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First Trailer for Franco and Rogen’s THE DISASTER ARTIST Is Released

The cult film The Room is considered by many the “worst movie ever made,” and masters of spoof James Franco and Seth Rogen are in set to release a film that focuses on the making of that picture and on its protagonists. Now, in a newly released trailer for The Disaster Artist, we see Franco as the director, writer, and star of the film, Tommy Wiseau, attempting dozens of times unsuccessfully to get some simple lines right, and imagining how it is that the now-iconic line from the film, “Oh, hi Mike,” may have come into existence. Mike, of course, is the character played...

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TIFF Wrap Up Sends Film Industry Into Awards Race

After eleven long days of surprises and premieres, the 42nd edition of TIFF came to a close on Sunday with the announcement of their trademark People’s Choice Award, and, with that, you can sound off the official starting bell of the 2017-2018 awards season race. The Martin McDonough movie, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, which we reviewed previously here, took home the top audience prize awarded by popular vote at the festival. Past winners include Best Picture nominees Room, La La Land and The Imitation Game, as well as eventual winners of the Oscar like 12 Years a Slave...

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TIFF FILM REVIEW: THE DISASTER ARTIST Effectively Spoofs Cult Hit “The Room” – And Itself

Give the people what they want. What to make of a film an artist sets out to make as purportedly serious but instead moves audiences to tears with laughter? Such was the trajectory of the now cult-hit The Room, the making of which is chronicled by James Franco and his gang in The Disaster Artist. Though it is at times difficult to disentangle the comedic brilliance of The Room and its creator, Tommy Wiseau, from the actual achievements of Franco’s new movie, there is no question that the two together raise fundamental questions about what art is and what...

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Randall Park Jumps Fresh Off the Boat And Onto ANT-MAN AND THE WASP

The second Ant-Man movie continues to add to their great cast of characters as it was recently reported by The Tracking Board that actor Randall Park, currently best known for his star role on Fresh Off the Boat, is now checked off to play agent Jimmy Woo, a S.H.I.E.L.D operative. Stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly are now flanked by two solid supporting casts members in Randall Park and Black Mirror’s Hannah John- Kamen, whose role is still unknown in the Ant-Man And The Wasp movie. Though Randall’s face is most recognized from ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat series...

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Ridley Scott Calls ALIEN: COVENANT A Return To Sci-Fi Horror… Wasn’t PROMETHEUS?

Alien: Covenant isn’t too far away, and with each new trailer my blood pressure is climbing. There is a chance that some of you weren’t blown away by Prometheus, and are reserving your excitement until May 19th when Covenant hits theaters. Whatever your thoughts were about Prometheus, director Ridley Scott took us back to the Alien universe with a film that attempted to stand on its own. And, in the final moments of the film, he provided the fan service many came out to the theaters for. Covenant takes place 10 years after Prometheus; the crew of the colony...

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