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15 Must-See Movies About College, Ranked

College is a time to let loose, unfettered by the restraints that make high school such a prison. As a result, movies that revolve around the college experience have a tendency to embrace a wild atmosphere. Despite the general concept of university as a place to get an education, the focus in college movies tends to be on partying first, studying later. That's the stereotype of a college film, anyway: toga parties and sororities and hazing as far as the eye can see. But the reality (much like th...
Tags: Europe, Movies, France, Boston, Matt Damon, Spain, Harvard, Yale, Anna Kendrick, Beverly Hills, Justin Long, James Corden, Elle, Paul Walker, Alex, Charlie Chaplin

Home Remodeling: One Potential Solution to Aging Housing Issues

While new construction is critical in addressing the inventory challenges, experts say that may only partially fix the persisting housing shortage in the United States. “Over time, aging housing is also likely to increase the rate at which homes deteriorate to the point of functional obsolescence—a factor that would further increase the need to build new housing to replace them,” says David Bank, senior vice president of Rosen Consulting Group (RCG). RCG co-authored a June report, “Housing Is Cr...
Tags: News, Home Improvement, Boston, Housing Market, Chicago, Radio, Pennsylvania, United States, Harvard University, Idaho, Warren, Bank, Berkshire Hathaway, Airbnb, National, Brian Stetler

Shutter Island Ending Explained: Scorsese's Psychological Thriller Delivers A Masterful Twist

If you saw "Shutter Island" in the theater back in February 2010, you may have come away feeling like you had just watched the first great movie of the new decade ... or you may have been disappointed. Or perhaps you were simply left confused by the movie's third-act plot twists and ending.People coming to "Shutter Island" on streaming services or digital platforms in the 2020s will have their own range of emotions. This film marked the fourth collaboration between director Martin Scorsese and h...
Tags: Chuck, Movies, Boston, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Catholic, Scorsese, Patricia Clarkson, Mark Ruffalo, Teddy, Martin Scorsese, Dolores, George, Andrew, Rachel, DiCaprio

HMFH designs Josiah Quincy Upper School for the City of Boston

Boston, MA HMFH Architects is completing design for a new, high-rise public school for the city. The 650-stud...
Tags: Boston, Radio, HMFH, Josiah Quincy Upper School, Boston MA HMFH Architects

Prisoners of the Ghostland Interview: Bill Moseley on How Nicolas Cage Inspired Him

Acclaimed Japanese director Sion Sono’s English language debut Prisoners of the Ghostland is out September 17 in select theaters, on demand, and digital. The wild Western stars Nicolas Cage in the lead role, and also features Bill Moseley and Sofia Boutella. “In the treacherous frontier city of Samurai Town, a ruthless bank robber (Nicolas Cage) is sprung from jail by wealthy warlord The Governor (Bill Moseley), whose adopted granddaughter Bernice (Sofia Boutella) has gone missing,” says the off...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Interview, Boston, Cambodia, Dallas, Vietnam, Nicolas Cage, Cage, Omni, Sion, Mekong River, Sofia, Charlie

Exclusive: The Secret of Sinchanee Trailer From Steven Grayhm’s Paranormal Thriller

ComingSoon is debuting the exclusive trailer and poster for writer/director Steven Grayhm’s upcoming paranormal thriller The Secret of Sinchanee. Vertical Entertainment will release the film on in select theaters, Digital HD and On Demand on October 8. RELATED: Exclusive: My Dead Dad Teaser Trailer Starring Pedro Correa “An industrial tow truck driver suffering from insomnia returns to his childhood home after the untimely death of his father, to discover that a paranormal presence has been livi...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Boston, NFL, Netflix, Exclusive, Green Beret, Boyer, Nate Boyer, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jacob Schick, Kenneth Chamberlain, Frankie Faison, Vertical Entertainment

The 20 Best Kids Movies Of All Time

There's a common misconception that children's cinema, like children's television and children's literature, doesn't have to be good. Sure, kids may not be the most discerning consumers of media -- just ask any parent who has been forced to watch "Caillou" ad nauseum. But although they don't have as much experience as moviegoers, and they might not necessarily be able to articulate why a film is good or bad, children certainly know when they see something that provokes an emotional response. And...
Tags: England, London, Movies, California, Robin Williams, Boston, Macaulay Culkin, Southeast Asia, Roald Dahl, Disney, US, Los Angeles, Chicago, Debbie Reynolds, Paddington, Maine

Twins Sequel Triplets Set as Tracy Morgan Joins Arnold Schwarzenegger & Danny DeVito

