Steven Spielberg Taps Seth Rogen For Major Role In Next Film Loosely Based On Director’s Childhood; Rogen Would Play Favorite Uncle Of Young Spielberg deadline.com/2021/03/stev…
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In Toy Story 4 (2019), a car has the licence plate "RMRF97". In 1997, someone at Pixar accidentally typed β€œrm -r -f β€œ, deleting the entire Toy Story 2 movie from the Pixar database. Fortunately, the film's supervising technical director had a backup copy at home, and the movie was restored.
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TIL after the film Gremlins came out, Entertainment Tonight critic Leonard Maltin gave it a negative review. The director was hurt by the initial review but later invited Maltin to film a cameo in the sequel, Gremlines 2. In it Maltin is attacked by the gremlins for his bad review. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gre…
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In the Truman Show (1998), the identical twins are played by Ron and Don Taylor, two police officers who were working on the set as security guards. Director Peter Weir saw how friendly they were with the film's cast and crew, so he hired them as actors.
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β€˜The Raid’ Director Gareth Evans Signs Exclusive Deal With Netflix; Sets β€˜Havoc As First Film Under Deal With Tom Hardy Set To Star deadline.com/2021/02/gare…
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Visionary director Quentin Tarantino added this scene to From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) totally because it led to valuable character development and added cinematic value to the film, and not just because he wanted Salma Hayek's foot in his mouth.
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Black Widow director Cate Shortland on Scarlet Johansson's MCU future: "She knew it was possibly her last film as Black Widow" twitter.com/getFANDOM/sta…
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New Thai horror movie "The Medium" from the directors of Shutter (2004) and The Wailing (2016) is actually the second film in a planned trilogy
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In 2014, while filming the Greg Allman biopic "Midnight Rider", a 27-year-old camera assistant died after being struck by a train due to negligence on behalf of an assistant director. This footage was released of the crew scrambling moments before the crash. They had been denied permission to film. youtube.com/watch?v=Yt5fA…
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Star Wars Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker scored the most nominations at the Saturn Awards with 12 nominations. Most notable nominations include Best Science Fiction Release, Best Actress in a Film (Daisy Ridley), Best Supporting Actor in a Film (Adam Driver), and Best Film Director (JJ Abrams).
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90 percent of the time most of us are just faceless upvote bots to one another so I thought I'd introduce myself. Hi I'm Dan Lotz I'm a feature film director whos made 3 low budget indie films! Introduce yourself!!
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A Bangladeshi film director has been arrested and charged after a scene in "Nabab LLB", a fictional courtroom drama about rape and the treatment of victims depicted police harshly interrogating a rape victim and highlighting attitudes towards violence against women in the conservative nation france24.com/en/live-news…
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Directors whose films personify a certain city

Any director can use New York City, Los Angeles, London, Paris, etc as a background setting for a film - but there are a handful of directors who truly feel a certain city, and can portray dozens of different stories using the unique aura of that city.

From the directors whose works I am (relatively) familiar with, I would list: Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese for New York City (Allen for "Jewish" NYC and Scorsese for "Italian" NYC); Paul Thomas Anderson for Los Angeles; François Truffaut for Paris; Federico Fellini for Rome; and Wong Kar-wai for Hong Kong.

Which directors do you see as identifying with a specific city, and faithfully portraying the underlying personality of that city?

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A Bangladeshi film director has been arrested and charged after a scene in "Nabab LLB", a fictional courtroom drama, depicted police harshly interrogating a rape victim and highlighting attitudes towards violence against women in the conservative nation sparked the ire of the force. france24.com/en/live-news…
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TIL that in 1969, the charity Save The Children, funded and hired director Ken Loach to film a documentary about the charity. Loach laid bare the hypocrisy and colonial attitudes he saw at the heart of the charity. Save The Children banned the documentary for 42 years, finally showing it in 2011. theguardian.com/film/2011…
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TIL In 1977 while filming Star Wars, George Lucas decided to take a $500,000 pay cut to his salary as director in exchange for full ownership of the franchise's merchandising rights. By 2012, the first six films produced approximately US$20 billion in merchandising revenue. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sta…
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TIL that legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorsese, best known for his violent gangster films, has used the same female editor, Thelma Schoonmaker, on every movie he's made since Raging Bull in 1980. theguardian.com/film/2019…
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Why do some directors' film projects become more bloated and overly indulgent after they become famous?

For example, I think Tarantino has fallen into this trap ever since his longtime editor Sally Menke died. I still enjoy his work but it doesn't feel as polished as it used to be. Once Upon A Time was good but I remember thinking that at times it felt a bit aimless and overly long. It would have been a lot better with like 15 minutes shaved off.

Or Zack Snyder's upcoming Justice League. I'm glad that he's getting to do it because the whole story behind why he had to leave the project originally was so deeply tragic for him on a personal level (his daughter passed away) but come on, a FOUR-HOUR runtime? That's absolutely insane. Endgame was already pushing it at 3 hours and they only did that because it was basically the big climax of the entire franchise.

