Her: Scarlett Johansson gives an award-worthy performance as the kind, empathetic, loving voice of an operating system with artificial intelligence in Spike Jonze’s upcoming sci-fi movie Her, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has deemed her ineligible for any Golden Globe nominations. Johansson is not seen in the film, yet her presence is definitely felt. She is still eligible for Academy Award… Continue reading Movie News: Scarlett Johansson's 'Her' Voice Ineligible for Golden Globe; Quentin Tarantino's Western; 'Boxtrolls' Trailer
When they say, “They don’t make ‘em like that anymore,” this is what they’re talking about. “How the West Was Won,” released in America 50 years ago this week (on February 20, 1963) was probably the most ambitious western ever made, an epic saga spanning four generations, 50 years, two-and-a-half hours, five vignettes, three directors (well, actually four), the widest possible screen, and an enormous cast of A-listers, including James… Continue reading 'How the West Was Won': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Western
It was an ambitious and risky endeavor when the pioneers of train travel attempted to completely connect the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States by rail for the first time. The first Transcontinental Railroad constituted one of the most significant American technological feats of the 19th century. The idea of bringing a Western to television seemed equally as perilous. Now, I’m not going to tell you Hell on
To spend one million dollar on the campaign covering TV, radio, print and outdoor advertising
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | September 26, 2011
Western Union, a leader in global payment services, will launch a million-dollar global mass-media campaign in association with Indian film superstar Shahrukh Khan’s most anticipated movie Ra.One, which will be released during the Diwali holiday, to honour the… Continue reading Western Union partners with Ra.One to launch global campaign
The movie blogosphere is buzzing with speculation as to why Disney might have scrapped a huge Johnny Depp reboot of ‘The Lone Ranger.’ The official reason seems to be that the studio thought the project was too expensive, though that hasn’t stopped Disney from investing recently in some other lavish and risky projects, like the upcoming ‘John Carter’ and ‘Oz, The Great and Powerful.’
It… Continue reading With 'The Lone Ranger' Shot Down, What Do You Want to See in a Western?