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Fish Kernator
· January 6, 2018
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“Black Panther,” Disney-Marvel’s latest outing starring Chadwick Boseman, is set to debut far above early forecasts with $210 million over the four-day President’s Day weeke…
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With that same money, Netflix could have bought...something good.

It makes the movie instantly profitable for the studio, which avoids a (likely) misfire and costly marketing campaign.
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Not even technical categories?

Despite its critical acclaim, and plenty of awards season buzz, director Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman was shut out of the Oscar nominations.
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled nominations for the 90th Oscars this morning, marking the apex of an awards season. Fox Searchlight’s The Shape of Water earned a topp…
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From last year but interesting...

Michael Green is on the hottest scriptwriting streak in town, with credits on four major films this year (including 'Logan' and 'Blade Runner 2049' — which is premiering new footage at Comic-Con) and co-creating credit on 'American Gods.' So how come nobody knows who he is?
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The Tim Burton movie isn't free with Prime but that's okay with us. Depicting the lives, loves, trials and tribulations of the wealthy Collins family of Co
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"To an unapologetic lover of horror, the attempt to push “Get Out,” a movie with body snatching, jump scares and plenty of blood, out of the genre stings, in part because it’s so familiar. Arguing over the definition of a genre, I should stipulate, is only slightly sillier than fighting over what movie should win an award, which doesn’t mean that I haven’t spent considerable stretches of my life doing both. But how we describe movies does matter, telegraphing value judgments and informing their context."

Jump scares and monsters: Those are the hallmarks of seminal horror, and the label should be a badge of honor, not something to shun at awards time.
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Godzilla vs. The Coin Bank, a little something I made in anticipation of the upcoming Shin Gojira (and to put more of my stop motion skills to the test). Thank you as always NECA - N.E.C.A.

The filmmakers thanked the people of Mexico and their culture.

“Coco” wins the 2018 Golden Globe Award for best picture — animated.The other nominees were:“The Boss Baby”“The Breadwinner”“Coco”“Ferd...
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Tod Browning had scored one of the biggest hits of the early sound era when he helmed Dracula (1931). But it was a troubled achievem...
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The best superhero show on TV begins every episode with a bracing statement from Supergirl: “I am a refugee.” In this current moment of darkness, she’s the symbol of hope we need.
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Dismissed as “frivolous” by Mr. Spock himself, the episode—in which the U.S.S. Enterprise is overrun by fuzzy creatures—started with a 23-year-old college student taking inspiration from his pet mice.
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The Variety headline identifies her with "Sound of Music," but of course we remember Menzies from 'SSSSS' and "Piranha.'

Actress Heather Menzies-Urich, best known for portraying Louisa von Trapp in the 1965 film “The Sound of Music,” died Sunday night. She was 68. Menzies-Urich, the widow of actor Robert …
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Long stranded in the public imagination as portraying an earnest do-gooder, Mark Hamill, in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” gets the scene-stealing lines and relatable interactions he’s always deserved.
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