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Barry Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Past Equals Present x Future Over Yesterday

Everyone in Barry's life is trying to get him to embrace his "inherent darkness" in a fantastic new episode of Barry.

This Barry review contains spoilers.

Barry Season 2 Episode 3

Three episodes into Barry’s second season, I’m still surprised by the show’s firm command over its seemingly disparate tragicomic tone. “Past Equals Present x Future Over Yesterday” is simultaneously the season’s funniest episode while also being its darkest. Between Noho Hank’s dream sequence cold open, the odd couple pairing of Fuches and Detective Loach, and gags like Hank’s unnecessary translator and the Quinceañera store, the laughs flow easily but never distract from Barry’s desperate struggle to distance himself from his violent past.

We already knew Bill Hader was a phenomenal performer before Barry. On SNL, he drew comparisons to Phil Hartman for the way that he shined not only as the anchor of a sketch,
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Mel Gibson On ‘The Professor & The Madman’ “Disappointment” & Legal Battle

  • Deadline
Mel Gibson On ‘The Professor & The Madman’ “Disappointment” & Legal Battle
Exclusive: The long legal tussle involving Mel Gibson and director Farhad Safinia against Voltage Pictures over The Professor and the Madman was settled confidentially this week, but the man who once played Mad Max is not happy with the results.

“As the settlement details are confidential, I will not be commenting but I would like to set the record straight as a number of articles have been released that are factually inaccurate,” the Oscar winner told Deadline on Friday following the April 2 settlement (read it here) between Gibson’s Icon Productions and the Nicolas Chartier-run Voltage that was unveiled in Los Angeles Superior Court. A final settlement hearing is now on the Lasc calendar for April 15.

“First, neither Farhad Safinia nor I ever walked off of the set, or cause the film to ever go over budget,” says Gibson, who portrays the 19th century Oxford Dictionary co-creator Professor James
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Humanoids from the Deep Steelbook Blu-ray Coming This Summer with All-new 4K Scan

Humanoids from the Deep, the Alien-meets-Jaws-meets-Creature from the Black Lagoon cult classic from 1980 is now officially a Scream Factory-branded title as we present it in a new Blu-ray Steelbook&#174 packaging! Swimming its way this Summer. Official street date is July 30th for U.S. and Canada territories (Region A).

Scream Factory is preparing a new 4K scan of the uncut international version of the film from the original camera negative. All bonus features from the prior Blu-ray release will be ported over as well. Only 5,000 units of the steelbook are being produced total. When they're gone, they're gone!

The Humanoids from the Deep steelbook gets a fresh piece of art from artist Laz Marquez, who illustrated prior Scream Factory steelbooks The Howling, Lifeforce and Army of Darkness. If you order directly from Shout! Factory's website, your packaging will also include an exclusive 28.5" x 16.5" rolled lithograph of the illustration. The litho
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20th Century Fox And The Oscars: A Storied Studio And Its Legacy At The Academy Awards

  • Deadline
Now that one of Hollywood’s great studios, 20th Century Fox, has merged into another named Disney, let’s reflect, as a form of final tribute to a proud former stand-alone major, on one of Fox’s great legacies: its Oscars. Its track record with the Academy is far better than the studio that just swallowed it up.

Since 1937, when the fabled Pico Boulevard studio got its first-ever Best Picture nomination for In Old Chicago (a movie that also won Alice Brady only the second Best Supporting Actress Oscar ever given), there have been a remarkable 78 Best Picture nominations overall (by my count) and 12 wins beginning with the studio’s first Best Picture triumph in 1941 for How Green Was My Valley, a decision that still causes controversy even today since that venerable John Ford classic beat Orson WellesCitizen Kane, considered now by many to be the greatest movie of all time.
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‘Strange Angel’: Angus Macfadyen To Play Aleister Crowley In Season 2 Of CBS All Access Series

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‘Strange Angel’: Angus Macfadyen To Play Aleister Crowley In Season 2 Of CBS All Access Series
Strange Angel has found its Aleister Crowley. Turn alum Angus Macfadyen has been tapped to play the founder of Thelema opposite Jack Reynor in the second season of the CBS All Access series.

