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Updated: So Maybe 'Indiana Jones 5' is Happeningc

2 hours ago | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Over at Slashfilm they noticed something of a throwaway line in a recent article at Variety discussing the new collaborative online project from cinematographers Janusz Kaminski (Lincoln), Phedon Papamichael (Nebraska) and Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight Rises) in which the trio will offer a series of online instructional videos for aspiring filmmakers at Advanced Filmmaking. The line has to do with Kaminski, which goes as follows: Since then, Kaminski has made more than a dozen films with Steven Spielberg, earning two Oscars along the way. His credits include Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan and The Diving Bell & the Butterfly. His next project is the upcoming fifth Indiana Jones movie. Wait, whatc His next projectc Kaminski previously worked on The Judge, which hits theaters on October 10 (my review) and is now working on Spielberg's Untitled Cold War thriller (which is going by St. James Place on set, but that is not »

- Brad Brevet

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Film Review: 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'

20 September 2014 12:57 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★☆☆There's an endearing nature to Liam Neeson's action-hero exploits - what CineVue's Chris Fennell dubbed "Neesploitation" - over the years. The man who won an Oscar nomination twenty years past for Schindler's List (1993) is now a more bankable hardman than Schwarzenegger and Stallone, and yet little before 2008's Taken suggested such a second career for someone of Neeson's gruff appearance. Perhaps the tragic death of his then-wife Natasha Richardson was the catalyst. There's a gravitas and indeed a tragedy that makes him effortlessly identifiable in these madcap parts. Just look at how many 'former' roles he plays - an ex-cia man in the Taken films, a reformed convict in The Next Three Days.


- CineVue UK

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Brie Larson and Ben Kingsley up the pedigree of Daniel Radcliffe-led 'Brooklyn Bridge'

16 September 2014 10:36 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Daniel Radcliffe will win an Oscar, eventually. He's driven, he's eclectic, he's riding Leonardo DiCaprio-esque blockbuster momentum that he's happy to cash in for provocative material, and, most importantly, he's good. And getting better. Holding his own against Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith and Ralph Fiennes for a decade certainly helped. Based on the talent assembled for his latest project, Radcliffe's time could be coming sooner than later. Goldcrest Films announced today that Sir Ben Kinglsey ("Schindler's List") and Brie Larson ("Short Term 12") will join Radcliffe in Killer Films' "Brooklyn Bridge," the story of engineer Washington Roebling and his calamitous road to realizing New York City's iconic structure. Radcliffe will play Roebling, who inherits the Brooklyn Bridge project from his father (Kinglsey) and finds an unlikely working partner in his wife, Emily (Larson). Radcliffe's costars provide an awards-friendly bedrock for "Brooklyn Bridge." Kinglsey is a four-time Oscar nominee, picking »

- Matt Patches

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Podcast: Fall Box Office Draft, Reviewing 'Starred Up', Kirk Cameron and Much More

29 August 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

We cover a lot of ground in today's podcast and yet it still fell just short of the two hour mark and we really tried. That said, today we hold the Fall Box Office Draft, we review Frank and Starred Up and revisit The Trip to Italy as Laremy caught it this week and had a few things to say. We also play our regular assortment of games including the longest "Buy or Sell" edition ever, plus clear out a backlog of "Watch This or Watch That". Also included is a conversation as to whether you can be too apologetic in reviews, a listen to the trailer for Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas and even a voicemail sneaks in. We hope you enjoy. If you are on Twitter, we have a Twitter account dedicated to the podcast at @bnlpod. Give us a follow won'tchac I want to remind you that »

- Brad Brevet

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Swedish neo-Nazi rally blasted with Schindler's List theme

27 August 2014 4:31 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Officials of a Swedish town have combated a neo-Nazi rally with the Schindler's List theme.

The bells of Norrköping city hall rang to the composition from Steven Spielberg's Holocaust film to oppose the far-right message (via The Guardian).

The tune was played before and after the rally by the Party of the Swedes, a group that wants to end immigration and reserve Swedish citizenship for people of "western genetic and cultural heritage".

