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Filmmaker Laura Nix, director of the 2014 documentary The Yes Men are Revolting, has been named as the second Sundance Institute and Discovery Impact Fellow. The announcement was made at Discovery Channel's 2017 Sundance Film Festival reception.
“Receiving this recognition from these two powerful organizations in the documentary film world is such an honor,” Nix said.
In an attempt to beat their own record for "most comic books characters in one movie" Marvel not only put as many of their MCU roster into CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR as they could, but also a few new additions as well. We got some new heroes (Black Panther and Spider-Man), but also a suit-and-tie guy in the from of Martin Freeman as Everett Ross.
PLOT: A scientist (Robert Redford) is able to prove the existence of the afterlife, a discovery that leads to millions of suicides all over the globe. Years later, his son (Jason Segel) returns home with a mysterious woman (Rooney Mara), and both find themselves drawn into his fathers new project, which promises a glimpse into this newly-confirmed afterlife.
REVIEW: Sundance 2017 may well go down as
EXCLUSIVE: The first big deal on the ground in Sundance is getting close. Three bidders are near 8-figures for The Big Sick, the Michael Showalter-directed film that stars Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, Ray Romano, and Anupam Kher. This has been going on since last night. Word on the street is giving an edge to Amazon Studios, but there are two others still vying.
After years of wondering and waiting we will finally be treated to a sequel to the robot-monster bash flick, PACIFIC RIM. The second film, titled PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING, won’t see a complete return of the full cast, with the main star, Charlie Hunnam, turning in his fancy robot suit for a coat made out of…I wanna say rabbit.