Director Ivan Reitman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Danny DeVito are officially working on a sequel to Universal Pictures’ classic comedy film Twins, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Universal’s Halloween Kills to Debut Day-and-Date in Theaters & on Peacock  The film’s sequel, titled Triplets, will reportedly enlist the help of Tracy Morgan to play a third and long list sibling of both Schwarzenegger and DeVito. The script for the film will be written by Dylan Dawson & Lucas Ka...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Boston, America, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tracy Morgan, Eddie, Danny DeVito, Arnold, Universal Pictures, Eddie Murphy, Schwarzenegger, EVAN HANSEN, Reitman, Ivan Reitman

Exclusive: Last Night in Rozzie Clip Featuring Jeremy Sisto & Neil Brown Jr.

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive clip from the upcoming drama Last Night in Rozzie, featuring Jeremy Sisto (Six Feet Under) and Neil Brown Jr. (Straight Outta Compton). Gravitas Ventures will release the film in theaters and on VOD on September 17. RELATED: Exclusive: Implanted Trailer & Poster – Everybody Has a Price, What’s Yours? “A tale of self-reflection and the importance of facing trauma, Last Night in Rozzie is a testament to the importance of confronting your past,” reads the officia...
Tags: Video, New York, Movies, Drama, Boston, Exclusive, Gravitas Ventures, Joey, Ronnie, Ryan McDonough, Neil Brown Jr, Roslindale, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Jeremy Sisto, Kevin Chapman, Neil Brown

Judge gives Lori Loughlin permission to head to Canada to rekindle career

Aunt Becky appears to be on the rebound. “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin has been granted “expedited” permission to head to Canada to possibly rekindle her career. A federal judge in Boston has OK’d her request to travel out of the country — while still on probation for her “Varsity Blues” college admissions scam guilty plea — later this month or early in October. Loughlin said she needed the judge’s permission first before the cameras could roll. “Ms. Loughlin anticipates she will be traveli...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Boston, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Canada, Soccer, University Of Southern California, Bella, U S Attorney s Office, Becky, Berkowitz, Loughlin, Steven Senne

Twins Sequel Triplets Is Actually Happening, With Tracy Morgan Joining Schwarzenegger And DeVito

The 1988 comedy hit "Twins" is getting a sequel, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito reprising their brotherly roles as unlikely siblings Julian and Vincent. The sequel, titled "Triplets," will introduce the two stars to yet another unlikely third brother, played by Tracy Morgan."Twins" director Ivan Reitman is also on board to direct "Triplets." The filmmaker has talked about making a sequel for years, and originally planned to make it with Eddie Murphy. Reitman talked with Deadline abo...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Boston, America, Budapest, Tracy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tracy Morgan, Eddie, Twins, Danny DeVito, Arnold, Eddie Murphy, Morgan, Schwarzenegger

The Last Duel Review: Prestige Period Filmmaking, Stunning Swordfights, And Piercing Performances [Venice 2021]

Prestige period filmmaking rarely sizzles like "The Last Duel." Ridley Scott, master of high-budget history, is mercifully in "Gladiator" form rather than "Kingdom of Heaven" with his latest medieval movie. All is as it should be here: stunning swordfights, dazzling duels, nimble narrativization, and psychologically piercing performances from the trio of leads.The film's accomplishments teeter precariously on the edge of sensitive gender politics given the subject matter. Jodie Comer's Marguerit...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, France, Boston, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ferrari, Ford, Akira Kurosawa, Venice, Ridley Scott, Adam Driver, Nicole Holofcener, Scott, Stillwater, Damon

Salem’s Lot: Gary Dauberman’s Stephen King Adaptation Sets Release Date

New Line Cinema’s adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror tale Salem’s Lot has set a September 9, 2022 release date, according to Deadline. Lewis Pullman (Bad Times at the El Royale) will play Ben Mears, with Emmy nominee Bill Camp (The Night Of) as Matthew Burke, Makenzie Leigh (The Assistant) as Susan Norton, Spencer Treat Clark (Animal Kingdom) as Mike Ryerson, and Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard (See) as Dr. Cody. William Sadler (Bill & Ted Face the Music, The Shawshank Redemption) will also...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Oscar, Salem, Alfre Woodard, Warner Bros, Emmy, Rob Lowe, King, Annabelle, Epix, Mears, New Line Cinema

Citizens provides $40.7m construction loan for Boston housing project

Boston, MA According to Citizens,  its Community Development Group provided a $40.7 million construction ...
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Delaney and Coakley of Cresa assist Vor Biopharma in lease expansion - Newmark represented the landlord, Longfellow Real Estate Partners

