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Being in Mike Tyson’s bad books is a dangerous situation for any man alive. Hollywood actor Brad Pitt made the list when the former heavyweight boxer caught him in bed with his ex-wife Robin Givens.

Mike Tyson, while making an appearance on In Depth With Graham Bensinger, spoke about the time he caught Pitt in bed with his ex-wife. According to Tyson, although divorce proceedings between him and his then-wife were already in motion, he’d still go to Givens’ place every night to sleep with her.

On one such occasion, Tyson claimed Brad Pitt beat him to the punch as he entered Givens’ house to find her in bed with the actor. ‘Iron Mike’ said he was “mad as hell’ and was about to hit the Hollywood superstar. He further revealed that Pitt’s face turned pale in fear when he saw the boxer.

“I was mad as hell! I was going to…you should have seen his face when he saw me. I was due a divorce but every day I would go to her house to have sex with her. This particular day, someone beat me to the punch. I guess Brad Pitt got there earlier than I did,” Mike Tyson said.

Robin Givens has denied all allegations and maintains that Tyson never caught her in bed with Pitt.


How Mike Tyson’s marriage with Robin Givens fell apart

Mike Tyson started dating Robin Givens in 1987. The couple got married on February 7, 1988. Their tumultuous marriage came to an end in 1989. The heavyweight boxer reportedly paid Givens $10 million as part of the divorce settlement. Givens accused Tyson of torturing and physically abusing her.

In an interview with Barbara Walters in 1988, Givens described living with Mike Tyson, saying:

“Torture, pure hell, worse than anything I could possibly imagine.”

Tyson is currently married to Lakiha Spicer and has two kids – a daughter named Milan and a son named Morocco.

Tyson met Spencer in 2000 when she was just 18. After dating for many years, the couple tied the knot in 2009.


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Being in Mike Tyson’s bad books is a dangerous situation for any man alive. Hollywood actor Brad Pitt made the list when the former heavyweight boxer caught him in bed with his ex-wife Robin Givens.

Mike Tyson, while making an appearance on In Depth With Graham Bensinger, spoke about the time he caught Pitt in bed with his ex-wife. According to Tyson, although divorce proceedings between him and his then-wife were already in motion, he’d still go to Givens’ place every night to sleep with her.

On one such occasion, Tyson claimed Brad Pitt beat him to the punch as he entered Givens’ house to find her in bed with the actor. ‘Iron Mike’ said he was “mad as hell’ and was about to hit the Hollywood superstar. He further revealed that Pitt’s face turned pale in fear when he saw the boxer.

“I was mad as hell! I was going to…you should have seen his face when he saw me. I was due a divorce but every day I would go to her house to have sex with her. This particular day, someone beat me to the punch. I guess Brad Pitt got there earlier than I did,” Mike Tyson said.

Robin Givens has denied all allegations and maintains that Tyson never caught her in bed with Pitt.


How Mike Tyson’s marriage with Robin Givens fell apart

Mike Tyson started dating Robin Givens in 1987. The couple got married on February 7, 1988. Their tumultuous marriage came to an end in 1989. The heavyweight boxer reportedly paid Givens $10 million as part of the divorce settlement. Givens accused Tyson of torturing and physically abusing her.

In an interview with Barbara Walters in 1988, Givens described living with Mike Tyson, saying:

“Torture, pure hell, worse than anything I could possibly imagine.”

Tyson is currently married to Lakiha Spicer and has two kids – a daughter named Milan and a son named Morocco.

Tyson met Spencer in 2000 when she was just 18. After dating for many years, the couple tied the knot in 2009.


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Did Mike Tyson catch Brad Pitt with his now ex-wife Robin Givens?

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It’s hard to imagine a situation that would make Nneka Ogwumike nervous.

This is the Nneka Ogwumike who led an opt out of the collective bargaining agreement between the WNBA and the players’ association to “bet on women”. The same president of the WNBPA who then helped to negotiate a landmark deal that set a new standard for what female athletes can and should expect, and then went on Good Morning America to break the news herself.

This the Nneka Ogwumike who had the ball in her hands with the Sparks down one in Game 5 of the 2016 WNBA Finals, facing the towering presence of Sylvia Fowles and finishing over her to deliver the franchise its third title and first in 14 years.

As her teammate Brittney Sykes put it, “Nneka shows you what balance and discipline looks like…. She walks with such grace, she walks with such discipline.”

And yet, to be part of “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” Ogwumike willingly put herself in a position that didn’t make just her — and the stone-cold Diana Taurasi — nervous; it made her uncomfortable. Ogwumike said that she and Taurasi, both members of the Goon Squad along with Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, and Damian Lillard, were constantly wary of messing up their lines and not appearing like neophytes among their counterparts, who were more familiar being in front of the camera.

So why would Ogwumike consent to be in such an unnatural environment?

For one, it’s “Space Jam.” Ogwumike grew up watching the movie with her sisters, listening back to the soundtrack, not even realizing the impact it was having on her in real time. When her agent told her she was going to be in the new version, her answer was simply, “Say less”.

It was also a matter of personal growth. Ogwumike says, “acting was not easy, but I loved the challenge”. Think about all the accolades Ogwumike has in her basketball career: she’s been a No. 1 pick, a rookie of the year, an All-Star, an MVP, a WNBA champion, and a two-time World Cup gold medalist. She sets goals, and she meets them. Finding a way to challenge herself off the court, even if that task was navigating her movements in CGI, is all part of the process of continuing to grow.

“Nothing grows in a comfort zone really, and acting in that movie was just kind of like a microcosm of that experience in my life,” Ogwumike said. “You can’t care about what other people are saying, do things to the best of your ability, leave people remembering how you treated them, walk in grace… That’s kind of everything that I felt when I was shooting the movie.”

But the main reason why it was important for Ogwumike to be a part of this project is because of what it means to have female representation in this specific movie.

The original “Space Jam” had five NBA players on the Monstars. The updated Goon Squad has two WNBA players and three NBA players, and the women are the only MVPs.

“It’s huge, especially in the time that we’re in, you know we’re experiencing a time in which women’s basketball is catching fire, it’s really igniting,” Ogwumike said. “And so for that representation to be in there, it’s a testament to the time that we’re in, it’s a testament to a new legacy, it’s a testament to I think LeBron, and Warner Brothers’ awareness on what’s important, and having that representation was important.

“Obviously to have 2 WNBA players shows you the growth in the game, it shows you the growth in films,” Sykes said. “It’s always male athletes in videos and movies, but now we’re starting to see more women… it will be dope to show little girls.”

Ogwumike hosted a screening of the new film for youth from Brotherhood Crusade, a charitable organization that describes itself as having “a vision of improving quality of life and meeting the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented, and disenfranchised individuals.”

And even though the kids had tons of questions about LeBron James afterwards, they were also excited to meet the star who — spoiler alert — gets to dunk on James in the film. Sure, it happens when she’s in her Arachnneka form, but it’s undeniably clear that Ogwumike is making the highlight. That matters.

Nneka Ogwumike took questions from kids from Brotherhood Crusade after an advance screening of “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
L.A. Sparks

“It’s just amazing to be in the movie, not just for kids to be able to watch it and also me to interact with them, but also in the world that we’re in, I feel like that was a great experience, you know, it kind of signifies what we want to get back to,” Ogwumike said after the screening. “And then also hopefully jumpstarts their interest in basketball, sport, and women in sport too.

“I would hope that they were excited, as excited as I was to be in the movie,” Ogwumike added. “It’s just so meaningful. And I speak from experience growing up and like seeing people on the screen, seeing people on the court that look like you…. I say this all the time, you know, when people think about representation, especially in sport, they think about immediately what we see on the court. And no, it’s about GM, president, media, everyone, whether it’s advocacy or allyship, and so I felt that doing this movie, watching this movie, and I hope that the young kids feel it too.”

It seems like the acting bug has bit Ogwumike; while she doesn’t want to emulate The Rock in terms of being a crossover star, she’d like to try her hand at film again, especially in a role that doesn’t require her to play herself.

It’s all about the pushing her boundaries, so that what initially feels unnatural will feel ordinary. Whether that means she can play big in front of a camera without being embarrassed, or that a female basketball player in a big-time film is expected instead of revolutionary, Ogwumike is all about expanding possibilities. That’s her new legacy.

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on July 16. You can follow Sabreena on Twitter at @sabreenajm.

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It’s hard to imagine a situation that would make Nneka Ogwumike nervous.

This is the Nneka Ogwumike who led an opt out of the collective bargaining agreement between the WNBA and the players’ association to “bet on women”. The same president of the WNBPA who then helped to negotiate a landmark deal that set a new standard for what female athletes can and should expect, and then went on Good Morning America to break the news herself.

This the Nneka Ogwumike who had the ball in her hands with the Sparks down one in Game 5 of the 2016 WNBA Finals, facing the towering presence of Sylvia Fowles and finishing over her to deliver the franchise its third title and first in 14 years.

As her teammate Brittney Sykes put it, “Nneka shows you what balance and discipline looks like…. She walks with such grace, she walks with such discipline.”

And yet, to be part of “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” Ogwumike willingly put herself in a position that didn’t make just her — and the stone-cold Diana Taurasi — nervous; it made her uncomfortable. Ogwumike said that she and Taurasi, both members of the Goon Squad along with Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, and Damian Lillard, were constantly wary of messing up their lines and not appearing like neophytes among their counterparts, who were more familiar being in front of the camera.

So why would Ogwumike consent to be in such an unnatural environment?

For one, it’s “Space Jam.” Ogwumike grew up watching the movie with her sisters, listening back to the soundtrack, not even realizing the impact it was having on her in real time. When her agent told her she was going to be in the new version, her answer was simply, “Say less”.

It was also a matter of personal growth. Ogwumike says, “acting was not easy, but I loved the challenge”. Think about all the accolades Ogwumike has in her basketball career: she’s been a No. 1 pick, a rookie of the year, an All-Star, an MVP, a WNBA champion, and a two-time World Cup gold medalist. She sets goals, and she meets them. Finding a way to challenge herself off the court, even if that task was navigating her movements in CGI, is all part of the process of continuing to grow.

