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Disney had to pay Paramount seven figures to allow JJ Abrams to direct Star Wars Episode IX, to compensate them for getting out of the $10 million/year deal he's under with that studio.
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Avatar 2 Begins Filming Next Week
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Jake LaMotta, Boxing Legend Who Inspired 'Raging Bull,' Dies at 95
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‘It’ Becoming Biggest Horror Pic Ever Beating ‘The Exorcist’; ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Scares Up $100M+
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Frank - I Love You All
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JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE - Official Trailer #2
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Director Doug Liman Wants 'Edge of Tomorrow' Rebranded As 'Live Die Repeat'
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Sony Buys Into Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s 'Stolen Picture' Production Company
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Wonder Woman Confirmed to Appear in 'Flashpoint' DCEU Movie
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Bernie Casey, Football Star Turned Actor, Poet and Painter, Dies at 78
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Half in the Bag Episode 132: mother!
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Linda Hamilton Set to Return to 'Terminator' Franchise
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‘Tomb Raider’ Official Trailer (2018)
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Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor has reportedly been cut from Justice League
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Since I've got a feeling Warner Bros will want to make more than two IT movies, I'd love to see a prequel that takes place around the time Derry was first founded.
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"Isle of Dogs" Motion Poster
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Disney's 'Artemis Fowl' Receives August 9, 2019 Release Date
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UK Cathedral defends decision to allow Hellboy filming after some worshipers complain
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Gal Gadot Ready To Join Bradley Cooper In Max Landis' Deeper
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In Heaven Eraserhead
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David Lean's Epic 'Lawrence Of Arabia' Still An Exhilarating, Immersive Experience
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The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix
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Aside from their hit song "Take On Me", A-ha made an amazing Bond Theme for the 007 movie 'The Living Daylights' (1987). The combination of the group's 80s synth sound, paired with 007 regular John Barry and his usual orchestrial touch, makes for a great opening credits sequence.
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What is your favorite revenge film?
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Sublime Documentary (Trailer) -It Details How Addiction Ravaged Band After Bradley Nowell's Death
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Top movie cliches of each decade?
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Shane Black The Predator is set in the suburbs
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Greta Gerwig on ‘Lady Bird’: Sacramento Hasn’t ‘Been Given Its Proper Due in Cinema’
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Alternate Baby Driver chase scene. Some interesting additions to the final chase that got cut
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The Flashpoint Movie Recruits 'Drive' Production Designer
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Growing older alongside your favorite movies is weird...
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11 Terrible Films with Amazing Scores
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Ferdinand | Trailer [HD] | John Cena, Kate McKinnon
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What's your favorite performance by an actor with only 1 or 2 scenes in a movie?
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Just marathoned the entire Halloween Franchise!
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Nice list of some horror and thriller movies that more people should know about - all worth a look!
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New Poster for Survival-Drama '6 Below' - Starring Josh Hartnett
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Saw this movie when i was a kid, never found the title
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Wonderstruck Official Trailer [HD] | Amazon Studios
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Tom Cruise Denies 'Fake Butt' Rumors
376 sherbetpics Let's just face it - the rules for the amount of writers on a film are just odd. I think it was screenwriter John August who said that a caterer could work on a film for one day and get a credit but a writer who worked on the film for a year often ends up with nothing. I think it's time to add an additional credit for any contributing writers - it seems unfair to leave them off entirely. Maybe they don't receive residuals like the regular writers but at least their efforts would be recognised!
38 dating_derp > "In order to heighten the importance of credit, and reduce the perception that screenwriters can be swapped in and out like sparkplugs, the WGA’s own members have adopted rules that limit “Story by” screen credit to two writers or teams" > "... the guild in its early years fought ferociously for the right to determine credit, in order to prevent studio practices that at one time involved gratuitously doling out writing credit to moguls’ paramours or favored writers." edit: Personally, I don't like the limit of 2. If there's 4 writer's and they each contribute 30 pages written independently, it's wrong for only 2 of them to get the credit.
37 NI-Gunner Never ceases to amaze me how the most important job in the industry is where people get shafted the most. Writer's need to band together to get this shit sorted out because as it is they're accepting being treated like the shit at the bottom of Hollywood's shoe, yet there'd be no 'Hollywood' without screenwriters. Crazy!
198 aYearOfPrompts >(Full disclosure: this reporter was an associate counsel at the WGA in the early 1990s and served as advisory counsel to several PRBs.) No shit? You could taste the bias in this article long before getting to the buried disclaimer.
4 ChickenPromNight Writers have absolutely been the most shit-upon major film contributors for years and it's only getting worse. Studios think plots and characters are just placeholders for western tropes at this point, so they're wholly uninterested in allowing the story to affect anything, and by extension the writers.
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7 elljawa >In order to heighten the importance of credit, and reduce the perception that screenwriters can be swapped in and out like sparkplugs, the WGA’s own members have adopted rules that limit “Story by” screen credit to two writers or teams, and that guarantee at least shared "Story by" credit to the first writer or team (Kyle & Yost) on an original screenplay. So this was agreed upon by the guild members. The rule sucks, but still...
4 pepsi_skywalker The politics surrounding movie credits in general is pretty screwed. I worked on Transformers 5 at two different companies and wasn't credited.