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Bette Midler Has Divine Comeback To Trump’s ‘Parasite’ Comments

After the president complained about the Oscar win, she tweeted, "I’m more upset that a parasite won the White House."
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The Batman Set Photos Reveal Better Look at Robert Pattinson’s Batsuit

The Batman set photos reveal better look at Robert Pattinson’s Batsuit As production continues for The Batman, new behind-the-scenes photos from the set of director Matt Reeves’ highly-anticipated DC film have arrived online through Twitter (via Comic Book), featuring Robert Pattinson’s stunt double as he rides on the new version of the Batcycle, which first made its live-action film appearance in 1997’s Batman & Robin. The photos also give us a much better look at the cool design and new de...
Tags: UK, Movies, Ben Affleck, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Oscar, Colin Farrell, Batman, Dc, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves, Warner Bros Pictures


Matt Reeves Hints At The Batman’s Year One Connection

Matt Reeves hints at Batman: Year One connection Matt Reeves took to Twitter yesterday to celebrate the birthday of Bruce Wayne, who is portrayed by Robert Pattinson (The Lighthouse) in Reeves’ upcoming The Batman, and in doing so shared a panel from the iconic comic story arc “Year One.” With his film reportedly set to explore the hero in his younger years, this Tweet appears to be Reeves potentially hinting at a connection between Frank Miller’s story and the film. RELATED: Ben Affleck Op...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Oscar, Colin Farrell, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves, Bruce, Skywalker


CS Interview: Chris Sanders on The Call of the Wild

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Chris Sanders on The Call of the Wild ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with director Chris Sanders about bringing the iconic American adventure novel The Call of the Wild by Jack London to life in his solo directorial debut led by Harrison Ford (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker). RELATED: New The Call of the Wild Clip: Harrison Ford Wants to Go On an Adventure Adapted from the beloved literary classic written by Jack London in 1903, The Call of ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, California, Tom Hanks, Fox, Ford, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Brad Bird, Extras, Sanders, Burton, Thornton, Clark Gable, Charlton Heston, Jack London


New The Call of the Wild Clip: Harrison Ford Wants to Go On an Adventure

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Call of the Wild clip: Harrison Ford wants to go on an adventure Ahead of its theatrical release tomorrow, 20th Century Studios has released a brand new clip from their upcoming adventure film adaptation of The Call of the Wild, featuring Harrison Ford’s John Thorton as he plans to take Buck on an adventure through the Canadian Yukon. Also starring Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan, you can check out the video in the player below! RELATED: The Force: James Mangold, Matt...
Tags: Video, Movies, California, Disney, Fox, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, Jack London, Chris Sanders, Karen Gillan, Movie News, Steve Asbell, Michael Green Logan, Erwin Stoff, Colin Woodell


Sumo: Armando Iannucci Reuniting with Yann Zenou for Wrestling Comedy

Sumo: Armando Iannucci reuniting with Yann Zenou for wrestling comedy Deadline is reporting that Veep creator and Oscar nominee Armando Iannucci (In the Loop, The Death of Stalin, The Thick of It) is teaming up with producer Yann Zenou (Intouchables, The Death of Stalin) on Sumo, a coming-of-age comedy that takes place in the world of amateur Sumo wrestling. RELATED: HBO Renews Avenue 5 for Second Season The film follows the story of Jonah, The film follows the story of Jonah, a silver-tongue...
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Dev Patel Prepares for Dramatic Thriller Flash Crash

Dev Patel prepares for dramatic thriller Flash Crash According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oscar nominee Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire) has signed up for the dramatic thriller Flash Crash, based on the upcoming book by Liam Vaughan, Flash Crash: A Trading Savant, a Global Manhunt, and the Most Mysterious Market Crash in History. The novel tells the true story of Navinder Singh Sarao, a brilliant man who figured out how to beat the stock market, earning millions in the process. Things t...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Movies, Mahershala Ali, Oscar, Dev Patel, New Regency, Flash Crash, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Patel, David Copperfield, Navinder Sarao, Sarao, Navinder Singh Sarao, See-saw Films


LA City Council shows some love for ‘Hair Love’