“Nothing grows in a comfort zone really, and acting in that movie was just kind of like a microcosm of that experience in my life,” Ogwumike said. “You can’t care about what other people are saying, do things to the best of your ability, leave people remembering how you treated them, walk in grace… That’s kind of everything that I felt when I was shooting the movie.”

But the main reason why it was important for Ogwumike to be a part of this project is because of what it means to have female representation in this specific movie.

The original “Space Jam” had five NBA players on the Monstars. The updated Goon Squad has two WNBA players and three NBA players, and the women are the only MVPs.

“It’s huge, especially in the time that we’re in, you know we’re experiencing a time in which women’s basketball is catching fire, it’s really igniting,” Ogwumike said. “And so for that representation to be in there, it’s a testament to the time that we’re in, it’s a testament to a new legacy, it’s a testament to I think LeBron, and Warner Brothers’ awareness on what’s important, and having that representation was important.

“Obviously to have 2 WNBA players shows you the growth in the game, it shows you the growth in films,” Sykes said. “It’s always male athletes in videos and movies, but now we’re starting to see more women… it will be dope to show little girls.”

Ogwumike hosted a screening of the new film for youth from Brotherhood Crusade, a charitable organization that describes itself as having “a vision of improving quality of life and meeting the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented, and disenfranchised individuals.”

And even though the kids had tons of questions about LeBron James afterwards, they were also excited to meet the star who — spoiler alert — gets to dunk on James in the film. Sure, it happens when she’s in her Arachnneka form, but it’s undeniably clear that Ogwumike is making the highlight. That matters.

Nneka Ogwumike took questions from kids from Brotherhood Crusade after an advance screening of “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
L.A. Sparks

“It’s just amazing to be in the movie, not just for kids to be able to watch it and also me to interact with them, but also in the world that we’re in, I feel like that was a great experience, you know, it kind of signifies what we want to get back to,” Ogwumike said after the screening. “And then also hopefully jumpstarts their interest in basketball, sport, and women in sport too.

“I would hope that they were excited, as excited as I was to be in the movie,” Ogwumike added. “It’s just so meaningful. And I speak from experience growing up and like seeing people on the screen, seeing people on the court that look like you…. I say this all the time, you know, when people think about representation, especially in sport, they think about immediately what we see on the court. And no, it’s about GM, president, media, everyone, whether it’s advocacy or allyship, and so I felt that doing this movie, watching this movie, and I hope that the young kids feel it too.”

It seems like the acting bug has bit Ogwumike; while she doesn’t want to emulate The Rock in terms of being a crossover star, she’d like to try her hand at film again, especially in a role that doesn’t require her to play herself.

It’s all about the pushing her boundaries, so that what initially feels unnatural will feel ordinary. Whether that means she can play big in front of a camera without being embarrassed, or that a female basketball player in a big-time film is expected instead of revolutionary, Ogwumike is all about expanding possibilities. That’s her new legacy.

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on July 16. You can follow Sabreena on Twitter at @sabreenajm.

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Nneka Ogwumike talks ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy,’ why representation matters

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Sung Kang says he’d love to be in an “epic scene” with Jason Statham in “Fast 10.” Insider

Fans were excited to see Han (Sung Kang) confront his “murderer” Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) at the end of “F9,” and Kang can’t wait to share the screen with Statham again.

When asked what he could tell us about how that scene will pick up when we next see the duo, Kang told Insider, “I can’t tell you much, but I’m a big fan of Statham so I would love some epic scene.”

Shaw seemingly killed Han at the end of 2013’s “Fast 6.” But after Shaw appeared to get chummy with Han’s friends in 2017’s “The Fate of the Furious,” fans started a campaign to receive “Justice for Han.”

Now that Han’s been brought back from the dead – something director Justin Lin did in part because Shaw’s final scene in “Fate” caused “fan outrage” – we’ve been promised “justice is coming.”

Still, don’t expect justice to come in the form of the two throwing down the next time we see them on screen together.

Shaw looks completely stunned to see Han, alive, at the end of “Fast 9.” Universal Pictures

“You pointed something out,” Kang said. “Han didn’t look too pissed off, did he? It wasn’t a great start to an epic battle.”

“Maybe we’re gonna play chess together,” Kang, who said he hasn’t seen the “Fast 10” script yet, teased playfully with a laugh, adding, “Go over hair products.”

Shaw’s bald, so that may not be the move in “Fast 10.”

Sung Kang F9 Justice for Han

Kang made some guesses about what Han and Deckard could be up to the next time we see them. Somehow we don’t think chess and chatting hair products is on the agenda. Insider

When it comes to the “Justice for Han” movement, Kang said justice for the character doesn’t include going after Shaw.

“It’s not that it’s a vendetta against Deckard Shaw,” Kang said. “I think it’s something deeper than that. I think it goes down to justice of his loss, of his love.”

Kang hinted that Han still blames himself for the death of his girlfriend, Gisele (Gal Gadot), adding that the fans “need Gisele back.”

When Insider mentioned that a possible Gisele return may be the justice Han is seeking, Kang said, “I think so.”

“F9: The Director’s Cut” is now available on digital and Blu-ray.

Read the original article on Insider

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‘Fast 9’ star Sung Kang ‘would love some epic scene’ with Jason Statham in the next movie – nonenglishfeed

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Sung Kang says he’d love to be in an “epic scene” with Jason Statham in “Fast 10.” Insider

Fans were excited to see Han (Sung Kang) confront his “murderer” Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) at the end of “F9,” and Kang can’t wait to share the screen with Statham again.

When asked what he could tell us about how that scene will pick up when we next see the duo, Kang told Insider, “I can’t tell you much, but I’m a big fan of Statham so I would love some epic scene.”

Shaw seemingly killed Han at the end of 2013’s “Fast 6.” But after Shaw appeared to get chummy with Han’s friends in 2017’s “The Fate of the Furious,” fans started a campaign to receive “Justice for Han.”

Now that Han’s been brought back from the dead – something director Justin Lin did in part because Shaw’s final scene in “Fate” caused “fan outrage” – we’ve been promised “justice is coming.”

Still, don’t expect justice to come in the form of the two throwing down the next time we see them on screen together.

Shaw looks completely stunned to see Han, alive, at the end of “Fast 9.” Universal Pictures

“You pointed something out,” Kang said. “Han didn’t look too pissed off, did he? It wasn’t a great start to an epic battle.”

“Maybe we’re gonna play chess together,” Kang, who said he hasn’t seen the “Fast 10” script yet, teased playfully with a laugh, adding, “Go over hair products.”

Shaw’s bald, so that may not be the move in “Fast 10.”

Sung Kang F9 Justice for Han

Kang made some guesses about what Han and Deckard could be up to the next time we see them. Somehow we don’t think chess and chatting hair products is on the agenda. Insider

When it comes to the “Justice for Han” movement, Kang said justice for the character doesn’t include going after Shaw.

“It’s not that it’s a vendetta against Deckard Shaw,” Kang said. “I think it’s something deeper than that. I think it goes down to justice of his loss, of his love.”

Kang hinted that Han still blames himself for the death of his girlfriend, Gisele (Gal Gadot), adding that the fans “need Gisele back.”

When Insider mentioned that a possible Gisele return may be the justice Han is seeking, Kang said, “I think so.”

“F9: The Director’s Cut” is now available on digital and Blu-ray.

Read the original article on Insider

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‘Fast 9’ star Sung Kang ‘would love some epic scene’ with Jason Statham in the next movie – nonenglishfeed

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632410109) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(87) "Telefilm Canada head talks gender parity, Indigenous creators and diversity | Promotion" ["link"]=> string(108) "https://debatepost.com/telefilm-canada-head-talks-gender-parity-indigenous-creators-and-diversity-promotion/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:14:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(93) "Movie Production CompaniesCanadaCreatorsdiversitygenderIndigenousParitypromotiontalksTelefilm" ["guid"]=> string(108) "https://debatepost.com/telefilm-canada-head-talks-gender-parity-indigenous-creators-and-diversity-promotion/" ["description"]=> string(743) "On her first day as executive director of Telefilm Canada, the state-owned body that fosters the cultural, commercial and industrial success of Canada’s audiovisual industry, Christa Dickenson said she was keen to get on with the work of “achieving a balanced and representative funding portfolio that encompasses gender parity and diversity”. Today, nearly two years ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6741) "

On her first day as executive director of Telefilm Canada, the state-owned body that fosters the cultural, commercial and industrial success of Canada’s audiovisual industry, Christa Dickenson said she was keen to get on with the work of “achieving a balanced and representative funding portfolio that encompasses gender parity and diversity”.

Today, nearly two years into her five-year term, Dickenson points to the progress Telefilm is making towards that goal.

In the field of gender parity, Telefilm is aiming for a production portfolio that is balanced at all budget levels in the key creative roles of writer, director and producer. Its 2018-19 results — the most recent available — show an investment of $32.9m (c$45.5m), which equates to 59% of the agency’s total production funding, in projects with a woman in at least one of those roles.

The results also show that in the higher budget bracket (over $1.8m, or c$2.5m, by Telefilm’s definition), where parity has been harder to achieve, 26% of agency-backed films had female directors, an increase of five percentage points from the previous year. “At Telefilm, when we have two projects of equal quality, we will favour the one that is female led,” says Dickenson of her agency’s parity effort. “Because of that, we’re seeing more in the pipeline.”

Building representation

'The Rest Of Us'

Recent Telefilm-backed and female-led projects include Aisling Chin-Yee’s The Rest Of Us, which received a theatrical release in Canada and the US; Sophie Deraspe’s Antigone, Canada’s submission for the 2019 international film Oscar; and Heather Young’s Murmur, a micro-budget festival prize-winner from Telefilm’s Talent to Watch programme. Among higher budget female-driven projects coming soon that have received Telefilm backing are Natalie Krinsky’s The Broken Hearts Gallery, Deepa Mehta’s Funny Boy and Lina Roessler’s Best Sellers.

