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Daily Podcast: Life-Changing Films, Movies That Fall Apart in Act 3, and More

On the May 4, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to answer some listener questions from the mailbag. In The Mailbag :   Hi gang, Hakim from Los Angeles writing in. I’m curious: what current/historical event or subculture would you all want to be explored in a film that hasn’t been (doc or narrative) ? Love the show. Keep up the a...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Men In Black, Chris, James, Peter, Ben, Vince, Matt, Manila Philippines, Ben Pearson, Hakim, Donnie, Hardcore Henry, Jacob Hall


‘Nobody’ Director Ilya Naishuller on Shooting Clean Action and Avoiding Shaky Cam [Interview]

Ilya Naishuller doesn’t let a second go to waste in Nobody. It’s a lean and mean R-rated action-comedy that begins and ends with a relentless pace while never forsaking character. Still, compared to Naishuller’s directorial debut, Hardcore Henry, his second feature is patient. The musician-filmmaker threw everything he had into the kitchen sink with his first (love-it-or-hate-it) action movie. Naishuller first directing credit, however, was a music video for his Russian indie rock band, called ...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Features, Canada, Universal, Bob, Connie Nielsen, Rza, Derek, Henry, Winnipeg, Greg, Leningrad, Christopher Lloyd, Hutch, David Leitch


Universal Sets New Release Dates for Bob Odenkirk’s ‘Nobody,’ Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’

Universal Pictures and Focus Features have juggled a couple key releases on their 2021-2022 schedule. Just a month ahead of its planned Feb. 26 wide release date, Universal has announced that “Nobody,” starring Emmy-winner Bob Odenkirk, will move back two months to April 2. Directed by “Hardcore Henry” filmmaker Ilya Naishuller and “John Wick” franchise […]
Tags: Bob Odenkirk, News, Michael Bay, Edgar Wright, Universal Pictures, John Wick, Ilya Naishuller, Hardcore Henry, Universal Pictures and Focus Features


‘Nobody’ Trailer: Bob Odenkirk Enacts Bloody Vengeance in a Thriller From the ‘John Wick’ Producers

John Wick, meet…Nobody. Bob Odenkirk has completed his transformation into action hero with the upcoming R-rated thriller, Nobody, a film written by John Wick scribe Derek Kolstad and produced by David Leitch, director of Atomic Blonde (and the un-credited co-director of the first John Wick). And with the team behind John Wick to support him, it’s no wonder that Odenkirk feels legitimately like an heir to Keanu Reeves’ assassin, or at least like his older brother — who will mow down many Russia...
Tags: Bob-Odenkirk, Movies, Movie Trailers, Connie Nielsen, Tobey Maguire, Keanu Reeves, John Wick, Christopher Lloyd, Hutch, David Leitch, Ilya Naishuller, Nobody, Action/Adventure, Odenkirk, Hardcore Henry, Derek Kolstad


10 Sci-Fi Action Movies to Watch if You Miss Thrill Rides

We can’t go to theme parks right now. That means no funnel cakes, no turkey legs, no churros, and definitely no roller coasters. What wouldn’t any one of us give to scream our head off on a roller coaster right now? Well, it turns out, you may have one or two in your movie collection.Read more...
Tags: Science, Avatar, Gravity, Aliens, Theme Parks, Mad Max Fury Road, Edge Of Tomorrow, John Wick, Dead Alive, Hardcore Henry, Dredd, Crank, Watch It Nerds, Sci Fi Action Movies


We Now Have to Wait Until February to See Bob Odenkirk as an Action Movie Star

Universal is making some more changes to its release date calendar due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While other studios are still hoping to release movies in late July despite the near future remaining unclear, the folks at Universal aren’t taking any chances – they’ve moved Nobody, their Bob Odenkirk action movie, until February of next year. Get the details on that below, and learn what’s happening with M. Night Shyamalan‘s new movie as well. Nobody was originally set to open in the...
Tags: Hbo, Bob-Odenkirk, Movies, Amc, Thriller, Universal, Conan O Brien, Hollywood Reporter, Shyamalan, John Wick, Ilya Naishuller, Nobody, Action/Adventure, M.-Night-Shyamalan, Odenkirk, Release Dates


