Fox Searchlight, has released a new featurette for Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. This behind the scenes look shows how a unique team of 25 animators and 10 assistants brought Wes Anderson’s vision to life.
Isle of Dogs premieres in select theaters on Friday, March 23rd!
Twenty years ago, the nations of the Earth joined together to defeat the alien threat – destroying the alien mothership in the process. Unfortunately, the aliens got off a distress call before being destroyed.
Now an even greater threat arrives in the form of an even larger mothership. Can Earth’s forces – even with reverse-engineered alien technology bolstering them – face this new threat?
Check out the first, ever so slightly ominous first trailer for Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence following the jump. Independence Day: Resurgence will be in theaters on June24, 2016.
Once again, Johnny Depp shows his talent for slipping completely into a character. What a shame that this character is almost completely unnoteworthy.
Mortdecai (the movie) wants to be a knowing send up of sixties caper movies, espionage thrillers and, possibly, the superb BBC series Lovejoy. Instead, it’s Johnny Depp plays the worst of Mr. Bean – in a Rolls.
When the news came out that four of the five leads of Law & Order: Criminal Intent were leaving the show, it left a lot of fans puzzled and furious. The season premiere of the series, tomorrow night [USA, 10/9C], will probably incite riots among a certain faction of those fans. Although Julianne Nicholson has already gone, Loyalty, Part 1 features one of the other three departures [the other two will leave in next week’s Loyalty, Part2] and it will be a shocker.
While teleconference Q&A sessions can never really take the place of one-on-one interviews. they do have one big advantage – if someone preceeding you in the queue asks a question you might never have considered, it can change your approach and the results can be very interesting – especially when the Q&A session is with Law & Order: Criminal Intent’s [USA, Tuesdays, 10/9C] Jeff Goldblum and the subject is the show’s ninth-season premiere. Big changes are afoot and Mr. Goldblum approached them with his usual goodwill, forthrightness, wit and intelligence.
Yesterday, Jeff Goldblum took a half-hour out of his busy shooting day to talk with a number of bloggers/journalists about his role as Detective Zach Nichols on the new season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent [USA, Sundays, 9/8C]. Goldblum, it turns out, is as intelligent and intuitive as his character.
Also taking part in the Q&Q session were: Jamie Ruby [Media Blvd], Jamie Steinberg [Starry Constellation], Julie Kissane [popculturemadness.com], Christine Nyholm [Examiner], Joshua Fulghum [totallyher.com], Troy Rogers [thedeadbolt.com], and Zach Oat [televisionwithoutpity.com].