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Every Movie and TV Show Leaving Netflix in April

As much as I hate to even be typing these words, the time has come: Netflix is getting rid of a bunch of our favorite movies and TV shows in April. That means you only have a limited time to verse yourself in Jim Carrey's one-liners in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, or find out the mind-melting twist at the end of The Prestige. All is not lost, though! Plenty of fresh titles are being added in their place, which kind of makes up for it, right? See everything that's leaving Netflix when April arrives, below.

Related: Stock Up on Popcorn, Because Here's Every Binge-Able Title Coming to Netflix in April April 1

30 Days of Night

88 Minutes

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

American Pie

American Pie 2

Apollo 13


Batman & Robin

Batman Forever

Batman Returns


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cool Runnings

Death Sentence

Dolphin Tale

Eagle vs.
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Horror Highlights: Nosferatu Lecture at The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies in London, Frank Henenlotter Retrospective Screenings, Telluride Horror Show 2018

One of my favorite silent films (featuring the iconic vampire Count Orlok), F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu (1922) will be the subject of a special restoration lecture on April 19th in London courtesy of The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on retrospective screenings of Frank Henenlotter's films in Brooklyn, as well as an exciting announcement from the 2018 Telluride Horror Show.

The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies' Nosferatu Lecture: "The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies - London Presents: A Restoration Of ‘Nosferatu’ (1922) at The Horse Hospital April 19th!

The Miskatonic Institute Horror Studies - London welcomes Watchmaker Films founder Mark Rance to discuss the process and importance of film restoration while putting a spotlight on his challenging work on the Nosferatu release.

This show-and-tell lecture will illustrate many of the issues encountered and (with varying degrees of success) resolved in a digital restoration of Murnau’s Nosferatu.
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Big B, Kamal, Mani Ratnam, Srk and Aamir to share dais with Christopher Nolan?

Cinema The director of ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘Inception’ will be in Mumbai to take part in an event to preserve celluloid film in the digital age.Digital NativeIt has already been reported that the Hollywood director Christopher Nolan would be in India to take part in an event that would be on the preservation of celluloid film in the current digital era. Well, it is now almost confirmed that the Bollywood icon, Amitabh Bachchan would be hosting the event titled ‘Reframing the Future of Film’ at the Tata Theatre in Mumbai. The exact dates of this event is yet to be announced. This is one of the biggest film-related events that is going to happen in to the country with almost all the top stars, filmmakers and technicians agreeing to grace the occasion. Reports are that director Mani Ratnam, actors Kamal Haasan, Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Shyam Benegal, Santosh Sivan, Anurag Kashyap, Farhan Akhtar, and others will be attending this event. Christopher Nolan, an aclaimed English-American director, producer, and screenwriter, has directed ten feature films and four short films. His career as a feature film director began with the 1998 directorial Following. He then went on to direct movies such as Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and Dunkirk. His last film release, Dunkirk, starred Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D'Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance and Tom Hardy. The film was made on a budget of $100 million and went on to collect $525.6 million worldwide. Christopher Nolan has won several awards in his career including Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award, the Board of the Governors Award, the Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award, Visionary Award, the Writers Guild of America Award for the Best Original Screenplay for Inception, the African-American Film Critics Association for Best Picture for The Dark Knight. (Content provided by Digital Native)
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Here’s What Leaving Netflix in April 2018

Netflix has announced the titles it will be adding in April 2018, which means we also have to say good-bye to a handful of titles next month as well. The service is losing some noteworthy titles including Apollo 13, Batman, Batman Returns, Caddyshack, Cool Runnings, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Eagle vs. Shark, John Mulaney: New in Town, Never Let Me Go, Small Soldiers, The Shawshank Redemption, The Prestige, and Exit Through the Gift Shop. If you had these movies on your list for a while, perhaps bump them up to the top so you can check them out before …
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2018 Oscars: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ would be the first cinematography champ to defeat a Best Picture-nominated film in 12 years

After wins this weekend at the American Society of Cinematographers and BAFTA, “Blade Runner 2049” appears to be well-positioned for the Oscars. Nothing is a sure thing with hard-luck 13-time loser Roger Deakins, but if he pulls this out, this would be the first time in 12 years that a non-Best Picture nominee beat a Best Picture nominee for Best Cinematography.

