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 06 July 2016
The Fourth of July might unfortunately be behind us this year, but the effects of Independence Day: Resurgence will be felt in New Mexico for quite some time. The very, very belated sequel to the 1996 action-packed alien invasion film did wonders for the local economy by producing more than $44 million for the state. The summer blockbuster spen...
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 05 July 2016
Marvel got into the holiday spirit over the 4th of the July by honoring the most patriotic of all superheroes—Captain America. Beginning with Steve Rogers first appearance in "Captain America, Comics #1" in March 1941 when the young Rogers tried to join the American effort against the Axis powers in World War II (as you probably know, Rogers fa...
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 01 July 2016
Thanks to IndieWire, we've got a bit of exciting news about one of 2015's best films (and one of the best action films in years); George Miller actually preferred a black and white version of Mad Max: Fury Road. IndieWire noticed that customers in Germany were able to pre-order a new Mad Max box set, which includes all f...
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 21 June 2016
As the much-anticipated third installment of Marvel’s Captain America franchise hits theaters today, we catch up with directors Anthony and Joe Russo. The brothers discuss how they addressed the challenge of cramming so many of Marvel’s superheroes into Captain America: Civil War, how they subverted the genre by creating a film ...
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 15 June 2015
Director Alan Taylor and writers Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier had a lot to juggle when they went to work on Terminator Genisys. With the four previousTerminator films and their corkscrewing stories, the filmmakers had to find a way to honor the universe the franchise has already built while setting off on their own, singular path. A...
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 03 June 2015
Their story creation process at Pixar is notoriously labor intensive and exacting. The men and women behind these films craft their narratives for years (and years), until they are satisfied they are telling the best version of that story possible. Pete Docter, the director of Pixar’s latest, Inside Out, knows better than anyone what it t...
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 01 June 2015
A chance introduction to Jean-Claude Van Damme in the late ‘80s led to Spy’s stunt coordinator J.J. Perry’s long career in the movies. Perry, who was on the Atlanta set of Ang Lee’s latest film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk when we spoke, has worked on countless films, including Divergent, Tran...
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 08 May 2015
On a warm March day, we took a drive outside of New Orleans to Harahan, Louisiana, and found ourselves, improbably, back in New Orleans. We were standing in a courtyard off of St. Ann street between Bourbon and Royal. Directly in front of us was a large kitchen, and beyond that a high-tech command center where serious investigative work is routi...
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 01 May 2015
You might imagine when you see Avengers: Age of Ultron that nearly everything is CGI. Yet Joss Whedon, when at all possible, wanted practical effects and real sets. Much like JJ Abrams has reportedly done on the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Whedon prefers to build as much of his world “in camera” as he can. What does “in cam...
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 19 December 2014
A hobbit, Teddy Roosevelt reanimated from wax, a bumbling dad, a brilliant, irascible painter, a indefatigable child, and an inveterate gambler walk into a bar. The bartender goes, oh hey, you’re all starring in films this weekend. Terrible jokes aside, we are heading into the home stretch of the holiday season, with a slew of big films set to la...
-  A hobbit, Teddy Roosevelt reanimated from wax, a bumbling dad, a brilliant, irascible painter, a indefatigable child, and an inveterate gambler walk into a bar. The bartender goes, oh hey, you’re all starring in films this weekend. Terrible jokes aside, we are heading into the home stretch of the holiday season, with a slew of big films set to land on Christmas Day (Unbroken, American Sniper,Selma), the very last in a wild year at the cinema. This weekend alone gives you a variety of genres t
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