/jurassic-world-trailer/Arriving earlier than expected, Universal has debuted the first trailer for Jurassic World in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. And with it comes our first real look at this true sequel to the 1993 original Jurassic Park directed by Steven Spielberg. While Spielberg is back as a producer this time out, the reigns have been handed over to Colin Trevorrow, best known for his low budget time travel comedy Safety Not Guaranteed. Word is still out on whether this will live up to the standards set by beloved franchise, but there is no denying that the footage is exciting, beautifully shot, and holds quite a few surprises of its own. It also carefully plays to our nostalgia for the first movie, which is now more than twenty years old. Paying homage to classic shots, and bringing back some important visual references, this first Jurassic World sneak peek recalls what has come before it like a champ. Its something old mixed with something new for a perfect blend of … [Read more...] about 9 Ways the Jurassic World Trailer Recalls the Original Movie
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RELATED: Zack Snyder Wants a 5-Hour Man of Steel and Batman v Superman Supercut "I still think you could make a Dark Knight Returns movie. I don't think this movie negates a Dark Knight Returns movie because I think Dark Knight Returns probably, in my opinion, is like, the greatest comic book ever written. That and Watchmen, for me, some of the greatest work, graphic fiction, ever written. It's just amazing to me, and I think that, by all means, that movie can still be made. That would be fun to do. Someone should do it. But I think it would be great, and it's certainly still to be done." Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns is one of the most seminal pieces of comic book storytelling ever produced. Released in 1986, the tale completely reinvented the idea of Batman and who the character could be. Most importantly, it did give us the legendary fight between the Caped Crusader and the Man of Steel. Be that as it may, Batman v Superman was, at best, a very loose adaptation of the story … [Read more...] about The Dark Knight Returns Live-Action Movie Can Still Happen Insists Zack Snyder
"The idea came to me when I was in an elevator reading news about Chinese tourists being attacked, and I thought I'm going to make a movie in an elevator," Keshvari tells The Hollywood Reporter on Monday. The thriller, shot in one take on a soundstage in Vancouver and already edited and ready for sale, uses the coronavirus pandemic, which originated in China, as a symbol to explore fear and racism among trapped apartment tenants. … [Read more...] about Canadian Thriller ‘Corona’ Touted as First COVID-19 Movie
Kamal Haasan, who is also known for his outspoken nature, advised rule breakers of Coronavirus lockdown. He said, "For youngsters, if they would want to grow up, it's better to stay home. Because you may not get to see the older days. If you have the energy inside you, use it to live the rest of your life healthily. Do not take risks and say nothing will happen to me. Keep thinking about what-ifs and just hold on for 21 days. You'd be happy to regale these stories and talk to people younger than you and tell them how strictly you stayed indoors to win the battle against Covid-19. These are the stories you could tell if you live to see those days. You must abide by this simple rule by not spreading the disease from one to another."(sic) … [Read more...] about Here’s How Kamal Haasan Is Keeping Himself Occupied During Coronavirus Lockdown
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