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Tag Archives: movie
Steven Spielberg’s epic movie “Lincoln” focuses on the final few months of the President’s life as he struggles to try and heal a nation turn asunder by civil war. The list of actors who appear in the film is a … Continue reading
While some scenes from each of the four previous Pirates of the Caribbean movies may have been shot in the actual Caribbean, the vast majority of location shots took place in Hawaii. A local news report says that will change … Continue reading
Yet another lost scene from Marvel’s The Avengers has surfaced. This one a came from an earlier cut of the movie where Steve Rogers (aka Captain America) was the emotional core of the movie. So naturally there were some long … Continue reading
I’m so impressed with Daniel Day-Lewis as an actor. The man is known for his total transformations into the person he is portraying. As you can see by this newly released movie poster below, and the previous image released, Day-Lewis … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of director Gary Ross’ work since his directorial debut in Pleasantville (about a brother and sister transported to a television world of black and white and a powerful metaphor for discrimination in America). Ross started out … Continue reading