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Ioncinephile of the Month: Andrew Droz Palermo

7 hours ago | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Ioncinema.com’s Ioncinephile of the Month feature focuses on an emerging filmmaker from the world of cinema. For those keeping tabs on emerging indie talents, you’d find our month’s featured personality listed as the cinematographer on Adam Wingard’s You’re Next, Hannah Fidell’s A Teacher, and Kat Candler’s short, Black Metal, but it’s his “radiant observational piece” smack-dab in a don’t blink or you’ll miss it community in middle America that Andrew Droz Palermo decided would be the subject of his first full length docu feature. Co-signed with cousin Tracy Droz Tragos, the U. S. Grand Jury Prize: Documentary winning Rich Hill will be released by The Orchard distrib folks on August 1st in New York City (check the listings). Here’s our profile on Andrew, and make sure to click on over to his Top Ten Films of All Time »

- Eric Lavallee

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Guardians of the Galaxy | Review

31 July 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Rocket Fuelled; Gunn Pleasures Summer PG-Spot

It’s the end of the world as we know it. Or so the popcorn films of the summer thus far would have us believe. From the knock ‘em, sock ‘em eyesore that was Transformers: Age of Extinction to the poetic Snowpiercer, this summer’s movies have recurrently reinforced that we are living in a dog-eat-dog, every-man-for-himself society and thankfully this is not the case in Guardians of the Galaxy, the multiplexes’ savior from the otherwise humorless and joyless fare on offer. Writer/director James Gunn (Slither, Super) has not only infused some much needed fun back into the subgenre, but he reminds auds to embrace each other with open arms. Though at times tonally inconsistent, this is the perfect lighthearted antidote to its summer release superhero predecessors.

Initially established in 1969, Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ comic books have seen numerous changes over the years, »

- Leora Heilbronn

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Quentin Tarantino Planning A Science Fiction Film?

30 July 2014 11:15 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Quentin Tarantino is easily one of the most talented, interesting and diverse film makers in the history of cinema. The unique vision and style that he brings to each of his productions, has attracted frequent critical attention ever since his ground-breaking debut in 1992 with Reservoir Dogs.

Since then, Tarantino has gone on to direct a range of modern classics such as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill and most recently Django Unchained. In fact, there are very few films directed by the man that have not received great critical and commercial acclaim (with more than a few nods from the Academy). After proving himself as a master of the Crime, Martial Arts, War and Western genres (with a healthy dose of Comedy sprinkled throughout), many have hoped that the auteur will one day flex his directorial muscles in a different direction.

Now it’s looking like those hopeful film enthusiasts may get »

- Ben Read

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Shouldn't You Actually Start Filming Before You Have a Movie Poster?

30 July 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

They're now officially counting Kill Bill as One feature so that The Hateful Eight can be Quentin Tarantino's official "8th" film. Convenient, eh? But that's okay because they should've been one film all along. And oh what gross film-splittings have occurred in their wake.

Question: Shouldn't you start filming before releasing a poster?

The movie is not scheduled to start filming until 2015... and the poster assumes everything will happen on schedule and it will be out by the end of that year. Good luck, movie! This reminds me of Amir's rants about all those opening day announcements for secret movies. Hollywood has a preemie problem.

 And may Quentin get this out of his system since this'll be his second consecutive nearly all male western. May he some day return to writing great female roles again because he's slipping into terrain that other writer/directors have covered sufficiently throughout time. »

- NATHANIEL R

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Quentin Tarantino: Sure, put Antonio Banderas and Jamie Foxx together in a movie

28 July 2014 2:08 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

(Cbr) To celebrate Dynamite's tenth anniversary, publisher Nick Barrucci and Senior Editor Joseph Rybrandt brought Quentin Tarantino to Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss the upcoming "Django/Zorro" crossover, along with co-writers Reginald Hudlin and Matt Wagner.   Alan Kistler was on hand to moderate, though with these panelists the dialogue sailed on its own. With the panelists taking the stage one by one, Tarantino took to the stage with tremendous applause.   "We're very fortunate that we're able to do the first sequel of a Tarantino film as a comic first," Barrucci said. "We've put out a lot of great comics from a lot of great creators," Barrucci said of Dynamite's ten years, "and we couldn't do it without you readers."   Kistler began by asking who approached who about the project.   "The person to thank is Nick Barrrucci," Hudlin said. "As Django was about to come out, Nick called me and said, »

- Shaun Manning, Comic Book Resources

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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ To Get A Comic Book Sequel

28 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Tarantino and Western film fans are in for a real treat, as Django Unchained will be getting a sequel in the form of a comic book series. To top it off,  it will be a crossover with the masked outlaw, Zorro!

