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Playboy Walks Back Ennio Morricone Interview Trashing Quentin Tarantino as a ‘Cretin’

  • The Wrap
Playboy’s German publisher is walking back its defense of a recent article published about Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone, admitting that Morricone’s words were “reproduced incorrectly.”

The magazine apologized to Morricone after he threatened to sue Playboy in a libel lawsuit over the interview that quoted him trashing Quentin Tarantino as a “cretin.”

“Up to now, we have considered the freelancer who conducted the Ennio Morricone interview on our behalf to be a renowned print and radio journalist. In the past, we have had no reason to doubt his journalistic integrity and skills,” Playboy’s German publisher, Hubert Burda Media, said in a statement.

“Based on the information now at our disposal, we must unfortunately assume that the words spoken in the interview have, in part, been reproduced incorrectly. We would like to express our regret should Mr. Morricone have been portrayed in a false light. We are working
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The Grinch Review

Benedict Cumberbatch gives good Grinch.

This is a fact some of us have long suspected, of course. But Illumination Entertainment’s reimagining of Dr Seuss’s Christmas antihero leaves us in no doubt. Only an Englishman trained in the theatrical arts could truly convey the unique mix of resentment, anger, envy and ennui that the most wonderful time of the year inspires. And, though he may deliver his animus in an American drawl, at shrunken heart, The Grinch is every inch the Ebenezer geezer Mr. Dickens imagined.

The Grinch lives in delicious hermitude, in a cavernous cave dwelling perched high above the bustling town of Whoville. Waited upon by his loyal hound Max, The Grinch spends his days luxuriating in his own loneliness; playing Phantom-esque dirges on a magnificent organ and smashing the fa la la la las out of his persistent alarm clock. His number one priority: to shun
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Women of #MeToo Gather for Much-Needed Moment of Healing

Women of #MeToo Gather for Much-Needed Moment of Healing
For the past year, actress Rosanna Arquette has been a leading voice in the #MeToo movement, headlining events, giving interviews and lending her star power to the fight against sexual misconduct in the workplace.

But even though she’s no stranger to accolades, being applauded for her activism by a roaring 1,500 women at the “Power Women Summit” in downtown Los Angeles Friday left her so overwhelmed, she completely blanked out.

“I had a little shutdown,” she told TheWrap almost apologetically. “I kind of went out of my body for minute. I felt really emotional being with the girls.”

Also Read: Hollywood Women Make History at First Power Women Summit: Takeaways and Next Moves

Arquette, who was among the first women to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct last year, was one of more than two dozen #MeToo advocates honored at the event, aimed at achieving gender equity in entertainment and media.
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See Dillon Carmichael’s Retro-Cool ‘Dancing Away With My Heart’ Video

See Dillon Carmichael’s Retro-Cool ‘Dancing Away With My Heart’ Video
Dillon Carmichael may not be a fan of weddings, but it’s only because he’s a hopeless romantic. In the new video for his song “Dancing Away With My Heart,” even the world-weary country rocker comes to believe in second chances.

With its title cards and grainy, vintage vibe, the video — directed by Clay Hassler — feels like a stylistic cross between Pulp Fiction and Goodfellas, minus all the violence. “Dancing Away With My Heart” opens with a disgruntled Carmichael in a phone booth begrudgingly agreeing to do a wedding gig.
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Samuel L. Jackson on His Return to the ‘Unbreakable’ Universe in ‘Glass’

Samuel L. Jackson on His Return to the ‘Unbreakable’ Universe in ‘Glass’
M. Night Shyamalan totally M. Night Shyamalan’d Samuel L. Jackson with the ending of his 2016 comeback hit, Split. Shyamalan told Jackson he needed to set up a screening to see the film, adding, “Call me when it’s over.” Split’s final moments offer one of Shyamalan’s best twists ever (spoiler alert!) when Bruce Willis pops up as his proto-superhero character from 2000’s Unbreakable, thus revealing that Split’s multiple-personality monster (James McAvoy) exists in the same universe as that movie — which, of course, also starred Jackson as Elijah Price,
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Cate Blanchett To Star In ‘Mrs. America’ Limited Series Ordered By FX

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FX has given a nine-episode order to Mrs. America, a timely limited series starring Oscar- and Golden Globe-winning actor Cate Blanchett in her first role on American television. The series hails from Emmy-winning writer Davhi Waller (Mad Men), Oscar-nominated producer Stacey Sher and FX Productions. Blanchett also executive produces Mrs. America with Sher; Waller, who also serves as showrunner; and Coco Francini (The Hateful Eight). Production is scheduled to begin in 2019.

