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"The Interview" was canceled this past week amongst hack attacks and terrorist threats. It doesn't matter that this happened to THIS particular movie. What matters is what this means for ALL movies. And what this moment represents is a terrible precedent for the future of film and art altogether.
It's a movie that has grossed big bucks at the box office - nearly $340 million so far. Now "Finding Nemo" will be translated into the Navajo language for a whole new audience, and it isn't about revenue, it is about preserving a language.
Raj Kapoor, whose 90th birth anniversary was earlier this week, is a polarising figure for many movie buffs. Even those who have reservations about some of his work (they find it mawkish or narcissistic) tend to agree that he was one of mainstream Hindi cinema's leading auteurs . And that his important films, beginning with his directorial debut Aag in 1948, and continuing till at least Mera ...
It looks like Pennywise the Clown will soon be back to make audiences fear clowns for years to come. Speaking to Vulture
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Get out the seltzer bottles, shaving cream pies, and slide whistles because the Forbes clown circus is coming to town and driving the car is Bert Dohmen.
It's exciting news for Stephen King fans, and terrifying news for everyone with a fear of clowns: The master of horror's 1986 novel "It" is finally headed to the big screen, reports Vulture. Filming on the long-discussed project will begin next summer. The book will be adapted into two films,...
The NSA had a staff 'Clown Club' and more nuggets from the news
They each turned a moment of violence into a call to action. For James Brady, that moment was when he was shot and wounded by a would-be presidential assassin. For Chung Eun-yong, it was the killings of his two children during a Korean War massacre.
Annie Martin LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- A long-awaited adaption of Stephen King novel "It" will begin production in summer 2015 with Cary Fukunaga as director.
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