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Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, “Scream” is the first movie in the franchise that’s banned under 16 since the original. Françoise Tomé, president of the classification commission, explains why.

Twenty-five years after the release of the original film, Scream returns to the screens. Directed by the duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, this new chapter reopens the doors of Woodsboro for yet another bloody massacre. In the United States, the slasher is classified R – term which designates Restricted in English, i.e. a ban on those under 17. A rather ordinary classification, attributed to a large majority of horror films across the Atlantic.

In France, Scream is prohibited for children under 16 and it is a little more surprising. France is however known to be tolerant on the classification of feature films. Crucially, no sequel to the Wes Craven-launched franchise had received such a ban before.

Asked by HelloCine, Françoise Tomé, president of the classification of cinematographic works, first recalls the process: all visas are granted following discussions within the classification commission. ?These debates are confidential, everyone expresses themselves very freely, then we vote by secret ballot.?, she specifies.

To justify the prohibition of Scream, the president talks about ?very violent murder scenes?. The saga is not its first bloody crimes, but the sequels that succeeded the original have never been known for their great violence. This new film takes, on the contrary, a malicious pleasure in filming more closely the pain and the scars of its characters. Above all, the third act has a field day with bloodshed.

Paramount Pictures

Shot from “Scream”.

Such a classification undoubtedly has an impact on admissions and the success of the film in theaters. Françoise Tomé nevertheless explains ?that another version was shown to the commission?. After viewing, this less bloody montage was offered a visa with a ban on children under 12. ?It was the Paramount distributor who finally made the decision to release the other version, prohibited for children under 16.?, says the president.

?Distributors are represented on the commission like other film professions – authors, producers, exhibitors, critics. Everyone has their say and above all the right to vote to express themselves?, she recalls.

Scream seen by Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox, his two iconic heroines

In July 1997, the very first Scream landed in France with, again, a ban on those under 16 years old. A few years later, Wes Craven’s film was finally re-evaluated for an under-12 ban. ?It is not rare that the commission is seized again of the same film or in a modified version, which explains why there can be a modification of the visa.?

?is about Scream, the classification commission at the time was actually seized to see an edited version of the film for TV broadcasting which, it received a ban for children under 12?, explains Françoise Tomé. Will it be the same for Scream 2022 release? The future will tell.

Interview by Thomas Desroches, in Paris, January 15, 2022.

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Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, “Scream” is the first movie in the franchise that’s banned under 16 since the original. Françoise Tomé, president of the classification commission, explains why.

Twenty-five years after the release of the original film, Scream returns to the screens. Directed by the duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, this new chapter reopens the doors of Woodsboro for yet another bloody massacre. In the United States, the slasher is classified R – term which designates Restricted in English, i.e. a ban on those under 17. A rather ordinary classification, attributed to a large majority of horror films across the Atlantic.

In France, Scream is prohibited for children under 16 and it is a little more surprising. France is however known to be tolerant on the classification of feature films. Crucially, no sequel to the Wes Craven-launched franchise had received such a ban before.

Asked by HelloCine, Françoise Tomé, president of the classification of cinematographic works, first recalls the process: all visas are granted following discussions within the classification commission. ?These debates are confidential, everyone expresses themselves very freely, then we vote by secret ballot.?, she specifies.

To justify the prohibition of Scream, the president talks about ?very violent murder scenes?. The saga is not its first bloody crimes, but the sequels that succeeded the original have never been known for their great violence. This new film takes, on the contrary, a malicious pleasure in filming more closely the pain and the scars of its characters. Above all, the third act has a field day with bloodshed.

Paramount Pictures

Shot from “Scream”.

Such a classification undoubtedly has an impact on admissions and the success of the film in theaters. Françoise Tomé nevertheless explains ?that another version was shown to the commission?. After viewing, this less bloody montage was offered a visa with a ban on children under 12. ?It was the Paramount distributor who finally made the decision to release the other version, prohibited for children under 16.?, says the president.

?Distributors are represented on the commission like other film professions – authors, producers, exhibitors, critics. Everyone has their say and above all the right to vote to express themselves?, she recalls.