To foster the work of filmmakers from Indigenous communities around Canada, Telefilm earmarks $2.89m (c$4m) a year, including production funding and, starting this year, dedicated development funding. The latter funding is intended, says Dickenson, “to get the Indigenous stories properly crafted and written to begin with. If we don’t have that as a starting point, we’re never going to see the right stories on our screens or that Indigenous lens we’re looking for.”

Telefilm’s push in this area also takes in an Indigenous liaison and an Indigenous working group and supports an Indigenous Screen Office dedicated to increasing Indigenous people’s representation throughout the screen industries. In addition, all projects are assessed by an external all-Indigenous jury.

'Slash/Back'

Upcoming Telefilm-backed Indigenous projects, all from women filmmakers, include Danis Goulet’s Night Raiders, a Canada-New Zealand co-production with Taika Waititi as an exec producer; Nyla Innuksuk’s sci-fi Slash/Back; Tracey Deer’s topical Beans; and Michelle Latimer’s documentary Inconvenient Indian. Outside the ‘Indigenous stream’ of projects made by Indigenous-owned companies, Telefilm also supports projects that come from Indigenous creators, such as zombie thriller Blood Quantum from writer/director Jeff Barnaby.

Diversity remains key

Inclusion and diversity are not new issues for Telefilm. Among recent and upcoming features from diverse directors the agency has supported are Albert Shin’s Disappearance At Clifton Hill, picked up by IFC Midnight for the US, Yung Chang’s Toronto entry This Is Not A Movie and Clark Johnson’s Percy. Meanwhile, Telefilm’s Talent to Watch programme is providing opportunities to Canadian filmmakers of colour such as Jasmin Mozaffari, writer/director of Firecrackers, Cory Bowles, writer/director of Black Cop, and Supinder Wraich, creator of web series The 410.

In January, Telefilm launched a new initiative in the area by forming a diversity advisory group that had its first meeting in March, just before Covid-19 hit. As the industry reopens, the group will pick up its work with regional partners such as CaribbeanTales, the Adam Beach Film Institute, the Montreal International Black Film Festival and the Reelworld Film Festival to enhance access for, and increase awareness of, diverse films and filmmakers.

“Where we have seen early strides in gender parity and with the Indigenous community, there’s so much more to be done with the rest of the under-represented communities that have had little or no access to institutions like ours,” says Dickenson. “It’s about understanding their challenges and working together with them in partnership.”

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On her first day as executive director of Telefilm Canada, the state-owned body that fosters the cultural, commercial and industrial success of Canada’s audiovisual industry, Christa Dickenson said she was keen to get on with the work of “achieving a balanced and representative funding portfolio that encompasses gender parity and diversity”.

Today, nearly two years into her five-year term, Dickenson points to the progress Telefilm is making towards that goal.

In the field of gender parity, Telefilm is aiming for a production portfolio that is balanced at all budget levels in the key creative roles of writer, director and producer. Its 2018-19 results — the most recent available — show an investment of $32.9m (c$45.5m), which equates to 59% of the agency’s total production funding, in projects with a woman in at least one of those roles.

The results also show that in the higher budget bracket (over $1.8m, or c$2.5m, by Telefilm’s definition), where parity has been harder to achieve, 26% of agency-backed films had female directors, an increase of five percentage points from the previous year. “At Telefilm, when we have two projects of equal quality, we will favour the one that is female led,” says Dickenson of her agency’s parity effort. “Because of that, we’re seeing more in the pipeline.”

Building representation

'The Rest Of Us'

Recent Telefilm-backed and female-led projects include Aisling Chin-Yee’s The Rest Of Us, which received a theatrical release in Canada and the US; Sophie Deraspe’s Antigone, Canada’s submission for the 2019 international film Oscar; and Heather Young’s Murmur, a micro-budget festival prize-winner from Telefilm’s Talent to Watch programme. Among higher budget female-driven projects coming soon that have received Telefilm backing are Natalie Krinsky’s The Broken Hearts Gallery, Deepa Mehta’s Funny Boy and Lina Roessler’s Best Sellers.

To foster the work of filmmakers from Indigenous communities around Canada, Telefilm earmarks $2.89m (c$4m) a year, including production funding and, starting this year, dedicated development funding. The latter funding is intended, says Dickenson, “to get the Indigenous stories properly crafted and written to begin with. If we don’t have that as a starting point, we’re never going to see the right stories on our screens or that Indigenous lens we’re looking for.”

Telefilm’s push in this area also takes in an Indigenous liaison and an Indigenous working group and supports an Indigenous Screen Office dedicated to increasing Indigenous people’s representation throughout the screen industries. In addition, all projects are assessed by an external all-Indigenous jury.

'Slash/Back'

Upcoming Telefilm-backed Indigenous projects, all from women filmmakers, include Danis Goulet’s Night Raiders, a Canada-New Zealand co-production with Taika Waititi as an exec producer; Nyla Innuksuk’s sci-fi Slash/Back; Tracey Deer’s topical Beans; and Michelle Latimer’s documentary Inconvenient Indian. Outside the ‘Indigenous stream’ of projects made by Indigenous-owned companies, Telefilm also supports projects that come from Indigenous creators, such as zombie thriller Blood Quantum from writer/director Jeff Barnaby.

Diversity remains key

Inclusion and diversity are not new issues for Telefilm. Among recent and upcoming features from diverse directors the agency has supported are Albert Shin’s Disappearance At Clifton Hill, picked up by IFC Midnight for the US, Yung Chang’s Toronto entry This Is Not A Movie and Clark Johnson’s Percy. Meanwhile, Telefilm’s Talent to Watch programme is providing opportunities to Canadian filmmakers of colour such as Jasmin Mozaffari, writer/director of Firecrackers, Cory Bowles, writer/director of Black Cop, and Supinder Wraich, creator of web series The 410.

In January, Telefilm launched a new initiative in the area by forming a diversity advisory group that had its first meeting in March, just before Covid-19 hit. As the industry reopens, the group will pick up its work with regional partners such as CaribbeanTales, the Adam Beach Film Institute, the Montreal International Black Film Festival and the Reelworld Film Festival to enhance access for, and increase awareness of, diverse films and filmmakers.

“Where we have seen early strides in gender parity and with the Indigenous community, there’s so much more to be done with the rest of the under-represented communities that have had little or no access to institutions like ours,” says Dickenson. “It’s about understanding their challenges and working together with them in partnership.”

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632410061) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(37) "Pacific Rim Trailer Re-Released in 4K" ["link"]=> string(61) "https://debatepost.com/pacific-rim-trailer-re-released-in-4k/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:13:54 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "Movie Production CompaniesPacificReReleasedRimTrailer" ["guid"]=> string(61) "https://debatepost.com/pacific-rim-trailer-re-released-in-4k/" ["description"]=> string(543) "As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. Directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by Travis Beacham and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7776) "

As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K.

As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. Directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by Travis Beacham and del Toro on a story conceived by the former, the film is set in a future in which Earth has been invaded by colossal sea monsters known as Kaiju from an interdimensional portal at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. The best scientific minds come together to create the Jaegers, large humanoid mechas co-piloted by two people joined by mental link who fight to defend the world from the destruction-bringing creatures.


The ensemble cast for Pacific Rim included Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, Robert Kazinsky, Max Martini and Ron Perlman. Hitting theaters in 2013, the film scored generally positive reviews for its visuals, action sequences and homages to the kaiju, mecha and anime genres and would become del Toro’s most commercially successful film to date with over $411 million grossed against its $200 million budget. This success would see production company Legendary Pictures would partner with Universal Pictures for a sequel, Pacific Rim: Uprising, which was considered a critical and commercial disappointment, and Netflix for the anime series Pacific Rim: The Black.

Related: How Pacific Rim’s Alternate Timeline & History Works

On the heels of re-releasing trailers for The Dark Knight trilogy, Warner Bros. has re-released the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. The new video features all of the mecha and kaiju action in visually crisp glory, from every little detail of the Jaeger suits to the continuous downpour of rain featured throughout the film. Check out the stunning trailer below:

Click here to watch the video

Unlike the re-release of the Dark Knight trailers, the up-resed trailer for Pacific Rim seems to be coming out of nowhere for fans of the film. Del Toro confirmed as recently as February that no plans were in the works for a third film in the franchise and the anime series just premiered in March with no premiere date for season 2. That being said, the sudden arrival of the 4K trailer is sure to please fans nonetheless and could see the studio gauge interest in a new 4K Ultra-HD physical release of the film, the last of which hit shelves five years ago.

While the film franchise around it has seemingly crumbled following the disappointment that was the 2018 sequel, del Toro’s original Pacific Rim has continued to be an interesting outlier amongst fans of the Oscar-winning filmmaker. The general consensus still remains positive for the sci-fi action film, though many in said group continue to debate its position against his other blockbuster projects as well as his more arthouse fare. Whichever side of the coin one falls on, it’s hard to deny the sheer escapist thrills del Toro delivered with the 2013 hit.

More: How Netflix’s The Black Fits Into The Pacific Rim Timeline

Source: Warner Bros.

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As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K.

As a second season of the anime series continues development at Netflix, Warner Bros. re-releases the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. Directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by Travis Beacham and del Toro on a story conceived by the former, the film is set in a future in which Earth has been invaded by colossal sea monsters known as Kaiju from an interdimensional portal at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. The best scientific minds come together to create the Jaegers, large humanoid mechas co-piloted by two people joined by mental link who fight to defend the world from the destruction-bringing creatures.


The ensemble cast for Pacific Rim included Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, Robert Kazinsky, Max Martini and Ron Perlman. Hitting theaters in 2013, the film scored generally positive reviews for its visuals, action sequences and homages to the kaiju, mecha and anime genres and would become del Toro’s most commercially successful film to date with over $411 million grossed against its $200 million budget. This success would see production company Legendary Pictures would partner with Universal Pictures for a sequel, Pacific Rim: Uprising, which was considered a critical and commercial disappointment, and Netflix for the anime series Pacific Rim: The Black.

