RELATED: Ant-Man 3 News Is Coming Pretty Soon Teases Michael Douglas There is no video of this meeting with Paul Rudd and there are not any photos either, so this is a mighty big stretch here. These days, anyone can claim a "source" has told them a bit of news and it easily gets picked up. With that being said, this meeting may have actually happened, though we don't know Rudd's tone when talking to these fans during an alleged meeting. If he did meet up with these guys, he very well could have been being sarcastic and then felt the need to backtrack when the fans didn't pick up on his tone. … [Read more...] about Did Paul Rudd Just Confirm Ant-Man 3 or Is It All Just Fake News?
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Of course, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is not the only anticipated release to be given a painful premiere delay, as nearly every major release set for this year has gotten similar treatment. Just this week, it was announced that the upcoming slasher sequel Halloween Kills will premiere in October 2021 instead of October 2020, as was the original plan. Other major horror movie releases, the upcoming sequel The Forever Purge and Nia DaCosta's Candyman reboot, have also been pushed back from the original release dates. Given these recent announcements, it's now looking like there's a good chance next month's Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter sequel Bill & Ted Face the Music could see a delay as well. … [Read more...] about Ghostbusters: Afterlife Should Have Arrived in Theaters This Weekend
The Foo Fighters recorded at Preservation Hall during the sessions for their 2014 LP Sonic Highways. “We loaded in all of our equipment to record this loud rock song,” Grohl told Preservation Hall Artistic Director Ben Jaffe during a Q&A portion of the livestream. “I’m looking at all these beautiful paintings on the wall and these lightning fixtures and pews that had been there for decades. I’m thinking, ‘We’re going to bust this place.’ It was exciting in that experiment.” … [Read more...] about Watch Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl Play ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’
Yet no major artist has covered “How Do You Sleep?” — the late Beatle’s bitter Imagine track aimed at Paul McCartney. Things had grown tense between Lennon and his former bandmate before and after the Beatles’ messy breakup in 1970, and McCartney’s “Too Many People,” from his underrated 1971 album Ram, hadn’t helped. “He’d been doing a lot of preaching, and it got up my nose a little bit,” McCartney said in 1984. “In one song, I wrote, ‘Too many people preaching practices,’ I think is the line. I mean, that was a little dig at John and Yoko. There wasn’t anything else on it that was about them. Oh, there was ‘You took your lucky break and broke it in two.'” … [Read more...] about Flashback: John Lennon Recruits George Harrison for Paul McCartney Dig ‘How Do You Sleep?’
The visual language of the episode also drew inspiration from filmmakers such as Ingmar Bergman, whose "camera moves allow you to study and stay with these people." A favorite scene involved the protagonist Loretta at a young age, in the foreground of a shot while listening to an argument between her mother and uncle in the background. "You get all of the emotional insecurity and tension in her face without ever focusing on the adults in the background," Cronenweth says. "It lets you remember what it's like to be a child in an adult world when a confrontation is happening." … [Read more...] about “It Was a Scene That I Feared”: Film Cinematographers Who Took on TV Shows Talk Challenges, Inspirations