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It's been 15 years since The Perks of Being a Wallflower was first published, but the fact that it's still relevant is a testament to how moving, heartwarming, and ultimately life-changing it can be. The film adaptation hit theaters just two years ago, and while it did the book wonderful justice, there's just something about the words that's impossible to capture on screen. We've made pinnable graphics of 10 exquisite, emotional quotes from the book, so read on to remember just how much they tugged at your heartstrings. »
The Duff has released its first trailer.
Based on the novel by Kody Keplinger, it centres around Bianca, who is horrified to be told that she is her friends' 'Duff' - the 'designated ugly fat friend'.
She enlists a school jock to help her ditch the unwanted label.
The Duff will open in the Us on February 19, 2015. A UK release date is yet to be announced. »
AFI Fest 2014 presented by Audi today announced this year’s Jury and Audience Awards for features and short films included in the festivals New Auteur and Shorts programs. The New Auteurs section highlights first and second-time feature film directors and the Shorts selections represent diverse and varied international perspectives. Grand Jury Awards were presented to Self Made (Boreg), which received the New Auteurs Critics’ Award, and to The Tribe (Plemya), which received the Vizio Visionary Special Jury Award. Buffalo Juggalos by Scott Cummings received the Live Action Short Award, and Yearbook by Bernardo Britto received the Animated Short Award. Special Jury Award winners went to GÜEROS and Violet. Red Army, GÜEROS, 10,000 Km and The Midnight Swim received Audience Awards.
Select award-winning films will screen again today at the Chinese 6 Theatres. Admission is available to AFI Fest 2014 pass holders and the general public via the rush line, which begins forming one »
- Michelle McCue
Margaret and Anne Marie here, reporting from AFI Fest ("presented by [corporation]!").
Last night the AFI and the La Times kicked off a series of panel discussions with its "Young Hollywood Roundtable," whose panelists ranged widely in age and perspective but are all of whom making their mark on the movie business. Jenny Slate, writer/star of critical hit Obvious Child and former SNL castmember, was joined by Jena Malone (Inherent Vice, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay), Logan Lerman (Fury, The Perks of Being a Wallflower), and Joey King (Wish I Was Here, FX's Fargo).
Here are 8 lessons we learned from the Young Hollywood Roundtable:
1. Queen Latifah's royal legacy is enduring and eternal. When asked who her inspiration was, Joey King informed the audience that Queen Latifah is underrated. What followed was a 5 minute Latifah love-fest where Jenny Slate promised a detailed list of reasons why Queen Latifah »
- Margaret de Larios
Daniel Radcliffe stars in Horns, a nightmarish tale adapted from Joe Hill’s book of same name. One of the immediate changes to the film from page to screen has a deep impact on the story, and it is the transition of Radcliffe’s character – Ig Perrish – from being a student to a professional DJ.
As a result the soundtrack deeply mirrors both Ig’s past and his actions within the film.
One of the very first scenes, in fact, is scored by David Bowie’s iconic track, “Heroes”. Ig picks the LP out of a wall full of record spines, drops the needle and is immediately transported back to the life he enjoyed with his since-murdered girlfriend, Merrin (Juno Temple).
The rest of the musical cues for the first half of the film are familiar, if not slightly clichéd choices. “Heroes” is 36 years old and one of Bowie’s best loved tracks, »
- Shane McNeil
Warner Bros Pictures and DC Comics recently released their full slate of upcoming comic book movies through the year 2020. Outside of Justice League and Wonder Woman, two other announcements really stood out. The Flash and Aquaman will be getting their own films in 2018. With The Flash TV show just premiering to great numbers it makes sense to bring that character to the cineplexes. Well DC has other ideas about who will be playing The Flash.
Along with the announcement of the film, it was announced that The Flash would be played by Ezra Miller. The young actor is best known for his roles in We Need to Talk About Kevin and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Critics have praised his performance in both films and he is looking like a standout star of this generation. Well that wasn’t enough for comic book fans.
- Max Covill
American author Abbi Glines is showing a lot of faith in neophyte Australian producer/writer Gary O.Toole.
Glines has just sold an option on her novel While It Lasts to O.Toole, who recently launched production banner Red Rock Pictures after splitting with his producing partner at Three Kings Pictures.
O.Toole was alerted to the novel in 2013 by young Aussie actor Addam Bramich, who was keen to get the rights as he saw the project as a potential starring vehicle for himself.
At the time the novel was in The New York Times young adult best-seller list behind The Fault in our Stars, The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Divergent. The producer initiated negotiations with the Alabama-based author and her New York agent and clinched the deal overnight.
