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  • 'Whiplash' Wins Grand Prize and Audience Nods At Deauville

    DEAUVILLE, France- Damien Chazelle's Sundance hit "Whiplash" won the Grand Prize and Audience nod at the 40th Deauville film festival which wrapped on Saturday night with a gala ceremony. Reese Witherspoon starrer "The Good Lie" snatched up the Jury...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Reach'

    Judging by Michael Douglas' presence as producer and star, "The Reach" must have been some sort of passion project for the aging Hollywood icon. Well, as Pascal observed, the heart has its reasons -- which, in Douglas' case, remain impenetrable at the end...
  • Antoine Fuqua, Denzel Washington reteam for 'The Equalizer'

    Antoine Fuqua, Denzel Washington reteam for 'The Equalizer'
    A pair of 50-pound dumbbells rested on the ground outside of Antoine Fuqua's trailer on the set of "The Equalizer," which was filming at an abandoned Lowe's hardware store several miles outside of Boston. It would be easy to assume they were there for...
  • Descubierto un antiguo reptil volador al que bautizan como "Avatar"

    Descubierto un antiguo reptil volador al que bautizan como "Avatar"
    Algunas de las secuencias más abrumadoras visualmente en el éxito cinematográfico del director James Cameron "Avatar" eran las de unas gráciles criaturas voladoras que eran conducidas por seres azules parecidos a los humanos que se enfrentaban a la...
  • 'The Chair': A crash course in indie filmmaking

    'The Chair': A crash course in indie filmmaking
    Reality TV these days is no longer just a comforting block of Velveeta sitting on your DVR. It has strapped on a Mexican wrestling mask and peacocks its ridiculousness around the ring. So it's refreshing when a series does its best to cut down on the...
  • Lions Gate CEO Jon Feltheimer to get Producers Guild's Milestone Award

    Lions Gate CEO Jon Feltheimer to get Producers Guild's Milestone Award
    It's been a good year for Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Chief Executive Jon Feltheimer. The head of the Santa Monica movie and TV studio reaped dramatically higher compensation because of a new long-term contract that he signed in May 2013. The...
  • 'Terminator' Sequels to be Released in 2017, 2018

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Paramount Pictures is amping up its rebooted "Terminator" franchise, dating two sequels to "Terminator: Genisys," which opens July 1. The studio has dated "Terminator 2" for May 19, 2017, and "Terminator 3" on June 29, 2018....
  • Toronto: FilmNation Beefs Up With Ben Browning

    Aiming to grow its slate, FilmNation Entertainment has hired veteran producer Ben Browning as co-president of production and acquisitions. The hire was announced at the Toronto Film Festival. Browning will relocate from New York to Los Angeles to join...
  • Santa Barbara Property Prices Up 12% In 5 Years

    For those eager to escape the smog and congestion of the City of Angels -- and the stifling SoCal temperatures during the height of summer -- there's no easier getaway than Santa Barbara. This verdant beachside community along the historic El Camino...
  • ‘Sin City': Rodriguez, Miller talk noir yarns, not social commentary

     
    When director Robert Rodriguez and legendary comic-book author Frank Miller released their movie “Sin City” in 2005, they had few […]...
  • Good fun is now a key plot point

    Good fun is now a key plot point
    "Storytelling," Hanna Arendt once wrote, "reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it." Some American filmmakers, though, may be taking Arendt's dictum a little too much to heart. One of the cinematic sensations of the summer is...
  • Success? That's not expendable

    Success? That's not expendable
    Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin Benedikt's tale about becoming Hollywood screenwriters could be a feature-length script. He worked as vice president of a financial services firm in suburban Philadelphia, locating missing heirs and lost shareholders for...