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    John Cho and Three More Cast in ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Live-Action Series

    Anime fans rejoice. As the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced “Akira” project moves forward with production, so does the forthcoming “Cowboy Bebop” live-action series. As reported on Variety, John Cho and four others have been cast to lead in the upcoming adaptation of the anime favorite “Cowboy Bebop” for Netflix. The anime story, as originally directed by Shinichiro […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: Director Mamoru Hosoda Talks ‘Mirai’ In New Featurette for GKIDS

    The animation distributor GKIDS is about to release the film into theaters on November 30th, 2018. After acquiring the film back in February, it became clear that “Mirai” would be their Oscar showcase for 2018. The studio has received a nomination for Best Animated Feature for the past five years. They also have 11 total […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Searching’ is Much More Than Just a Gimmick

    Remember when found footage was all the rage? The method of filmmaking has worn thin, obviously, but there was a time when it was cutting edge. Now, the new trend could be a sub-genre set on computer screens. The first film to truly pull it off is “Searching,” a mystery wrapped in some truly effective […] More

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    WATCH: John Cho is ‘Searching’ for His Daughter in New Trailer

    Sony Pictures released a second trailer for the upcoming thriller, “Searching.” John Cho stars as David, a dad whose 16-year-old daughter Margot goes missing. When the police still have no leads some 36+ hours later, he takes up the search using her laptop and contacting everyone she has ever met. The story unfolds via webcams […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Gemini’ Brings Indie Noir to Hollywood

    There’s something about Los Angeles and Hollywood in particular that lends itself well to film noir. Depicting the City of Angels as having a potentially seedy underbelly is inherently cinematic. Filmmaker Aaron Katz knows this and has crafted an independent gem with “Gemini.” Powered by a brilliant performance by Lola Kirke, Katz follows the beat […] More

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    AFI Film Review: ‘Gemini’ Looks Like a Film Noir But Doesn’t Act Like One

    2017 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: For all its glitz and glamour, Hollywood remains the home of the noir. Whether it’s modern noir (“L.A. Confidential”), an old classic (“Chinatown”), a genre-bending head trip (“Mulholland Dr.”) or even a cartoon (“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”), film loves to pull back the curtain of Hollywood’s seedy underbelly and expose the […] More