Mrs. America tells the true story of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, and the unexpected backlash led by a conservative woman named Phyllis Schlafly, played by Blanchett. Through the eyes of the women of that era — both Schlafly and second-wave feminists Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Shirley Chisholm, Bella Abzug and Jill Ruckelshaus — the series explores how one of the toughest battlegrounds in the culture wars of the ’70s helped give rise to
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Karl Urban Keeping His Fingers Crossed For Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek

While Star Trek 4 seems to have hit a brick wall, another – and much more surprising – Star Trek film is moving forward instead. As you’ve surely heard, Quentin Tarantino has signed up to direct an R-rated movie set in the Kelvin timeline of the Trek universe, complete with the modern cast.

While this is an intriguing development for fans of the filmmaker, Trek lovers might be somewhat apprehensive about the Pulp Fiction director getting his hands on the beloved sci-fi franchise. I mean, should we expect Samuel L. Jackson to stop by and drop a load of F-bombs? And is Michael Madsen going to chop a Klingon’s ear off?

Those are the questions we still need answers to, but unfortunately, Karl Urban – who’s played Bones since 2009’s Star Trek – isn’t spilling anything. Though not because he doesn’t want to. Rather, he just doesn’t know yet
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Samuel L Jackson Presses Trump on Definition of Terrorism: ‘Can You Say It???!!!!!!’

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Samuel L Jackson Presses Trump on Definition of Terrorism: ‘Can You Say It???!!!!!!’
Samuel L. Jackson channeled his “Pulp Fiction” character Jules Winnfield in a tweet where he reacted to President Trump’s response to the mysterious packages sent to CNN’s New York City office on Wednesday, as well as the residences of the Clintons, the Obamas and George Soros, among others.

Jackson pressed Trump to call the attacks what they are in a way that only the actor could.

Earlier in the day, President Trump issued a statement on the attacks, saying, “In these times, we have to unify. We have to come together and send one very clear, strong and unmistakable message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America.” However, according to The Washington Post, Trump did not respond to a shouted question as to whether the bombs were domestic terrorism.

Also Read: Samuel L. Jackson Loves Viral
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Bruce Dern Home From Hospital, In Good Spirits Following Jogging Accident

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Bruce Dern Home From Hospital, In Good Spirits Following Jogging Accident
Update: Bruce Dern is out of the hospital, in no pain, and eager to get back to work, according to his publicist, Lee Wallman. Earlier reports had Dern hiking in Runyon Canyon, but the accident that briefly hospitalized him turned out to be borne of jogging at the Silver Lake Reservoir. Dern was described as being in “incredibly good spirits” and anxious to get back to work.

Earlier: Actor Bruce Dern has a possible fractured hip suffered while hiking in Los Angeles. The 82-year-old was jogging at Silverlake Reservoir, as he does daily, when it happened. He has been discharged and is in good spirits, we’re told. He’s already looking forward to getting back to work.

Dern just completed filming Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, a role he took over from the late Burt Reynolds. Dern plays rancher George Spahn in the film, a
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John Travolta’s ‘Speed Kills’ Looks Like A Terrible Film, A Sloppy Vr Experience, & Perhaps The Greatest Thing Ever

Remember good John Travolta? I’m talking “Saturday Night Fever,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Grease” (although severely problematic as a film), and “Get Shorty.” The actor, known for his penchant to be a wee-bit over the top, has turned in some incredible Academy Award-nominated work over the course of his 40+ year career. But lately, outside of a strong turn in ‘The People v.

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Link Tank: 20 Facts About Pulp Fiction

Oct 15, 2018

Pulp Fiction, Brazil, Google Play, and more in today's daily Link Tank!

Here are 20 interesting facts about Pulp Fiction

Marvel has fired Star Wars writer Chuck Wendig for expressing his outspoken views on Twitter.

Ant Man and the Wasp director Peyton Reed has revealed clues regarding Avengers 4. 

Local officials in Brazil have called for the removal of a game that mocks far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro.

Northern California has prepared for dangerous fire conditions by turning off electricity for thousands of homes.

There's a new Trojan malware that is mimicking the Google Play Store.

Here are the best beaches in Florida. 
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“An Hour To Kill” is Pulp Fiction Meets Creepshow – Amazon Video Premiere This Month

An Hour To Kill Starring Mel Novak Will Premiere Exclusively On Amazon Video “Feels like a combo platter of George Romero meets Quentin Tarntino.” · Rotten Reelz [Jake Peck] Award-winning filmmaker Aaron K. Carter (Dead Kansas) teams up with legendary cult star Mel Novak

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‘Blue Iguana’ Review

Stars: Sam Rockwell, Ben Schwartz, Phoebe Fox, Peter Ferdinando, Peter Polycarpou, Simon Callow, Frances Barber, Amanda Donohoe, Al Weaver, Glenn Wrage, Robin Hellier, Pedro Lloyd Gardiner, Andre Flynn, Perry Jaques, Anton Saunders, Vic Waghorn, Paul Chan, Martin Muncaster, Jack Silver, Tom Tunney | Written and Directed by Hadi Hajaig

Opening a crime film, an indie crime film for that matter, in a diner only screams to remind audiences of Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, setting a high bar for the film to come. Which, frankly, means your film better live up to that expectation… Thankfully Blue Iguana does.

Blue Iguana, a British-American crime film, tells the story of ex-jailbirds, Eddie (Sam Rockwell) and Paul (Ben Schwartz), who are on parole, working in a New York diner… Eddie is calm and confident, whereas, Paul is loud-mouthed and impulsive. They’re a team, but their lives are at a dead-end. That is, until
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“Bad Times At The El Royale” is overstuffed yet pulpy fun from Drew Goddard

No good film is too long and no bad film is too short. That’s an old saying that does ring true most of the time. That being said, occasionally there are exceptions to the rule. This week, there’s a movie opening that threatens to be that exception. Bad Times at the El Royale is a fun flick, but it’s also way too long. The good outweighs the bad, but with a shaved down running time, this could have been a total blast. Credit where it’s due for getting something unique like this made, so kudos to Drew Goddard, but as much of a fan of his previous work as I am, I couldn’t help wishing that this one had been trimmed down, at least a bit. The film is a mystery/thriller set at the run down El Royale hotel in Lake Tahoe. During one long night,
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Nyff: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Jason Adams reporting from the New York Film Festival

Anthology films always have a bit of an under-cooked quality - you like a chunk of meat here, a chunk of potato there, but the stew's uneven, the broth skinned over from sitting. Even the very best ones can feel haphazard - you can and should certainly argue that Pulp Fiction is an anthology film, albeit one that's po-mo'd up in glorious fashion, but some days you're just not in the mood for Honey Bunny, ya dig?  The Coens' six-part The Ballad of Buster Scruggs maintains that streak - highs, lows, and everything in between, slapped between two fraying book covers...
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How Hulu Horror Anthology ‘Into the Dark: The Body’s’ Tone Ranges From ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘Get Out’

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How Hulu Horror Anthology ‘Into the Dark: The Body’s’ Tone Ranges From ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘Get Out’
When Paul Davis and Paul Fischer initially set out to expand their 2013 short film “The Body” into a feature, they did so on spec, not knowing Blumhouse was going to set a deal with Hulu for a monthly horror anthology series called “Into the Dark.” Although their story — about a hitman who is lugging the corpse of his latest victim on Halloween — lent itself perfectly to the holiday theme Blumhouse was going for and became “Into the Dark’s” premiere piece, there was one big change they wanted to make in the adaptation.

