The highly anticipated film All Eyez On Me features the cinematic debut of Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur, and though co-star Kat Graham is a seasoned veteran, she also has her share of pressure playing Jada Pinkett. Graham talks about the support she received from Pinkett Smith and her lifelong collaboration with acting teacher Ivana Chubbuck.
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Brie Larson reunites with Short Term 12 filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton with The Glass Castle. The project is based on Jeannette Walls’ memoir of the same name, and the trailer recently debuted online. Check out the trailer, the teaser poster, and a few images from the film below!
Continue reading Trailer: Brie Larson Fights Through ‘The Glass Castle’
I really loved Dan Stevens in the Shout! Factory flick The Ticket and I’m intrigued by the gaming, VFX elements behind Stevens’ upcoming film Kill Switch. That being said, I’m posting due to my insane appreciation for Kill Switch actress Berenice Marlohe (she starred in one of my favorite romantic dramas – 5 to 7). But enough of that, check out the trailer and plot details behind Kill Switch after the jump!
Continue reading Trailer: Dan Stevens And Bérénice Marlohe Flip On The ‘Kill Switch’
I’ll be coordinating much more DVD and Blu-ray giveaways on Deepest Dream, and with that in mind I’m giving away One (1) Sealed, never used DVD of Resistance. Film stars Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Tom Wlaschiha, Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones), and Andrea Riseborough (Birdman, Oblivion). Entry details below!!
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What the best short films lack in running time, they make up for in emotional impact and – especially in the animation category – stunning artistry. Take “The Present,” a four-minute, boy-and-his-dog vignette with a gut-punch of a finale (no, the dog doesn’t die!), or “The Missing Scarf,” a trippy, existential fable that clocks in at under seven minutes. This year’s Academy Award nominees for Best Animated Short Film push the boundaries even further, featuring a first-ever nomination for a Virtual Reality film (“Pearl”), and Pixar at both its lightest (“Piper”) and darkest (“Borrowed Time”).
Continue reading Time Twisted Tales & “Pear Cider” Highlight Oscar Nominated Shorts (Animation)
Season 31 of American Masters premieres with the eye-opening and immersive documentary By Sidney Lumet. Directed by Nancy Buirski (The Loving Story), the feature takes an in-depth look at Lumet’s lifelong cinematic (and humanistic) passions. Culling from his extensive body of work and a 2008 interview conducted by Daniel Anker, Buirski crafts an illuminating look at one of cinema’s most prodigious storytellers. Our Q&A with Buirski is found after the jump.
Continue reading Exclusive Q&A: ‘By Sidney Lumet’ Director Nancy Buirski
I really dig space exploration movies, and usually when there is alien contact from Mars, the end result isn’t a good one. Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds and Rebecca Ferguson (The Girl on the Train) star in the upcoming science fiction film Life, and the trailer and images are available after the jump.
Continue reading Trailer: Ryan Reynolds And Jake Gyllenhaal Embark On A Sci-Fi “Life”