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Multiple Maniacs

20 March 2017 2:28 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Multiple Maniacs


1970 / Black and White /96 Min. / 1:66 / Street Date March 21, 2017

Starring: Divine, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce and Mink Stole.

Cinematography: John Waters

Film Editor: John Waters

Written by John Waters

Produced by John Waters

Directed by John Waters


Andy Warhol was nothing if not a multi-media maven. Along with his ubiquitous silkscreens and sculpture, he embraced movie-making beginning as early as 1963 with such literal-minded efforts as Haircut (a haircut) and Taylor Mead’s Ass (one hour of exactly what you think) and pretty much closed shop with 1968’s Lonesome Cowboys, a 109 minute western satire that, of all his films, came closest to approximating a traditional tinseltown production.

Essentially Warhol was parodying the Hollywood studio system, rounding up his acolytes and hangers-on, from supermodels to pushers, and casting them as regular performers in a series of deadpan documentaries. Meanwhile in the wilds of Baltimore, Warhol fan John Waters »

- Charlie Largent

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Shop People’s Exclusive 25 Percent Off Codes at Six of Your Favorite Stores (Plus: Even More Spring Fashion You Can’t Live Without)

17 March 2017 8:38 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The first day of spring is just three days away, and the best way to celebrate is to empty out your entire closet to make way for a whole new host of adorable finds. (That is why they call it spring cleaning, right?) And what’s even better? If you can do it at a steep discount. That’s why we partnered with six brands we adore to bring you 25 percent off your purchases on their sites. Check out the links below to see our favorite pieces to buy (with our exclusive discount codes!) from each brand, from shoes to earrings to dresses, »

- Alex Apatoff

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Gavin Rossdale Debuts Bush’s New ‘Mad Love’ Music Video

7 March 2017 10:38 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Gavin Rossdale takes his confessional track “Mad Love” to the roof in his band Bush’s exclusive music video premiere. The song comes off the band’s new album, Black and White Rainbows.

The Voice UK coach admitted to People that sons Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 3, turned down his request to sing on the record!

“I wanted them to because they’ve got great voices and sound really good. As they’ve gotten older, they’ve got really nice, really pretty voices — maybe next record … if I can afford them! They’re probably out of my league!” Rossdale, 51, says.

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- Katherine Richter

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Kong: Skull Island post credits revealed, more Deadpool 2 rumours, Pirates 5 trailer released and more – Daily News Roundup

3 March 2017 1:15 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kong: Spoiler Island

Our review of Kong: Skull Island went live last night, and we’ve also got the hot news on the post-credits; who’s in it and what it means for the next steps in Universal’s shared monster universe. We won’t list the details in this post, but you can read the spoilers in detail here.

Stranger Things Have Happened

We’ve had a few names dropped in the rumour bin to play Cable in Deadpool 2 from former Bond Pierce Brosnan to Bloodline‘s Kyle Chandler, but a new report is suggesting that Stranger Thing‘s David Harbour is being eyed for the part. According to the rumour – which comes from the highly dubious El Mayimbe – Harbour has even screentested for the role and Fox will be making their decision soon. Read more about that here.

Holy Bat-praise, Batman!

Hot off the announcement that Matt Reeves »

- Luke Owen

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Gavin Rossdale: My Kids ‘Turned Me Down’ to Sing on the New Bush Album – ‘They’re Probably Out of My League!’

2 March 2017 8:45 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Like father, like sons!

Gavin Rossdale and ex-wife Gwen Stefani have passed on their musical talents to their boys.

“I asked them to sing on the record, but they totally turned me down,” the rocker — whose new album with his band Bush, Black and White Rainbows, drops March 10 — tells People of sons Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 3.

“I wanted them to because they’ve got great voices and sound really good. As they’ve gotten older, they’ve got really nice, really pretty voices — maybe next record … if I can afford them! They’re probably out of my league!”

The new Voice UK coach, »

- Jeff Nelson

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Has James Mangold announced a Black and White Version of Logan is on the cards?

2 March 2017 5:08 AM, PST | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Zehra Phelan

Yesterday finally saw the release of the James Mangold’s highly anticipated Logan into cinemas, a final look at Hugh Jackman in a role he well and truly made his own over the years in numerous X-Men and Wolverine projects. In Jackman’s final stand, this is one ‘superhero’ movie that breaks the mould and refuses to follow convention, truly making this the stand out in the series of spin offs.