Universal Pushes Bob Odenkirk’s Nobody, Untitled M. Night Shyamalan Thriller

Universal pushes Bob Odenkirk’s Nobody, untitled M. Night Shyamalan theater Universal is changing two more of its upcoming release calendar as it has announced that the Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) and Connie Nielsen (Wonder Woman)-led action-thriller Nobody has moved from its August 2020 release to February 26, 2021, and has pulled an untitled M. Night Shyamalan (Glass) thriller. RELATED: M. Night Shyamalan Teases His Next Two Thriller Films With Universal The August 14 release date wa...
Tags: Post, Bob Odenkirk, Movies, Cdc, Disney, Sony, Seth Rogen, Universal, Nielsen, M. Night Shyamalan, Joaquin Phoenix, Steven Spielberg, Universal Pictures, Ivan, John Wick, Hutch


How to shoot “Hardcore Henry” style first person video

If you haven’t seen it by now, or even heard of it, Hardcore Henry is a feature length movie shot entirely in the first person. You can check out the trailer here. It’s a challenging concept that’s been tried before. Often badly – remember Doom? Cameras have become much smaller since 2005, though, and while still […] The post How to shoot “Hardcore Henry” style first person video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Tutorials, Tutorial, First Person, Henry, Hardcore Henry, Cinecom, Jordy Vandeput, Filming Techniques


Now Scream This: Vampire Found Footage, Deranged Killers, and One Wacky Killer Kid Movie

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: Welcome back, screamers and streamers! This week, for absolutely no other reason than morbid curiosity, I challenged myself to mine five underrated found footage nuggets. Not obvious titles like Paranormal Activity , either. I’d venture to bet there’s one or two entries listed below that you eit...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, Time, US, Features, Netflix, Chris, Elizabeth, Den, Lee, Matt, Rex Reed, Eduardo Sanchez, Derek Lee, Gareth Evans


‘Baby Driver’ and the Ongoing Evolution of Cinematic Action

As a die-hard action junkie, I constantly find myself pondering how this genre fights creative staleness. After decades of pulverized bodies and eviscerated landscapes, you’d assume filmmakers would be spinning the same bloody chainsaw blades by now. Can Hollywood forever recycle an “Expendables” formula by plugging in different renegades, a new villain, and loads more henchman deaths? At what point do franchises like Fast and Furious push too far and become ridiculous farces? How do you sustai...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Indonesia, Kung Fu, America, Urban, Features, Olympus, Keanu Reeves, Skull Island, Edgar Wright, Jackson Pollock, Tom, Wright, Kong


/Filmcast Ep. 399 – The Top 10 Films of 2016

David, Devindra and Jeff discuss the top 10 films of 2016. What were the biggest movie trends of the year? Which movies broke through the noise? Which movies disappointed? Tune in to find out. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook! Download or Play Now in Browser: Devindra’s Top 10 1. Moonlight 2. La La Land 3. The Handmaiden 4. American Honey 5. Manchester by the Sea 6. Arrival 7. Hunt for the ...
Tags: Movies, America, Manchester, Green Room, Moonlight, Moana, Jeff, Weiner, Swiss Army, Kubo, Swiss Army Man, La La Land, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, Hardcore Henry


Great Scifi Movies You May Have Missed in 2016 (But Shouldn't Have)

It’s a holiday weekend, which probably means you have some down time. What better activity, while you’re digesting that leftover Turkey, than catching up on some of 2016's best scifi and fantasy films ?Read more...
Tags: Science, Movies, Superlist, Turkey, Synchronicity, The Lobster, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Out Of The Shadows, High Rise, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Swiss Army Man, Lazer Team, The Witch, Southbound, Hardcore Henry, Midnight Special, Kubo and the Two Strings


/Filmcast Ep. 362 – Hardcore Henry (and Batman v. Superman follow-up)

David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the amazing debut season of American Crime Story, get turned off by the bro-ish antics of Everybody Wants Some, praise the uncomfortableness of The Invitation, and discuss their further thoughts on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as well as the Rogue One teaser. Be sure to read Monica Castillo’s review of Everybody Wants Some, how Karyn Kusama made a comeback, and see behind-the-scenes footage from Hardcore Henry. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(A...
Tags: Superman, David, Batman, Oj Simpson, Henry, Jeff, Karyn Kusama, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, Hardcore Henry, Monica Castillo, Better Call Saul S1 Featured Review


Box office hits and misses: The Boss beats Batman V. Superman

The free-fall of Warner Bros. Pictures' Batman V. Superman continued over the weekend, with Melissa McCarthy's R-rated comedy The Boss knocking the superhero mash-up movie out of the top spot. The post Box office hits and misses: The Boss beats Batman V. Superman appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman V Superman, Melissa Mccarthy, Warner Bros Pictures, Movies & TV, Box Office Hits And Misses, Hardcore Henry, The Boss


