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9 items from 2010


7 Reasons 'Hanna' Should Be On Your Radar (Nycc)

9 October 2010 1:35 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Cinematical

Until this afternoon, all we really knew about Joe Wright's new film 'Hanna' is that it stars the suddenly precocious Saoirse Ronan as a teenage assassin. That was enough to get us interested, but the wealth of details that Wright, Ronan, and co-star Eric Bana revealed to the New York Comic-Con crowd this afternoon -- in addition to the two brief clips they brought in tow -- have us somewhat convinced that 'Hanna' is going to be one of the spring's most exciting movies when Focus Features release it on April 8, 2011. So here's what we know now:

1. 'Hanna' is 'Leon' meets 'The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser.'

Eric Bana might tell you otherwise, but the whole "cute girl who happens to be a deadly trained killer" thing is familiar stuff. From 'Leon' to 'Kick-Ass' to a whole sub-genre of anime titles like 'Gunslinger Girl' and 'Kite, »

- David Ehrlich

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7 Reasons 'Hanna' Should Be On Your Radar (Nycc)

9 October 2010 1:35 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Cinematical

Until this afternoon, all we really knew about Joe Wright's new film 'Hanna' is that it stars the suddenly precocious Saoirse Ronan as a teenage assassin. That was enough to get us interested, but the wealth of details that Wright, Ronan, and co-star Eric Bana revealed to the New York Comic-Con crowd this afternoon -- in addition to the two brief clips they brought in tow -- have us somewhat convinced that 'Hanna' is going to be one of the spring's most exciting movies when Focus Features release it on April 8, 2011. So here's what we know now:

1. 'Hanna' is 'Leon' meets 'The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser.'

Eric Bana might tell you otherwise, but the whole "cute girl who happens to be a deadly trained killer" thing is familiar stuff. From 'Leon' to 'Kick-Ass' to a whole sub-genre of anime titles like 'Gunslinger Girl' and 'Kite, »

- David Ehrlich

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Best Week Ever Inspires Successful Cami-Secret Parody Video, World Smiles

2 September 2010 8:15 AM, PDT | BestWeekEver | See recent BestWeekEver news »

Remember Noah Garfinkel’s post about the Cami-Secret ? Of course you do because he is your Prince. The Prince of your Favorite blog. Whereas I am but a scullery maid, waiting in the ashes, just hoping for a glimpse from Noah. Anyhoops. I met one Nick Stevens, comedian, last night when he kindly tossed me a few matches so I wouldn’t freeze on the stoop I was huddled against. He then somehow recognized my coal-smudged face as someone who writes for Best Week Ever. And he said, “I saw your Cami-Secret post on Best Week Ever and it inspired me to make a parody video and suddenly it was very popular!” And he took me in from the cold and fed me six hot cross buns.* I did not tell him that it was Noah who deserved his thanks and the buns, but I was so very hungry. Now, »

- Sarah Walker

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Now on Netflix: The Chaser, The Saddest Music in the World, Y Tu Mama Tambien, Mad Detective, ...

9 July 2010 3:27 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Taking it easy this weekend? Want to just stay home and watch something new? Here are five picks newly added to Netflix Instant Watch this week that might just be the right ones you need, from an off-kilter romantic comedy to a hardcore suspense thriller.

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The Chaser

I first saw this movie last year at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and it was definitely one of the fest's highlights. A brutal thriller to the bone, the plot can be humorously nicknamed "Pimp vs Slasher," because that's basically what it is. Yun-seok Kim plays a lowlife pimp who goes out looking for his missing worker with the assumption that she's been recruited by a rival pimp, only to discover that she's at the mercy of a sadistic psychopath. It's a thoroughly gritty story that effortlessly switches from pulse-pounding suspense to chilling horror, complete with an unapologetic anti-hero and a devastating conclusion. »

- Arya Ponto

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Damon Says Soderbergh’s Liberace Biopic To Shoot 2011, Bourne Still Possible

6 July 2010 7:48 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Remember Steven Soderbergh’s Liberace biopic? The long-gestating project concerning the famous American entertainer (huge through the 1950s-1970s) who fought with his alleged homosexuality his entire life, starring Michael Douglas? Matt Damon told the Las Vegas Sun (appropriate, considering that’s where Liberace revived/sustained his career more than once) [via The Playlist] there’s still a future for the controversial film:

“Yeah, it’s going to happen. We’re going to do it next summer…[Steven Soderbergh] is directing it. Michael Douglas is going to play Lee [Liberace].”

