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Why Emma Stone Is About to Have Her Best Year Ever

Why Emma Stone Is About to Have Her Best Year Ever
2018 is looking up for Emma Stone.  That's not to say that 2017 wasn't stellar of course. It was one for the ages, which makes the statement that she's just now entering the time of her life a bit controversial and inviting of sarcasm. She won an Oscar last year! you say. She got to make out with Ryan Gosling! you say. How in the world is a person supposed to follow up a year that was defined by La La Land?  The answer is: It's impossible. Which makes the sheer fact that her life is getting better and better even after winning her first Oscar all the more impressive.  Let's start by recapping this year. 2017 could largely be defined as a...
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Ryan Gosling Debuts New Buzzcut on Set of Neil Armstrong Biopic

Ryan Gosling Debuts New Buzzcut on Set of Neil Armstrong Biopic
How did Ryan Gosling cut his hair for his new astronaut film? He eclipsed it!

The actor, who was spotted wearing a bathrobe, pajamas and a pair of boots, revealed his new buzz cut on the set of his Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man, which is currently filming in Atlanta, Georgia. This latest hair transformation is a runner-up to his shortest hair length in 2005.

Seven weeks before, in October, Gosling, 37, was pictured on the same film set with a slicked back side part when he was first spotted in costume since signing on for the movie for which he will
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Ryan Gosling Transforms Into Neil Armstrong on 'First Man' Set -- See the Pic!

Ryan Gosling Transforms Into Neil Armstrong on 'First Man' Set -- See the Pic!
Ryan Gosling is ready for liftoff, buzz cut and all.

The First Man star was spotted on set of the upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic on Wednesday, rocking a markedly shorter hairdo in the style of the iconic astronaut, who became the first human to set foot on the moon in 1969. Armstrong died in 2012.

The film, which reunites Gosling with La La Landdirector Damien Chazelle, is set to premiere Oct. 12, 2018, and also stars Claire Foy, Jon Bernthal and Corey Stoll, who will portray Buzz Aldrin.

Gosling was quite a trouper, too. Despite shooting a hot, sunny summer scene, the actual temperature in Atlanta, Georgia, where the movie is being filmed, is 28 degrees! The 37-year-old actor had a bathrobe and a hot water bottle to keep warm between takes.

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The movie has been shooting since October, when Gosling was spotted channeling Armstrong -- with longer hair -- while showing off his lasso skills.

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Bold Films Laying Off Half of Its Employees (Exclusive)

Bold Films Laying Off Half of Its Employees (Exclusive)
Following a handful of box office disappointments, Bold Films will be laying off roughly half of its 14 employees.

The layoffs began this past Friday and are the result of underwhelming box office grosses, including the Jake Gyllenhaal film “Stronger.” Sources also say that production on Brady Corbet’s “Vox Lux” has been delayed. Natalie Portman had been attached to star in the drama about the life of a pop star, but her involvement is now in question. It’s unclear if her schedule will be free when shooting on the film begins.

Among those let go are Lisa Zambri, Svp of production and development. However, her counterpart, Jon Oakes, will remain on in the same position. Bold positioned the cuts as necessary moves to cut down on overhead. The company will also cut down on the number of films it produces.

Bold Films has bet on auteur-driven projects, producing the likes of “Nightcrawler” and “Whiplash,” while inking
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The 50 top films of 2017: No 8 Blade Runner 2049

Another joint entry for the UK and the Us in our movie countdown – Xan Brooks hails an ambitious sci-fi sequel that took the original’s tantalising loose ends and ran with them

• More on the best Us films of 2017

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Blade Runner 2049 was the sequel that dared to dream it might surpass its creator. It was the blockbuster that breathed, the film replicant made flesh. In returning to the source material of the original Blade Runner (itself adapted from Philip K Dick’s 1968 novel), director Denis Villeneuve could by rights have got away with ticking the appropriate boxes and contentedly riding a wave of shared nostalgia. Instead, he opted for full immersion, a deep dive into the subject matter, even at the risk of losing his bearings. I’ve rarely seen a film so dazzled and entranced by its own possibilities.
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‘Blade Runner 2049’: Inside Denis Villeneuve’s Holographic Joi of Sex

Unlike the stunning CG recreation of Sean Young’s Rachael replicant in “Blade Runner 2049,” the Joi hologram played by Ana de Armas was more of an advanced analog creation. In fact, the directive from Denis Villeneuve was to have Joi alternate between looking realistic and artificial, depending on the emotional context for Ryan Gosling’s K, who customized her as more of a loving companion than pleasure model.