The last film to do this was “Memoirs of a Geisha” (2005), which edged out Best Picture nominees “Brokeback Mountain” and “Good Night, and Good Luck,” and non-Best Picture contenders “Batman Begins” and “The New World.” The following year’s Best Cinematography field was comprised entirely of non-Best Picture nominees — “Pan’s Labyrinth” beat “The Black Dahlia,” “Children of Men,” “The Illusionist” and “The Prestige” — so that is the last time a non-Best Picture nominee won the category. Since then, every cinematography champ has vied for the top award.

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Ethan Hawke to Play Nikola Tesla in Biopic

Ethan Hawke has been tapped to play the part of Nikola Tesla in a new biopic about the Serbia-born inventor that created such a buzz during his lifetime. If you’ve watched The Current War or The Prestige you’ll have likely seen Nicholas Hoult and the late David Bowie play their own versions of Tesla as well. While each man was convincing and played the part with a very dignified air that spoke highly of the real life character it remains to be seen if Hawke can do this same. He’s a well-established actor after all and has been seen in

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Ethan Hawke Is Nikola Tesla in New Biopic

A proper Tesla movie is on the way with Ethan Hawke on board to play the famed inventor. The movie is being pitched by Millenium Media to buyers at the European Film Market, which kicks off this week in Berlin, Germany. The creative team is in place and, assuming Millenium can generate interest in the project at the event, we're going to see a true biopic about Nikola Tesla in the not-too-distant future. Though, this is far from the first time that the Serbian-American figure has been portrayed on screen in recent years.

Most recently, Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men: Days of Future Post) played Nikola Tesla in The Current War, which was released last year but didn't make much of an impact. The movie features Benedict Cumberbatch as Thomas Edison and Michael Shannon as George Westinghouse and documents the war that determined who's electrical system would power the future.
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Ethan Hawke is Set to Play Nikola Tesla in Upcoming Biopic

There's a such a fascinating and tragic history behind the life of electricity pioneer and inventor Nikola Tesla. I've been fascinated with this guy since I first learned about him sometime during my teen years. It seems crazy that there hasn't been a proper film made about this man, but it seems like that's all going to change with the biopic Tesla.

According to THR, Ethan Hawke is set to take on the role of Tesla and I think he's a solid choice. Tesla has previously been played by Nicholas Hoult (The Current War) and David Bowie (The Prestige).

The film will be written directed by Michael Almereyda, who previously worked with Hawke on the films Hamlet and Cymbeline. He also worked on the 2017 sci-fi film Marjorie Prime.

The film is sais to "chronicle the life and times of the famed Serbia-born inventor, including his creation of the AC motor
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Ethan Hawke to play Nikola Tesla in biopic

Tony Sokol Feb 13, 2018

Nikola Tesla put the AC into DC and Ethan Hawke will put a man behind the science in upcoming biopic Tesla.

Real-life scientist Nikola Tesla was best known as Thomas Edison’s main rival, developing alternating current (AC) electricity to Edison’s direct current. But he was also a master showman. Ethan Hawke will be playing the Serbian-American inventor in an upcoming biopic Tesla, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Tesla was an electrical and mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist. He was played by David Bowie in the film The Prestige and Nicholas Hoult in The Current War.

Tesla will be written and directed by Michael Almereyda (Marjorie Prime, Experimenter, Escapes), who worked with Hawke on the films Hamlet and Cymbelie.

The film will follow Tesla’s life and career, from the invention of the AC motor, through his relationship with J.P. Morgan’s daughter, Anne. Both
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Ethan Hawke to Play Nikola Tesla in Biopic

Ethan Hawke to Play Nikola Tesla in Biopic
Ethan Hawke is looking set to follow the likes of Nicholas Hoult (The Current War) and David Bowie (The Prestige) by playing electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla

Tesla, currently in development and being introduced to buyers by Millennium Media at the European Film Market, which launches this week in Berlin, would also see Hawke reunited with writer-director Michael Almereyda, with whom he worked on both Hamlet and Cymbeline.

