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Kumail Nanjiani's awkward love story The Big Sick releases a tender trailer

THE BIG SICK is based on the real-life unique courtship of Kumail Nanjiani and his now-wife, Emily V. Gordon. After his traditional Muslim family are unhappy with his relationship with Emily ( Zoe Kazan ) and seek to set up an arranged marriage, Kumail breaks things off with Emily. However, when he discovers that Emily has been stricken with a mysterious illness and falls into a coma,...
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05.09.2017
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Paramount wants a Coming to America sequel with Eddie Murphy to star

Whoa, so apparently a sequel to the 1988 comedy COMING TO AMERICA starring Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall is in underway, with original writers Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield working on a script in the hope that Murphy will return as the royal Prince Akeem. With Kevin Misher set to produce the project, all of the details concerning COMING TO AMERICA 2 are currently...
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04.13.2017
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Armenian genocide drama The Promise debuts new, classy poster

The Armenian Genocide is an important, and tragic, event that is not as well-known as you'd think. It was one of the first times in the modern era something like that was attempted (pre-empting the Holocaust and Darfur and many others in the decades to come). So while it's great that this event is coming to light for more people who might not have been aware, I am wary of...
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03.16.2017
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Why It Works: Annie Hall

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** After writing about HIGH FIDELITY  in a recent Why It Works , I couldn't help but think about Woody Allen 's 1977 classic ANNIE HALL . While the two films are tonally...
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01.06.2017
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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: Gene Wilder

Last week, we took a look at the career of veteran character actor Stephen Lang . This week, as many of you predicted, we turn our gaze to a recently departed legend... Gene Wilder I was pretty heartbroken when I heard Gene Wilder had passed-away. Sure, he was eighty-three and no longer really active in film, but I just liked the idea of him being out...
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09.05.2016
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Channing Tatum and Jillian Bell jump into water for Disney's Splash remake

Right now, no one knows making money like Disney knows making money in Hollywood, so when they announce an upcoming project for their slate in the years to come, it's because they see $$$$$$$ all over it. That should explain to you in no uncertain terms their reasoning for remaking the 1984 comedy SPLASH - only this time, it won't be Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah in the...
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08.01.2016
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Jerry Bruckheimer adapting sexual thriller American Gigolo as a TV series

Despite a weak run of recent films (THE CANYONS, DYING OF THE LIGHT, DOMINION: PREQUEL TO THE EXORCIST), Paul Schrader is still the guy who wrote TAXI DRIVER and RAGING BULL. Amongst his better films as director, AMERICAN GIGOLO stands out. The 1980 film has had a lasting impact on films and now looks to be on the cusp of being a part of pop culture yet again. Jerry Bruckheimer, who...
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10.29.2014
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First trailer for romantic comedy What If starring Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe has been jumping all over the map with his role choices since completing the HARRY POTTER franchise. Whether it be drama (KILL YOUR DARLINGS), horror (THE WOMAN IN BLACK), or the upcoming movies HORNS and FRANKENSTEIN, Radcliffe is intent to prove his chops outside of roles that require witchcraft or wizardry. His latest genre is the romantic comedy. Radcliffe...
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05.29.2014
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A broadway musical version of Pretty Woman is in development

Ready to see PRETTY WOMAN once more? Chances you will if you are a big fan of the flick or Broadway. Garry Marshall 's 1990 romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere will be developed as a musical for the stage. The director is currently meeting with composers, lyricists and directors for the adaptation. J.F. Lawton , screenwriter for the film will also take...
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03.12.2014
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Cool Videos: Watch 20 women re-create the Katz's Deli scene from When Harry Met Sally

"I'll have what she's having." Even if you've never seen WHEN HARRY MET SALLY..., chances are you know what infamous scene from the movie that quote is from. Improv Everywhere has a series called "Movies in Real Life" where they re-create classic scenes from films, and their latest is of the Katz's Deli scene in the 1989 film. But why have one...
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11.14.2013
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G4 wants you to get out of your parents basement and into a Banana Republic

For those who have championed G4 as the go-to geek network, you may want to get a haircut and toss your Avengers t-shirts.  The NBC-Universal owned network is getting a major facelift, which will focus on a more chic, GQ-like look, diverting away from ironic t-shirts, skinny jeans, and disheveled hair.  However, they intend to do this while still remaining true to the video game...
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09.07.2012
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The Unpopular Opinion: Annie Hall

THE UNPOPULAR OPINION is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATHED. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Enjoy! **** SOME SPOILERS ENSUE**** Woody Allen is a funny guy. A very funny guy, in...
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09.05.2012
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