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This 1998 Neil Gaiman short story would make a compelling and timely movie in 2015

9 hours ago | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Short stories often make the best source material for feature films. They offer pitches with a gem of a concept that can be expanded into a more complex story. Fans of the original short story aren’t as prone to get pissed at changes from the book as fans of novels since they can acknowledge that there naturally are alterations when expanding a short story. Glaring omissions due to time constraints aren’t likely to be a problem like they are when adapting 500-page books to two-hour movies. “Brokeback Mountain,” “The Fly,” “Children of the Corn,” “The Absent-Minded Professor,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Total Recall” (and a slew of other Philip K. Dick sci-fi imaginings) started out as short stories. Neil Gaiman’s uniquely enchanting, haunting imagination has inspired a handful of film adaptations, including stop-motion movie “Coraline” and the far-too-much-fun “Stardust,” which starred Robert De Niro and a pre-“DaredevilCharlie Cox. »

- Emily Rome

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Vulture's 2015 Fall Entertainment Generator: 308 Things to Watch, Hear, and Do

23 August 2015 6:05 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

You have a lot to worry about over the next few months: Booking flights for that destination wedding you're attending in two weeks (and deciding if you have to bring a gift or if you attendance is enough). Fantasy football, or the avoidance of it. Finding a good pasta salad for your cousin's Labor Day BBQ. Buying new boots. In time you'll be raking leaves, and not long after that, winterizing your speedboat. The list goes on and on. Point is, you won't be wanting for anxiety this fall. Choosing worthwhile entertainment shouldn't add to it. That's why we dusted off our Fall Entertainment Generator and packed it full of 308 upcoming movies, shows, books, albums, and more. Simply pick a genre (blockbuster, indie, something adventurous, something trashy) and desired vibe (laugh, cry, scared, thrilled, inspired, or feel smart) and the generator will prescribe a bespoke cultural offering. There's no better »

- Vulture Editors

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Video of the Week: Fka twigs - M3LL155X

20 August 2015 7:54 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

British singer, songwriter, producer and dancer Fka twigs has released a brand new Ep entitled M3LL155X (Young Turks), that features five songs, four of which -- "Figure 8", "I'm Your Doll", "In Time", "Glass & Patron" -- are accompanied by a video directed by Fka twigs herself. The four film pieces form one continuous Fka twigs-directed work, cementing who she is as an artist with an aggressive statement conceptualizing the process of feeling pregnant with pain, birthing creativity and liberation. She breathes a quiet but potent energy into every frame. One of the freshest musicians on the scene today.

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Fka Twigs Just Surprise-Dropped Her New Ep With a Brilliant Short Film

13 August 2015 12:56 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

There's no better way to experience a new Fka Twigs song than accompanied with one of her spectacularly strange visual creations. Twigs knows this, so for her third Ep, M3LL155X, she's surprised-released the whole project along with a 16-minute short film she directed. The sequencing goes like this: "Figure 8," I'm Your Doll," "In Time," "Mothercreep," and "Glass & Patron." Most of those songs we've previously heard, with the videos for "Mothercreep" and "Glass & Patron" joint-released back in March (seen at the film's end); she also performed "I'm Your Doll" at her Congregata residency.But it's two of those new songs that provide the film's standout moments: "I'm Your Doll" starts off with Jesse Kanda's abstract fingerprint all over it, but it turns frighteningly literal as Twigs transposes her head onto that of a blow-up doll, completely lifeless as a man appears to rape her to the point of deflation. »

- Dee Lockett

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The Secret ‘Fantastic Four’ Film That No One Was Meant to See

6 August 2015 1:27 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When audiences see 20th Century Fox’s “Fantastic Four” reboot this weekend, they’ll likely assume that it’s the third entry in the cinematic superhero saga. But a new documentary hopes to dispel that myth once and for all.

“Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s The Fantastic Four” reveals the baffling circumstances that led to the filming of an unreleased 1994 feature film starring Marvel’s comic book quartet that was never meant to be seen publicly.

The story goes like this: In late 1992, three years after the success of Tim Burton’s “Batman,” producer Bernd Eichinger approached low-budget filmmaking maestro Roger Corman about making a movie based on the Fantastic Four. Eichinger, the German producer of “The Neverending Story,” had acquired rights to the superhero team’s story and needed to begin production immediately.

