AR Rahman, the Academy award-winning musician is making a comeback to Malayalam cinema after a long gap of 2 decades, with Aadujeevitham. The legendary musician will compose the soundtrack and original score for the project. KU Mohanan, the veteran cinematographer is the DOP. A Sreekar Prasad is the editor of the project. Rasool Pookutty, the Academy award-winner handles the sound design. … [Read more...] about Prithviraj Sukumaran’s Aadujeevitham: Next Schedule To Start Rolling On This Date!
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Parasite’s China market potential was recognized by some of the first buyers who saw it at Cannes. Several well-connected sources in Beijing tell THR that the film sold to a Chinese distributor during Cannes’ Marche du Film in May. But South Korean studio giant CJ Entertainment remains mum on its China ambitions for the blockbuster. When asked about distribution plans there, a CJ representative would only say, "Nothing is decided yet." (CJ also declined to say which Chinese company currently holds the local release rights.) … [Read more...] about Will ‘Parasite’ Ever Be Seen In China?
In 1993, the actor was just emerging from the matinee idol phase of his career and was rapidly cultivating a reputation as a fearless actor unwilling to trade on good looks alone. He opted out of Hollywood blockbusters (those would come much later) and into work by equally fearless filmmakers like John Waters (Cry-Baby), Jim Jarmusch (Dead Man) and a young Tim Burton (Ed Wood). That same year he played Axel Blackmar, a young man living in New York who travels home to Arizona in search of freedom, romance, fish and a way to an Inuit village — it’s unclear really — in the appropriately monikered Arizona Dream. … [Read more...] about Hollywood Flashback: Johnny Depp Embraced Absurdity in ‘Arizona Dream’ in 1993
It may sound strange, but the cat fest isn’t nothing to laugh at. In 2019, it grossed over $500K domestic. O-scope looks to gross over $100K this weekend on limited screenings. They are already reporting sell-outs in Boston (The Coolidge), Brooklyn (Nitehawk and Alamo Drafthouse), San Francisco (The Roxie), Seattle (SIFF), Austin (Violet Crown), Santa Fe (Violet Crown) and Milwaukee (The Oriental). The Detroit Cinema Theater has also reported they have sold over 2,600 tickets and on their way to beat last year’s $34,000 gross. It looks like cat lovers want to get their paws on these tickets. … [Read more...] about ‘Emma’ Gives A Fresh Look At Jane Austen Classic, Amazon Debuts Kristen Stewart’s ‘Seberg’ – Specialty B.O. Preview
If there was a reason to raise an eyebrow at Simmons’ claims, it may have been the fact that a low-level CIA operator wanted to go on television at all. “Most operators don’t want to go on TV,” one former Navy Seal tells me. “They want to get paid $200,000 as a security contractor.” While some members of the military-analysts program had contracts that offered as much as $1,000 per appearance, Simmons was never paid by Fox, and he supported himself through a variety of businesses, including launching Simmons Air, a commuter airline in Maryland. (Simmons got a $20,000 rookie contract with the New Orleans Saints in the summer of 1978, when he was supposedly five years into his CIA career, but was cut that September.) Eventually, Simmons tried to capitalize on his public profile, becoming a regular on the local Republican speakers’ circuit and landing a book deal. … [Read more...] about The Rise and Fall of a Fox News Fraud