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‘Beckett’ Trailer: John David Washington Goes to Greece and Has a Bad Time in New Netflix Thriller

I’m a simple man. You tell me Vicky Krieps has a major part in a new movie, and I will absolutely make sure that I watch that movie. It’s as straightforward as that. Hot off her role in M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming horror/thriller Old and after her performance in Paul Thomas Anderson’s masterful Phantom Thread, Krieps is literally the only person who matters who’ll be starring in the soon-to-be-released Netflix movie, Beckett. Okay, okay, fine, we’re also plenty excited about John David Washin...
Tags: Movie Trailers, Netflix, Thriller, Alicia Vikander, Beckett, John David Washington, Vicky Krieps

‘True Love’: Gareth Edwards’ New Sci-fi Movie Adds Benedict Wong, Danny McBride, and Gemma Chan

If you’re going to make a sci-fi movie, it probably can’t hurt to get a cast that’s intimately familiar with the genre. Director Gareth Edwards apparently agrees, as Deadline reports that the latest to join his next production titled True Love include a trio of sci-fi veterans headlined by Danny McBride, Gemma Chan, and Benedict Wong. The newcomers will be joining previously-announced John David-Washington, ostensibly playing the lead of the True Love cast after navigating temporal pincer movem...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Ridley Scott, Alex Garland, Gareth Edwards, Edwards, Wong, McBride, Tenet, Gemma Chan, Benedict Wong, Raya, Danny-McBride, True Love

Your Weekend Justice #293: A Wikipedia Article Waiting to Happen

You, during the apocalypse, you can make your own rope! – Rox of Spazhouse This episode was recorded May 24, 2021. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. And since nobody involved is innocent, no names were changed. Agenda: Jon vs. his own teethJab update!Experimentation at PublixVaccine nostalgiaRox has a visitorMadman spawnsRumnesiaYour friendly neighborhood Planet of the Apes artistHow bad government facilitates travel (we do not necessarily endorse this)Making Disne...
Tags: Art, Star Wars, Games, Christopher Nolan, Television, Podcasts, Wikipedia, Alcohol, Weekend Justice, Marvel, Spider-Man, Disney, America, Atlanta, History, Netflix

Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana adds new street light as Friese Family Patient Tower takes shape

City and hospital officials turned on a new street light last week on Burbank Boulevard in Tarzana at an entrance to Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center, in an effort to ease traffic and improve pedestrian safety. The hospital administration said they closely worked with transportation officials to add a crosswalk and turn lane to help visitors safely enter the campus. “We’re so thankful for it because there were a lot of accidents there and this light is going to make it easier for e...
Tags: Business, News, Sport, Development, Hospitals, Soccer, Healthcare, Community, Usc, Donald, Burbank, Tarzana, Tenet, San Fernando Valley, Friese, Bob Blumenfield

Workers to picket Tenet hospitals over alleged understaffing, health insurance concerns

Workers plan to picket three Tenet Healthcare hospitals Wednesday, June 16, alleging the facilities are understaffed and have left some employees without health insurance while the company has received billions in federal COVID-19 relief funds and spent $1.1 billion to buy 45 surgery centers. The employees, including respiratory therapists, housekeepers, nursing assistants and medical technicians, are represented by the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW). They will gather outside Founta...
Tags: Business, News, Sport, Hospitals, Soccer, Healthcare, Local News, Orange County, Federal Trade Commission, Southern California, Bayer, Los Angeles County, Irvine, Tenet Healthcare, Tenet, U S Health and Human Services

Watch: Fan-Made Action Short 'FIVE' - A 'Tenet' Inspired Short Film

"I knew you'd come back." Uh, hell yes this is awesome! Even Christopher Nolan would be impressed. FIVE is an action short film made entirely independently by actor / filmmaker Stephen Ford, with the goal of capturing "both the spirit and style of Christopher Nolan's Tenet." With a budget of only $300. We've seen plenty of Star Wars and Batman fan films over and the years, but this is the first one inspired by Tenet so far (that I've come across). And it's damn good! Starring Josh Han, Brenn...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Short Film, Batman, Tenet, To Watch, Stephen Ford

