Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Mar. 13th)Rooted in a different sort of divisive issue, this Sundance sleeper hit follows a pregnant teenaged girl named Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) and her cousin Skylar (Talia Rider) as they travel from small-town Pennsylvania to New York to secure an abortion. Director Eliza Hittman has a track record making sharp, observant character studies in films like Beach Rats, and this drama should introduce her to a much wider audience. The sequence in which you find out why the film has such a lengthy title is, in a word, devastating. … [Read more...] about Best Movies to See In March: ‘Mulan,’ ‘Onward,’ ‘The Hunt’
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RELATED: First Candyman Footage and Poster Arrive, Trailer Is Coming ThursdayNia DaCosta (Little Woods) is directing the film which is described as a "spiritual sequel" to Bernard Rose's 1992 horror movie. Based on Clive Barker's short story "The Forbidden," Candyman centers on an urban legend of a former slave that was murdered because of his relationship with a white woman. When her family learned of the forbidden love, he was smeared with honey so bees would attack him and then burned to death. His ashes were scattered at what would become the Cabrini-Green housing projects. The legend stated if you said his name five times in the mirror, he would come to murder you. You know, like urban legends do. … [Read more...] about Jordan Peele’s Candyman Reboot Begins Shooting in Chicago as More Join Cast
Elsewhere, local Hollywood expenditures on feature films in 2019 slid to $46.1 million, or 11 movies, against 30 movies being made with $231.8 million in local budgetary spending in 2018, as peak TV dominates the provincial production boom. Ontario's overall film and TV industry fueled a record $2.16 billion in total film and TV budget expenditures last year, as the domestic spend for film and TV series in 2019 rose 23 percent to $1.04 billion. … [Read more...] about Hollywood Productions Spent Record $1.12B in Toronto Area in 2019
Yan's studio has a lot of experience remastering older games, including Activision's Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a 2018 redesign of the three original PlayStation games: 1998's Spyro the Dragon, 1999's Ripto's Rage and 2000's Year of the Dragon. The packaged trio sold more than 2 million copies, banking largely on fan nostalgia for a series that launched in 1998. Spyro Reignited followed the 2017 release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, a collection of remastered versions of the three original Crash Bandicoot games from the PlayStation era. That title topped 10 million copies sold. … [Read more...] about Remake Fatigue? Not for Video Games
As is the new norm at HBO, the network employed an intimacy coordinator, Amanda Blumenthal, the daughter of production executive Ginny Nugent. "If you got a visit from Amanda that day, you knew it was going down," says actress Barbie Ferreira, 22, who had to film a scene in the third episode in which an obese man on a webcam pulls out his micro penis and masturbates to her. "I just remember everyone on set gasping," she says, noting that her and the other actor had an actual Skype call that played live on set. At first, Blumenthal tried to use specially made coverage pads for sex scenes that proved useful on The Deuce, but she found they weren't that helpful because the actors were rarely in the missionary position. … [Read more...] about HBO’s Explicit ‘Euphoria’ Courts Controversy: How Much Teen Sex and Drugs Is Too Much?