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My mom got an email from the modelling agency and I'm going to be in a fashion show in may!!!! HOLY SHIT! I didn't think they would actually choose me! I'm so nervous now because I've never been in front on a crowd before. CHA-CHING!💄 - - - - #naturalbornkillers#90s#movies#serialkiller#malloryknox
Thoughts? @mediaoutrage:@Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94 _____________________________________ The making of the upcoming #Tupac biopic, “All Eyez On Me,” has taken some time, but the anticipation continued to grow as fans awaited the announcement of the films official release date. _____________________________________ Recently, #Lionsgate obtained the U.S. rights to the film, and they set the films official release date. _____________________________________ According to the Hollywood Reporter, after obtaining the rights to the Morgan Creek Entertainment film, Lionsgate announced that the film would hit theaters on June 16th, on what would have been Tupac’s 46th birthday. _____________________________________ The making of the film started back in 2011 when Morgan Creek teamed up with Emmett/Furla/Oasis to make the film, but the film went through a few directors before #BennyBoom took on the role. _____________________________________ The film will star, #DemetriusShippJr as Tupac Shakur, and it will cover the success of his career as a rapper, actor, poet and activist leading up until his unfortunate death in 1996. _____________________________________ Back in September, Shipp talked to Complex about what it was like working with Benny Boom on the project, he said, "It was dope working with Benny. He is a guy who really takes his work seriously, all the way, completely, 1,000%.” _____________________________________ He continued, “So, when you got people pushing on all ends and working their best and understanding that we can’t—read more at TheShadeRoom.com - #regrann#Mediaoutrage
"Hunt for the Wilderpeople". Directed by Taika Waititi. Marvelous and charming movie from New Zealand. Director from episodes of the short lived but fantastic HBO comedy Flight of the Concords and the hilarious vampire faux doc "What we do in the Shadows". In a nutshell, the story revolves around a massive manhunt for a troubled kid and his newly fostered uncle who have gone missing in the wilderness. Both who may just not want to be found.. The movie is heartwarming while never having trouble blending the laughs and heartfelt moments. Loveable characters, our leads #SamNeill and #JulianDennison are great with excellent chemistry. Beautifully shot with a very original score. A near perfect movie to be honest. Towards the end, the events become a little far fetched but at that point, anything really goes with this enjoyable film. Highly recommended. #MovieMaverickReview#HuntForTheWilderpeople#TaikaWaititi#SonyPicturesClassic#Movies#Film#Indie
(Reposted from @beastmodeon.neveroff ) #BOYCOTTADOGSPURPOSE !!!!😡😡😡😡😡😡 OUR PURPOSE is to expose ANYONE who causes harm to any living thing, especially dogs. The film crew for this movie FORCED a terrified German Shepherd into raging waters, and then caused him to smash into a wall and almost drown. There is video evidence of this accusation. It is beyond disturbing, so please be prepared when viewing. Please help hold this film, and all humans involved, responsible for the repulsive things they did to this poor baby, and likely others.
Hey folks, I know this isn't comic related, but it's something I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on. I've been thinking a lot lately about the state of modern day cinema and the often-heard claim that we are living in the age of sequels, reboots, remakes, and adaptations, and I've come to a few conclusions. I agree this claim is almost entirely true, as the majority of big budget film productions released each year are either sequels, reboots, remakes, or adaptations of a previously successful idea. Think about the past year alone. In 2016, just about every single summer blockbuster movie was either an adaptation of a book or comic or a recreation of a previously successful blockbuster. Hollywood continues to do this year after year, and why shouldn't they? Good or bad, these movies make money. Large amounts of people tend to go see them year after year despite their repetitive nature. We're all guilty of it. Whether it's nostalgia, a sense of commitment, or just because we're fans, we all watch every comic book movie, every sequel, and most reboots (sorry "Ghostbusters", I waited to rent you). However, this has created a major problem in our grandest form of storytelling. Original stories are far and few between in terms of major blockbusters. Most of the original story work comes from the animated department, but even then most recycle similar concepts repeatedly. Sure, there are indies everywhere that feature new and unique stories, which often fly under the radar and do not get the respect or praise they deserve, but that's not what this address is really meant to be about. I'm talking about the big budget films that are pushed by studios onto audiences. It seems as though the larger movie studios would rather remake a movie like "White Men Can't Jump" (yes, that's really happening) than take a chance on new material. In this modern era of filmmaking, new ideas are rejected in favor of secure plotlines studios know will make money. They're scared to put their money into anything unproven. While this is a rational fear, it's one I feel needs to be conquered for the sake of cinema's future. (Continued in comments)