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World War II Epic Dunkirk Will Bring Together Christopher Nolan And Interstellar Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema

5 February 2016 12:27 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Having already recruited German composer and good-luck charm Hans Zimmer, Christopher Nolan is set to welcome back Swedish cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema (Let the Right One In, Spectre) for World War II drama Dunkirk.

First collaborating for Interstellar in 2014, Nolan and Van Hoytema’s working relationship was almost born out of necessity, given that the director’s reliable director of photography Wally Pfister – who has served as Dp on every Nolan film since his debut feature film Following – opted to forego the cerebral sci-fi film in favor of directing fellow genre piece, Transcendence.

But considering that Hoyte van Hoytema had by that stage attracted the attention of the Academy through his work on Her and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Nolan landed on a winner. Seemingly keen to keep the ball rolling, The Film Stage reports that the pair will collaborate once again for Dunkirk, swapping futuristic science fiction and wormholes »

- Michael Briers

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Listen to Junkie Xl's 'Dawn of Justice' Batman Theme

5 February 2016 11:51 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Way back in November 2014, it was revealed that composer Hans Zimmer is teaming with Junkie Xl (a.k.a. Tom Holkenberg) to work on the score for Warner Bros.' Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Hans Zimmer will craft the theme for Superman (Henry Cavill), like he did in 2013's Man of Steel, with Junkie Xl working on a new Batman (Ben Affleck) theme. Earlier today, Water Tower Music released the Batman theme, entitled "Men Are Still Good (The Batman Suite), which you can listen to below.

Before taking on the job, Hans Zimmer admitted in September 2013 that he was unsure about taking on this job, because he didn't want to create new Batman music after working on Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy. Junkie Xl, a.k.a. Tom Holkenborg, most recently composed scores for Mad Max: Fury Road, Black Mass and Point Break, along with the upcoming Deadpool. »

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Christopher Nolan Reteaming With Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema For ‘Dunkirk’

5 February 2016 8:38 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

As Christopher Nolan prepares for an early summer shoot of his World War II drama Dunkirk, he’s busy filling out his cast and crew. With composer Hans Zimmer returning, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, and Tom Hardy are filling out the ensemble and many unknown newcomers are still waiting to be cast. Set to shoot in IMAX 65mm and 65mm large-format film, many have wondered if longtime collaborator Wally Pfister would return or perhaps he’d reteam with Interstellar‘s Hoyte van Hoytema.

It looks like it will be the latter, as the announcement that Hoytema has deservedly joined the American Society of Cinematographers includes a note that he is “currently prepping an untitled feature for director Christopher Nolan, with whom he first collaborated on Interstellar.” Following his work on Spectre, Her, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Let the Right One In, and more, we look forward to how he pulls »

- Jordan Raup

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Aussie film The Tail Job to premiere at Slamdance

18 January 2016 2:32 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Daniel Millar, Laura Hughes and Bryan Moses.

This week a new Australian film will premiere at Utah's Slamdance, the festival at which first-time, low-budget filmmakers can strut their stuff.

Slamdance has seen the world premieres of films such as The King of Kong, Paranormal Activity.and Following, the debut of a 29 year-old Christopher Nolan.

The Tail Job is the debut feature of Bryan Moses and Daniel Millar (co-writer-directors) and Laura Hughes (producer). The crew usually consisted of just the three of them. Hughes is an experienced actress, with credits on 8Mmm Aboriginal Radio, Spirited and Laid, while Moses and Millar have worked together in TV and commercials for years.

Bearing the tagline "If you love someone, set them free, then follow at a safe distance", the micro-budgeted comedy follows Nicholas, who discovers his fiancé Mona has been sending text messages to a mystery man and decides to tail her in a cab. »

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The Bat Is Dead in New 'Batman v Superman' Clip

14 January 2016 12:41 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder appeared on TBS' Conan last night, where he shared a brand new clip from the highly-anticipated superhero adventure. We have already seen the first part of this scene in the trailers, where Superman (Henry Cavill) tears the doors off the Batmobile to confront Batman (Ben Affleck). The rest of the footage is brand new, though, with the Man of Steel telling the Caped Crusader that he shouldn't answer the Bat-signal, the next time it goes up in the sky.