Box office hits and misses: Batman V. Superman gets bumped by The Boss

The free-fall of Warner Bros. Pictures' Batman V. Superman continued over the weekend, with Melissa McCarthy's R-rated comedy The Boss knocking the superhero mash-up movie out of the top spot. The post Box office hits and misses: Batman V. Superman gets bumped by The Boss appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman V Superman, Melissa Mccarthy, Warner Bros Pictures, Movies & TV, Box Office Hits And Misses, Hardcore Henry, The Boss


Melissa McCarthy’s ‘The Boss’ Ties With ‘Batman v Superman’ at Box Office

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and Melissa McCarthy’s “The Boss” are headed down to the wire in a tight fight for the top spot at the U.S. box office at about $22 million each this weekend. Universal’s “The Boss” ruled Friday with an estimated $8.1 million in its opening day at 3,480 sites —... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Superman, Box Office, Batman, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Melissa Mccarthy, Hardcore Henry, The Boss


‘Hardcore Henry’ Behind-the-Scenes Footage Is as Wild as You’d Expect

When I interviewed Hardcore Henry director Ilya Naishuller at SXSW last month, we spent a fair amount of time talking about how shooting this film was a total pain in the ass. But that’s what you get when you set out to make a first-person perspective action movie – you get a lot of hard days and long nights and migraine headaches. And while I have mixed feelings on Hardcore Henry, the film is impressively assembled and utterly unlike anything you’ve seen before and the process of how it was sh...
Tags: Moscow, Sxsw, Stx Entertainment, Henry, Ilya Naishuller, Action/Adventure, Behind the Scenes Footage, Haley Bennett She, Henry Five, Akan Danila Kozlovsky, Jimmy Sharlto Copley, Henry You, Hardcore Henry, Naishuller


Between the Streams podcast: Rogue One, Hardcore Henry, Charlize Theron, and more

Between the Streams, DT’s entertainment show/podcast, is your guide to all of the latest (and dumbest) developments in TV and movies. This week: the Rogue One trailer, Hardcore Henry opens, Charlize Theron joins Fast 8, and so much more. The post Between the Streams podcast: Rogue One, Hardcore Henry, Charlize Theron, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Podcasts, Home Theater, The Path, Rogue One, Henry, Charlize Theron, Movies & TV, Hardcore Henry, Between the Streams, Henry Charlize Theron


‘Batman v Superman’ and Melissa McCarthy in Dead Heat at Box Office

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and Melissa McCarthy’s “The Boss” are locked in a battle for U.S. box office supremacy, with each heading for $23 million this weekend, early estimates showed Friday. Updated forecasts showed Warner Bros.’ third weekend of “Batman v Superman” coming in slightly under recent projections of a $25 million and... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Superman, Box Office, Batman, Warner Bros, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Melissa Mccarthy, Hardcore Henry, The Boss


Box Office: Melissa McCarthy’s ‘The Boss’ Does Serious Business Thursday Night

Melissa McCarthy’s comedy “The Boss” has launched with a decent $985,000 at 2,533 sites at Thursday night preview showings in North America. Showings began at 7 p.m. The opening weekend of Universal’s “The Boss,” which is launching at 3,482 sites,  is expected to gross about $21 million. That should  provide a serious challenge to Warner... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, North America, Melissa Mccarthy, Hardcore Henry, The Boss, Batman v Superman:Dawn of Justice, Warner Read


How Hardcore Henry Pulled Off This Insane Action Scene

The first-person action movie might strain belief (and your tolerance for motion sickness) but it's a hell of a lot of fun. The post How Hardcore Henry Pulled Off This Insane Action Scene appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Culture, Filmmaking, Henry, Hardcore Henry


Inside the World's First POV Action Movie: 'Everybody Has To Be Awake or Somebody Could Die'

Hardcore Henry is the world’s first fully first-person action movie, in which the audience sees from the point of view of the main character. That’s a simple idea, but making it happen was insanely complicated—and dangerous. People were, at times, flirting with death. But for director Ilya Naishuller and star Sharlto Copley, the long, hard road to the film’s April 8 release was worth it.Read more...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Henry, Ilya Naishuller, Hardcore Henry, Sharlto Copley, Ilyn Naishuller


Alamo Drafthouse PSA: ‘Hardcore Henry’ Will Beat the Hell Out of You for Talking & Texting

In one week, you’ll be able to experience an action movie in from the point of view of the hero as Hardcore Henry turns the big screen into your own cinematic video game. But before then, the cinephiles at the Alamo Drafthouse want to make sure you’re still being courteous by avoiding talking and texting in the movie theater. However, if you happen to forget the rules, Henry and his friend Jimmy (Sharlto Copley) aren’t going to let you get away with it. In fact, they’ll beat the hell out of you...
Tags: Sxsw, Henry, Alamo Drafthouse, Ilya Naishuller, Video Of The Day, Jimmy Sharlto Copley, Hardcore Henry, Sharlto Copley, Hardcore Henry Alamo Drafthouse PSA, Henry Will