Local government spokesman Ulf Mossberg said that the move expressed the city's belief in "the equal value of all people".

The small extremist party hopes to win seats at the Swedish elections on September 14.

1993's Schindler's List told the tale of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who smuggled Jewish refugees to safety during World War II. It won seven Oscars out of twelve nominations. »

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An emotional 'Ask Drew' looks back at the life and work of the great Robin Williams

13 August 2014 4:40 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"Suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems." - Robin Williams, "World's Greatest Dad" This is a very emotional "Ask Drew." This is, I would suspect, the closest you're ever going to see to me losing it on camera completely. I guess I shouldn't have been surprised when there was a Robin Williams question, since it's still so fresh and so raw for so many people, but I couldn't have known just how hard it would be to talk about him. I mean, I have stared at the blinking cursor on my blank document page for almost two days now, grappling with one question:  how in the hell do you even remotely begin to sum up someone as huge as Robin Williams? We could start from the personal angle. I could tell you about the occasional e-mails I got from him when I was at Ain't It Cool, or the »

- Drew McWeeny

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12 Surprising Things We Learned From Robin Williams' Reddit Ama

11 August 2014 9:40 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The beloved performer shared his soul with the internet when he answered these revealing Ask Me Anything questions in 2013.

In late 2013-- before Robin Williams' CBS sitcom The Crazy Ones premiered-- the Oscar winner took to Reddit for one of their Ask Me Anything (Ama) online events - where site users are encouraged to ask whatever they've always wanted to know about the famous participant. In this case, Williams got quite candid.

Robin Williams died on Monday, August 11, at age 63. The celebrated comedian and actor had been battling depression, according to his representative, and is suspected to have died of an apparent suicide.

One quote that stuck out in the wake of Williams' death is a question he answered from a Redditor who wanted advice, as he was going through a hard time in his life. The actor's words of support were succinct but poignant.

However, the comedian's energy and excitability poured out during the entire »

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Which Classic Movie Are You Ashamed You've Never Seen?

31 July 2014 4:25 PM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Have you ever been in a conversation where someone brings up how great some classic movie is, and all you can do is either fall silent or pretend you've seen it? I mean, heaven forbid you admit you haven't seen Star Wars or The Goonies, like some of our editors. The shame of never having seen Schindler's List or The Godfather runs deep, we know. Having said that, it's impossible to watch every movie ever! We invite you to shed your guilt and admit what "classic" movie you've never found the time or energy to watch. We'll go first, so you know this is a judgment-free zone. Front Page Image Source: Warner Bros. »

- Maggie-Pehanick

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Watch: 3-Minute Supercut Retrospective Commemorating Best Picture Oscar Winners Of 1990s

31 July 2014 8:22 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

With the awards season on the horizon, now is as good a time as any to look back on the movies that won favor with the Academy. Earlier this year, a supercut emerged highlighting the Best Picture Oscar winners of the 2000s, and now video editor Miguel Branco has turned his eye to the 1990s, with a fresh video celebrating the movies that defined a decade. And indeed, the 1990s seemed to mostly be defined by the epic drama, with "Dances With Wolves," "Braveheart, "Schindler's List" and "The English Patient" taking home Oscar gold. But the Academy took chances too, honoring Jonathan Demme's horror "Silence Of The Lambs," Clint Eastwood's western "Unforgiven" and Sam Mendes' "American Beauty" as well. Take a look a the full video below, and let us know if these winners still stand the test of time, or if you would have chosen differently. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Critical Intent: Roger Ebert's Life on Film

2 July 2014 6:30 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

On a December morning, in 2012, Steve James walked into a patient's room at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and immediately felt remorse. With his lower jaw removed from several surgeries related to a 11-year battle with cancer of the thyroid and salivary glands, Roger Ebert, the iconic film critic, was all strung up, looking rather helpless, sound asleep. "I remember looking [at him] and going, Aw shit, I dunno," the filmmaker recalls of the emotional first day of shooting Life Itself, his documentary on Ebert. "I don't know how people are going to feel about this. »

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13 actors who should actually be bigger movie stars