Peter Jackson seems to have learned from this finally because his WW1 documentary was only 90 minutes. He's a fantastic director but I really, truly did not think he was capable of making anything less than 2 1/2 hours long lol.

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DISCUSSION: Never has a film made me feel so apologetic towards a director, what a turnaround this actually is, I was dubious with the run time but it works so well and they should give Zack Snyder the DC universe keys back!

Just shows how much WB and Whedon completely ruined this film, why did they skip out so many character defining moments? The character development was incredible and they weren't just shoehorned in like the the theatrical cut.

Getting rid of the dialogue that makes no sense like Clark asking the human Batman if he bleeds, what?! So glad they reworked a lot of the scenes that were clearly the work of someone other than Snyder.

Feel like they rushed this movie out, it bombed and Zack Snyder took all the blame for it, it's nice to see his redemption, Man of Steel is probably my favorite DC film and I knew he wouldn't just change the characters and make them terrible like the theatrical cut portrayed.

I seriously hope we see an Injustice movie like the ending hinted at, to do away with all this now would be such a waste.

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Unexpected films from directors you admire

I didn't expect "M. Butterfly" from David Cronenberg and even though the film was panned and largely forgotten, David Cronenberg is still fond of it. He even referred to "M. Butterfly" as being among his best work.

Possible Spoilers

"M. Butterfly", I greatly enjoyed it, though I can see why some take issue with the film. For one, the public didn't understand Song Liling (John Lone) wasn't meant to be passable as a woman. The film was about a closeted man (Jeremy Irons) who was in denial about his sexual orientation so he used his relationship with Song Liling as a way to alleviate his homosexual desires while still maintaining the illusion of heterosexuality.

I like when directors go out of their comfort zone and give us something we'd never expect. John Carpenter and "Starman" is another example.

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James Wan - The director of two Billion-dollar grossing feature films (Aquaman & Furious 7) and lot more Highly successfull Horror flicks like Saw,The Conjuring , Insidious etc is 5'3"
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The RS reading list has been floating around for a while, but has anyone compiled a RS film list? Any particular films or directors that would appeal to the general tone or outlook of the show?
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CLIP: Director Zack Snyder receiving the Valiant Award in the 4th Annual HCA Film Awards (+ commemorative clip) v.redd.it/vz09bcedpbl61
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New Trend in Music - Film's Music Rights are given to Music Director, not Audio Company. Arjit Singh's YT channel gets Music Rights to Pagglait.

Pagglait's full music Album is released by Arijit's YT channel, not Music Company.

Pritam Tweeted this

> I was so keen to bring the musicals of Jagga Jasoos to the public domain but Disney did not agree. There were so many legal issues and such red tapism that it left me frustrated. This remains as a big regret in my heart. Double kudos to Arijit and Guneet for making this happen.
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> And love to the film's producer Guneet for setting a new trend of giving the film's music rights to the creator to exploit, instead of selling it for a paltry amount to any audio company. Hope this is a new beginning for the music industry. Cheers to Guneet and Arijit.

Pagglait | Full Movie Audio Jukebox | Arijit Singh | Neelesh Misra | Sanya Malhotra | Oriyon Music

If this succeeds, will domination of T series end? Will it be new era of quality music? Or will the ownership change and issues of quality remain the same?

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Face/Off director clarifies his film is a direct sequel, not a remake

The new Face/Off movie is a direct sequel to the original, not a reboot.

Godzilla vs Kong’s Adam Wingard was just announced to be directing Face/Off, but he’s clarified that it isn’t a reboot at all.

Wingard didn’t reveal how the new movie will continue Face/Off’s story, but could Nicolas Cage and John Travolta return now?

The real Castor Troy seemingly died at the end of the original, but the sequel could reveal he’s alive in order to bring Cage back.

Sean Archer survived and got a happy ending, so Travolta’s return could be easy.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CLK_-uUFVqY/

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The film One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest was shot in a real mental hospital. The hospital director supported it, and suggested having patients work in the film crew. The producer said he only learnt later that many of them were criminally insane.
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I’m 31, French, still single, trying to be a successful film director. Go ahead, roastez-moi.
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Conspiracy theorists should be authors or film directors/producers.

Conspiracy theorists might be insane but holy crap, I gotta give credit to them for how creative, complex and interesting their theories are. The entertainment industry definitely needs them, especially with the growing concerns about how they're lacking creativity. Idk what you guys think but I think it's a tad better than marginalising them.

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I’m a writer director from here and I just made this short film! Check it out! youtu.be/lpQYm_soQaI
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Discussion: WB has no idea how to handle their biggest hero superman. People love Cavill as supes and instead of giving him another solo film from a new director they're replacing him oO
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