Stop Letting Lore and World Building Define Your Enjoyment of Things

There was a point where I was watching Tenet and wondering if I was watching the same film as explained by reviews and fan reactions. The puzzle box of a plot I was expecting wasn’t there. While there are details that were undoubtedly missed on my first viewing, it never felt like I was missing some key piece of the narrative or like I needed to re-watch it several times to truly have a grasp on whatever director Christopher Nolan intended. A part of me wonders if most of the folks talking abou...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, TV News, Leo, Nolan, Dr Strange, David Lynch, Kane, Martin, Don, J R R Tolkien, Shepard, George R R Martin

The Opening Weekend for ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Will Best Entire Box Office of ‘Tenet’

“Cruella” was less impressive, but Memorial Day weekend exceeded expectations in a big step toward recovery for exhibition.
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Robert Pattinson Signs First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. and HBO Max

(Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for GO Campaign) After appearing in Christopher Nolan’s Tenet last year and landing the coveted leading role in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, Robert Pattinson is looking to further strengthen his partnership with Warner Bros. by venturing into his first foray into producing. The 35-year-old actor has officially signed an overall first-look production deal, covering a selection of the company’s film and TV divisions including Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cine...
Tags: Movies, TV, Hbo Max, Movie News, New Line Cinema, Robert Pattinson, Streaming, TV News, Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Television

Now Stream This: ‘The Mitchells vs. The Machines’, ‘Tenet’, ‘Saint Maud’, ‘Crimson Peak’, ‘Twister’, ‘Synchronic’, ‘Wolf’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) The Mitchells vs The Machines Now Streaming on Netflix Release Date: 2021 Genre: Animated Comedy Director: Mike Rianda Cast: Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Eric Andre, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett This animated feature is bound to end up being one of the best films of 2021. A funny, inventive, sweet bl...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Features, Netflix/Streaming Video, Crimson Peak, Reign of Fire, Saint Maud, Synchronic, Tenet, The Manchurian Candidate, The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Twister

The Secrets of Tenet : Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War Book Review

Let’s just get this out of the way first – I still don’t quite understand much of what happened in Christopher Nolan’s mindbending sci-fi film Tenet. I mean, I think I can grasp the basic premise of the story, but the details and nuances of the complex narrative are still quite murky to me. I think this beautiful coffee table book can help shed some light though; The Secrets of Tenet: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War explores the art/making of the film as Christopher Nolan himself ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Anime, Anton Corbijn, Tenet, Nathan Crowley, Amazon De, Emma Thomas, Amazon JP

Gillmor Gang: Party Line

In the early days of social media, all things seemed possible. Twitter was this weird reboot of blogs, with a social layer atop an RSS feed that gave authority to last in/first out musings by providing data not just about read or unread but shared by who. You could take that authority data and rank posts by who shared them and who followed those people and what they in turn recommended. Although this was mostly ignored at the time by vendors and writers looking for a viral eyeball payoff, for...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Video, Cdc, Tech, Manchester United, Manchester, Gillmor Gang, Steve Gillmor, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, Keith, Woodstock NY, Tenet, Gillmor, Tina Chase Gillmor

Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of May 8

Now we’re talking! After what felt like an eternity atop DEG’s Watched at Home Top 25, Wonder Woman 1984 finally met its match: The Little Things. The thriller starring Denzel Washington, Raimi Malek, and Jared Leto snatched the crown after debuting at No. 9 two weeks ago and dropping to No. 10 last week. The massive jump is even more surprising considering new releases such as The Marksman and Minari, the rise of Oscar heavies Nomadland, Judas and the Black Messiah, and the sudden increase in ...
Tags: Movies, Harry Potter, Movie News, Streaming, The Croods, The Marksman

