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Tom Hanks Calls ‘Da Vinci Code’ Trilogy ‘Hooey,’ Not ‘Good Commerce’ at the End

Tom Hanks has cracked “The Da Vinci Code”…and dubbed it “hooey.”In a recent interview with The New York Times, Oscar winner Hanks called the Ron Howard-helmed trilogy “as cynical as a crossword puzzle” and an outrageous adventure story ripe for the box office. The franchise kicked off in 2006 before spurring two sequels, “Angels & […]

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‘The Lost Symbol’ Review: Dan Brown’s Novels Come Together in Bland Peacock Adaptation

It’s been five years since audiences last saw Dan Brown’s character Robert Langdon in the 2016 feature film “Inferno” and it honestly feels like a moment in time that can’t be recreated. It’s hard to describe the events of 2003 to someone who didn’t feverishly rush out to read Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code,” one […]

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Irrfan Khan, ‘Life of Pi,’ and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ Star Dies at 53

Irrfan Khan, the wide-eyed actor who enjoyed art house acclaim in his native India and crossover-success with Hollywood roles including “Life of Pi,” “Jurassic World” and “Inferno,” died on Wednesday. He was 53.Khan, was previously diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumour in 2018 and underwent extensive treatment in London. He recovered well enough to shoot what […]

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‘Suspiria’ Screenwriter Explains That Wild Ending and Why Dakota Johnson is a New Kind of Final Girl

[Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for the new “Suspiria,” including the ending.]When it was first announced, plenty of people had doubts about Luca Guadagnino remaking Dario Argento’s classic 1977 horror film “Suspiria.” Argento’s movie pulses with an unforgettable soundtrack by Goblin, and is a kaleidoscope of colors, garish but instantly memorable backgrounds, and […]

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Hans Zimmer to Receive Steiner Award at Hollywood in Vienna Gala

Composer Hans Zimmer will receive the 2018 Max Steiner Award at the annual Hollywood in Vienna concert gala. The event is scheduled for Oct. 19 at the Konzerthaus in the Austrian capital, Hollywood in Vienna founder and CEO Sandra Tomek announced.“Hans Zimmer has had a close connection to Vienna for some time now,” Tomek said, […]

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Devilworks scores North America deal on ‘The Man Who Was Thursday’ (exclusive)

Genre specialists to distribute Balazs Juszt’s film in North America.Genre specialists Devilworks have struck a North American distribution deal for thriller The Man Who Was Thursday.The deal was reached with Sp Releasing for Hungarian director Balazs Juszt’s film, which was inspired by G.K. Chesterton’s existentialist novel of the same name. The film stars Ana Ularu […]

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