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14 items from 2010


Stephen King's Top Ten Films of 2010 Includes ... 'Jackass 3D'

24 November 2010 8:32 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Movie News, Cinematical

Stephen King is not trustworthy when it comes to movies, and he'd tell you that, himself. Case in point: He introduced his "10 Best Movies of 2008" list for Entertainment Weekly by writing, "I'm not trustworthy when it comes to movies." The prolific and celebrated author has crafted an absurd number of beloved and horrifying novels (and also Dreamcatcher), but his annual movie countdown routinely ranks amongst the most startling prose of his career. To each their own and whatnot, but unless you consider Jason Statham to be the Sir Laurence Olivier of our time, you probably won't see the logic behind a number of his choices (Jason Statham, of course, is merely the Marlon Brando of our time).

King is totally forthcoming about the fact that he's seduced by the flickering lights of the cinema (his mini-review of 'Saw V' read: "My forebrain was thinking: Oh, »

- David Ehrlich

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Stephen King's Top Ten Films of 2010 Includes ... 'Jackass 3D'

24 November 2010 8:32 AM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Movie News, Cinematical

Stephen King is not trustworthy when it comes to movies, and he'd tell you that, himself. Case in point: He introduced his "10 Best Movies of 2008" list for Entertainment Weekly by writing, "I'm not trustworthy when it comes to movies." The prolific and celebrated author has crafted an absurd number of beloved and horrifying novels (and also Dreamcatcher), but his annual movie countdown routinely ranks amongst the most startling prose of his career. To each their own and whatnot, but unless you consider Jason Statham to be the Sir Laurence Olivier of our time, you probably won't see the logic behind a number of his choices (Jason Statham, of course, is merely the Marlon Brando of our time).

King is totally forthcoming about the fact that he's seduced by the flickering lights of the cinema (his mini-review of 'Saw V' read: "My forebrain was thinking: Oh, »

- David Ehrlich

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Movie News Quick Hits: Latest 'Old Boy' Remake Script Rekindles Studio Interest

9 November 2010 8:10 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

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- Derek Eads creates a lot of cool movie/pop culture art, such as a collection of the various characters of Gary Oldman.

- Jonah Nolan's (brother of Christopher Nolan) script about the Great Chicago Fire, titled 'Hell and Gone' is being set up at Warner Bros. with director J Blakeson ('The Disappearance of Alice Creed'). Heat Vision is calling it a "'Titanic'-like historical tragedy and love story."

- Warner Bros. has decided to acknowledge 'Veronica Mars' fans by creating an official e-mail address to contact when petitioning for a 'Veronica Mars' movie. In unreleated news, Warner Bros. have just created an email address they will never, ever read.

- According to Bloody-Disgusting, Morgan Freeman is "circling" the role of the bad guy (simply called The Colonel, as he is the head of the secret government project at the heart »

- Peter Hall

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Movie News Quick Hits: Latest 'Old Boy' Remake Script Rekindles Studio Interest

9 November 2010 8:10 AM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Movie News, Cinematical

- Derek Eads creates a lot of cool movie/pop culture art, such as a collection of the various characters of Gary Oldman.

- Jonah Nolan's (brother of Christopher Nolan) script about the Great Chicago Fire, titled 'Hell and Gone' is being set up at Warner Bros. with director J Blakeson ('The Disappearance of Alice Creed'). Heat Vision is calling it a "'Titanic'-like historical tragedy and love story."

- Warner Bros. has decided to acknowledge 'Veronica Mars' fans by creating an official e-mail address to contact when petitioning for a 'Veronica Mars' movie. In unreleated news, Warner Bros. have just created an email address they will never, ever read.

- According to Bloody-Disgusting, Morgan Freeman is "circling" the role of the bad guy (simply called The Colonel, as he is the head of the secret government project at the heart »

- Peter Hall

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Timothy Olypant stars in FX's Justified! Check out images and a fresh clip!

