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The Martian: The Perfect 10 Spacesuit

5 October 2015 10:26 PM, PDT | Clothes on Film | See recent Clothes on Film news »

For a big budget movie about a lone astronaut who gets stranded on Mars, the spacesuits in The Martian are surprisingly sober in terms of design. There is an attempt here to make everything seem as plausible as possible, costume design especially. Director Ridley Scott’s regular costumer Janty Yates has created possibly the sexiest spacesuits ever seen on screen, and what’s more they are functional. To paraphrase a line in the film, she had to “science the shit out of them”.

Yates collaborated with Nasa looking specifically at their Z1 and Z2 prototypes to create an Eva (‘Extravehicular Activity’ – any time the crew must go outside) suit and surface or ‘bio’ suit (worn on Mars). The surface suit is similar to the blue under-suits she created for Scott’s near future set Prometheus in 2012, although further grounded in reality. The Prometheus under-suits could, in theory, monitor functioning levels of the human body, »

- Lord Christopher Laverty

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Smartest Man on TV

1 October 2015 5:00 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Neil deGrasse Tyson has a slogan for his StarTalk TV show that he isn't allowed to use. "It's 'Learn something for a change,'" he says with a laugh. "Our marketing people think it's offensive. But I still think: 'Learn something for a change!'"

As an astrophysicist, author, lecturer, and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, Tyson has spent a career trying to turn the rest of the country into fellow science geeks. As America's go-go spaceman, he's hosted his StarTalk podcast, radio show and now TV series, »

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Mars attracts: the cosy relationship between Nasa and Hollywood

30 September 2015 12:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Nasa helped make The Martian. But it also advised on Men in Black III. So what exactly is its relationship with movies? And can the truth survive blockbuster blast-off? The agency’s director of planetary science reveals all

A rumour started a few years ago that Nasa routinely screened Armageddon to new recruits. Not because the asteroid-smashing Michael Bay epic was in any way edifying, but for the exact opposite reason: Armageddon got so much wrong that it was a showreel for how space doesn’t work. According to one estimate, the movie contains 168 scientific impossibilities and inaccuracies, which Nasa challenged its recruits to spot; they include space shuttles taking off like planes from asteroids, gravity working the wrong way on space stations and the fanciful notion that a nuclear blast could deflect an asteroid the size of Texas – they’d need a bomb a billion times bigger, physicists calculated. »

- Steve Rose

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Remember the Titans Turns 15: See How the Cast Looks Now!

29 September 2015 3:32 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Your favorite sports classic turns 15 years young today! After we got done feeling as old as last week's laundry, we got a little curious and wanted to see what our favorite Remember the Titans cast members were up to today. Check out what they look like, and what they've been doing all these years later: Denzel Washington (Coach Herman Boone): Yes...we've heard of him. The two-time Oscar winner is currently filming Magnificent Seven, out in 2016.  Will Patton (Coach Bill Yoast): Patton is also known for his roles in Armageddon and Gone in 60 Seconds with Angelina Jolie  Donald Faison (Petey Jones): We loved Caceee Cobb's hubby in Scrubs and, of »

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Liv Tyler Reveals David Beckham Is Baby's Godfather, Shows Off Big Engagment Ring

28 September 2015 2:00 PM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

This is pretty random -- and totally cute! Liv Tyler took to social media this weekend to confirm rumors that David Beckham is godfather to her adorable 7-month-old son Sailor. "Sailor having lunch with his daddy @davidgardner and his God daddy @davidbeckham," she captioned the photo above -- showing her super cute kid with his father and Becks. So, what's the connection here? Liv's fiance, David Gardner, has been friends with the soccer star for years, after the two met while playing on a club team when they were teenagers. While Gardner eventually became a sports agent, he still clearly remained very close with Beckham. But that wasn't the only big news from the "Armageddon" star this weekend. On Friday, Us Magazine revealed the actress and Gardner got engaged back in December -- but were able to keep it a secret until now. With the cat out of the bag, »

- tooFab Staff

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Taylor Swift & Steven Tyler Duet!

26 September 2015 5:02 PM, PDT | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

Steven Tyler clearly didn't want to "miss a thing" at Taylor Swift's latest "1989" tour stop.

