Avengers: Endgame directors the Russo Brothers fought very hard for Kevin Feige to get Spider-Man in the first place. They know how much blood, sweat, and tears went into forging a deal between two rival studios to share one of the biggest superheroes of all time and were not surprised to see the deal come to an end. They know how much Feige sacrificed to make it happen and like the Marvel Studios boss, they are happy that it all happened in the first place and shocked it went as long as it did. … [Read more...] about Kevin Feige Is Too Busy for Spider-Man Insists Sony Chief, Says Door Is Closed for Now
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“We are so pleased that Fox Searchlight’s early enthusiasm for this movie has paid off, and we’re excited by their plans to bring it to as wide an audience as possible in North America. We’re all proud of this film, and with Fox Searchlight, we have the right fit: we can’t wait to get started,” said Iannucci and Loader. … [Read more...] about Fox Searchlight Makes North American Rights Deal For ‘The Personal History Of David Copperfield’ Before Toronto & London Fest Bows
But much of Steen’s ire is directed at Facebook for reportedly refusing to take down the livestream while McNutt was still alive, as it has done in the past while other crimes have taken place. McNutt’s loved ones’ efforts to remove the video from social platforms has prompted the creation of the hashtag campaign #ReformForRonnie. “Had their response been adequate and they just ended his livestream, I honestly don’t think he would’ve killed himself,” he says. “It would’ve diverted his attention and would’ve been a crucial factor in changing the situation as it was.” … [Read more...] about Why Did Facebook Keep a Man’s Livestreamed Suicide Up for Hours?
"I've got to say I was really nervous and scared coming on set for the first time because I didn't know if I had it in me to play this type of character. He is a really complicated character and it is very dark, and I had to go to places mentally that I didn't know I could go to or don't think I ever want to go to again." RELATED: The Devil All the Time Trailer: Tom Holland Vs. Robert Pattinson in Netflix Thriller Tom Holland shot to fame playing one of the most iconic superheroes in history, in one of the most successful franchises of all time. But with that success came a certain brand image that can make it difficult for the actor to ever be seen as anything more than Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. … [Read more...] about The Devil All the Time Had Tom Holland Scared He Couldn’t Pull It Off
Though the organization’s bellwether rate for determining Oscar’s best picture is reportedly over 40%, the last time both AMPAS and NYFCC matched was in the 2011-12 season when they both gave the top prize to Michel Hazanavicius’ Hollywood silent film ode The Artist. Last year NYFCC lauded Lady Bird as best picture which went to score five Oscar nominations, but no wins. While it’s common for many NYFCC winners to continue on as potential Oscar nominees, last year the only category where the group saw eye-to-eye with AMPAS as far as wins go was Disney’s Coco for Best Animated Film. Three years ago, the NYFCC predicted a surprise that no one expected at the Oscars: Mark Rylance taking best supporting actor for Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies. … [Read more...] about New York Film Critics Circle Awards Names ‘Roma’ Best Film, Alfonso Cuarón Best Director