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Every Ghostbusters: Afterlife Main Character Ranked Worst To Best

The development of the "Ghostbusters" franchise has been fascinating to watch unfold. Ivan Reitman's 1984 original is one of the rare movies that could be described as "perfect." How could you possibly combine fantasy, broad comedy, horror, satire, sharp dialogue, improv, and the strong personalities of the cast into a comprehensive 105 minutes? Not every beloved classic of the '80s holds up in a modern context, but "Ghostbusters" has proven it can stand the test of time.Expectations were certai...
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The 18 Best Action Movie Actors Ranked

Gone are the days in which a marquee name could draw in a crowd all on its own. Studios now tend to prioritize projects based on their relation to established franchises or source material, and the number of actors who can successfully sell tickets for roles that aren't part of a recurring series or comic book adaptation are remarkably low.Ironically, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is perhaps the only actor of his generation with a consistent fanbase, but despite his winning personality, Johnson's tr...
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4 Reputation Management Realities That All Brands Now Face

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A new taxonomy of the "Dad Thriller" movie genre

A recent edition of Max Read's newsletter presented what he called "notes toward a theory of the Dad Thriller" — an aesthetic discussion of a unique filmic subgenre that, though common, has not been sufficiently defined by critics. Enter: the Dad Thriller. — Read the rest
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The 12 Best Sci-Fi Western Movies Ranked

The western and science fiction genres have always been closely intertwined. Both require signature imagery, exciting action-adventure setpieces, and instantly recognizable heroes and villains; both can be utilized to reflect on larger societal issues. If westerns look at the past from a more nuanced perspective, sci-fi projects explore the future based on the reality that currently exists.Western heroes were highly influential in the early days of science fiction. There wouldn't be modern sci-f...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Nasa, Earth, United States, Clint Eastwood, Arizona, Buck Rogers, Mars, Harrison Ford, Quentin Tarantino, Pixar, Robert Zemeckis, Taylor Kitsch, Tom Hardy


Hollywood Ignored a Safe, Realistic Alternative to Guns Long Before the ‘Rust’ Tragedy

Years before the “Rust” tragedy would cause urgent conversations about guns on set, Hollywood had a safe and realistic alternative that it ignored. The proprietary technology was shown to industry leaders and movie stars in the corners of conventions and trade shows, in the sleek offices of venture capital firms, and in dazzling proof-of-concept footage […]
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Chris Columbus Would Love To Make Harry Potter And The Cursed Child With The Movie Cast

Chris Columbus directed the inaugural two Harry Potter movies, the first of which, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week. He helped establish the franchise on film when the students of Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry were all young kids. The main actors, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint are all in their 30s now, which makes them about the same age as the adult versions of their characters in the stage play, "Harry Potter...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Broadway, Harry Potter, Harry, Johnny Depp, Rupert Grint, Harrison Ford, West End, Daniel Radcliffe, Columbus, Emma, J K Rowling, Dumbledore


Dean Stockwell, Quantum Leap Star, Is Dead At 85

It is with great sadness that we must report (via Variety) that beloved character actor Dean Stockwell has passed away at age 85. The actor, who had been quietly retired and creating art at his residence in Taos, New Mexico since 2016, died peacefully in his sleep at his home.Born into a family of entertainers and a child actor on stage and screen since age eight, Stockwell built up a steady career as a working actor with over 200 credits. His fame peaked in the late eighties when he co-starred ...
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Why Spielberg Traded Cape Fear To Scorsese For Schindler's List

"Schindler's List" won Steven Spielberg his first Academy Award for Best Director, and it's hard to imagine anyone else helming the film. "Cape Fear" is a little different in that Martin Scorsese's 1991 version is a remake of a 1962 thriller directed by J. Lee Thompson. Scorsese reused the score by Bernard Herrmann and reused actors like Robert Mitchum and Gregory Peck. We don't have to imagine what it would be like for someone other than him to helm "Cape Fear," because someone else already did...
Tags: Movies, Berlin Wall, Bill Murray, Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt, Scorsese, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Universal Pictures, Nick Nolte, Murray, Martin Scorsese, Bernard Herrmann, Auschwitz


Every Luc Besson Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Luc Besson is different things to different people. A director of memorable genre films ("The Professional," "The Fifth Element"). A writer of action hits with no fewer than five successful franchises to his name ("Taxi," "The Transporter," "District B13," "Taken," "Nikita"). A businessman with poor bookkeeping skills. A real prick and alleged rapist. But for now at least, he and his nearly three-decades of directorial efforts are solely the subject of this wholly necessary and incontrovertible ...
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Democrats are set to unveil a new billionaire's tax and some of the wealthiest Americans are glad. Here are some of the ultrawealthy who want higher taxes.