Created by Mark Heyman and based on George Pendle’s book of the same name, Strange Angel explores the bizarre true story of Jack Parsons, a man who straddled the worlds of science and the occult, pioneering America’s rocketry program while simultaneously practicing sex magick rituals and living by the creed “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”

At the conclusion of Season 1, Jack and his team from Caltech make a scientific breakthrough that secures the military’s interest as the country nears the brink of war. In season two, the U.S. is fully engaged in World War II, transforming Jack’s rocketry work into a lucrative business and further entrenching him in the military-industrial complex.
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Wamg Checks Out The Red Carpet For The 91st Oscars

“We Are Movie Geeks?..Aren’t we all” the young gentleman taking the photo for the Oscars badge said, and how correct he was. The stage is set for tomorrow nights awards; red carpet out, lighting set, roads closed, and security up. The crowds are even larger than usual in Hollywood, with movie fans out in force to see the pageantry. Temperatures are cooler than usual, but by this time tomorrow night the town will be hot!

Want to watch the 91st Academy Awards on Oscar Sunday?

It’s Oscar-viewing made easy. Find out where to watch the show on Sunday,

starting at 8 Pm Et/5Pm Pt –https://www.oscars.org/how-to-watch/index.html

The 91st Oscars will be held at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network at 8 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pt.

The Oscar Week
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Road to the Oscars 2019 – Can Roma win Best Picture?

In the week before the 91st Academy Awards are handed out, Tom Beasley takes a look at each Best Picture nominee and its chances of Oscars victory. Next, it’s the arguable frontrunner as Alfonso Cuaron delves into his own past with Roma…

Films like Roma don’t win Oscars. No movie filmed in a language other than English has ever won the Best Picture award, with these projects mostly confined to the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and a smattering of technical categories, with the exception of a few acting successes. If ever a filmmaker was going to be able to change that, though, it was probably Alfonso Cuaron. Against all odds, Roma – which is foreign, monochrome and released on Netflix – has become the bookies’ favourite for Oscar glory.

Let’s take a closer look…

What’s this all about? And is it any good?

Cuaron has looked into his own past for Roma,
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Oscar’s Longest Losing Streaks: 12 People With 10-Plus Nominations and No Wins (Photos)

  • The Wrap
Oscar’s Longest Losing Streaks: 12 People With 10-Plus Nominations and No Wins (Photos)
Cinematographer Roger Deakins hopes to snap his losing streak this year with his 14th nomination, for “Blade Runner 2049.”

Greg P. Russell (16 nominations)

Veteran sound mixer Greg P. Russell earned his first nomination for 1989’s “Black Rain.” He almost earned a 17th nomination, for 2016’s “13 Hours,” but his nomination was rescinded after he “violated Academy campaign regulations that prohibit telephone lobbying.”

Roland Anderson (15)

The longtime art director picked up his first nomination for “A Farewell to Arms” in 1934 — and then lost for such classics as 1961’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and 1963’s “Come Blow Your Horn.”

Alex North (15)

Composer Alex North was recognized with an honorary Oscar in 1986 — but he never won despite scoring such classics as “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Cleopatra” and “Spartacus.”

Roger Deakins (14)

Cinematographer Roger Deakins earned the first of 14 nominations for 1994’s “The Shawshank Redemption” — and even earned two nods in 2007 for Best Picture winner
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Road to the Oscars 2019 – Can The Favourite win Best Picture?

In the week before the 91st Academy Awards are handed out, Tom Beasley takes a look at each Best Picture nominee and its chances of Oscars victory. Next, after a terrific night at the BAFTAs, The Favourite is bringing a touch of royal anarchy to the Dolby Theater…

In the midst of an awards season that has churned out a series of pretty standard contenders, a British royal drama might seem like an obvious film to include in the shortlist. But The Favourite is not the royal drama you’re expecting. It’s a brash, rude and very unconventional comedy from Greek purveyor of oddities Yorgos Lanthimos that uses the assumed politeness and adherence to tradition of the royal court to tell a compelling story with three deeply flawed women at its centre.

Let’s take a look at the film…

What’s this all about? And is it any good?
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Don’t stop at The Departed’s rat: six other movie scenes that should be cut

The car visible in the background in Braveheart? Kevin Spacey in Baby Driver? The money must be raised via Kickstarter to excise these and other crimes against film-making

The Departed is Martin Scorsese’s financially most successful film, and the only one to earn him a best director Oscar. And yet, thanks to its final shot, it might also his most divisive. Fans have long decried the fact that a movie in which police officers and criminals rat on each other ends with a ham-fisted shot of a real rat scurrying across a railing.