The creators of “Hair Love” were honored Wednesday, Feb. 19, by the Los Angeles City Council for their seven-minute Oscar-winning animated short that explores the challenges a father experiences while trying to prepare his daughter’s hair. The film was written and directed by former NFL wide receiver Matthew A. Cherry, who said he wanted to show what black fathers sometimes experience when trying to fix their daughters’ hair. “We really just did this project to do something that young people cou...
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Ben Affleck Opens Up About The Batman Exit

Ben Affleck opens up about The Batman exit The past few years have been a rollercoaster for the DC Extended Universe’s reboot of The Batman, with 2019 seeing a major hit come in the form of star Ben Affleck stepping down from the role, with the actor’s trip to rehab seemingly being the cause of this. In an interview with the New York Times, the 47-year-old actor opened up about his decision to exit the long-delayed project. RELATED: New The Way Back Trailer: Never Give Up On a Second Shot T...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Gotham, New York Times, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Oscar, Justice League, Colin Farrell, Batman, Jennifer Garner, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves


Model Slick Woods Suffers Another Severe Seizure That Left Her Face Swollen As She Battles Cancer

Model Slick Woods is still struggling with health complications stemming from her cancer diagnosis. In an Instagram post of Tuesday (Feb. 18), Woods shared with her fans that she had suffered yet another seizure. The seizure must have been severe because it left the model with a bruised and swollen face and swollen lips. “Man another seizure f**k the bulls**t I’m going vegan #faceplant,” she captioned the post. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Celebs, Cancer, Oscar, Pop Culture, Jazz, Miguel, Woods, Cynthia Erivo, Instagram Now, Slick Woods, Health Scares, PST Celebrities


Martin McDonagh’s Next Movie is Titled ‘The Banshees Of Inisheer,’ Will Reunite His ‘In Bruges’ Stars

Three years after he shook up Hollywood and swept Oscar season with his 2017 hit Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, director Martin McDonagh is heading back home for his next film. In more ways than one: The British-Irish director’s next film, which will take place in his native Ireland, will reunite McDonagh with his In Bruges stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. The film will follow two lifelong friends in Ireland whose friendship comes to an abrupt halt. Variety reports that M...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Ireland, Oscar, Colin-Farrell, Fox Searchlight, Brendan-Gleeson, Bruges, Martin Mcdonagh, Variety, Farrell, McDonagh, Graham Broadbent, Gleeson


‘I Thought It Really Resembled Reality.’ Oscar Winner Parasite Shines Light on South Korean Basement Apartments

(SEOUL, South Korea) — Kim Da-hye, a 29-year-old South Korean, said that moving into a semi-basement apartment was her least-preferred option when she was looking for a new place to live. But after a rigorous search and a close examination of her finances, she was forced to settle for a “banjiha,” the Korean word for a cramped basement flat. South Korean director Bong Joon-ho‘s Oscar-winning film Parasite has brought banjiha dwellers like Kim to worldwide attention, thanks to its depiction ...
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Dot Com Lunch – He Wants Some Tail Edition

On this episode of the Dot Com Lunch, I try a Vietnamese sub and talk about Tesla doing a $2 billion capital raise after Elon Musk said there was no need to do so. Oscar tries pepper squid, and John Benitez wants some tail. Anyone is welcome to join us for lunch. Go to our Dot Com Lifestyle meetup page to find the time and location of the next one.
Tags: Videos, Elon Musk, Tesla, Blogging, Oscar, Dot Com Lifestyle, John Benitez


'Sonic the Hedgehog' has the biggest opening weekend ever for a video game movie with $57 million

Paramount's "Sonic the Hedgehog" won the domestic box office with an estimated $57 million ($68 million over by Monday). The movie performed higher than the studio's projection of $40 million. $57 million is the biggest opening ever for a video game movie, besting the $54.3 million opening by "Pokémon Detective Pikachu." Best picture Oscar-winner "Parasite" took in $5.5 million over the weekend, after Neon expanded it to 2,000 screens. Its biggest weekend to date. Visit Business Insider's home...
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Robert Pattinson’s Batman Revealed in Official Camera Test!

