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#1  Charlize Theron Says Male Director Made Her Do Multiple Fittings to Look More 'F*ckable

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@movies      By Eclectic      1 hour ago

"Charlize Theron is done letting men dictate her fashion choices onscreen.

The actress, who is set to star in Netflix's The Old Guard 2 and The School For Good and Evil, recalled an experience with an unnamed male director who she said had her attend multiple costume fittings in an attempt to s*xualize both her and her character.

"I remember one movie in particular, this male director who just kept bringing me in, fitting after fitting after fitting," she told Harper's Bazaar. "And it was just so obvious that it was to do with my s*xuality and how f---able they could make me in the movie. And when I started out, that was just kind of the norm."

Earlier in the interview, Theron shared that she had been irked by men making decisions about her outfits since the beginning of her career.

"Having absolutely no control over what you're wearing is a big one that really f---ing annoyed me for years," she said. "Having some guy make you have a fitting almost in front of them — stuff like that, it's really belittling."

Theron added that there was "no conversation" around the outfit selection process at all when she was first starting out. Instead, she said, "It was like, 'This is what you're wearing.'"

While starring in the 2003 film Monster, Theron recalled trying to protect Patty Jenkins' vision after getting the feeling that its financiers were more interested in creating "a hot lesbian movie with me and Christina Ricci." She founded her own production company, Denver & Delilah, the same year.

"There's a natural f*ght in me to want to create environments that feel like the things that I wish I had 30 years ago when I started," she shared. Theron is a producer on the forthcoming Old Guard sequel and revealed that its cast and crew consisted of 85 percent women.

When it comes to being a producer, Theron acknowledged, "I don't always get it right." Still, she added, "I am very aware of looking at the big picture and saying, 'Is this really the best we can do?'"

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#2  Eyes Wise Shut is so underrated

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@movies      By dymablink      13 hours ago

Conspiracy Theories go that Kubrick got clipped cause this movies gives a glimpse into secret societies of the rich and elite. He died before the movie came out. Film type classic.

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#3 Anyone else seen Dont Worry Darling

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@movies      By dymablink      13 hours ago

Not gonna lie I’m not sure how this film is getting bad reviews, I enjoyed the hell out of it. Woulda never predicted that twist so the film kept me wanting to know what’s really going on. After the twist you start noticing the little nuances in the film. sh*t I enjoyed this way more then I did NOPE.

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#4 A Great Movie that takes place in One room

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  @movies      By AfroBucks88      15 hours ago

A psychological thriller about eight candidates for a highly desirable corporate job are locked together in an exam room and given a final test with just one question. It seems simple yet confusing that soon, tensions begin to unravel.

have any of yall seen it?

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#5  Conspiracy Night: Next Up Eminem (Did he really SACRIFICE Proof)

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#6  New Footage From Black Adam

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@movies      By Kadroan      18 hours ago


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#7  Director Jason Eisener Is Ready To Return For Another VHS Movie [Exclusive]

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@movies      By Eclectic      21 hours ago

"Back in 2013, "Hobo with a Shotgun" director Jason Eisener contributed to the horror anthology "V/H/S/2" with the aptly-titled "Slumber Party Alien Abduction." I think that title explains itself better than I could ever explain it, so let's just say it was a memorable addition to the "V/H/S/" franchise. Despite the popularity of the first and second entries, however, the series took a hiatus after the release of "V/H/S/: Viral" in 2014.

Thankfully, the series is back in full swing, with "V/H/S/ 99" about to premiere on Shudder in October. However, Eisener hasn't yet returned to the franchise, which is a crying shame. Thankfully, /Film's Ryan Scott got to speak with Eisener at Fantastic Fest, where he is premiering his latest film, "Kids Vs. Aliens." When asked about whether he would ever consider contributing another short to "V/H/S/," he said that he would definitely consider it.

"I've got all kinds of ideas for that, and I do love that format so much," he said.

For the love of found-footage

Let's face it –*aliens and found-footage go together like peanut butter and jelly. From the infamous "McPherson Tape" to the high-energy chaos of "Cloverfield," there is an unfairly untapped market for a good found-footage horror movie revolving around aliens and the nefarious things they get up to.

