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/Filmcast Ep. 501 – Glass

  The cast returns for Glass, the much anticipated M. Night Shyamalan movie. Stay for the after dark on not one but two documentaries about the disastrous FYRE festival. Check out Dave’s video review of the Fyre Fraud and Fyre on Youtube, the skit Jeff mentioned of Waiters who are Nauseated by Food on the Dana Carvey Show, and the GoFundMe page of the caterers affected by the FYRE festival. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1...
Tags: Movies, Cold War, Glass, Dave, Netflix, Hulu, Jeff, Dannemora, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Dana Carvey, M. Night Shayamalan, Simonmharris, Kyle Hillinger, Can You Ever Forgive Me, Facebook Shownotes

A Drink at the Opera – Photos from Cocktails & Movies with Staatsoper Berlin

Sponsored.  How does the Apocalypse taste? What would you like to drink on the last night before the world ended? Maybe your choice would be Champagne? Or would it be a refined cocktail with a wildflower swimming in it? The newest production Violetter Schnee by  Staatsoper Unter den Linden   is all about the end of the world. Five people are trapped inside a bunker and when they leave it to see if the world is alright they discover they are doomed forever. The opera is inspired by the cu...
Tags: Photos, Fashion, Movies, Berlin, Theater, Opera, Solaris, Cocktail, Tarkowski, Staatsoper, Olga Khristolyubova, Staatsoper unter den Linden, Russian Standard, Andrei Tarkowski, Violetter Schnee, Standard Platinum Blue Curacao

Daily Podcast: 2019 Sundance Film Festival Most Anticipated Movies

On the January 23, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about our most anticipated films of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: This is Chris’ first year at the S...
Tags: Movies, Brittany, Chris, Peter, Ben, Ben Pearson, Peter Sciretta, Matt Donato, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume, Marisa Mirabal, Dick Long Brad

New US Trailer for Silent Sailing Thriller 'Styx' Starring Susanne Wolff

Film Movement has debuted an official US trailer for a dramatic thriller titled Styx, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival last year to quite a bit of worthy acclaim. This mostly-silent film is about a woman who decides to embark on a solo sailing journey from Europe to to Ascension Island in the Atlantic Ocean. Not only does she encounter a violent storm that nearly kills her, she encounters something else that changes her forever. Susanne Wolff stars in this, giving an incredible pe...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Trailer, Berlin, US, Robert Redford, Atlantic Ocean, Ascension Island, Indies, To Watch, Susanne Wolff

First night of ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre canceled

"Dear Evan Hansen," the Tony Award-winning teen musical, was supposed to open tonight at the Paramount Theatre for its week-and-a-half run. But it's been canceled. Here's how you can attend another performance or get a refund.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Theater, Seattle, Paramount Theatre, EVAN HANSEN

Superhero Bits: Meet the New Guardians of the Galaxy, ‘Reign of the Supermen’ Clip & More

Who are the new Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to buy a fanmade version of the Batmobile from The Dark Knight Trilogy? Why is it hard to watch Warner Bros. comic book movies and TV shows on Amazon right now? Did you notice the inconsistency between the Captain America: Civil War credits scene and the opening of Spider-Man: Homecoming? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Flash returns with a new episode called “Memorabilia” next Tuesday, and you can watch a new promo no...
Tags: Amazon, London, Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Dc Comics, America, Atlantic, Bryan Singer, Batman, Chris Miller, Warner Bros, Batmobile, X-men, Ryan Coogler, Arrow

Singaporean actor Aloysius Pang dies from military injuries

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Singaporean actor Aloysius Pang has died from injuries he sustained to his chest and abdomen during a military training exercise in New Zealand. He was 28. Singapore’s defense ministry says Pang died early Thursday at Waikato Hospital. Also known as Pang Wei Chong, the actor was injured Saturday when the […]
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Singapore, Nation, New Zealand, Wellington New Zealand, Pang, Aloysius Pang, Waikato Hospital Also, Wei Chong

