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August 10, 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Superhero Crossover of the Day: Thor and Wonder Woman are such similar movies that it makes sense for their heroes to battle. Alex Luthor imagines the crossover in this fan-made trailer:   Alternate Endings of the Day: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 could have ended in a variety of other ways. Here are a handful of alternatives in funny cartoon fashion:   Custom Build of the Day: Fans of Looney Tunes cartoons would probably love for this fan-made Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner Lego set to be real: #RoadRunner vs Wile E. Coyote #LEGO Build: Beep Beep Zip Bang!: Road Runner… The coyote’s after you… Road Runner,&hellip…Read More

WEST HOLLYWOOD – The final round of Emmy voting begins on Monday which means a number of networks and services are doing some last minute events to champion their contenders. On Thursday night Netflix put on an elegant soiree for “The Crown” at the London Hotel with nominees John Lithgow and Peter Morgan on hand. Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominee Claire Foy and co-star Matt Smith participated in a Q&A with James Corden at the beginning of June so this was chance for Lithgow, in particular, to make his case to the Television Academy and members of the press on hand. Continue reading Peter Morgan On Finding The Future Queen And Ted Sarandos Talks Coen Bros. At ‘The Crown’ Emmy Event at The Playlist.

In a time of constant remakes and reimaginings, it’s nice to see some of them turn out to be quality works. It’s even better when they can be recognized by the original creators as such. A musical adaptation of Groundhog Day has been playing on Broadway for a few months now, and since that time it’s racked up a bunch of Tony Award nominations, among other accolades. Now the star of the 1993 movie, Bill Murray, has seen it twice and is a huge fan. The New York Times has a great report on Murray’s first time seeing the show, on Tuesday night, with co-star and brother Brian Doyle-Murray plus the co-writer of both screen and stage versions, Danny Rubin. He caught the musical, during which he reportedly sobbed, and then afterward his group went backstage to…Read More

Ben Wheatley collaborator Gareth Tunley makes his writer-director debut with this eerie psycho-thriller about a haunted homicide detective. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

After having seen Doug Liman‘s latest film, “The Wall” starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson an John Cena, I couldn’t help, but start thinking about the writer-director’s track record and how great his hits to misses ratio has been so far in his 18 year  career. No small feat,  given the current climate of today’s blockbuster-crazed Hollywood standards, Liman is still delvering his own creative vision on-screen and doing so with limited attention directed towards it. Continue reading Doug Liman Explains His ‘Justice League Dark’ Exit at The Playlist.

Ryan Reynolds tries to convince Samuel L. Jackson he needs protection in Patrick Hughes’ action-comedy ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

‘The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature’ and the book adaptation ‘The Glass Castle’ also open wide this weekend. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

Destin Daniel Cretton’s adaptation of Jeannette Walls’ memoir The Glass Castle is more affected than affecting. It’s strange, given how Walls’ life story has all the makings of the naturalistic dramas Cretton clearly thinks he’s making; there’s poverty, negligent parents, alcoholism, a hint of sexual abuse, and children in peril, …