ties a song to imagery we never imagined while making out in the back seat, it can shake up our reality a little. Say Anything permanently connected Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” with boom boxes and early-morning wake-ups, and who among us can hear Van Morrison’s “Brown Eyed Girl” without regretting that they spent good money to see Sleeping with the Enemy? Here are some other songs that celluloid changed forever.

“The Star-Spangled Banner,” Poltergeist (1982) – A whole generation hears this song with a sense of dread thanks to its »

- M. Robert Grunwald

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Cameron Crowe Has Considered a Say Anything Sequel

29 May 2015 5:23 PM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Has Cameron Crowe ever considered making a Say Anything sequel? Yes. He gave us some insight as to how it might work.

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- Jack Giroux

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