The script was actually the first written by Almereyda, but he updated it while making 2017 sci-fi Marjorie Prime.

The biopic, being produced by Passage Pictures and Campbell Grobman Films, will chronicle the life and times of...
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Christopher Nolan greatest films: All 9 movies ranked worst to best include ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Inception’

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Christopher Nolan greatest films: All 9 movies ranked worst to best include ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Inception’
One of the most anticipated films of 2017 was Christopher Nolan‘s “Dunkirk,” a World War II epic that is nothing like others that the acclaimed auteur has ever attempted before. With a cast that included Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy and One Direction’s Harry Styles, “Dunkirk” received glowing notices from many American film critics, placing it squarely in the race for the 2018 Oscars.

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Nolan has previously been nominated for three Academy Awards — Original Screenplay for “Memento” (2001); Best Picture and Original Screenplay for “Inception” (2010). None of the Oscar bids have been for directing, though, until his 2018 effort for “Dunkirk.” He has also received many other nominations: four Golden Globe Awards, three Directors Guild Awards, and two Writers Guild Awards, winning once for writing “Inception.” This film “Dunkirk” being an all-stops-out WWII epic
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Rebecca Hall Bio: In Her Own Words – Video Exclusive, News, Photos

Rebecca Maria Hall (born May 3, 1982; age: 35) is a British-American actress. She is best know for her roles in the films The Prestige (2006), Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008), Frost/Nixon (2008), The Town (2010), Iron Man 3 (2013) and The Gift (2015). Hall also starred in the films Transcendence (2014) and The Awakening (2011). Rebecca Hall Bio: Age, Early Life Hall was born in London to English stage director and Royal Shakespeare […]

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Honesty: the magic trick at the heart of The Prestige

Guy Buckland Jan 26, 2018

With spoilers, a few thoughts on Christopher Nolan's underrated The Prestige, and the trick within it...

It goes without saying, but The Prestige is very much spoiled in this article for those that have yet to sample its delights.

An early effort from writer/director Christopher Nolan, and – dare I say – a criminally under-appreciated one, The Prestige is a film that richly rewards multiple re-watches.

Unfairly thought of by some at the time as a stylish ‘twist’ movie in the vein of early Shyamalan, such a description does the film a great disservice. For while there are certainly mysteries to unwrap upon first viewing, watching through it again armed with foreknowledge does so much more than tickle the 'oh, so that’s why so-and-so did such-and-such' part of your brain. In fact, you could argue that you only truly understand the characters, their motivations and the emotional journeys they take,
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10+ Years Later: The Prestige, Christopher Nolan's Most Knotty Work

"In my travels, I have seen the future... And it is a strange future indeed. The world, ladies and gentleman, is on the brink of new, terrifying possibilities." This is how Robert Angier, introduces his magic act, 'The Real Transported Man' - by cloaking it in the guise of science. Later, it is revealed that he is actually obfuscating science in the semblance of a stage illusion and yet is also hiding it in plain sight (note the use of the word ‘real’). Devotion to ones endeavours is at the core of The Prestige, Christopher Nolan’s densest, most delightful film, and unpacking its many themes, a just past the decade mark of its release (it was released in the fall of 2006 sandwiched in...

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The Dark Knight returning to theaters for 10th anniversary

2018 marks the tenth anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece The Dark Knight, and Showcase Cinemas has announced that it will celebrate the occasion by giving fans in the north east of the United States the opportunity to revisit the middle chapter of The Dark Knight Trilogy on the big screen.

On February 8th and 11th, Showcase will screen the film, which is widely regarded to be one of – if not the – greatest comic book movie of all time, and sees Christian Bale’s Batman going up against The Joker, played of course by the late Heath Ledger in an Oscar-winning turn.

