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    • Quentin Tarantino Calls Uma Thurman 'Biggest Slutt Of My Life'
      It was bad all the way around. Old car, windy dirt road, trees literally two feet off the road in every direction. Beautiful, but probably not the best place to drive 40 when you have never driven there before. You usually do these scenes by towing the car, not asking the actors to drive, because it is hard to act and competently drive at the same time. I am not sure why he set the shot up this way, it was a fucking bad idea all around. If it was the only way to get the shot, and I don't believe that for a second, there should have been more safety equipment and she should have driven it a bunch of times prior to the time she was expected to hit 40.
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    • I like Rambo but I hate Rocky
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      I love Rambo :rockon:

      When i was a kid i always wondered why he would go be the hero if nobody loved him or cared if he died :frown:
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      Whatever the media and the elites push....the opposite is usually true. Freedom is slavery. War is peace. Whytes are the out of control savages.
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    • Posted 02/20/2018 11:01 AM
    • Only a few months ago, before the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, the acclaimed Canadian theatre director Robert Lepage would never have thought twice about a nude scene with an actress.

      But the sexual harassment scandals that have wracked the entertainment industry since the Hollywood mogul's fall have forced the Quebecois master theatre maker to rethink how he works.

      The fact that he was also rehearsing a play, "Quills", inspired by the one of the most notorious sexual predators in history -- the Marquis de Sade, after whom the word "sadism" was coined -- added further fuel for thought.

      Which is how Lepage found himself recently telling a actress during rehearsals, "'Listen, if I do something inappropriate, tell me."

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    • Posted 02/18/2018 02:43 PM
    • As he prepares to reenter the "Star Wars" universe with his upcoming (and still-untitled) Episode IX, "Force Awakens" filmmaker J.J. Abrams is unbothered by the recent backlash to the diversity of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Asked by IndieWire about pushback from "Star Wars" fans who decried Rian Johnson's film for its focus on more female-centric stories (bolstered by the edition of franchise newbies like Laura Dern and Kelly Marie Tran), Abrams was clear: "Their problem isn't 'Star Wars,' their problem is being threatened."

      In December, an alt-right group claimed responsibility for lowering the film's Rotten Tomatoes scores, claiming that its issues with the film partially stemmed from "introducing more female characters into the franchise's universe." As The Telegraph noted at the time, user reviews included comments like "Politically correct to the point of boredom," "SJW propaganda" and "I'm frustrated that feminism and diversity have made their way into this film. This has ruined Star Wars for me as well as my kids. Keep liberalism out of it and stop ruining once good things."

      Abrams was unfazed. "'Star Wars' is a big galaxy, and you can sort of find almost anything you want to in 'Star Wars,'" he said. "If you are someone who feels threatened by women and needs to lash out against them, you can probably find an enemy in 'Star Wars.' You can probably look at the first movie that George [Lucas] did ['Star Wars: A New Hope'] and say that Leia was too outspoken, or she was too tough. Anyone who wants to find a problem with anything can find the problem. The internet seems to be made for that."

      Asked if fan outcry would at all impact his vision for the upcoming film, Abrams was clear. "Not in the least," he said, adding, "There's a lot that I would like to say about it, but I feel like it's a little early to be having the 'Episode IX' conversation ... I will say that the story of Rey and Poe and Finn and Kylo Ren - and if you look, there are three men and one woman, to those that are complaining that there are too many women in 'Star Wars' - their story continues in a way that I couldn't be more excited about and cannot wait for people to see."

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    • Posted 02/17/2018 02:08 PM
    • Filmmaker Ryan Coogler's superhero pic is shattering records in its box-office debut.
      Disney and Marvel Studios' Black Panther has already become the highest-grossing titles in history at 33 AMC Theaters across the country, according to the mega exhibitor.

      Put another way, Black Panther earned more at those cinemas on Thursday evening and Friday - along with advance ticket sales for other times during the weekend - than any other movie has in an entire weekend.

      AMC didn't provide a list of the 33 theaters, nor a precise dollar amount for those cinemas, but noted that there were a record 83 showings on Friday at the AMC Southlake 24 in Atlanta.

      Owned by Chian's Dalian Wanda Group, AMC is the largest movie chain in the world, including in North America, where it operates 244 locations.

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