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Article inside Paramount Wants ‘Star Trek 3′ to Feel Like ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

By Steve - 12 hours ago


Recently, a director shortlist for Star Trek 3 was revealed – a film desperately in need of a director after Robert Orci’s departure if Paramount is to have any hope of releasing it in time for the franchise’s 50th anniversary.

Included on the list are Rupert Wyatt, Daniel Espinosa, Justin Lin, Morten Tyldum, and Duncan Jones (though Jones has since denied any involvement). Wyatt is apparently the front runner, and the director has certainly proven heÂ’s capable with his recent work on Rise of the Planet of the Apes and the upcoming The Gambler. But with no director officially tapped, the search for who will helm Star Trek 3 continues.

Beyond that, there’s also dispute over the state of Star Trek 3‘s script, which was written by Orci along with screenwriters Patrick McKay and J.D. Payne. Rumors suggested Paramount and Orci had a falling out over the script – which was said to include time travel (again) and an appearance from William Shatner’s Kirk. Then Orci explained that that wasn’t the case, saying there was no time travel in the movie, he was still a producer, and would remain “very involved.”

Either way, it remains unclear exactly what’s planned for the next installment in Star Trek‘s latest film series, but Badass Digest‘s Devin Faraci claims that Paramount wants Stark Trek 3 to be more like Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and that this was a point of contention between Paramount and Orci.

Paramount wanting Trek 3 to have a little of Guardians‘ uniqueness isn’t entirely unexpected – the film was, after all, a hugely successful sci-fi-action flick set predominately in outer space with an edginess to it that even J.J. Abram’s first Star Trek couldn’t achieve.

Is it true? Does Paramount want Trek 3 to borrow from Guardians? There’s no doubt that Star Trek Into Darkness was a bit underwhelming at the box office – though it was still a hit – and the very serious take on the property left a bad taste in a lot of fans’ mouths. Some would argue that Star Trek is better when it isn’t taking itself too seriously, and when it features the crew’s camaraderie just as much as whatever obstacles they face.

Guardians managed to blend offbeat comedy with action well, and had a cast of characters who all played off each other as a believable group of misfits. Star Trek 3 would do well to take note and infuse itself with some of this much needed levity and stronger development of its central charactersÂ’ relationships. (Though ParamountÂ’s request that Keenser be more like Rocket Raccoon and Groot seems a little misguided.)

And who knows, if they really want to take a page out of Guardians playbook, maybe weÂ’ll even see the Enterprise crew travel to the prison planet of Rura Penthe Ă  la Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Would you like to see a Star Trek 3 that borrows from Guardians of the Galaxy? Is Rupert Wyatt the director helm that sort of film? Let us hear what you think comments below!

Star Trek 3 is expected to release in theaters in 2016; weÂ’ll let you know if that changes.

http://screenrant.com/star-trek-3-ru...-of-the-galaxy

 
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MoviePass lands deal with AMC theaters for subscription movie service

By NiteTerroz - 12 hours ago

MoviePass has finally signed on a big partner for its unique subscription service, which lets moviegoers see one film every day for a flat monthly total. AMC, the second-largest movie theater chain in North America, will pilot a partnership with MoviePass in two cities. Beginning in January, select theaters in Boston and Denver will offer MoviePass subscriptions priced between $35 and $45. The more expensive package will allow customers to see films in more immersive formats like IMAX and 3D, whereas the default option will be limited to regular screenings. AMC says the partnership will expand to include other cities, but isn't making any promises about where or when. "The data will determine how fast we go," a spokesperson told The New York Times.
For MoviePass, the AMC deal represents a huge step forward. In most theaters, the service is based around a somewhat complicated system that pairs MoviePass' smartphone app with a custom debit card used to cover the price of tickets. It works, but it's not exactly what you'd call a streamlined process. Previous talks with theaters weren't very productive, since many larger chains were reluctant to let MoviePass interfere with existing arrangements involving Fandango and other digital ticket sellers.

WOULD YOU PAY $45 TO WATCH AN IMAX MOVIE EVERY DAY OF THE MONTH?

Interestingly, AMC and MoviePass initially butted heads over the subscription approach to moviegoing. AMC was angry that it wasn't consulted during the service's development and instructed its theaters to refuse MoviePass beta participants. But apparently it's now sold on the idea — especially if MoviePass can help bring up attendance numbers. "This pilot will provide more convenience for our guests, and responds to the preference of many consumers for monthly entertainment subscriptions such as music and magazines, which we believe will increase the frequency of movie going." MoviePass wants to be the Spotify of movie theaters, but there's not much solid proof that consumers want that sort of thing.
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Video inside Steve Carrell Thriller Abandoned Because Of Hollywood's Fear Of North Korea

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fu*king with the gawd Carrell's oscar hustle......:ghostmad:.

 
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DaOmega_1 reviews "Unbroken"

By DaOmega_1 - 12 hours ago


"Unbroken" is the kind of film critics like to call "a triumph of the human spirit". First of all, that's bullsh*t. To call it a "triumph" is generous at best. To call it "human" is downright wrong. Anyone that implies that there is "humanity" in this is either not a human being, or has never met one. What might be more accurate is to call it "a general example of trite screenwriting formula".

Everything about this movie, from its emotional beats to its musical crescendos, feels like it was pumped out of a machine. Nearly everything about this just reads as false even though its based on a true story. That is not to say that the movie's intentions don't come from a place that is "genuine", it's just that the end result feels anything but. It feels manipulative.

The story, based on the life of Louis "Louie" Zamperini, is an appropriately affecting one. And, the story is told with the trademark Hollywood sheen of a big Oscar bait drama. But, that's the main problem, there is nothing about this film that feels like it has the human touch. It hits the bullet points of every Oscar bait film ever. It's like watching a two hour and 17 minute long "For Your Consideration" ad. It has too much of the "prestige" pic gloss. What this needs is grit. What it needs is a less Hollywood approach. What it needs is filmmaking that doesn't pummel you with obvious emotion and basic storytelling.

Yeah... That's a good word to describe this: basic. As it stands, "Unbroken" harkens to a "simpler" time of film, with a white male protagonist going against the odds, and battling adversity in the form of non-white people. A movie along these same lines that's infinitely better than this is Scorsese's "The Aviator". What that film has that this one lacks is a spark of danger, and a more focused interest in exploring its main character. "Unbroken" constantly bashes us over the head as if to say "ISN'T THIS IMPORTANT?! ISN'T THIS PROFOUND? DON'T YOU CARE ABOUT THIS MAIN CHARACTER? IT'S IMPORTANT!"

With a script co-written by the Coen Brothers, I expected the screenplay to be better. Although, I wouldn't put it past director Angelina Jolie to mince the ever-loving sh*t out of the screenplay to make it "easier". Tragically, Jolie shows promise as a director, but this film is just kinda sh*tty. I'm bothered by these kinds of films. These boring Oscar-bait films that are only created with the sole purpose of trying to get awards. This film is engineered that way from the start.

I suppose it's possible to be impressed by this movie visually, or be engaged by the performances. Just don't expect to be "moved". Because, clearly that's what the movie desperately wants to do. It wants you to be emotionally invested into it. Unfortunately, the heavy-handed direction pushes me out of the reality of the film. I can't feel anything for it.

In the end, movies like "Unbroken" don't deserve the attention that they inevitably get. It'll probably get snobby critics to love it, and it'll probably get awards buzz. It'll probably be called "A Triumph of the Human Spirit". One thing I simply won't call it is "entertaining".

 
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So, "The Interview" will get a VOD/DVD release, right?? Um.... No.

By DaOmega_1 - 12 hours ago

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The Interview is over — really and truly. Despite reports floating around other outlets, Sony Pictures will not be putting the now-shuttered pic out on VOD, DVD or any other platform, at least not any time soon. “Sony Pictures has no further release plans for the film,” a studio spokesperson told me today.

The hacked-apart Sony pulled the James Franco and Seth Rogen film from its December 25 debut date earlier today. That not-unexpected move came after Regal, AMC and other big movie chains announced earlier Wednesday that they wouldn’t show it after hackers threatened potential moviegoers Tuesday with remarks like “remember the 11th of September 2001.” With Sony telling exhibitors on December 16 that it was up to them if they wanted to actually show the film and NATO backing its membership to “delay” showing The Interview to ensure “a safe holiday movie season,” this controversial comedy about an assassination of the leader of North Korea has now truly gone dark from the devastating cyberattack.
http://deadline.com/2014/12/sony-hac...od-1201328791/

 
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Sony Leak: Denzel Washington Should NOT be given Lead Roles because he's Black

By Dead Masons - 12 hours ago

Denzel Blacklisted! Sony Execs Warned Not To Cast Washington In Big Flicks Because Black Leads ‘Don’t Play Well’ — Latest Shocking Email Leak

After President Obama, Kevin Hart, and Angelina Jolie came under fire from racist Sony executives, RadarOnline.com has learned that Denzel Washington is the latest target to be revealed in the explosive hacker email leak. According to emails from the execs, two-time Oscar winner Washington should not be cast in films that will get play overseas — because he is black.

