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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
63 marvinscorsese I would go see movies in IMAX if they were shot for IMAX. But yeah 2D is way better than 3D. It's a good trend.
16 Peeka789 If you could make glasses free 3d and not have it be three additional dollars, then 3d would have a solid chance as success. Till that happens 3D a pricey and painful distraction from the movie.
5 Spaded21 Guess I'm in the minority here but I love 3D. I'm happy for those that don't like it and want to watch 2D IMAX, so I hope they keep showing both. I also hope 3D blu-rays stick around. I didn't care for it on my 47" TV but on my projector and 120" screen it's awesome.
4 FilmStudentFincher It's also a directorial and studio choice, if a film is getting a 3D conversion (most marvel films) the IMAX release will usually show the 3D version. With something like Dunkirk Nolan is pretty against 3D so you get to enjoy the 2D experience. But similar to the other guy I'll only really go to an IMAX if it's shot in IMAX for the picture quality and full aspect ratio.
7 starktargaryen07 Yeah i find 3D very distracting
7 ParkerZA And thank fuck for that, 3D ruins IMAX for me. You lose all perspective of the size of the screen.
4 Contra-dick-tor Putting aside certain movies, 3d makes it hard to concentrate on the film and ruins the experience
1 YaBoyStevieJay Because FUCK 3D
1 LittleRudiger I'm actually alright with 3D, when it's done well, and it bugs me a bit when people dismiss the entire experience outright. But, I do agree that it's been vastly overdone and so slapdash for many films (the Marvel films, for instance, have done *zero* for me in 3D). Titanic 3D, an incredibly well-down conversion, was one of the best theatre experiences I've ever had, along with Gravity, Avatar and a handful of others. Hopefully the status quo going forward is not that 3D is fully eliminated, but, that the releases are actually thought out and used when a filmmaker feels it will help their movie (and not in a gimmicky way, but, just the nature of the film lends itself to that depth; shots with long narrow corridors intended to feel claustrophobic, things that emphasize a sense of scale in an image, etc.)
1 grozamesh IMAX to me is an entirely diluted brand. If I see something is "IMAX" these days, I can only expect it to maybe compare to a RPX or other basic premium viewing. Instead of "you are getting the best experience that exists" it's "you are getting an experience that's the same as the other 16 dollar theater down the street which isn't IMAX." When I saw "real" IMAX at the Sydney theater, it blew me away. None of the local theaters with LieMax have even slightly afforded me the same experience, while using the same damn branding name.
1 SilverSkywalkerSaber I just looked for the Thor Ragnarok release and it's listed as the same thing. Praise the Lord. We have won.
1 elboogie7 Lotta people don't like 3D. The people that do will be All-In for 2D only IMAX. Also, 2D saves millions by not having to convert. With movie studios, it's always 100% about the money.
1 sacrefist 3D is fantastic. It's wildly popular around the world, and Americans are just showing their ignorance in trashing it.
1 heybart So how does IMAX work for movies not shot in IMAX? They just blow it up with large top and bottom black bars? Do they open matte the film?
1 sacrefist You're doing it wrong. True film lovers only listen to audio scene descriptions to avoid visual bias. Leave 20th century crutches behind and embrace the new cinema of the mind.
62 0 marvinscorsese I would go see movies in IMAX if they were shot for IMAX. But yeah 2D is way better than 3D. It's a good trend.
14 0 Peeka789 If you could make glasses free 3d and not have it be three additional dollars, then 3d would have a solid chance as success. Till that happens 3D a pricey and painful distraction from the movie.
5 0 Spaded21 Guess I'm in the minority here but I love 3D. I'm happy for those that don't like it and want to watch 2D IMAX, so I hope they keep showing both. I also hope 3D blu-rays stick around. I didn't care for it on my 47" TV but on my projector and 120" screen it's awesome.
4 0 FilmStudentFincher It's also a directorial and studio choice, if a film is getting a 3D conversion (most marvel films) the IMAX release will usually show the 3D version. With something like Dunkirk Nolan is pretty against 3D so you get to enjoy the 2D experience. But similar to the other guy I'll only really go to an IMAX if it's shot in IMAX for the picture quality and full aspect ratio.
7 0 starktargaryen07 Yeah i find 3D very distracting
7 0 ParkerZA And thank fuck for that, 3D ruins IMAX for me. You lose all perspective of the size of the screen.
4 0 Contra-dick-tor Putting aside certain movies, 3d makes it hard to concentrate on the film and ruins the experience
2 0 YaBoyStevieJay Because FUCK 3D
1 0 LittleRudiger I'm actually alright with 3D, when it's done well, and it bugs me a bit when people dismiss the entire experience outright. But, I do agree that it's been vastly overdone and so slapdash for many films (the Marvel films, for instance, have done *zero* for me in 3D). Titanic 3D, an incredibly well-down conversion, was one of the best theatre experiences I've ever had, along with Gravity, Avatar and a handful of others. Hopefully the status quo going forward is not that 3D is fully eliminated, but, that the releases are actually thought out and used when a filmmaker feels it will help their movie (and not in a gimmicky way, but, just the nature of the film lends itself to that depth; shots with long narrow corridors intended to feel claustrophobic, things that emphasize a sense of scale in an image, etc.)
1 0 grozamesh IMAX to me is an entirely diluted brand. If I see something is "IMAX" these days, I can only expect it to maybe compare to a RPX or other basic premium viewing. Instead of "you are getting the best experience that exists" it's "you are getting an experience that's the same as the other 16 dollar theater down the street which isn't IMAX." When I saw "real" IMAX at the Sydney theater, it blew me away. None of the local theaters with LieMax have even slightly afforded me the same experience, while using the same damn branding name.
1 0 SilverSkywalkerSaber I just looked for the Thor Ragnarok release and it's listed as the same thing. Praise the Lord. We have won.
1 0 elboogie7 Lotta people don't like 3D. The people that do will be All-In for 2D only IMAX. Also, 2D saves millions by not having to convert. With movie studios, it's always 100% about the money.
1 0 sacrefist 3D is fantastic. It's wildly popular around the world, and Americans are just showing their ignorance in trashing it.
1 0 heybart So how does IMAX work for movies not shot in IMAX? They just blow it up with large top and bottom black bars? Do they open matte the film?
1 0 sacrefist You're doing it wrong. True film lovers only listen to audio scene descriptions to avoid visual bias. Leave 20th century crutches behind and embrace the new cinema of the mind.