In the aftermath of “The Dark Knight Rises” shooting in Aurora, Colorado, production companies and movie houses have scrambled to reinforce security and avoid any undue offense.
Therefore, Warner Bros. has officially pulled the trailer for the Ryan Gosling-led “Gangster Squad,” which featured a grimly-apt scene. In the clip, four men, dressed in trenchcoats, emerge from behind a movie screen, firing into the theater.
Not only will the trailer not be leading… Continue reading 'Gangster Squad' Trailer Pulled After 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting
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No one told him to do it. But Supernatural actor Jim Beaver, whose character was killed several weeks ago, knew that pretending to have an ongoing movie project in the Vancouver area (where the show films) would throw fans of the show off the scent of his surprise return at the end of the last new episode.
“They… Continue reading ‘Supernatural’: Jim Beaver on how he pulled a fast one on the fan base
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Two years before director Brett Ratner used a gay slur during an interview — with the comment costing him his gig producing the upcoming Academy Awards — Quentin Tarantino did the same thing!
Winding up the crowd at a midnight premiere for his 2009 movie Inglourious Basterds, Tarantino said, “It’s good to see you bad-ass Thursday… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Pulled A Brett Ratner, Caught Using Gay Slur
Last week, during a Q&A for his new movie ‘Tower Heist’ at the Arclight Theater in Los Angeles, director Brett Ratner sparked a media firestorm when he declared, “Rehearsing is for fags.” The ensuing outrage had far-reaching consequences: on Tuesday, Ratner gave up his job as producer of the 2012 Academy Awards telecast, and then on Wednesday, his hand-picked host, Eddie Murphy, withdrew as well.
Now, Moviefone has obtained an exclusive… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Pulled a 'Ratner' During 2009 Screening (VIDEO)
Japan’s nuclear power plant crisis is no laughing matter in Springfield: Networks in several European countries are reportedly reviewing episodes of The Simpsons for any “unsuitable” references to nuclear disaster. An Austrian network has apparently pulled two eps, 1992’s “Marge Gets a Job” and 2005’s “On a Clear Day I Can’t See My Sister,” which include
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