While "Kids Vs. Aliens" is shot more traditionally, Eisener is interested in getting back to making found-footage movies. He credits this love of the subgenre with two extremely specific inspirations, one of which being videos shot from an animal's perspective. The other? Well, that's a bit more obscure.

"I was really inspired by Stuart Gordon's 'Aliens' Ride," he told Ryan. "I never got to do it ... but I love any clips I can find online about it."

The ride in question was "Aliens: Ride at the Speed of Fright," a simulator attraction that utilized an in-ride video timed to motion-simulating seats. The memory of the attraction, which ran in San Franscisco and Derbyshire, persists online largely in the form of POV recordings. These recordings, Eisener says, are a lot like the movies he aims to make.

"That was a huge inspiration on [my career]," he said. "So I want to do more of those, more kind of little ride movies in a way. That's how I see them."

"Kids Vs. Aliens" arrives in theaters and on digital platforms sometime in 2023. Check out our write-up of the recently-released trailer here.
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#8  Inside the Texas Chain Saw Massacre Team’s Undying Commitment to Authenticity

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@movies      By Eclectic      21 hours ago

"There’s a particular light switch in 1974’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre that probably no one noticed. It’s only in about four frames and even though millions of people have seen that horror classic, the likelihood of anyone actually recognizing that particular switch is slim to none. But while combing through footage doing research for Gun Interactive and Sumo Digital’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Senior Producer Ismael Vicens noticed it. And now, even though it’s such a ridiculously small piece of the set, it’s in the game.

“We go frame by frame [through the movie],” said Vicens. “Just a couple weeks ago, I was once again going frame by frame through the movie and I spotted a light switch that you can only see for about four frames in the movie. And so I shot a message over to our artists and said, ‘Hey, here’s a screenshot. You can only see it in four frames of the movie, but that means it’s in the movie. We need to add this light switch.’”

Gun has spent years putting this downright obsessive amount of care into this upcoming asymmetrical multiplayer horror game based in the iconic film franchise. It’s a road the studio has traveled down before with its last title, Friday the 13th: The Game, where watching and rewatching the films in the related series to suck up every detail is not a tedious process, but one the team takes pride in because it makes the game more true to its source. When prompted if any one detail stuck out, Vicens couldn’t pick one; they all matter.

“For us, every detail like [the light switch] matters,” stated Vicens. “We feel proud about the fact that every detail matters to us.”

Some of the smaller details like the aforementioned switch came from analyzing every square inch of the film, but many others made their way into the game because of the trips Gun took to Texas. Certain studio members visited the Lone Star State seven or eight times over the years and took thousands of photos in hundreds of towns, traveling well outside the areas covered in the film in order to create a thorough catalog of reference material. And, of course, this includes the original house the film was shot in, but, while valuable in its own way, that house is a bit different now. The Sawyer’s residence has been transformed into an innocent cafe that looks like a place patrons can grab a cup of coffee and not a burger made of drifters and roadkill.

Gun was still able to travel back in time, though. By tracking down the designer and the catalog the house was pulled from, the developer was able to more accurately emulate the materials without just having to just guess or eyeball it. This allowed the studio to step beyond the movie and look at the floor plan of the old 1900s Victorian house in order to get a deeper sense of the building and what it was made of.

But it wasn’t just the type of wood that was used to construct the place; it was also about the house’s spirit and surrounding atmosphere. This means that the birds chirping in the game are actually birds that would be in that area of Texas during that time of year. The patches of seasonal red Indian paintbrush flowers (as seen in the above picture) and the bluebonnets — which is also the Texas state flower — that only bloom for a few weeks litter the ground as they would in real life.

Even the skies in the game are pulled from reality. Creative Director Ronnie Hobbs recalled seeing a remarkably beautiful sunset one day and snapping a picture of it, which he said was one of his favorite pictures from his many trips out there. That sunset is now in the game, and while many might have trouble discerning that that skybox is specifically Texan, it’s all part of making The Texas Chain Saw Massacre “feel like it was made in Texas” from the dirt (which they also photographed) to the sky.