Dynamite Entertainment, who publish comics such as The Bionic Woman and Buck Rogers, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year by releasing the first non-film sequel to Django Unchained. Django will be teamed up with Dynamite’s long running character Zorro who is the secret identity of Don Diego de la Vega. Tarantino fans will notice that Zorro’s last name is shared with the Vega brothers, Vincent (Pulp Fiction) and Mr. Blonde (Reservoir Dogs), which could mean in the director’s ‘Realer Than Real World’ universe, Zorro is a distant relative of the brothers!

Important figures from Dynamite Entertainment and Tarantino himself gathered at Comic-Con in San »

- Louise Tooth

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Quentin Tarantino Confirms Hateful Eight Movie Is Happening

28 July 2014 1:07 AM, PDT | www.themoviebit.com | See recent TheMovieBit news »

It’s not just Hall H that erupts during Comic-Con. Room 6Bcf also went crazy during Dynamite Comic’s panel for the Django Unchained-Zorro crossover comic book, where Quentin Tarantino was a guest. After a fan asked about the Hateful Eight movie, Tarantino confirmed that he is indeed moving forward with the movie. The fan asked “I was at the reading for The Hateful Eight. It would make me so happy if can you confirm if you are going to be doing it?” to which the director responded “Yes, we are going to be doing The Hateful Eight. All for you. We weren't sure about it but I just decided just now.” Not so long ago, the script for The Hateful Eight leaked online causing the Reservoir Dogs director to stop the movie in it’s tracks. He discovered the leak after his agent Mike Simpson began getting calls »

- noreply@blogger.com (Vic Barry)

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New trailer for Swelter starring Jean-Claude Van Damme

15 July 2014 4:29 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its North American release next month, a new trailer has debuted for the upcoming action thriller Swelter, which sees Jean-Claude Van Damme leading a cast that includes Lennie James (Snatch), Catalina Sandino Moreno (The Bridge), Grant Bowler (Killer Elite) and Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2). Take a look after the official synopsis…

“In the vein of the brutal heist drama Reservoir Dogs, the modern crime thriller A History of Violence, and the classic western High Plains Drifter, Swelter is a violent story of greed and retribution.”

Swelter hits DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in the States on August 12th, with a UK date yet to be confirmed.

The post New trailer for Swelter starring Jean-Claude Van Damme appeared first on Flickering Myth. »

- Gary Collinson

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Gary Oldman Facts: 27 Things You (Probably) Don't Know About the British Actor

11 July 2014 4:45 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Whether or not you agree with his recent comments in Playboy, there's no denying Gary Oldman is one of the great actors of our time.

Ever since breaking out in 1986's "Sid and Nancy" as the self-destructing Sex Pistol Sid Vicious, Oldman has transformed himself from one role to the next. A true chameleon, the actor changes his voice for every part and is nearly unrecognizable in films like "True Romance" (1993) and "The Contender" (2000). Despite his enormous influence among fellow actors, Oldman shuns the spotlight and has only once been nominated for an Oscar. Oldman turns in yet another stirring performance (despite limited screen time) in this summer's "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes".

From his famous ex-wife to his rejection from a prestigious drama school, here are 27 things you probably don't know about Gary Oldman.

1. Gary Oldman was born on March 21, 1958 in London, England to Kathleen Cheriton and Leonard Bertram Oldman. »

- Jonny Black

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10 Questions You Probably Have About Guardians Of The Galaxy

9 July 2014 6:43 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Marvel

When Marvel announced the next big film release in their phenomenally successful Cinematic Universe, you’d’ve been forgiven for replying “what’s a Guardians Of The Galaxy”? We’re not too proud to admit, dear reader, that even we were relatively unfamiliar with this motley crew of space criminals, who in fact have a forty year history in the comic books and have crossed over with some of the biggest titles Marvel publish, before the announcement. Despite that storied history, they’re remained relatively obscure –  after all, Spider-Man’s a little more relatable than a talking raccoon from beyond the solar system. Like, just a tad.