Robert Pattinson’s 10 Best Movie Performances

“Waiting for the Barbarians,” with an impressive cast including Robert Pattinson, Johnny Depp and Oscar winner Mark Rylance,, is available Friday on VOD. Based on the 1980 novel by J. M. Coetzee (who also adapted the screenplay) the film focuses on an unnamed Magistrate (Rylance) of a frontier settlement whose life is uprooted by the […]
Tags: Robert Pattinson, Mark Rylance, Tenet, Rylance, J M Coetzee, The Lighthouse, Waiting for the Barbarians, Twilight: Breaking Down Part 1, Robert Pattinson Johnny Depp

First Look At John David Washington's New Netflix Thriller Revealed Months After Tenet Tried To Lure People Back To Theaters

Netflix shares a first look at John David Washington's new thriller after the release of Tenet last summer.
Tags: Religion, Netflix, Tenet, John David Washington

Dave Bautista Thinks Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Could Be the End for Drax

Tenet’s John David Washington is teaming up with Gareth Edwards for a mysterious new sci-fi project. Get a teasery new look at the characters of The Green Knight. Black Lightning prepares for its finale. Plus, what’s coming on The Flash, and F9 teases, well, carnage. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Ethan Hawke, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Marvel Comics, Drax, Castro, Spoiler, Sutherland, Kevin Smith, Gareth Edwards, Esther, Dracula, Tenet, Chavez, Lois

‘Tenet’ Star John David Washington and ‘Rogue One’ Director Gareth Edwards Teaming Up for New Science Fiction Film

John David Washington is on such a hot streak of movie roles that you’d need a temporal pincer movement to keep up. The Tenet and Malcom & Marie actor has signed on to star in the next movie directed by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Godzilla filmmaker Gareth Edwards. Deadline reports that John David Washington is reuniting with New Regency, which produced the David O. Russell film that Washington recently shot, for True Love, a science-fiction movie from Gareth Edwards. Edwards writes and...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Washington, Sci-fi, David O Russell, Spike Lee, New Regency, Denzel Washington, Golden Globe, Gareth Edwards, Edwards, Tenet, Tony Gilroy, True Love, John David Washington

Christopher Nolan's Tenet Is Now On HBO Max, And The Internet Has Even More Thoughts On The John David Washington-Led Film

Tenet has been made available on HBO Max, and fans have a lot to say about it.
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Religion, Tenet, HBO Max, John David Washington Led Film

Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of April 24

Hey there, fellow couch potatoes! This week on DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20, Nomadland finally turned enough heads to land at No. 11 thanks to Oscar wins for Best Picture, Director and Actress. Fellow winner (for Best Original Screenplay) Promising Young Woman also made a move up to No. 2 and bumping Tom Hanks’ News of the World to No. 3. Otherwise, Wonder Woman 1984 took the crown once more as it has for the last month or so, though its grasp seems a little shakier given the latest competition...
Tags: TV, Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Disney, Dc Comics, Soul, Tom Hanks, Army, Streaming, Oscars, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Academy Awards, Paramount, Nicolas Cage

I Miss Watching Horribly Compressed Movies on My Game Boy

Recently the internet has stared in disbelief at people horribly compressing movies so they can fit on outdated tech, including Shrek squeezed onto a 1.4 MB floppy disk, and Tenet smooshed across five GBA cartridges. But as horrible as these viewing experiences seem, for a short period of time watching TV shows on the…Read more...
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Behind Tenet's award-winning visual effects

The Oscar-winning film's VFX supervisor explains how the team created sequences inverted in time.
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Tenet: Why we performed backwards and forwards

The Oscar-winning film's VFX supervisor explains how the team created sequences inverted in time.
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to HBO Max in May 2021

It’s gonna be May (are we still doing that joke?) soon, which means HBO Max – which has quickly become one of the best streaming services around in terms of content – is going to unleash a whole slew of new movies (and TV shows) you’re going to want to check out. So let’s take a gander at the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in May 2021, shall we? Tenet At last, Tenet is coming to HBO Max (even though Christopher Nolan isn’t such a fan of the streaming service). I was mixed on T...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, White House, Los Angeles, Stanley Kubrick, Kansas, Charles Dickens, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Greenland, Kubrick, Ellen, Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, Alex Gibney