'Shark Tank' star Mark Cuban Christopher Willard/ABC via Getty Images To pay for Biden's social spending agenda, Democrats are considering a new tax targeting billionaires. Billionaires including Mark Cuban, Marc Benioff, Ray Dalio, and George Soros have publicly called for higher taxes on the wealthy. A wealth tax would make ultrawealthy Americans pay the government a small percentage of their net worth each year. In 2020, Bill Gates' New Year's resolution was to get ...
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Tourist returns Harrison Ford's credit card after star loses it in Italy

It was the saga of Indiana Jones and the Lost Ark, or in this case Harrison Ford and the lost credit card.
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Tales From The Box Office: How Blade Runner 2049 Became A Cautionary Tale

(Welcome to Tales from the Box Office, our column that examines box office miracles, disasters, and everything in between, as well as what we can learn from them.)It is no secret that Hollywood loves a franchise play in the modern age. The success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Star Wars," "Harry Potter," and "Transformers," among many others, has forced studios to try and do whatever they can to get a leg-up on the competition with recognizable IP that can generate several sequels, if not a...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ford, Box Office, Warner Bros, Harrison Ford, Ridley Scott, Philip K Dick, Alcon Entertainment, Dune, Scott, Villeneuve, Denis Villeneuve, Deckard, Sicario Ryan Gosling


Harrison Ford Reunited With Lost Credit Card in Sicily

Police in Sicily said Saturday that American actor Harrison Ford was reunited with his lost credit card while on a beach holiday, thanks to a German tourist.
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How Blade Runner's Production Was Almost Shut Down During Its Final Days

Rightly regarded now as a classic, the original "Blade Runner" faced many significant hurdles on its road to movie greatness. Ridley Scott's 1982 film utilized some of the neon from the set of Francis Ford Coppola's Las Vegas-set musical romance, "One from the Heart," the same box-office bomb that — together with Michael Cimino's "Heaven's Gate" — traditionally demarcates the end of the New Hollywood era. "Blade Runner" came at the tail end of that fertile period when filmmakers like Scott, Copp...
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Official Competition: IFC Films Nabs Penélope Cruz & Antonio Banderas-Led Spanish Comedy

According to Variety, IFC Films has successfully acquired the North American distribution rights to the acclaimed Spanish comedy film Official Competition, which is being led by Oscar winner Penélope Cruz and Oscar nominee Antonio Banderas. IFC is planning to release the film in theaters next year. “Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas shine together on screen in Official [Competition],” IFC Films Arianna Bocco said in a statement. “Their chemistry is undeniable, and we believe U.S. audiences will...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Spain, Ifc, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, Indiana Jones, Ifc Films, Ivan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn


Is Harrison Ford really going back in time for the new Indiana Jones?

Rumours are rife that, with its star nearing 80, Indy 5 will resort to the oldest trick in the book to keep him youngHow do you solve a problem like your action-movie leading man being nearly 80 and presumably no longer able to get under those rolling boulders quite as he once did? For the new 1960s-set Indiana Jones movie, once again starring Harrison Ford as the ageing adventurer and disturber of ancient tombs, there are rumours that the answer might just be time travel.Fans this week have bee...
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Joe Montana & John Candy (Leadership & Group Mood)

I agree with former N.B.A. star Charles Barkley: Athletes aren't role models. [1] But we don't need to put athletes up on a pedestal to acknowledge that at times they do exemplify certain characteristics that the rest of us may seek to emulate. One example is the ability to perform at peak levels in stressful circumstances, a challenge faced by almost all of my clients. More specifically, my clients are generally in leadership positions where they're responsible for helping a group of people p...
Tags: Leadership, Montana, Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco, Communication, Nike, Miami, Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise, John Candy, Hall of Fame, Joe Montana, Michael Douglas, Kevin Costner, Barkley, HARRIS


Joe Montana and John Candy (Leadership & Group Mood)

I agree with former N.B.A. star Charles Barkley: Athletes aren't role models. [1] But we don't need to put athletes up on a pedestal to acknowledge that at times they do exemplify certain characteristics that the rest of us may seek to emulate. One example is the ability to perform at peak levels in stressful circumstances, a challenge faced by almost all of my clients. More specifically, my clients are generally in leadership positions where they're responsible for helping a group of people p...
Tags: Leadership, Montana, Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco, Communication, Nike, Miami, Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise, John Candy, Hall of Fame, Joe Montana, Michael Douglas, Kevin Costner, Barkley, HARRIS


John Wick Prequel The Continental Somehow Finds An Actor Capable Of Playing A Young Ian McShane

Today brings more casting news for "The Continental," the upcoming miniseries set in the same universe as the "John Wick" films. We recently learned that Mel Gibson is set to take part in the show, which hails from Lionsgate and Starz, though that decision was met with some backlash, for obvious reasons. Setting that aside for a moment, it has been revealed who will be playing a young Winston in the prequel.According to Variety, the series has enlisted Colin Woodell ("Unfriended: Dark Web," "The...
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14% Of Star Wars Fans Think This Was The Best Sequel Trilogy Character – Do We Agree?