Related: How Pacific Rim’s Alternate Timeline & History Works

On the heels of re-releasing trailers for The Dark Knight trilogy, Warner Bros. has re-released the trailer for Pacific Rim in 4K. The new video features all of the mecha and kaiju action in visually crisp glory, from every little detail of the Jaeger suits to the continuous downpour of rain featured throughout the film. Check out the stunning trailer below:

Click here to watch the video

Unlike the re-release of the Dark Knight trailers, the up-resed trailer for Pacific Rim seems to be coming out of nowhere for fans of the film. Del Toro confirmed as recently as February that no plans were in the works for a third film in the franchise and the anime series just premiered in March with no premiere date for season 2. That being said, the sudden arrival of the 4K trailer is sure to please fans nonetheless and could see the studio gauge interest in a new 4K Ultra-HD physical release of the film, the last of which hit shelves five years ago.

While the film franchise around it has seemingly crumbled following the disappointment that was the 2018 sequel, del Toro’s original Pacific Rim has continued to be an interesting outlier amongst fans of the Oscar-winning filmmaker. The general consensus still remains positive for the sci-fi action film, though many in said group continue to debate its position against his other blockbuster projects as well as his more arthouse fare. Whichever side of the coin one falls on, it’s hard to deny the sheer escapist thrills del Toro delivered with the 2013 hit.

More: How Netflix’s The Black Fits Into The Pacific Rim Timeline

Source: Warner Bros.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632410034) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(32) "The End of Miramax | Screen Rant" ["link"]=> string(54) "https://debatepost.com/the-end-of-miramax-screen-rant/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:12:28 +0000" ["category"]=> string(43) "Movie Production CompaniesMiramaxRantscreen" ["guid"]=> string(54) "https://debatepost.com/the-end-of-miramax-screen-rant/" ["description"]=> string(562) "I’m going to throw out a few movie titles: Reservoir Dogs, The English Patient, Clerks, Pulp Fiction, My Left Foot, The Piano, Shakespeare In Love, Trainspotting, Good Will Hunting, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Swingers, and Chicago. Now I’m going to toss you a few names you might recognize: Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, Jon Favreau, Anna ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10639) "

I’m going to throw out a few movie titles: Reservoir Dogs, The English Patient, Clerks, Pulp Fiction, My Left Foot, The Piano, Shakespeare In Love, Trainspotting, Good Will Hunting, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Swingers, and Chicago.

Now I’m going to toss you a few names you might recognize: Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, Jon Favreau, Anna Paquin, Kevin Smith, Daniel Day-Lewis, Matt Damon, Ewan McGregor, Renee Zellweger, Holly Hunter, Ralph Fiennes and John Travolta.

What do these now-famous films, and all these now-famous names have in common? Their stars were all catapulted to worldly heights by studio Miramax Films.


Here are two more names you might recognize: Bob and Harvey Weinstein. Opening the studio in 1979, The Weinsteins led Miramax on a charge that turned small indie films into award-winning cash cows. They took unknown or seemingly washed-up talent and made them into some of today’s most accomplished Hollywood stars. They also gave us films that have penetrated so deep into the cultural consciousness, they are all but part of our everyday vocabulary.

So, it is with a teary eye that I report that our ominous warnings have come to pass, and Miramax Films is now dead.

Bob and Harvey Weinstein

The studio closed doors to its NYC and LA offices Thursday, while eighty of its employees are waiting for the ax to fall. The six movies currently on Miramax’s deck awaiting distribution (including The Tempest) face uncertain futures. And Disney, which now owns Miramax, is (of course) trying to downplay the failure. Said a Disney spokeswoman:

“Miramax will consoldiate its operations within Walt Disney Studios, and will be releasing a smaller number of films than in previous years. But it will continue to operate within the Walt Disney Studios,”

The studio was named after the parents of Bob and Harvey Weinstein and the brothers’ reign of terror (and success) in Hollywood is nothing short of legendary. The daring gambles on films everyone thought would fail (looking at you, Mr. Tarantino); the strong-arm tactics to get their way (and their funding); and, perhaps most famous of all, the small wars waged to bring their films Oscar glory.

Harvey Weinstein with longtime friend Quentin Tarantino

In 1993 Miramax was acquired by Disney with the Weinsteins likely assuming they’d found deep pockets and wide distribution to back their epic ambitions. However, tensions and egos ultimately got the better of the situation and in 2005 the Weinsteins left Miramax to form their own company, appropriately titled The Weinstein Company. Miramax went on without its founders, still managing some awards glory here and there, with films like The Queen and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. But never again did the studio capture the indie-turned-hit glory of its days under the Weinsteins’ watch.

Never one for silence, Harvey Weinstein had this to say about Miramax’s demise:

“I’m feeling very nostalgic right now. I know the movies made on my and my brother Bob’s watch will live on as well as the fantastic films made under the direction of Daniel Battsek. Miramax has some brilliant people working within the organization and I know they will go on to do great things in the industry.”

The funny thing is: in the modern Hollywood model, everybody wants to recreate the Miramax magic. At the moment we have big studios like Paramount investing in “micro-budget” films (like the surprise hit, Paranormal Activity) – films made be fledgling directors for next to nothing, which studios hope will become box office success stories.

But what about the kind of critical acclaim and the cultural impact the films Miramax put out in its heyday had? Despite many failures (The Four Feathers, anyone?) Miramax has given us many other films that are burned into our collective memories forever (The Crying Game *shudder*). Which studio will rise to fill that void? Summit Entertainment, with its freaking Twilight Saga nonsense? Even the once-mighty Weinsteins have fallen on hard times since leaving their old studio – can the magic of Miramax ever be bottled and sold again?

Time will tell, but for now let’s take a second to mourn the end of a great era for movie lovers everywhere.

R.I.P. Miramax films 1979 – 2010

Source: The Wrap

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" } ["summary"]=> string(562) "I’m going to throw out a few movie titles: Reservoir Dogs, The English Patient, Clerks, Pulp Fiction, My Left Foot, The Piano, Shakespeare In Love, Trainspotting, Good Will Hunting, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Swingers, and Chicago. Now I’m going to toss you a few names you might recognize: Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, Jon Favreau, Anna ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(10639) "

I’m going to throw out a few movie titles: Reservoir Dogs, The English Patient, Clerks, Pulp Fiction, My Left Foot, The Piano, Shakespeare In Love, Trainspotting, Good Will Hunting, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Swingers, and Chicago.

Now I’m going to toss you a few names you might recognize: Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, Jon Favreau, Anna Paquin, Kevin Smith, Daniel Day-Lewis, Matt Damon, Ewan McGregor, Renee Zellweger, Holly Hunter, Ralph Fiennes and John Travolta.

What do these now-famous films, and all these now-famous names have in common? Their stars were all catapulted to worldly heights by studio Miramax Films.


Here are two more names you might recognize: Bob and Harvey Weinstein. Opening the studio in 1979, The Weinsteins led Miramax on a charge that turned small indie films into award-winning cash cows. They took unknown or seemingly washed-up talent and made them into some of today’s most accomplished Hollywood stars. They also gave us films that have penetrated so deep into the cultural consciousness, they are all but part of our everyday vocabulary.

So, it is with a teary eye that I report that our ominous warnings have come to pass, and Miramax Films is now dead.

Bob and Harvey Weinstein

The studio closed doors to its NYC and LA offices Thursday, while eighty of its employees are waiting for the ax to fall. The six movies currently on Miramax’s deck awaiting distribution (including The Tempest) face uncertain futures. And Disney, which now owns Miramax, is (of course) trying to downplay the failure. Said a Disney spokeswoman:

“Miramax will consoldiate its operations within Walt Disney Studios, and will be releasing a smaller number of films than in previous years. But it will continue to operate within the Walt Disney Studios,”

The studio was named after the parents of Bob and Harvey Weinstein and the brothers’ reign of terror (and success) in Hollywood is nothing short of legendary. The daring gambles on films everyone thought would fail (looking at you, Mr. Tarantino); the strong-arm tactics to get their way (and their funding); and, perhaps most famous of all, the small wars waged to bring their films Oscar glory.

Harvey Weinstein with longtime friend Quentin Tarantino

In 1993 Miramax was acquired by Disney with the Weinsteins likely assuming they’d found deep pockets and wide distribution to back their epic ambitions. However, tensions and egos ultimately got the better of the situation and in 2005 the Weinsteins left Miramax to form their own company, appropriately titled The Weinstein Company. Miramax went on without its founders, still managing some awards glory here and there, with films like The Queen and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. But never again did the studio capture the indie-turned-hit glory of its days under the Weinsteins’ watch.

Never one for silence, Harvey Weinstein had this to say about Miramax’s demise:

“I’m feeling very nostalgic right now. I know the movies made on my and my brother Bob’s watch will live on as well as the fantastic films made under the direction of Daniel Battsek. Miramax has some brilliant people working within the organization and I know they will go on to do great things in the industry.”

The funny thing is: in the modern Hollywood model, everybody wants to recreate the Miramax magic. At the moment we have big studios like Paramount investing in “micro-budget” films (like the surprise hit, Paranormal Activity) – films made be fledgling directors for next to nothing, which studios hope will become box office success stories.

But what about the kind of critical acclaim and the cultural impact the films Miramax put out in its heyday had? Despite many failures (The Four Feathers, anyone?) Miramax has given us many other films that are burned into our collective memories forever (The Crying Game *shudder*). Which studio will rise to fill that void? Summit Entertainment, with its freaking Twilight Saga nonsense? Even the once-mighty Weinsteins have fallen on hard times since leaving their old studio – can the magic of Miramax ever be bottled and sold again?

Time will tell, but for now let’s take a second to mourn the end of a great era for movie lovers everywhere.