Promare PV Laden With Colorful Action

The official TOHO animation YouTube channel posted a new PV for the upcoming anime action film “Promare” by Studio Trigger and XFlag. The movie stars blue-haired protagonist Galo joining the fire rescue team equipped with a mecha called “Matoi-Tech”, as based on unique banners carried by firefighters of Japan’s Edo period. The PV, exploding with […]
Tags: Japan, Movies, Youtube, Toho, Anime, Mecha, Trigger, Galo, PV, Matoi Tech

‘Trading Paint’ Trailer: John Travolta is a Washed-Up Race Car Driver

John Travolta‘s film choices have become increasingly, let’s say…interesting. After the 2018 two-fer that was Gotti and Speed Kills, the actor is ringing in 2019 with Trading Paint, a sports drama in which he stars as a washed-up race car driver for whom it’s “been a long time” since he was “somebody.” Cheers for unintentionally meta-dialogue! Trading Paint Trailer Travolta stars as veteran race car driver Sam, whose unfortunately named son Cam (Toby Sebastian) is resentful of always ha...
Tags: Shania Twain, Movies, Drama, Sports, Movie Trailers, Sam, Power Rangers, John-Travolta, Gotti, Michael Madsen, Saban Films, Karzan Kader, Trading Paint, Luis Da Silva, Cam Toby Sebastian, Gary Gerani

Kate Winslet to Play a Detective in HBO Drama Series ‘Mare of Easttown’

The last time Kate Winslet starred in an HBO show, she won an Emmy for her stellar performance in Mildred Pierce, a remake of the classic film noir movie from 1945. Now she’s heading back to the premium channel for a new limited drama series called Mare of Easttown, which is the brainchild of Out of the Furnace writer Brad Ingelsby. Get plenty of details about the new show below. According to Deadline, Winslet will star as “a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder a...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Ben Affleck, Pennsylvania, Showtime, Liam Neeson, Kate-Winslet, Connor, James Cameron, Cary Fukunaga, Saoirse Ronan, Winslet, Naya

Michelle Monaghan is a Determined Attorney in Trailer for 'Saint Judy'

"We have a compelling basis for appeal, we just need a rock solid brief for the Ninth Circuit." Blue Fox Entertainment has debuted the first official trailer for Saint Judy, a drama which first premiered at both the Los Angeles Film Festival and Raindance Film Festival last year. The film tells the story of immigration attorney Judy Wood, and how she single-handedly changed America's Law of Asylum to save women's lives. This case has gone on to save the lives of thousands of other persecuted...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, America, Judy, Indies, Erin Brockovich, Michelle Monaghan, To Watch, Mykelti Williamson, Saint Judy, Judy Wood, Ninth Circuit Blue Fox Entertainment

Vintage Science Fiction Month: Way Station

Vintage SF Month is hosted by the Little Red Reviewer. The objective: Read and discuss "older than I am" Science Fiction in the month of January. Clifford D. Simak is one of the famous Golden Age authors that I haven't really caught up with. There's no time like the present, so I took a spin through his bibliography and settled on the Hugo winning 1963 novel Way Station as my introduction to his work. Enoch Wallace is an American Civil War veteran who was chosen by the Galactic Federation to ...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, US, America, Earth, Dune, Kurt Vonnegut, Heinlein, Federation, Enoch, Asimov, Andre Norton, Clifford D Simak, Galactic Federation, WISCONSON, Enoch Wallace

Cardi B Lands First Las Vegas Residency at Palms Casino Resort

In Cardi B’s hit single “Money,” she says there’s “nothing in this world that I like more than checks,” and after landing her first Las Vegas residency, she’ll be getting LOTS of those.For the past few years, Cardi B’s star has been steadily rising, and 2019 looks like it’s already going to be yet another good year for the hip hop superstar.On Wednesday (Jan. 23), the Palms Casino Resort announced that the “Bodak Yellow” rapper will kick off her very first Las Vegas residency this spring at KAOS...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Ap, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Associated Press, Las Vegas, Drake, Cardi B, Cardi, Palms Casino Resort, KaOS, Bardi Gang, G Eazy Kaskade Skrillex