Scream seen by Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox, his two iconic heroines

In July 1997, the very first Scream landed in France with, again, a ban on those under 16 years old. A few years later, Wes Craven’s film was finally re-evaluated for an under-12 ban. ?It is not rare that the commission is seized again of the same film or in a modified version, which explains why there can be a modification of the visa.?

?is about Scream, the classification commission at the time was actually seized to see an edited version of the film for TV broadcasting which, it received a ban for children under 12?, explains Françoise Tomé. Will it be the same for Scream 2022 release? The future will tell.

Interview by Thomas Desroches, in Paris, January 15, 2022.

[date_timestamp] => 1642558348 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => ?The Chef?, ?Nightmare Alley?, ?La Place d?une autre?? Films to see at the cinema this week [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-chef-nightmare-alley-la-place-dune-autre-films-to-see-at-the-cinema-this-week/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 23:37:21 +0000 [category] => MoviesAlleyautrechefCinemaDunefilmsNightmareplaceWeek [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-chef-nightmare-alley-la-place-dune-autre-films-to-see-at-the-cinema-this-week/ [description] => THE MORNING LIST “The Place of Another”, 2021. YOUTUBE The weekly outings like to stage... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

THE MORNING LIST

The weekly outings like to stage all sorts of artisans and illusionists, magnificent crooks or fine concoctors, makers of dreams or nightmares. From the London cook under pressure from The Chef to the band of forgers of Nightmare Alley, passing by the fake lady-in-waiting in The place of another, the heroes of the week have become masters in the art of captivating the senses and usurping roles.

?The Chef?: 360 degree service

It’s the last Friday before Christmas, the busiest night of the year, and there’s no more turbot. The chef of a gourmet restaurant in London forgot to place an order, it’s bad luck. To see him paralyzed in the courtyard of his establishment, his legs in cotton, his mouth pasty, his eyes glassy, ??how not to think of his French counterpart, Vatel, who, in 1671, committed suicide for a problem of tide and fish dishes?

The Chef (Where Boiling Point, a fitting title used in Anglo-Saxon countries) thus recounts the extreme pressure undergone by the leaders, in this case Andy Jones, a star forty-something, who tries to stay the course despite his addiction to drugs and alcohol, during a nightmarish service. Filmed in sequence shot (a real digital seamless), the evening leaves him no respite, between a quality control which costs his business two points following the misuse of a vegetable sink up to the allergy rant from a client.

Thirty-seven actors and a hundred extras to choreograph on a 360-degree set, assistant directors disguised as waiters with a headset, only four takes? The undeniable technical performance of this fat-free thriller makes the story devilishly effective. Condensed with a large number of social problems (overwork, alcoholism, racism, sexism, hierarchical humiliations, adrift finances?), the film is consumed without moderation thanks to its delicious fork. Maroussia Dubreuil

British film by Philip Barantini. With Stephen Graham, Vinette Robinson, Ray Panthaki, Jason Flemyng (1h34).

?Nightmare Alley?: the phantom heist

Welcome to nightmare alley, where a master of contemporary fantasy in the person of Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has rushed with great fanfare. Fine scholar, great connoisseur of literature and fantastic cinema, the author of Hellboy (2004), from Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) and The Shape of Water (2017) presents a profile that is beginning to swear in contemporary Hollywood. His Nightmare Alley, first foray into film noir and exercise in over-varnished admiration, it shows. It is adapted from the famous novel of the same name, published in 1946, by William Lindsay Gresham (1909-1962).

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THE MORNING LIST

The weekly outings like to stage all sorts of artisans and illusionists, magnificent crooks or fine concoctors, makers of dreams or nightmares. From the London cook under pressure from The Chef to the band of forgers of Nightmare Alley, passing by the fake lady-in-waiting in The place of another, the heroes of the week have become masters in the art of captivating the senses and usurping roles.

?The Chef?: 360 degree service

It’s the last Friday before Christmas, the busiest night of the year, and there’s no more turbot. The chef of a gourmet restaurant in London forgot to place an order, it’s bad luck. To see him paralyzed in the courtyard of his establishment, his legs in cotton, his mouth pasty, his eyes glassy, ??how not to think of his French counterpart, Vatel, who, in 1671, committed suicide for a problem of tide and fish dishes?