How the Next Season of Game of Thrones Will Avoid Spoiling the Books

Shane Black talks Predator and Doc Savage. Tom Hiddleston denies those James Bond rumors. Scott Gimple hypes up The Walking Dead’s Negan. Plus, Marvel’s Most Wanted and American Gods casting, and some timey-wimey pictures from next week’s Flash. To me, my Spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Spider-Man, Walking Dead, Gotham, Flash, James Bond, Game Of Thrones, Predator, 12 Monkeys, Editors Picks, Supergirl, Lucifer, Morning Spoilers, Shane Black, Hardcore Henry, Scott Gimple, Doc Savage


Everything We Saw at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival

Few film festivals offer the breadth and variety of SXSW and this year was no exception. During my eight days there, I saw gentle comedies, brutal horror movies, fascinating dramas produced on shoestring budgets, inventive documentaries and even an R-rated animated film about talking food. It was one helluva week. Here is everything that I watched, including the (often very good!) movies that didn’t get full reviews. Don’t Breathe Once Don’t Breathe finds its rhythm, it becomes one of the...
Tags: Pet, Texas, New York City, Features, Movie Reviews, Richard Linklater, Robocop, Paul Verhoeven, Sxsw, Henry, Pee-wee's Big Holiday, Don, Under The Shadow, Tower, Christopher Lloyd, Linklater


‘Hardcore Henry’ Director Ilya Naishuller on How Making a First-Person Action Movie Is a Pain the Butt [SXSW Interview]

I had many conflicting thoughts about Hardcore Henry, one of the most impressively made movies to ever leave me unsure of what I just watched. But there is one thing I can say for sure: director Ilya Naishuller is a guy we should be keeping an eye on. No matter what you think of his ultra-violent, incredibly silly action film, there is no doubt that it is an impressive technical achievement. I can safely say that Naishuller, his crew, and his death-defying stuntmen have created a movie that is ...
Tags: Interviews, Features, Skype, Sxsw, Stx Entertainment, Henry, Timur, Ilya Naishuller, Action/Adventure, Timur Bekmambetov, Hardcore Henry, SXSW Interview, Naishuller, Henry Ilya Naishuller, Henry Director Ilya Naishuller


‘Hardcore Henry’ is Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before, For Better and Worse [SXSW Review]

Hardcore Henry is less of a movie and more of a 95-minute assault on good taste, a bloody theme park ride in filmic clothing, and/or the gruesome collision of the video gaming and cinematic languages. It’s a singular experience that’s truly unlike any other movie, and for some viewers, it will still be, understandably, one film of its kind too many. But Hardcore Henry isn’t lazy and it isn’t half-assed and it is in no way derivative – for better and worse, it is an ambitious undertaking that ac...
Tags: Movie Reviews, Robocop, Paul Verhoeven, Sxsw, Stx Entertainment, Henry, Jimmy, Ilya Naishuller, Gaspar Noé, Action/Adventure, Jimmy Sharlto Copley, Hardcore Henry, SXSW Review, Better and Worse, Naishuller


2016 SXSW Preview: 10 Things We’re Excited to See

Year after year, SXSW proves itself to be one of the best film festivals in the world, offering an astonishing variety of programming that appeals to every taste. Emotional arthouse dramas? Yep. An always stellar documentary line-up? You betcha. An insane midnight program that offers a look at bonkers movies from all over the world? Of course. Gigantic premieres and previews for upcoming studio releases and high anticipated TV shows? Take a guess. So when we decided to limit our 2016 SXSW previ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Drama, Documentary, Horror, Features, Animation, Moscow, Richard Linklater, New York Magazine, Sxsw, Preacher, Outcast, Henry, Pee-wee's Big Holiday, Austin Texas


World’s first feature length “first person shooter” movie coming soon, to a theatre near you

Shot almost entirely on GoPro cameras, and several years in the making, Hardcore Henry is hoping to set a new standard in action movies. Described by Engadget as “A mix of Jason Bourne, Captain America, and Call of Duty”, it definitely looks like it’ll be different from pretty much every action movie we’ve ever seen so far. [...] The post World’s first feature length “first person shooter” movie coming soon, to a theatre near you appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: News, America, Movie, Gopro, Henry, Engadget, Indie Movies, Jason Bourne, Hardcore Henry, Head Mount