And on the script:

“It’s a terrific script…Richard Lagravenese has written a really great script and, you know, hopefully it will be a really great movie. I don’t see why it wouldn’t be.”

Jerry Weintraub (Ocean’s Eleven, The Karate Kid) is producing the film, which will shot next year after Contagion, also co-starring Damon (and Soderbergh’s first foray into 3D), is finished with. »

- Dan Mecca

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“Forrest Gump”, “Wizard of Oz” Among Influences for “Harry Potter” Stars

30 June 2010 9:43 PM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

By Hanako M. Ricks

hollywoodnews.com: Several stars from the Harry Potter films have revealed the movies that inspired them to pursue careers in acting. Filmclub, which is an after-school initiative program in England, revealed the information as part of their “Film Journeys” campaign.

Filmclub is a free program that runs in state-funded schools with the purpose to give pupils and teachers the chance to explore the world of film through after school film clubs. With free weekly screenings, online reviewing, industry events and hands on support, Filmclub inspires, excites and opens up new avenues for learning.

So, what films inspired the stars of Harry Potter?

James Phelps (Fred Weasley) was inspired by a certain character who had a knack for showing up in the oddest moments of history: “I would say the film that made me most interested in films and acting in films when I was growing up was Forrest Gump. »

- Hanako M. Ricks

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2011 Oscar Predictions: Cinematography

9 March 2010 2:38 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

That's right folks. The gold dust for the 2010 Oscar winner list has barely settled, and I'm already attempting to figure out the 2011 Oscar nominations might look like. Why? It's more of a curiosity factor than anything else, seeing what's out there, what we can look forward to - so for the next nine days, I'll unveil my predictions in nine categories, beginning with the category for Best Cinematography. - That's right folks. The gold dust for the 2010 Oscar winner list has barely settled, and I'm already attempting to figure out the 2011 Oscar nominations might look like. Why? It's more of a curiosity factor than anything else, seeing what's out there, what we can look forward to - so for the next nine days, I'll unveil my predictions in nine categories, beginning with the category for Best Cinematography. I typically begin these things with what I think will be the 5 noms »

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Spotlight on Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Other Books to Movies

17 February 2010 7:27 PM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

ReelzChannel is putting the spotlight on kids books that have made the leap from the page to the big screen. Tune in Friday, February 19, at 6Pm Et/ 3Pm Pt to see how some of today's most beloved book series have been transformed into hit movies.

ReelzChannel is on DirecTV (channel 238) and Dish Network (channel 299), as well as on your cable system. From A to Z, here's the full list of books we'll be taking a look at:

Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1865)

The Apple Dumpling Gang by Jack Bickham (1971)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl (1964)

– Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White (1952)

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett (1978)

Coraline by Neil Gaiman (2002)

Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney (series debuted in 2007)

Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl (1970)

– Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling (series debuted in 1997)

How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell »

- reelz reelz

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Motion/Captured Must-See: 'Y Tu Mama Tambien'

14 January 2010 8:00 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Welcome to The Motion/Captured Must-See Project. It would have been very easy for Alfonso Cuaron to get steamrolled by Hollywood.  His movie "A Little Princess" is charming and beautiful, and it was embraced by critics when released, but even with a re-release and a redesign of the ad campaign, Warner never quite figured out how to get people to actually see it.  His second big Hollywood experience, "Great Expectations," was a classic example of a promising filmmaker getting totally Foxed. Instead of wallowing in self-pity, Cuaron went back to Mexico and made the film that turned him into a major filmmaker worldwide, and »

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