Quentin Tarantino: Appearing at industry trade show the American Film Market to promote international sales of his upcoming Western The Hateful Eight, director Quentin Tarantino spoke expansively about 70 mm film vs. digital projection, his source of inspiration for his latest epic (’60s TV shows) as well as his own career plans: “If I get to the 10th [film], do… Continue reading Movie News: Quentin Tarantino Talks Retirement; Final, Apocalyptic 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Trailer
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Director Zack Snyder shared an apocalyptic photo via social media — but don’t worry, it’s all in good fun. The image features Batman and … R2D2 from the Star Wars universe. (Yes, the robot. And both figures are reportedly simple action figures.) Snyder’s movie will open in theaters in May 2016… Continue reading Movie News: Apocalyptic 'Batman v Superman' Photo; Taylor Kitsch in 'The Raid' Remake
The Baltic state of Estonia is home to 1.3 million people and 1,500 of its local (mostly amateur) filmmakers got together to create the apocalyptic dramedy, That’s IT!. The group wanted to celebrate a century of Estonian cinema, and through the magic of the interwebs they were able to collectively write the script and develop a crew based on an online polling system. Casting was handled via… Continue reading 1,500 Estonians Unite to Make Apocalyptic Drama
In today’s roundup, we cover the invention of the first electric vibrator, two more distribution deals, and what an actor needs most after an apocalypse.
Above: Jonathan Pryce, Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and director Tanya Wexler all appeared at a press conference this afternoon to promote their film Hysteria, a romantic comedy about the invention of the first electric vibrator in the 1880s. (Photo credit