ArtsBeat: Video Reviews of ‘Jupiter Ascending,’ ‘The Voices’ and ‘Ballet 422’ Video Reviews of ‘Jupiter Ascending,’ ‘The Voices’ and ‘Ballet 422’ The Times’s critics offer their takes on the week in film. In this week’s video, Times critics share their thoughts on “Jupiter Ascending,” “The Voices” and ... 02/6/2015 - 3:25 am | View Link
Counting Death in the Movies In last week’s Riff, Alexander Huls bemoans the death of death in Hollywood ... For characters that die and stay dead, the website Movie Body Counts keeps track of deaths in movies, not including those you can’t count directly. The FAQ page is clear ... 04/22/2014 - 5:31 am | View Link
Gold Bars This week’s puzzle was created at the Unsolved K-12 Conference, a recent event focused on identifying 13 unsolved problems in mathematics (one problem for each grade) that could be used to spur creative thinking and collaboration in elementary school ... 11/25/2013 - 7:00 am | View Link
Gulp! The Quiz Take this quiz, based on the new book “Gulp!” by Mary Roach, excerpted in this week’s Science Times, to find out how intimately you know your innards. 03/25/2013 - 1:59 pm | View Link
ADAA Announces Aid Program for Galleries Damaged By Sandy The Art Dealers Association has started an aid program for art galleries and organizations that have been hardest hit by last week’s hurricane. According to The New York Times‘ ArtsBeat blog, “it will provide grants and loans to galleries in Zone A ... 11/5/2012 - 9:54 pm | View Link
Culture and the Arts The ArtsBeat blog is devoted to culture news and reviews, and to the work and interests of the reporters and critics of The Times’s culture department and the Book ... 05/24/2015 - 11:22 pm | View Website
Movies CANNES, France — The director Abel Ferrara made headlines in March when he publicly objected to a revised edit of “Welcome to New York,” his fictional take on ... 05/24/2015 - 3:41 am | View Website
The second season of The CW's "Arrow" saw a super brief and unnamed appearance from iconic DC Comics villainess Harley Quinn. Shot only from the back, it was a single joke bit that many hoped would be the precursor to something more. With the third season of the show now over, it seemed like we wouldn't see Harley again in the series.
When Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" film switched out beloved British filmmaker Edgar Wright with American director Peyton Reed at the helm, there was plenty of people quite upset about the change at first - one of them being cast member Evangeline Lilly.
Lilly came onboard the project in the role of Hope Van Dyne when Wright was involved.
Back in October came news that Warner Bros. Pictures and their new digital production branch Blue Ribbon Content were developing a live-action web series based on the DC Comics title "Static Shock".
In the comics, Static (aka Virgil Ovid Hawkins) is a high school student who gains a variety of electromagnetic powers and becomes a costumed crusader against crime.
Confusing titlebut what I am looking for is a scene or line like the end of Inglorious Basterds when Aldo says "this may be my masterpiece" it is Tarantino expressing his opinion directly to the audience. What other movies have a similar scene? submitted by SomeGuyWhoHatesYou [link] [5 comments]