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President-elect Donald Trump selects Disney CEO Bob Iger for a New Policy Forum
Well isn't this something special. Disney CEO Bob Iger has joined Trump's new policy forum. — The President's Strategic and Policy Forum includes several strong business personalities. The 16 person forum will frequently meet with Donald Trump and offer him perspective. The forums first meeting will be held in February at the White House.
Moana is Disney's Latest Masterpiece
Walt Disney Animation has been on a tear lately. Hits like Tangled, Frozen, Big Hero 6, and Zootopia have ushered in Disney Animation's second renaissance. Moana helps solidify that renaissance. Once again similar to Frozen's family arc, Moana does not have a love interest. Jared Bush (Co-Director of Zootopia) wrote a phenomenal screenplay for Moana. The story was already there but his dialogue puts the film on a higher pedestal.
"The Comedian" Review
At 73, Robert De Niro is showing no signs of slowing down. Recently he's had some big highs ("Silver Linings Playbook", "The Intern") and tremendous lows ("Dirty Grandpa"), and some notable work in between ("Hands of Stone", "Joy", "Grudge Match", "The Family").
Why You Should Be Excited About 'Rogue One' and the Rest of the Star Wars Franchise
Star Wars has been wildly enjoyed by audiences around the world ever since the first screening in 1977. The exciting science fiction film brought on a huge cult following almost immediately. The movie brought on quite an exciting amount of hype for both children and adults and we couldn’t wait for the next installment. So now, with a rebirth of the franchise and even some in-between installments beginning with Rogue One, the Star Wars franchise is once again in full swing. With that said, here are some reasons that you should be excited not only for Rogue One, but all of the in-between Star Wars films.
Amy Schumer Cast as Barbie in Sony's Adaptation of the Famous Toy Line
Amy Schumer will play Barbie in Sony's adaptation of the Mattel toy line, as the studio continues searching for a director. Schumer will also rework the script alongside her sister Kim Caramele.
Female-Led 21 Jump Street Spinoff Adds Writer and Director
Sony Pictures is not dropping their spinoff from the Jump Street spinoff, despite losing Phil Lord and Chris Miller as directors. Now, there's a writer on board with Rodney Rothman set to pen the script as well as being eyed to direct.
Bryan Fuller Drops All Commitments to 'Star Trek: Discovery'
In October, Bryan Fuller stepped down from his position as showrunner on Star Trek Discovery. And while fans were settled with the news that he'd remain involved as an executive producer, that's no longer the case.
Mackenzie Davis on Her Role in 'Blade Runner 2049'
Speaking with Collider, Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire) discussed her upcoming role in the Blade Runner sequel, which she views as having "an equal mix of resistance and excitement about it."
Creator Todd McFarlane on Returning 'Spawn' to the Big Screen
Spawn is definitely a product of the 90s, and honestly the character doesn't seem like a naturally fit in modern cinema. Nevertheless, creator Todd McFarlane's comic book creation has never stopped coming out, and he still has eyes on a worthier adaptation to the big screen.
'Rogue One,' 'Suicide Squad,' 'Fantastic Beasts' Short-Listed for Visual Effects Oscar
The Academy has revealed the twenty films now in the running for the Best Visual Effects Oscar for this year, and there's a bunch of superhero pictures to make up the list.
'Man of Steel' was "Socially Relevant" According to Michael Shannon
Man of Steel had mixed responses from a lot of people, yet is probably seen in a better light compared to the storm that hit after Batman v Superman arrived. Nevertheless, Michael Shannon has given some insight as to how he sees the film, and what coerced him to play its villain.
'Rogue One' Director Describes George Lucas Set Visit and the Advice He Gave
George Lucas has no say in the state of the Star Wars saga these days, and seemed unhappy when his treatments for the seventh, eighth and ninth films were tossed out in favour of the vision shared by J.J. Abrams and co.
'Escape from New York' Remake May be a Prequel
For ten years now the Escape from New York has been in some form of development, now simmering away at 20th Century Fox as talent has moved in and out of the project of the years.
Sight & Sound Magazine Top 20 Films of the Year - 2016
It's that time of year again when critics list their favourite films. Today it was Sight & Sound's turn and it's an interesting list. — I admit I have not seen any of them yet, most of them don't get released where I live, but there are a few that I have heard very good things about, especially Moonlight, I, Daniel Blake, Manchester By Sea and American Honey. At number 16 is an early favourite for this year's Oscars: La La Land.