“Manners. Maketh. Man.” The latest trailer for the Kingsman sequel teases even more action and gizmos, like a high tech lasso and a suitcase grenade launcher. Fox also released a short cartoon showing Archer invading the Kingsman office.
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(PG-13: Language) James Franco stars and directs in this well–received comedy. It’s about Tommy Wiseau and his film The Room, a movie so bad that it broke the scale and has become a cult classic. Based on the eponymous memoir co-authored by The Room actor Greg Sestero.
“There is such a thing as a tesseract.” A girl and her new friends must confront evil itself to save her father in this adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic fantasy novel. Starring Oprah Winfrey, Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling. Premieres 3/9/18.
Now You See It reminds us that the clothing of characters in movies are meticulously chosen or made, and not just in superhero or fantasy films. From blending in with the setting to reflecting a character’s story, costumes offer viewers many clues to better understand a film.
“The mysterious thing about telling stories is that it ends up changing you.” Lessons from the Screenplay relays how co-director Pete Docter and the rest of the story team for Inside Out got stuck in a rut, and how they eventually figured out how the movie would play out.
Filmmaker IQ answers a ton of questions with this highly informative video that defines most of the roles that are listed in a movie’s credits. The video explains every position from producers to assistant directors to gaffers, key grips, ADR editors, and even crafties.
(PG-13: Language) No Small Parts creator Brandon Hardesty has a spinoff of his fantastic film essays. In It Wasn’t That Bad, he looks at box office flops and critically panned movies with the same well-researched analysis that we’ve come to enjoy. First off, Drop Dead Fred.
“The fact is, a place like this… forces us to become warriors or victims.” Nicolaj Coster-Waldau plays a businessman who gets sucked into a life of crime when he’s imprisoned for accidentally killing his friend. It’s like Breaking Bad condensed down to 2 hours. Premieres 8/18/17.