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Miramax
March 29, 2013

gangsofnewyorkseries Miramax and Scorsese Developing Gangs of New York TV SeriesMiramax and Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese announced today that they are developing a television series based on the film Gangs of New York. The original film released in 2002 by Miramax and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz and Daniel Day-Lewis, focused on early confrontations between rival gangs in New York in the mid to late 1800′s.

The

Escape from New York

The year is 1997. Manhattan Island is now a heavily guarded maximum-security prison, where the scum of the earth have converg… Read More

Break out your eye patches — “Escape from New York” is getting a remake.

Deadline reports that producer Joel Silver’s Silver Pictures has teamed up with Studio Canal to start a new franchise based on John Carpenter’s 1981 film, which… Continue reading 'Escape From New York' Reboot: Snake Plissken (and His Eye Patch) Are Returning to the Big Screen

Building a Digital New York for The Avengers

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ILM
February 19, 2013

newavengerstvspotsapr Building a Digital New York for The AvengersIndustrial Light & Magic has been rolling out several videos detailing the work they did for last summer’s The Avengers and their latest is how they rebuilt New York City for the film. As you may know, The Avengers was filmed mostly in Cleveland and New Mexico which don’t exactly look like New York City. Check out
  • 2012 New York Comic Con – Day 1

    NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 11: A Comic Con attendee wearing a Jessica Rabbit costume poses during the 2012 New York Comic Con at the Javits Center on October 11, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images)

  • 2012 New York Comic Con – Day 2

    NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 12: Comic Con attendees wearing a military and an Arielle

  • The 50th annual New York Film Festival is in full swing and celebrities near and far have gathered to celebrate.

    A number of buzz-worthy flicks have bowed at the Big Apple’s festival, including “The Paperboy,” “Frances Ha” and Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi,” which kicked off the event.

    From Zac Efron to Greta Gerwig, check out a bevy of