The Chef (Where Boiling Point, a fitting title used in Anglo-Saxon countries) thus recounts the extreme pressure undergone by the leaders, in this case Andy Jones, a star forty-something, who tries to stay the course despite his addiction to drugs and alcohol, during a nightmarish service. Filmed in sequence shot (a real digital seamless), the evening leaves him no respite, between a quality control which costs his business two points following the misuse of a vegetable sink up to the allergy rant from a client.

Thirty-seven actors and a hundred extras to choreograph on a 360-degree set, assistant directors disguised as waiters with a headset, only four takes? The undeniable technical performance of this fat-free thriller makes the story devilishly effective. Condensed with a large number of social problems (overwork, alcoholism, racism, sexism, hierarchical humiliations, adrift finances?), the film is consumed without moderation thanks to its delicious fork. Maroussia Dubreuil

British film by Philip Barantini. With Stephen Graham, Vinette Robinson, Ray Panthaki, Jason Flemyng (1h34).

?Nightmare Alley?: the phantom heist

Welcome to nightmare alley, where a master of contemporary fantasy in the person of Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has rushed with great fanfare. Fine scholar, great connoisseur of literature and fantastic cinema, the author of Hellboy (2004), from Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) and The Shape of Water (2017) presents a profile that is beginning to swear in contemporary Hollywood. His Nightmare Alley, first foray into film noir and exercise in over-varnished admiration, it shows. It is adapted from the famous novel of the same name, published in 1946, by William Lindsay Gresham (1909-1962).

You have 78.48% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

[date_timestamp] => 1642549041 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Claude Lelouch : | CNEWS [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/claude-lelouch-cnews/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 22:04:03 +0000 [category] => MoviesClaudeCNEWSLelouch [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/claude-lelouch-cnews/ [description] => At 84, the director has not said his last word. Claude Lelouch is releasing his... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

At 84, the director has not said his last word. Claude Lelouch is releasing his fiftieth film this Wednesday, January 19, entitled ?Love is better than life?. This dramatic comedy, which flirts with the irrational, tells the story of three friends.

While Gérard (Gérard Darmon), a compulsive smoker, suffers from an incurable illness, Ary and Philippe, played respectively by Ary Abittan and Philippe Lellouche, decide to offer their friend an ultimate love story. To do this, they call on the director of an escort-girl agency, played by Sandrine Bonnaire.

Your film is punctuated with miracles, and features? Jesus (Xavier Inbona). It’s quite daring. How did this idea come about?

She came naturally. My life has been full of miracles. I have made 50 films, and these are 50 miracles. And I wanted to thank them by paying homage to the irrational and the divine.

We also come across the Devil, played by Béatrice Dalle. Why did you choose a woman for this role?

Men are not evil enough, they are too naive. Woman is the supreme state in the history of generations and reincarnations. Men are children, they are not reliable, nor serious.

The title of your feature film sounds like a slogan, it is moreover sung, repeated several times by the actors. Why do you think love is better than life?

To use Charles Trenet’s song, every time my heart went boom boom, I felt more generous, that my life had meaning. When you are able to love someone else more than yourself, it is a delicious moment.

Friendship is the spare wheel of love.

Love is extremely fragile, it wears out very quickly, until the day it bursts, like the tires of a car. It is also a competition. You have to be the first in the heart of the other. In sport, when you come second or third, you are entitled to a medal, but in love, it means you are cuckolded.

By telling this love story between Gérard Darmon and Sandrine Bonnaire, you also show that love has no age…

Of course, love has no age. I wanted to film a Romeo and Juliet that would have had time to age. We can love in a thousand and one ways and at all ages. It is a pleasure that one can afford at any time of life.

Friendship is also at the heart of the story, through this trio of friends formed by Gérard Darmon, Philippe Lellouche and Ary Abittan, who met 20 years ago, on their release from prison. Without friendship, what would we lose?

Friendship is the spare wheel of love, of money, of life, of all our miseries. With a friend you can take comfort in many things. Love is the first division, and friendship the second.

After love, and friendship, there is money. With him, you can even buy love. That’s what Philippe and Ary did. This is the third big ?A? in your film. What does it represent?

Money is not so disgusting as they say. A 10 euro note is not taken for a 100 euro note. With money you can buy a little health, love, and friendship. But he can also break everything. A love story must not become a business.

