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‘Hannibal’: Bryan Fuller Explains the One Murder Too Bloody and Disgusting For Broadcast Television

13 October 2017 11:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Hannibal” was beloved by fans for pushing the boundaries of broadcast television during its three season run on NBC. The show contained so much graphic violence and gore that at times the series felt way more brutal than anything on “Game of Thrones” or premium cable. Murder victims would have their skin sliced off; a totem poll would be erected out of dismembered body parts; necks and faces would be sliced open and stomachs would be stabbed. “Hannibal” is probably the most graphic show to ever air on broadcast TV, which makes it a bit of a shock to hear there was actually one gruesome death showrunner Bryan Fuller was not allowed to do.

Read More:‘Hannibal’ Season 4: Bryan Fuller Says Christopher Nolan Holds the Key to the Series’ Future

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Fuller revealed a Season 1 murder so bloody and disgusting that NBC’s vice »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Hannibal’: Bryan Fuller Explains the One Murder Too Bloody and Disgusting For Broadcast Television

13 October 2017 11:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Hannibal” was beloved by fans for pushing the boundaries of broadcast television during its three season run on NBC. The show contained so much graphic violence and gore that at times the series felt way more brutal than anything on “Game of Thrones” or premium cable. Murder victims would have their skin sliced off; a totem poll would be erected out of dismembered body parts; necks and faces would be sliced open and stomachs would be stabbed. “Hannibal” is probably the most graphic show to ever air on broadcast TV, which makes it a bit of a shock to hear there was actually one gruesome death showrunner Bryan Fuller was not allowed to do.

Read More:‘Hannibal’ Season 4: Bryan Fuller Says Christopher Nolan Holds the Key to the Series’ Future

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Fuller revealed a Season 1 murder so bloody and disgusting that NBC’s vice »

- Zack Sharf

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How Hans Zimmer changed modern film scores

10 October 2017 6:41 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark Allison Oct 11, 2017

Big film scores have changed over the past decade - and Hans Zimmer may be the reason why...

For every movie-going generation, there is a film score composer who ascends above all others and comes to encapsulate the sound of their era. In the 1940s and 1950s, the brooding and mysterious tones of Bernard Hermann would define a generation of suspense cinema. Decades later, it was John Williams who ushered in the blockbuster era with a series of bold and iconic melodies, from Jaws through to Superman, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Jurassic Park. Today’s cinema has its own musical zeitgeist. When future archaeologists uncover the buried ruins of our civilisation, they may well refer to it as the 'Hans Zimmer period'.

Hans Zimmer is a movie composer of singular acclaim. He is one of the only such artists with the clout to fill concert arenas across the world, »

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Andrea Arnold Heads Up London Film Festival Jury

2 October 2017 7:46 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Andrea Arnold — the celebrated British director behind American Honey, Fish Tank and Red Road — has been named jury president for the official competition of the BFI London Film Festival, which kicks off Wednesday. 

The helmer will lead a group of jury members including filmmaker Babak Anvari, who won a BAFTA last year for his debut feature Under the Shadow; actor Eric Bana; film journalist and programmer Ashley Clarke; actress and model Lily Cole; Russian filmmaker Alexei Popogrebsky; and Emma Thomas, producer of Dunkirk, the Dark Knight trilogy and Inception.

Elsewhere, documentary filmmaker and Passion Pictures head John Battsek will lead »

- Alex Ritman

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Andrea Arnold, Emma Thomas Join BFI London Film Festival Jury

2 October 2017 4:47 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Oscar-winning director Andrea Arnold will head up the official competition jury at this year’s 61st BFI London Film Festival. Emma Thomas, producer of “Dunkirk” and the Oscar-nominated “Inception,” will also serve on the jury.

The festival’s Best Film Award recognizes inspiring, inventive and distinctive filmmaking, with the jury selecting the winner from a short-list of 12 titles. Last year’s winner was Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women.”

Joining Arnold (pictured) and Thomas on the official competition jury are actors Eric Bana and Lily Cole; British-Iranian filmmaker Babak Anvari; programmer Ashley Clark; and Alexei Popogrebsky, head of directing at Moscow Film School.

This year’s official competition lineup comprises Robin Campillo’s “120 Beats Per Minute”; Vivian Qu’s “Angels Wear White”; Majid Majidi’s “Beyond the Clouds”; Nora Twomey’s “The Breadwinner”; Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra’s “Good Manners”; Xavier Beauvois’ “The Guardians”; Andrew Haigh’s “Lean On Pete”; Andrey Zvyagintsev’s “Loveless”; Azazel Jacobs’ “The »

- Robert Mitchell

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American Made Review

29 September 2017 8:12 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Whether it’s the challenge of playing against type or the allure of wowing audiences with their range, some of Hollywood’s most bankable stars have often turned to roles as lovable crooks to keep their careers fresh. Think Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, a tour-de-force performance that saw the hero of Titanic and Inception not simply play a villain but a morally bankrupt real-life stockbroker. That film ultimately earned DiCaprio critical raves and an Oscar nomination. So, one can hardly blame Tom Cruise for taking on the life of airline-pilot-turned-drug-smuggler Barry Seal in his latest film, American Made.

Reteaming Cruise with director Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow), the film chronicles Seal’s rise and fall as he’s recruited by a mysterious CIA agent (Domhnall Gleeson) and becomes increasingly embroiled in the Medellín drug cartel. Along the way, he earns the attention of numerous government agencies, »

- Robert Yaniz Jr.

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The Craziest Hollywood Movies of the 21st Century — IndieWire Critics Survey

18 September 2017 9:35 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

In honor of Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!,” which just became one of the only movies to ever earn an “F” Cinemascore rating, what is the craziest movie that a major Hollywood studio has released this century?

Joshua Rothkopf (@joshrothkopf), Time Out New York

Talk about a self-answering question. Unless you can point to another movie that brews such an aggressive whirlwind of psychosexual anxiety, starring the biggest star in the world (who is also romantically involved with the director), then we’re talking about “mother!” I’m sure you’ve got “The Wolf of Wall Street” at the ready as an alternative, but how crazy is that film, given »

- David Ehrlich

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Tom Hardy Just Gets Better With Age

15 September 2017 10:10 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Roles in Inception and The Dark Knight Rises may have sent his career into overdrive, but fans have been devoted to British actor Tom Hardy for much longer than that. Many have been watching him since that first menacing turn in Star Trek: Nemesis in 2002 (he's the only actor to have played both a Batman and a Star Trek villain). The hot dad then spent years balancing indie films and period dramas before he conquered Hollywood. A few early adopters may have been in love with him for over a decade, but we've been trying to pinpoint the exact moment the world really sat up and paid attention . . . and we've settled on 2009. Why? If you've not seen him in Wuthering Heights with his wife, Charlotte Riley, do yourself a favor and hunt it down. And take a look at our photo chronology for more proof that was the year when everything changed for him! »

- Gemma Cartwright

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Visual Effects Society: The Top 70 VFX Films of All Time Include ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Blade Runner,’ and ‘Citizen Kane’

12 September 2017 2:32 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In honor of its 20th anniversary, the Visual Effects Society polled its membership to list the 70 most influential VFX films of all time. James Cameron led the pack with six entries (“The Abyss,” “Aliens,” “Avatar,” “Terminator,” “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” and “Titanic”); Steven Spielberg followed close behind with five (“Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” “E.T. the Extraterrestrial,” “Jaws,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” and “Jurassic Park”); and Peter Jackson had four Oscar winners (“The Lord of the Rings” trilogy and “King Kong”).

“The Ves 70 represents films that have had a significant, lasting impact on the practice and appreciation of visual effects as an integral element of cinematic expression and storytelling,” said Ves board chair Mike Chambers. “We see this as an important opportunity for our members, leading visual effects practitioners worldwide, to pay homage to our heritage and help shape the future of the global visual effects community. In »

- Bill Desowitz

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Junkie Xl to score Tomb Raider reboot

11 September 2017 2:55 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Having been removed from Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League movie in favour of Danny Elfman, Junkie Xl – a.k.a. Tom Holkenborg – has found his next project, signing on to compose the score for the upcoming Alicia Vikander-headlined Tomb Raider reboot.

