'The Huntsman: Winter's War': On reflection, there's little new here - Japan Times ... writers all clutching at the short strings, and a director who is the ... This confirms what I’ve suspected all along: The Wicked Queen has ... 05/25/2016 - 5:22 am | View Link
Batman V. Superman Teaser For The Teaser Trailer To Be [...] The trailer for Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice is one of the most anticipated movie trailers of all time, so there’s no way that Warner Bros. is going to unleash it without quite a bit of teasing. There have been multiple rumors that Warner Bros. is ... 11/9/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
Zack Snyder Confirms New MAN OF STEEL Trailer on THE HOBBIT; Discusses Michael Shannon’s Serious Take on Zod Man of Steel director Zack Snyder has now confirmed previous reports that a new trailer for the Superman reboot will be attached to The Hobbit when it hits theaters next month, adding that he’s eager to share the “crazy” new trailer with fans. 11/20/2012 - 10:19 am | View Link
Zack Snyder Confirms Man of Steel Trailer with The Hobbit Earlier today, director James Mangold said there wouldn’t be a trailer for The Wolverine yet, but now director Zack Snyder says there WILL be a trailer for the Superman movie (via MTV). “It’s fun. I can’t wait for ‘The Hobbit,’ so it will be ... 11/19/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Peter Jackson Confirms ‘Hobbit’ Will Be Split Into 3 Movies "Lord of the Rings" director announces on Facebook that there's enough story to warrant three "Hobbit" films "The Hobbit" will become a trilogy, director Peter Jackson announced Monday on Facebook. The move had been rumored last week, but the "Lord of the ... 07/30/2012 - 5:53 am | View Link
'The Hobbit' to be a trilogy, director Peter Jackson confirms Jackson says in a statement that a lot of J.R.R. Tolkien's tale of Bilbo Baggins would remain untold if a third film wasn't made. The films are set in the fictional world of Middle-earth 60 years before "The Lord of the Rings." "We recognized that the ... 07/30/2012 - 4:57 am | View Link
'The Hobbit' to be a trilogy, director Peter Jackson confirms Martin Freeman in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,' the first in director Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tokien's 'Lord of the Rings ... 07/30/2012 - 11:50 am | View Website
Peter Jackson Confirms 'Hobbit' Will Be Split Into 3 Movies "Lord of the Rings" director announces on Facebook that there's enough story to warrant three "Hobbit" films "The Hobbit" will become a trilogy, director Peter ... 07/30/2012 - 12:47 pm | View Website
Peter Jackson Confirms 'Hobbit' Will Be Split Into 3 Movies "The Hobbit" will become a trilogy, director Peter Jackson announced Monday on Facebook. The move had been rumored last week, but the "Lord of the Rings" auteur ... 07/29/2012 - 7:58 pm | View Website
The Hobbit (film series) The director later stated that he thought Ian McShane "would make the most perfect dwarf". ... The music of The Hobbit film series was composed, ... 05/23/2016 - 11:51 am | View Website
Peter Jackson Confirms The Hobbit Will Be A Trilogy | News ... Director Peter Jackson has revealed that he is turning the highly-anticipated The Hobbit movie into a trilogy. The Lord of the Rings filmmaker wrapped an epic 266-day ... 07/29/2012 - 7:58 pm | View Website
Mendes bows out of Bond films, hopes for new directionSam Mendes is finished with James Bond. The acclaimed British director of "Skyfall" and "Spectre" said Saturday he will not direct the next installment in the popular spy series.
The first job of any remake is to justify itself.
Why do we need a new version of Roots, the beloved 1977 ABC mini-series whose finale more than 100 million people watched and whose most recent rerun - in high-definition on TV One - was only last fall?
When playwright Sarah Ruhl was envisioning the structure of the piece, as she recounts in an interview in the show’s program, she “knew that it began with a hospital scene when the show’s patriarch is dying” and also “that it would end in Neverland.”
“For Peter Pan” is the theater’s fifth Ruhl production, the most notable of which was the world premiere of “In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play),” which was also directed by Waters and went on to Broadway, garnering nominations for both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Awards.
The show begins in front of the stage curtains with a brief reminiscence from the aging Ann (Tony nominee Kathleen Chalfant) about playing Peter Pan in a children’s theater in Davenport, Iowa — “I wasn’t ever scared to fly in a theater,” she recalls with delight — before cutting to one of the least magical, the least aloft scenes imaginable:
Ann and her four siblings (David Chandler, Ellen McLaughlin, Keith Reddin and Charles Shaw Robinson, all nuanced and at times superb with lackluster material) gathered around the hospital bed of their unconscious father.
Here, Waters adheres to the actual rhythms of waiting for someone to die — characters drift about the stage, silences sprawl — which should be anathema to live performance, particularly when you haven’t yet been given enough plot to care about the dying or his survivors.
 there are rewards to settling into the unusual pace; Ruhl is a master of dialogue, and five distinct, fleshed-out personalities quickly emerge from spare, idle chat about crossword puzzles and football games.
At one point, a sibling actually says, “Let’s fight,” presumably because the ensuing political discussion (too tame to be called an argument) feels so tired and pointless that the only way into the exchange is for someone to announce what’s about to happen.
Entertainment WeeklyOutlander recap: 'The Fox's Lair'Entertainment WeeklyYou know what they say: Into each drama, some rain must fall. And such was the case — both literally and figuratively — for this week's Outlander episode, “The Fox's Lair.” Literally because, well, we're back in Scotland and that's just what happens