R.I.P. Miramax films 1979 – 2010

Source: The Wrap

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632409948) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(54) "From Boris Karloff to Sofia Boutella: 10 movie mummies" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://debatepost.com/from-boris-karloff-to-sofia-boutella-10-movie-mummies/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:09:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(145) "Movie Production CompaniesactorsactressesBillboardBorisBoutellaFilmsframesKarloffmoviemoviesmummiesphotosSofíaStarstrailersvideosWhowill quarter" ["guid"]=> string(77) "https://debatepost.com/from-boris-karloff-to-sofia-boutella-10-movie-mummies/" ["description"]=> string(600) "Since horror cinema saw in Gothic literature a way of exploiting archetypes and clichés, There were many characters that became part of the popular imagination as the first heroes and villains of genre cinema. From Dracula and his arch enemy Van Helsing, to Dr. Frankenstein and his terrifying and hopeless creature, to monsters such as ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(11987) "

Since horror cinema saw in Gothic literature a way of exploiting archetypes and clichés, There were many characters that became part of the popular imagination as the first heroes and villains of genre cinema. From Dracula and his arch enemy Van Helsing, to Dr. Frankenstein and his terrifying and hopeless creature, to monsters such as the Hunchback of Notre Dame or the Phantom of the Opera. All of them had been born between the pages of a book.

However, and in the same way that would happen with the Wolf Man, there is a figure whose representation on screen was not directly linked to the existence of the Gothic novel: the mummy. As it had happened in the case of the cinematic lycanthropes, the mummies were more a cluster of ideas fruit of the convergence between ancient myths and folklore legends and certain aspects of pulp literature, to which what we might well consider as the subgenre on mummies owes much.

The risen archetype

If there is something that has been purely characteristic in almost all the cinematographic incarnations of the mummy, it is the fact that the plots from which they start always have two ways to follow: or the ancient body returns to life with the intention of regaining an old love, or does it with the sole intention of sowing panic in the contemporary world in which he has woken up.

10 movie mummies

1 Boris Karloff in ‘The Mummy’
Boris Karloff in 'The Mummy'

A year after Universal adapted ‘Dracula’ and ‘Doctor Frankenstein’ to the screen, and with the intention of continuing to expand its universe of monsters to exploit on screen, ‘The Mummy’ arrived.

Directed by Karl Freund, the story told us how archaeologists desecrated the tomb of an ancient Egyptian priest, Imhotep, who was played by Boris Karloff as the first ever movie mummy.

Boris Karloff in eCartelera

2 Christopher Lee in ‘The Mummy’ (1959)
Christopher Lee in 'The Mummy' (1959)

After the brief cycle of the titles of ‘The mummy’ for Universal, it was evident that with the revival of the Gothic horror of the Hammer it would also be resurrected. And he did it in 1959 by the hand of Terence Fisher.

On this occasion, the story introduced us to two archaeologists, John Banning (Peter Cushing) and his father Stephen (Felix Aylmer), who while in Egypt researching Princess Ananka, will mistakenly bring to life Kharis, the relentless the princess’s keeper, played by Christopher Lee.

Christopher Lee in eCartelera

3 Valerie Leon in ‘The Blood on the Mummy’s Tomb’
Valerie Leon in 'The Blood on the Mummy's Tomb'

Continuing its side of pure exploit cinema, in the 70s the Hammer continued to exploit its monster universes. In 1971, ‘Blood on the Mummy’s Tomb’ was released, directed by Seth Holt and Michael Carreras.

In it, Valerie Leon played Tera, an evil Egyptian queen who had been buried alive after having her hand amputated, and whose grave Professor Fuchs (Andrew Keir) will find. After the already countless adaptations and revisions that ‘Dracula’ had had, this new approach to the mummy cinema opted to adapt another story by Bram Stoker, ‘The Jewel of Seven Stars’.

The same story was adapted again to the cinema in 1980 by Mike Newell under the name ‘The awakening’.

4 Michael McKay in ‘A Mind-blowing Gang’
Michael McKay in 'A Mind-blowing Gang'

From the hand of Fred Dekker, in 1987 ‘An amazing gang’ was released, in which the spirit of the cinema of the eighties paid its heartfelt tribute to classic terror, bringing with it the very Dracula, Werewolf, the creature of Frankenstein, an amphibian monster and even a mummy, played by Michael McKay.

In this story created by Dekker and Shane Black, a group of children must face the threat that will endanger their peaceful town.

Michael McKay in eCartelera

5 Tony Curtis en ‘The Mummy Lives’
Tony Curtis en 'The Mummy Lives'

Adapting a story by Edgar Allan Poe, in 1993 Gerry O’Hara directed ‘The Mummy Lives’, a series B film that deserves to be rescued from the oblivion into which it fell even if it is for having dared to delve into the universe of mummies when the subgenre was now obsolete.

In it, Tony Curtis will be in charge of playing a double role: that of Dr. Mohassid and that of Aziru, a millennial mummy who returns to life and becomes obsessed with a woman whom he considers the reincarnation of his former beloved.

Tony Curtis at eCartelera

6 Enzo Junior in ‘The Shadow of the Pharaoh’
Enzo Junior in 'The Shadow of the Pharaoh'

A year before mummies were back in fashion, Russell Mulcahy was directing “Shadow of the Pharaoh,” a series B-soul horror title that even featured a guest appearance by Christopher Lee.

Starring Jason Scott Lee, Enzo Junior played Talos, a millennial mummy carried from his tomb in Egypt to the British Museum, where he will sow terror in unimaginable ways.

7 Arnold Vosloo in ‘The Mummy’ (1999)

8 Belphégor in ‘The Pharaoh’s Mask’
Belphégor in 'The Pharaoh's Mask'

It was 2001 when Jean-Paul Salomé brought Belphégor back to the screen, the villain protagonist of the horror novel by

Arthur Bernède published in 1927.

In ‘The Pharaoh’s Mask’, Sophie Marceau faced the horror imposed by Belphégor, an evil spirit who will wreak havoc at the Louvre, becoming the first horror film shot in the mythical Parisian museum.

9 Bob Ivy and ‘Bubba Ho-tep’
Bob Ivy and 'Bubba Ho-tep'

Don Coscarelli was already more than established as a cult filmmaker thanks to the ‘Phantasma’ saga. That is why in 2002 he followed in his wake as a filmmaker attached to the B series thanks to ‘Bubba Ho-tep’.

Based on a story by Joe R. Lansdale, it had a Bruce Campbell in the shoes of Elvis Presley himself, who lives hidden in a residence in Texas under the name of a former fan of his.

Together with a man who claims to be John F. Kennedy, they must face an evil Egyptian mummy that is wreaking havoc in the asylum.

10 Sofia Boutella in ‘The Mummy’ (2017)
Sofia Boutella in 'The Mummy' (2017)

With the intention of inaugurating a new revision of Universal’s classic monsters, in 2017 ‘The Mummy’ was released, a new example of the hybridization of terror and adventure that did not end up as many expected.

Wanting to give a twist to the myth (or recovering certain aspects of the terror of the Hammer that some overlooked), the Egyptian entity that the protagonists had to face now had a female body with the face of Sofia Boutella.

Tom Cruise’s commercial hook did not make the start of this new Dark Universe come to fruition.

Sofia Boutella in eCartelera

Regarding the first option, this is where the mythology of the mummy itself connects directly with certain aspects of Gothic literature, thus emulating Count Dracula wanting to regain the love of his beloved Mina, even though centuries of her existence have passed and she has to settle for a reincarnation of this.

Names like those of Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff or Tony Curtis have been some of those who have embodied some of the most famous mummies of cinema, whose representations on screen have not always been associated with that representative archetype that comes to show such a fearsome creature as a heap of bandages, but does so by being something closer to the figure of the undead. In this special present, we select ten of the most famous mummies that the cinema has given us.

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From Boris Karloff to Sofia Boutella: 10 movie mummies

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Since horror cinema saw in Gothic literature a way of exploiting archetypes and clichés, There were many characters that became part of the popular imagination as the first heroes and villains of genre cinema. From Dracula and his arch enemy Van Helsing, to Dr. Frankenstein and his terrifying and hopeless creature, to monsters such as the Hunchback of Notre Dame or the Phantom of the Opera. All of them had been born between the pages of a book.

However, and in the same way that would happen with the Wolf Man, there is a figure whose representation on screen was not directly linked to the existence of the Gothic novel: the mummy. As it had happened in the case of the cinematic lycanthropes, the mummies were more a cluster of ideas fruit of the convergence between ancient myths and folklore legends and certain aspects of pulp literature, to which what we might well consider as the subgenre on mummies owes much.

The risen archetype

If there is something that has been purely characteristic in almost all the cinematographic incarnations of the mummy, it is the fact that the plots from which they start always have two ways to follow: or the ancient body returns to life with the intention of regaining an old love, or does it with the sole intention of sowing panic in the contemporary world in which he has woken up.

10 movie mummies

1 Boris Karloff in ‘The Mummy’
Boris Karloff in 'The Mummy'

A year after Universal adapted ‘Dracula’ and ‘Doctor Frankenstein’ to the screen, and with the intention of continuing to expand its universe of monsters to exploit on screen, ‘The Mummy’ arrived.

Directed by Karl Freund, the story told us how archaeologists desecrated the tomb of an ancient Egyptian priest, Imhotep, who was played by Boris Karloff as the first ever movie mummy.

Boris Karloff in eCartelera

2 Christopher Lee in ‘The Mummy’ (1959)
Christopher Lee in 'The Mummy' (1959)

After the brief cycle of the titles of ‘The mummy’ for Universal, it was evident that with the revival of the Gothic horror of the Hammer it would also be resurrected. And he did it in 1959 by the hand of Terence Fisher.

On this occasion, the story introduced us to two archaeologists, John Banning (Peter Cushing) and his father Stephen (Felix Aylmer), who while in Egypt researching Princess Ananka, will mistakenly bring to life Kharis, the relentless the princess’s keeper, played by Christopher Lee.

Christopher Lee in eCartelera

3 Valerie Leon in ‘The Blood on the Mummy’s Tomb’
Valerie Leon in 'The Blood on the Mummy's Tomb'

Continuing its side of pure exploit cinema, in the 70s the Hammer continued to exploit its monster universes. In 1971, ‘Blood on the Mummy’s Tomb’ was released, directed by Seth Holt and Michael Carreras.

