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Get Out Producer Jason Blum on Jordan Peele’s Directorial Debut

56 minutes ago | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

There are few producers who have had the overwhelming success of Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions from their early days turning Oren Peli’s low-budget Paranormal Activity into a hugely profitable franchise, followed by the equally successful Insidious and The Purge movies. Jason Blum also has an Oscar nomination notched onto his career belt for his involvement in getting Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-nominated Whiplash made, and Blumhouse were involved with bringing Jem and the Holograms to movie theaters. (Sorry, but I actually kind of liked it, even though it bombed… big time.)

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out will be the third time Blumhouse has worked with an actor making their transition into directing, as Jason Blum handled the same duties on Joel Edgerton’s The Gift and Leigh Whannell’s Insidious: Chapter 3 a few years back.

Get Out is a very different movie in which Daniel Kaluuya »

- Edward Douglas

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Poster and trailer for 1 Mile to You starring Billy Crudup, Graham Rogers and Liana Liberato

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Gravitas Ventures has released a poster and trailer Leif Tilden’s upcoming romantic drama 1 Mile to You. Based on Jeremy Jackson’s novel Life at These Speeds, the film stars Billy Crudup, Graham Rogers, Liana Liberato, Stefanie Scott, Melanie Lynskey, Peter Coyote, and Tim Roth; take a look below…

When a teenager (Graham Rogers, “Quantico”) loses his once-in-a-lifetime girlfriend (Stefanie Scott, “Jem and the Holograms”) in a tragic accident, he finds that running keeps him connected to her during his ‘runner’s high’ moments. Chasing her memory drives him to run faster, and to win for his new coach (Billy Crudup, “20th Century Women”). Before long, however, his newfound notoriety attracts the attention of a whip-smart new girl (Liana Liberato, “If I Stay”) who is determined to find out what’s really going on inside him. Soon, he finds himself caught between keeping the past alive and making new memories in the present. »

- Amie Cranswick

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Super Bowl 2017: Lady Gaga Makes High-Energy Case for a One-Woman Halftime Show

5 February 2017 5:33 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ga-ga, oh la la. Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show did not disappoint, unfurling appropriately enough after a startling first half that saw the Atlanta Falcons besting the New England Patriots 21-0, and that was hardly the only big surprise Super Bowl Li had up its (very, very sequined) sleeves.

In the weeks leading up to the big game — and its halftime spectacular — rumors persisted that Gaga would be suspended from the roof of Houston’s Nrg Stadium, that she would make a political statement, that she wouldn’t make a political statement, that she wouldn’t be joined by special guests and would play out the show entirely herself.

Read More: Super Bowl 2017: From Puppy Bowl to Harry Potter, Here’s What Else to Watch During the Big Game

Gaga kicked off her show in patriotic style, singing Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” before moving smoothly »

- Kate Erbland

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Super Bowl 2017: Lady Gaga Makes High-Energy Case for a One-Woman Halftime Show

5 February 2017 5:33 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Ga-ga, oh la la. Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show did not disappoint, unfurling appropriately enough after a startling first half that saw the Atlanta Falcons besting the New England Patriots 21-0, and that was hardly the only big surprise Super Bowl Li had up its (very, very sequined) sleeves.

In the weeks leading up to the big game — and its halftime spectacular — rumors persisted that Gaga would be suspended from the roof of Houston’s Nrg Stadium, that she would make a political statement, that she wouldn’t make a political statement, that she wouldn’t be joined by special guests and would play out the show entirely herself.

Read More: Super Bowl 2017: From Puppy Bowl to Harry Potter, Here’s What Else to Watch During the Big Game

Gaga kicked off her show in patriotic style, singing Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” before moving smoothly »

- Kate Erbland

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D.J. Caruso’s Original Pitch For G.I. Joe 3 Teed Up A Transformers Crossover

18 January 2017 3:04 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Despite G.I. Joe: Retaliation improving on its predecessor in every which way – story-wise and financially – Paramount’s gleefully over-the-top action franchise has since been placed on ice to accommodate Dwayne Johnson’s stacked schedule. xXx: Return of Xander Cage‘s D.J. Caruso was once in negotiations to helm a potential third installment in lieu of Jon M. Chu, who parted ways with the series to direct Jem and the Holograms at Blumhouse – and we all know how that one turned out.

But when G.I. Joe 3 was still in the mix two years ago, Caruso’s original pitch involved a crossover with Michael Bay’s Transformers, another of Paramount’s live-action juggernauts that will return later this year in the form of The Last Knight. Before touching base on that wildly ambitious concept, Caruso reflected on the moment when the G.I. Joe franchise ground to a temporary halt.

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- Michael Briers

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Destroy All Monsters: Jem And The Holograms, A Weird Experiment With Fan Engagement

4 January 2017 7:00 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Let's start with a couple of caveats: 1) Jem and the Holograms, the 2015 adaptation of the Hasbro toy line and cartoon series directed by Jon M. Chu, is terrible; 2) I sort of adore it. I don't like it in any of the "underappreciated good movie" ways or even the "so bad it's good" ways. Honestly: Jem is atrocious filmmaking. It's miscast: Aubrey Peeples can carry most of her scenes but can't cry-act to save her life, and has to cry-act maybe ten times in the needlessly cry-acty motion picture. It's misconceived: the Misfits are left for a Nick Fury stinger in the end credits, leaving Jerrica's crushing self-identity issues as the film's only real "villain." It's also misguided: the film seems underwritten and...

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