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Watch An Animated French Dispatch Music Video Directed By Wes Anderson

If you weren't already chomping at the bit for the wide release of Wes Anderson's upcoming film "The French Dispatch," you will be after seeing this totally adorable illustrated and animated music video for Jarvis Cocker's track "Aline."The track is featured on the film's cool and eclectic soundtrack and was written by Daniel Georges and Jacq Bevilacqua. The soundtrack also includes songs by Grace Jones and the legendary composer Ennio Morricone, who died last July. Additionally, this soundtrack...
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Upcoming Bill Murray Movies And TV: Everything The Comedian Is Working On

Bill Murray is an iconic actor with plenty of awesome projects coming out soon.
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James Gunn Says Bill Murray Is A Huge Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Fan

Before he teamed up with the Guardians of the Galaxy and (the) Suicide Squad, James Gunn was penning adventures of an altogether different supergroup: the Mystery Incorporated crew. Yes, Gunn wrote the screenplays for both 2002's live-action "Scooby-Doo" and the 2004 sequel "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed." While the second movie may not have been nearly as big a hit as its predecessor, it did earn one true-blue fan: Bill Murray. The comedy legend and Wes Anderson regular once expressed his un...
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The Top 10 Wes Anderson Characters Ranked

If you spend much time on Twitter, you've probably noticed an excited flurry of attention (not to mention a requisite meme or two) related to the Cannes film festival premiere of Wes Anderson's latest film, "The French Dispatch." Trailers and early reviews put it squarely in the director's formalist wheelhouse, complete with meticulously-crafted sets, dry humor and a sharp, colorful acting ensemble. Many members of the all-star cast come from Anderson's stable of tried-and-true creative partners...
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Every Sofia Coppola Film Ranked From Worst To Best

Sofia Coppola is an auteur. While the usefulness and validity of that term is up for debate, Coppola is a director that fits that description completely. Her films have a particular look, one that you can recall simply by hearing her name, and share many common themes. Coppola likes how the sun looks as it peeks through the leaves. She lingers on her characters' inner lives, and she finds herself returning again and again to the topic of fame, illuminating both its pressure and its allure. Much ...
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14 Family Horror Films That Were Too Scary For Kids

Ask anyone about the memorable movies of their childhood, and chances are there will be at least one that has left some long-lasting trauma. We all remember those films that we watched at a tender and vulnerable age that scarred us for life. In some cases, it's because we watched "grown up" movies when we were too young; more often than not, though, it's because we watched a PG film that ended up containing something horrific, terrifying, or heinous that gave us nightmares for weeks. Whether it'...
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All Of Wes Anderson's Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Wes Anderson is a director whose name itself is its own genre. Although plenty of filmmakers have tried to imitate Anderson's symmetrical visuals, colorful environments, and quirky characters, there's no mistaking the look and feel of a genuine Wes Anderson film. Every one of his movies is immaculately designed and distinctly written. You can't mistake his gorgeous sets or oddball dialogue for the work of anyone else.Design is a point of obsession for Anderson, who loads his backgrounds with vis...
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The 10 Apple TV+ Movies That Justify A Subscription

Now that we've accepted that we're all going to drown in an endless sea of streaming options, apps, and a whole lot of plus signs, it's time to enjoy our fate and just keep swimming. Apple TV+ has made a name for itself with popular shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Central Park," but the streaming service's original movie selection is nothing to scoff at. For just $4.99 a month, there's plenty to get your money's worth. In no particular order, here are 10 Apple TV+ movies that justify a subscription....
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Ranking Every Jon Favreau Movie From Worst To Best

Jon Favreau has been a multi-talented Swiss Army Knife for his whole career, even if most know him only as a comedic actor. He started in the improvisation and comedy clubs of Chicago before finding his big break in Los Angeles. His first screenplay was for the movie "Swingers," which came out in 1996 and was a big success; Favreau also starred in the film, and it's on that set that he met his long-time friend Vince Vaughn, with whom he went on to collaborate frequently. He's also known for play...
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Exercise Extreme Mindfulness with These Calming Zen Rock Garden Videos