Now they are doing something about it; a Kickstarter campaign has been launched to digitally erase the rat from The Departed, permanently undoing cinema’s most heavy-handed metaphor. This feels like the start of a movement; no longer is the power to retcon beloved films confined to the likes of George Lucas and Jk Rowling. Someone,
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Paramount Confirms Marc Weinstock As President Of Worldwide Marketing & Distribution; Mary Daily Upped To Co-President

  • Deadline
Paramount Pictures made official today what Deadline reported last week: Marc Weinstock is coming to the Melrose lot as President of Worldwide Marketing & Distribution. And Mary Daily, who currently serves as President of International Marketing & Worldwide Home Entertainment, is being promoted to Co-President of Worldwide Marketing & Distribution. The two will work together and report to Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos.

Weinstock and Daily will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of all marketing, advertising and distribution strategies for Paramount Pictures’ global theatrical releases. Weinstock starts work on Feb. 25.

As previously reported David Sameth, who has served as President of Worldwide Marketing, is leaving the studio to pursue other ventures.

“Marc is an incredibly talented and savvy marketer who has been instrumental in many of the most successful and memorable marketing campaigns in recent film history,” said Gianopulos. “Having worked closely with him during our shared time at Fox,
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Oscar Race Defies the Experts: With 6 Days to Go, Nobody Knows a Damn Thing

  • The Wrap
Oscar Race Defies the Experts: With 6 Days to Go, Nobody Knows a Damn Thing
While we were all busy watching the Academy make and then retract baffling decisions about this year’s Academy Awards show, one of the most baffling races in Oscar history bubbled up under our noses.

With a week to go before the envelopes are opened on the stage of the Dolby Theatre, this could well be the tightest, weirdest, most confounding Best Picture competition ever.

Sunday night’s Writers Guild Awards compounded the confusion, giving its top film prizes to one film that isn’t even nominated for a screenwriting Oscar, Bo Burnham’s “Eighth Grade,” and another that is nominated for screenplay but not for picture, “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

The other three major Hollywood guilds gave their top awards to “Green Book” (the Producers Guild), “Roma” (the Directors Guild) and “Black Panther” (the Screen Actors Guild’s ensemble-cast award), which makes this the first time that the
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Berlin: Ukrainian Action Film 'Rising Hawk' Pre-Sells to Spain

Berlin: Ukrainian Action Film 'Rising Hawk' Pre-Sells to Spain
Ukrainian-u.S. historical action film The Rising Hawk has pre-sold to Spain’s Flins & Piniculas, production and distribution company Film.UA said Thursday.

Based on the novella Zakhar Berkut by classical Ukrainian author Ivan Franko, the movie features a large international cast from Ukraine, the U.S., the U.K., Kazakhstan and Mongolia.

The cast includes Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle), Tommy Flanagan (Braveheart, Sin City), Poppy Drayton (Downtown Abbey, The Little Mermaid) and Alison Doody (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, A View to a Kill).

Directed by Akhtem Seitablaev and John Wynn, Rising ...
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Sound Familiar? ‘A’ Listers In Voice Acting Roles

Sometimes you know who you’re listening to. For a handful of actors – Sam Elliott, Morgan Freeman and James Earl Jones in particular – their voice is their trademark, unmistakable and a nice little earner when they don’t feel like being in front of the camera. But sometimes you don’t. Recent years have seen a growing trend for big names providing the voices in major animations, but can we tell? The Lego Movie 2, released in cinemas on Friday, is packed with them – Chris Pratt on double duty, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill (who’s also in the third How To Train Your Dragon) and Ralph Fiennes, Jason Momoa and Bruce Willis are there as well, but there’s no prizes for recognising them. If you see the film, you’ll know why…

Here’s six top actors whose voices may have passed you by…..

Glenn Close

The award winning actress,
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Braveheart Actor Angus Macfadyen Reprises His Role as Robert The Bruce in New Movie

Looks like we are getting a new historical action drama based on the Scottish warrior Robert The Bruce. The film is called Robert The Bruce and stars Angus Macfadyen, who reprises his role from Mel Gibson’s classic movie Braveheart.

Chris Pine recently took on the role in the Netflix film Outlaw King, which was pretty good. This new film “explores the lost months during a long, harsh winter when Robert, injured and pursued across the Highlands by his enemies, takes shelter with the steely Morag and her fearless children. Restored to health and spurred on by this humble family’s resilience and courage, Bruce finally finds the resolve to rally his people and lead his country to hard-fought independence.”

I love that after all these years Macfadyen is playing this character again and this is what he had to say in a statement:

“Robert the Bruce rose from the
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‘Robert The Bruce’ Movie With ‘Braveheart’ Actor Angus Macfadyen Boarded By Metro International, First Look — Efm

  • Deadline
Exclusive: UK sales outfit Metro International has boarded international sales rights to historical action-drama Robert The Bruce, in which Angus Macfadyen reprises his role from Mel Gibson’s Braveheart as the iconic Scottish warrior. Metro will be screening the film this week at the Efm in Berlin. We can also reveal a first look image from the production.