Cambridge, MA The Boston office of Cresa has negotiated a lease at 100 Cambridge Park Dr. for Vor Biopharma, a cell...
Tags: Boston, Radio, Cambridge, Delaney, Coakley, Newmark, Cresa, Longfellow Real Estate Partners, Cambridge Park

William Sadler Joins Salem’s Lot as Production Begins on Film Adaptation

Following the recent addition of acclaimed actress Alfre Woodard as Dr. Cody, Bill & Ted Face the Music actor William Sadler took to Twitter to reveal that he has officially joined the cast of New Line Cinema’s upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Salem’s Lot. The 71-year-old actor also went on to confirm that production on the Gary Dauberman-directed pic has already started in Boston. Just started filming “Salem’s Lot” based on @StephenKing’s terrifying novel.  Stay ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Salem, Alfre Woodard, Rob Lowe, King, Vertigo, Sadler, Epix, Mears, Blumhouse, New Line Cinema, Woodard

The 12 Best Action Movies On Amazon Prime Right Now

Ever since "Iron Man," studios have been trying, almost like clockwork, to make action movies using the Marvel formula. "The Suicide Squad" was just "Guardians of the Galaxy" with bad dudes. "Justice League" was "The Avengers," but worse. And every A-list actor under the sun has suddenly tried to become a money-making superhero. Aside from the flying cars of the "Fast & Furious" franchise and the occasional chapter of "John Wick" or "Mission: Impossible," superhero films rule the day, action-wis...
Tags: Amazon, Bob Odenkirk, New York, Movies, Washington, Boston, America, Reagan, Ford, New Jersey, Clint Eastwood, Broadway, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Liam Neeson, Harry

Home inventory healthier in cities than suburbs, where buyers spar

Suburbs have made up a growing share of Zillow's top areas by views per listing — a product of the pandemic's effect on inventory.
Tags: Technology, Boston, Listings, New York City, Cities, Radio, Philadelphia, Zillow, Suburbs, Markets & Economy, Select, “How America Views Homeownership” survey, Views Per Listing

Alfre Woodard to Play Dr. Cody in Gary Dauberman’s Salem’s Lot Adaptation

Oscar nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Alfre Woodard (Cross Creek, Miss Evers’ Boys, See) has joined New Line Cinema and filmmaker Gary Dauberman’s Salem’s Lot adaptation as Dr. Cody, according to Deadline. In Stephen King’s novel, Dr. Cody is a male character, Jimmy Cody, who assists Ben Mears in battling the vampires who have infested Jerusalem’s Lot. Lewis Pullman (Bad Times at the El Royale) will play Ben Mears, with Emmy nominee Bill Camp (The Night Of) as Matthew Burke, Makenzie Le...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Salem, Alfre Woodard, Emmy, Rob Lowe, King, Annabelle, Golden Globe, Cody, Epix, Mears, New Line Cinema

The 15 Best Debut Films From Directors

A great first film can jumpstart a filmmaker's career and show the world what makes them unique. For example, the conversational dialogue, '70s soundtrack, and nonlinear narrative of Quentin Tarantino's first film "Reservoir Dogs" established tropes that the director still relies on today.Not every great director starts out strong, though. Although he's one of the greatest filmmakers working today, David Fincher's career nearly imploded after his disastrous debut, "Alien 3." Similarly, some dire...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Ben Affleck, Orson Welles, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tennessee, Paris, Army, Davis, Sam Mendes, Johnson, Quentin Tarantino, Darren Aronofsky, George Romero, David Lynch

Gary Dauberman’s Salem’s Lot Adds Bill Camp, Makenzie Leigh & Spencer Treat Clark

Following the recent news that Lewis Pullman (Bad Times at the El Royale) landed the lead role of Ben Mears in filmmaker Gary Dauberman’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, Deadline brings word that Emmy nominee Bill Camp (The Night Of, The Queen’s Gambit, The Outsider), Makenzie Leigh (The Assistant, Gotham, The Slap), and Spencer Treat Clark (Animal Kingdom, Mystic River, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) will join Pullman in the horror feature. Camp will play Matthew Burke in the adaptation, wit...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Salem, Rob Lowe, King, Annabelle, Clark, Pullman, Leigh, Epix, Mears, New Line Cinema, Matthew Burke

