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John Landis talks 'An American Werewolf in London' at Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights

25 September 2013 6:59 PM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

The crown jewel of Universal Studio's Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 23 seems to be their haunted maze based on "An American Werewolf in London." The horror classic is a movie the creative team has been trying to base a maze on for years, and now that's it's happened it's with the input of director John Landis.

To celebrate the event's opening, Landis spoke with a few members of the media to discuss the maze and what makes it so special. "I've watched people go through and it's very fun to watch them scream," he says. After months of plotting out the attraction, and working with the creators behind it, the scares have almost become a science.

Unfortunately, most who go through are so scared, they miss out on things because they're to busy running away, screaming. "What I find frustrating is they speed up," he jokes. "I mean, they went to so much trouble. »

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Interview: 'Touchy Feely' Star Rosemarie DeWitt On Reverse Character Arcs, Gil Kenan's 'Poltergeist' Remake & More

3 September 2013 9:08 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

A last-minute casting switch may have led actress Rosemarie DeWitt to Lynn Shelton’s fourth feature “Your Sister’s Sister,” co-starring Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass, but the gamble paid off tremendously — so much so that Shelton envisioned DeWitt specifically when it came to writing her follow-up, “Touchy Feely.” Following Abby, a massage therapist who develops a repulsion to skin on the eve of moving in with her boyfriend (Scoot McNairy), the drama premiered at Sundance this past year (our review here), and boasts a great cast including Allison Janney, Josh Pais, Ellen Page, and Ron Livingston. The film also marks a return for Shelton back to her experimental beginnings as a director, embracing a sensual approach that puts the viewer inside Abby’s mind as she struggles to pinpoint her problems. It’s a challenge that DeWitt matches wonderfully in a standout performance — no surprise to viewers of her »

- Charlie Schmidlin

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Slackery News Tidbits: August 12, 2013

12 August 2013 8:00 AM, PDT | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »

Here's the latest Austin and Texas film news.

The Austin Film Society announced the three jurors who will determine the recipients of this year's $116,000 Afs Grant, formerly the Texas Filmmakers' Production Fund. Jacqueline Lyanga, director of the L.A.-based American Film Institute Fest; filmmaker Ry Russo-Young, whose latest feature Nobody Walks won a special grand jury prize at last year's Sundance Film Festival; and 2010 Guggenheim Fellow Matt Wolf, who was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine, will be in charge of selecting the recipients of the funds, which can be used toward production, post-production and distribution of independent films. Renaissance man Ron Deutsch announced that he will teach his 20th Chef du Cinema class on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Central Market North. Students will learn to prepare a three-course menu inspired by the Oscar-nominated film, O, Brother, Where Art Thou? The adventure-comedy will be »

- Jordan Gass-Poore'

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Rosemarie DeWitt in Talks to Lead Poltergeist Remake; Topher Grace May Join Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar

23 July 2013 12:47 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The Poltergeist remake may have found its leading lady.  Deadline reports that Mad Men and Promised Land actress Rosemarie DeWitt “is the choice” to lead the supernatural redo.  Gil Kenan (Monster House) is directing from a script by David Lindsay-Abaire (Oz the Great and Powerful), and Sam Raimi is onboard to produce the film, which is based on Tobe Hooper’s classic 1982 horror film.  The remake is officially described as “a revisionist take” on Hooper’s film, that centers on “a family struggling to make ends meet that relocates to an outdated suburban home and is confronted by an angry spirit who kidnaps their youngest daughter and challenges them to band together to rescue her from the clutches of evil.” Hit the jump for more, including yet another casting addition for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. DeWitt has been doing solid work for years, having appeared on United States of Tara »

- Adam Chitwood

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Bravo Orders a Drama Series Script from 'City Island' Director Raymond De Felitta

16 July 2013 8:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

After years of "Real Housewives" and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," Bravo seems to be making a few small steps back towards its roots as a network known for dramas and an indie sensibility. The network's been bulking up the scripted series it has in development -- there's a TV adaptation of "Heathers," the supernatural drama "Witch Hunt" from "Nobody Walks" director Ry Russo-Young and playwright Dorothy Fortenberry, and there's "Fortune," a modern day take on Charles Dickens' "Bleak House" from another playwright, Theresa Rebeck (the creator of "Smash").  And now, according to Deadline, the network has ordered an hourlong drama script from filmmaker Raymond De Felitta, who was nominated for a short film Oscar in 1991 and whose most recent features have been the 2012 doc "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story" and the family drama "City Island," which premiered at Tribeca in 2009. The potential series, which comes via Warner Horizon Television, »

