‘Freaks’ Filmmakers Zach Lipovsky And Adam Stein Discuss Storytelling Journey

Freaks is a sci-fi thriller that doesn’t depend on a $100 million budget to deliver the goods. Directed and penned by Zach Lipovsky and Adam Stein, the indie managed to attract an A-list cast, and the pair talked about the key to unlocking that important element in the video below!

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Quentin Tarantino Relishes “Interactive Audience Experience” Of ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’

Director/writer Quentin Tarantino and his Once Upon A Time In Hollywood cast (including Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie) attended Monday night’s Hollywood premiere of the feature, and Tarantino talked about why he sees his work as an interactive experience.

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Scarlett Johansson Talks “Fever Dream” Of ‘Black Widow’ Experience At Comic-Con

It’s taken a healthy spell for Black Widow to get off the ground, and thanks to Scarlett Johansson, director Cate Shortland (Berlin Syndrome) and, of course, Marvel, that reality was on display at San Diego’s Comic-Con.

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CinemAddicts Ep. 99: ‘Skin,’ ‘Mike Wallace Is Here,’ ‘Into The Ashes’ And ‘The Mountain’

Lots to cover on Episode 99 of CinemAddicts, as Anderson Cowan and I review two films (Skin, Mike Wallace Is Here) and I tackle a couple of other solid indie flicks (Into The Ashes and The Mountain). First things first, however, as Quentin Tarantino is on our respective minds . . .

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Elton John Reflects On ‘The Lion King’: “It’s a Never Ending Success Story”

The European premiere of The Lion King took place at London’s Leicester Square, and among the talent attending the event were voice actors Beyoncé (Nala) and Seth Rogen (Pumbaa). Elton John, who won an Oscar for his work on the original film, was also on hand to talk about The Lion King’s continued success.

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