Kim Kardashian’s recent appearances on NPR appearance and at a tech conference are all part of a secret public relations overhaul from husband Kanye West, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned. Take a loo at how he’s pulling the strings to make her more respectable.
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In September of 2013 we ran an interview with Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, the co-presidents of the distribution company RADiUS-TWC, with the headline The Secret Lives of Movies, According to the Guys Who Changed How We Watch Them. It was all about the past, present, and future of the way people watch movies, from the perspective of two of the guys who keep… Continue reading The Head of RADiUS-TWC Explains How The Crazy 'It Follows' Release Plan Actually Went Down
Earlier this year, Edgar Wright left Marvel’s Ant-Man after creative differences — and a collective groan was heard from nerds the world over. But the fan favorite director has already chosen his next project, which should please the geek elite at Comic-Con this week. According to Deadline, Wright will be filming Baby Driver.
The website reports: “The project, which Wright wrote, is described to… Continue reading Edgar Wright's Got A Plan For What He'll Direct Instead Of 'Ant-Man'
In preparation for the release of the “Godzilla” reboot this summer, the Smithsonian’s Air & Space magazine wondered: How would the U.S. military respond to a real-life attack by the lizard monster?
It turns out that at least a couple members of the U.S. Air Force have thought about just such a scenario, though how serious they are… Continue reading The U.S. Air Force Has a Hilarious Plan for a Real Godzilla Attack (VIDEO)
Targeted by Michael Mann in 2011, 20th Century Fox’s adaptation of A.J. Baime’s non-fiction book, Go Like Hell, has now, according to Deadline, attracted the interest of star Tom Cruise as a potential project on which to re-team with his Oblivion director, Joseph Kosinski.
With the subtitle “Ford, Ferrari, and their Battle For Speed and Glory at Le Mans,” the book is officially described as follows: