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Time Machine: Remember K Stewart's 'Dirty Dancing'? Fabricated Lois Lane Rumors?

9 May 2015 3:34 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Kristen Stewart 'On the Road' dancing, with Garrett Hedlund on the right Down memory lane: Garrett Hedlund and Kristen Stewart 'On the Road' images At the time best known as The Twilight Saga's conflicted human Bella Swan, Kristen Stewart was cast as the exuberant Marylou in Walter Salles' film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's iconic 1950s novel On the Road. Salles had been impressed with Stewart's pre-Twilight work in Sean Penn's Into the Wild. Based on LuAnne Henderson, Kerouac's close buddy Neal Cassady's first wife, Marylou is described as a "beautiful little sharp chick." Apparently, one who also likes to move seductively to the sound of music – as can be attested by the Kristen Stewart picture above, which first came out online in early 2011. Besides Stewart, On the Road also features Garrett Hedlund – at the time best known for Tron: Legacy – as Dean Moriarty, »

- Zac Gille

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Readers recommend: songs about control | Peter Kimpton

5 March 2015 2:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Whether losing, gaining, maintaining or fighting it, let the music take over and name songs about all emotional, physical or practical ways we take on turmoil

Chaos. Where isn’t it? The world is a mess of entropy, energy, waste, injustice, and emotion. Chaos thrives equally in war, in corruption, in our hearts, in a pencil case, in ideas mangled or cables tangled. “I accept chaos, I’m not sure whether it accepts me,” said Bob Dylan, with a shrug. “Darling – in chaos there is fertility,” retorted writer Anaïs Nin, flirtily. But is there also opportunity in chaos? Game of Thrones author George Rr Martin, with the imminent return of his adapted books to screens this spring, cuts to the heart of it: “Chaos isn’t a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again … the climb is all there is. »

- Peter Kimpton

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Berlin Reviews: 'Life' Stars Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan as Wayward American Icons

9 February 2015 1:20 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

"Life" stars the always ace Dane DeHaan as James Dean opposite Robert Pattinson, in yet another dramatic turn, as Life magazine photographer Dennis Stock. A budding, and subtly homoerotic, friendship unfolds as the film chronicles the story behind Stock's 1955 photo spread, circa "East of Eden," that put emerging heartthrob Dean on the map—just seven months before his unexpected death at 24. Written by Aussie scribe Luke Davies--who co-adapted his novel "Candy" into the 2006 drug drama starring Heath Ledger--"Life" isn't music video turned filmmaker Corbijn's first tread in biopic territory. His 2007 "Control" plunged into the final days in the life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, starring Sam Riley. Corbijn knows how to direct attractive adonises onscreen. But is "Life" worth all the ballyhoo? Based on early Berlinale reviews, rounded up below, critics are tussling over this one. Variety: "More than a standard »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Better Call Saul recap – season one episode one

8 February 2015 8:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Set six years before Breaking Bad, we see Saul scrabbling around at the bottom of the legal pit, in a show that’s like New Order to Breaking Bad’s Joy Division

Spoiler warning: do not read until you’ve watched the first episode of Better Call Saul, which aired at 10pm Est on AMC on Sunday in the Us, and is on Netflix from 7am on Monday in the UK

You’ve got to love a lawyer who drives a car called Esteem. With so much expectation riding on its shoulders since Breaking Bad finished, Better Call Saul is finally here.

The opening scene, a black and white flash-forward to Saul’s life after Walter White – hefty moustache and new glasses, working in a mall bakery, going home watching his old commercials on VHS – casts a downbeat shadow on proceedings, like a mini slice of indie Americana. And then we’re back in colour, »

- Richard Vine

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