In short order, a professional cast and crew was assembled, sets and costumes »

- Matthew Chernov

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Good Kill DVD Review

3 August 2015 6:54 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Andrew Niccol

Cast: Ethan Hawke, Bruce Greenwood, January Jones, Zoë Kravitz

Certificate: 15

Running Time: 102 min

With Andrew Niccol’s (Lord Of War, In Time) focus firmly fixed on the contentious and unfamiliar world of drone pilots, Good Kill reunites the writer-director with his Gattaca star Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister), to evoke concerns about the use of drone technology and morality in war.

Set it the scorched landscape of a Las Vegas airbase, Good Kill follows the life of fighter-pilot turned drone-pilot Major Thomas Egan (Ethan Hawke) as he fights the Taliban via remote control for half of his day, before going home to his wife (January Jones) and kids for the other. Perpetually distant at home and increasingly reliant on alcohol, Egan’s psychological strain only intensifies when his team – led by Lt. Colonel Jack Johns (Bruce Greenwood) – is placed in the hands of new CIA masters, unshackled »

- Mike McCarthy

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Competition: Win ‘Good Kill’ on Blu-ray

1 August 2015 11:36 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

To celebrate the release of Good Kill – on DVD & Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

From the creator of Gattaca and The Truman Show comes a tense and psychological journey into the morality of drone warfare. Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister) stars as a fighter pilot who now battles with Taliban using just a joystick – but is he saving the world or making it worse?

Good Kill is out on DVD and Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015, and stars: Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister, Gattaca); January Jones (X-Men: First Class, TV’s Mad Men); Zoe Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Divergent, X-Men: First Class); and Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, TV’s Mad Men). It is written and directed by Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, The Truman Show, In Time)

Buy here – http://amzn.to/1KmJSz8

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- Phil Wheat

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Giveaway – Win Good Kill on Blu-ray

26 July 2015 2:58 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the release of Good Kill – on DVD & Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

From the creator of Gattaca and The Truman Show comes a tense and psychological journey into the morality of drone warfare. Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister) stars as a fighter pilot who now battles with Taliban using just a joystick – but is he saving the world or making it worse?

Good Kill is out on DVD and Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015, and stars:

Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister, Gattaca)

January Jones (X-Men: First Class, TV’s Mad Men)

Zoe Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Divergent, X-Men: First Class)

Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, TV’s Mad Men)

It is written and directed by:

Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, The Truman Show, In Time)

You can order Good Kill via Amazon here.

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, »

- Gary Collinson

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Amanda Seyfried Was Once Paid Only 10 Percent of Her Male Co-Star's Salary: "We Were Pretty Even in Status"

14 July 2015 10:55 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Jennifer Lawrence is the odd woman out in Hollywood. The Oscar-winning actress will earn a reported $20 million for her role in Passengers, while the sci-fi movie's male lead, Chris Pratt, will earn only a fraction of what Lawrence will make. As Amanda Seyfried tells The Sunday Times, it's rare for a woman to be paid more than (or the same as) her famous male counterpart. "A few years ago, on one of my big-budget films, I found I was being paid 10 percent of what my male co-star was getting," the 29-year-old actress says without identifying the actor or film. "And we were pretty even in status." Seyfried, whose major film credits include Mean Girls, Mamma Mia!, Dear John, In Time, »

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It Follows – The Blu Review

9 July 2015 10:46 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

“It could look like someone you know or it could be a stranger in a crowd. Whatever helps it get close to you.”

A sexually transmitted haunting plagues a Detroit teenager in It Follows, a stylish horror film from director David Robert Mitchell that was released theatrically in March to great acclaim, especially from horror fans. In the wake of sleeping with a handsome stranger, Jay (Maika Monroe) quickly learns that she has inherited a most unusual curse: wherever she goes, lumbering, half-naked phantoms follow, and their singular goal is to see her dead. Desperate, Jay turns to her younger sister and loyal circle of friends to for help. In time, however, Jay learns that her only hope for escaping death is to sleep with someone else, and pass the curse on. But the pursuing phantoms are invisible to Jay’s friends and it soon becomes apparent that her time is running out. »

- Tom Stockman

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Self/less | Review

9 July 2015 9:30 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

The Change-Up: Singh Sleepwalks Through Sci-Fi Stock

Time is not on anyone’s side in director Tarsem Singh’s latest blunder through familiar material, Self/less, a mash-up of recycled sci-fi tropes drained of innovation or potential potency. Issues of class, identity, and health insurance get chugged through the blender of David and Alex Pastor’s script, the directing/screenwriting duo’s foray into the English language. Singh, known for expressively beautiful visuals, presents his most demurely dressed feature to date, though his usual ocular trickery may have offered a slight reprieve from the crushing banality of the laughably conservative moral fable proffered here.

