Now that movie pass is imploding where does a movie lover turn to? Since I recently moved, I’m not able to attend Press Screenings that often as the nearest press location is over an hour away so what do I do? I signed up for AMC’s A-List Program. After being burned by MoviePass and Sinemia I was skeptical about A-List. Check out the video below to see my thoughts.
Get ready to join Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, The Professional), producer Virginie Besson-Silla (Lucy, Revolver), Dane DeHaan (Amazing Spider-Man 2, Chronicle), Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad, Paper Towns), moderator Josh Horowitz (MTV) and potential surprise guests in HALL H for the first public sneak peek at the film on THURSDAY, JULY 21st!
There’s something strange…coming to DC this Friday and Saturday. If you want to ride the new Ecto-1, Who Ya Gonna Call…. LYFT! Today, the famous ghost-busting ride of the upcoming summer movie made a stop in the DC Area to give fans of the franchise a preview of their upcoming promotion.
Fox Searchlight has acquired worldwide rights (less France and French-speaking territories) to Oscar®-winning director Davis Guggenheim’s documentary He Named Me Malala – the story of the teenaged girl who has become a formidable spokesperson on behalf of girls’ education since being wounded by Taliban gunmen when they targeted the schoolbus in which she was riding.
Once again, the Oscar® nominations are unveiled and, once, again, there are some moments of controversy. This year, more than most, the concept of a Best Film nominee apparently directing itself will spark a ton of controversy – making the argument that the nominee list for directors should be expanded to match that of Best Film.
Also once again, a lot of the nominees are films that haven’t been seen by anyone outside the academy and residents of Los Angeles and New York City who felt inclined to see them over the holiday crush.
For now, though, here are the nominees and a few thoughts that wandered lonely across my mind as I encountered them for the first time.
Kansas, the prolific prog rock band that became famous for both extended, classical structured rock songs that featured the violin as much as guitar, and hit singles like Dust in the Wind and Point of Know Return – and whose Carry On (Wayward Son) continues to be a driving force behind The CW’s weekly series, supernatural – will be premiering the documentary Miracles Out of Nowhere on February 2nd at the 30th Annual Santa Barbara Film Festival.
Miracles Out Of Nowhere celebrates the band’s 40th anniversary.
The 30th Annual Santa Barbara Film Festival begins on Tuesday, January 27th and closes on Saturday, February 7th. For further details – and a link to film’s trailer – follow the jump.
That’s the quote that accompanies Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson’s first tweeted pic of the Sorcerer Supreme. Is it concept art, fan art, or just a bit of noodling with Photoshop. Whatever it is, it’s cool. Check it out after the jump.
Doctor Strange is slated for a November 4, 2016 debut.
The Last: Naruto The Movie finds the moon swinging perilously close to the Earth. It’s up to Naruto to find a way to save the planet!
VIZ Media and Eleven Arts are bringing The Last: Naruto The movie to theaters in major American cities in February – screening in 20 major U.S. cities including New York, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and more, beginning on February 20, 2015. Tickets will go on sale in mid-January.