The great Gus Van Sant is being honored by my hometown film festival, the Palm Springs International Film Festival!
This is great! This year's list of honorees capture the cream of the crop of 2008's best films of the year!
From Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in "Revolutionary Road" to Anne Hathaway in "Rachel Getting Married" to Gus Van Sant, the visionary director behind "Milk," the Palm Springs International Film Festival folks got it right!
Mister Gus is being honored with the Sonny Bono Visionary Award! Academy Award® winner Dustin Hoffman is also being honored with the Chairman’s Award and Academy Award® nominee Alexandre Desplat with the Frederick Loewe Award for Film Composing.
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Brad Pitt returns to the loving arms of director David Fincher in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” The film is their third and best collaboration following “Se7en” and “The Fight Club.” Read More...
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First, we have "BURN AFTER READING." Not the best Coen Brothers' film, but it still entertains!
We also have "THE WOMEN" starring Meg Ryan and Anette Benning. Just a so-so flick that's inferior to the original George Cukor 1939 classic.
And of course, "DEATH RACE" the remake starring Jason Statham. The race scenes are well-shot and choreographed, and Joan Allen is fun to watch! Check my interviews with the cast right here.
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13 years after Sylvester Stallone starred as the judge, jury, and executioner "Judge Dredd," the comic book film is set to return for a sequel!
The news was announced on the official 2000AD website.
But the big question -- Is Stallone going to return?
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As we told you back in March, Michael Bay and company were planning a remake of "Rosemary's Baby."
Well, good news!
According to WENN, the movie producers behind a planned remake of the 1968 horror classic have dropped plans for a new film.
They shouldn't have thought of remaking this film in the first place! Leave the movie alone, and let it be enjoyed in its purest form by future generations!
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