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    NEON Acquires Domestic Rights to Revenge Thriller ‘Pig,’ Starring Nicolas Cage

    NEON has closed in on domestic distribution rights for “Pig,” a revenge thriller from debut director Michael Sarnoski and starring Nicolas Cage. The distributor is coming off a historic win when Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite” took home the Academy Award for Best Picture in February. According to Variety, Sarnoski’s picture was up for many competitive buyers […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Is the Masterstroke of Genius the Animated Genre Desperately Needed

    Hold on to all your senses because the new web-slinging animated “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is downright sensational.  The film serves as a living, breathing example for why not every superhero film has to be live action.  The script by Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman, who adopt the Miles Morales lore of the “Spider-Man” comics […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (10/30/18) – Double Dose of Nicolas Cage

    This week, Nicolas Cage offers up two of his better performances to highlight the Blu-Ray and DVD new releases. Cage has, with good reason, become a bit of a laughingstock in recent years. He more resembles a cartoon character than an Academy Award winner. Well, now he officially is both! His pair of titles lead […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Mom and Dad’ is Absolutely Insane

    Nicolas Cage‘s best friend is a solid director. Too often lately, Cage is given totally free reign in throwaway genre fare and his wild side goes into overdrive. Directors like David Gordon Green with “Joe” and now Brian Taylor (of Neveldine and Taylor fame) with “Mom and Dad” harness his energy. Doing so allows his […] More

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    Weekend Openings: Welcome to January

    This weekend, there’s actually a worthwhile January release to speak of hitting theaters. That in and of itself is cause for celebration. Granted, it’s really one and done in terms of quality, but still. We take what we can get in early January. 2017 will be off to a better than expected start, even if […] More

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    Edward Snowden Will Appear Via Satellite in Theaters Prior to ‘Snowden’ Release

    Edward Snowden is headed to U.S. theaters two days before Joseph Gordon-Levitt will portray him in “Snowden,” which hits theaters Sept. 16. Snowden will appear via satellite from Moscow for “Snowden Live,” a Fathom Events/Open Road production that will also feature “Snowden” director/writer Oliver Stone. The event will occur in 700 theaters nationwide Sept. 14 […] More

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    ‘Snowden’ to Premiere at Comic Con Thursday

      Oliver Stone‘s “Snowden” will have its first premiere at Comic Con this Thursday, according to a new report from Deadline. The outlet says that the screening will be the first time an audience has seen the film, and it will be followed by a live Q&A with Stone and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene […] More

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    Oliver Stone Leaks New Details on ‘Snowden’

    Director/writer Oliver Stone spilled the beans on his latest film, “Snowden,” which he is touting as an “intellectual thriller.” Speaking at Cannes Lions today, Stone said of the film, “It’s a ten year story starting in the military and going to the point where he releases the stories. The [computer] screens were made realistically, his […] More

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