the other side of the wind trailer

Orson Welles spent a large part of the 1970s trying to finish his film The Other Side of the Wind. Financial problems plagued the production, and while Welles claimed he managed to complete 96% of the film, he was never able to raise enough money to finish the job. Now, over 40 years later, The Other Side of the Wind has been completed, and it’s coming to Netflix. Watch the Other Side of the Wind trailer below.

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the lottery movie

Shirley Jackson‘s The Lottery is an iconic tale with a shocking ending, and has been forced upon high school English Lit classes everywhere. And yet, there’s never been a feature film adaptation. Until now. Kennedy/Marshall are producing a Lottery movie that will adapt Jackson’s story to the screen.

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Arachnophobia remake

Attention, spider-fans: Frank Marshall‘s creepy-crawly horror-comedy Arachnophobia is getting a reboot at Amblin Entertainment, with The Conjuring‘s James Wan producing.

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second half of jurassic world fallen kingdom

The recent final trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom revealed the film is going to be much different than the previous Jurassic stories. During our set visit, producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley dropped some hints about what we can expect in the mysterious second half of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

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jurassic world fallen kingdom jeff goldblum

For a franchise so steeped in nostalgia, Jurassic World has been fairly light on the cameos from the original Jurassic Park movies. B.D. Wong, who reprised his role as the devious scientist Dr. Henry Wu in Jurassic World, was the only familiar face in the new trilogy — until now.

The appearance of Jeff Goldblum in the new film has been receiving a good share of the hype for the Jurassic World sequel. And why wouldn’t it? The chaos mathematician became a pop culture icon with his alluring, half-shirtless turn in 1993’s Jurassic Park, and would return in 1997’s Jurassic Park: The Lost World. But he isn’t likely to make the mistake of a third trip to a dinosaur-ridden island in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

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jurassic world fallen kingdom story

When Colin Trevorrow first signed on to direct Jurassic World, he mapped out the plot of an entire trilogy. Even as he stepped away from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, with J.A. Bayona stepping into the director’s chair, Trevorrow still had a hand in crafting where the new Jurassic trilogy would go. And it turns out the director had so many ideas for the films that he nearly let it all get packed into the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom story.

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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Animatronic Dinosaurs

As Jurassic Park has become a modern classic over the years, one of the constant compliments paid to the film is how the special effects used to bring the dinosaurs to life have aged surprisingly well. There are digital effects and animatronics that look more realistic than any of the digital dinosaurs we’ve seen in any of the Jurassic Park sequels. But it sounds like the dinosaurs of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom might give them a run for their money, at least when it comes to the practical effects in the film.

While /Film was visiting the set of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom last year, we sat down for an extensive conversation with longtime Jurassic Park franchise producer Frank Marshall (who has also been behind the likes of the Indiana Jones and The Bourne Identity franchises) and Jurassic World producer Pat Crowley. During our chat with the producers, we found out Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will have more animatronic dinosaurs than any sequel in the franchise, and they’re far more sophisticated too. Read More »

jurassic world director

J.A. Bayona makes his Jurassic debut with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but there was a time when the filmmaker could’ve entered the franchise a lot sooner. During our Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set visit, producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley revealed that Bayona was the original choice for Jurassic World director before Colin Trevorrow got the job.

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In June 2017, I traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii to visit the set of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. This week, we will be running a ton of coverage from this visit, beginning with our interview with producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley.

The interview is packed with information on the making of the film, but as always, they were being very guarded about spoilers, so don’t worry – reading this will not spoil anything that hasn’t already been glimpsed in the trailers. This roundtable interview was conducted alongside Eric Vespe from Rooster Teeth.

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the talisman movie

Steven Spielberg snapped up the rights to Stephen King and Peter Straub‘s novel The Talisman before the book even hit shelves. Yet after 35 years, a film has failed to materialize. Now, Spielberg says he might finally be ready to bring The Talisman movie to the screen.

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