The unbelievable e-mail thread was sent soon after Sony released WashingtonÂ’s latest film The Equalizer, and was posted online by hackers who are demanding the studio not release The Interview, a comedy about the assassination of North KoreaÂ’s dictator.

The producer who sent the e-mail to Sony Chairman Michael Lynton said he or she hoped the incredible statement wasn’t “inappropriate or provocative.” But the producer — whose name was erased from the emails — suggested Sony should avoid casting black actors to appeal to an international market that the producer deemed “racist.”

“No, I am not saying The Equalizer should not have been made or that African American actors should not have been used (I personally think Denzel is the best actor of his generation),” the producer wrote.

“Casting him is saying we’re ok with a double if the picture works,” the producer wrote, using a baseball analogy. “He’s reliable at the domestic [box office], safe, but has not had a huge success in years. I believe whenever possible the non event pictures, extra ‘bets’ should have a large inherent upside and be made for the right price. Here there isn’t a large inherent upside.”

WashingtonÂ’s The Equalizer grossed $191 million at theaters worldwide, with 47% of the ticket sales coming from outside of the United States. Still, the e-mail chain suggested that the overseas box office percentage was not good enough. Other films should expect 65% of the sales abroad, the analysis said. The reason for the disparity? According to the producer, it was WashingtonÂ’s race.


“I believe that the international motion picture audience is racist — in general pictures with an African American lead don’t play well overseas,” the producer wrote. “But Sony sometimes seems to disregard that a picture must work well internationally to both maximize returns and reduce risk, especially pics with decent size budgets.”

An Equalizer sequel, which another e-mail said was set for 2017, would be “a double, with a remote chance of a home run,” the producer wrote.

Along with slamming Washington’s box office draw, the analysis also took a hit at Adam Sandler and Kevin James, suggesting Sony is also swinging for a double and not a home run by casting them in the upcoming film Pixels. The email suggested that Sony “may not have had much choice without blowing the relationship with Sandler, and they want another Grownups, although after That’s My Boy they could have dumped him.”

Previous emails exposed racist jokes about President Obama, and a racist joke about the trend of white celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Madonna adopting black babies.

Another chain revealed that Alex Trebek almost quit Jeopardy! over a standoff with the mother of a Jeopardy! Kids contestant.

Story developing.

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/20...dience-racist/

 
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Paramount Cancels Team America Screenings Because Everyone's a Coward

By latin_linx - 12 hours ago

In the wake of Sony Pictures canceling its release of The Interview, some theaters with actual balls opted to show Team America: World Police as a protest. No such luck. In a truly staggering act of cowardice, Paramount appears to be telling theaters to shut it all down. What the fu*k.

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This insane cancellation ostensibly comes from the same insane security concerns Sony Pictures folded to when it cancelled The Interview. Namely, the threat of full-on terrorist attacks at theaters by the Guardians of Peace, a organization that so far has shown prowess only in hacking Sony's internal network and bragging about it anonymously on Pastebin.

Terrorist threats are no laughing matter, of course, but the Department of Homeland Security has found no credible threat, and evidence that the Guardians of Peace have any sort of manpower that could do anything within the boundaries of the United States (much less at thousands of locations simultaneously) is practically non-existent. This sort of panicked cowardice would be absurd if it wasn't so damn sad.

We've reached out to the theaters to find out if Paramount is citing an additional, specific threat against theaters screening Team America: World Police in particular, or if the company is simply just assuming that theater-threatening boogeymen wouldn't be huge fans of this film either. We've also reached out to Paramount, because what the hell.

Meanwhile, evidence is mounting that perhaps North Korea itself is behind the Sony hacks and that the U.S. might officially point the finger later today. Although that doesn't lend much more credence to threats of terrorism, considering the North Korea is pretty well known for spouting empty nonsense and launching missiles that can barely make it off the launchpad. There's nothing more embarrassing then bowing to that.

In the meantime, who's up for some Red Dawn?

http://gizmodo.com/movie-theaters-ca...ium=socialflow

Hollywood is just full of pussies

 
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Image inside Teaser Posters for "Pixels"

By goldenera - 2 days ago

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Sony Pictures Entertainment has released new 'Donkey Kong,' 'Frogger,' 'Pac-Man,' 'Space Invaders,' and 'Centipede' posters for their upcoming movie, Pixels. The film is directed by Chris Columbus ("Harry Potter") and stars Adam Sandler ("Billy Madison") and Peter Dinklage ("Game of Thrones"). The premise is fairly simple: Aliens attack Earth by bringing classic video characters to life. They end up wrecking some stuff and that is when some expert gamers are brought in to help out. Just thank god their not hackers or that would be super-awkward.












Comic Book Movie

 
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