Related: James Mangold on Logan

So how can Logan director, James Mangold improve on this? Or the question should be – should he even try? Well, on the day of Logan’s release Mangold took to twitter to reply to one eager fan’s plea to him to deliver a version in black and white.  His simply reply ‘Workin’ on it’ could this be an unofficial announcement that we can expect to witness this deeply brutal westernesque »

- Zehra Phelan

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Gavin Rossdale Is ‘Sad’ but ‘Being an Optimist About’ Gwen Stefani Divorce: ‘It’s Just the Way That It Goes Sometimes’

1 March 2017 8:30 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Gavin Rossdale is ready to move on after his divorce from Gwen Stefani.

“We’ve been through that, and this is a new day,” the Bush frontman, 51, tells People in the new issue, out Friday.

In August of 2015, Rossdale and Stefani, 47, announced their split after nearly 13 years of marriage; shortly after, the rocker was plagued by reports of infidelity with their longtime nanny.

So is there anything the new Voice UK mentor wants to clear the air about?

“I don’t even even know what the alleged ‘record’ is,” says Rossdale “Some things are private, unbelievably.”

Today, the singer — whose new Bush album, »

- Jeff Nelson

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Rachel Dolezal Near Homelessness After Rejecting Porn and Reality TV Offers

26 February 2017 7:30 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who became infamous for identifying herself as a black woman for decades and running the Spokane, Washington, chapter of the NAACP, is jobless and fears she may soon be homeless. In an interview with The Guardian about her upcoming memoir “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World,” Dolezal says she’s jobless, has only been offered employment in reality television and porn films, feeds her family with food stamps and doesn’t know how she’ll come up with her March rent. She says that although she has applied for more than 100 jobs, »

- Rosemary Rossi

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Exclusive: Gavin Rossdale Opens Up About New Album & How Divorce From Gwen Stefani Influenced His Songwriting

23 February 2017 11:30 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Gavin Rossdale is opening up about his upcoming album, and how his high-profile divorce impacted his new music and his life as an artist.

The Bush frontman sat down with Et's Nischelle Turner on Wednesday at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, where he got candid about the role his divorce from Gwen Stefani has had on his songwriting and his band's forthcoming seventh studio album, Black and White Rainbows, admitting, "It obviously informs the record."

"It's hard to separate yourself from the most monumental thing that happens in your life if you're an artist," Rossdale shared.

Watch: Gavin Rossdale Talks Co-Parenting During the Holidays and Getting His Kids Into Giving Back

The 51-year-old rocker and father of three admitted that he was careful not to include a lot of the songs he wrote immediately following the dissolution of his 13-year marriage, which was finalized last April, as they were written to help him cope with the »

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Movies Are Essential Now: How a Big Film Festival Helped Our Troubled World Cope — Berlinale 2017

22 February 2017 11:47 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The first time I went to the Berlin Film Festival, the city was existentially cold, cottoned in fog, and grayer than “Wings of Desire.” And I loved it. I had just been laid off and my personal life was mired in one of those brutally unsolicited periods of self-reflection, so a jet-lagged week in the grim heart of Europe was just what the doctor ordered.

That was the year of titles like “Boyhood,” the frigid Chinese neo-noir “Black Coal, Thin Ice,” and an Estonian drama about a film critic who loses his newspaper job — and then his mind — after filing a two-word review of “The Tree of Life.” (“Fuck you.”) I bundled up and walked by the Reichstag, spent a few nights on the east side of town, and tried most of the brews at the House of 100 Beers, a flavorless, three-tiered tourist trap near the center of the festival »

- David Ehrlich

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Rare Beetlejuice Deleted Scenes Uncovered from Workprint

22 February 2017 8:34 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

For years, we've been threatened with a sequel to Beetlejuice. Apparently it's still happening, but we're no closer to getting a follow-up to Tim Burton's iconic supernatural comedy than we were three or four years ago. Burton is on board, Winona Ryder wants to come back, and Michael Keaton thinks it would be a blast. But it just hasn't come together yet over at Warner Bros. While we patiently await any kind of update on Beetlejuice 2, we do have something pretty cool for hardcore fans of the ghost with the most. A couple of rarely seen deleted scenes pulled from the original workprint.