- Alison Willmore

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Bravo Orders a Drama Series Script from 'City Island' Director Raymond De Felitta

16 July 2013 8:08 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After years of "Real Housewives" and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," Bravo seems to be making a few small steps back towards its roots as a network known for dramas and an indie sensibility. The network's been bulking up the scripted series it has in development -- there's a TV adaptation of "Heathers," the supernatural drama "Witch Hunt" from "Nobody Walks" director Ry Russo-Young and playwright Dorothy Fortenberry, and there's "Fortune," a modern day take on Charles Dickens' "Bleak House" from another playwright, Theresa Rebeck (the creator of "Smash").  And now, according to Deadline, the network has ordered an hourlong drama script from filmmaker Raymond De Felitta, who was nominated for a short film Oscar in 1991 and whose most recent features have been the 2012 doc "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story" and the family drama "City Island," which premiered at Tribeca in 2009. The potential series, which comes via Warner Horizon Television, »

- Alison Willmore

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Olivia Colman: 'It's slightly scary, the tall poppy syndrome. It could all go wrong'

7 July 2013 4:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

With Run, a bleak new TV series, about to start, the actor talks about playing downtrodden women, messing up on stage and being called 'divinely gifted' by Meryl Streep

Olivia Colman is insufferable. We've been sitting for an hour on the balcony of the Ritzy cinema in south London and she's given me nothing but unremitting cheeriness. Doesn't she realise I need dirt, self-disgust and something really vile about working with Rose Byrne on I Give it a Year and/or Bill Murray on Hyde Park on the Hudson? She's even managed to be positive about the view. "Look at those gorgeous trees," she says of the espalliered Parisian-style Brixton avenue below. "How do they make those trees square?" Vigorous and regular pruning, no doubt, I reply glumly. "Lovely aren't they, though," she says, with that sunny smile that bewitched viewers when she won two Baftas in May.

She's been »

- Stuart Jeffries

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Olivia Colman: 'It's slightly scary, the tall poppy syndrome. It could all go wrong'

7 July 2013 4:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

With Run, a bleak new TV series, about to start, the actor talks about playing downtrodden women, messing up on stage and being called 'divinely gifted' by Meryl Streep

Olivia Colman is insufferable. We've been sitting for an hour on the balcony of the Ritzy cinema in south London and she's given me nothing but unremitting cheeriness. Doesn't she realise I need dirt, self-disgust and something really vile about working with Rose Byrne on I Give it a Year and/or Bill Murray on Hyde Park on the Hudson? She's even managed to be positive about the view. "Look at those gorgeous trees," she says of the espalliered Parisian-style Brixton avenue below. "How do they make those trees square?" Vigorous and regular pruning, no doubt, I reply glumly. "Lovely aren't they, though," she says, with that sunny smile that bewitched viewers when she won two Baftas in May.

She's been »

- Stuart Jeffries

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jennifer Lopez Among 276 New Academy Members for 2013

4 July 2013 3:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed its 276-member-strong class of 2013.

The list, published by The Hollywood Reporter, includes actors, cinematographers, designers, directors, documentarians, executives, film editors, makeup artists and hairstylists, "members-at-large," musicians, producers, PR folks, short filmmakers and animators, sound technicians, visual effects artists, and writers.

Jason Bateman, Rosario Dawson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Milla Jovovich, Lucy Liu, Jennifer Lopez, Emily Mortimer, Sandra Oh, Jason Schwartzman, and Michael Peña are among the roster of actors, while "The Heat" and "Bridesmaids" helmer Paul Feig made the directors' cut.

"We did not change our criteria at all," says Academy president Hawk Koch of this year's larger-than-usual class. "Yes, this year there is a tremendous amount of women, a tremendous amount of people of color, people from all walks of life. This year, we asked the branches to look at everybody who wasn't in the Academy but who deserved to be. »

- Laura Larson

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Class of 2013: 276 New Members Invited to Join the Academy

28 June 2013 12:10 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today the 276 members of the entertainment industry invited to join organization. The list includes actors, directors, documentarians, executives, film editors, producers and more. Of those listed below, those who accept the invitations will be the only additions to the Academy's membership in 2013. "These individuals are among the best filmmakers working in the industry today," said Academy President Hawk Koch in a press release. "Their talent and creativity have captured the imagination of audiences worldwide, and I am proud to welcome each of them to the Academy." Koch also told Variety, "In the past eight or nine years, each branch could only bring in X amount of members. There were people each branch would have liked to get in but couldn't. We asked them to be more inclusive of the best of the best, and each branch was excited, because they got »

- Brad Brevet

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Academy adds record number of new members

28 June 2013 11:59 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

The Academy just added 276 Oscar voters.

