If you’ve been looking for a second film to headline a double-feature night alongside Miami Connection, you’re going to want to kick in some funds to help finish Kung Fury.
A low-budget throwback to ‘80s action cinema – if your standard ‘80s action film featured a badass kung fu cop going back in time to kill Hitler and ride dinosaurs – David Sandberg’s film looks sure… Continue reading 'Kung Fury' Trailer: Finally, a Movie Starring Hitler, Thor, Robots, Dinosaurs and More
Ever wonder what happened to those who opposed Adolf Hitler before he took power in Germany? Director Robert Schwentke (Red, Flightplan) may soon have an answer for you. He’ll be directing an adaptation of the book “Explaining Hitler,” by Ron Rosenbaum. More specifically the film will cover a chapter called “The Poison Kitchen,” and it will cover the story of a newspaper called Muncher Post… Continue reading 'Red' Director to Help Explain Hitler in 'The Poison Kitchen'
Kirsten Dunst walks around the East Village with an iced coffee on Tuesday (May 31) in New York City.
Last month, the 29-year-old actress hit the Cannes Film Festival, where she was named Best Actress for her work in Melancholia.
The film’s director, Lars Von Trier, was thrown out after telling reporters during a press conference that he could… Continue reading Kirsten Dunst Defends Lars Von Trier's Hitler Comments
Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier was condemned and declared “persona non grata” Thursday by the Cannes Film Festival for saying that he sympathizes … Continue reading Filmmaker Canned From Cannes Over Hitler Remark
Filmmaker Oliver Stone has apologized for comments in which he claimed that Jews dominate the media and suggested that Adolph Hitler’s actions during WWII should be put “into context.” In an interview with the Sunday Times of London, Stone compared Hitler to Frankenstein’s monster, reports Entertainment Weekly. “There was also a Dr. Frankenstein. German industrialists, [...] Continue reading Oliver Stone’s apology for comments on Hitler, Jews