In it, Valerie Leon played Tera, an evil Egyptian queen who had been buried alive after having her hand amputated, and whose grave Professor Fuchs (Andrew Keir) will find. After the already countless adaptations and revisions that ‘Dracula’ had had, this new approach to the mummy cinema opted to adapt another story by Bram Stoker, ‘The Jewel of Seven Stars’.

The same story was adapted again to the cinema in 1980 by Mike Newell under the name ‘The awakening’.

4 Michael McKay in ‘A Mind-blowing Gang’
Michael McKay in 'A Mind-blowing Gang'

From the hand of Fred Dekker, in 1987 ‘An amazing gang’ was released, in which the spirit of the cinema of the eighties paid its heartfelt tribute to classic terror, bringing with it the very Dracula, Werewolf, the creature of Frankenstein, an amphibian monster and even a mummy, played by Michael McKay.

In this story created by Dekker and Shane Black, a group of children must face the threat that will endanger their peaceful town.

Michael McKay in eCartelera

5 Tony Curtis en ‘The Mummy Lives’
Tony Curtis en 'The Mummy Lives'

Adapting a story by Edgar Allan Poe, in 1993 Gerry O’Hara directed ‘The Mummy Lives’, a series B film that deserves to be rescued from the oblivion into which it fell even if it is for having dared to delve into the universe of mummies when the subgenre was now obsolete.

In it, Tony Curtis will be in charge of playing a double role: that of Dr. Mohassid and that of Aziru, a millennial mummy who returns to life and becomes obsessed with a woman whom he considers the reincarnation of his former beloved.

Tony Curtis at eCartelera

6 Enzo Junior in ‘The Shadow of the Pharaoh’
Enzo Junior in 'The Shadow of the Pharaoh'

A year before mummies were back in fashion, Russell Mulcahy was directing “Shadow of the Pharaoh,” a series B-soul horror title that even featured a guest appearance by Christopher Lee.

Starring Jason Scott Lee, Enzo Junior played Talos, a millennial mummy carried from his tomb in Egypt to the British Museum, where he will sow terror in unimaginable ways.

7 Arnold Vosloo in ‘The Mummy’ (1999)

8 Belphégor in ‘The Pharaoh’s Mask’
Belphégor in 'The Pharaoh's Mask'

It was 2001 when Jean-Paul Salomé brought Belphégor back to the screen, the villain protagonist of the horror novel by

Arthur Bernède published in 1927.

In ‘The Pharaoh’s Mask’, Sophie Marceau faced the horror imposed by Belphégor, an evil spirit who will wreak havoc at the Louvre, becoming the first horror film shot in the mythical Parisian museum.

9 Bob Ivy and ‘Bubba Ho-tep’
Bob Ivy and 'Bubba Ho-tep'

Don Coscarelli was already more than established as a cult filmmaker thanks to the ‘Phantasma’ saga. That is why in 2002 he followed in his wake as a filmmaker attached to the B series thanks to ‘Bubba Ho-tep’.

Based on a story by Joe R. Lansdale, it had a Bruce Campbell in the shoes of Elvis Presley himself, who lives hidden in a residence in Texas under the name of a former fan of his.

Together with a man who claims to be John F. Kennedy, they must face an evil Egyptian mummy that is wreaking havoc in the asylum.

10 Sofia Boutella in ‘The Mummy’ (2017)
Sofia Boutella in 'The Mummy' (2017)

With the intention of inaugurating a new revision of Universal’s classic monsters, in 2017 ‘The Mummy’ was released, a new example of the hybridization of terror and adventure that did not end up as many expected.

Wanting to give a twist to the myth (or recovering certain aspects of the terror of the Hammer that some overlooked), the Egyptian entity that the protagonists had to face now had a female body with the face of Sofia Boutella.

Tom Cruise’s commercial hook did not make the start of this new Dark Universe come to fruition.

Sofia Boutella in eCartelera

Regarding the first option, this is where the mythology of the mummy itself connects directly with certain aspects of Gothic literature, thus emulating Count Dracula wanting to regain the love of his beloved Mina, even though centuries of her existence have passed and she has to settle for a reincarnation of this.

Names like those of Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff or Tony Curtis have been some of those who have embodied some of the most famous mummies of cinema, whose representations on screen have not always been associated with that representative archetype that comes to show such a fearsome creature as a heap of bandages, but does so by being something closer to the figure of the undead. In this special present, we select ten of the most famous mummies that the cinema has given us.

.

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From Boris Karloff to Sofia Boutella: 10 movie mummies

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Cameron Diaz She is one of the most recognized actresses in Hollywood, since she made her debut in the film ‘The mask’. At that moment she stole the public’s attention with her incredible beauty, however soon showed that her attractiveness was just one of her many talentsOver time, she not only became a recognized actress, but also a successful businesswoman.

Cameron Diaz from model to Hollywood star

Cameron grew up in San Diego, California. She is the daughter of a Cuban-American and an Anglo-German. Before taking an interest in acting, she began a modeling career.

Cameron grew up in San Diego, California. She is the daughter of a Cuban-American and an Anglo-German.

In 1994 Jim Carrey was one of the most famous actors in the film industry with thousands of titles to his name. Nevertheless In ‘The Mask’ the actor was overshadowed by the beauty of his co-star, Cameron Diaz.

In ‘The Mask’ the actor was overshadowed by the beauty of his co-star, Cameron Diaz.

His role in the film earned him several roles in other productions. Although at first he only played the love interest of other gallants, Diaz showed that he had the talent to shine with his own light.

Although at first he only played the love interest of other gallants, Diaz showed that he had the talent to shine with his own light.

Cameron won the lead in ‘There’s Something About Mary’, a romantic comedy opposite Ben Stiller, that earned 176 million dollars and that ranked the actress as one of the most famous comedians.

He won the lead in ‘There’s something about Mary,’ a romantic comedy opposite Ben Stiller.

While Diaz had a knack for comedy, she was ready to show that she could star in different genres. That’s why he accepted the role in Spike Jonze’s movie ‘Being John Malkovich’.

While Diaz had a knack for comedy, she was ready to show that she could star in different genres.

In 2000 he joined the saga of ‘Charlie’s Angels’, which would later become one of his most memorable works. She also voiced “Princess Fiona” in the animated film “Shrek,” which won an Oscar.

In 2000 he joined the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ saga, which would later become one of his most memorable works.

In your private life, Diaz was related to some Hollywood personalities until she had a long relationship with actor and singer Jared Leto. After their separation he began an affair with Justin Timberlake who is nine years younger than her. However, she made it clear that she was not interested in getting married and their relationship lasted four years.

Diaz was related to some Hollywood personalities until she had a long relationship with actor and singer Jared Leto.

It is also known that for a year she dated baseball star Alex Rodriguez. However, his true love would come later with the musician Benji Madden.

However, his true love would come later with the musician Benji Madden.

Cameron and Benji got engaged just before Christmas 2014, after seven months of knowing each other. Two weeks after their engagement, they held a home ceremony in Los Angeles attended by Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Drey Barrymore.

Cameron and Benji got engaged just before Christmas 2014, after seven months of knowing each other.

Regarding his secret wedding, he said that he had waited years to get married because he did not want to settle. So she waited to meet the ideal man for her, now she lives a happy and stable relationship.

Regarding his secret wedding, he said that he had waited years to get married because he did not want to settle.

Despite being very happy, it is important for her to keep her life private, which is why In her daughter’s birth announcement, she also said she would not share photos or details of her baby.

Despite being very happy, it is important for her to keep her life private.

Motherhood for Cameron came at a good time, as it happened after he announced his retirement from acting in 2018. Since then he has put aside the spotlight to lead a common life. The last time he gave an interview was in February 2019 for the 25th anniversary of his film My best friend’s Wedding.

Since then he has put aside the spotlight to lead a common life.

For her this is the ideal time to be a mother, as he can consciously enjoy this stage with his little Raddix Madden.

“Having a family, when you are young you just do it. When you are my age and you decide to do it is a real choice, you really have to work hard to achieve it. “

Cameron Diaz

For her, this is the ideal time to be a mother, since she can enjoy this stage with her little one.

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Cameron Diaz’s change from ‘The Mask’ to now

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Cameron Diaz She is one of the most recognized actresses in Hollywood, since she made her debut in the film ‘The mask’. At that moment she stole the public’s attention with her incredible beauty, however soon showed that her attractiveness was just one of her many talentsOver time, she not only became a recognized actress, but also a successful businesswoman.

Cameron Diaz from model to Hollywood star

Cameron grew up in San Diego, California. She is the daughter of a Cuban-American and an Anglo-German. Before taking an interest in acting, she began a modeling career.

Cameron grew up in San Diego, California. She is the daughter of a Cuban-American and an Anglo-German.

In 1994 Jim Carrey was one of the most famous actors in the film industry with thousands of titles to his name. Nevertheless In ‘The Mask’ the actor was overshadowed by the beauty of his co-star, Cameron Diaz.

In ‘The Mask’ the actor was overshadowed by the beauty of his co-star, Cameron Diaz.

His role in the film earned him several roles in other productions. Although at first he only played the love interest of other gallants, Diaz showed that he had the talent to shine with his own light.

Although at first he only played the love interest of other gallants, Diaz showed that he had the talent to shine with his own light.

Cameron won the lead in ‘There’s Something About Mary’, a romantic comedy opposite Ben Stiller, that earned 176 million dollars and that ranked the actress as one of the most famous comedians.

He won the lead in ‘There’s something about Mary,’ a romantic comedy opposite Ben Stiller.

While Diaz had a knack for comedy, she was ready to show that she could star in different genres. That’s why he accepted the role in Spike Jonze’s movie ‘Being John Malkovich’.

While Diaz had a knack for comedy, she was ready to show that she could star in different genres.

In 2000 he joined the saga of ‘Charlie’s Angels’, which would later become one of his most memorable works. She also voiced “Princess Fiona” in the animated film “Shrek,” which won an Oscar.

In 2000 he joined the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ saga, which would later become one of his most memorable works.

