Father-son directors Jason and Ivan Reitman, right, pose for a portrait at the Hook & Ladder Company 8 Firehouse in New York City. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times) As a filmmaker, Ivan Reitman has built an extremely successful career based on laughs with comedies like “Meatballs”, “Stripes”, “Twins” andRead More →

Filmmakers Erik (left) and Newington brothers Carson Bloomquist produce everything from romantic comedies to horror films, all in Connecticut. David Apuzzo Let other filmmakers seek their fame and fortune in New York or Los Angeles. Erik and Carson Bloomquist, brothers who grew up in Newington, are shooting their movies inRead More →

Andrew Jones auction will present an exceptional auction on October 10e: “The Lady Victoria White Collection” from Beverly Hills, CA. The collection is best described as “English country house meets Californian chic”. Lady White lived in Beverly Hills for many years and established a home and style that reflected inspirationsRead More →

Los Angeles-In the late 90s, actor, filmmaker and activist Edward James Olmos co-founded the Los Angeles Latin American International Film Festival. “I have been very fortunate to work in schools, libraries, community centers, hospitals and youth detention centers,” said Ormos, who has been deeply committed to reaching young learners forRead More →

Here is the press release: Los Angeles – September 24, 2021 – Released in October 1971, Frank Zappa’s “200 Motels” was a miraculous feat, a cinematic collision of the kaleidoscopic musical and visual worlds of the revered musician and songwriter who reunited Zappa and his band, The Mothers, Ringo StarrRead More →

In a cinematic landscape where everything is a franchise, it’s infuriating that we’re not yet on our fifth or sixth Easy Rawlins movie. 1995 director Carl Franklin’s mysteriously underrated “Devil in the Blue Dress” stars Denzel Washington as the private eye of Walter Mosley’s marvelous detective novels, slyly avoiding corruptRead More →

LOS ANGELES, CA, United States, September 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – While underachievers do exist, the idea of ​​overtaking is just a pipe dream; a myth that many have come to terms with for several personal reasons. Whereas indeed, the idea of ​​overperformance is the reality of someone’s underperformance and theRead More →

Los Angeles-In the late 90s, actor, filmmaker and activist Edward James Olmos co-founded the Los Angeles Latin American International Film Festival. “I have been very fortunate to work in schools, libraries, community centers, hospitals and youth detention centers,” said Ormos, who has been deeply committed to reaching young learners forRead More →

Dr Shawn Kildea, Chairman of the Film and Television Department, wants to bring more productions like this to Rider. “Our department is fully committed to providing our students with more engaged learning opportunities such as Star Watcher project, ”he says.“ We will be working aggressively to bring professional film andRead More →

Includes original score by Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi Includes the original song and music video released today: “Save My Love” by Lonr. (With Amber Mark) LOS ANGELES, August 06, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – WaterTower Music has announced the August 20 release of the Warner Bros. action thriller soundtrack. PicturesRead More →

It’ll be a box office jungle this weekend, as one of Hollywood’s main lions takes on some formidable foes from the animal kingdom. Brad Pitt’s new baseball drama, “Moneyball”, will battle for first place against last weekend’s surprise winner, the 3D version of “The Lion King” and a new familyRead More →

Tyler Perry will water an elephant at the box office this weekend. “Madea’s Big Happy Family,” the prolific filmmaker-writer-actor’s latest release, is expected to gross around $30 million, according to people who have seen the audience polls ahead of the release. “Water for Elephants,” a romantic drama based on SaraRead More →

“Battle: Los Angeles” is expected to eliminate box office competition this weekend, leaving “Mars Needs Moms” searching for any sign of life. Sony Pictures’ “Battle,” an alien invasion story starring Aaron Eckhart, is expected to open with domestic ticket sales of $ 30-35 million, according to people who saw audienceRead More →