Monthly Archives March 2013

2013 Independent Spirit Awards Full Winners List ('Nowhere,' 'Beasts,' 'Stones,' 'Waiting,' 'Loot')

James Noel and Patricia Rhinvil as Ronald and Vita in ‘Stones in the Sun’

Here's the full list of winners at the28th annual Independent Spirit Awards, which was held inSanta Monica, CA this afternoon/evening,hosted by Andy Samberg.

The awards show will actually be broadcast on the IFC channel at 10 pm tonight (EST).

As social networking sites ar...

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Alexandra Daddario Talks TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D, What Attracted Her to the Project, Preparing for the Role, PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS, and More


Opening January 4th is director John Luessenhop’s (Takers) Texas Chainsaw 3D.  The film acts as a direct sequel to Tobe Hooper’s original, ignoring the many reboots, prequels and remakes, and picks up where the 1974 film left off...

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Oscars Fashion: The 50 Worst Dresses of All Time

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  2. Here's Looking at You, Kid: 12 Oscar Moments Over the Years

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  3. TOP TEN: Oscars

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  4. Oscars: Jennifer Lawrence and 12 of Hollywood's Youngest Academy Award Winners

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Lose Your Head: Berlin Review

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A dangerous love story between strangers, set in Berlin’s gay underground, plays out with all the subtlety of a comic strip.


Berlin Film Festival (Panorama)


Fernando Tielve, Marko Mandic, Sesede Terziyan


Stefan Westerwelle, Patrick Schuckmann


Patrick Schuckmann

A holiday of casual gay sex, drugs and disco turns to horror against the ...

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Pusher (2069)



In London, a drug pusher’s life spins out of control over the course of one week.


Starring: Richard Coyle, Bronson Webb, Neil Maskell, Agyness Deyn, Mem Ferda, Paul Kaye, and Daisy Lewis
Directed by: Luis Prieto Produced by: Nicolas Winding Refn, Felix Vossen, Christopher Simon, Rupert Preston, Huberta Von Liel Written by: Matthew Read

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Knights of Badassdom (2069)

Knights of Badassdom


Live Action Role Players must become the heroes they’ve been pretending to be when they accidentally summon a demonic force for real.


Starring: Summer Glau, Ryan Kwanten , Steve Zahn, Margarita Levieva, Jimmi Simpson, Joshua Malina, Peter Dinklage, Danny Pudi
Directed by: Joe Lynch Produced by: Mark Burton, Kevin Dreyfuss, Matt Wall Written by: Matt Wall, Kevin Dreyf...

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Paranoia (2013)



In this high-stakes thriller, Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) is a regular guy trying to get ahead in his entry-level job at Wyatt Corporation. But after one costly mistake, Adam’s ruthless CEO, Nicholas Wyatt (Gary Oldman), forces him to spy on corporate rival, Jock Goddard (Harrison Ford), Wyatt’s old mentor...

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Box Office Preview: 'Hotel Transylvania' Headed for Easy No. 1, 'Looper' Eyes No. 2

Hotel Transylvania Still - H 2012Sony Pictures Animation

The Maggie Gyllenhaal-Viola Davis teacher drama “Won’t Back Down” is expecting a soft opening; new specialty offerings include “Pitch Perfect.”

Kids pic Hotel Transylvania – boasting a voice cast led by Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez — should have no trouble claiming the weekend crown, with sci-fi drama Looper expected to do solid business as well.

The films should help the ...

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Wally Pfister Talks TRANSCENDENCE, Possibly Filming in IMAX, Being Open to Digital Cameras, Spoilers, Casting Johnny Depp, and More


While most know Wally Pfister as Christopher Nolan’s longtime cinematographer; that’s about to change, as Pfister will soon make his directorial debut on an original sci-fi project called Transcendence.  The film stars Johnny Depp as a scientist whose brain gets uploaded into a supercomputer with the aim of creating the world’s first machine that can think for itself.

Earlier tonight, I...

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Mark Wahlberg Gets His Pump On In New Pain & Gain TV Spot

It’s been nearly a decade since Michael Bay has directed a movie that doesn’t feature giant machines doing battle for the future of mankind. Since releasing The Island in 2005 Bay’s directing career has been focused on the Transformers franchise exclusively, and next summer he will be picking it up again with the untitled Transformers 4 (due out on June 27, 2014)...

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