“I remember that sunset and now it’s in the game and I can tell you, we were sitting there looking at it in awe and now it’s in the game,” said Hobbs. “So those things are very important to us. When you look up, we want you to feel like you’re in Texas. When you look down, when you hide in the grass, the trees, all those things on a broader scale are very important to us. And that obviously also applies to the tiny, tiny details, like Ish mentioned, lights switches, wood grain, and the rust that you see, that’s actual rust that Ish took a photo of off of some old car.”

Getting all of these pictures in the middle of nowhere wasn’t always a smooth process. As is customary for running around in the boondocks, the studio ran into more than its share of angry wildlife. Vicens recalled how he was the “only idiot” who remembered to bring snake guards, shin guards to protect against snake bites, and had to patrol paths first to scout for rattlesnakes. And while they heard of Matthew Szep, brand strategy team lead, coming across a “massive” ocelot or mountain lion, they all crossed paths with some intimidating bulls a few times while totally not trespassing.

“We were taking these awesome photos and we turned around and suddenly this bull was just there like eight feet from us,” said Vicens. “And Ronnie has spent more time in Texas. Matt and I are not Texans in any way and Ronnie was like, ‘Don’t move.’ And so we just freeze and he gently like walks over and shuts this gate that we’d stupidly left open. We thought the land was abandoned. We didn’t know there was anything there. It was clear when we got there. He just gently shuts this gate and this bull is just chilling out, watching us. And we’re just thinking like, ‘Man, we are probably about to die because this thing was as tall as Ronnie and Ronnie is not a short dude.’”

Hobbs said that the 800-pound beast could have k*lled them “easily” and was reminiscent of another time they hopped a fence to get to the road where Leatherface does his unhinged chainsaw dance only to be caught off guard by another bull and set of cows.

All of this shows how committed Gun is to ensuring that The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is being built as authentically as possible. It’s impractical to literally hunt down every single aspect that made the film, especially since director Tobe Hooper is no longer alive. But when team members weren’t able to get a specific detail, they worked to understand the roots of the series and where it came from in order to make informed decisions and fill in the gaps in ways that fit both the game and franchise. So while it has deep cuts like a reference to Head Cheese, one of the film’s working titles, it’s also full of touches that aren’t from any behind-the-scenes documentary or a specific scene, but ones bred from grounds the film was shot at and the atmosphere it was conceived in."

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#9  ‘The Nun 2’ – Storm Reid Will Battle Valak in Upcoming Sequel

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@movies      By Eclectic      22 hours ago

"The next installment of The Conjuring Universe is set to be The Nun 2, with Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It) taking over as director. Bonnie Aarons will be back, again playing the demon known as Valak, and tonight THR reports that Storm Reid (“Euphoria”) has been set to lead the cast of the upcoming sequel.

The Nun 2 will arrive in theaters on September 8, 2023.

Here’s the first The Nun 2 plot synopsis: “1956 – France. A priest is murdered. An evil is spreading. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit THE NUN follows SISTER IRENE as she once again comes face to face with the demonic force VALAK – THE DEMON NUN.”

The first movie back in 2018 was set in 1952 Romania, so the sequel will be picking up just four years later. Sister Irene is the character played by Taissa Farmiga in The Nun.

Back in 2018, The Nun scared up a whopping $365 million at the worldwide box office, all but ensuring that we hadn’t seen the last of the demonic nun known as Valak.

Last we heard, Akela Cooper (Malignant) will be writing The Nun 2.

In Corin Hardy’s The Nun, “A priest with a haunted past and a novice on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun in Romania and confront a malevolent force in the form of a demonic nun.”

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#10  Reservoir Dogs - Opening Scene

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@movies      By Eclectic      23 hours ago

"Who the fu*k is Toby ?" lol

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#11 A new ‘CLOVERFIELD’*film is in the works with Babak Anvari directing🚨

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#12 New look @ Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright & Tenoch Huerta for ‘BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FORE

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#13 Jasmine Guy breaks down the Racist things NBC were doing to "A Different World"!

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  @movies      By GodBody      1 day ago

Jasmine Guy breaks down how NBC treated the cast of A Different World like sh*t, very similar to how they treated the Cast of Living Single

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#14  I didn't know Dr. Russ Fegoli was Paulie's father

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@movies      By QB Eagles      2 days ago

You're welcome

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#15  The 10 movies I like a lot listed

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@movies      By claymation      2 days ago

Name ten movies you like a lot, BX.

