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‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ and ‘Shrek’ Are Among Films Added to National Film Registry by the Library of Congress

Somebody once told us the world was going to roll us, but we didn’t anticipate this. Shrek — alongside such films as A Clockwork Orange, The Dark Knight, and The Hurt Locker — has been deemed a work of “important cultural, artistic, and historic” value by the Library of Congress, which revealed its National Film […]

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‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Shrek,’ ‘Hurt Locker’ & More Join The 2020 Class of The National Film Registry

Unlike the Oscars or other annual awards, being selected by the Library of Congress as one of the 25 films picked to join the National Film Registry is on a whole different level. By being chosen, a film is given the honor of being deemed one of the most influential and important films to ever […]

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Flooded With Early Praise: It’s ‘The Movie We Need Right Now’

Early reactions for “Wonder Woman 1984” are in, and the highly anticipated sequel to Patty Jenkins’ and Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman” is raking in the praise.“I really wasn’t expecting to love #WW84, but it is without a doubt the movie we need right now,” writer and producer Ben Mekler tweeted on Saturday. “Full of wonder, […]

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Christopher Nolan on Tackling Batman Before Superhero Films Became ‘Engines of Commerce’

Christopher Nolan’s promotional tour for Tom Shore’s new book “The Nolan Variations” continued this week with a lively virtual discussion presented by 92Y. The “Tenet” and “Inception” Oscar nominee sat down with Shore and Entertainment Weekly senior writer Clark Collis to chat about what it’s like having his career defined and examined on the page’s […]

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David Fincher Says Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ Was ‘a Betrayal of the Mentally Ill’

After opening last October, raking in more than a billion dollars, and taking home multiple Oscar wins including Best Actor for Joaquin Phoenix, “Joker” isn’t going anywhere from the cultural lexicon. Todd Phillips’ DC origin-story smash remains a favorite of superhero fans who like their tentpoles with sharp edges. In a recent interview with The […]

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Keanu Reeves’ ‘Matrix’ Suit, Mechanical ‘Alien’ Head Among 900 Film Props Heading to Auction

Over 900 film props are heading to auction later this year as part of Prop Store’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction. The virtual auction is set to take place December 1-2. Prop Store estimates the total collection will sell for a combined $5.6 million. Items for sale include Keanu Reeves’ “Matrix” suit, the mechanical alien head […]

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Superhero Bits: Halle Berry Knew ‘Catwoman’ Would Be Bad, ‘The Falcon and the Winter’ Soldier Resumes Shooting & More

Want to know the Supergirl stunt team’s fitness routine? Which awards did Watchmen win from the 2020 Television Critics Association awards? Did you hear Halle Berry knew Catwoman was going to be bad while she was still shooting? Want to see an extended documentary on the making of The Dark Knight trilogy? What did Kevin […]

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‘Batman: Mask of the Phantasm’ Honest Trailer: The Dark Knight Is a Collection of Shapes and Feelings

It’s no secret that Batman: The Animated Series is one of the best adaptations of the DC Comics character that has ever been done. So it should come as no surprise that the movie that brought Paul Dini‘s cartoon take on The Caped Crusader to the big screen is also top notch comic book fare. […]

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‘Tenet’ Gets a B CinemaScore, Christopher Nolan’s Lowest Since ‘The Prestige’

Audience word-of-mouth is in on Christopher Nolan’s time-bending return to screens “Tenet.” According to CinemaScore, which polls audiences to grade films on a scale from F to A+, “Tenet” has received a B rating. That’s not a death knell, but it’s likely below expectations for audience-beloved Nolan and “Tenet” distributor Warner Bros., already fielding mixed […]

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