The filming took place in Paris, in particular in Montmartre, during the health crisis. What would have been different if that hadn’t been the case?

Initially, we were going to take a cruise in the Mediterranean. Gérard had taken a place on a boat to forget this concern and Sandrine would have joined him. Then the virus invited itself into the film.

Chance invented my life.

So I repatriated to the most beautiful city in the world, and in the most beautiful neighborhood of it. Covid-19 was right. This allowed us to tighten the thread, and to focus more on the characters.

Why did you choose, in certain scenes, to film the actors with their protective masks?

The truth is in people’s eyes. So I took advantage of the health context to emphasize the look, and be even more truthful than usual. It’s the only part of the body that can’t lie.

Even if he talks about death, a serious subject, he remains positive and makes us laugh. After seeing your film, we have a smile on our faces and want to savor every moment as if it were the last. Was that the goal?

Absolutely. You have to live every second of your life as if it were the first, but especially the last. In this way, we appreciate the moment more, we savor it.

Like Gérard when he drinks his potential last beer…

The idea for this film is somewhat part of my last meeting with Jacques Brel, a few days before his big departure (in 1978, editor’s note). He came to see me and drank a beer in my office.

I asked him what was so amazing about it and he said that since he’s doing things maybe for the last time, everything is great. “Finally I appreciate life,” he told me.

The other two parts of this trilogy will be the last of my career.

How did you feel after finishing ‘Love is better than life’, your 50th film, which is reminiscent of some of your previous films, such as ‘Adventure is adventure??

I have the feeling, once again, that chance has invented my life. Normally, we should have stopped filming. This film is one more miracle in my life.

And there will be others. We learn at the end of the film that this is the first part of a trilogy. We can conclude that you still have plenty of ideas and things to say…

I have spent my life observing the human race, my favorite spectacle. All the dialogues, the situations in my films, I’ve heard them in the street, in the cinema, in the bistro? But I still have notes that I couldn’t put into my films.

I hope to be able to do so in the other two parts of this trilogy, which will be the last of my career. I will feed them with everything I haven’t had the courage to say so far.

) [summary] => At 84, the director has not said his last word. Claude Lelouch is releasing his... [atom_content] =>

At 84, the director has not said his last word. Claude Lelouch is releasing his fiftieth film this Wednesday, January 19, entitled ?Love is better than life?. This dramatic comedy, which flirts with the irrational, tells the story of three friends.

While Gérard (Gérard Darmon), a compulsive smoker, suffers from an incurable illness, Ary and Philippe, played respectively by Ary Abittan and Philippe Lellouche, decide to offer their friend an ultimate love story. To do this, they call on the director of an escort-girl agency, played by Sandrine Bonnaire.

Your film is punctuated with miracles, and features? Jesus (Xavier Inbona). It’s quite daring. How did this idea come about?

She came naturally. My life has been full of miracles. I have made 50 films, and these are 50 miracles. And I wanted to thank them by paying homage to the irrational and the divine.

We also come across the Devil, played by Béatrice Dalle. Why did you choose a woman for this role?

Men are not evil enough, they are too naive. Woman is the supreme state in the history of generations and reincarnations. Men are children, they are not reliable, nor serious.

The title of your feature film sounds like a slogan, it is moreover sung, repeated several times by the actors. Why do you think love is better than life?

To use Charles Trenet’s song, every time my heart went boom boom, I felt more generous, that my life had meaning. When you are able to love someone else more than yourself, it is a delicious moment.

Friendship is the spare wheel of love.

Love is extremely fragile, it wears out very quickly, until the day it bursts, like the tires of a car. It is also a competition. You have to be the first in the heart of the other. In sport, when you come second or third, you are entitled to a medal, but in love, it means you are cuckolded.

By telling this love story between Gérard Darmon and Sandrine Bonnaire, you also show that love has no age…

Of course, love has no age. I wanted to film a Romeo and Juliet that would have had time to age. We can love in a thousand and one ways and at all ages. It is a pleasure that one can afford at any time of life.

Friendship is also at the heart of the story, through this trio of friends formed by Gérard Darmon, Philippe Lellouche and Ary Abittan, who met 20 years ago, on their release from prison. Without friendship, what would we lose?