Meanwhile, home theater fans will also be able to pick up The Dark Knight in glorious 4K later this year, as Warner Bros. releases the full Dark Knight Trilogy – along with Dunkirk, Inception, Interstellar and The Prestige – in the Ultra HD format.

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Christian Bale on ‘Terminator Salvation’: “I’ve Got Enormous Regrets”

Christian Bale is perhaps one of this generation’s best actors. Pretty much every project that attaches Bale immediately adds a certain level of quality. For most of the actor’s career this has remained true, spite for a few misfires here or there. Although it’s been nearly ten years since it’s release in 2009, ‘Terminator: Salvation‘ remains a black mark on what is an illustrious career up to this point. Although it is certainly not a terrible performance by any means, there is a great feeling that Bale is simply miscast in the role of John Connor.

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the McG (The Babysitter) directed film for what it is, but perhaps the most memorable thing about ‘Terminator: Salvation‘ is Christian Bale’s epic rant that infamously leaked from the set of the film. But in a recent interview with Happy Sad Confused Podcast
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Christian Bale took Terminator Salvation role out of spite after being told not to do so

Christian Bale has revealed his thought process behind taking the role of John Conner in Terminator Salvation, saying he did so partly out of spite.

2009’s Terminator Salvation was perhaps best known for Christian Bale’s infamous on set rant and for not performing particularly well with audiences.

Bale has now revealed on the Happy Sad Confused podcast (via Indiewire) that he had once rejected the part multiple times after souring on the project due to the Writer’s Strike.

“I said ‘no’ three times. I thought that the franchise – I went, ‘Nah, there’s no story there.’ I’d seen the first one and enjoyed that back in England, I’d been to the movies and seen the second one. It was an unfortunate series of events involving the Writers Strike, involving Jonah Nolan, who was able to come on and really start to write a wonderful script and
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Christian Bale Did Terminator: Salvation Out of Spite, Regrets It

Christian Bale Did Terminator: Salvation Out of Spite, Regrets It
Terminator Salvation wasn't bad enough that it killed the franchise. But it never got a sequel, with the series instead rebooted to include more Arnold Schwarzenegger. Terminator Salvation was the fourth movie in the saga, and it picked up in the future as John Connor became the leader that was prophesied in the early movies. It was supposed to set up a trilogy that never happened. And star Christian Bale is probably grateful for that. As he looks at the movie as one of his biggest career regrets.

The actor recently admitted that he took on the role simply out of spite, and it blew up in his face. He wanted the movie to go well from the moment he stepped on set. But it became apparent that wasn't going to happen. In a recent interview, Bale discusses what went wrong with Terminator Salvation, and why it's considered a stain on his resume.
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11 of David Bowie’s Most Iconic Film and TV Roles (Videos)

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11 of David Bowie’s Most Iconic Film and TV Roles (Videos)
From “Labyrinth” to “The Prestige,” David Bowie’s onscreen roles added another dimension to a legendary career. “The Man Who Fell to Earth” Bowie’s first leading role was in 1976’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth” as an alien who comes to Earth to bring water back to his home planet. Bowie later admitted he was abusing cocaine while filming the movie. “The Hunger” Starring alongside Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon, Bowie played a vampire in the 1983 cult classic “The Hunger.” “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence” An adaptation of the Laurens van der Post novel “The Seed and the Sower,
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Amazon Offers Huge Savings On The Dark Knight 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray

Although many superhero movies have graced the silver screen since The Dark Knight Trilogy concluded its run back in 2012, it could be argued that very few to follow have laid claim to having the same cultural impact or have garnered as much praise. Really, in addition to Batman Begins being the film that put the reboot concept on the map, it, and the trilogy as a whole, showed that comic book flicks were capable of doing much more than just selling toys – they could tell stories as rich and as layered as what can be found in the source material itself.

Of course, much of the credit goes to the man who oversaw the whole thing, that being director Christopher Nolan. Sure, there are probably other auteurs in Hollywood who are also fans of the Caped Crusader, but it took the right filmmaker at the right time to breathe new life into the genre.
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