Mine are in no order exactly, but what is in common is that they all have great re-watch value for me at least...

The Gentleman
The Breakfast Club
Chained Heat 3: Hell Moutain
Team America: World Police
Night Crawler
Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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#16  'Yellowstone' Prequel '1923' Adds 'Game of Thrones' Alum Jerome Flynn

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@movies      By Eclectic      2 days ago

"The Master of Coin is heading to Yellowstone. It has been reported Game of Thrones alum Jerome Flynn will be joining the cast of 1923, the next series for Taylor Sheridan's universe based around his highly successful Yellowstone series. He joins a cast led by series stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren with the series set to premiere on Paramount+ this December.

According to Deadline, Flynn will be playing Banner Creighton, who is described as a "hard-headed Scottish brogue and the leader of the local sheep men." The prequel series will focus on a different generation of the Dutton family than the Kevin Costner-led modern era seen in Yellowstone. Taking place in between the parent series and fellow prequel series 1883, the upcoming series is set in the titular year of 1923 and will center on the family patriarch Jacob (Ford) and his wife Cara (Mirren). The pair head the Yellowstone ranch and must face the challenges of the era, including Prohibition, pandemic, historic drought, and the looming threat of the Great Depression, all while the family's existence in Montana is put at risk.

Flynn is most known for his role as Bronn in HBO's Game of Throne series with other credits including Black Mirror, Ripper Street, and John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum with his most recent projects being the TV movies The Trick directed by Pip Broughton and Stephen Hopkins' The Dark Tower based on the novel of the same name from Stephen King. While we have an idea of who Flynn's character is, we still aren't fully sure how he will be involved in the series' plot.

Flynn joins a cast that features already mentioned stars Ford and Mirren as well as Darren Mann, Michelle Randolph, James Badge Dale, Marley Shelton, Brian Geraghty, Aminah Nieves, Julia Schlaepfer, Brandon Sklenar, and, most recently, Robert Patrick. Sheridan serves as the series creator as well as an executive producer, with his fellow executive producers including John Linson, Art Linson, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, David Hutkin, Bob Yari, and Ben Richardson.

1923 is currently in production in Montana as it shoots for a December release on Paramount+. The prequel's parent series Yellowstone is set to return on November 13 with its fifth season. Check out the teaser trailer for the upcoming season below:"

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#17  Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley Rumored Plot Details Emerge

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@movies      By Eclectic      2 days ago

"Cue the Axel F theme and let the synths ring out, as rumored plot details for the long-awaited sequel, Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley, have emerged. While the details surrounding the return of Eddie Murphy as Detective Axel Foley have yet to be officially confirmed, a logline has been unveiled (via IndieWire) amid the news that several original stars, including Judge Reinhold and John Ashton, will be back alongside Murphy. You can check out the rumored plot synopsis for Beverley Hills Cop: Axel Foley below.

“[Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley] is rumored to follow Axel (Murphy) returning to Beverly Hills to look into the death of an old friend while uncovering police corruption within the force. In Los Angeles, he reunites with his daughter (Taylour Paige) and teams up with her by-the-book cop ex-boyfriend (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) to solve the case.”

Again, while this plot outline is currently unconfirmed, it makes too much sense not to be at least somewhat accurate. Considering this an installment in the Beverly Hills Cop series, we can safely a*sume that something will once again drag Axel Foley from his native Detroit and back to the sun-kissed landscapes of California – and the death of a friend is certainly something that would do the trick.

This rumored plot also seemingly reveals the roles of both Ma Rainey's Black Bottom star Taylour Paige and The Dark Knight Rises actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, with the former set to play Foley’s estranged daughter while the latter will play her ex-boyfriend and a detective who a*sists Foley on his latest case.

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley is Set to Debut on Netflix

Beverly Hills Cop fans have been waiting almost 30 years for another Axel Foley adventure. The idea of a fourth outing has been bouncing around Hollywood for some time now, with Eddie Murphy a*suring audiences that he would not return unless the script was right.

"They've been trying to make another Beverly Hills Cop for 15 years now,” Murphy said last year. “Right now, Netflix has it, and they're trying to develop a script. That's what we're supposed to be doing next. But, I'm not doing nothing until the script is right." So, it seems that the script for Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley is exactly what Murphy was waiting all this time for.

