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new jonathan glazer movie

Last year, Under the Skin director Jonathan Glazer revealed his next movie would be a Holocaust drama. Now, an update. The film will bring Glazer back to his Under the Skin distributor A24, and will be based loosely on the Martin Amis’ novel The Zone Of InterestGlazer plans to shoot the movie in Poland next year. Under the Skin is one of the best movies of the 21st century, and the prospect of Glazer teaming up again with A24 for something new is promising.

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disney plus downloads

Most streaming services let you download content, but when that content leaves said service, the downloads leave too. And even when that’s not the case, the downloads might expire. That won’t happen with Disney+. After taking a break from addressing the great national crisis facing us all – whether or not Martin Scorsese likes Marvel movies – Disney big cheese Bob Iger revealed that Disney+ downloads will remain in place as long as you remain a Disney+ subscriber.

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el camino netflix viewers

Netflix has another hit on its hands with El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie — or at least, they do if you’re willing to take Netflix’s “ratings” at face value. According to the official Netflix account, over 25 million households watched El Camino in its first seven days, making the Breaking Bad feature film starring Aaron Paul as the long-suffering meth maker Jesse Pinkman one of the streaming giant’s biggest hits.

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once upon a time in hollywood re-release

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is already a long movie, but it’s about to get even longer. Quentin Tarantino‘s latest is getting a re-release this weekend in more than 1,000 venues in the U.S. and Canada, and the re-release will feature four new scenes. The new scenes run a little over ten minutes, bumping the already 2 hour and 41-minute runtime up to 2 hours and 50-plus minutes.

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best actor 2019

Grab your Dracula cape, bust out the candy corn, and light all the pumpkins. It’s the spookiest season of the year! I’m talking, of course, about awards season. As 2019 draws to an end, we’re rolling into awards season, where some of the year’s best films will be recognized by voters across the board. This awards season is resulting in a surprisingly large amount of potential awards movies featuring two male leads – Once Upon a Time In HollywoodThe LighthouseA Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodFord v Ferrari. This has resulted in the respective films (and their respective stars) having to decide which filed to campaign in: Best Actor or Best Supporting Actor. The results may surprise you. Or they may not surprise you at all, since some of them seem a bit obvious once you see the movies in question.

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creepshow ratings

It’s official: Creepshow is a huge hit for Shudder, the horror streaming service owned by AMC Networks. The TV adaptation of the George A. Romero/Stephen King horror classic has been setting records since its September 26 premiere, which means it’s probably only a matter of time before a second season is announced. The series is the brainchild of special effects make-up artists and filmmaker Greg Nicotero and has been rolling out weekly with new tales of terror.

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foundation cast

Hollywood has been trying to adapt Isaac Asimov’s seminal sci-fi classic Foundation for years, but it looks like Apple might just succeed with its highly anticipated series from David S. Goyer. Apple TV+ has tapped Jared Harris and Lee Pace to lead the Foundation cast in the 10-episode drama series based on Asimov’s epic sci-fi saga.

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Joker Bathroom Scene

Director Todd Phillips and his longtime cinematographer Lawrence Sher knew their latest film, Joker, would have more eyes on it than usual. But neither expected the runaway success train it has become, winning a prestigious Venice Film Festival award, making over $740 million at the worldwide box-office, and attracting awards heat for its star, Joaquin Phoenix.

Sher, who’s an economics major with a background in still photography, has been working with Phillips since the Hangover trilogy. Before the duo’s first collaboration on that hit series, Sher shot Garden State and I Love You Man, to name just a few. This year, he played on a huge, beautiful canvas with Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and was able to make a comic book movie that’s a throwback to the ’70s and the Martin Scorsese movies that made him want to be a cinematographer in the first place. It’s a big year for Sher, who recently talked to us about some of Joker‘s most memorable sequences, working with Joaquin Phoenix, and the line between fantasy and reality in the movie.

This interview contains major spoilers for Joker.

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watchmen pilot first reactions

On the October 23, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler.

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antlers trailer new

Things get very unpleasant very quickly in the latest trailer for Antlers, the dark and dirty-looking horror film from director Scott Cooper and producer Guillermo del Toro. This is the type of trailer that’s low on plot but big on atmosphere, full of slimy, gross stuff that is bound to make you all kinds of uncomfortable. Check out the Antlers trailer below.

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