Without question, one of my favorite parts of my job is the Michael Bay stories. If somebody has worked with him, they usually have a good story to tell. Few filmmakers, if any, direct and act like Michael Bay. He’s one in a million, which is maybe why his movies tend …

There’s just about a month to go until Christopher Nolan‘s WWII picture “Dunkirk” arrives, and as per usual, the director is keeping a curtain around his movie until the very last moment. However, if you feel like deciphering clues, the tracklist for Hans Zimmer‘s soundtrack for the film has landed. Nolan’s go to composer for a while now, Zimmer has lately done some of his best work for the director, and it sounds like with this film, there’s going to be some particularly pulse-pounding music. Continue reading Tracklist For Hans Zimmer’s ‘Dunkirk’ Soundtrack Revealed at The Playlist.

Pixar and Neill Blomkamp seem to have the same, exciting idea — when you’re in a creative rut, turn to the thing that helped you break onto the scene in the first place: short films. We learned in May that Pixar would be getting in touch with their roots by …

Most romantic comedies are selling a fantasy: flowers, Champagne, weddings that cost more than the budget of your average indie film. But The Big Sick, a rom-com that takes a long detour into random disaster, grounds itself in reality from the very fir…

It had been hot and bright all the days prior, with the sun blazing down from the clear blue skies over Cluj, during my visit to the Transilvania Film Festival in Romania. But the day of my interview with Francis Lee, director of the heartswellingly lovely “God’s Own Country,” which opened the Edinburgh Film Festival this week, dawned gray and rainy and stayed that way. Continue reading ‘God’s Own Country’ Director Francis Lee On ‘Pretty Woman,’ Brexit And This ‘Super Exciting’ Era Of Queer Cinema at The Playlist.

The Little Hours is based on one of the tales found in The Decameron, a collection of 14th century novellas from Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio. But even if, like me, you’d never heard of that author before (let alone read his work), all you really need to know about this film …

Ridley Scott isn’t just a filmmaker, but a brand builder. Starting his career in the world of commercials, moving into feature films, and then becoming a producer with dozens and dozens of TV shows and films to his name, Scott knows the importance of commercial success and extending IP value. However, he’ll be the first to admit he came to this knowledge late in his career, but now that he has, he’s eager to franchise his most legendary work. Continue reading Ridley Scott Wants To Franchise ‘Blade Runner,’ Says ‘2049’ Will Answer If Deckard Is A Replicant Or Not at The Playlist.

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