Spielberg & Hanks Begin Filming Coen Bros. Scripted Cold War ThrillerSpielberg & Hanks Begin Filming Coen Bros. Scripted Cold War Thriller
Not exactly an Oscar caliber product, but still was an enjoyable character piece. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2ih19x/spielberg_hanks_begin_filming_coen_bros_scripted/
"Go See It In IMAX": Paul Thomas Anderson Says ‘Interstellar’ Is “Beautiful,” Talks Shooting On Film & More"Go See It In IMAX": Paul Thomas Anderson Says ‘Interstellar’ Is “Beautiful,” Talks Shooting On Film & More
(0 children) FUCKING MICHAEL CAINE. Up for the Best Supporting Actor in a movie, Michael Caine in Cider House Rules, and Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense. Michael Caine didn't act in Cider House Rules. The director would yell "CUT," and he still kept doing that shit. Meanwhile, Haley Joel Osment totally made The Sixth Sense. Without his performance, the whole movie was nothing. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2igiz3/sex_ed_trailer_hailey_joel_osment_is_a_virgin_who/
50 photos chronicling the making of RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983)50 photos chronicling the making of RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983)
digital debate is so much more reasonable than Nolan and Tarantino. Tarantino and Nolan are vastly against it, refusing to point out any positives where as PTA basically says "let me do it how I want and you can do it how you want." Digital, like it or not, is the future of cinema. Nostalgia should never be the reason to hold back innovation. So, sorry Quentin and Christopher, but my cinema experience has mainly been through digital projection. I, much like you, still feel a completely different sensation going to the movies. It's not "television in public", it's still an experience, just not the same experience you grew up with. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2igqzf/go_see_it_in_imax_paul_thomas_anderson_says/
Sex Ed Trailer, Hailey Joel Osment is a virgin who teaches sex ed. Looks like the kid's still got it.Sex Ed Trailer, Hailey Joel Osment is a virgin who teaches sex ed. Looks like the kid's still got it.
George Lucas had severed all his remaining ties to the Hollywood system out of a feeling of persecution after the success of The Empire Strikes Back and had become a truly independent filmmaker. Lucasfilm is a non-union company, and despite George Lucas's stature and clout, that, says Howard Kazanjian in Empire of Dreams, made acquiring shooting locations more difficult and more expensive, even though A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back were mammoth hits. The title was used in all areas where it seemed necessary. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2ifzlw/50_photos_chronicling_the_making_of_return_of_the/