Damian (Ben Kingsley) heads his own self-built empire, but finds he’s been diagnosed with cancer and doesn’t have much longer to live. He has a troubled relationship with his daughter, Claire (Michelle Dockery), but finds he’s not quite ready to call it quits. »

- Nicholas Bell

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Early Concept Art Glimpse at Spielberg's Postponed 'Robopocalypse'

6 July 2015 5:23 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Now what do we have here? A few new bits of robo concept art are floating around for Steven Spielberg's postponed (or delayed/shelved) project Robopocalypse. If you recall, we covered this movie intently for years on the site, as Spielberg was actually hard at work on pre-production and almost started filming. They even had a cast in place and were getting close, but it fell apart right at the last minute. "I found another way to tell the story," Spielberg said in early 2013. In the meantime, artist Patrick Janicke's work has appeared online detailing various robots and robotic interfaces. It's worth a look, though I'm honestly not sure how all this fits into the movie. I guess I just want Spielberg to make more sci-fi again. In time. For now we get this. Here's some of the concept art by Patrick Janicke (website) as posted by Comicbook. »

- Alex Billington

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Andrew Niccol to Write Lionsgate's 'Monopoly' Movie in the Works

1 July 2015 11:06 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Will they finally pass Go and collect $200? It sounds like it will happen this time! Lionsgate has announced officially that they're moving forward on development with a Monopoly movie, the next big franchise being readied based on a Hasbro brand. For years and years we covered development on Ridley Scott's version of a Monopoly movie at Universal, and it seemed like it was getting close to happening at one point. However, this new version doesn't have a director involved just yet. Instead, they say that writer/director Andrew Niccol (of Gattaca, Lord of War, In Time, The Host and Good Kill most recently) will be writing the screenplay. Not directing, just writing. That's the only bit of news other than that this is coming soon. Here's a quote from the news story, via THR, about Andrew Niccol's involvement in the Monopoly movie: "Hasbro is a partner with incredible global reach, »

- Alex Billington

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Lionsgate Lines Up 'Monopoly' Movie with Hasbro and Andrew Niccol Writing

1 July 2015 8:02 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Lionsgate announced this morning they are resurrecting a film adaptation of the board game Monopoly, a project Ridley Scott was attempting to get off the ground for many years to no avail. The studio is teaming with Hasbro on the project and have brought aboard Andrew Nicool (The Truman Show, Gattaca, The Terminal) to write the screenplay, no word yet on whether or not he will also direct. "Hasbro is a partner with incredible global reach, one of the most compelling brand portfolios in the world, and a signature brand in 'Monopoly' that has multigenerational appeal," said Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-President Erik Feig in a press release. "Andrew Niccol is the ultimate world creator responsible for such disparate and imaginative films as The Truman Show, Gattaca and The Terminal. He is an inspired choice to develop this timeless property into a big, crowd-pleasing event film that will appeal to kids, »

- Brad Brevet

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Extending the Window: A Conversation with Ken Jacobs

30 June 2015 5:41 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Ken Jacobs. Photo by María Meseguer.This past June in A Coruña, Spain (S8) 6th Mostra de Cinema Periferico hosted a retrospective of Ken Jacobs. A legend of experimental filmmaking, this New Yorker gave a master-class about the influence of abstract paintings on his work, presented a broad selection of films in his filmography to the audience, and premiered New Paintings by Ken Jacobs (2015), a new film performance using his famous Nervous Magic Lantern, consisting of a series of abstract slides that he projects with a special device of his own creation. The program focused on Jacobs’ first films, close to a kind of Brakhage-like documentary style, the long series he made along with Jack Smith as an actor/performer, and his experiments with 3D, both in film and digital formats. After all these screenings, we had a coffee or two with him and talked about the films in the program. »

- Víctor Paz Morandeira

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Gay Rights and Hollywood Still Have a Long Way to Go

29 June 2015 7:05 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Activist David Mixner stood alone on a theater stage in Los Angeles at the start of this year’s Gay Pride Month, sharing his memories with an audience of friends, political figures and a smattering of celebrities, about the time Ronald Reagan saw the light.