The Aerosmith frontman became the pop star's newest squad member on Friday, when he joined her on stage in Nashville for a duet of his band's 1997 smash "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing."

Teaming up on the hit "Armageddon" theme was a thrill for both Steven and Taylor, as they each took to social media to share their excitement about the performance.

Photos: Taylor Swift's '1989' Tour Guest Stars

"Holy Swift!!! @TAYLORSWIFT13 ...Shined So Hot N Bright She ...

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Taylor Swift Sings "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" With Steven Tyler at 1989 Tour Concert—Watch!

26 September 2015 8:38 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

One of Taylor Swift's latest 1989 tour celebrity guests was pretty rock n' roll. At her concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Friday, the 25-year-old pop star brought onstage Steven Tyler, 67, to perform a duet of his band Aerosmith's 1998 hit ballad "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," from the movie Armageddon. "Holy Swift!!! @TAYLORSWIFT13 ...Shined So Hot N Bright She Made The Sun Jealous!!!" the rocker said on his Twitter page. "Thanks For The Fun." He also retweeted a 2012 post Swift had published, in which she said, "I feel like I'd be more understood if people knew 'I Don't Want to Miss a Thing' by »

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The Martian review

24 September 2015 2:37 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ridley Scott’s well and truly back on form with The Martian. Here’s Ryan’s review of a must-see film...

You could call it the MacGyver effect: the curious thrill of seeing clever people solving problems in ingenious ways. That’s partly the key to The Martian’s success, both as a best-selling novel (by Andy Weir) and now as a movie directed by Ridley Scott.

Matt Damon is the lone lifeform on the surface of Mars - astronaut and botanist Mark Watney, presumed dead and left behind by his crew when a violent storm forces them to abort their mission. Waking up alone with only a few meagre supplies and a flimsy base to call a refuge, Watney faces years of loneliness and almost certain starvation. That is, unless he can use his skills and knowledge to figure out a means of survival - or as Watney says of his situation, »

- ryanlambie

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Trends in 70's Cinema: Disaster Movies

13 September 2015 7:39 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Let’s face it, most of us have a soft spot for things blowing up in movies, and for a long time movies have been happy to feed our appetite for destruction. But it wasn’t always that way.

I know it’s hard to imagine, but there was a time when explosions weren’t so common in movies. Back then, big-budget movies had dancing and singing, and everyone had a merry time. After WWII though, things started to change. In newspapers and magazines, Americans were being exposed to terrible images of war-torn Europe and Japan. This imagery was haunting, yet it sparked some imaginations. At first, Hollywood was careful not to glamorize it. They figured out a way to show massive destruction and violence while making it fun and moderately profitable instead of soul-crushing and distasteful. The 50’s became known for its low-budget cheese-fests; sci-fi B movies featuring such »

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Toronto Film Review: ‘The Martian’

11 September 2015 1:36 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

With ideas like cryogenic sleep and warp speed, the movies have a tendency to make space travel look easy. Not Ridley Scott’s “The Martian,” an enthralling and rigorously realistic outer-space survival story in which Matt Damon plays a Nasa botanist stranded on the Red Planet after a sandstorm forces his crewmates to abort mission. Like Robinson Crusoe on Mars, Damon’s “right stuff” hero has to get by on his own wits and “science the sh–” out of his predicament. It won’t be easy, but it is possible — and that’s the exhilarating thrill of both Andy Weir’s speculative-fiction novel and screenwriter Drew Goddard’s “science fact” adaptation. Considering that the United States hasn’t launched a manned space mission since 2011, “The Martian” should do far more than just make Fox a ton of money; it could conceivably rekindle interest in the space program and inspire a new generation of future astronauts. »

- Peter Debruge

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Steven Tyler Performs With Street Musician in Moscow, Sings "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"—Watch!