Lewis Pullman to Play Ben Mears in Gary Dauberman’s Salem’s Lot Adaptation

Lewis Pullman (Bad Times at the El Royale, Catch-22, Top Gun: Maverick), son of Independence Day and The Sinner star Bill Pullman, has landed the lead role as Ben Mears in filmmaker Gary Dauberman’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Production on the film is scheduled to begin this September in Boston. RELATED: Chapelwaite Red Band Trailer Starring Adrien Brody in EPIX’s Stephen King Series In the 1975 horror novel, author Ben Mears returns to the tow...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Salem, Rob Lowe, Bill Pullman, Adrien Brody, Annabelle, Epix, Mears, New Line Cinema, Andrew Childs, Larry Cohen, David Soul

Black Panther 2 Set Photos Show Martin Freeman’s Return, New Look at Riri Williams

New behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever have arrived online, as production simultaneously continues in Boston and Atlanta. The photos feature our first look at yet another returning MCU alum along with a closer look at Dominique Thorne’s debut as Riri Williams/ Iron Heart. In the Black Panther 2 set photos, which you can check out below, Emmy winner Martin Freeman makes his return as Everett K. Ross after three years since the first film. He is...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, Boston, Atlanta, Martin Freeman, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Ryan Coogler, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong, Baku, Wakanda

Cresa Boston and Newmark negotiate lease for Olink Proteomics

Waltham, MA The Boston office of Cresa and Newmark negotiated a 22,000 s/f lease at Stony Brook, 130 Turner St. Th...
Tags: Boston, Radio, Waltham, STONY BROOK, Newmark, Cresa, Cresa Boston, Olink Proteomics

Dalton joins Avison Young as principal

Boston, MA According to Tom Collins, Avison Young principal and managing director of the firm’s local office, the firm has hired Michael Dalton, SIOR as principal. He brings more than 30 years of leadership and commercial real estate experience, specializing in delivering v...
Tags: Boston, Radio, Dalton, Avison Young, Tom Collins Avison Young, Michael Dalton SIOR

Jack Nicholson's 15 Most Iconic Roles Ranked

Joseph John Nicholson, or Jack Nicholson as he's better known, is one of the most recognizable and prolific actors in the history of American cinema. Boasting a career that spans 50 years, the three-time Oscar-winner holds the honor of being the male actor with the most nominations in the Academy's history (12), and, with Michael Caine, shares the distinction of having been nominated at least once every decade since the '60s. Born in 1937 in Neptune City, New Jersey, Jack moved to California in ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Jack Nicholson, California, Aaron Sorkin, La, Boston, Stephen King, Los Angeles, Earth, Dave, Marines, New Orleans, Anjelica Huston, Stanley Kubrick

The Agency launches 22nd franchise in Boston

Local broker and new managing partner Eric Rollo has been tapped to lead the new team of agents serving Greater Boston, Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
Tags: Boston, Radio, Agency, Franchise, Martha, Brokerage, News Brief, Mauricio Umansky, The Agency, Eric Rollo, Greater Boston Cape Cod Nantucket

How the ‘Free Guy’ Ending Was Changed by Disney’s Purchase of 20th Century Fox

If you made the trek to the theater this weekend and watched Free Guy, you may have some questions about how certain iconic pop culture items ended up in the finale. Well, director Shawn Levy has got you covered. (Spoilers below! You’ve been warned!) Anybody paying even a tiny bit of attention to the movie business pre-pandemic will surely have figured out that Fox being bought by Disney opened up quite a lot of options for some fun Disney/Marvel/Lucasfilm elements that play into the film’s ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Boston, Disney, America, Fox, Levy, Hugh Jackman, Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, Chris Evans, John Krasinski, Guy, Reynolds, Cap

A monument to spite, Boston’s ‘Skinny House’ hits market at $1.2M

For the right buyer, the almost impossibly narrow house offers a piece of Boston history and a surprising 1,165 square feet of space.
Tags: Boston, Listings, Radio, Listing, Zillow, Spite House, Skinny House, Carmela Laurella, Travis Fachs

How the writer/director of ‘CODA’ fought to feature deaf actors

Sian Heder’s first feature film, “Tallulah,” a quirky indie 2016 film about truth and lies, compassion and responsibility and creating your own family. It was well-reviewed but didn’t make much of a splash. However, her second film, “CODA” made plenty of noise, shattering all records when it sold to Apple for $25 million at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. “CODA” stands for Children of Deaf Adults and the film is a coming-of-age tale about Ruby Rossi (Emilia Jones), whose parents Jackie (Marl...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Movies, Aretha Franklin, Boston, America, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Canada, Soccer, Cambridge, Streaming, Leo, Ruby, Gloucester

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