The Internet is a place where the ancient past and the modern and trend-driven can collide and produce wondrous things. The concept of ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) took off in 2007, describing the pleasurable tingling response from various stimuli, such as whispering, or quietly being read a story, or listening to the closely mic’d sounds of paper. There are currently some 13 million ASMR video channels on YouTube. Meanwhile, the idea of the Zen garden is about 800 years o...
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Scarlett Johansson's Top Movies Ranked Best To Worst

Scarlett Johansson has had a prolific and multi-faceted career. Despite portraying the character of Natasha Romanoff in the MCU for over a decade, Johansson has managed to make films that cross an impressive array of genres. She's worked in indie films and foreign films, has a second career using her voice as a musician, and more. She resists being tied down by genres or archetypes; when she's been doing the same thing for too long, she swerves, usually with great results.Johansson has had the o...
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13 Fantasy Films That Never Got Sequels

Unlike "The Lord of the Rings," not every road goes ever on and on. For every sprawling, multi-part fantasy franchise, there's at least one fantasy film that never got a sequel -- and often, that's for the best. After all, some stories lend themselves better to further world-building and epic storytelling. Others don't. Sometimes, a happily ever after needs to stay that way.Or do they? In a world where studios squeeze popular IPs for all they're worth -- and what are fantasy stories if not fairy...
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Apple TV+ releases its first original movie on… DVD?

If you’ve ever needed proof we’re stuck in a never-ending time loop, here it is: an Apple TV+ original movie is being released on Blu-Ray and DVD for the first time. Yes, you read that right. Apple‘s online streaming service is branching out into… physical media. The film in question is On the Rocks, a comedy-drama starring Rashida Jones‎ and Bill Murray, and directed by Sofia Coppola. Its upcoming release by Lionsgate on October 26 was spotted (and eventually confirmed) by Sigmund Judge. Fancy ...
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Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch Featurette Highlights Three Stories

Searchlight Pictures has revealed the first behind-the-scenes featurette for Wes Anderson’s long-awaited star-studded dramedy film The French Dispatch, starring Anderson’s long-time collaborators like Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, and more. The film had its world premiere in July at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, and it is currently set to hit the theaters on October 22. The French Dispatch featurette, which you can check out below, features interviews by Anderson, produ...
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Vacation Friends Review: A Wannabe-Raucous Comedy That Falls Flat

Would a movie like "Vacation Friends" exist if it wasn't for the COVID-19 pandemic? It's a strange question to ask, the kind of backwards notion that has become commonplace over the last 18 months. While the script for this wannabe-raucous comedy existed before the pandemic hit, the notion of a film that primarily takes place in two away-from-home locations with a limited cast probably became more appealing to a movie studio looking to make something, and make it for not much money. "Vacation Fr...
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The 20 Best Zombie Movies Of All Time

The zombie film takes up a lot of real estate in the horror genre. It ebbs and flows in terms of popularity, like anything else, but it always maintains a foothold, which speaks to how much audiences connect with the concept. Although the zombie genre has lots of tropes and general "rules," there's so much that a filmmaker can do with these brain-hungry members of the undead. After all, horror is a genre that's particularly adept at repackaging social fears and political anxieties as seemingly s...
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The 15 Best '90s Comedies Ranked

The '90s were a landmark decade for comedy films. The growth of independent filmmaking allowed unique comedic voices to reach mainstream audiences. "Saturday Night Live" generated a new batch of comedy stars, many of whom made successful screen debuts during the decade and are still active today. The old guard was still around, too, creating characters with more depth and nuance than any parts they played during the '80s. It wasn't just live-action, either; for the first time, adult animated sho...
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40 years ago, 'Stripes' starring Bill Murray was filmed in Kentucky. Look back at the movie

See the classic film "Stripes" with a special featurette with Bill Murray and Ivan Reitman 40 years after the Kentucky-made film first screened.        [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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40 years ago, 'Stripes' starring Bill Murray was shot in Kentucky. A look back at the film

See the classic film "Stripes" with a special featurette with Bill Murray and Ivan Reitman 40 years after the Kentucky-made film first screened.        [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Early Reactions Call It 'Nostalgia Done Right'

Now that Ghostbusters: Afterlife has finally had its first screening, its viewers have gone to heaven. Or so it seems, according to the various critics who got an early look at director Jason Reitman’s follow-up to his father’s beloved 1984 classic movie, and who have practically nothing but nice things to say about…Read more...
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20 Movies About Time Travel Ranked Worst To Best