Official US Trailer for Hong Sang-soo's B&W Drama 'Hotel by the River'

"The film was made at Jeonwonsa Film Co." The Cinema Guild has released the official US trailer for the latest film, titled Hotel by the River, made by acclaimed, beloved Korean filmmaker Hong Sang-soo, who keeps making new films pretty much non-stop all the time. This first premiered at the Locarno Film Festival last summer, where it won the Best Actor prize, and later went on to play at the Toronto and New York Film Festivals last fall. This B&W drama is set in the dead of winter; a poet i...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Toronto, To Watch, Foreign Film, Locarno Film Festival, New York Film Festivals, Hong Sang, Jeonwonsa Film Co The Cinema Guild, Hong Sang soo, Ki Joo Bong Kim Min hee Kwon Hae hyo Song Seon, Yoo Joon

Charlie Cox Signed a Petition to Save ‘Daredevil,’ Talks Season 4 Plans Before Cancellation

Charlie Cox is as sad about Daredevil‘s cancellation as you are. Like many fans of the blind superhero, the star of the Marvel-Netflix series was caught by surprise by the cancellation by Netflix. And you can’t blame Cox for being certain that Daredevil season 4 would happen — writers were already pitching and planning storylines for the next season, some of which Cox got wind of. The actor shared those plans, as well as the revelation that he anonymously signed the Save Daredevil petition that...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Daredevil, Around The Web, Cox, Charlie-Cox, Comic Book/Superhero, Save Daredevil

Utah-based flat-fee brokerage Homie wants to raise $10M

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission documents indicate that Homie has already raised about $2.3 million out of its new $10 million offering. The documents were filed on Jan. 15 and indicate that Homie expects the new fundraising round to last less than one year.
Tags: Utah, Technology, Investing, Radio, Industry News, U S Securities and Exchange Commission, Brokerage, Homie, Flat Fee Brokerage, Vote For Homie

Trailer for 'Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played with Fire' Documentary

"Sure, he has written three good crime novels. But Stieg was also something completely different…" The Match Factory has debuted an international / festival promo trailer for the documentary Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played with Fire, which is premiering at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival coming up. The doc film tells the life story of Swedish journalist and writer Stieg Larsson, renowned as the author of the internationally acclaimed "Millennium" series of novels - best known as the "The G...
Tags: Movies, Sweden, Trailer, Documentaries, Stieg Larsson, Larsson, To Watch, Stieg

Bandaged Rei Ayanami Ero-Cosplay Very Skimpy

Cosplayer SiaoDing Komachi has taken the best bandages she could find to portray an injured Rei Ayanami from Neon Genesis Evangelion – showing her fans that no wounds, fictional or otherwise, will stop her from striking alluring poses. More of the cosplay and its desperate need of recuperation:
Tags: Anime, Cosplay, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Evangelion, Komachi, Rei Ayanami

Could Disney Finally Cancel ‘The Simpsons’, and Make More Money In the Process?

The Simpsons has been on for…*checks notes*…500 years, and it shows no signs of stopping. But that might change once Disney takes control of Fox properties as part of the big Disney/Fox deal. It’s not that Disney has anything personal against The Simpsons. Instead, it looks like the animated series is worth more dead than alive to the House of Mouse – all because of that sweet, sweet syndication money. Is The Simpsons final season at hand? According to Variety, Disney is mulling over pulling...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Fox, Simpsons, Animation, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Springfield, Disney Fox, Disney/Pixar, House of Mouse, The-Simpsons, Variety Disney, Brad Adgate

Calling All Vampires: Swedish Film Festival Will Screen a Movie Inside Sealed Coffins

Do you love movies and the sweet embrace of death? Then I have some good news. The Goteborg Film Festival is offering “sarcophagus screenings,” where filmgoers will be offered the opportunity to watch a movie while sealed inside a coffin. Don’t worry, though: you’ll be safe and above ground. The coffins will have screens, speakers and air vents, and rotting skeletons still wearing their moldy burial clothes! Okay, I made that last part up. THR is reporting that this month, a few lucky boils ...
Tags: Wtf, Movies, Edgar Allan Poe, Mars, Goteborg, Don, Film Festivals, HOLMBERG, Goteborg Film Festival, Aniara, Jonas Holmberg, Homberg

