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Vue cinemas delay UK reopening by three additional weeks

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Vue Cinemas will not open until July 31 at the earliest, citing delays to the release of blockbusters such as Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Disney’s Mulan reboot. The chain were set to reopen their branches on July 10 as lockdown restrictions eased across the UK, however that plan will now be abandoned in favour of a phased reopening of venues from the end of this month. Speaking to Variety, Vue CEO Tim Richards said: “Having taken comprehensive steps to safeguard our staff and customers, Vue is ready to welcome back customers to its UK cinemas to enjoy the escapism of the big screen experience.
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Could The Suicide Squad Head To Streaming? Here’s What James Gunn Said

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Well, that's pretty cut and dry. It looks like Warner Bros. and James Gunn aren't considering bringing The Suicide Squad straight to homes. Instead, we should expect the soft reboot to arrive at its expected release date next August. And this makes sense, as principal photography was already completed before sets were shut down, and there's still a full year to edit/complete the project. Source link
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Shudder’s Latest Original Is Deliciously Gross

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Blood's splattering and penises are ablaze in director Lars Damoiseaux's feature debut Yummy, a gore-filled zombie comedy that's as confused as it is deliciously gross. An over-the-top violent tale of plastic surgery gone disgustingly array, Yummy exudes intentional camp and shows glimpses of old Italian flare - an ambitious combination that just almost works. Pair that style with sporadic gross-out comedy and a few moments of dry wit and you've got a fun enough film for fans of fast-paced butchery. Yummy follows a buxom young Belgian woman, Alison (Maaike Neuville,) and her spineless klutz of a husband, Michael (Bart Hollanders,)
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Christopher Nolan responds to claims he doesn’t allow chairs on set

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A spokesperson for Christopher Nolan has responded to claims that the filmmaker does not allow chairs on his film sets. The response follows a conversation started by actress Anne Hathaway, who said Nolan “doesn’t allow chairs, and his reasoning is, if you have chairs, people will sit, and if they’re sitting, they’re not working.” Those claims have now been denied by a spokesperson of Nolan’s. “For the record, the only things banned from sets are cell phones (not always successfully) and smoking (very successfully),” Kelly Bush Novak of ID publicity said in a statement provided to IndieWire. “The chairs Anne
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The Insane Amount Of Training Joseph Gordon-Levitt Did For Basically One Inception Stunt

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Whoa, back up.... three months of training for a single scene? We cannot be sure what sequence Anne Hathaway is referring to from Inception or whether she’d exaggerated the numbers in her head years later, but it’s a known fact that Joseph Gordon-Levitt trained hard for that movie. His most rigorous scene was the gravity-defying hotel hallway scene, which saw the crew constructing a 100-foot rotating corridor and the actor having to nail the choreography and timing. Source link
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Mark Hamill reflects on Luke’s innocence in deleted Star Wars scene

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Upon his introduction in STAR WARS, you would never guess that Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) would become one of the greatest Jedi of all-time, but fans know that Luke's original introduction in the film gave even more insight into the character's innocent nature. Before it was deleted from the film, our first glimpse of Luke Skywalker arrived with Luke using his electrobinoculars to view the battle between Darth Vader's Star Destroyer and Princess Leia's Tantive IV above Tatooine, after which he heads to the Tosche Station to meet up with friends. RELATED: Star Wars: Squadrons unveils first trailer & platform
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Disney+ adds lost Luke Skywalker scene to ‘A New Hope’

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A deleted scene from Star Wars: A New Hope has been retrieved and added to the extras on Disney+. Mark Hamill has explained why the deleted scene was crucial to the character of Luke Skywalker, in conversation with Joe and Anthony Russo for their Russo Bros. Pizza Film School series. The scene in Episode IV, the first film in the Skywalker Saga, sees Luke witness the attack on Princess Leia’s ship from Tatooine by Darth Vader before travelling to Tosche Station. “There a couple of things that are good for the character,” Hamill began when describing the lost scene to the
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One Thing Martin Scorsese And Quentin Tarantino Have In Common When Making A Movie

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It’s funny, the first time I met Scorsese we talked about this. I was in Vegas when he was doing Casino and I got invited to the set on a Thursday. They mentioned at the production office that they were having an Anthony Mann double-feature on 16mm that Saturday — Raw Deal and T-Men or something. And I go to Scorsese, ‘Oh wow, you going?’ ‘No, no, I can’t.’ ‘Why not?’ He said, ‘I can’t watch anything that good! When I’m making a movie I can watch Antonio Margheriti all day, but I can’t watch an Anthony Mann movie.’ And
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