They recorded actress de Armas on set with Gosling from multiple angles with GoPros and Hdri lighting set up by Roger Deakins. Then Double Negative made a CG version and went through a lot of testing. However, finding the right look was difficult.

“Joi is a volume, a projection, and we looked at conventional holograms and didn’t really like them that much,” said John Nelson, the production visual effects supervisor. “We had to come up with something more subtle yet cooler than that.
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Atlanta Now Casting: Neil Armstrong Biopic ‘First Man’ Starring Ryan Gosling Needs Members of Mission Control

Take one giant leap toward acting success with a background role in the major feature film “First Man.” Starring Ryan Gosling and Kyle Chandler, “First Man” recounts the life of astronaut Neil Armstrong and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Male talent, aged 18 and older, are sought to portray members of Mission Control. Talent must have short hair or be willing to cut it (no shaved heads) and be clean-shaven. Real pilots and flight controllers are encouraged to apply. The production will film Dec. 18–19 in Atlanta, Georgia. Talent will be paid $64 for eight hours of work, plus $10 for a haircut, if needed, and $16 for fitting. Apply directly at Backstage here! Check out Backstage’s Atlanta audition listings!
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Sublime Shape of Water leads Golden Globes on merit, but all-male director list is dismaying | Peter Bradshaw

Prestige pictures lead the way, with The Post and Three Billboards also up there – but with no Dee Rees, Kathryn Bigelow or Greta Gerwig, the director nominations look dubious

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At first glance, the major loser in this year’s Golden Globe nominations would appear to be Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread, his superb daymare about a 1950s London fashion designer; it gets its mandatory best actor (drama) nod for Daniel Day-Lewis in his valedictory performance but nothing in the way of best film or best director. Nothing, furthermore, for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049, starring Ryan Gosling as a younger-generation replicant-hunter who winds up on the track of his predecessor, Harrison Ford. Nor is there anything for the red-hot topicality of Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit – and in fact the best director category has, depressingly, been turned into a boys’ club; all the more dismaying
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Blade Runner 2049 home entertainment release details revealed

Warner Bros. has revealed details for the home entertainment release of Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel Blade Runner 2049 which is set for a Digital release on December 26th followed by a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD release on January 16th; check out the 4k artwork below along with an announcement trailer and a list of special features…

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— #BladeRunner 2049 (@bladerunner) December 7, 2017

Special Features:

Designing The World of Blade Runner 2049

To Be Human: Casting Blade Runner 2049

Prologues: 2036: Nexus Dawn

Prologues: 2048: Nowhere to Run

Prologues: 2022: Black Out

Blade Runner 101: Blade Runners

Blade Runner 101: The Replicant Evolution

Blade Runner 101: The Rise of Wallace Corp

Blade Runner 101: Welcome to
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A third and final crack at 2017 Golden Globe predictions

Folks, here is a sense of just how deep into the end of the year we’ve gotten. The Golden Globe Awards will announce their nominations early on next week. Monday morning, to be specific. One of the highest profile nominating bodies out there, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (or HFPA, for short) will have their say and potentially shape the race. Keep in mind that they have limited impact on the Oscars, but Academy Award voters do pay some degree of attention to what goes on here. As such, it’s worth our time. One last shot at acing the nominations is what you’ll see here. There’s definitely still some mystery here, though the season is already taking shape with other precursors. Below is my final crack at figuring out the Globes. It should be a good morning for Call Me By Your Name, Dunkirk, Get Out,
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‘Blade Runner 2049’ 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Release Dates and Details

Warner Home Video has announced the release dates for director Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.

Your first chance to watch Blade Runner 2049 at home comes on December 26th with the Digital HD release. Turn the calendar to 2018 for Blade Runner 2049 on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD as those formats are slated for a January 16th, 2018 release.

Blade Runner 2049 also stars Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, Lennie James, Dave Bautista, and Jared Leto.

Pre-order Blade Runner 2049 on 4K or other formats for a discounted price at Amazon.

Bonus features include:

Designing The World of Blade Runner 2049

To Be Human: Casting Blade Runner 2049

Prologues: 2036: Nexus Dawn

Prologues: 2048: Nowhere to Run

Prologues: 2022: Black Out

Blade Runner 101: Blade Runners

Blade Runner 101: The Replicant Evolution

Blade Runner 101:
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Ryan Reynolds Trolls His Mom with Face Tattoos in Fake Instagram Post — See the Photo!

Ryan Reynolds Trolls His Mom with Face Tattoos in Fake Instagram Post — See the Photo!
Ryan Reynolds is at it again with the trolling.

The Deadpool star, 41, revealed his new target, his mother Tammy, in an Instagram post on Wednesday. Reynolds, who is known for his hilarious pranks on social media involving his costars and loved ones, didn’t spare his mother from his antics.

The father of two shared a photo of his mother on Instagram with fake tattoos scattered over her face.

“My Mom had the best time in the #Deadpool tattoo booth at Brazil Comic Con. #ccxp2017,” he wrote in the caption.

The post comes days after Reynolds offered to give free
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‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Film Gets Release Date

Paramount Pictures will put Are You Afraid of the Dark? on the big screen in 2019.

The studio announced that film based on the popular 90s Nickelodeon series will be released October 11, 2019. It co-writer Gary Dauberman will write and direct the film.

Are You Afraid of the Dark? aired from 1990-2000 and centered around a group of teens known as The Midnight Society. The group of friends would get together around a bonfire and tell scary tales hoping that the tale would be scary enough to be initiated into the Midnight Society. Actors such as Elisha Cuthbert, Jay Baruchel, Mia Kirshner, Hayden Christensen, Neve Campbell and Ryan Gosling have appeared on the show during its seven season run.

No word yet on which direction the studios will take the film, whether it be geared toward teens or adults. My guess is that since the age group that watched the original series
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Are You Afraid Of The Dark? Movie Slated for October 11th, 2019 Release

Make you have a bucket of water nearby and a scary story in mind, because the Midnight Society will soon be gathering under the stars once again, as Paramount has revealed the official release date for their Are You Afraid of the Dark? movie.

According to numerous sources, including The Hollywood Reporter, the Are You Afraid of the Dark? film—an adaptation of the popular ’90s anthology series—has been given an October 11th, 2019 release date from Paramount. The prime Halloween season placement could make this the big horror movie of the fall in 2019, especially for those of us ’90s kids who have been craving the Nickelodeon nightmare fuel we grew up on.

As previously reported by The Tracking Board, the Paramount Pictures division Paramount Players has hired Gary Dauberman to write a screenplay for a movie based on the Are You Afraid of the Dark? anthology TV series that
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'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' Movie Lands 2019 Release Date

'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' Movie Lands 2019 Release Date
Halloween season 2019 will be a little extra spooky, thanks to Are You Afraid of the Dark.

Paramount's big-screen adaptation of the '90s anthology show will hit theaters Oct. 11, 2019, the studio announced Wednesday.

It screenwriter Gary Dauberman is penning the script and is producing the project.

The Canadian TV series, which aired on Nickelodeon in the U.S., featured a group of teens called the Midnight Society trading tales around a campfire — a different story for each episode. A number of future stars, including Ryan Gosling and Neve Campbell, appeared on the show.

