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'Cuties': Controversy Lures Viewers to Netflix Movie, Survey Says 

 

"There were definitely a lot of people who watched it because of the controversy," says executive vp Mark Orne, who runs the cross-platform group and is in charge of PostVOD.

More than half, or 52 percent, said the dust-up was the only reason they tuned in, while another 29 percent said it was a major reason.

Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) said they thought the controversy was "overblown" once they actually saw the movie, according to PostVOD's survey of 96 viewers. Of that group, 38 percent strongly agreed.

'Cuties': Controversy Lures Viewers to Netflix Movie, Survey Says

Tags: Backlash, Choices, Controversy, Film, Interest, Surge

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22-Sep-2020


‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster 

 

For a movie like “Tenet” to work, a lot has to happen, financially speaking.

The film, directed by Christopher Nolan, needs to rake in dollars all over the world but especially in the U.S., where studios can keep as much 60 percent of the box office. To turn a profit, the movie basically has to net in America what Nolan’s “Inception” did a decade ago — $348 million in today’s dollars — or at least “Dunkirk’s” $200 million from three summers back.

Since it came to American theaters nearly two weeks ago, “Tenet” has taken in just $29.5 million.

Forward-looking voices note that studios can’t keep making films for $200 million if there isn’t a steady stream of consumers walking through multiplex doors to fund them — after all, it’s all those ticket sales that enable the budgets and slick stars and sharp production values that come with them. Those voices have gotten louder in the wake of “Tenet’s” underperformance. They point out that it should change both how studios produce films and who they pick as their partners.

‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster

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20-Sep-2020


James Caan Says There’s No ‘Elf 2’ Because Will Ferrell and Jon Favreau ‘Didn’t Get Along’ 

 

James Caan says there wont be a sequel to the hit Christmas fantasy-comedy “Elf” because headliner Will Ferrell and director Jon Favreau “didn’t get along.”

“”We were gonna do it and I thought, ‘Oh my god, I finally got a franchise movie, I could make some money, let my kids do what the hell they want to do.’ And the director and Will didn’t get along very well,” Caan told Cleveland’s 92.3 The Fan’s Bull & Fox show on Friday. “So, Will wanted to do it, he didn’t want the director, and he had it in his contract, it was one of those things.”

James Caan Says There’s No ‘Elf 2’ Because Will Ferrell and Jon Favreau ‘Didn’t Get Along’

Tags: Celebrity, Feud, Film, Film Trivia, Sequel

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18-Sep-2020


‘Cuties’ Financier Argues ‘Ultra-Conservatism’ Is Threatening ‘Freedom of Expression’ (EXCLUSIVE)

 

Netflix’s “Cuties” may be receiving a torrent of backlash out of North America, but France’s film industry is standing in support of Maimouna Doucouré’s feature debut. On Tuesday, the country’s authors, directors and producers guild, La Société civile des Auteurs Réalisateurs et Producteurs, known as ARP, said calls for the film’s boycott are a “grave attack on freedom of creation” carried on by the “most conservative of Americans.”

A campaign waged against Netflix over “Cuties” and the film’s sexualized portrayal of children produced a surge in U.S. subscription cancellations over the weekend, according to research company YipitData, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations out of Washington, D.C., is the latest org to call on the streaming giant to pull the film due to, it claims, a stereotypical portrayal of Muslims.

In France, the film was released on Aug. 19 without any restrictions and was considered suitable for all audiences. It triggered some debate, but not any backlash. We received unanimous praise in the local press, from L’Humanité to Le Figaro, Telerama and Le Monde. We want people to watch the film and realize it’s about many issues: It’s about being Black and living in France, in a society dominated by white people; it’s about being a woman; it’s about the identity conflict that a child can feel between a traditional, conservative upbringing and everyday life at school. Twerking is a small part of the movie. (The film is rated TV MA — Mature Audiences by Netflix in the U.S.).

‘Cuties’ Financier Argues ‘Ultra-Conservatism’ Is Threatening ‘Freedom of Expression’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Art, Art Deletion, Children, Entertainment, Film, Hypocrisy, Interview, Overreaction, Politics, Racial Tension, Religion, Representation, World

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16-Sep-2020


This is who fans want to replace Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther 

 

News that Chadwick Boseman died after battling cancer for four years shocked the world a couple of weeks ago. Few people knew the actor had been fighting the terrible illness even as he was shooting some of his most iconic movies, Black Panther among them. A report a few days ago said that Boseman was hopeful he would get better, and he would have started preparing for Black Panther 2 this month. The sequel is not officially included in Phase 4, as Marvel announced Black Panther 2 separately with an initial release date of May 6th, 2022. Factors like the novel coronavirus pandemic and the untimely death of Boseman might force Disney to delay the film and give it more time to deal with the loss. Marvel has a few options at its disposal, but it’s too early to address the matter publicly. Fans, however, already think they know how Black Panther 2 should proceed.