Having collaborated with Hans Zimmer on the likes of Inception, The Dark Knight Rises and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Junkie Xl has also received acclaim in recent years for his work on the likes of Mad Max: Fury Road and Deadpool. He ruled out a return for Deadpool 2 following the departure of original director Tim Miller, stating that he “wouldn’t feel right” working on the sequel.

See Also: Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft takes aim in new Tomb Raider image

Lara Croft is the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished when she was scarcely a teen.  Now a young woman of »

- Gary Collinson

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Christopher Nolan on ‘Dunkirk’: There Was No Green Screen

10 September 2017 3:26 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Christopher Nolan’s drive for authenticity with “Dunkirk” led him to bring the cast and crew of his World War II epic to the very beaches in France where Allied forces snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. Even though the fighting ended decades and generations ago, there were still land mines and other live explosive devices lining the shoreline and the harbor.

“Every time we’d need to do one of our explosions, we’d do a controlled explosion first to see if it would set off anything,” Nolan said during a question and answer session at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday. “When you think about how long ago it is, it was very sobering in terms of the lingering impact of these kind of events.”

Nolan was on hand to celebrate IMAX’s 50th anniversary (the drama is shot using the company’s cameras). The event comes, as »

- Brent Lang

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The 20 Best Podcast Episodes from Summer 2017

5 September 2017 5:52 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When the calendar turned from June, we counted down our list of the best podcast episodes of 2017 to that point. Now that fall is on our doorstep, there’s nearly an entire summer’s worth of fresh shows to listen to and appreciate.

From Memorial Day onward, the nonstop flow of audio entertainment kept up at breakneck pace. (Think of how many sunlit jogs, outdoor yardwork sessions and scorching commutes they had to fill!) With plenty of other events and sources of information vying for attention between the end of May and the beginning of September, a few of the best episodes may have slipped through the cracks.

Read More:The 50 Best Podcast Episodes of 2017 (So Far)

So here to provide a handy roundup of new and returning favorites are some quality podcasts episodes to add to the fall catch-up queue: the funny, fascinating and solemn installments from this year’s summer months. »

- Steve Greene

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Will Leonardo DiCaprio Give the Green Light to Joker Movie?

1 September 2017 3:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Warner Bros. would love to see Leonardo DiCaprio as the Joker in the studio’s planned origin tale, according to sources. But it’s way too early to predict whether the versatile star might be interested, and no offer has been made.

The studio’s Joker standalone film, to be directed by Todd Phillips, is expected to have Martin Scorsese on board as an executive producer.

It makes sense that a Scorsese-led Joker would look to involve DiCaprio — they’ve teamed on “Gangs of New York,” “The Aviator,” best picture winner “The Departed,” “Shutter Island,” and “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

But the Joker project could be a real longshot since DiCaprio, who hasn’t made a movie since he won best actor for “The Revenant,” has been attached to numerous projects that never got made, some with Scorsese. The duo are currently in development on “Devil in the White City” and “Killers of the Flower Moon »

- Dave McNary

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Warner Bros. Wants Leonardo DiCaprio to Play the Joker

1 September 2017 3:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Remember the rumor that Inception was really a secret Dark Knight sequel with Leonardo DiCaprio playing the Riddler? Later we learned Warner Bros. actually did want the actor for the role in the actual later sequel, The Dark Knight Rises. Well, now the studio is back to similar wishes, as The Hollywood Reporter claims they want DiCaprio for their recently announced Joker movie.  With the Dark Knight Rises hopes, Warner Bros. had the potential influence of Christopher Nolan. This time, they've got Martin Scorsese, who has worked with DiCaprio many more times and directed the actor in two of his five Oscar-nominated performances. DiCaprio is about to work with Scorsese on their sixth major collaboration, Killers of the Flower Moon, so...

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- Christopher Campbell

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Warner Bros. Wants Leonardo DiCaprio to Play the Joker

1 September 2017 9:50 AM, PDT | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

Remember the rumor that Inception was really a secret Dark Knight sequel with Leonardo DiCaprio playing the Riddler? Later we learned Warner Bros. actually did want the actor for the role in the actual later sequel, The Dark Knight Rises. Well, now the studio is back to similar wishes, as The Hollywood Reporter claims they want DiCaprio for their recently announced Joker movie.  With the Dark Knight Rises hopes, Warner Bros. had the potential influence of...