.Abbi has taken a punt on us,. O.Toole told If. .I don.t think she wanted the rights »
- Don Groves
Earlier today, it was announced that The Conjuring director James Wan had officially signed on for the horror film’s sequel, which was recently delayed and is now slated for release in 2016. However, buried in that news story was a little hint pointing toward another project on Wan’s slate: A DC Comics film.
Wan’s Conjuring 2 directing gig comes with a nice producing deal at New Line Cinema, but Warner Brothers is interested in keeping him behind the camera for as long as possible. They see him as “an emerging major filmmaker” and they hope he will grow in that capacity on their lot. So, what better way to keep Wan around for a bit longer than hand him the reins to one of the recently-announced high profile comic book films slated for release between 2016 and 2020?
The director will reportedly “make an important movie for New Line and Warner Bros or DC. »
- James Garcia
The response to Ezra Miller being cast as The Flash has been vocal to say the least. Some fans believe he's completely wrong for the role due to the fact he shares very few similarities with the Barry Allen from the comic books, while others would have preferred to see the small scren Flash (Grant Gustin) get the chance to speed onto the big screen. The casting appeared to come out of nowhere, though Miller's physical similarities to Adam Driver (who was said to be up for the role of Nightwing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before picking Star Wars Episode VII) could mean that the actor playing The Fastest Man Alive was being decided on long before we even realised! Anyone who has seen The Perks of Being a Wallflower or We Need to Talk About Kevin will know that Miller is an incredible actor, and there's »
Which seems to be yet another controversial casting decision, as Ezra Miller will be portraying Barry Allen/The Flash on the big screen. I'm going to state my reasonings as to why I support him in the role. He's A Talented Actor I'm not familiar with Ezra Miller, so surely Warner Bros saw something in him to end up nabbing the role as Barry Allen/The Flash. Particularly looking at his roles in The Perks of Being A Wallflower and We Need To Talk About Kevin, meaning he's incredibly talented no doubt. I'll be sure to watch those films at some point, in order to get an idea what he'll be like as Barry. I Like The Casting.. Simply Because It's Different I don't expect everyone to like this choice, I get that. But for me this is interesting, seeing similarities in reaction to Jesse Eisenberg being cast as Lex »
Source: Paramount Pictures You don't have to be a student to get some good advice from one of the best film genres of all time: high school movies. Clueless's Cher Horowitz has plenty of wisdom to impart, and there's something to learn from every member of The Breakfast Club. Whether you're in school now or it's been years since you've picked up a mechanical pencil, you could certainly benefit from these 12 important lessons from The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Heathers, and more great high school films. 1. Cleverly craft a classy look. Source: Paramount Pictures If there's one thing that Clueless taught me, it's that you should look as good up close as you do from across the classroom. 2. Be nice to everyone, because you never know who might grow up to be famous. Source: Universal Pictures Even the guy with a bagel tucked in his pants (Sean "Spicoli" Penn »
David Ayer's "Fury" rumbles into theaters today. We've talked to Ayer, we've talked to composer Steven Price and now, one of the stand-outs from the cast, Logan Lerman. Lerman has been carving an interesting path for himself ever since he started in this business as a young boy. He debuted alongside Mel Gibson in 2000's "The Patriot," though most probably sat up and took notice in TV's "Jack & Bobby" or James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma" remake. He's dabbled in franchise ("Percy Jackson") and sparked on the indie scene ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower"). This year he's in a pair of epic productions from Ayer and Darren Aronofsky ("Noah"). In "Fury," his character is very much the eyes through which the audience experiences the world of the film and he's a great anchor throughout. In "Noah," meanwhile, he's paired with Russell Crowe again after working with him in »
- Kristopher Tapley
Brad Pitt is the marquee name in Fury - but he's not the only reason to go see it. David Ayer (End of Watch) directed the WWII drama about a five-man tank unit carrying out a dangerous mission on enemy territory, and it's not for the faint of heart. From the very first scene, Fury shows the extreme brutality of war. Likewise, Pitt's character, ominously nicknamed "Wardaddy," hands out his own style of punishment. He's a highlight of the film, but there's so much more to this movie that will captivate you. If you're thinking about seeing it, you absolutely should. Here's why. The chemistry between the actors is palpable. The movie opens with the loss of a member of Wardaddy's five-man team. He and his men (Michael Peña, Jon Bernthal, and Shia Labeouf) have been fighting together for years, and their group dynamic shifts when a young new soldier »
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's six children played a large role in their parents' recent wedding - after all, it was the kids who urged them to get married and even penned the couple's vows. So how are Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and 6-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox enjoying their mom and dad being husband and wife? "They like it," Pitt told People at the world premiere of his new movie Fury in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, pausing thoughtfully and smiling. "They like it." Pitt spent time with members of the military, including retired WWII veterans, at the patriotic premiere. »
- Rennie Dyball, @renniedyball
Warner Bros. held a shareholder meeting Wednesday morning in which they revealed their lineup of tentpole, franchise films up through the year 2020, including DC Comics adaptations of The Flash, Aquaman and Wonder Woman, several previously announced Lego movies and “at least” a trilogy of movies based on J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff novel, “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.”