Jared Harris (The Crown) co-stars as Robert the Bruce’s nemesis John Comyn, alongside Anna Hutchison (The Cabin In The Woods), Patrick Fugit (Gone Girl), Zach McGowan (Black Sails), Gabriel Bateman (American Gothic), Talitha Eliana-Bateman (Geostorm), Emma Kenney (Roseanne) and Kevin McNally (Pirates Of The Caribbean).

Directed by Richard Gray (Sugar Mountain), Macfadyen produced and co-wrote the film with Eric Belgau. The film explores the lost months during a long, harsh winter when Robert, injured and pursued across the Highlands by his enemies, takes shelter with the steely Morag (Hutchinson) and her fearless children.
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Alfonso Cuaron is about to join rarified air at the DGA Awards

Alfonso Cuaron is about to join rarified air at the DGA Awards
DGA Award No. 2 is about to make Alfonso Cuaron No. 13. The “Roma” writer/director/cinematographer/editor is the massive favorite to win the Directors Guild of America Award on Saturday, which would propel him onto the short list of two-time champs.

Only 12 people have won the prestigious prize twice, including Cuaron’s good pal Alejandro G. Inarritu, who claimed back-to-back wins for “Birdman” (2014) and “The Revenant” (2015). Steven Spielberg holds the record with three wins, for “The Color Purple” (1985), “Schindler’s List” (1993) and “Saving Private Ryan” (1998).

Cuaron nabbed his first DGA Award for “Gravity” (2013), for which he later won the Best Director Oscar. One of the most accurate Oscar precursors, DGA has lined up with Oscar 63 times in 70 years. Of the two-time DGA winners, thrice has the DGA champ not converted both of their victories into Oscar gold. Francis Ford Coppola lost the Oscar to Bob Fosse (“Cabaret”); Ron Howard was snubbed by Oscar,
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Point of Death on Digital Download from 11th February | Starring David O’Hara and Isabelle Allen

The Movie Partnership has announced that their new horror, Point of Death, has received its digital release date for 11th February. Point of Death is directed by Steve Stone and stars David O’Hara and Isabelle Allen (Les Miserables). Alex is a man with everything – the …

The post Point of Death on Digital Download from 11th February | Starring David O’Hara and Isabelle Allen appeared first on Hnn | Horrornews.net.
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Best Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar: Is ‘Vice’ a lock for turning Christian Bale into Dick Cheney?

Best Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar: Is ‘Vice’ a lock for turning Christian Bale into Dick Cheney?
Oscar voters love to reward the makeup artists and hairstylists who transform some of Hollywood’s most famous faces into historical figures. Since the competitive category of Best Makeup and Hairstyling was introduced at the Academy Awards in 1982, eight films in which performers portray famous folks have won this Oscar. Adam McKay‘s “Vice,” a sly satire on the life and times of politician Dick Cheney, is poised to be the ninth to do so.

Over the two hour plus running time of “Vice,” Christian Bale portrays Cheney from his early years in Wyoming to his eight years as vice president. The actor gained 40 plus pounds and shaved his head to look like the man who was second in command during some of the darkest days in American history.

It is no surprise that Bale is tipped to take home his second Oscar. Also nominated are Amy Adams, who portrays
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Film News Roundup: Peter Jackson’s ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Pulls in $2.6 Million on Mlk Day

  • Variety
Film News Roundup: Peter Jackson’s ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Pulls in $2.6 Million on Mlk Day
In today’s film news roundup, Peter Jackson’s “They Shall Not Grow Old” has boosted its box office, Jillian Clare’s “Pretty Broken” is getting a release, Foley artist MaryJo Lang is honored and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is trying to expand opportunities in the entertainment industry.

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Fathom Events and Warner Bros. are reporting that the Martin Luther King Jr. Day screening of Peter Jackson’s World War I documentary, “They Shall Not Grow Old,” brought in $2.6 million at 1,335 North American sites.

The cumulative domestic box office for “They Shall Not Grow Old” has reached $8.3 million in three days, which included Dec. 17 and Dec. 27. That’s well above the prior event-cinema record of $4.6 million for 2015’s “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F.” On Jan. 21, “They Shall Not Grow Old” was the No. 4 film at the domestic box office, with the highest per-screen average of any film in release.
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