Robert Pattinson’s Batman Revealed in Official Camera Test! Now that filming has begun on Warner Bros.’ The Batman, director Matt Reeves has posted an official camera test revealing Robert Pattinson’s Batman for the first time! Check out the dramatic video below! RELATED: Matt Reeves’ The Batman to Film in Glasgow, Scotland for Gotham City Warner Bros. Pictures has confirmed all of the cast and crew for the film. Starring alongside Robert Pattinson’s Batman/Bruce Wayne is Zoë Kravitz (Fantas...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Oscar, Colin Farrell, Batman, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves, Zoe Kravitz, SFX, Anna Karenina


New The Call of the Wild Clip: Buck Leads the Pack

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Call of the Wild clip: Buck leads the pack 20th Century Studios has released a brand new clip from their upcoming adventure film adaptation of The Call of the Wild, featuring Buck as he courageously steps up to lead the pack of sled dogs. Starring Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan, the film is set to open in theaters on February 21. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: The Force: James Mangold, Matt Damon Reunite for 20th Century’s Cop...
Tags: Video, Movies, California, Disney, Fox, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Jack London, Chris Sanders, Karen Gillan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Steve Asbell, Michael Green Logan, Erwin Stoff, Colin Woodell


'Harriet' star Cynthia Erivo's sci-fi podcast is becoming a movie

Podcast adaptations have a mixed track record in Hollywood, but that isn't stopping Amblin Partners from being particularly ambitious. Steven Spielberg's outfit has bought the movie rights to Carrier, a sci-fi podcast created by Qcode and Dan Blank that stars Harriet actress and Oscar nominee Cynthia Erivo. She'll both produce the movie and reprise her role as the truck driver Raylene, who discovers that her latest cargo is a threat to the planet that makes her a target.
Tags: Hollywood, Science, Oscar, Steven Spielberg, Harriet, Amblin Partners, Cynthia Erivo, Raylene, Dan Blank, Qcode


‘Bride of Frankenstein’ Remake Might Still Be Aliiiive With Amy Pascal and John Krasinski Circling the Project

After the implosion of the Dark Universe, Universal had supposedly put a lid on the Bride of Frankenstein remake, but the project may still have a pulse after all. A few notable Hollywood figures have been circling the project over the past year, including Oscar-nominated producer Amy Pascal and A Quiet Place director John Krasinski. And with Universal launching a new creative mandate for edgier fare, according to new reports, the Bride of Frankenstein remake might still come aliiiiive. A ne...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Elizabeth Banks, Oscar, Angelina Jolie, Universal, Paul Feig, Amy Pascal, Elisabeth Moss, Remakes, Pascal, Universal Pictures, John-Krasinski, Amy, Moss


Olivia Colman to Lead Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Directorial Debut The Lost Daughter

Olivia Colman to lead Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter Deadline brings word that Academy Award-winning actress Olivia Colman (The Favourite, The Crown) has officially signed on to star in Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal’s upcoming directorial debut film titled The Lost Daughter, which will be an adaptation of author Elena Ferrante’s novel of the same name. In addition to Colman, Dakota Johnson (Peanut Butter Falcon), Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose) and Gyllenhaal’s husband, ...
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CS Soapbox: Would a Joker Sequel Sully Joaquin Phoenix’s Oscar?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: Would a Joker Sequel Sully Joaquin Phoenix’s Oscar? Todd Phillips’  Joker  made waves last year for not only being the most profitable R-rated movie ever made but for possibly redefining the comic book genre. Led by Joaquin Phoenix’s powerhouse Oscar-winning performance as the titular character,  Joker  resembles more a character study on mental illness and societal isolation than an action-packed superhero film. This  Taxi Driver -esque take on Batman...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, US, Bradley Cooper, Oscar, Tommy Lee Jones, Suicide Squad, Oscars, Heath Ledger, Scorsese, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Hannibal Lecter, Jared Leto, Joaquin Phoenix, Hannibal


Mandatory Streamers: Zoë Kravitz Stars in Hulu’s High Fidelity Adaptation

Mandatory Streamers: Zoë Kravitz stars in Hulu’s High Fidelity adaptation Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of February 10, Zoë Kravitz stars in Hulu’s small screen adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel High Fidelity as Rob, a female record store owner in the rapidly gentrified neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn who revisits past relationships through music and pop culture, while trying to get over her ...
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New The Hunt Trailer and Release Date for Delayed Horror Film