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This Cat's Markings Are Going to Blow Your Furry Mind

31 August 2017 1:13 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

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— ねこやん (@tatuya01) August 29, 2017

Many of you are familiar with the Christopher Nolan film Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Ellen Page. It’s all about dreams inside dreams inside dreams (I think).

This is a lot like that, except it’s just a single cat photo instead of a 2 hour and 28 minute movie. Time to prepare yourself for … Cat-ception.

Stare into the back of this kitty’s coat. What do you see? Why, it’s another cat. It’s a cat in a cat! It looks like it has its own tail and everything. »

- Kelli Bender

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[Media] - "Flatliners " Character posters

30 August 2017 6:09 PM, PDT | www.ohmygore.com/ | See recent OhMyGore news »

Sony Pictures has debuted five new "Flatliners" character posters ! Opening in North America on September 29, the new "Flatliners" movie stars Academy Award nominee Ellen Page ("Inception", "Into The Forest", "X-men: Days Of Future Past"), Diego Luna ("Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", "Elysium"), Keifer Sutherland ("Melancholia", "Mirrors", "Flatliners" the original one), Nina Dobrev ("The Vampire Diaries", "The Roommate"), James Norton ("Black Mirror") and Kiersey Clemens ("Justice League"). "Flatliners" is being helmed by Niels Arden Oplev, (original Swedish version of "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo"). The film boasts a screenplay from "Source Code" writer Ben Ripley. The original "Flatliners", released in 1990, was directed by Joel Schumacher. Starring Keifer Sutherland, »

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‘Hellboy’ Whitewashing Controversy: 5 Japanese Actors Who Could Take on the Embattled Role

29 August 2017 9:03 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Early last week, white British actor Ed Skrein joined the cast of Neil Marshall’s upcoming “Hellboy” reboot, a casting choice that was immediately derided for its whitewashing of Skrein’s character, a Japanese-American Marine named Ben Daimio (whose family tree includes no less than a famous Japanese spy and war criminal, who also appears in the John Arcudi and Mike Mignola comic book series). In short order, Skrein did something wholly remarkable: he dropped out of the project after learning about Daimio’s heritage.

Read More:‘Hellboy’ Whitewashing: Ed Skrein Steps Down From Playing Japanese-American Comic Character

In an official statement, the actor made it clear that he believed the choice was what was “right,” noting that portraying the part in “a culturally accurate way” was clearly important for audiences (Skrein also pointed to his own “mixed heritage” family in the statement, which you can read here). In a »

- Kate Erbland

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10 Things We Learned From Summer Movie Season 2017

29 August 2017 7:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Every summer movie season has its highlights and low points – but from a commercial perspective, this year's edition was mostly just bleak. The final numbers aren't in yet, but 2017 is projected to be the lowest-grossing summer since 2006. (For perspective: That was the year that the Cars and Pirates of the Caribbean franchises first launched.) Sure, people still spend tons of money at the multiplex – the final box office tally is estimated to be around $3.8 billion. But, with a few major exceptions, there simply weren't the breakout, must-see event movies and »

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Dunkirk Fights Past $400 Million at the Box Office Worldwide

27 August 2017 3:24 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Christopher Nolan has become the rarest of rare things in Hollywood. There are auteur filmmakers out there, but it is tough for them to find success at the box office. Especially with mass appeal blockbusters. With Dunkirk, Nolan has proved that he can make a truly artistic, uncompromising auteur film and it will make bank at the box office as well. Case in point, Dunkirk has officially crossed the $400 million mark at the worldwide box office.

According to Box Office Mojo, with what Dunkirk was able to add to its already impressive total at the box office this weekend, the WWII epic has now grossed $412 million at the box office. The movie is still performing well domestically, coming in sixth place this weekend, adding another $3.9 million to its domestic total, which stands at $172.4 million. Even in a movie without Batman, without complicated dream heists and without even a whole lot of dialogue, »

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