‘Glass’: 5 Things That Left Us Scratching Our Heads

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film left a lot of lingering questions, not least of which was: Why did it feel so anticlimactic?
Tags: Movies, News, Jackson, James, Bruce, Willis, Shyamalan, Samuel L, McAvoy, Glass (Movie, M Night

Sexual Assault Allegations Resurface Against Bryan Singer, Director of Bohemian Rhapsody

In a statement issued through his attorney, Singer denied the claims
Tags: Movies, News, Sexual Assault, Uncategorized, Onetime, Sexual Assault Allegations Resurface Against Bryan

Sundance Michael Jackson Documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ is Already Stirring Up Controversy

The Sundance Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland is facing backlash before anyone has even had a chance to see it. A new report reveals fans of the late singer are threatening to protest the screening of the documentary, leading local police to increase staff. The doc is a nearly 4-hour exposé investigating the allegations of sexual abuse levied against the King of Pop during his lifetime. Deadline is reporting that the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland is causing conce...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Documentary, Jackson, Park City, Michael Jackson, Sundance, Reed, Kirk, King of Pop, Film Festivals, Amazon Netflix, Wade Robson, Dan Reed, Phil Kirk, James Safechuck

Texas Terror Tales – review

Director: David Carbajal (segment) Release date: 2017 Contains spoilers This is another anthology film with the connection that all the films are from (and set in) Texas. I guess you could say that the other connection is that they are all particularly low budget movies, and that really shows. However, the segments are not as bad as they might have been and there are moments that stand out. The undead/skeletal projectionist puppet, who acts like a horror host, is blooming awfully realised. The ...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Movies, Elvis, Evan, Leila, Amazon UK, Vampire, David Carbajal, Evan Eric Aguirre, Leila Bianca Flores Evan, Bianca Flores

The Carpetbagger: Blockbusters, #MeToo and More: 4 Takeaways From the Oscar Nominations

There was heartening news for an academy that nearly introduced a popular-film award. But accusations against the director of “Bohemian Rhapsody” show the group’s limits.
Tags: Movies, News, Singer, Bryan, Academy Awards (Oscars, Black Panther (Movie, BlacKkKlansman (Movie, A Star Is Born (Movie, Roma (Movie, Bohemian Rhapsody (Movie

The most expensive home in America just sold for $238M

Billionaire Ken Griffin just cemented the most expensive real estate purchase in the U.S. — a luxurious New York penthouse for $238 million.
Tags: New York, Listings, Lifestyle, America, Radio, Sting, Industry News, Ken Griffin, News Brief, Daniel Och, 220 Central Park South, Robert A.M. Stern

Critic’s Pick: ‘The Image Book’ Review: Godard Looks at Violence, and Movies

Jean-Luc Godard’s latest film is a gloomy, lively essay on some disturbing history, cinema and himself.
Tags: Movies, News, Jean Luc Godard, Godard, Jean-Luc, The Image Book (Movie

Miller’s final NBC call will be third round of Phoenix Open

Johnny Miller’s final broadcast as NBC’s golf analyst will be during the third round of the Phoenix Open. The network said Wednesday that it will honor Miller during the Feb. 2 broadcast since the final round on Feb. 3 is about crowning a champion. The final round is on the same day as the Super […]
Tags: Television, News, Nbc, Entertainment, Sports, Nation, Miller, Johnny Miller

Patricia Clarkson, Mario Lopez in pre-Mardi Gras parades

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans-born actress Patricia Clarkson, “Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles and “ExtraTV” host Mario Lopez are among the stars headlining New Orleans parades leading up to Mardi Gras. The Krewe of Muses says Clarkson is the first person to serve twice as Honorary Muse — someone considered a role model for the […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, New Orleans, Clarkson, Patricia Clarkson, Mario Lopez, Jensen Ackles, Patricia Clarkson Mario Lopez, Mardi Gras The Krewe of Muses

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