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Hunt trailer and release date for delayed horror film More than four months since Universal Pictures decided to cancel the scheduled release of Blumhouse’s The Hunt last year, the studio has officially announced the new release date for director Craig Zobel’s horror thriller film. Universal’s decision was made out of respect in response to the horrific mass shootings that happened in Dayton and El Paso. Originally set to hit the theaters on September 27, 2019, th...
Tags: Video, Movies, Oscar, Philadelphia, Hilary Swank, Emma Roberts, Jason Blum, Damon Lindelof, Universal Pictures, Dayton, Blumhouse, Glenn Howerton, Lindelof, Manor House, Movie News, Amy Madigan


Harrison Ford Meets Buck in New The Call of the Wild Clip

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Harrison Ford meets Buck in new The Call of the Wild clip 20th Century Studios has released another clip from their upcoming adventure film adaptation of The Call of the Wild, featuring Harrison Ford as his character meets Buck for the first time. Also starring Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan, the film is set to open in theaters on February 21. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: The Force: James Mangold, Matt Damon Reunite for 20th Century’s Cop Drama Adapted...
Tags: Video, Movies, California, Disney, Fox, Oscar, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, Jack London, Chris Sanders, Karen Gillan, Movie News, Steve Asbell, Michael Green Logan, Erwin Stoff, Colin Woodell


Microsoft's little eyes light up as Oscar-winning Taika Waititi says Apple keyboards make him 'want to go back to PCs'

Literally just for the keyboard. Pipe down, Panos Surface supremo Panos Panay took time out from fondling his slabs (and ordering up new business cards) to make a proposal last night to Oscar-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi.…
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Next moves for the Oscar-winning stars

Once the glitter dust of victory settles, it'll be back to work as usual for the star Oscar winners.
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‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’: Film Review

On the eve of “Parasite’s” history-making Oscar win, it’s hard to imagine that just 18 months earlier, Hollywood had a crazy rich awakening. Although Asians had long been present in American movies, they were rarely treated as central characters — and even less often as romantic leads. And then suddenly that summer, 2018’s Singapore-set “Crazy Rich […]
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Singapore, Oscar, Netflix Originals, Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You


Roger Deakins had to 'literally stand around for hours waiting for a cloud' while shooting the stunning '1917.' It led to his second Oscar win.

Business Insider spoke to Roger Deakins about how the weather was a major challenge in pulling off the unique continuous single shot visual in "1917."  Deakins won the best cinematography Oscar for the second time at the Academy Awards on Sunday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. This story was originally published on January 14, and has been updated to reflect Deakins' best cinematography Oscar win. Roger Deakins has dazzled moviegoers for decades with visuals that have go...
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Roger Deakins won his second Oscar using a first-of-its-kind camera on '1917.' Here's the inside story of the Arri ALEXA Mini LF.

"1917" was the first movie to be shot on the Arri ALEXA Mini LF. The movie's cinematographer, Roger Deakins, hand picked the camera because it could provide a top-quality cinematic look, but was small in size. This was vital, as the camera was navigated through some tight areas to pull off the single-shot feel of the movie. Deakins won his second best cinematography Oscar at the Academy Awards on Sunday. Click here for more BI Prime stories. This story was originally published on January 24, ...
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'Parasite's' Oscar victory is also a win for under-the-radar movies

If you thought what's known as "Film Twitter" was populated by insufferable bores before, just wait till you see them now that a movie for which many advocated, "Parasite," was named best picture at the Oscars.
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Netflix won 2 Oscars including its first for acting, but with 24 nominations it was a disappointing night for the streamer (NFLX)

Netflix won just two Oscars at the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday, despite receiving 24 nominations.  The streaming company's lackluster showing came as it is maneuvering to dominate film as it has television, under the leadership of movie boss Scott Stuber. Netflix did score its first acting win: best supporting actress for Laura Dern in "Marriage Story." Netflix released more notable movies in 2019 than in any other year, including "The Irishman," "Marriage Story," "The Two Popes," and "Klaus...
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