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This is the story of the most expensive movie ever made

In what was supposed to be China’s response to the groundbreaking success of James Cameron’s epic Avatar, the never-before-seen 3D action-adventure fantasy Deep Empires remains a confusing but intriguing mystery. Cameron’s blockbuster film ran for fifteen years, with the Oscar-winning director beginning development on the visual spectacle in 1994. With …

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Alec Baldwin Files Documents to Avoid Liability in Deadly Filming ‘Rust’

Alec Baldwin filed for arbitration Friday against the producers of the film “Rust”, alleging he is not financially responsible for the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins last year. The arbitration request, filed with dispute resolution provider JAMS, argues that the star’s contract protects him from financial liability in lawsuits …

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Turning Science Fiction Into Science Reality – How Rocket Man David Mayman Is Accelerating The Future Of Utility VTOLs

Listen to this article Reading time: 5 minutes Flying over the Statue of Liberty, with only a JetPack strapped to it, is just one of the many accomplishments of rocket man David Mayman. As CEO and founder of JetPack Aviation (JPA), he and his team are designing a utility VTOL, …

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10 sci-fi movies that will be 10 years old in 2022

Science fiction allows viewers to explore strange new worlds both inside and out, as well as envision the possibilities of the future. 2012 was a banner year for blockbuster cinema and many of the biggest hits of the year came from the science fiction genre. RELATED: 10 TV Shows That …

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Marilyn Manson Thriller producer sues FilmRise to siphon off profits

LOS ANGELES, January 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Filmmaker Corey Asrafco-director and producer of Marilyn Manson Thriller in French Let me make you a martyr, is suing film distributor FilmRise for non-recognition of profits. The lawsuit, filed in the New York State Supreme Court, says the company, which also runs a …

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The Guild 45th, Wallingford’s high street cinema, remains ‘always in our hearts’

ALONG the main street of WALLINGFORD stands a theater known since 1957 as the Guild 45th. It has been closed since 2017. Earlier this month, its bow sign and marquee, deemed a safety hazard after a truck hit them, was demolished. The marquee had recently injected some fantasy and inspiration …

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The Santa Clause: Tim Allen to reprise movie role for Disney+ series – TV shows canceled + renewed

Tim Allen will once again fill Santa’s boots. Disney+ has ordered a new limited series based on film franchise and Allen will reprise his role as Scott Calvin, a divorced father who eventually transforms into a beloved resident of the North Pole. It is not yet known if other actors …

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The romanticism of chess

I wanted to write a dissertation, but the connective tissue of the dissertation did not interest me. I wanted to return memories that would pop up like mushrooms and quickly fade away. I owe a lot to where I grew up, in a black neighborhood where people talked and spent …

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Sandra Bullock Became Netflix’s Biggest Movie Star

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 30: Sandra Bullock attends the Los Angeles premiere of Netflix’s “The Unforgivable” at DGA Theater Complex on November 30, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images) Getty Images A puzzling anecdote from yesterday’s weekly Netflix odds updates was the …

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7 best thrillers on Netflix in 2021

We’ll be heading into 2022 very soon, so it’s time to share with you our list of the best movies to release this year. Specifically, we’re going to give you our list of the top seven thrillers on Netflix in 2021. 2021 has been a great year for Netflix, and …

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Inside the New Crop of ‘Hot As Hell’ Christmas Movies Shaking TV

As the holidays shift into high gear, families around the world will come together to wrap gifts, prune trees, sip eggnog and bathe in the glow of the ever-giving gift – the Christmas movie designed for cable. The annual downpour of peppermint scented tales featuring low to mid-level photogenic celebs …

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Licorice Pizza Cast: Where you’ve already seen the cast

There’s a lot to be said about Paul Thomas Anderson’s films, but one of the most cohesive parts of each of his films is the incredible talent he selects to bring his characters to life. The same can be said of Licorice Pizza and the group of actors who take …

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Graphic novel tells the story of “Golden Voice”

Recently, Ros Saboeun – sister of Cambodian singer Ros Serey Sothea, nicknamed “The Golden Voice” in the 1960s – celebrated what would have been the singer’s 74th birthday at the stupa dedicated to her and other Khmer victims. red wines located in Phnom Srouch. district of Kampong Speu province. Coincidentally …

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7 best new movies on Hulu in November 2021

In November, Hulu switches from “Huluween” to, uh, “watch Hulu in November!” If you’re looking for a great movie to stream on the big green service, we’ve got you covered. From crazy comedies and imaginative sci-fi to money and greed dramas and 1960s pop music, here are the seven best …

