Should Angelina Jolie Really Play Cleopatra? If this sounds like a familiar story, it’s probably because you heard it a few years ago. Before the infamous “Sony Hack” incident, Angelina Jolie was firmly attached to a “Cleopatra” project to be produced by Scott Rudin. However, disputes over the script and who would direct held the … Continue reading Should Angelina Jolie Really Play Cleopatra?
Starz has picked up Sophie Goodhart’s romantic comedy, “My Blind Brother,” which premiered at South by Southwest Film Festival and also played at Tribeca Film Festival, Variety reports. The magazine says that the acquisition “will likely be the biggest sale out of this year’s South by Southwest” and is estimated to be in the low seven-figure range. The comedy was reportedly … Continue reading Starz Wins Bidding War for Distribution of Romantic Comedy “My Blind Brother”
Helen Highly Recommends “My Blind Brother” as One of the Best of Tribeca 2016 Droll “My Blind Brother” Premiered at SXSW and Cracks Up Tribeca 2016 “I’m a superficial narcissist” “I’m lazy and judgmental.” This is how the two romantic leads in the new romantic comedy, “My Blind Brother,” introduce themselves to each other, and … Continue reading “My Blind Brother” Review: A Shrewd Romantic Comedy at Tribeca
“Untouchable” Documentary Doesn’t Go Far Enough & Ron Book is A Monster Yet to Be Slayed, According to OnceFallen.com I recently posted an interview with “Untouchable” director David Feige, and in the process, I saw an online comment about the film, posted by Derek W. Logue, founder of the Sex Offender Advocacy Site OnceFallen.com — a … Continue reading Ron Book is Monster Yet to Be Slayed, Despite Revealing “Untouchable” Documentary
Helen, Highly Alarmed by the Shocking Revelations in “Untouchable,” Interviews the Documentary Director and Editor. Ricocheting from the halls of power to the cardboard homes of a marginalized pariah people, “Untouchable” is an enlightening documentary that defies expectations and challenges assumptions to argue for a new understanding of how we think about and legislate sexual abuse. David … Continue reading “Untouchable” Documentary Interview w/ Director David Feige and Editor Jay Sterrenberg
Phoenix Comic Con 2015 It’s difficult to define what the modern geek is. In the past the geek, or those that could be defined as such, were fringe characters. The preoccupations and passions of the geeky, nerdy sorts of people did not seep into the mainstream, and many of those who indulge in the nerdy … Continue reading Adventures at Phoenix Comic Con 2015
Wonder Woman’s Evolution Through The Ages With the long awaited Batman vs. Superman coming out in theaters soon it’s easy to forget the film also gives us our first big screen look at a certain special Amazon warrior. Unfortunately, “Batman vs. Superman vs. Wonder Woman” isn’t the catchiest of titles. Now that, Princess Diana finally getting her modern big … Continue reading Wonder Woman’s Evolution Through The Ages
Why Watch a Movie When You Can Play It? Movies are one of the most popular forms of entertainment. They are watched every day by millions of people all over the the world who want to experience an engaging and fun story that are often based on books, comics and even video games. Sometimes, the adaption can … Continue reading Movies and The Video Games They Inspire