What's New on HBO Max in May 2021

Last summer, director Christopher Nolan had the hubris to think that Tenet was a movie people would risk their lives to see. The first major blockbuster to open in theaters following the start of the pandemic, it was also... the last major blockbuster to open in theaters, after it kinda bombed. But this month it is…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Television, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Sherlock Holmes, Warner Bros, Lifehacks, Rudy, Lisa Ling, Harley Davidson, The Avengers, A Room With A View, Ray, Jackie Brown, Tyler Perry

The iPhone 12 is a big leap forward for Apple's smartphone line - for every reason except 5G

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Apple's iPhone 12 Lisa Eadicicco/Business Insider Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky With a refreshed design and better screen, the iPhone 12 feels like a step forward.5G is the iPhone 12's headlining feature, but today's networks aren't much faster than 4G LTE.The iPhone 12 also lacks some useful features found on Android devices, like a fingerprint scanner.All told, the iPhone 12 is ide...
Tags: Apple, Google, Verizon, Motorola, US, Samsung, Trends, United States, Tim Cook, Tenet, Google Apple, Google Pixel, Samsung Google, Verizon AT T and T Mobile, Dolby Vision HDR, Lisa Eadicicco

And the winner should be … Peter Bradshaw’s predictions for the 2021 Oscars

Will Nomadland clean up this year? Will Anthony Hopkins get best actor? Our film critic gives the low down on the contenders for the Academy Awards Will win: Nomadland Should win: Nomadland Shoulda been a contender: Quo Vadis, Aida?
Tags: Film, Aaron Sorkin, Soul, Culture, Awards and prizes, Frances Mcdormand, Oscars, Anthony Hopkins, Peter Bradshaw, Tenet, Amanda Seyfried, Florian Zeller, Vanessa Kirby, Chloe Zhao, Nomadland, The Trial of the Chicago 7

How to Watch American Cinematheque’s Q&A With Oscar-Nominated Production Designers

Production designers from the Oscar-nominated films “The Father,” “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Mank,” “News of the World” and “Tenet” are joining American Cinematheque for a virtual Q&A on Saturday at 1 p.m. PT. Sponsored by Variety, the online conversation will bring together production designers and set decorators from this year’s critically-acclaimed films to discuss their craft […]
Tags: News, Ma Rainey, Tenet, American Cinematheque, Watch American Cinematheque, Black Bottom Mank News of the World

Oscar Season Wrap: ‘Tenet,’ ‘Wonder Woman,’ Pundits & Germs

A column of random thoughts: Whatever you think about the year’s movies, you have to admit the titles were confusing. For example, we had “Pieces of a Woman,”  “Promising Young Woman,” “I’m Your Woman,” “I Am Woman” and “Wonder Woman 1984.” That last title could also confuse future film historians. In the old days, when […]
Tags: Awards, Spotlight, Wonder Woman, Oscars, Tenet, Grays-gold

20 Signatures To Spice Up Your Emails

Getty Images Give your email that extra oomph it needs During the pandemic millions of people have had to adjust to their jobs, schooling, childcare, and anything else that would regularly happen face-to-face being conducted pretty much entirely virtually. After over a year of living life under lockdowns, it’s to be expected that we’d all be feeling a little technology burnout. So to help reinvigorate your day-to-day, here are some alternative email sign-offs and signatures ...
Tags: New York Times, Humor, Julie Andrews, Tenet, Sloane Hughes, Hail Cthulhu

‘Soul,’ ‘Tenet’ and ‘Greyhound’ Win MPSE Golden Reel Awards

The Motion Picture Sound Editors handed out their awards in a virtual ceremony with Pixar’s “Soul, “Tenet” and “Greyhound” among the winners. The MPSE also awarded “The Trial of the Chicago 7” for outstanding achievement in sound editing – feature dialogue / ADR, and outstanding achievement in sound editing – feature musical went to “Eurovision […]
Tags: News, Awards, Chicago, Pixar, Tenet, MPSE Golden Reel Awards