Following his titanic struggle against General Zod, Metropolis has been razed to the ground and Superman is the most controversial figure in the world. While for many he is still an emblem of hope, a growing number of people consider him a threat to humanity, seeking justice for the chaos he has brought to Earth. As far as Bruce Wayne is concerned, »

- MovieWeb

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Arrow Ep Explicitly Says Felicity Will Not Become Oracle

12 January 2016 5:17 AM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Arrow began with the show channeling the realism of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy and while it has veered away a bit from such themes, the show continues to borrow from Batman's rogue gallery.  However, there's a line in a sand that the show won't cross when it comes to cherry picking from the Batman mythos.  Arrow's Felicity Smoak is in serious danger, following an attack from Damien Darhk.  She''s currently in the hospital, fighting for her life, however, set photos from the show's Vancouver shoot location revealed that Felicity will survive the ordeal but will need to use a wheelchair moving forward.   Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim was forced to chime in on the fan uproar, stating that there's a hallucination scene coming that may account for the wheelchair set photos. Following that statement, an Australian promo for the upcoming episode further clouded the future of Smoak. »

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Arrow Ep Explicitly Says Felicity Will Not Become Oracle

12 January 2016 5:17 AM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Arrow began with the show channeling the realism of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy and while it has veered away a bit from such themes, the show continues to borrow from Batman's rogue gallery.  However, there's a line in a sand that the show won't cross when it comes to cherry picking from the Batman mythos.  Arrow's Felicity Smoak is in serious danger, following an attack from Damien Darhk.  She''s currently in the hospital, fighting for her life, however, set photos from the show's Vancouver shoot location revealed that Felicity will survive the ordeal but will need to use a wheelchair moving forward.   Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim was forced to chime in on the fan uproar, stating that there's a hallucination scene coming that may account for the wheelchair set photos. Following that statement, an Australian promo for the upcoming episode further clouded the future of Smoak. »

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2016: #67. Erik Skjoldbjaerg’s Pyromaniac

8 January 2016 9:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Pyromaniac

Director: Erik Skjoldbjaerg

Writer: Bjorn Olaf Johannssen

Norwegian director Erik Skjoldbjaerg is still best known for his 1997 thriller Insomnia, which was later remade by Christopher Nolan in 2002. The title arrived well before the modern movement (or craze) for Nordic Noir, which explains why he never quite benefitted from the success (as say, Morten Tyldum did). Following a maligned English language debut with 2001’s Prozac Nation, Skjoldbjaerg has been regularly turning out dramatic features, including 2013’s Pioneer. He’s ready with his sixth feature, Pyromaniac, which deals with an arsonist terrorizing a small community and the policeman who discovers the culprit is one of the town’s firemen. Among the cast members is the excellent Agnes Kittelsen from Anne Sewitsky’s Happy, Happy (2010).

Cast: Agnes Kittelsen, Henrik Rafaelson, Trond Nilssen

Production Co.: Pravda Film, Bleck Film & TV, Glor Film As

U.S. Distributor: Rights available Tbd (domestic/international)

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- Nicholas Bell

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Kodak unveils prototype Super 8 camera

6 January 2016 4:13 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Kodak has unveiled a prototype of a new Super 8 camera as part of the company’s efforts to revive the 50-year old film format.

On display at CES in Las Vegas this week, the camera (pictured) “combines the classic features of a Super 8 with digital functionality,” Kodak said.

The camera unveiling is the first stage of Kodak’s ‘Super 8 Revival Initiative’ which Eastman Kodak chief executive Jeff Clarke described as “an ecosystem for film” that will include the launch of more cameras, film development services and post production tools.

Following the 50th anniversary of Super 8, Kodak is providing new opportunities to enjoy and appreciate film as a medium,” Clarke added.

The announcement was welcomed by a host of Hollywood directors, with Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan, Jj Abrams and Quentin Tarantino (see below) among those who praised the move.

Retro design

The original Kodak Super 8 camera was introduced in 1965.

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