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New ‘Infinity War’ Featurette Reveals Why You Should Probably See the Film in IMAX

IMAX has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette for Avengers: Infinity War that reveals why seeing the film in IMAX makes a difference. Now, IMAX presentation can offer a great benefit to audiences, but there are different kinds of IMAX movies. There are films like Dunkirk where director Christopher Nolan shot the film specifically with the […]

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Milli Vanilli Biopic Producers Hope End of Ratner Deal Could Revive Long-Gestating Project

The history of the Untitled Millie Vanilli movie has been almost as much of a byzantine roller coaster ride as the duo’s infamous career. The latest roadblock for the biopic, which dates back to a 2007 screenplay by fan Jeff Nathanson, who wanted to direct the film himself, was the demise of Brett Ratner’s $450 […]

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‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Baby Driver,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Ozark’ Win Location Managers Awards

The location managers responsible for the settings of the films “Dunkirk” and “Baby Driver” and the television shows “Game of Thrones” and “Ozark” won the top awards on Saturday night from the Location Managers Guild International, which presented its fifth annual awards at the Alex Theatre in Glendale.Ben Piltz and Arnaud Kaiser won the Outstanding […]

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‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Baby Driver,’ ‘Game Of Thrones,’ ‘Ozark’ Win At Location Managers Guild Awards

Christopher Nolan’s WWII epic Dunkirk and Sony’s fast-paced Baby Driver won honors tonight at the fifth annual Location Managers Guild International Awards. In addition, both HBO’s long-running Game of Thrones and Netflix’s critically acclaimed Ozark took home awards for television. Dunkirk was filmed at the French location of the real evacuation as well as in […]

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Christopher Nolan Headed to Cannes for the First Time With ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Unrestored 70mm Print

Christopher Nolan is finally heading to the Cannes Film Festival. The director has never hit the Croisette with one of his movies, but the world premiere of a new print of Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” will bring the auteur favorite to the 2018 edition of the fest. The festival’s Cannes Classics section has […]

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Spike Jonze Behind the Scenes: Watch the Director Choreograph and Film His Apple Short Film

Spike Jonze broke the internet earlier this month with the release of his Apple short film, “Welcome Home.” Starring Fka Twigs, the project acted as a commercial for Apple’s new HomePod speaker system and earned instant praise for its choreography and set design. The short features Fka Twigs dancing with her double as the music […]

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Which Movies Should Win Oscars? Critics Weigh In on Academy Awards

By definition, the Oscars can’t please everyone. Come Sunday, one movie will win every category, and fans of the others will claim they were robbed. Pundits have made educated guesses about the frontrunners for weeks, but there’s often a difference between which movies will win and those that should, as IndieWire’s annual critics survey proves […]

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This Year’s Oscar Nominees Get Gorgeous New Posters from Shutterstock

The Oscars are almost here, and Shutterstock is getting in on the action by reimaging the posters for this year’s nominees. While most of the official posters for the nominees were pretty good (although the less said about the bland one for Call Me by Your Name, the better), Shutterstock’s team of designers decided to […]

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