However with some ingenious casting, canny marketing and a well-stocked soundtrack, Marvel Studios have proven once again that they know exactly what they’re doing. Nobody had a clue who the Guardians Of The Galaxy were a year ago, and now they »

- Tom Baker

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Page 2: Star Wars, Goonies, OitNB, Reservoir Dogs, GoT, Independence Day, Transformers, Bttf, Simpsons, Alien

3 July 2014 2:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Gentle Giant’S Sdcc McQuarrie-style Luke Skywalker […]

The post Page 2: Star Wars, Goonies, OitNB, Reservoir Dogs, GoT, Independence Day, Transformers, Bttf, Simpsons, Alien appeared first on /Film. »

- Peter Sciretta

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10 Greatest Criminal Masterminds In Cinema

30 June 2014 4:40 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer

Good old crime. Although we here at WhatCulture.com do not in any way endorse criminal activity in real life, crime has often been one of the most fascinating subjects to base a movie around.

Of course there are movies about the dumb criminals and the heists gone drastically wrong. Films like Reservoir Dogs, Dog Day Afternoon and Snatch entertain us with the criminals’ misfortune. Their own idiocy and/or basic incompetence is the sole trigger for the horrible events that befall them.

Then there are the other kind of criminal: the mastermind. The kind of guy a little smarter than the average crook, the mastermind evades the police at every turn, outwitting them and occasionally even using their own system against them to perpetrate their ingenious schemes.

Whilst they don’t always get away with it, the sheer combination of brains and balls their plans take have us »

- Mark Bradley

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50 brilliant movie opening credits sequences

25 June 2014 2:27 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From a range of eras and genres, here's Jenny and Alex's light-hearted pick of 50 great opening title sequences from the movies...

Odd List

We don’t go to the cinema much, because we hate people. We also don’t go because there’s always the risk of accidentally going to see the wrong film. It's not helped by the fact that there's no way of telling until it’s too late, because there are no bloody opening credits on lots of modern films. And by the time you do realise, you’ve eaten all your popcorn and you can’t be bothered to move.

The movies on this list won’t give you that problem. These opening credits are perfect scene setters for the movies that follow, so you won’t have to worry about awkward popcorn wasting moments. It's not a top 50, rather a selection of 50 interesting credits sequences, »

- ryanlambie

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Hilarious Claymation Trailer Imagines Quentin Tarantino's Ghostbusters 3

19 June 2014 11:13 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Much ado has been made about who will be directing the long-gestating next installment in the beloved Ghostbusters film franchise, leaving many fans to imagine what the movie would be like if their favorite filmmaker was at the helm.

One of those fans is Lee Hardcastle, who made a name for himself with the ABCs of Death short film "T is for Toilet." A master of the art of claymation, Hardcastle just put together a hilarious little short that imagines a world wherein Quentin Tarantino is hired to direct Ghostbusters 3.

It essentially places the iconic characters into situations ripped straight out of films like Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill.

As you might imagine, the results are absolutely hilarious, and the claymation trailer is needless to say quite the treat for those who appreciate both Ghostbusters and the uber-violent brand of cinema that Tarantino specializes in. Can't say I »

- John Squires

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The movie directors who could use a good boss

19 June 2014 7:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

They're talented, individual, but could, possibly, do with a bit of editorial guidance. Could these directors use a boss, we wonder?

Odd List

In truth, we're a bit frightened about this one. Several times in pub/coffee shop/cider drinking in the park conversations, we've chatted about film directors who perhaps have got too powerful, that they seem to be able to get their own way without having someone to call bullshit on them - be it a good boss, or a very good friend that they trust and listen to.

This can be a very good thing. After all, we want film directors to be free to tell their stories. We don't want studio suits calling the shots. And some directors use their independence wondefully well, without losing what bought it to them in the first place (so, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Christopher Nolan, Robert Zemeckis and such like).