14 October 2010 12:41 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Timothy Olyphant is undoubtedly a solid actor. From credits like Stephen King's Dreamcatcher, Hitman, the upcoming and eagerly anticipated I Am Number Four from DreamWorks and the animated Rango, Olyphant shows strong versatility. Now in FX Network's Justified, Olyphant stars as U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, a modern day 19th century-style lawman, enforcing his brand of justice in a way that puts a target on his back with criminals and places him at odds with his bosses in the Marshal service. That conflict results in a reassignment for Givens to the U.S. District covering the town where he grew up. He is an anachronism – a tough, soft spoken gentleman who finds his quarry fascinating, but never gives an inch. Dig under his placid skin and you’ll find an angry man who grew up hard in rural Kentucky, with an outlaw father, who knows a lot more »

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Mark Duplass, Dianne Wiest and Sam Shepard Cast in Lawrence Kasdan’s ‘Darling Companion’

24 September 2010 6:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Though he's been announced as attached to a few projects over the past couple years, Lawrence Kasdan hasn't written or directed a produced film since Dreamcatcher in 2003. (He has done script work, like the polish on the script for the action version of Paradise Lost that Alex Proyas just signed to direct.) But now Kasdan will direct Darling Companion from a script he wrote with Meg Kasdan, and he's just added Mark Duplass, Dianne Wiest and Sam Shepard to the cast. THR notes that Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline, Richard Jenkins and Elizabeth Moss were already cast in the film. The story is unusual; I can't tell if this is going to be pure tearjerking sap or something that promises sentiment on the surface before diving into something more complicated. The story follows "what happens when a man loses his wife’s beloved dog after a wedding in the Rockies and »

- Russ Fischer

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Cast Announced for New Lawrence Kasdan Flick

23 September 2010 11:05 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Lawrence Kasdan, back from the creative wilderness (Dreamcatcher anyone?), has started to assemble his cast for the upcoming drama-comedy Darling Companion, which he co-wrote with wife Meg Kasdan.

According to Variety, Kevin Kline, Richard Jenkins, Diane Keaton, and Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss will star in the tale of a woman (Keaton) who loves her dog more than her husband. Hilarity ensues (presumably) when her spouse (Kline) loses the dog while they are staying at their vacation home in the Rockies, causing the two of them to hunt for a missing animal.

Nice to see Kasdan back (he co-wrote The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Return of the Jedi trivia fans!) and with a talented cast onboard with him. »

- Adam Lowes

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Lawrence Kasdan's 'Darling Companion' Gets Impressive Cast

22 September 2010 6:32 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Though the screenwriter behind such classics as Raiders of the Lost Ark and Return of the Jedi had a hand in crafting the script for Alex Proyas' next directing gig with Paradise Lost, previously Lawrence Kasdan hadn't written or directed a film since the '03 adaptation of Stephen King's Dreamcatcher. However, Variety has word on a new directing job for Kasdan from a script he also wrote with his wife Meg Kasdan. This new indie, Darling Companion, has Richard Jenkins (Let Me In), Diane Keaton (Morning Glory, Family Stone), Kevin Kline (The Conspirator), and Elisabeth Moss ("Mad Men") providing their acting talents. The film focuses on a woman (Keaton) who loves her dog more than her husband (Kline), and the drama that ensues after he loses the dog after attending a wedding at their vacation home in the Rockies. The married writers previously wrote Grand Canyon (Kasdan also »

- Ethan Anderton

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I, Robot director to film fallen angels fighting in Paradise Lost

17 September 2010 12:53 AM, PDT | Corona's Coming Attractions | See recent Corona's Coming Attractions news »

Director Alex Proyas has been hired to make a film about Lucifer's rebellion against Heaven and his subsequent casting down into the inferno. The movie version of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost just took a big step forward.

Proyas is the Australian filmmaker that gave us the 1995 film The Crow, followed by the cerebral noir sci-fi thriller Dark City, the actioner I, Robot and last year's darkly forboding film Knowing. Paradise Lost is in development with Legendary Pictures, the same production entity/finance partner that paid for The Dark Knight, 300, Superman Returns and the new Clash of the Titans movie. Their latest release is Ben Affleck's The Town, opening in theaters this weekend.