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Edgar Wright Presents Alamo Drafthouse Guest Film Series

These films, hypothetically, may or may not have inspired the creative process behind Last Night in Soho. Starting early next month, Alamo Drafthouse will present Edgar Wright Presents, a repertoire of classic films that “may or may not have influenced or informed” Last night in Soho, the new psychological thriller …

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Movie review: Madres | Diversions

Nowadays, it is rare that a film manages to surprise me. Huge twists and turns have always been difficult to keep, and the unexpected reveals a secret. Those of my generation have probably heard the well-known anecdote of an audience member who came out of a first screening of “The …

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National Silent Film Day celebrated next week | Local

In April of this year, Chad Hunter, a resident of Mount Lebanon, announced a new project called National Silent Film Day, an annual event on Wednesday, September 29, celebrating the history of silent cinema and raising awareness of the race to preserve the silent films survivors. Since then, more than …

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A NEW NOVEL RE-OPENS WAR INJURIES

ANDREA PLATE WRITES – Robert McDonald, US Secretary of Veterans Affairs under President Obama, deeply touched the hearts of mental health workers in the West Los Angeles Department of Veterans Affairs, albeit unintentionally, when he brought them to life. says this: The effects of any war can be felt forty …

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New emerging therapies and key pharmaceutical companies reinvigorate the pipeline landscape

The Hidradenitis Suppurativa pipeline landscape includes several therapies with different mechanisms of action currently under investigation with great market potential. Ongoing scientific research has provided greater sophistication and better understanding of the mechanisms of therapeutic interventions for HS. Los Angeles, July 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – HS Pipeline Landscape: New …

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G Water presents a new organic solution that improves life

G Water, LLC. Finding partners and licensees for patented SalionicMT Solution; The unique organic molecular structure is a scientific breakthrough for the healing, repair and rejuvenation of cells and tissues. SUN VALLEY, Idaho, July 07, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – G Water, LLC, a research and development company that creates specialty …

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Lights, camera, Bastrop: City Eyes Movie Studio project

From Texas Standard: Bastrop city council last week signed an agreement that could bring a movie studio to 550 acres of land near the city of central Texas. The proposal, known as Bastrop 552 Development, would include facilities for film and television production, as well as accommodation and dining facilities …

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Fathom Events Brings Rifftrax Live to Theaters

Image courtesy of Fathom Events Fathom Events brings Rifftrax Live back in theaters nationwide with two classic 80s B-movie classics: Hobgoblins and the horror film made for television Amityville Horror: Evil Escapes. Tickets for the screenings of the two films – which will be “riffed” in real time by Mystery …

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Movie Star High School + Grand Prix + Nightmare Home Invasion

LOS ANGELES, CA – Happy Tuesday, Los Angeles! Summer is officially here, but a slight recharge is scheduled for Los Angeles this week. And although school is over for the summer, the Los Angeles Unified School District made an important announcement on Monday. And the Long Beach Acura Grand Prix …

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UI students sign film option to write assignment turned novel

A writing assignment for a specialty course at the University of Iowa turned into a novel that caught the attention of film producers and allowed 19 students to sign a film option with two Hollywood studios . UI professor Harry Stecopoulos says he’s thrilled with the development and, although he …

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Corneal ulcer pipeline analysis shows new

Los Angeles, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Corneal Ulcer Pipeline Analysis Demonstrates New Therapies on the Horizon That Should Transform the Treatment Paradigm | SearchInsight The majority of corneal ulcer drugs are in the early stages of development and in the coming years the market is expected to grow. …

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South Bay Cinemas are back, but where are the audiences?

With theaters reopening, movies like “A Quiet Place Part II” are setting box office records for post-pandemic lockdown releases. And the Alamo Drafthouse theater in Los Angeles reported last week that it had been sold out for the first time all weekend. But in Silicon Valley, moviegoers have been much …

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Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal crew on Finding the Mother Tree movie

Adams will play scientist Suzanne Simard, who discovered how trees communicate underground through a huge network of fungi. After working together on Nocturnal animals, Oscar nominated actors Amy adams and Jake gyllenhaal team up to produce an adaptation of the dissertation Find the mother tree by a scientist Suzanne Simard, …

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China’s corporate social credit system demands corporate political obedience – The Diplomat

Power of China | Politics The primary purpose of the social credit system may not be to censor businesses, but censorship is undoubtedly within its scope. In this photo from Friday, October 11, 2019, a woman wearing a mask stands near promotional signs for an NBA preseason game between the …

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