The notion of time travel is both inherently human (who wouldn't want the opportunity to see what the world will be like after they're gone, or to revisit the cherished memories of the past?) and intensely cinematic. So, it makes sense that it's a theme we see revisited in film time and time again. However, while time travel is rooted in science fiction, time travel movies embrace a variety of different genres. We're not limited to just sci-fi action-adventures (there are plenty of those, though...
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Apple's 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' to Premiere at the London Film Festival

Upcoming Apple TV+ movie "The Tragedy of Macbeth" is set to premiere at the BFI London Film Festival on the final day of the event, Sunday, October 17. Apple also plans to offer preview screenings of the film at London Film Festival partner cinemas across the UK. Written by Joel Coen, "The Tragedy of Macbeth" is set to star Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand. Filmed entirely in black and white, the movie is described as a "bold and fierce adaptation of Shakespeare's classic, a tale of m...
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Bill Murray: Golf-loving Ghostbusters star given hand-forged putter

When the comedy star needed a new putter, who was he gonna call? A County Antrim blacksmith of course.
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14 docked boats you can book on Airbnb including the original 'Caddyshack' yacht

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Airbnb You don't necessarily need sailing skills to spend a night on the water. Houseboats across the US may be rented on Airbnb and make for a truly unique stay. We found Airbnb boats across the country ranging from $114 to $436 per night. There's nothing quite like an escape on the water - and we're not talking about a lakeside cabin.Rather, sleeping on the water, in the form of an Airbnb...
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Wes Anderson’s Next Movie adds Bryan Cranston, Jeffrey Wright, Hope Davis, and Liev Schreiber

At this point, you might think that every person in Hollywood has been cast in Wes Anderson‘s new movie. It’s like he’s on a quest to nip this Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon business in the bud. In the future, we’ll all just be playing Two Degrees of Wes Anderson because any living actor you can think of will only be a couple of layers removed, at most, from an Anderson film. Every week or two, it feels like we get a new piece of casting news regarding his latest, and this week is no different. You...
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Scarlett Johansson Joins Wes Anderson’s Next Film

Wes Anderson‘s next movie has just picked up another Oscar nominee. Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story, Jojo Rabbit) is the latest A-list actor to sign on to Anderson’s mysterious new project, joining the likes of Tom Hanks and Margot Robbie. Here’s what we know about the movie so far. (Spoiler alert: it isn’t much!) I, for one, would love it if Anderson would release an actual title for this movie so we can stop referring to it as “Wes Anderson’s next movie,” but alas, the famously eclectic ...
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Scarlett Johansson Joins Wes Anderson’s Next Movie

Scarlett Johansson has found her follow-up to the lawsuit against Disney that recently sent Hollywood spinning. The Oscar-nominated star of “Marriage Story” and “Jojo Rabbit” has joined the A-list cast of Wes Anderson’s latest project, sure to be another impeccably directed and intensely realized foray into auteur-ism. She joins an ensemble that already boasts previous […]
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Jason Schwartzman, Rupert Friend the Latest Wes Anderson Regulars to Join His Mystery Film

Wes Anderson has added a friend and a Friend to his next movie. The filmmaker’s newest, The French Dispatch, hasn’t even opened yet, but Anderson is already shooting this next effort. And what’s it about? We don’t know! But we do know he’s just added Jason Schwartzman and Rupert Friend to the cast. Schwartzman has worked with Anderson multiple times already, and Friend is also in The French Dispatch, suggesting that Anderson liked working with him and is ready to make the actor one of his recur...
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15 Once-Great Movies the Pandemic Completely Ruined

There’s some new foolishness in the wind, you might not be surprised to learn, in the form of a, er, viral meme suggesting it was a vaccination program gone awry that created the “zombies” in the film I Am Legend. This is, apparently, a reason to be cautious of the real-life COVID vaccines.Read more...
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Margot Robbie Joins Wes Anderson’s Newest Feature

Following the recent casting of Oscar winner Tom Hanks, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Academy Award nominee Margot Robbie has officially signed on in her first project with acclaimed filmmaker Wes Anderson. Further details about the upcoming film’s plot and characters are still being kept under wraps, but production is expected to begin in Spain later this month. RELATED: Greta Gerwig to Direct WB’s Margot Robbie-Led Barbie Movie The untitled project, which is rumored to be a love stor...
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