1. Wednesday, April 16 - News in Review
Chloe Grace-Moretz signs on to star in adaptation of Rick Yancey’s ‘The 5th Wave’. Hopefully it’s not as god-awful and pointless as Carrie.
'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' and 'Beverly Hills Cop 4' are both slated to start shooting later this year.
'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' might be getting renamed to ‘The Hobbit: Into the Fire’.
Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

    Wednesday, April 16 - News in Review

    Chloe Grace-Moretz signs on to star in adaptation of Rick Yancey’s ‘The 5th Wave’. Hopefully it’s not as god-awful and pointless as Carrie.

    'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' and 'Beverly Hills Cop 4' are both slated to start shooting later this year.

    'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' might be getting renamed to ‘The Hobbit: Into the Fire’.

    Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

  2. Firefly, if made by Disney
via Nerd Approved

    Firefly, if made by Disney

    via Nerd Approved

  3. Tuesday, April 15 - News in Review
Channing Tatum takes a meeting to play Gambit in an ‘X-men’ spinoff.
The team behind ‘Step Brothers’ (Will Farrell, John C. Reilly, and Adam McKay) is reuniting for ‘Border Guards’ scripted by ‘Four Lions’ writer Jesse Armstrong
'Top Gun 2' is moving forward, and may feature Maverick vs drones.
'V/H/S' director David Bruckner may helm ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot.
Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

    Tuesday, April 15 - News in Review

    Channing Tatum takes a meeting to play Gambit in an ‘X-men’ spinoff.

    The team behind ‘Step Brothers’ (Will Farrell, John C. Reilly, and Adam McKay) is reuniting for ‘Border Guards’ scripted by ‘Four Lions’ writer Jesse Armstrong

    'Top Gun 2' is moving forward, and may feature Maverick vs drones.

    'V/H/S' director David Bruckner may helm ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot.

    Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

  4. Episode 50: Noah (Pt. 1)

    We’re back with our 50th episode of the Film Parley. This episode we focus on Darren Aronofsky’s somewhat controversial biblical epic ‘Noah.’ (Note: the discussion ran so long, we’re putting the Spoilers section in a separate podcast.)

    In addition to our featured film, we revisit ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ briefly and chat about an upcoming biography on Stefan Zweig, upon whom ‘Budapest’ was based and we discuss a possible Indiana Jones reboot.

    Those topics, plus other movie related tidbits, on this 50th episode of the Film Parley.

    Enjoy!

    Links:

    NPR interview with Stefan Zweig biographer George Protchnik

    The Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer

     

  5. Episode 49: The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Welcome back to the Film Parley. In this 49th episode, and our first of 2014, we discuss some recent news, the ending of Captain America: The First Avenger, the off-base critical reception of Monuments Men and Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

    We also talk about why we’ve been on hiatus, and some changes we’ve decided to make to the show.

    Hope you enjoy, and please send us your feedback on twitter (@FilmParley) or email (tim@filmparley.com).

  6. Ring light portraits by Mark Mann

    Some groovy ring light portraits of some groovy men, by Mark Mann.  

  7. What do Frozen and American Hustle have in common?

    Mondo is selling posters for both tomorrow. Follow mondonews for the sale announcement at a random time tomorrow, March 18.

  8. First trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

  9. New Annie trailer

    Annnnnnnnnnd Cameron Diaz looks awful as Ms. Hannigan. And not like in the way Hannigan should look awful. Awful as in uninspired, and terrible.

    But who’s surprised? 

    Other than that, the trailer looks alright. Though I expected something a bit more stylized.

    Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

  10. New Soderbergh series on Cinemax

    Well, great. Now I have to subscribe to Cinemax. 

  11. Classic horror film posters

    Or rather, some really cool posters for classic horror films.

  12. Godzilla trailer

    Looks like Gareth Edwards has upped the stakes and tapped into the current hunger for apocalypses that send humanity back to being hunter-gatherers.

    Dig.

  13. 1860s style portraits by Victoria Will for Esquire

    Elle Fanning, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Shannon, David Cross, and Nick Cave.

    Tintypes by Victoria Will. See the whole series over at Esquire.

    Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

  14. Ready yourself for ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ with new website

    Ahead of Wes Anderson’s upcoming ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, Fox Searchlight has launched a charming interactive website where users can learn more about the history of the titular hotel and the nation, Zubrowka, in which it resides.

    Really quite a fun time.

    Also: we have a podcast. Check it out sometime.

  15. via skunkandburningtires: For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

    (Source: alicecomedies, via skunkandburningtires)