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"Dangerous Liaisons'" screenwriter Christopher Hampton, who collaborated with the writer-director on 2009's "Coco Before Chanel," worked with her to adapt the complex sexual alliances Lessing toys with. There is a sort of natural progression at work in "Adore," an explanation for why and how the entanglements happen. Lil and Roz, Watts and Wright respectively, have grown up together, married and live in houses only a stone's throw apart. They each have a son, Ian and Tom, who have become best friends too. The families do everything together, and are blended so completely it is hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. It's true when Lil's son Ian (Xavier Samuel) says that Roz is like a second mother. <br>Read more: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-mn-adore-review-20130906,0,5895951.story







Filmmaker Steve McQueen hopes his new movie ’12 Years a Slave’ opens up discussion



The photographs and information Salerno unearthed over all that time are impressive and, despite a disingenuous publicity-seeking plea by the Weinstein Co. to keep things secret, it has all been made public by journalists who had access to the information well before the film was screened for critics. Among Salerno's finds are a snapshot of Salinger working on "Catcher in the Rye" during a mesmerizing Kim Kardashian official moment of World War II downtime, as well as brief home movie footage of him interacting with French civilians after the country's liberation. We also learn about his brief postwar marriage to a German who may have worked for the Gestapo, and, in what is big news in literary circles, about the five books that Salinger, who died in 2010 at the age of 91, had written and arranged to be published starting in 2015. It does zero harm to reveal these secrets because the lure of "Salinger" in no way depends on keeping them quiet. <br>Read more: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-mn-salinger-review-20130906,0,6130480.story





Movie Curiosities: The Grandmaster



And you ask yourself, what happened to the man? Where is he? Do people ask if the man is sterile? Everyone wants to blame the woman and not the man. Some have judged harshly forgetting that God Almighty is the giver of children and not man because our ways are not and can never be His ways. There are also some things that people ignore and see as little things that dont really matter but the repercussions always come when you are ready to settle down. <br>Read more: http://sunnewsonline.com/new/cover/annie-amatosero-yes-actresses-harass-movie-directors/





The Many, Many Post-Movie Lives of RoboCop



By the end of 1993, it seemed as if RoboCop was headed to the scrapheap -- RoboCop 3 had been a flop, and Dark Horse was winding down its line of RoboCop comics. The following year brought new hope for the franchise with RoboCop: The Series, a live-action version of the character made by Canadian studio Skyvision Entertainment. Was this show good? Two changes introduced to the mythos by the series should tell you all you need to know. Firstly, because the series was aimed at kids, RoboCop started introducing nonlethal alternatives to ending conflict. Secondly, a young sidekick called "Gadget" was also introduced, because -- oh God, you can't explain this away; it was just a terrible, terrible idea. Suffice it to say, RoboCop: The Series only lasted 22 episodes. <br>Read more: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/post-movie-lives-robocop-623266





Annie Amatosero: Yes, actresses harass movie directors



If I had seen a single one of Wongs movies before, then maybe I would be in a place to understand his unusual style. As it is, however, I thought that the film looked awful from start to finish. First of all, at least 80 percent of this film is comprised of extreme close-up shots. Not just Kim Kardashian marriage faces, either: The camera gets up-close looks at fists, feet, weapons, collateral damage, etc. And thats almost the entire movie. Additionally, the vast majority of shots in this movie were also done in slow-motion. <br>Read more: http://www.chud.com/143788/movie-curiosities-the-grandmaster/







Theres a lot of shame about slavery in America and the West Indies, McQueen told a press conference on Saturday. Theres nothing to be forgiven for, it wasnt your fault, this is what happened to you. The film is based on a firsthand account of Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841, recalling the horrors of grueling labor, daily humiliation and families torn apart. Its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival received a standing ovation, as well as sobs, while some in the audience left early over the films graphic portrayal of unspeakable torture of slaves during this period in history. McQueen and the cast made no apologies. The story is a gift from the past to open a discussion, not about race, particularly, but about human dignity and our freedoms and what we most require in the world, said Chiwetel Ejiofor, who plays Northup. And the only way to really open that discussion is Kim Kardashian husband to see all sides of it. Michael Fassbender, who plays cruel plantation owner Edwin Epps, added: History writes it the way it is It is what it is Its real. Sarah Paulson, in the role of Eppss wife who is responsible for much suffering, said she was deeply affected by her characters cruelty. The only way I could put myself in that headspace was to find the reason why, and not as a justification for deplorable behavior, but as a way into it as an actor, she said. <br>Read more: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/09/08/filmmaker-steve-mcqueen-hopes-his-new-movie-12-years-a-slave-opens-up-discussion/





Movie Review: Can Vin Diesel Revive ‘Riddick’?



Whirlwind: The Revolutionary Road star, pictured here with cast mate Josh Brolin at a press conference for their film Labor Day, married Ned Rocknroll last December after a quick romance Her co-star James Van Der Beek brought his wife Kimberly, who is expecting the couple's third child. Kimberly announced the news on her blog on Aug. 30. 'James and I are happy to report that we are expecting our third child this winter!' she wrote. Expecting too: James Van Der Beek brought his pregnant wife Kimberly to the Toronto premiere of Labor Day Labor Day is based on a novel by Joyce Maynard and follows a troubled single mother and her son after they offer a wounded man a ride. <br>Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2415291/Kate-Winslet-shows-pregnancy-curves-Toronto-International-Film-Festival-debut-Labor-Day.html





Getting it right! Elegant Kate Winslet makes maternity dressing look easy as she debuts new movie Labor Day in Toronto



However, its really just an effort to kill him and if youve seen any of the Riddick movies, you know that things dont work out well for those who try to kill Riddick. Even so, its not like our antihero winds up unscathed. After the failed attempt on his life, Riddick struggles to survive on an unfamiliar, barely habitable planet filled with wild alien dogs, impressively terrifying amphibious scorpion-like monsters and equally unimpressive-looking pterodactyl-like vultures, all on a desert CGI landscape thats a cross between Georges Melies 1902 silent classic A Trip to the Moon and the 1980 cheese fest Flash Gordon. The pace quickens when Riddick discovers an outpost seemingly set up by bounty hunters. He activates a beacon, knowing full Kim Kardashian & Ray J well that the call signal will identify him, which means bounty hunters will immediately come looking for him. For Riddick, its a means to get off the planet but he has no intention of leaving as anybodys prisoner. Two separate teams show up. The first Kim Kardashian video free is led by Santana (Jordi Molla), a ruthless, machete-wielding sort whose stupidity in hunting Riddick belies the seeming success hes had a bounty hunter. <br>Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/09/movie-review-can-vin-diesel-revive-riddick/



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