Talk about serendipity. The release of the West Memphis Three murder defendants from prison on Friday has added a happy ending to the third ‘Paradise Lost’ documentary by filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, who were finishing off their film in preparation for unspooling at the Toronto and New York film festivals.
It turns out that — below the radar — Dimension Films, the genre arm of The Weinstein… Continue reading West Memphis Three Movie in the Works
Between his permanent ban from the Cannes Film Festival to his being an unintentional inspiration for the Norway Killer, it’s been a rough few months for writer/director Lars von Trier. Granted, he brought the ban upon himself, but at least he’s got the release of his award-winning ‘Melancholia’ to brighten things up. And thanks to the crew at Vulture, we now have… Continue reading Debut Poster and Three New Pics from Lars von Trier's 'Melancholia'
July is over, Cowboys & Aliens was a huge disappointment, and August looks, for the most part, pretty dismal, as most Augusts do. So is the summer a dud? Based on the general grumbling I have heard, it seems like it. Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 have earned over $ 300 million, and The Hangover Part II, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger
Ben, Constantine and J.P. from The Bachelorette
As Ashley Hebert continues her quest for love on The Bachelorette, three potential suitors remain to be her leading man.
There are Ben Flajnik, the California wine maker; Constantine Tzortiz, the Atlanta-based restaurant owner whose family won her over on their hometown date; and J.P… Continue reading Ashley Hebert's Final Three: Who Should She Pick?