#Movie Info

Adam Sandler Cracks Up Gotham Awards With Guiding Principle Of His Long Career: “People In Prison Need Movies Too”

Adam Sandler treated a delighted the Gotham Awards audience Monday night with a hefty stand-up session, thanking the org for a Performers Tribute after a long career with two guiding principles, “that people in prison need movies too, and TBS needs content to show between all those basketball games.”He claimed the speech was written by his two teenage daughters, who were upset he hadn’t prepared one. Related Story Gotham Awards: ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Takes Best Feature – Full Winners List Related Story 'EO' Sees Sturdy Week 2, 'The Fabelmans' Expands, 'All The Beauty And The Bloodshed' Opens In Crowded Arthouse Frame Ahead Of...
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Cherokee Nation Opens Screen Doors to Martin Scorsese, Other Big-Budget Shoots

When producer Gerald Webb came to Claremore, Okla., to shoot “A Christmas … Present” in late September, he knew the production would get great small-town Middle America looks and, more importantly, an exceptionally good deal.  Because Claremore is located within the Cherokee Nation, which covers 7,000 square-miles in the northeastern corner of the state, the telefilm (which premieres Nov. 27 on the Great American Family Network) not only qualified for Oklahoma’s film and TV rebate, which can range from 20% to 38%, it was also able to take advantage of the tribe’s incentive program, which includes a 20% cash rebate on...
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Things to do at CU – Week of Nov. 28

As students begin to return from fall break, the University of Colorado Boulder will be hosting a variety of events for students who are interested in taking a break from their studies, celebrating the upcoming holidays or just having fun with their friends. Tuesday, Nov. 29. Albertine Cinémathéque Film Festival...
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Feature: Boston’s Full Body Cast Rocks ‘Rocky Horror’

In the velvet darkness of the Boston Common AMC, there’s a guiding star no matter what or who you are. Since 1984, Boston’s Full Body Cast troupe has been bringing the cult classic horror rock musical “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to life in the local movie theater via their shadow performances. Every Saturday at 9:30 p.m., audiences can come up to the frightful, campy lab of a Dr. Frankenstein-esque scientist clad in fishnet stockings and black stilettos. But as they’re watching the “innocent” protagonist couple, Brad and Janet, enter this sex-saturated, Transylvanic, gothic castle on screen, they’ll also see the same scenes acted out in front of the film.

Spelman College honors Spike Lee's family legacy with building dedication

ATLANTA — The Spike Lee family legacy is now etched onto the Spelman College campus. The famed film director, producer and actor visited the historically Black liberal arts college for women in Atlanta on Monday to honor the legacy of his grandmother Zimmie Reatha Shelton and his mother Jacquelyn Shelton Lee. Spelman College President Dr. Helene Gayle helped lead the ceremonial dedication of the campus' admissions office, honoring the Spelman alumnae.

4 Iconic ‘Princess Diaries’ Filming Locations in San Francisco

When I was a kid, I often dreamed that Julie Andrews would whisk me away to my rightful place on a European throne. I blame Anne Hathaway. In her breakout role, the young Hathaway plays Mia Thermopolis—an awkward, socially invisible high schooler living in the Excelsior District who finds herself next in line for the Genovian throne. According to Teen Vogue, the film represents a defining moment for an entire generation. I can relate.

Universal Studios Hollywood Holiday Guide & Fun News!

The holidays have arrived at Universal Studios Hollywood. The festivities at USH feature Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Grinchmas, two “separate but equal” celebrations that, despite the relatively small footprint of the park’s Upper Lot, never step on each other’s toes. In this holiday guide, we take a look at the seasonal celebrations in the park, plus catch up on the latest news on the hill.

Lupita Nyong'o bares some skin in low-cut black dress as she attends Gotham Independent Film Awards alongside Black Panther costar Danai Gurira

Lupita Nyong'o bared some skin while walking the red carpet at this year's Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York City on Monday. The 39-year-old actress donned a low-cut black dress, cinched around the waist with a thick piece of fabric. She accessorized with huge silver necklaces, big earrings and...

This Holiday Movie Is The One Texans Watch the Most

The holidays are in full swing here in the Lone Star state, and that means it's time for snuggling up on the couch and watching your favorite holiday movie. There are lots of great holiday classics, like "It's a Wonderful Life", and lots of modern holiday classics, like "Elf", there's even movies that you wouldn't think are holiday movies but they totally are- like "Die Hard' (YES, it's a Christmas movie!).

New film puts new definition on “Woke”

Gerald Ott of Ankeny was a high school English teacher and for 30 years a school improvement consultant for the Iowa State Education Association. I saw the trailer for Will Smith’s new film “Emancipation.” Smith’s character Peter is the enslaved man whose terribly scarred back was photographed in 1863 and viewed by millions during the Civil War era and beyond.

Sidney Poitier Tribute At The 2022 Gotham Awards

The Gotham Film & Media Institute paid tribute to the late Sidney Poitier at the awards ceremony taking place at NYC’s Cipriani Wall Street this evening. Deadline previously reported that The Gotham Awards Advisory Committee planned the tribute to the actor’s trailblazing impact on Hollywood as the first Black man to win a Best Actor Oscar for 1964’s Lilies of the Field. He also had an illustrious directing and stage career with films like A Warm December and Uptown Saturday Night and starred in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun on Broadway in 1959, in addition to starring in the film adaptation in 1961.