That’s 100 more than last year, and part of an easing of a longstanding cap on the number of new members allowed to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences each year.

AMPAS usually adds between 130 and 180 new members, replacing those who have quit or passed away. The membership now stands around 6,000.

Jason Bateman, Jennifer Lopez, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emmanuelle Riva, and Chris Tucker are among the actors who have been invited to join, the organization announced today.

Other interesting additions: the musician Prince, Girls and Tiny Furniture writer/director/actress Lena Dunham, »

- Anthony Breznican

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276 Receive Membership Invites From The Academy

28 June 2013 11:28 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is extending invitations to join the organization to 276 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures. Those who accept the invitations will be the only additions to the Academy’s membership in 2013.

“These individuals are among the best filmmakers working in the industry today,” said Academy President Hawk Koch. “Their talent and creativity have captured the imagination of audiences worldwide, and I am proud to welcome each of them to the Academy.”

The 2013 invitees are:

Actors

Jason Bateman – “Up in the Air,” “Juno

Miriam Colon – “City of Hope,” “Scarface

Rosario Dawson – “Rent,” “Frank Miller’s Sin City

Kimberly Elise – “For Colored Girls,” “Beloved

Joseph Gordon-Levitt – “Lincoln,” “The Dark Knight Rises

Charles Grodin – “Midnight Run,” “The Heartbreak Kid

Rebecca Hall – “Iron Man 3,” “The Town

Lance Henriksen – “Aliens,” “The Terminator

Jack Huston – “Not Fade Away,” “Factory Girl

Milla Jovovich – “Resident Evil, »

- Michelle McCue

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Film Academy Invites 276 New Members

28 June 2013 11:11 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ava DuVernay and Paul Feig are among the 276 new members invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

The total of new invitees is exactly 100 more than were tapped in 2012. Total membership in the Academy numbers more than 6,000.

“We’re very proud,” Academy prexy Hawk Koch told Variety. “The difference this year is we relaxed the quota system. In the past eight or nine years, each branch could only bring in X amount of members. There were people each branch would have liked to get in but couldn’t. We asked them to be more inclusive of the best of the best, and each branch was excited, because they got to bring in the people who should be in the branch.”

Koch said that in particular, visual effects and documentary were among the branches with the biggest gains, reflecting their intense recent growth.

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- Jon Weisman

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Contest: Celebrate Our Third Year Anniversary

28 June 2013 3:09 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It’s that time of year again, folks. We’re turning three years old this week and to celebrate, we’re hosting a Massive, and we do mean massive, contest. Thanks to our friends in the industry (listed at the end of this post) we’ve amassed a nice collection of prizes to give away to some lucky readers.

Here’s what we have to offer:

Despicable Me 2 Monopoly Indiana Jones Hat and Whip Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Recording Pen Jack Reacher Long Sleeve T-Shirt This Is The End T-Shirt Skyfall T-shirt After Earth T-shirt Ted Blu-Ray Les Miserables Blu-Ray This Is 40 Blu-Ray Mama Blu-Ray Pitch Perfect Blu-Ray Death Race 3 Blu-Ray The Bourne Legacy Blu-Ray A Haunted House Blu-Ray End of Watch Blu-Ray Identity Thief Blu-Ray Escape From Planet Earth Blu-Ray Magic City Season 1 Blu-Ray Top Gun 3D Blu-Ray Transformers: Dark of the Moon Blu-Ray Quartet Blu-Ray The »

- Matt Joseph

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First trailer for Breathe In reunites Like Crazy director and actress

27 June 2013 9:40 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Drake Doremus' refreshingly honest 2011 anti-romance Like Crazy signalled that a new voice was on the scene and ensured that his follow-up would be watched closely. The first trailer for his newest movie, Breathe In, just dropped and he again chose the luminous Felicity Jones as his leading lady, although this time she's a pretty young point in a love triangle between married man Keith (Guy Pearce) and his wife Megan (Amy Ryan, welcome back!) when she starts rooming at their house as an exchange student from the UK.

Although the premise is decidedly familiar, it is especially reminiscent of last year's indie Nobody Walks, with Doremus as the director and co-writer and Jones in the other woman role we're sure this one will rise above the well-trod premise.

Check out the trailer after the jump. »

- Andrea Miller

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“The Dark Place” Lead To Direct First Feature

10 June 2013 12:55 AM, PDT | doorQ.com | See recent doorQ.com news »

Fresh off his starring role in The Dark Place, actor / writer Blaise Embry will next step behind the camera for his feature directing debut, helming his script In The Shadows of the Rainbow for BrambleArch Pictures.

In the shadows of the Rainbow is an unnerving ensemble family drama following the intersecting lives of a rural community in the wooded canyons and sunny mountain tops of Big Sur, California.

BrambleArch is the the avant-garde production company behind Another Stupid Day and the upcoming naturalistic musical The Amateur. The company is made up of partners Lauren Schneider (Red White & Blue) Tara Jane (formerly of production companies Strawdogs and Partizan), Lee Doud (Californication) and Embry..

The team’s first short film, Another Stupid Day, a dark coming-of-age story directed and starring Blaise, is currently playing the festival circuit.  They are currently in post-production with the naturalistic musical feature The Amateur, starring Nick Gomez (Looper, »

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Listen To An Exclusive Track From Fall On Your Sword's Score To Wikileaks Doc 'We Steal Secrets'

17 May 2013 7:15 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

We've had our ears on composer duo Fall On Your Sword for a while now. The duo have become some of the most in-demand musicians in the indie world over the last few years, thanks to the works on "Another Earth," "Nobody Walks," "Lola Versus" and "28 Hotel Rooms," among others, and we named them as one of our 5 Composers On The Rise earlier this year. Which means that we're delighted to this morning be exclusively debuting a new track from the pair's score to "We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks," the latest film Oscar-winning "Taxi To The Dark Side" director Alex Gibney. The film, which sees Gibney delve into the story of Julian Assange, and his principal source Bradley Manning, won rave reviews at Sundance, and is hitting theaters on Friday May 24th, while Fall On The Sword's soundtrack is released the Tuesday before, on May 21st. If the track below, »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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Glenn Close, Frank Langella And Bérénice Marlohe Join Cast Of Romantic Comedy 5 To 7

1 May 2013 3:01 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs), Oscar nominee Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon), Bérénice Marlohe (Skyfall), Lambert Wilson (Of Gods And Men) and Olivia Thirlby (Juno) have joined the cast of Mockingbird Pictures and Demarest Films’ 5 To 7 alongside the previously announced Anton Yelchin (Star Trek Into Darkness). The film, set to start shooting in May in New York, is written and will be directed by Victor Levin (AMC’s “Mad Men”).

5 to 7 is being produced and co-financed by Sam Englebardt and William D. Johnson of Demarest Films, and by Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn of Mockingbird Pictures with their investor group as executive producers. The film is co-executive produced by Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel of The Solution Entertainment Group, which is handling international sales and will represent the film at the Cannes Film Market. CAA and Wme are co-representing the U.S. rights.

5 To 7 is set in New York, »

- Michelle McCue

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Watch: Trailer For 'Dead Man's Burden' Showcases The Gorgeous Cinematography & Violence Of This Slow Burner Classic Western

5 April 2013 1:43 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Today brings the debut of the trailer for the western "Dead Man's Burden," directed by first-time director Jared Moshé and starring Barlow Jacobs, David Call ("Tiny Furniture," "Nobody Walks") and "Nashville" ingenue Clare Bowen. We caught the film at the Los Angeles Film Festival last year, and found the classic throwback western tale of family drama, violence and intrigue to be "moody, violent, classic, yet modern," and hailed its stunning 35 mm photography of the American Southwest.  The trailer showcases all of those aspects and doesn't shy away from emphasizing the many gunshots that ring out during this family tragedy that is "a meditation on morality, survival, and the sometimes tenuous ties that bind families together," as we noted in our review. The gorgeous cinematography is also on display as well as the intense performances by the three leads. It's a slow burner of a western that ripples with tension and »

- Katie Walsh

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Bravo Goes On 'Witch Hunt' With 'Nobody Walks' Director Ry Russo-Young

28 March 2013 12:09 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Ry Russo-Young walked away from the 2012 Sundance Festival with a Jury Prize for “Nobody Walks,” a feature she both wrote and directed, capping a string of relatively successful indie features. She starred in and co-wrote Joe Swanberg’s “Hannah Takes the Stairs,” wrote, directed and edited “Orphans,” and wrote, directed, edited and produced 2009’s “You Won’t Miss Me”…there’s no doubting the talents of this young filmmaker. Well, flash-forward just over a year and Russo-Young looks to be benefitting from that Sundance success. Bravo have put a supernatural drama project into development which was written by Russo-Young and playwright Dorothy Fortenberry. “Witch Hunt” will be set in a reimagined New York City and will follow a single mother who lands a job at a leading cosmetics company only to discover that the company is actually just a cover for a coven of witches. That’s sadly all we know about it so far, »

- Joe Cunningham

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