Still, »

- ryanlambie

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Quentin Tarantino co-writing a comic book that teams Django with Zorro

18 June 2014 8:51 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Quentin Tarantino has never made a sequel before. Sure, there was the planned Vega Brothers movie that would have united John Travolta and Michael Madsen's characters from Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, but that never happened. Technically, Kill Bill is one movie despite being released as two. But, until the hypothetical Kill Bill 3 gets made, the upcoming Django/Zorro may be the first true sequel that Tarantino has made. A co-production between DC and Dynamite Entertainment, »

- Alex Maidy

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10 Awful Plot Twists That Completely Ruined Great Games

15 June 2014 4:06 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Microsoft Studios

While ‘The Shocking Twist’ sounds like an Edm remix of a Chubby Checker song, its actual purpose is to deliver something unexpected to film-goers or book readers or game players. When done right, these moments are iconic – be it the end of The Sixth Sense, Reservoir Dogs or the death of Aerith in Final Fantasy VII. They can also be really dumb, and pose countless questions about the plot points that came before – like in The Dark Knight Rises, or in many of the games on this very list you’re about to read about and hopefully enjoy.

A plot twist, like what your Facebook feed says about handguns, is a tool. In the right hands, it can make a great game legendary, in the wrong hands, it’ll massacre any and all positive feelings you have toward a title. Twists must be used responsibility and with much care, »

- Paul J Meekin

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Exploitation Alley: Three The Hard Way (1974)

12 June 2014 1:16 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

I suppose I can blame this week’s Exploitation Alley on my best friend (and wife of Icons’ editor Jerry) for sending me a picture of a very shirtless, and very hot Michael Jai White as Black Dynamite. For some reason, ok…for many reasons I thought of the 1974 Blaxploitation classic Three The Hard Way. This film has everything our little Blaxploitation loving hearts desire. It stars Jim Kelly, Jim Brown, and Fred Williamson, has quite a few groovy tunes, explosions that appear out of nowhere, and an interesting sound effect that kind of just happens throughout the movie. It almost sounds like a really intense, yet very sad drop of water. Why? I have no idea. But weird drop of water sound effect aside, Three The Hard Way  is one hell of a great film, cheese and all.

The film starts off pretty action packed, and thankfully remains that »

- Natty

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Jeremy Irons Initially Mistook Glenn Close For a Man; That and More Highlights From Sundance Gala

10 June 2014 10:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last week was the 2014 Sundance Institute Celebration in New York, a benefit dinner to raise donations for the cause of independent cinema. The Sundance Institute presented awards to Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle, who each gave short speeches preceded by promotional videos that focused on the efforts of the Sundance Labs. The most highlighted films were Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," Lee Daniels's (who was in attendance) "Precious," and Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of a Southern Wild" (an Oscar nominee for Best Picture). Here are our seven highlights from the night, from the charming speeches to notable attendees (and absences).Damien Chazelle On the Return of "American Movies"The young director of the 2014 Sundance Jury and Audience Awards winner "Whiplash," Damien Chazelle received the night's Vanguard Award and used his speech to celebrate what he called "small, specific, executive dependent »

- Melina Gills

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Money and Cinema Collide: Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle Honored By Sundance Institute, With Help Of Jeremy Irons, Keri Russell, George Lucas, and Devoted Donors

10 June 2014 10:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last week was the 2014 Sundance Institute Celebration in New York, a benefit dinner to raise donations for the cause of independent cinema. The Sundance Institute presented awards to Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle, who each gave short speeches preceded by promotional videos that focused on the efforts of the Sundance Labs. The most highlighted films were Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," Lee Daniels's (who was in attendance) "Precious," and Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of a Southern Wild" (an Oscar nominee for Best Picture). Here are our seven highlights from the night, from the charming speeches to notable attendees (and absences).Damien Chazelle On the Return of "American Movies"The young director of the 2014 Sundance Jury and Audience Awards winner "Whiplash," Damien Chazelle received the night's Vanguard Award and used his speech to celebrate what he called "small, specific, executive dependent »

- Melina Gills

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