Image: Yann Coatsaliou/AFP/Getty Images By Chloe Bryan2017-10-14 20:45:14 UTC Harvey’s out; will Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski be the next to go? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted to revoke the lifetime membership of Harvey Weinstein in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations — immediately prompting questions about whether Cosby andRead More
[embedded content] Blissful folks thinking they’d enjoy a casually murder clown-free Monday morning were in for a rude awakening today. Red balloons popped (sorry) up in Sydney’s CBD, as part of a widespread and undeniably budget-conscious marketing campaign for the release of Stephen King novel turned movie It this Thursday. Apparently all you need isRead More
Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies is the latest project from artist Andrew DeGraff and is available for pre-order now. DeGraff has illustrated for The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Slate, and many other publications, and in 2015 compiled a book of painted maps inspired by famous novels titled Plotted: A Literary Atlas.
Director Justin Chon’s new award-winning Sundance film Gook is hit theaters nationwide on August 18th. The film takes place during the time of the Rodney King riots in LA and tells the story of how people within the black and Korean communities were affected.
Mp>Korean brothers Eli (played by Chon himself) and DanielRead More
[embedded content] If you’re planning to sleep tonight, you might not want to click play on the trailer above. Because that right there is the trailer for the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s It – and it’s freakin’ terrifying. Andrés Muschietti directs the new It, starring Bill Skarsgård (Hemlock Grove) as the new Pennywise theRead More