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Behind-the-scenes footage from the set of ‘SPECTRE’ [VIDEO]

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Director Sam Mendes discusses his upcoming James Bond installment Spectre. He speaks about why he decided to direct another Bond as well as tying in the supporting characters of M, Miss Monepenny and Q into the storyline of the new film which includes Daniel Craig as James Bond, Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny and Ben Whishaw …

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What’s it like to cast Bill Murray in your film?

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In a recent interview in USA Today Theodore Melfi told this story about what it was like to cast Bill Murray in his film St. Vincent. The 1-800 number is real! Enjoy! “Oh god, that story’s so crazy,” says Melfi, laughing. “The nuts and bolts is (Murray) has no agent and manager, as everyone knows. You just call the 1-800 …

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2015 Academy Award Winners!

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Here is the list of winners and nominees for 2015 Oscars… Best Picture Winner: Birdman — Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole American Sniper —Clint Eastwood, Robert Lorenz, Andrew Lazar, Bradley Cooper and Peter Morgan Boyhood —  Richard and Cathleen Sutherland The Grand Budapest Hotel — Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson The Imitation Game — Nora Grossman, Ido Ostrowsky and Teddy Schwarzman …

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CBS’s “Two and a Half Men” comes to a close.

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The series finale for Two and a Half Men aired in CBS last night. the following is an interview by Variety with series creator Chuck Lorre about the final installment. From Variety: Variety: Now that the finale has aired, how do you feel? Chuck Lorre: I’m pretty excited. I’ve been told my (ChuckLorre.com) website crashed so that’s pretty good news. …

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Screenplays for “American Sniper” and “Inherent Vice” Now Available!

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Warner Brothers has just released the final two Oscar-nominated screenplays for American Sniper and Inherent Vice. American Sniper By Jason Hall, based on the book by Chris Kyle ans Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice Inherent Vice by Paul Thomas Anderson, based on the book by Thomas Pynchon   Here are the other previously released Oscar nominated screenplays that are available …

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Blackmagic Design Announces New Intensity Pro 4K Capture Card!

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The Intensity Pro 4K Capture Card is a newly designed super fast PCIe card that allows you to capture and playback SD, HD and Ultra HD video on Windows, Mac and Linux PCI Express computers If you’re a gamer who wants to record high quality UHD video of their gameplay? If you’re  someone who has a lot of archival footage …

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Terry Gilliam Animated Film “Storytime” Before Monty Python [Video]

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Terry Gilliam is today known as a gifted filmmaker, animator and storyteller as well as being a member of the creatively hilarious and witty ‘Monty Python’ comedy troupe. In the beginning of his collaboration with the Pythons, Gilliam was initially credited as an animator before becoming a fully fledged member. His animations provided a visual segue between many of the …

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Martin Scorsese and the Art of Silence (Video)

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Martin Scorsese is one of out most prolific modern filmmakers. This video presented by Every Frame A Painting and edited and narrated by Tony Zhou showcases his powerful and deliberate use of silence in his films. Because sometimes its not about what you say as much as what you don’t say!