These scenes have been swimming around on the Internet for a little while now, but Bloody Disgusting noticed that a third scene had recently been uploaded to Youtube after two other black and white scenes had made the rounds over the last couple of years. »

- MovieWeb

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Watch: Video Essay on Film Noir Makes 'The Case for Black and White'

15 February 2017 12:38 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Even though the first color movies were made over 100 years ago, black & white lived on in Hollywood until the 1960s. The Academy Awards even had a category from 1939 to 1967 under Best Cinematography for black & white films, splitting the section in two. Even now, black & white is still a strong aesthetic / visual choice and some filmmakers use it effectively to tell stories. Some of my favorite recent black & white films are: Frances Ha, Ida, The Artist, Pi, Sin City, The Turin Horse, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, A Field in England, Escape from Tomorrow and Computer Chess. This new video essay from Jack Nugent looks back at film noir in the 40s & 50s to make the case for black and white, even today. It's worth a watch. Thanks to Film School Rejects for the tip on this. Original description from YouTube: "Black and white has a gorgeous look in film. »

- Alex Billington

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Video Essay Makes the Case for Black-and-White Film Noir’s Influence on ‘Breaking Bad’ — Watch

15 February 2017 11:31 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“Have you ever heard somebody say, ‘I can’t watch black-and-white movies?'” asks the creator of the Now You See It YouTube channel in his latest video. Said video essayist takes issue with that mindset, and he’s here to explain why in just four minutes. “Black and white can do just as much as color,” he contends, and for Exhibit A he turns to film noir.

Read More: 8 Essential Film Noir Movies MoMI is Resurrecting From the 1940s

Our intrepid host uses examples of both good and bad parodies to make a point: “Saturday Night Live” got it wrong by using low-contrast black and white in a recent skit inspired by “Casablanca,” while an old “Calvin and Hobbes” comic strip mimicked the style much more skillfully. The poor imitation demonstrated by the likes of “SNL,” he argues, is why some consider black and white to be boring — they »

- Michael Nordine

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Guy Spends a Year Learning How to Colorize Black and White Shows

14 February 2017 9:25 AM, PST | | See recent news »

This video hits close to home because I have a member of my family whose career is as a colorist for film and television.  Most people don’t know what a colorist does.  I’ll try and explain it in a nutshell.  A colorist is the reason there’s a fluidity of color from shot to shot.  They’re the reason a sky is more blue or grass being more green.  They’re the people behind movies like What Dreams May Come that produce amazing coloring and imagery. So when I saw this video it made me realize not only the skill that goes into

Guy Spends a Year Learning How to Colorize Black and White Shows »

- Nat Berman

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‘The Party’ Review: Sally Potter’s Farce Is Undercooked — Berlinale 2017

13 February 2017 10:30 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A tepid farce that that combines the brevity of a one-act play with the lo-fi desperation of a student film, “The Party” is the kind of star-studded misfire that might only have made sense in the context of an artistic movement like Dogme 95, whose strict dictums could have explained its experimental zeal and excused its fundamental shabbiness. Of course, such formal recklessness is par for the course when it comes to the cinema of Sally Potter, a British dynamo whose work ranges from a radical adaptation of Virgina Woolf’s “Orlando” to an erotic Joan Allen drama that’s spoken entirely in iambic pentameter. But if the dazzling eccentricities of Potter’s previous films might help to prepare viewers for her latest trick, their intellectual rigor casts this new one in a strange and unflattering light. It’s different, yes, and made with conviction. But it also feels flimsy, hollow, »

- David Ehrlich

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‘Sword Master’ Exclusive Trailer: Derek Yee’s Wuxia Martial Arts Extravaganza Comes to Home Video — Watch

13 February 2017 9:03 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Even a master swordsman isn’t safe when it comes to Derek Yee’s wild wuxia adventure, appropriately titled “Sword Master.” In the new martial arts extravaganza, a once-powerful swordsman turns his back on his own violent nature and formidable talents to live a quiet and humble life away from the world. It’s the kind of great and understandable pursuit that is, of course, totally thrown for a loop by outside forces.