Friendship is the spare wheel of love, of money, of life, of all our miseries. With a friend you can take comfort in many things. Love is the first division, and friendship the second.

After love, and friendship, there is money. With him, you can even buy love. That’s what Philippe and Ary did. This is the third big ?A? in your film. What does it represent?

Money is not so disgusting as they say. A 10 euro note is not taken for a 100 euro note. With money you can buy a little health, love, and friendship. But he can also break everything. A love story must not become a business.

The filming took place in Paris, in particular in Montmartre, during the health crisis. What would have been different if that hadn’t been the case?

Initially, we were going to take a cruise in the Mediterranean. Gérard had taken a place on a boat to forget this concern and Sandrine would have joined him. Then the virus invited itself into the film.

Chance invented my life.

So I repatriated to the most beautiful city in the world, and in the most beautiful neighborhood of it. Covid-19 was right. This allowed us to tighten the thread, and to focus more on the characters.

Why did you choose, in certain scenes, to film the actors with their protective masks?

The truth is in people’s eyes. So I took advantage of the health context to emphasize the look, and be even more truthful than usual. It’s the only part of the body that can’t lie.

Even if he talks about death, a serious subject, he remains positive and makes us laugh. After seeing your film, we have a smile on our faces and want to savor every moment as if it were the last. Was that the goal?

Absolutely. You have to live every second of your life as if it were the first, but especially the last. In this way, we appreciate the moment more, we savor it.

Like Gérard when he drinks his potential last beer…

The idea for this film is somewhat part of my last meeting with Jacques Brel, a few days before his big departure (in 1978, editor’s note). He came to see me and drank a beer in my office.

I asked him what was so amazing about it and he said that since he’s doing things maybe for the last time, everything is great. “Finally I appreciate life,” he told me.

The other two parts of this trilogy will be the last of my career.

How did you feel after finishing ‘Love is better than life’, your 50th film, which is reminiscent of some of your previous films, such as ‘Adventure is adventure??

I have the feeling, once again, that chance has invented my life. Normally, we should have stopped filming. This film is one more miracle in my life.

And there will be others. We learn at the end of the film that this is the first part of a trilogy. We can conclude that you still have plenty of ideas and things to say…

I have spent my life observing the human race, my favorite spectacle. All the dialogues, the situations in my films, I’ve heard them in the street, in the cinema, in the bistro? But I still have notes that I couldn’t put into my films.

I hope to be able to do so in the other two parts of this trilogy, which will be the last of my career. I will feed them with everything I haven’t had the courage to say so far.

[date_timestamp] => 1642543443 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => The NEW complete set of Dragon Ball films already on sale at 49 ?! [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-new-complete-set-of-dragon-ball-films-already-on-sale-at-49-e/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 21:33:06 +0000 [category] => MoviesBallCompleteDragonfilmssaleset [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-new-complete-set-of-dragon-ball-films-already-on-sale-at-49-e/ [description] => Through SaiyukeJanuary 18, 2022January 18, 2022 The new complete set of Dragon Ball, DBZ, and... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>


The new complete set of Dragon Ball, DBZ, and DBGT films already sold at ?49! It hasn’t even been released yet, but the next box containing all of the Dragon Ball films on Blu-ray goes from ?49.95 instead of ?59.95 on the Animus-Store! For comparison, the box is still on pre-order at ? 59.99 on Amazon.

Regarding the content of the Complete Box of Dragon Ball Films on Blu-ray, nothing new: it will contain all the films, as well as the two special TV episodes of the History of Trunks and Bardock. Only the films DBZ Battle of Gods (2013), DBZ the Resurrection of F (2015), as well as the OVAs of the Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans (2010) and Goku & his friends are back (2008) are absent.

No censorship, VOSTFR, and VF

  • Public: All public
  • Support : Coffret Blu-Ray
  • Format d?image : 16/9 Anamorphique
  • Sound: Japanese Stereo 2.0 + French Stereo 2.0
  • French subtitles
  • Number of movies: 20
  • Duration: 5:20 p.m.
  • Genres: Comedy, Nostalgia, Fighting, Action
  • Publisher: AB Video
  • Zone: B/2 (This DVD will probably not be able to be viewed outside of Europe).
  • Blu-Ray name : 7
  • Release date: March 30, 2022
  • