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Unreleased Bruce Springsteen, Tom Morello, Donovan Songs Lead Appleseed Recordings Comp

Unreleased Bruce Springsteen, Tom Morello, Donovan Songs Lead Appleseed Recordings Comp
Unreleased cover songs by Bruce Springsteen, Tom Morello, Donovan and Tim Robbins highlight the massive compilation celebrating the 21st anniversary of protest music label Appleseed Recordings.

In addition to Springsteen’s take on “We Shall Overcome,” Appleseed’s 21st Anniversary: Roots and Branches exclusively features the rocker’s rendition of the Pete Seeger folk classic “If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song).” Morello contributes his version of AC/DC’s “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,” while Donovan covers Joan Baez’s “Wild Mountain Thyme.”

John Wesley Harding, John Stewart,
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Restored 4K ‘Mephisto’ Print to Open Budapest Classics Film Marathon

Restored 4K ‘Mephisto’ Print to Open Budapest Classics Film Marathon
A newly restored 4K digital print of István Szabó’s Oscar-winning “Mephisto” will be among the European classics screening as part of the 2nd Budapest Classics Film Marathon, which runs Sept. 4-9. Claudia Cardinale, Klaus Maria Brandauer and Jean-Marc Barr will be among the event’s guests.

The first Marathon ran in November 2017, attracting more than 5,000 people over three days. This year’s edition, which runs over six days and includes the screening of more than 60 films, kicks off with an all-day workshop and conference on digital restoration and film in education, attended by the directors of European film archives. The restored “Mephisto” will screen on the opening evening, attended by Szabó, Brandauer and Lajos Koltai.

György Ráduly, director of the Hungarian National Film Archive, said in a statement: “The aim is to show, in a novel and interesting way, valuable, recently restored classical films that represent a part of
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Restored 4K ‘Mephisto’ Print to Open Budapest Classics Film Marathon

  • Variety
Restored 4K ‘Mephisto’ Print to Open Budapest Classics Film Marathon
A newly restored 4K digital print of István Szabó’s Oscar-winning “Mephisto” will be among the European classics screening as part of the 2nd Budapest Classics Film Marathon, which runs Sept. 4-9. Claudia Cardinale, Klaus Maria Brandauer and Jean-Marc Barr will be among the event’s guests.

The first Marathon ran in November 2017, attracting more than 5,000 people over three days. This year’s edition, which runs over six days and includes the screening of more than 60 films, kicks off with an all-day workshop and conference on digital restoration and film in education, attended by the directors of European film archives. The restored “Mephisto” will screen on the opening evening, attended by Szabó, Brandauer and Lajos Koltai.

György Ráduly, director of the Hungarian National Film Archive, said in a statement: “The aim is to show, in a novel and interesting way, valuable, recently restored classical films that represent a part of
See full article at Variety »

Michelle Yeoh Discusses The Universal Appeal Of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

Based on Kevin Kwan’s international bestseller, Crazy Rich Asians centers on Rachel, an Asian American who travels to Singapore to meet her boyfriend Nick’s (Henry Golding) wealthy family. Michelle Yeoh, whose credits include Supercop and Danny Boyle’s underrated Sunshine, co-stars as Eleanor, Nick’s overprotective mother.

“Because it talks about love and family,” said Yeoh. “It’s something [...]

The post Michelle Yeoh Discusses The Universal Appeal Of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ appeared first on Hollywood Outbreak.
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Australian Psychological Thriller ‘Safe Harbour’ Heads To Hulu

  • Deadline
Critically praised Australian series Safe Harbour is set to make its U.S. debut on Hulu. As part of a deal with NBCUniversal Television and New Media Distribution, the four-part event drama will debut August 24 on Hulu.

Safe Harbour tells the story of five Australians on a yachting holiday from Darwin to Indonesia, whose idyllic vacation takes a disastrous turn when they come across a broken-down fishing boat, full of desperate asylum seekers. The Australians decide to help, towing the refugees, but when they wake the next morning the fishing boat is gone. Five years later they meet some of the refugees again and learn the truth. Someone cut the rope between the two boats and, as a result, seven people died when the fishing boat sank. The revelation drives a wedge of mistrust between the Australians, as they grapple with protecting themselves and doing the right thing. The refugees
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50 Movies on Netflix That Are Way Better Than Sandy Shorts and a Sunburn

Going to the beach is fun and all - but so is binge-watching Netflix movies all day. Though you won't get any good pics to post on Instagram from doing it, Netflix has so many incredible movies available to stream right now that we honestly might take a vacation just to watch them all. Whether you like intense documentaries, feel-good comedies, or '80s cult classics, Netflix offers something for every movie enthusiast. Sunshine is overrated - grab a friend and spend a lazy weekend in making your way through as many of these insanely good movies as you can instead.

Related: If You Can't Get Enough Royal Romance, Check Out These Netflix Movies
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50 Movies on Netflix That Are Way Better Than Sandy Shorts and a Sunburn

  • Popsugar
Going to the beach is fun and all - but so is binge-watching Netflix movies all day. Though you won't get any good pics to post on Instagram from doing it, Netflix has so many incredible movies available to stream right now that we honestly might take a vacation just to watch them all. Whether you like intense documentaries, feel-good comedies, or '80s cult classics, Netflix offers something for every movie enthusiast. Sunshine is overrated - grab a friend and spend a lazy weekend in making your way through as many of these insanely good movies as you can instead.

Related: If You Can't Get Enough Royal Romance, Check Out These Netflix Movies
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Full-Length ‘Nightflyers’ Trailer Teases Syfy’s George R.R. Martin Adaptation

Syfy has officially released the trailer for the network's upcoming series Nightflyers. Based on A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin’s 1980 novella of the same name, the series follows eight scientists and a telepath who embark on a mission to the edge of the solar system in the hope of making contact with alien life. Terrifying and violent events begin to take place, testing the loyalties and mental fortitude of those aboard the titular ship. The spooky trailer is reminiscent of films like Sunshine or even Event Horizon. It doesn't give much …
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Danny Boyle finally confirmed to take the helm on Bond 25

After months of speculation, the news has finally been confirmed that Trainspotting and Sunshine man Danny Boyle will direct Bond 25, the next film in the James Bond series.

Boyle’s appointment was only guaranteed if the screenplay he submitted to series producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson impressed the duo. It now seems the pair are more than happy with the result. Boyle had co-written the draft alongside his T2 Trainspotting scribe, John Hodge, who will join him on the Bond team.

Also in the news – John Malkovich will play Poirot alongside Rupert Grint for the BBC’s Agatha Christie adaptation The ABC Murders

Both Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli described Boyle as “exceptionally talented“, they went on to say they were “delighted” to have him on board.

MGM board Charmain (who will be distributing the film in the Us), Kevin Ulrich, said: “We couldn’t be
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Claire Denis on the Emotional Journey of ‘High Life’ and How Filmmaking is Like Murder

Full disclosure: this is not really an interview about Let the Sunshine In. Claire Denis and I met on the day of her new film’s U.S. release, which was, like many cinephiles, on my mind. All the more so because Sunshine has been swimming through parts of the subsoncious since I first saw it nearly seven months back at the New York Film Festival — where I mean to speak with Denis, and finally didn’t on account of her shooting, to our immense fortune, another film: the much-anticipated Robert Pattinson-starrer High Life.

So there many questions about this wondrous, mysterious film had percolated for a long time, and I didn’t get to them — to this interview’s benefit, as I think will soon become clear. Denis is, in her films and both times we’ve spoken, a searching mind, and it’s clear that, a year out from its premiere,
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DJ Avicii Dead at 28

  • TMZ
Avicii -- one of the most famous DJs in the world -- has died.  His rep says Avicii died in the Middle Eastern country of Oman. Details surrounding his death are still unclear.  Avicii's real name is Tim Bergling. He was born in Sweden. His reps issued a statement, "It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii. He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time,
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Avicii’s Biggest Hits (Listen)

  • Variety
Avicii’s Biggest Hits (Listen)
Grammy-nominated Swedish musician, DJ, and record producer Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, died April 20 at 28, leaving behind a legacy of chart-topping music with collaborators such as Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Madonna, and Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.

Avicii began his music career in 2009 as a producer and went on to achieve international stardom, racking up Top 10s on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard Dance/Electronic Chart. He was also nominated for Grammy Awards in 2012 and 2013 for his songs “Sunshine” with David Guetta and “Levels.” He won the American Music Award for favorite electronic dance music artist in 2013.

Listen to some of the biggest hits over his career below.

“Levels”

The dance track released in 2011 was Avicii’s breakout hit. It reached the Top Ten in 15 countries. “Levels” samples Etta James’ “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” and includes her vocals. The video currently has over 300 million views on YouTube.
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Avicii Dies at 28

  • Variety
Avicii Dies at 28
Artist, DJ, and producer Tim Bergling, a.k.a. Avicii, died Friday afternoon in Oman, according to a statement from his rep. He was 28.

“It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” the statement reads. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time. No further statements will be given.”

One of the most popular and successful electronic dance-music artists of all time — he scored a No. 4 hit on the Billboard 200 in 2013 with “Wake Me Up” regularly appeared in the Top 5 of Forbes’ “Highest-Paid DJs” lists — he retired from live performing in 2016 at the peak of his success, citing health reasons. He had suffered from health problems for several years, including acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking.
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‘Annihilation’ Director Alex Garland Speaks Out on Screwing With Genre and Studio Panic Attacks

‘Annihilation’ Director Alex Garland Speaks Out on Screwing With Genre and Studio Panic Attacks
The brainy 47-year-old son of a British political cartoonist, Alex Garland made his name with novels “The Beach” and “The Tesseract” before moving on to a tortuous relationship with Hollywood. After Leonardo DiCaprio starred in Danny Boyle’s movie version of “The Beach” (Fox), Garland turned to screenwriting on two original grim visions of the future for Boyle and Fox Searchlight, zombiefest “28 Days Later” and sci-fi space trip “Sunshine,” both starring Cillian Murphy, followed by 2012 comic-book flop “Dredd” (Lionsgate).

Backed by Focus Features, Garland’s stunning directorial debut “Ex Machina,” a tense sci-fi three-hander starring Oscar Isaac as a genius robot designer, Alicia Vikander as his wily femme bot, and Domnhall Gleeson as the gullible man who falls for her, was inexplicably rejected for theatrical release and was taken on by A24. Focus president Peter Schlessel lost his job when the movie scored $25 million domestic and two Oscar nominations (including
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‘Annihilation’ Director Alex Garland Speaks Out on Screwing With Genre and Studio Panic Attacks

‘Annihilation’ Director Alex Garland Speaks Out on Screwing With Genre and Studio Panic Attacks
The brainy 47-year-old son of a British political cartoonist, Alex Garland made his name with novels “The Beach” and “The Tesseract” before moving on to a tortuous relationship with Hollywood. After Leonardo DiCaprio starred in Danny Boyle’s movie version of “The Beach” (Fox), Garland turned to screenwriting on two original grim visions of the future for Boyle and Fox Searchlight, zombiefest “28 Days Later” and sci-fi space trip “Sunshine,” both starring Cillian Murphy, followed by 2012 comic-book flop “Dredd” (Lionsgate).

Backed by Focus Features, Garland’s stunning directorial debut “Ex Machina,” a tense sci-fi three-hander starring Oscar Isaac as a genius robot designer, Alicia Vikander as his wily femme bot, and Domnhall Gleeson as the gullible man who falls for her, was inexplicably rejected for theatrical release and was taken on by A24. Focus president Peter Schlessel lost his job when the movie scored $25 million domestic and two Oscar nominations (including
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Danny Boyle Confirms He is Directing Daniel Craig's Final James Bond Film

Director Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Sunshine, Slumdog Millionaire) has confirmed that he will be directing the next James Bond film, which will be the final stint for Daniel Craig as James Bond. Boyle was rumored to be wanted for the film a few weeks ago and he talked about the development of the movie during an interview with Metro Us, and said he's working on the script alongside Trainspotting's John Hodge with the script penned by Richard Curtis:

“We are working on a script right now. And it all depends on that really. I am working on a Richard Curtis script at the moment. We hope to start shooting that in 6 or 7 weeks. Then Bond would be right at the end of the year. But we are working on them both right now.

We’ve got an idea, John Hodge, the screenwriter, and I have got this idea, and
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Alex Garland To Deliver FX-Based TV Pilot ‘Devs’

He’s currently wowing Netflix audiences in the UK with his new movie Annihilation, but Alex Garland has already got his sights set on his next project, a new TV pilot named Devs. The planned show, which will go before the cameras later this year with Garland writing and directing the pilot, is based over at FX Networks.

Deadline first reported the news, and added a brief synopsis of what we can expect to their post.

They say that the story will revolve around a young computer engineer named Lily, who investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the disappearance of her boyfriend.

Related: Annihilation review

“Devs is a captivating series from Alex Garland, building on his track record of groundbreaking work that challenges our notion of humanity amid the seemingly boundless promise of technology,” said Eric Schrier,
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Karl Urban Says Alex Garland Actually Directed ‘Dredd’

The 2012 film Dredd was not a major hit at the box office, but the artful comic book adaptation built up a legion of fans and has now taken on something of a cult hit status. The project originated with writer and producer Alex Garland, who started working on the script while in post-production on his Danny Boyle sci-fi film Sunshine, and reports swirled that Garland had a strong hand in bringing the finished version of Dredd to the screen. Well now the film’s star, Karl Urban, has spilled the beans on one of the worst-kept …
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Little Fires Everywhere TV series: Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington sign up

Tony Sokol Mar 4, 2018

A Little Fires Everywhere series, based on Celeste Ng’s bestselling book, is on the way...

“Sometimes you need to scorch everything to the ground, and start over,” Celeste Ng wrote in her best-selling novel Little Fires Everywhere. Other times you just move on to a new role.

Reese Witherspoon, who stars with Nicole Kidman on the HBO series Big Little Lies, will team up with Kerry Washington, whose term on ABC’s Scandal is set to end, in a limited series based on Ng’s book, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show will be written, run and produced by Liz Tigelaar, who ran the Hulu series Casual. The series is sparking a bidding war among premium cable and streaming companies.

Little Fires Everywhere is set in Shaker Heights, the upscale community in Ohio where Ng grew up, in the 1990s. A single mother and her
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Watch: Alex Garland Talks Annihilation at Google

Writer/director Alex Garland recently sat down with Google Sf to discuss his career writing and directing some great films such as 28 Day Later, Ex Machina, Sunshine and Dredd as well as latest film, Annihilation.

Based on Jeff VanderMeer’s best-selling "Southern Reach Trilogy," Annihilation follows a group of soldiers who enter an environmental disaster zone and only one soldier (Oscar Isaac) comes back out alive, though he is grievously injured. In an attempt to save his life, his wife Lena (Natalie Portman), a biologist, voluntee
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