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'Vertigo' beats 'Citizen Kane' in best film poll


"Citizen Kane" has long sat atop many critics' best movies of all time lists. Just like The Beatles for music or "The Great Gatsby" for books, it's become such a top-10-list fixture that it's hard to remember a time when its rank was questioned. Until now. Orson Welles' 1941 classic has topped the Sight & Sound magazine poll for 50 years, but in the latest poll, Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 psychological thriller "Vertigo" took the No. 1 spot.


Whoops! 'Great Gatsby' trailer has giant typo

The first trailer for director Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of “The Great Gatsby” has received both positive and negative reviews, but perhaps the studio should have invested in a copy editor. Looks like someone on the set-design team never learned the "i before e except after c" rule. As pointed out by a reader of Entertainment Weekly, the film trailer misspells the legendary Broadway act "Ziegfeld Follies" as "Zeigfeld" on a billboard marquee surrounded by lights in the middle of Times Square. The mistake is visible twice in the trailer, first speeding by in a series of cuts at the opening, and later towards the end, in a shot that's held longer and makes the error more apparent.


'The Great Gatsby' to Open Dec. 25, 2012, Leonardo DiCaprio's Second Christmas Day Film

DiCaprio starrer 'Django Unlimited,' from director Quentin Tarantino, also set to open Dec. 25, 2012. Warner Bros. announced Friday it will release Baz Luhrmann's Leonardo DiCaprio starrer The Great Gatsby on Dec. 25, 2012 -- the same day DiCaprio's Django Unchained is scheduled to hit theaters.

Senh: It's Leo vs. Leo. Let see's who wins this one. Heh. I'm putting my money on Tarantino.


Leonardo DiCaprio Possibility For Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Great Gatsby’?

Leonardo DiCaprio Possibility For Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Great Gatsby’?

With F. Scott Fitzgerald’s story “The Mysterious Case of Benjamin Button” collecting a trio of Oscars this year, picking up the writer’s best-known work “The Great Gatsby” sounds like a great decision for director Baz Luhrmann. The wildly experimental filmmaker behind “Moulin Rouge!” and “Romeo + Juliet” loves period pieces, so his choice to take [...]


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