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John Wick 3 Is Bloated, Pretentious, and Too Stylish for Its Own Good The movie should by rights be a “Wow!” But it feels self-conscious, with long waits between its few dazzling fights.
The Matrix Built Our Reality-Denying World It gave all of us — including Alex Jones, flat-earthers, lizard-people conspiracists, even Rachel Maddow — a new way to see (or not see) everything.
Last Flag Flying Is Hard to Endure — But Worth It It’s in the uncertainties and dissonances of the film that Richard Linklater’s humanism really expresses itself.
The New Roots Is More Scathing and Pulls Fewer Punches The updated mini-series is more passionate, more sweeping, considerably angrier, and more disgusted by the physical and moral atrocities it depicts.
Laurence Fishburne to Play Alex Haley in Roots Remake The remake will be a “contemporary version” of Haley’s novel.
Hannibal Recap: You Were Curious, Too Betrayal and forgiveness are best seen as something akin to falling in love.
Samuel L. Jackson Puts News Anchor in His Place “We may be black and famous, but we don’t all look alike!”
ABC Orders Laurence Fishburne-Produced Comedy Pilot Starring Anthony […] It’s a good day for Cowboy Curtis fans. Deadline reports that ABC has ordered a pilot produced by Laurence Fishburne’s Cinema Gypsy Productions […]
Laurence Fishburne in Talks for Hannibal The TV show spinoff of the famed cannibal character.
Watch: Predators Sneak Peek Unveiled at SXSW Producer Robert Rodriguez: “You can’t compete with Arnold Schwarzenegger.”
Tom Arnold Yells at 19-Year-Old Boys Online Also: Michael Apted + User Generated Content = Democracy!
Eli Roth Is a ‘Bastard’ Plus: Laurence Fishburne is going to have to learn how to use the ‘CSI’ semen lamp.
Mark Ruffalo and Amy Adams to Grouse in Noah Baumbach’s Latest Plus, Sigourney Weaver makes the long-dreaded move to Lifetime Original Movie territory.
‘Cloverfield 2’ Is Coming; Dramamine Stocks Soar Plus industry news on Laurence Fishburne, Katherine Heigl, and Kanye West.
Spike Lee to Attend Theater for First Time in Years Spike Lee will direct a re-mounting of World War II comedy-drama-mystery Stalag 17 on Broadway, produced by play’s original producer, Michael Abbott. Lee has never directed for the stage and, according to the NYT, can’t remember the last play he attended.