"The show is about the shared experience of telling...
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Damien Chazelle Says ‘Dunkirk’ Is ‘A Giant Middle Finger’ to Anyone Who Thinks Movies Stopped Taking Risks

Damien Chazelle Says ‘Dunkirk’ Is ‘A Giant Middle Finger’ to Anyone Who Thinks Movies Stopped Taking Risks
Damien Chazelle is the most recent Oscar winner for Best Director, and there’s a very good chance he’ll be followed by Christopher Nolan next year. Nolan has never even been nominated for the Best Director Oscar, but he’s widely expected to earn his first nomination and is even considered a strong candidate to win thanks to his work on “Dunkirk.” Chazelle, who was invited into the Academy in 2015, will certainly be championing Nolan this year.

Read More:Dunkirk Will Probably Win Best Picture, but a Changing Oscar Landscape Could Favor A Micro-Budget Dark Horse

The “La La Land” and “Whiplash” filmmaker participated in Variety’s “Directors on Directors” series this year, where he wrote a lengthy love letter to “Dunkirk,” noting the WWII survival thriller was Nolan’s most personal and moving film to date. Chazelle says Nolan’s entire career had been building towards an achievement like “Dunkirk.
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See Ryan Gosling's Evolution in Et's 'When We First Met'

See Ryan Gosling's Evolution in Et's 'When We First Met'
From teen actor to Oscar nominee, Et has been with Ryan Gosling through it all -- and our Facebook Watch series, When We First Met, has the footage to prove it.

After nearly winning big at the 2017 Oscars for his role in La La Land, the 37-year-old actor is hard at work bringing Neil Armstrong's life to the big screen in the biopic First Man, which is set to come out in 2018, 20 years after Gosling and Et were first introduced.

Et was with with the actor on the 1998 set of Young Hercules, but he started to make his mark in Hollywood years earlier, coming up on The Micky Mouse Club in 1993, alongside a few other famous faces.

"It was Britney and Justin and then Christina and myself, and it was like a bootcamp on the industry, you know?" he told Et in 2002. "It sort of taught us how to be professional."

"I remember Christina
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Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Wishes Big Brother a Happy Birthday -- See His Sweet Post!

Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Wishes Big Brother a Happy Birthday -- See His Sweet Post!
Ryan Reynolds hilariously wishes his big brother, Jeff, a happy birthday.

The Deadpool star shared an adorable throwback photo on Friday of himself and his sibling from when they were little.

"I may have three older brothers, but only one Jeff. You were the first friend I ever had," Reynolds, 41, wrote, before busting out his wicked sense of humor.

"If there was ever a fire and I had to choose a family member to save, obviously it’d be me," he jokingly wrote. "But if I had time to save one more... and I knew it was safe to re-enter the burning building, you can be damn sure I’d call the fire department. They’re experts in the field and have top quality safety gear. Not to mention experience in these matters. I love you. Happy Birthday.
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Ryan Reynolds Wishes Brother Happy Birthday with Adorable Throwback Photo

Ryan Reynolds Wishes Brother Happy Birthday with Adorable Throwback Photo
Ryan Reynolds wished his brother Jeff a happy birthday with an adorable throwback photo and a touch of the family’s famous sense of humor.

“I may have three older brothers, but only one Jeff,” Reynolds wrote on Instagram. “You were the first friend I ever had.”

He then joked, “If there was ever a fire and I had to choose a family member to save, obviously it’d be me. But if I had time to save one more… and I knew it was safe to re-enter the burning building, you can be damn sure I’d call the fire department.
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Anne Thompson’s Top 12 Films of 2017, Including Five Directed By Women

Anne Thompson’s Top 12 Films of 2017, Including Five Directed By Women
Track my film passions of the past year and the result is this list. These are the films that wowed and moved me, that turned me into a rabid champion, that gave me hope that brilliant cinematic storytelling — and a rebel spirit — is alive and well. It turned out to be a strong year for women directors (five), romances (three), World War II dramas (two), Angelina Jolie movies (two), animation (one), and documentaries (one).

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Directed by Nora Twomey of Cartoon Saloon (“The Secret of Kells”) and executive produced by Angelina Jolie, Irish-Canadian “The Breadwinner” is based on Deborah Ellis’s Ya novel about 11-year-old Parvana (voiced by Canadian actress Saara Chaudry), a strong-willed Afghan girl who disguises herself as a boy in order to provide for her family and save her father under threat from the Taliban.
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