Read More: Exclusive: Trailers For Janus Films Re-release Of King Hu’s Wuxia Classics ‘A Touch Of Zen’ And ‘Dragon Inn’

Per the film’s official synopsis, “A powerful swordsman is haunted by the destructive impact his deadly talents have on others. Weary of the bloodshed and violence from the martial arts world, he banishes himself to the humble life of a vagrant, wandering the fringes of society. But his violent past refuses to let him go quietly. »

- Kate Erbland

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‘Ghost of New Orleans’ Clip: Josh Lucas and Terrence Howard Encounter the Supernatural in Nola-Based Thriller

13 February 2017 8:23 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ghost of New Orleans,” written by Gerald Dipego and Justin Dipego, offers up a New Orleans-set thriller with a supernatural twist. Directed by Predrag Antonijevic (“Savior”), the film stars Josh Lucas, Terrence Howard, Lake Bell, Sharon Leal and Cary Elwes.

Read More: Kirsten Dunst to Star in AMC Dark Comedy Series From George Clooney and Yorgos Lanthimos

As the film’s official synopsis states, the film follows “a disgraced detective (Josh Lucas) [who] has a supernatural encounter which leads him to investigate the murder of a beautiful cellist (Lake Bell) that unlocks the truth behind her mysterious death.” Creepy.

Read More: Casey Affleck to Write and Star in Supernatural Thriller ‘Villain

In our exclusive clip, witness the mysterious allure of Drag Hammerman (Howard) as he playfully woos Molly (Deborah Ann Woll), a waitress at a bar with aspirations for greater things (perhaps even of the supernatural variety).

Check it out below. »

- Kerry Levielle

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‘A Fantastic Woman’ Review: Sebastían Lelio’s Trans Drama Is A Grippingly Humane Tale Of Grief — Berlinale 2017

13 February 2017 6:59 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Sebastián Lelio’s “A Fantastic Woman” settles into a defiantly grounded drama about a trans woman fighting through her grief, but it starts with some incredible sleight of hand.

Set at the height of a Santiago summer, the film begins with a man named Orlando (“The Club” actor Francisco Reyes) as he gets a massage at his local sauna. Fifty-seven years old and looking like a gentler Jeremy Irons, Orlando leaves the health club and steps into the tired Chilean sun, eventually making his way to a nearby nightclub. He locks eyes with the singer onstage as soon as he steps inside, and she returns his attention with interest. Her name is Marina (first-time actress Daniela Vega), she’s roughly half Orlando’s age, and she’s very much in love with him. The feeling is mutual.

Later that night, the two of them have sex against the floor-to-ceiling window »

- David Ehrlich

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Watch: Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer and More Discuss ‘Call Me By Your Name’ at Live Berlinale Press Conference

13 February 2017 5:45 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Starting today at 8:50Am Et/5:50Am Pt, you can watch a live stream of the Berlinale press conference featuring the cast and crew of “Call Me By Your Name.” Filmmaker Luca Guadagnino is expected to attend the conference, as well as cast members including Armie HammerTimothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg.

The film recently bowed at Sundance to overwhelming acclaim, and Sony Pictures Classics will release it later this fall.

Read More: Paul Verhoeven to Serve as Berlin Film Festival Jury President

Per the film’s official synopsis, “It’s the hot, sun-drenched summer of 1983 and Elio is at his parents’ country seat in northern Italy. The 17-year-old idles away the time listening to music, reading books and swimming until one day his father’s new American assistant arrives at their large villa. Oliver is charming and, like Elio, has Jewish roots; he is also young, self-confident and good-looking. »

- Kate Erbland

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Watch: Sally Potter Brings Star-Studded Cast of ‘The Party’ to Live Berlinale Press Conference

13 February 2017 4:20 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Starting today at 7:30Am Et/4:30Am Pt, you can watch a live stream of the Berlinale press conference featuring the cast and crew of “The Party.” Filmmaker Sally Potter is expected to attend the conference, as well as cast members including Patricia Clarkson, Bruno GanzCherry JonesEmily MortimerCillian MurphyKristin Scott Thomas and Timothy Spall.

Potter’s newest feature is premiering in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Read More: Paul Verhoeven to Serve as Berlin Film Festival Jury President

Per the film’s official synopsis, “Janet has just been appointed minister in the shadow cabinet – the crowning achievement of her political career. She and her husband Bill plan to celebrate this with a few close friends. The guests arrive at their home in London but the party takes an unexpected turn for the worse when Bill suddenly makes two explosive revelations that shock Janet »

- Kate Erbland

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