In your private life, Diaz was related to some Hollywood personalities until she had a long relationship with actor and singer Jared Leto. After their separation he began an affair with Justin Timberlake who is nine years younger than her. However, she made it clear that she was not interested in getting married and their relationship lasted four years.

Diaz was related to some Hollywood personalities until she had a long relationship with actor and singer Jared Leto.

It is also known that for a year she dated baseball star Alex Rodriguez. However, his true love would come later with the musician Benji Madden.

However, his true love would come later with the musician Benji Madden.

Cameron and Benji got engaged just before Christmas 2014, after seven months of knowing each other. Two weeks after their engagement, they held a home ceremony in Los Angeles attended by Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Drey Barrymore.

Cameron and Benji got engaged just before Christmas 2014, after seven months of knowing each other.

Regarding his secret wedding, he said that he had waited years to get married because he did not want to settle. So she waited to meet the ideal man for her, now she lives a happy and stable relationship.

Regarding his secret wedding, he said that he had waited years to get married because he did not want to settle.

Despite being very happy, it is important for her to keep her life private, which is why In her daughter’s birth announcement, she also said she would not share photos or details of her baby.

Despite being very happy, it is important for her to keep her life private.

Motherhood for Cameron came at a good time, as it happened after he announced his retirement from acting in 2018. Since then he has put aside the spotlight to lead a common life. The last time he gave an interview was in February 2019 for the 25th anniversary of his film My best friend’s Wedding.

Since then he has put aside the spotlight to lead a common life.

For her this is the ideal time to be a mother, as he can consciously enjoy this stage with his little Raddix Madden.

“Having a family, when you are young you just do it. When you are my age and you decide to do it is a real choice, you really have to work hard to achieve it. “

Cameron Diaz

For her, this is the ideal time to be a mother, since she can enjoy this stage with her little one.

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Cameron Diaz’s change from ‘The Mask’ to now

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632409693) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(73) "Eric Bischoff: ‘I turned Kevin Nash and Scott Hall into bigger stars’" ["link"]=> string(90) "https://debatepost.com/eric-bischoff-i-turned-kevin-nash-and-scott-hall-into-bigger-stars/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:07:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(73) "Movie Production CompaniesBiggerBischoffEricHallKevinNashScottStarsturned" ["guid"]=> string(90) "https://debatepost.com/eric-bischoff-i-turned-kevin-nash-and-scott-hall-into-bigger-stars/" ["description"]=> string(649) "Sebastian Martinez May 22, 2021 at 2:57 pm Kevin Nash y Scott Hall revolutionized the world of professional wrestling when appeared in WCW in mid-1996. Both had become stars under the characters of Diesel and Razor Ramon in WWE, but their arrival in WCW, the WWE competition at the time, changed the game. Eric Bischoff ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4667) "

Kevin Nash y Scott Hall revolutionized the world of professional wrestling when appeared in WCW in mid-1996. Both had become stars under the characters of Diesel and Razor Ramon in WWE, but their arrival in WCW, the WWE competition at the time, changed the game.

Eric Bischoff was one of the architects of that event. He recently spoke of that move on his 83 weeks podcast, where he gloated that he had enhanced stars previously created by Vince McMahon. Bischoff was always criticized for growing the company based on the talent previously created by WWE but, in his opinion, the case of Nash and Hall was different.

“Vinnie (Vince McMahon), yeah you made them stars, but I made them bigger starsAnd you can’t do anything about it, “Eric Bischoff laughed about an interview Vince McMahon gave in the 90s about the heyday of Monday Night Wars.

“This whole long-term contract came about as a result of the competition, when I took these guys that you didn’t think were stars and turned them into bigger stars than they were when they were in WWF: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. They don’t show up to conventions and appearances dressing like Diesel and Razor Ramon, do they? They’re probably getting royalty checks from Diesel and Razor Ramon, but I’m sure it has nothing to do with the royalty checks they get from nWo merchandise. “

Birth of the nWo

On May 27, 1996, during Monday Night NITRO (the star program of the old wCw), someone that absolutely no one would expect to see appeared in the audience: Scott Hall. The reason why it was not expected, Hall was RAZOR RAMON in WWF until recently. Like Pedro at his house, Scott snuck into the ring with a mic and started the whole plot: Hey! People, you know who I am, but you don’t know why I’m here. Where is billionaire Ted? Where is the Nacho Man (referring to Macho Man)? They cannot be in the building. Me? I go ANYWHERE I want WHEN I want. Oh, and where is Scheme Gene? (referring to Mean Gene Ockerlund). I have an interview for you. When that KenDoll look, when that weatherman wants to come here later tonight, I have a challenge for him, for billionaire Ted, for Nacho Man, and for anyone in WCW. Hey, do you want to go to war? Do you want war? You WILL HAVE one “.

For the next several weeks, Scott showed up to badmouth WCW and Eric Bischoff. He talked a lot about a challenge. He even came to blows with Sting one night. Another great personality would join the game later on, Kevin Nash, who had become a star in WWF in recent years. Hulk Hogan subsequently joined the group in Bash at The Beach, betraying WCW, turning heel for the first time in his career and blessing the formation of the nWo (New World Order), one of the best stables in wrestling history.

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Eric Bischoff: ‘I turned Kevin Nash and Scott Hall into bigger stars’

" } ["summary"]=> string(649) "Sebastian Martinez May 22, 2021 at 2:57 pm Kevin Nash y Scott Hall revolutionized the world of professional wrestling when appeared in WCW in mid-1996. Both had become stars under the characters of Diesel and Razor Ramon in WWE, but their arrival in WCW, the WWE competition at the time, changed the game. Eric Bischoff ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4667) "

Kevin Nash y Scott Hall revolutionized the world of professional wrestling when appeared in WCW in mid-1996. Both had become stars under the characters of Diesel and Razor Ramon in WWE, but their arrival in WCW, the WWE competition at the time, changed the game.

Eric Bischoff was one of the architects of that event. He recently spoke of that move on his 83 weeks podcast, where he gloated that he had enhanced stars previously created by Vince McMahon. Bischoff was always criticized for growing the company based on the talent previously created by WWE but, in his opinion, the case of Nash and Hall was different.

“Vinnie (Vince McMahon), yeah you made them stars, but I made them bigger starsAnd you can’t do anything about it, “Eric Bischoff laughed about an interview Vince McMahon gave in the 90s about the heyday of Monday Night Wars.

“This whole long-term contract came about as a result of the competition, when I took these guys that you didn’t think were stars and turned them into bigger stars than they were when they were in WWF: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. They don’t show up to conventions and appearances dressing like Diesel and Razor Ramon, do they? They’re probably getting royalty checks from Diesel and Razor Ramon, but I’m sure it has nothing to do with the royalty checks they get from nWo merchandise. “

Birth of the nWo

On May 27, 1996, during Monday Night NITRO (the star program of the old wCw), someone that absolutely no one would expect to see appeared in the audience: Scott Hall. The reason why it was not expected, Hall was RAZOR RAMON in WWF until recently. Like Pedro at his house, Scott snuck into the ring with a mic and started the whole plot: Hey! People, you know who I am, but you don’t know why I’m here. Where is billionaire Ted? Where is the Nacho Man (referring to Macho Man)? They cannot be in the building. Me? I go ANYWHERE I want WHEN I want. Oh, and where is Scheme Gene? (referring to Mean Gene Ockerlund). I have an interview for you. When that KenDoll look, when that weatherman wants to come here later tonight, I have a challenge for him, for billionaire Ted, for Nacho Man, and for anyone in WCW. Hey, do you want to go to war? Do you want war? You WILL HAVE one “.

For the next several weeks, Scott showed up to badmouth WCW and Eric Bischoff. He talked a lot about a challenge. He even came to blows with Sting one night. Another great personality would join the game later on, Kevin Nash, who had become a star in WWF in recent years. Hulk Hogan subsequently joined the group in Bash at The Beach, betraying WCW, turning heel for the first time in his career and blessing the formation of the nWo (New World Order), one of the best stables in wrestling history.

Do not forget to visit Solowrestling, the web with all the wwe news. Follow us on social networks, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.

Remember that the next WWE PPV is Extreme Rules and in Solowrestling you will be up to date with all the related news.

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Eric Bischoff: ‘I turned Kevin Nash and Scott Hall into bigger stars’

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1632409622) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(37) "10 completely original movies of 2020" ["link"]=> string(61) "https://debatepost.com/10-completely-original-movies-of-2020/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 23 Sep 2021 15:04:51 +0000" ["category"]=> string(50) "Movie Production CompaniesCompletelymoviesOriginal" ["guid"]=> string(61) "https://debatepost.com/10-completely-original-movies-of-2020/" ["description"]=> string(541) "The cinematic experience remains an incredible escape from reality and it is always impressive to take stock of how much cinema has evolved in a relatively short time. The film industry is certainly guilty of following certain trends and, after all, it is a business in which the target is the massive blockbusters that dominate ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9552) "

The cinematic experience remains an incredible escape from reality and it is always impressive to take stock of how much cinema has evolved in a relatively short time. The film industry is certainly guilty of following certain trends and, after all, it is a business in which the target is the massive blockbusters that dominate the box office.

Cinema can seem a bit shortsighted at times and as if it’s only franchises, established intellectual properties, and connected cinematic universes that make the biggest waves. However, there are still many groundbreaking filmmakers and studios striving to be original, and only in 2020 were there some especially effective films with completely original premises.

10 Tenet is further proof that Christopher Nolan is becoming his own genre

Christopher Nolan caused a sensation with his trilogy of The dark knight , but the director’s most interesting proposals are his original stories, which address reality and perception in a challenging way, such as Memento, Inception and, more recently, Tenet . Tenet is Nolan in his purest form, for better and for worse, in a complicated narrative about the time travel of an agent trying to prevent the start of World War III. It’s easy for Nolan’s twisted story and visual techniques to overwhelm audiences, but it’s still a unique action blockbuster that plays by its own rules.