“The hitman, Wilkes, he got away with it in the short — he got pranked by a couple of guys that you thought were police officers, but were actually two guys dressed for Halloween, and they kind of sent him on his way, the joke’s on him, ha ha ha. But in this one, I said to myself,
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Mark Gill, Andrew Gunn, Guy Botham & Vincent Bruzzese Launch Solstice Studios; Teams With Ingenious Media On Theatrical Releases

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Mark Gill, Andrew Gunn, Guy Botham & Vincent Bruzzese Launch Solstice Studios; Teams With Ingenious Media On Theatrical Releases
Exclusive: Mark Gill, Andrew Gunn, Guy Botham and Vincent Bruzzese have teamed to launch Solstice Studios, a Los Angeles-based theatrical producer and distributor that will focus on mid-budget movies for wide release.

The company opens its doors today with $400 million in capitalization, including $150M through Ingenious Media, and will be involved in fully financing, producing, developing, selling internationally and distributing feature films in the U.S. on a wide-release basis. The plan is for Solstice to produce 3-5 movies a year for a global audience in the $30M-$80M range, while acquiring another 2-4 titles a year.

For its productions, Solstice will target movies with global appeal, primarily in the action, thriller and action-comedy space. In the American acquisitions arena, the company will consider any film that merits a wide U.S. release including action, thriller, comedy, romantic comedy, science fiction and horror. Solstice Studios is expected to grow to
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Bad Times at the El Royale Review #2: Worshipping at the Altar of Tarantino

Bad Times at the El Royale Review #2: Worshipping at the Altar of Tarantino
Bad Times at the El Royale is a noir crime thriller cut from the Pulp Fiction mold. The juicy bits are scintillating, but the film runs long in stretches. The loquacious characters chew up the screen with wordy monologues. This tactic is initially clever, then becomes a drag. The mystery is intriguing. It just takes forever to get going.

The story takes place over the course of one night in 1969. The El Royale is a motel divided evenly across the California and Nevada border. Formerly a swinging party venue for crooners, politicians, and criminals, the El Royale has fallen into disrepair after losing its gambling license. Four random strangers check in on the fateful night. Jeff Bridges stars as Father Daniel Flynn, an aging priest with a memory problem. Cynthia Erivo co-stars as Darlene Sweet, a soul singer on her way to Reno. Jon Hamm and Dakota Johnson play supporting
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Horror Highlights: “Illusions of Horror” Experience at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Castlevania TV Series Collectibles, The Shed, Mara, Followed

Madame Tussauds Hollywood's new "Illusions of Horror" experience is opening this month. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Netflix's Castlevania TV series collectibles by Diamond Select Toys, The Shed production details, Mara Blu-ray/DVD release details, and a new trailer for Followed.

New Horror Attraction at Madame Tussauds Hollywood: "Just in time for Halloween, Madame Tussauds Hollywood is excited to launch a New fully immersive and selfie-ready Illusions Of Horror - set to debut this month. Family, friends and wicked minds alike are welcome to delight in delusion and indulge in deception as nightmares come to life!

The world-famous attraction will be transformed into an interactive space, themed with various creepy installations unlike any other - perfect for that epic scary selfie. Guests are invited to pucker up to Dracula, cuddle in a coffin with your mummy, and indulge in Chianti with Hannibal Lector. To add to the fury of fear,
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Uma Thurman in Down A Dark Hall Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital October 16th

Experience the dark powers and supernatural thrills within Blackwood Boarding School when Down a Dark Hall arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD, and Digital October 16 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment.

Experience the dark powers and supernatural thrills within Blackwood Boarding School when Down a Dark Hall arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD, and Digital October 16 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment. This film is currently available On Demand. Based on the best-selling novel by Lois Duncan and produced by the author of The Twilight Saga, this terrifying young adult thriller features an all-star cast including AnnaSophia Robb, Isabelle Fuhrman, and Oscar® nominee Uma Thurman. The Down a Dark Hall Blu-ray and DVD include an all-new featurette and never-before-seen deleted scene and will be available for the suggested retail price of $21.99 and $19.98, respectively.

Kit Gordy (AnnaSophia Robb), a difficult young girl, is sent to the mysterious Blackwood Boarding School when her heated
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