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10 Great Actors With Over 30 “Rotten” Movies On Rotten Tomatoes

28 September 2015 9:15 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Universal Pictures

Just because you’re a great actor it doesn’t mean you can’t make a bad movie.

Now and again, it’s going to happen, but “great” actors are usually defined by their vast and brilliant filmographies – a few duds, sure, but we can let them off. What you don’t tend to do, however, is associate a “great” actor with having more than, say, 30 “Rotten” movies on critical aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes.

And yet, some of the best and most accomplished actors of their generations have somehow done exactly that: they’ve racked up more than 30 movies across the span of their careers that the critics have deemed to be “totally not worth your time.” You might expect that from Adam Sandler or Rob Schneider or Ashton Kutcher, even – but from Hollywood’s elite? Who’d have thought it was even possible? »

- Sam Hill

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Upfront Scorecard: Fox Tries Building on ‘Empire’ With Cookie-Cutter Shows

11 May 2015 3:17 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fox came into its upfront presentation with a bit of swagger, having introduced “Empire” and “Gotham” during the 2014-15 season. Yet the network followed up that first breakthrough by saying the right things, but with what at first blush looked like an assortment of, pardon the expression, cookie-cutter shows — hewing closely to an established formula as opposed to the “bold programming” that its executive team, Gary Newman and Dana Walden, promised. In addition, announcing the end of “American Idol” after 2016 left a big unspoken question — namely, do you have the goods to fill those three hours?

The network is making several wise scheduling moves, from promising bifurcated seasons of its series — in much the way AMC presents “The Walking Dead” — to pairing programs that have obvious compatibility, like the new sitcoms “Grandfathered” and “The Grinder,” starring John Stamos and Rob Lowe, respectively.

Almost all of the network’s comedies, however, »

- Brian Lowry

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Avengers: Age Of Ultron review

21 April 2015 5:01 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Joss Whedon reassembles The Avengers in Age Of Ultron, and brings Marvel's phase two to a close. Here's our review...

This review is spoiler-free. The closest we get to a spoiler is hinting at something in the last act, but we don't tell you what it is. However, we wanted to give you that information up front, so you can decide whether to read on...

Three years ago, the first Avengers movie smashed everything from audience expectations to box office records as it brought the first phase of the Marvel cinematic universe to an unprecedented, near-faultless conclusion. We gave it an undisputed five stars. More than that, we loved it. We still do. It's the ultimate expression of its genre: a superhero team-up movie that gives you everything you want and then a little bit more. At the time the credits rolled, it seemed unthinkable that a follow-up would ever come close to matching it. »

- simonbrew

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Why Hollywood is Discovering Colombia: from Medellín and Bogotá to Cartagena

22 March 2015 1:02 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Now and again a country decides that it’s time to spend some money to improve the climate for film and TV production. In the past few years the Colombia government has been flying in Hollywood studio execs and producers in order to change its outdated image as an unsafe destination, promote hefty tax incentives and cash rebates, and show them attractive sites to shoot, especially three primary locales: 1. Bogotá, the nation's sophisticated capital and traffic-congested largest city (pop. 8 million), perched high in the Andes at over 8660 feet. 2. Cartagena, the venerable Caribbean vacation paradise, discovered 482 years ago by Christopher Columbus and other Spanish settlers, site of a March world-class international film festival.  3. Medellín, the once-notoriously violent center of cocaine production and export for such drug traffickers as Pablo Escobar, is the sprawling tech-friendly capital of the departamento Antioquia, boasting over »

- Anne Thompson

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Why Hollywood is Discovering Colombia: from Medellín and Bogotá to Cartagena

22 March 2015 1:02 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Now and again a country decides that it’s time to spend some money to improve the climate for film and TV production. In the past few years the Colombia government has been flying in Hollywood studio execs and producers in order to change its outdated image as an unsafe destination, promote hefty tax incentives and cash rebates, and show them attractive sites to shoot, especially three primary locales: 1. Bogotá, the nation's sophisticated capital and traffic-congested largest city (pop. 12 million), perched high in the Andes at over 8660 feet. 2. Cartagena, the venerable Caribbean vacation paradise, discovered 482 years ago by Christopher Columbus and other Spanish settlers, site of a March world-class international film festival.  3. Medellín ("city of eternal spring"), the once-notoriously violent center of cocaine production and export for such drug traffickers as Pablo Escobar, is the sprawling tech-friendly capital of...

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- Anne Thompson

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10 Cancelled Video Games That Would Have Made Millions

5 January 2015 7:47 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

LucasArts

Unlike within the medium of film, video games are often threatened with the possibility of cancellation. Whereas film productions rarely find themselves at such a point of awfulness that entire projects are shut down – Hollywood will put out any old crap if needs be, after all; take Jonah Hex – video games often find themselves in such a muddle that calling it quits seems like the only sensible option. Developers work around the clock to ensure that this doesn’t occur, of course, but sometimes you can’t stop what’s coming. And truth be told, lots and lots of video games end up axed.

Most of the time, this shouldn’t necessarily be viewed as a bad thing; tons of video games that end up being cancelled probably had no place being released in the first place. After all, cancellation often occurs due to conflicting views or visions, lack of money, »

- Sam Hill

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