9 Guns Akimbo subverts the logic of video games in an exaggerated way

More and more movies are playing with the gap between video games and real life entertainment, as reality becomes another form of escapism. Daniel Radcliffe has done an exceptional job with the unconventional roles he has chosen from Harry Potter. On Guns Akimbo , Radcliffe plays a troubled video game developer who becomes the latest subject in a streaming battle to the death that threatens his real life. The Miles of Radcliffe awakens with two pistols strapped to his hands and on the run from overblown assassins, including a specially inspired performance by Samara Weaving.

8 Palm Springs relies on a familiar idea to take expectations to new places

The day of the marmota It’s not the first movie to play with time loops, but it did help introduce the concept of cutting-edge sci-fi into the mainstream. There is no shortage of films that try to reappropriate the premise of the Day of the Marmota , but in a radically different genre or environment.

Palm Springs is a clever comedy that draws on both the absurd and the mystery surrounding the supernatural circumstances that consume two unsuspecting wedding guests. Palm Springs sets his own path and tells an exciting and unpredictable story that blooms into a tender and honest romance.

7 Possessor is a dark and destabilizing descent into madness

David Cronenberg has become one of the biggest names when it comes to experimental body horror and deep examinations of humanity and society. David Cronenberg’s son Brandon Cronenberg has started to follow in his father’s footsteps and Possessor it is his most shocking film to date. The film centers on elite corporate assassins who carry out their missions through a form of body hijacking made possible by implanted brain technology. Possessor it’s full of awkward executions, but also growing division, as the film’s main killer loses herself by occupying other bodies for her work.

6 The House of the Night is a terrifying and unconventional look at duel

The duel can be a good source of inspiration in horror movies, and The house of the Noche is one of the films that has had the most success when it comes to analyzing pain, responsibility and doubts. The ever-phenomenal Rebecca Hall plays Beth, a widow who has yet to get over her husband’s abrupt death and who must process these feelings in the spooky lake house he built. David Bruckner has become an increasingly important name in the horror genre following films like The Ritual , but The Night House it is one of his most evocative works to date. It is full of rewarding revelations and haunting images.

5 Onward evolves the archetypes of fantasy

Pixar has an excellent reputation when it comes to emotional animated films that resonate with adults and children alike. Onward is set in an urban fantasy world, immediately giving the film a unique setting that subverts well-known fantasy tropes.

However, the strength of the film lies in the sibling bond that exists between elven brothers Ian and Barley, who strive to bring their father back to their lives. The core of the film has a lot of heart and Onward presents some provocative ideas about family, heritage, and technology that connect with each other.

4 Swallow is a hauntingly beautiful character study and a cry for help

Swallow is one of the most awkward movies to come out in 2020, with much of its painful history hitting as hard as it does because of Haley Bennett’s stark and fearless performance as a careless housewife who finds herself without any agency in her mind. life. Haley Bennett’s Hunter nervously develops the pike compulsion, in which individuals consume objects at random. Hunter’s fragile state worsens, but she feels a strange sense of empowerment as she adopts this insane behavior. It is a difficult movie to watch, but one that tackles very moving and heartbreaking themes.

3 Vivarium turns marriage and the suburbs upside down and moves on

There are many films that present the suburbs and domestic life as their own forms of jail, either psychologically or physically. Vivarium is a science fiction film starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots, who play an optimistic newlywed couple who are excited to enter the next phase of their lives. However, the neighborhood in which they are indoctrinated shows increasingly problematic behavior. Soon, a child enters the equation and the flight from this new life becomes literally impossible for the couple. Vivarium sometimes he gets too lost in his own ideas, but it is a deeply original story that must be experienced.

2 Bad hair creates its horror from poignant places

Horror is an infinitely versatile film genre and ideas that would fail elsewhere can sometimes stand out in the elevated genre. Terror can work best when it leans to the extremes and embraces the absurd, which is the approach taken by Bad hair 2020. Set in the late 1980s, the film begins with a fairly straightforward plot in which an image-centric naive invests in an outlandish weave of hair, who turns out to have a murderous mind of her own. Bad hair It does not become a mess and knows how to make the most of this radical premise.

1 Rental slips out of your audience until it’s too late

Dave Franco tries his luck as a director in the intimate thriller The Rental . Starring Alison Brie, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand, The Rental It begins in a harmless place where two couples retreat to a rental home for a weekend of fun and relaxation, only for fear to creep in when the homeowner’s seemingly sinister intentions come to light. Couples are left not knowing what to believe and their mutual trust begins to evaporate. It is an intimate and small-scale look at tension, but Franco manages that the Worth the trip.

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10 completely original movies of 2020

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The cinematic experience remains an incredible escape from reality and it is always impressive to take stock of how much cinema has evolved in a relatively short time. The film industry is certainly guilty of following certain trends and, after all, it is a business in which the target is the massive blockbusters that dominate the box office.

Cinema can seem a bit shortsighted at times and as if it’s only franchises, established intellectual properties, and connected cinematic universes that make the biggest waves. However, there are still many groundbreaking filmmakers and studios striving to be original, and only in 2020 were there some especially effective films with completely original premises.

10 Tenet is further proof that Christopher Nolan is becoming his own genre

Christopher Nolan caused a sensation with his trilogy of The dark knight , but the director’s most interesting proposals are his original stories, which address reality and perception in a challenging way, such as Memento, Inception and, more recently, Tenet . Tenet is Nolan in his purest form, for better and for worse, in a complicated narrative about the time travel of an agent trying to prevent the start of World War III. It’s easy for Nolan’s twisted story and visual techniques to overwhelm audiences, but it’s still a unique action blockbuster that plays by its own rules.

9 Guns Akimbo subverts the logic of video games in an exaggerated way

More and more movies are playing with the gap between video games and real life entertainment, as reality becomes another form of escapism. Daniel Radcliffe has done an exceptional job with the unconventional roles he has chosen from Harry Potter. On Guns Akimbo , Radcliffe plays a troubled video game developer who becomes the latest subject in a streaming battle to the death that threatens his real life. The Miles of Radcliffe awakens with two pistols strapped to his hands and on the run from overblown assassins, including a specially inspired performance by Samara Weaving.

8 Palm Springs relies on a familiar idea to take expectations to new places

The day of the marmota It’s not the first movie to play with time loops, but it did help introduce the concept of cutting-edge sci-fi into the mainstream. There is no shortage of films that try to reappropriate the premise of the Day of the Marmota , but in a radically different genre or environment.

Palm Springs is a clever comedy that draws on both the absurd and the mystery surrounding the supernatural circumstances that consume two unsuspecting wedding guests. Palm Springs sets his own path and tells an exciting and unpredictable story that blooms into a tender and honest romance.

7 Possessor is a dark and destabilizing descent into madness

David Cronenberg has become one of the biggest names when it comes to experimental body horror and deep examinations of humanity and society. David Cronenberg’s son Brandon Cronenberg has started to follow in his father’s footsteps and Possessor it is his most shocking film to date. The film centers on elite corporate assassins who carry out their missions through a form of body hijacking made possible by implanted brain technology. Possessor it’s full of awkward executions, but also growing division, as the film’s main killer loses herself by occupying other bodies for her work.

6 The House of the Night is a terrifying and unconventional look at duel

The duel can be a good source of inspiration in horror movies, and The house of the Noche is one of the films that has had the most success when it comes to analyzing pain, responsibility and doubts. The ever-phenomenal Rebecca Hall plays Beth, a widow who has yet to get over her husband’s abrupt death and who must process these feelings in the spooky lake house he built. David Bruckner has become an increasingly important name in the horror genre following films like The Ritual , but The Night House it is one of his most evocative works to date. It is full of rewarding revelations and haunting images.

5 Onward evolves the archetypes of fantasy

Pixar has an excellent reputation when it comes to emotional animated films that resonate with adults and children alike. Onward is set in an urban fantasy world, immediately giving the film a unique setting that subverts well-known fantasy tropes.

However, the strength of the film lies in the sibling bond that exists between elven brothers Ian and Barley, who strive to bring their father back to their lives. The core of the film has a lot of heart and Onward presents some provocative ideas about family, heritage, and technology that connect with each other.

4 Swallow is a hauntingly beautiful character study and a cry for help

Swallow is one of the most awkward movies to come out in 2020, with much of its painful history hitting as hard as it does because of Haley Bennett’s stark and fearless performance as a careless housewife who finds herself without any agency in her mind. life. Haley Bennett’s Hunter nervously develops the pike compulsion, in which individuals consume objects at random. Hunter’s fragile state worsens, but she feels a strange sense of empowerment as she adopts this insane behavior. It is a difficult movie to watch, but one that tackles very moving and heartbreaking themes.

3 Vivarium turns marriage and the suburbs upside down and moves on

There are many films that present the suburbs and domestic life as their own forms of jail, either psychologically or physically. Vivarium is a science fiction film starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots, who play an optimistic newlywed couple who are excited to enter the next phase of their lives. However, the neighborhood in which they are indoctrinated shows increasingly problematic behavior. Soon, a child enters the equation and the flight from this new life becomes literally impossible for the couple. Vivarium sometimes he gets too lost in his own ideas, but it is a deeply original story that must be experienced.

2 Bad hair creates its horror from poignant places

Horror is an infinitely versatile film genre and ideas that would fail elsewhere can sometimes stand out in the elevated genre. Terror can work best when it leans to the extremes and embraces the absurd, which is the approach taken by Bad hair 2020. Set in the late 1980s, the film begins with a fairly straightforward plot in which an image-centric naive invests in an outlandish weave of hair, who turns out to have a murderous mind of her own. Bad hair It does not become a mess and knows how to make the most of this radical premise.

1 Rental slips out of your audience until it’s too late

Dave Franco tries his luck as a director in the intimate thriller The Rental . Starring Alison Brie, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand, The Rental It begins in a harmless place where two couples retreat to a rental home for a weekend of fun and relaxation, only for fear to creep in when the homeowner’s seemingly sinister intentions come to light. Couples are left not knowing what to believe and their mutual trust begins to evaporate. It is an intimate and small-scale look at tension, but Franco manages that the Worth the trip.

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10 completely original movies of 2020

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