Filming on Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley is currently underway, with several images from the set revealing Axel Foley’s triumphant comeback. Sporting his trusty Detroit Lions jacket and tennis shoes that Axel Foley loves so much, the images prove that, to the delight of all of us, Axel has barely changed during the near-three decades since we last saw him.

Directed by Mark Molloy from a script written by Will Beall screenplay, and starring Eddie Murphy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Taylour Paige, Paul Reiser, John Ashton, and Judge Reinhold, Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley is being produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman for Jerry Bruckheimer Films along with Eddie Murphy.

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley does not yet have a release date but will debut on Netflix."

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#18  Can we get a Black version of West Side Story starring Bloods and Crips?

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@movies      By claymation      2 days ago

It would be fly to see the musical parts done with gangster rap created just for this movie. And see the dance parts done with break dancing.

The 2021 remake to West Side Story was given 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon. I think I'm gonna get this remake on blu ray for xmas. It's a Steven Spielberg film, too. I didnt even learn about this movie till I looked up the original one. Here is the trailer. Tell me if you're feelin' it, too.

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#19  'House of the Dragon': Emma D'Arcy and Olivia Cooke Discuss How Patriarchy Rules Westeros

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@movies      By Eclectic      2 days ago

"House of the Dragon has come midseason with Episode 5, "We Light the Way." After watching a young Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) and Alicent (Emily Carey) being dictated by the politics of men, the show will now take a decade-long leap to continue with that power struggle. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly actors Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke, who are set to take over the roles from Alcock and Carey as Rhaenyra and Alicent, respectively, discussed the themes of the show and the power dynamics between their grownup characters.

The seven kingdoms of Westeros are a deeply patriarchal society, it was established with the first shot of the series which sees Viserys being chosen the King over Rhaenys, the Queen who never was. D’Arcy explains that the continued “consolidation of male power and patriarchy” is what really excited them about the script. Further explaining that the Princess has “privilege but not power” due to prevailing patriarchy. “It's one thing to put two female characters in the center of a series like this," D'Arcy continued, "but it's another when they are positioned within a patriarchy. How do we pay attention to them at least seeking command of their own lives?” Cooke agrees saying, Alicent “struggles with her womanhood and the power.” We last saw the Queen as she realizes the consequences of her misplaced trust and her father’s final warning shaking her to the core. The actor explains the part “she does have to play that is completely separate from her husband or her father or even her children. And also, just moralistically where she stands when she isn't listening to her father anymore.”

Essentially, D’Arcy explains that it’s about “othering,” revealing that showrunners Miguel Sapochnik and Ryan Condal have created a program where the story is told from the perspective of a character who is “fundamentally othered in a position of power.” Adding, “That feels really unusual to me. How do you convince an electorate that you're not other? How do you do that when the whole system is built on the belief and the rule that you are not the same?” Cooke shares their sentiment as Alicent’s role has been limited to birthing heirs, something that the series has been vocal about in Episode 4, when Rhaenyra remarks, "How romantic it must be to get imprisoned in a castle and made to squeeze out heirs," and quickly apologizes. Cooke said, "Our bodies [as women] continue to be politicized. It's interesting playing a character that is in a medieval time and [seeing] how those things are still going on."

On one hand, we have Rhaenyra, the heir to the throne with rumored illegitimate kids and on the other, we have Alicent who walks a tightrope of being a ‘lady’ for her entire life while being forced in whichever direction the men in her life see fit. Cooke revealed, "Just the injustice of it that she feels... She looks around her family, and they're all f—ed up. She's like, 'I've been so perfect all my life. I haven't taken a step wrong, and it doesn't f—ing matter.' I think what we see in her evolution is this complete existential crisis." She attributes the rivalry between the two to this in justice as well as the loss of her friendship with Rhaenyra, "I think it's the first proper heartbreak, and the first only heartbreak that [Alicent's] had because it was such a pure love."

The new episode of House of the Dragon drops on September 25, meanwhile, check out the teaser below:"

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#20  Mia Goth (Pearl) & Alexander Skarsgard (The Northman) next film Infinity Pool rated NC-17🚨

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