26 June 2014 1:20 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Climbing the Hollywood ladder isn't easy. One tier of success does not guarantee another.  That often means actors can reach one level of notoriety, but never reach breakout status.  Often it takes years to become a real movie star.  Anyone remember how long it took Liam Neeson? You could argue that Neeson's first real movie role was in Roland Joffee's "The Mission" way back in 1986 (released before many of you were even born).  His major breakout should have been Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" where he earned a coveted best actor nomination.  Instead, Neeson followed it up with a string of bombs before George Lucas cast him as Qui-Gon Jinn in "Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace." That was the second spark. The third spark?  Playing Ra's al Ghul in "Batman Begins."  And then, of all things, "Taken."  It's hard to believe, but Neeson didn't become a household name until that blockbuster 2008 thriller. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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The Grand Budapest Hotel Blu-ray Review

19 June 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka, Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel is a story within a story within a story within a story. The first takes place in present day and bookends the feature, two small segments where a young girl, carrying a book, is visiting the grave of Zubrowka's "national treasure." The "treasure" is a novelist whose name is never revealed and the book is The Grand Budapest Hotel.

It is here we flash back to 1985 to meet the author (played by Tom Wilkinson) who briefly explains how the book came to be. Flashback two takes us back to 1968, where the younger novelist (Jude Law) is visiting the famous hotel and comes across Mr. Moustafa (F. Murray Abraham) who just so happens to have the story that will become the author's book.

Over dinner, Mr. Moustafa recounts the time he was a lobby boy at the »

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Release dates for Spielberg's new films confirmed

16 June 2014 10:42 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Bfg and Steven Spielberg's thus far untitled Cold War spy thriller now have release dates...


Ever since he directed Jurassic Park and Schindler's List back to back, Steven Spielberg has had periods where he's directed films in clumps. Most notably, he did The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Amistad and Saving Private Ryan pretty much back to back, pocketing an Oscar for the last of those three.

A few years later, he then went from A.I. to Minority Report to Catch Me If You Can, and in 2005 from War Of The Worlds to Munich. More recently, he shot War Horse and Lincoln without too much of a gap between them.

Now? He's set up a new pair of projects, and he's diving straight in, one after the other. The first is his thus-far untitled Cold War thriller, which is set to reunite him with Tom Hanks. The Coen brothers have penned the screenplay. »

- simonbrew

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When Is it Okay to Take Little Kids to R-Rated Movies?

4 June 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

I don't know about you, but I'm seeing more and more parents taking their kids out to the cinema with them to watch rated R movies. I'm talking about kids from infant age to around 8 years old. Most of the shows I see them at are late night screenings as well. I initially thought that perhaps parents are bringing them late so the kids would just sleep through it, but that never happens. These kids stay up and watch what's on the big screen.

I was 8 years old when I saw my first R-rated movie in theaters. My dad and my uncle took me to see James Cameron's Aliens, and it was one of the coolest experiences of my life. So I'm not a prude when it comes to R-rated flicks. But how young is too young? 

The standard age set for Rated-r films by the MPAA is 17 and up, »

- Joey Paur

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"Empire Strikes Back" Greatest Film Ever?

30 May 2014 1:27 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Six years after their last attempt, Empire Magazine has conducted a poll of over 250,000 film fans to come up with a list of the 301 greatest movies ever made. It's the 1980 classic "The Empire Strikes Back" which took the top spot, beating out the 2008 winner "The Godfather" which slipped down to second place. The Top 50 of the list are:

The Empire Strikes Back

The Godfather

The Dark Knight

The Shawshank Redemption

Pulp Fiction

Star Wars

The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring


Raiders of the Lost Ark


Blade Runner

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of The King


Fight Club

The Godfather: Part II

Marvel's The Avengers

Back to The Future

Jurassic Park


Apocalypse Now


2001: A Space Odyssey

The Matrix

The Big Lebowski

Schindler's List



Terminator 2: Judgement Day

There Will Be Blood

American Beauty

Lawrence of Arabia

The »

- Garth Franklin

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Steven Seagal blasts Liam Neeson: "He's not an action movie guy"

30 May 2014 6:41 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Steven Seagal has criticised Liam Neeson, saying that the Taken star is not a proper action hero.