One of the obvious choices would be to recast a different actor as T’Challa/Black Panther. But it’s unlikely that fans would appreciate such a move. It would also be incredibly difficult for a different actor to accept the role. Boseman is T’Challa, and his Black Panther should be honored by not giving the part to a different actor, even if Boseman’s passing causes issues for Marvel’s plans. The character was also supposedly going to appear in other crossovers in the future, not just the Black Panther sequel.

This is who fans want to replace Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther

Tags: Celebrity, Challenge, Fans, Film, Film Trivia, Hollywood, Replacement

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13-Sep-2020


Call Me By Your Name director defends casting straight actors and shying away from full frontal male nudity

 

The idea that a marginalised minority should be given the opportunity to portray themselves on the big screen was dismissed by Guadagnino in a new interview with The Independent.

“I read too much Freud to be taking seriously these kind of critics, meaning that I honestly don’t believe I have the right to decide whether an actor is straight or not,” he said.

“Who am I to know what somebody is thinking of himself or herself within themselves? Yes, Armie is a straight man with a wife and children and the same can be said of Timothée. But do I ask them to swear on their sexuality, on their identities, on their desires, before I cast them? I don’t!”

Call Me By Your Name director defends casting straight actors and shying away from full frontal male nudity

Tags: Actor, Employment, Entertainment, Experience, Film, LGBTQ, Opinion, Perception, Representation, Talent

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12-Sep-2020


Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon' 

 

Henry Golding had a head-turning starring role in the blockbuster hit Crazy Rich Asians. Since, he's been reaping the rewards, knocking one project after the other out of the park. But this fall Monsoon, his latest project, releases and he's playing Kit, a Vietnamese man who returns to his home country after fleeing as a child. But Kit is gay.

"From my point of view, with this particular role, it was the fact that his journey wasn’t hinged on the fact he is gay,” the straight actor told Attitude in a new cover story. "It's almost like, yes, he's a young gay man. but the bigger issue is who he is as a person".

Golding falls within a long line of straight actors taking on gay roles — often the most prominent and most lauded gay rols are taken by straight actors. Over the past decade, this has drawn increased scrutiny with both audiences and gay actors. Many have spoken about how their careers are impacted after coming out.

"What’s happened is that, when someone comes out of the closet, we celebrate them," Billy Eichner told Deadline in a recent, unrelated interview. "We applaud them. We put them on the cover of magazines. We say, thank you for living your truth, and thank you for being brave, and you’re such a role model for our gay kids. And then instantly, that actor gets taken off so many casting lists in the business." The casting lists they do stay on, for the most part, are those for gay roles or projects that want queer appeal. One argument is that if queer actors are only going to be considered for queer roles, they should be the only ones considered there.

Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon'

"May the best woman win." 10-Sep-2020

Tags: $, Celebration, Celebrity, Employment, Film, Gay, LGBTQ, Opinion, Overreaction, Politics, Success, Survival, Talent

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10-Sep-2020


What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap? 

 

After the 2017 release of Dunkirk, you might have been lulled into the belief that Christopher Nolan was heading towards his peak—the final push up a quarter pipe before he launched into pure genius.

Sadly, you were wrong.

This much is crystal clear just three minutes into his much-anticipated new release, Tenet. The movie is Nolan’s least intelligible film, quickly disintegrating into an incredibly convoluted story that is as difficult to follow as it is to enjoy.

What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap?

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Film, Film Trivia, History, Hollywood, Questionable, Talent

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09-Sep-2020


‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted After Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For Coronavirus – Update 

 

With filming on Matt Reeves’ The Batman having resumed only three days ago after pausing 5 1/2 months ago, the UK production at Warner Bros. Leavesden has stopped again after one of the people on the production turned up positive with COVID-19.

Deadline has confirmed that star Robert Pattinson is the member of the production team who tested positive for the virus.

‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Film, Health, Safety, World

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03-Sep-2020


People Are Trying to Cancel a Sundance-Winning French Film They Know Nothing About 

 

On Aug. 20, Netflix issued an apology following a wave of backlash for its marketing materials promoting Maïmouna Doucouré's Cuties. The poster featured the French film's main characters — the titular dance troupe named Cuties — in spandex dance costumes of shorts and crop tops. The streamer's now-deleted movie description read that lead character Amy "becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew," and in an attempt to join them, she "starts to explore her femininity, defying her family's traditions."

An uproar was immediately ignited over the poster's apparent sexualization of children, and the backlash equated Netflix's marketing with the film's intent. "We're deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for Mignonnes/Cuties," a Netflix spokesperson said in the statement on Thursday. "It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which won an award at Sundance. We've now updated the pictures and description."

The damage, however, was already done. Along with accusations that Netflix was run by pedophiles, petitions went up demanding the streamer remove the film from its lineup. I should note that Cuties won't premiere in the United States until Sept. 9, so the masses currently protesting the film's release haven't actually seen it. But that hasn't stopped over 178,000 people from signing the petition or another petition with the same purpose from gaining over 336,000 signatures.

People Are Trying to Cancel a Sundance-Winning French Film They Know Nothing About

Thor: Ragnarok Actress Tessa Thompson Defends French Twerking Film ‘Cuties’

Tags: Art Deletion, Backlash, Celebrity, Cultural, Film, Overreaction, Representation, Support, Youth

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24-Aug-2020


Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters 

 

Scott Derrickson doesn't want you to see Tenet — or any other movies, for that matter — at the cinema. Friday night, the helmer behind Doctor Strange posted an ominous warning to his Twitter account, asking his followers not to attend movie theaters until the coronavirus pandemic has passed. A concern for many, Derrickson seemed to express displeasure in those Americans continuing to push for the reopening for theaters far in advance of the pandemic actually being handled by health and government officials.

"Don't go see Tenet or any other movie in theater. There, I said it," Derrickson tweeted. In a follow-up tweet, the filmmaker added that he was "speaking to my fellow Americans of course."

Doctor Strange Director Tells Fans Not to Go See Tenet or Any Other Movie in Theaters

A wedding reception spread coronavirus to 53 people, killing a woman who didn't attend the event

Tags: $, Activism, Celebration, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Film, Film Trivia, Opinion, Safety, Wedding

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23-Aug-2020


Olivia Wilde Tapped To Direct Untitled Female-Centered Marvel Movie At Sony 

 

Sony Pictures is not only growing its slate of its Universe of Marvel Characters but is building on the female characters at the center of it, and looks to have landed one of the sought female directors in Hollywood. Sources tell Deadline that Olivia Wilde has closed a deal to direct and develop a secret Marvel film project revolving around a female character in the universe. While not confirmed, it is expected that the story will be centered on...

Sony had no comment.

Olivia Wilde Tapped To Direct Untitled Female-Centered Marvel Movie At Sony

Tags: ?, Comics, Employment, Film, Film Trivia, Future, Inclusion, Marvel, Women In Charge

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20-Aug-2020


HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic 

 

HBO Max have begun showing a warning before the classic Western spoof Blazing Saddles, alerting viewers to the 1974 film's 'racist language and attitudes' throughout.

'This movie is an overt and audacious spoof on classic Westerns,' Stewart says in the newly added intro.

'It's as provocative today as it was when it premiered back in 1974.'

Richard Pryor initially was up for Little's role, but was turned down for his controversial stand-up material. The comedian, however, stayed on board and contributed to the writing.

The situation is similar to that of Gone With The Wind, which was pulled from HBO Max not long after the streaming service was introduced, due to outcry over its outdated and racist story and themes.

HBO Max puts a trigger warning on Western spoof Blazing Saddles and advises viewers of the 'racist language and attitudes' in the 1974 classic

Tags: Art Deletion, Controversy, Cultural, Education, Entertainment, Film, History, Hollywood, Overreaction, Racial Tension

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14-Aug-2020


Zac Efron to Star in Disney+ Remake of Three Men and a Baby 

 

Zac Efron is all grown up for his latest movie.

The High School Musical actor, 32, is set to star in a remake of the beloved 1987 comedy Three Men and a Baby for Disney+. Disney will be making the film with The Way Back producer Gordon Gray, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Disney+ adaptation will mark the second remake of the French original which inspired the '80s hit film starring Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson as New York bachelors who find themselves caring for an infant through bizarre circumstances.

The Leonard Nimoy-directed comedy was the first live-action Disney film to cross the $100 million mark in the U.S.. It was followed by the sequel Three Men and a Little Lady in 1990.

Zac Efron to Star in Disney+ Remake of Three Men and a Baby

Tags: Celebrity, Film, Remake

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10-Aug-2020


Kindergarten Cop is CANCELED: Schwarzenegger's 1990 comedy is pulled from film festival for 'romanticizing over-policing children' and is compared to Birth Of A Nation 

 

The comedy film Kindergarten Cop has been pulled from a film festival after protesters claimed it glorifies police traumatizing children and compared it to the explicitly racist 1915 silent movie Birth Of A Nation.

Organizers of the NW Film Center in Portland, Oregon announced this week that the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy would be pulled from the lineup and replaced with a documentary celebrating late Rep. John Lewis.

Kindergarten Cop is CANCELED

Tags: Art Deletion, Backlash, Cancellation, Children, Disruption, Education, Entertainment, Film, History, Hollywood, Misrepresentation, Overreaction, Police, Politics, Preference, Racial Tension, Youth

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04-Aug-2020




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