6 September 2015 8:37 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Rock on, Steven Tyler! The Aerosmith frontman surprised fans in Moscow, Russia on Friday when he suddenly began performing with a street musician. Accompanied by the busker on an acoustic guitar, the two sang the band's 1998 power ballad, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing." After they were done, Tyler, 67, gave the guy a high five and posed for pics with him as a small crowd that had gathered cheered. "Spasiba [thank you]!" a woman exclaimed. The song was featured on the soundtrack to the movie Armageddon, which stars the rocker's daughter Liv Tyler, 38, and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, where it remained for about »

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Deauville’s Artistic Director Bruno Barde Chats About American Cinema, Talent

4 September 2015 10:18 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Bruno Barde, the man behind five festivals including the Deauville American Film Fest, sat down with Variety on the eve of the 41st edition, which opens today with an homage to Keanu Reeves and the French premiere of Baltasar Kormakur’s epic adventure drama “Everest.”

A former high-profile agent and the current boss of Paris-based Public System Cinema, Barde took over the artistic direction of Deauville 20 years ago and has strived to select movies and documentaries that reflect the breath and diversity of contemporary U.S. cinema, as well as its society.

This year, the main theme of the festival is heroism. “American cinema abounds with cult heroic figures; not only in studio movies with superheroes but also in independent films with real people who by virtue become heroes,” said Barde. Many actors who will be honored in Deauville have interpreted these heroes: Reeves with “Matrix” and “Speed”; Orlando Bloom »

- Elsa Keslassy

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‘Second Life of Nick Mason’ Movie in the Works at Lionsgate

27 August 2015 12:32 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Lionsgate has acquired the movie rights to Steve Hamilton’s upcoming novel “The Second Life of Nick Mason.”

The studio has set up the project with “Hunger Games” franchise producer Nina Jacobson through her Color Force production company and with Shane Salerno via his Story Factory.

Lionsgate made the deal with Hamilton’s reps preemptively. Putnam will publish “Nick Mason” in May as the first in a series; the titular character is a career criminal who’s released early from prison and finds himself forced to commit felonies for a Chicago crime lord while pursued by the detective who put him behind bars.

Hamilton also wrote “The Lock Artist” and the Alex McKnight series.

Jacobson is producing “The Odyssey” for Lionsgate with Francis Lawrence directing and Hugh Jackman in talks to star.

Salerno’s credits include writing “Armageddon.” He co-wrote one of the upcoming “Avatar” sequels with James Cameron. He »

- Dave McNary

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‘No Escape’ Review

27 August 2015 3:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Owen Wilson, Lake Bell, Pierce Brosnan, Thanawut KasroChatchawai Kamonsakpitak | Written by John Erick Dowdle, Drew Dowdle | Directed by John Erick Dowdle

Owen Wilson might seem like an unlikely action hero, but there was a time when he looked primed to become America’s next golden-haired champion of good and kicking ass. Roles in films like Behind Enemy Lines and Armageddon set a tone that he quickly subverted with roles in action-comedies like Shanghai Noon and I Spy, not to mention his now-trademark offbeat persona honed in Wes Anderson films and countless romantic comedies. He clearly went with the material that interested him (and audiences) more, but was somehow tempted to join fellow indie-and-romcom staple Lake Bell in No Escape, a film that pits their married couple against a horde of murderous Asian people and Pierce Brosnan’s cockney accent.

The film starts out with Jack and Annie Dwyer »

- Mark Allen

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Deauville to fete Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Olsen

24 August 2015 7:03 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

French beachfront festival unveils full line-up.Scroll down for full line-up

The Deauville American Film Festival (Sept 4-13) is to honour Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Olsen with a new prize, the New Hollywood Award.

The 41st edition of the beachfront festival, taking place in the northern French resort of Deauville, announced the new prize at its line-up press conference on Monday (Aug 24).

Both stars are expected to attend the award ceremony. Other big names expected to attend festival include Keenu Reeves, Jake Gyllenhaal and Orlando Bloom.


A total of 14 films will screen in competition including Chloé Zhao’s Songs My Brothers Taught Me, which premiered at Cannes, Ramin Bahrani’s 99 Homes and Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room.

French director Benoit Jacquot will preside over the competition jury including writer Pascal Bonitzer, actress Louise Bourgoin and film-maker Louis-Do De Lencquesaing.