It was 1978, and aides to Reagan, who was on the cusp of launching his presidential campaign, believed he was ready to endorse a California initiative to ban gays and lesbians from teaching in the state’s classrooms, a ballot proposition inspired by the anti-gay crusades of singer Anita Bryant.

Mixner remembered when he and fellow activist Peter Scott landed a secret meeting with Reagan, who was exceedingly charming and willing to listen. Mixner warned the soon-to-be candidate that the initiative would create anarchy: Students could retaliate for a bad grade by accusing their teachers of being gay.

Reagan didn’t immediately reveal what he was going to do, »

- Ted Johnson and Brent Lang

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Gay Rights and Hollywood Still Have a Long Way to Go

29 June 2015 7:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Activist David Mixner stood alone on a theater stage in Los Angeles at the start of this year’s Gay Pride Month, sharing his memories with an audience of friends, political figures and a smattering of celebrities, about the time Ronald Reagan saw the light.

It was 1978, and aides to Reagan, who was on the cusp of launching his presidential campaign, believed he was ready to endorse a California initiative to ban gays and lesbians from teaching in the state’s classrooms, a ballot proposition inspired by the anti-gay crusades of singer Anita Bryant.

Mixner remembered when he and fellow activist Peter Scott landed a secret meeting with Reagan, who was exceedingly charming and willing to listen. Mixner warned the soon-to-be candidate that the initiative would create anarchy: Students could retaliate for a bad grade by accusing their teachers of being gay.

Reagan didn’t immediately reveal what he was going to do, »

- Ted Johnson and Brent Lang

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Television that Home Video Forgot: Journeyman (2007)

27 June 2015 6:30 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Journeyman

Showcase Inventory

Created by Kevin Falls

Produced by Left Coast Productions, 20th Century Fox Television

Aired on NBC for 1 season (13 episodes) from September 24, 2007 – December 19, 2007

Cast

Kevin McKidd as Dan Vasser

Gretchen Egolf as Katie Vasser

Moon Bloodgood as Olivia Beale

Reed Diamond as Jack Vasser

Brian Howe as Hugh Skillen

Charles Henry Wyson as Zack Vasser

Show Premise

Dan Vasser is your average every day newspaper reporter living in San Francisco with a wife and child, both of whom he loves and works hard for. One day Dan finds himself randomly transported through time with no idea of when he is, why he was sent back in time, or what he’s supposed to do. Dan quickly begins to realize that he’s been brought back on a mission to track a person’s life and help them in some way. In time, Dan discovers he has been given »

- Jean Pierre Diez

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5 reasons why The Lost World: Jurassic Park isn’t as bad as you remember

23 June 2015 11:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Simon Columb with 5 reasons why The Lost World: Jurassic Park isn’t as bad as you remember…

You did it. You planned to watch all three Jurassic Park films prior to watching Jurassic World and stalled after the first one.

There are problems with The Lost World: Jurassic Park, sure, but it is crucially a Spielberg film. Not executively-produced, but directed by the bearded cinematic deity himself. But you had to skip it because everyone ‘knows’ how bad it is. Truth be known, I don’t think it is that bad. I don’t see the horrendous train-wreck of a film, many believed it was…

The now-defunct podcast ‘Frankly, My Dear‘ once claimed – and I’m paraphrasing – “The Lost World is so bad that it puts in doubt whether Spielberg actually directed the film and, though people claim it’s only the San Diego bit which is bad, in fact, »

- Simon Columb

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Gwyneth Paltrow Finds Jessica Alba, Blake Lively Lifestyle Brand Comparisons "Misogynistic"

5 June 2015 5:15 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

It's just like, the rules of feminism! Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow said in a new interview that drawing comparisons between her and other actresses like Jessica Alba, Blake Lively, and Reese Witherspoon (all of whom run lifestyle brands) is "slightly misogynistic." In Time's latest issue, the Oscar winner was asked whether she checks out Lively's Preserve or Witherspoon's brand-new Draper James. "This is a very interesting question, because I wonder if George Clooney would be asked about Puff Daddy’s ancillary liquor line," Paltrow replied. "I’m fascinated how [...] »

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