Monthly Archives: February 2017

Gerald Hirschfeld, Cinematographer on ‘Young Frankenstein’ And ‘Fail-Safe,’ Dies At 95

Gerald Hirschfeld, the veteran cinematographer who shot the films Fail-Safe and Young Frankenstein in beautiful black and white, died Feb. 13 of natural causes at his home in Ashland, Ore., a family

‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ Trailer Delivers A Powerful Look At A Tough Monarch (VIDEO)

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword shows that at first, Charlie Hunnam is reluctant would-be king.  The stylized take on the story is directed by Guy Ritchie, with Hunnam playing the monarch. The film also stars Jude

CPAC Didn’t Mind Inviting White Supremacist Milo Yiannopoulos, But Pro-Pedophilia Stance Is A Bridge Too Far?

Religious people, especially in the South, but not only in the US South all are accepting of racists.  Finally however, the religicos are finding pedophilia to be as despicable as the rest

Box Office: ‘Lego Batman’ Wins Slowest Presidents Day Weekend In 4 Years

Perhaps it was because most Americans took to the streets all weekend to protest the racist, rapist conman in the White House.  But it was an anemic weekend at the box office

‘The Bold And The Beautiful’ On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Ivy Plans To Blow Ridge And Quinn’s Secret, Bill Plots To Stop Spectra

Coming up on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful” on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, Ivy feels compelled to disclose an important piece of information to Brooke before she walks down the aisle

China Box Office: ‘xXx’ Wins Second Weekend, Beating ‘La La Land,’ ‘Sing’

Vin Diesel’s xXx: The Return of Xander Cage muscled aside the musical competition in its second weekend, pulling in $26.5 million to easily beat newcomers La La Land and Sing.  The second

Box Office Report: ‘Lego Batman Movie’ Dominates Box Office For Second Weekend

Everything continues going gangbusters for Warner Bros.’ “The Lego Batman Movie,”  pacing to earn a heaping $44 million for the four-day holiday weekend.  Director Chris McKay’s stop-motion animation parody of The Dark

‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Remains At The Top Of International Box Office With $43.7 Million

Universal’s erotic sequel “Fifty Shades Darker” has scored its second consecutive win at the international box office with $43.7 million in 59 territories.  “Fifty Shades Darker” declined 52 percent from its opening weekend

‘Star Trek Beyond,’ ‘Suicide Squad,’ “La La Land,” “Westworld,” “Game of Thrones” And “American Horror Story: Roanoke”

“Nocturnal Animals,” “La La Land,” “Suicide Squad,” “Hail, Caesar!” and “Star Trek Beyond” all earned trophies from the Make-Up and Hair Stylings Guild at the org’s fourth annual awards ceremony. “Westworld,” “Dancing

‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Tops Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards, ‘Westworld,’ ‘The Night Of’, Complete Winners List

“Hacksaw Ridge” was the big winner on Sunday night at the Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards, winning two feature-film awards, including the category that most closely corresponds to the Oscar