The title page of the screenplay for Paradise Lost has a lengthy list of screenwriters on it. Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi wrote the initial draft, followed by a later rewrite provided by »

- Patrick Sauriol

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Memphis Beat TV Review And Giveaway

12 August 2010 9:36 AM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Back when Mallrats was released, I swore I knew Jason Lee from somewhere. I think it was several months before I was alerted to the fact that he was a professional skateboarder, and in case that wasn’t it, I might have seen him in a music video. I didn’t have my finger on the pulse back then.

I didn’t get much out of Mallrats, but I had oddly high hopes for Lee. It took a bit for him to get going, but then nice turns in Kissing a Fool, Mumford, and Almost Famous gave me a certain sense of satisfaction. Then, for several years, I started to get rather irritated by him. All I could think was that he has better work in him, but all I kept getting was Dreamcatcher, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Jersey Girl.

You might think I’m building you »

- Marc Eastman

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[DVD Review] Johnny Handsome

29 July 2010 4:50 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Hollywood films have always been rife with images of the disabled, frequently casting them as misunderstood pariahs, idiot henchmen, or occasionally malevolent geniuses, filled with wrath at their despised place in the world. But rarely is there anything like Johnny Handsome, a film which deftly avoids making any sort of statement about disability by avoiding making a statement on virtually anything at all, shoehorning its sarcastically named title character into a plot so conventional it’s virtually weightless. In fact, were it not for Mickey Rourke spending half of the movie looking like a grilled cheese sandwich gone terribly wrong, you probably wouldn’t give it a second thought. But the effect of his makeup is so strange, and so belabored upon, that you can’t help but feel that there’s some considerable distance between the intended and the achieved effect, and wonder exactly what the intended effect was. »

- Anders Nelson

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 30 years on - where are they now?

19 May 2010 9:15 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

To celebrate the 30th birthday of The Empire Strikes Back this coming Friday, Ryan finds out what happened next for those involved...

How about this for making some of us feel old? The Empire Strikes Back got its maiden cinema release on May 21st 1980. That, at the time of this article going live, is tomorrow. Tomorrow, one of the finest science fiction blockbusters of all time is going to be 30.

It's testament to the many strengths of the movie that it's still talked about so frequently three decades on, and many, of course, rate it as the finest Star Wars movie of the lot. But what happened to those who worked on it, in front of and behind the camera? We decided to celebrate the film's birthday by finding out...

Mark Hamill - Luke Skywalker

Following the massive success of the Star Wars original trilogy, Hamill spent much of his »

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Timothy Olyphant talks 'Justified,' his evolving career, and securing his place on our Dream Emmy Ballot

16 March 2010 12:33 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Every once in a while, an actor finds a role that fits him so perfectly, the audience is reminded just how rare that is. Deadwood's Timothy Olyphant as Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in FX's new drama Justified (premieres tonight, 10 p.m. Est) is one of those performances. Elmore Leonard fans will recognize Givens as the lead character in two of his novels, Pronto and Riding the Rap, and the novella Fire in the Hole, upon which the pilot is based. It finds the Stetson-wearing, some might say trigger-happy lawman reassigned from Miami to his native Kentucky — where »

- Mandi Bierly

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Horror at the Oscars 3: The Spawning

10 March 2010 11:16 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

After the Academy’s attempt at honoring genre during the live show, we saw a real tribute to horror by someone who is truly one of our own. Bob Murawski thanked Sam Raimi for giving him his “first cutting job” in Army of Darkness. His Best Editing award for Hurt Locker was shared by his partner Chris Innis, whom he met on the Raimi produced TV show “American Gothic.”

I gotta say, never since Peter Jackson’s (who was nominated this year for District 9) thank you to the crew of Meet the Feebles has there been such an excellent genre shout out.

On top of working with Raimi for over a decade, Murawski also runs Grindhouse Releasing, which distributes and restores cult and horror films with a focus on extreme Italian cinema. Pieces, The Beyond, Cannibal Holocaust, and I Drink Your Blood are just a few names you’ll find in Grindhouse Releasing's catalogue. »

- Heather Buckley

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