Here’s the full slate of movies through 2020, via Variety:
Lego’s Ninjago, (2016) Charlie Bean directs. Suicide Squad directed by David Ayer (2016) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) David Yates directs with Jk Rowling making her screenwriting debut. Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot (2017) The Lego Batman Movie (2017) Chris McKay directs. Justice League Part One directed by Zack Snyder, with Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Amy Adams confirmed to reprise their roles (2017) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 (2018) The Flash starring Ezra Miller (2018) Aquaman starring Jason Momoa (2018) The Lego Movie »
- Brian Welk
Today, Warner Bros. officially laid down the gauntlet to Marvel as they announced and named a whole bunch of movies which they’re intending to release all of the way up to 2020. The list of films obviously contain quite a few DC titles, and the big news to come out of the announcement, made by Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara at the Time Warner Investor Day, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, was that a movie based on The Flash is set for 2018, starring Ezra Miller (The Perks Of Being A Wallflower), and Jason Momoa will officially play Aquaman in a stand-alone film in the same year.
Before all of that though, the WB will release Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and David Ayer’s Suicide Squad in 2016, a solo Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot in 2017 and Justice League: Part One in the same year, which will be directed by Zack Snyder. »
- Paul Heath
Following the huge news from Marvel Studios this week, with Robert Downey Jr. set to join the cast of Captain America 3, kicking off a Civil War adaptation, Warner Bros. has now dropped its own piece of massive DC movie news, revealing its full line-up of superhero offerings set to follow Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!
And that’s not all, as it has also been revealed that Ezra Miller (We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Perks of Being a Wallflower) has been cast as the big screen version of The Flash, while Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones, Conan the Barbarian) has finally been confirmed as Aquaman.
Here’s the full schedule of DC movies slated to arrive between 2016 and 2020:
- Gary Collinson
Just one small part of Warner Bros.' massive announcement today that laid out their DC Comics movie slate was the news that Ezra Miller will play Barry Allen in The Flash, debuting in 2018. The actor will likely have a cameo appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where the entire Justice League team will presumably be revealed for the first time.
The Flash doesn't have a writer or director attached at this time, but it will occupy one of two 2018 release dates (March 23, 2018 or July 27, 2018) that Warner Bros. set in August, with Jason Momoa's Aquaman movie taking the other slot. Ironically, the news comes just one week after The Flash TV series debuted on The CW, starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, but the show will have no connection to this burgeoning movie universe.
Not to be overshadowed by Marvel’s big Captain America 3 / Iron Man / Civil War rumour action earlier this week, Warner Bros. and DC have gone ahead and slapped a big, fat slab of news down on the table with a release date binge for films including Wonder Woman and Suicide Squad. They have also finally given confirmation that Jason Momoa has been cast as Aquaman and revealed that The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’s Ezra Miller will be The Flash.Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes took the opportunity to liven up an otherwise staid shareholder earnings meeting to drop word about Miller’s casting along with the other details.The Flash – which will not be related to the just-launched Us TV drama, where Grant Gustin plays the speedy character – will find Miller as Barry Allen, who awakens from a coma to discover that he now has super-speed. He »
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Warner Bros. is currently holding a big shareholder meeting today, and during the meeting the studio revealed some big release date information for their slate of upcoming DC superhero movies. Thanks to Ben Fritz of the Wall Street Journal, we have learned the following details that includes information about Suicide Squad, Justice League 2; Aquaman; Cyborg; a new standalone Superman movie; a standalone Batman movie, and a Green Lantern reboot. They also revealed the actor who will be playing The Flash in a standalone film. Here are all of the details we know so far:
"First DC movie after Batman vs Superman will be Suicide Squad."
"Wonder Woman movie coming in 2017!"
"2nd DC movie in 2017: Justice League"
"Other DC movies in the works: Cyborg, »
- Joey Paur
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