Opening and closing films

As previously announced, Baltasar Kormákur’s mountaineering drama Everest will open the festival »

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Fire In The Sky ... Huge Meteor Lights Up Argentina

31 July 2015 8:07 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Argentina looked like the set of Michael Bay's "Armageddon" Thursday night when a fiery meteor streaked across the night sky of the South American country. Pics and videos of a meteor illuminating the skies of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, have been popping up all over social media with the hashtag #cieloverde … Spanish for #greensky. Local newspapers reported the astronomical event happened around 9 pm local time. Check out the video that would freak out any dinosaur. »

- TMZ Staff

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'13 Hours' Trailer: John Krasinski Leads Michael Bay's Benghazi Movie

29 July 2015 5:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Paramount Pictures just shared the first trailer for Michael Bay's "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi," which is scheduled for release on January 15, 2016. (Should somebody pre-order a ticket for Hillary Clinton?)

The action thriller is based on the non-fiction book "13 Hours," which chronicled the September 2012 attack by militants at the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. John Krasinski -- given no dialogue in this trailer, but clearly leaving "The Office" far behind -- stars with James Badge Dale, Max Martini, Pablo Schreiber, Toby Stephens, David Denman, Dominic Fumusa, and Freddie Stroma.

Here goes:

Michael Bay is best known for popcorn blockbusters like "Armageddon" and "Transformers," but he did give his trademark treatment to another real-life story in "Pearl Harbor," so it's possible he'll be doing something similar here. Is that a good thing?

Watch the trailer.

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- Gina Carbone

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Billy Bob Thornton: The Hollywood Flashback Interview

24 July 2015 5:11 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

I sat down with Oscar-winning screenwriter, actor, director and musician Billy Bob Thornton for Venice Magazine in October of 2001. He had a slate of very diverse projects he was promoting: his first solo music album, "Private Radio," as well as the films "Monster's Ball," "Bandits," and "The Man Who Wasn't There." My strongest memory is of Thornton's quiet intensity and an undercurrent of Southern affability, which came out once he decided you were okay. He seemed to feel that way about me after I shared with him my idolatry of legendary filmmaker Fred Zinnemann, something we shared. I also remember his unusual diet, when our lunch was served. Thornton got the biggest plate of sliced papaya I've seen to date, artfully presented. I got a seafood salad. He looked at my plate, smiled, and told me about the horrible shellfish allergy he'd been saddled with all his life, and how »

- The Hollywood

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Ridley Scott set to direct The Cartel, Leonardo DiCaprio linked to lead

24 July 2015 5:36 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

20th Century Fox and director Ridley Scott (Exodus: Gods and Kings) are set to continue their long association with an adaptation of acclaimed novel The Cartel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The novel, written by Don Winslow, offers “a fictional take on the notorious Sinaloa drug boss whose daring July 18 escape from a Mexican prison dominated international news headlines.” Scott will direct the film and also produce through his production company Scott Free Films. Shane Salerno (Armageddon) is set to write the scrip.

In addition to the news of Scott’s involvement, Deadline is reporting that Leonardo DiCaprio may be in the running to take on the film’s lead role. No official word on any casting has been forthcoming, but if the deal is closed it would become DiCaprio’s second collaboration with Scott after Body of Lies.

Ridley Scott’s next film, sci-fi thriller The Martian, is released this Autumn, »

- Scott J. Davis

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50 forgotten sci-fi films from the 1990s

16 July 2015 3:25 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We may remember Independence Day, The Matrix, The Phantom Menace. But what about these forgotten 90s sci-fi films? And are any worth seeing?

Think back to the science fiction cinema of the 1990s, and some of the decade's biggest box-office hits will immediately spring to mind: The Phantom Menace, Jurassic Park, Independence Day, Men In Black, Armageddon and Terminator 2 were all in the top 20 most lucrative films of the era.

But what about the sci-fi films of the 1990s that failed to make even close to the same cultural and financial impact of those big hitters? These are the films this list is devoted to - the flops, the straight-to-video releases, the low-budget and critically-derided. We've picked 50 live-action films that fit these criteria, and dug them up to see whether they're still worth watching in the 21st century.

So here's a mix of everything from hidden classics to forgettable dreck, »

- ryanlambie

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