6 items from 2016
Ever since production started in Atlanta on Marvel and Sony's Spider-Man: Homecoming, there have been numerous photos from the set, showcasing Tom Holland both in and out of costume. We've also gotten a few glimpses at some of his co-stars like Zendaya Coleman and Tony Revolori as well, along with set photos that show Tom Holland in action in an action-packed freeway scene. Today we have even more photos along with a brief video that gives us a closer look at Tom Holland's Spidey costume, while the web-slinger stops a bike thief.
The photos, which surfaced on Twitter, shows what is said to be Tom Holland's stunt double stopping a petty thief from stealing someone's bike, although we don't know much else about the scene. A brief video was also posted, which shows the stunt double stopping the thief on the sidewalk, while suspending him in midair with his web shooters. »
Matt Bennett as been appointed executive vice president for corporate communications of the Motion Picture Association of America, chairman and CEO Chris Dodd announced Tuesday. Bennett will replace Laura Nichols, who left the MPAA in February to become senior vice president and chief communications officer at National Geographic Partners. Bennett previously served as the senior vice president and D.C. practice lead for Racepoint Global, an international public relations firm. There, he designed strategic campaigns to advance public policy priorities. Also Read: MPAA Chief Chris Dodd Disses Screening Room, Champions Diversity Prior to that, he was the senior vice president of communications and public. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
The MPAA has a new Evp Corporate Communications. The studios’ trade group today tapped Matt Bennett to replace its former global communications chief Laura Nichols, who exited in January to join National Geographic Partners. Bennett comes to the MPAA from the international public relations firm Racepoint Global, where ran the agency's public affairs work as Svp and D.C. Practice Lead. Prior to that we was Svp Communications and Public Affairs at PhRMA, the trade… »
Our series on remakes continues and this time we’ve got one that you may not even realize was filmed in live-action before. In honor of the release of Captain America: Civil War on Friday, we’re talking about the star spangled man with the plan. This week, Cinelinx looks at Captain America: The First Avenger.
It’s not too often that a remake is much, much, much better than the original but we have one of those rare instances in the case of Captain America. Years before Captain America: The First Avenger, the first movie version of the star-spangled hero of WW2 was filmed in 1990 and directed by Albert Pyun.
This movie…was awful! It has a 9% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and went directly to a video release, wisely bypassing theaters to prevent millions of people demanding their money back. Captain America is played in this mess by Matt Salinger, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Rob Young)
Justin Chang: Guy, we started this deep-dive conversation about the best picture race less than an hour after Alejandro G. Inarritu clinched the Directors Guild of America’s top prize for “The Revenant,” which was pretty much the last confirmation we needed — after the Producers Guild picked “The Big Short” and the Screen Actors Guild opted for “Spotlight” — that this really is the wildest, craziest, most confoundingly unpredictable best-picture Oscar race in years. Exciting, isn’t it? I’d be more excited if this recent turn of events didn’t seem to favor “The Revenant,” which now has extraordinary momentum on its side. There we were, hoping the film’s Golden Globe triumphs would simply be an isolated HFPA fluke — but then it came roaring back with a vengeance, not unlike that easily distracted CGI bear at its center, ready to sink its teeth back into the race and not let go this time. »
- Justin Chang and Guy Lodge
The honor has been given in recognition of his humanitarian efforts, civic service and his role in fostering a community of writers. August will be honored at the Writers Guild Awards West Coast ceremony on Feb. 13 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
“John is the writer we’d all want to be: wildly intelligent, deeply practical, effortlessly inventive, and generous to a fault,” said WGA West President Howard A. Rodman.
“Whether he’s creating apps, campaigning for marriage equality, mentoring younger writers, podcasting with Craig Mazin, sitting on our Negotiating Committee, or constructing a school in Malawi, John has made service to the larger community a part of his second nature. Protip: when you find yourself in difficult straits, ask yourself ‘What would John August do? »
- Dave McNary
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