Martial-artist-turned-Hollywood-star Seagal, whose credits include Under Siege and the recent Force of Execution, suggested that the Oscar-nominated Schindler's List actor wasn't "a great warrior".

Speaking to The Big Issue, Seagal said that Neeson was lucky to be getting so much work in action roles.

"He can't fight, he's not an action movie guy at all and he's getting action movies now so that should tell you something," Seagal commented.

"He's a great dramatic actor. Is he an action guy? No. Is he a great fighter, a great warrior? No. Let's be honest."

Seagal also lamented the demise of the more traditional action movie, adding that visual effects had levelled the playing field for the genre.

"There are a lot of different methods of making movies now. They use a lot of special effects, »

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Video Tribute to the Films of Steven Spielberg

27 May 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Steven Spielberg is one of the greatest directors who has ever lived. He has made so many amazing and classic movies in his career, and he continues to do so. The guy just knows how to tell stories. As a tribute to the director, YouTube user ebcooper44 created this great video montage featuring all the films the director has made over the course of his career. I truly do love almost all of the films that Spielberg has made. If you've been reading the site for awhile, then you know how much I love his film Empire of the Sun. There's something about that film that just really affected me after I saw it. It was one of those movies that changed my life and helped me understand what type of person I wanted to be. What is your favorite Spielberg flick!?  

List of movies used in this video:

1. Duel »

- Joey Paur

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Star Wars Episode 7: Everything you need to know

16 May 2014 3:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hover over the image above to see who's who in Star Wars: Episode VII

The curtain has been lifted just a tad on Star Wars: Episode VII with the unveiling of the cast for Jj Abrams's continuation of the space saga. We're more than 18 months from heading back to a galaxy far, far away, but there's still plenty of information floating in the ether about this hotly-anticipated sequel. Here's everything you need to know...

Jj Abrams is working with some trusted hands behind the camera

When George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney at the tail end of 2012, he entrusted his company with Kathleen Kennedy, a producer whose work stretches right back to Steven Spielberg's golden run in the '80s. Kennedy has overseen the Indiana Jones movies, had a hand in the Back to the Future trilogy and classier fare like Schindler's List and Lincoln. If you're looking »

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Steven Spielberg Almost Directed Cape Fear With Robert De Niro

14 May 2014 9:49 AM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Steven Spielberg's career has been filled with hits and misses that showcased his strengths and weaknesses as a director. But what if one of his career defining hits, Schindler's List, was directed by Martin Scorsese . as he originally had intended? Well then we'd have a version of the Cape Fear remake directed by Steven Spielberg, and (still) starring Robert De Niro. Hold on to something, because things are about to get a little "timey wimey" as we theorize what such a film might have been like. As of this moment, Steven Spielberg's next two projects are an untitled Tom Hanks drama set in the Cold War, and his adaptation of Roald Dahl's book The Bfg. But the legendary director has made a "career" out of abandoned projects. In my opinion, the most interesting project that almost had the distinction of being "A Steven Spielberg Film" has to »

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'Halo' "Digital Feature" Gets 'Good Wife' Star

14 May 2014 8:23 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Ok, so you know the Halo TV series that Amblin Entertainment is working on for Showtime? This is not it. 

This is a live-action "digital feature" whatever that means. It was written by Paul Scheuring (the guy who created Prisonbreak) and is going to be directed by a guy named Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, whose name seems unfamiliar. That doesn't mean you haven't seen his work.

Writes The Wrap:

Mimica-Gezzan previously served as Spielberg's first assistant director on “Schindler's List,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Minority Report,” and “A.I.” He also directed numerous episodes of fanboy favorites “Battlestar Galactica,” “Falling Skies” and “Heroes,” as well as the miniseries “The Pillars of the Earth.”

This Halo digital project is being produced by 343 Industries, Xbox Entertainment Studios and Scott Free Productions will have more of it's details spilled at June's E3 Expo, but it Has added it's Spartan cast member: Mike Colter of The Good Wife, »

- Da7e

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