Yet another Death Star. Luke tossing away his lightsaber. Palpatine returning from the dead. Say what you want about the quality of the "Star Wars" sequels trilogy, it had plenty of controversial moments to get the geeks gnashing their teeth. Here in our galaxy, it was a time of white-hot takes and Twitter flame wars that made the action in the three movies look pretty friendly by comparison.Even for more neutral viewers, it was a bit of a rollercoaster. "The Force Awakens" restored many people'...
Tags: Movies, Carrie Fisher, Darth Vader, Harrison Ford, Johnson, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Rian Johnson, Leia, Finn, Kylo Ren, Poe, Rey, Snoke, J J Abrams, Palpatine


20th Century Spielberg Movies Ranked Worst To Best

Steven Spielberg may not be your favorite film director, but the odds are quite good that you love at least one or five of his movies. He's also the kind of filmmaker whose talents are undeniable -- go ahead, try to deny them. You can't! His work may be too schmaltzy or pure for some, but Spielberg's innate ability and craftsmanship are present in every film he makes, from his very first features to his most recent. It makes ranking his work, already a subjective minefield, a bit more challengin...
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Harrison Ford Is Back On The Indiana Jones 5 Set Following Injury

The one and only is back in the saddle! I'm talking about Harrison Ford, of course, who was photographed returning to the set of "Indiana Jones 5" on October 18, following an injury that took him off the shooting schedule for some time.The 79-year-old legend was spotted giving his costar Antonio Banderas a bear hug on the set of the film in Italy on Monday, and both the "Star Wars" actor and the "Legend of Zorro" star appeared to be in great spirits and were seen smiling and laughing in the phot...
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Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Feature Phoebe Waller-Bridge & Harrison Ford

Another batch of behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Lucasfilm’s Indiana Jones 5 have made its way online (via Just Jared) as production continues in Italy. The photos, which you can check out below, provided us with a new look at Harrison Ford’s titular adventurer, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s mystery character, making this the first time that the two leading stars were seen together. Oscar nominee Antonio Banderas is also included in the one of the photos with his back turned towards the ca...
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The 12 Best Star Wars Books Ever Written

In the "Star Wars" universe, films and television shows may be the big events, but literature has been integral to the franchise since the very beginning. The first piece of "Star Wars" media ever released was the official novelization by author Alan Dean Foster, titled "Star Wars: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker," which hit bookstores in November 1976, months before the film arrived in theaters. Two years later, Foster returned to pen the first official spinoff novel, "Splinter of the Min...
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Marvel Studios Pushes Back Entire 2022 Slate, Indiana Jones 5 Delayed Almost A Full Year

It would seem that the coronavirus pandemic isn't done messing with the upcoming slate of blockbusters from Marvel Studios. Last April, "Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness" and "Thor: Love & Thunder" were pushed back due to the delay of the release of this year's "Black Widow," "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" and "Eternals." Even though all those movies made it to the finish line, the rest of the upcoming Marvel Studios movies have been significantly pushed back yet again, ...
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Indiana Jones 5 Delay Pushes Sequel Back a Year

Production is currently ongoing on Indiana Jones 5 in Italy, but Disney has already pushed the sequel back a year. Originally set for a July 29, 2022 release, the film will now come out on June 30, 2023. That’s a delay of nearly a full year and comes after Disney also restructured its upcoming release schedule and delayed several Marvel films. RELATED: Indiana Jones 5 Set Photos Show First Look at Phoebe Waller-Bridge Indiana Jones 5 will once again be led by Harrison Ford as he reprises one of ...
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Blade Runner 2049 Ending Explained: A Fresh Twist On The Old Chosen One Narrative

One of the most interesting things about "Blade Runner 2049" is its subversive ending. In the 2010s, after making a couple of top-notch thrillers — "Prisoners" and "Sicario" — director Denis Villeneuve entered a new sci-fi phase in his career with "Arrival" and "Blade Runner 2049." "Arrival" garnered eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director for Villeneuve, whereas "Blade Runner 2049" earned accolades more in the technical categories. It was considered a box offic...
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The 10 Best Romance Movies Of The Last 10 Years

When we think of romantic movies, our minds most often go straight to rom-coms, the most enduringly popular romance sub-genre. However, romantic stories can be found in fantasies, war movies, historical epics, literary adaptations, and indie dramas, among many other genres. While I do enjoy a cheesy rom-com, my most beloved and re-watched romantic movies are more likely to be dramas or period films. And that's why you're only going to find one rom-com on this list of the 10 best romances of the ...
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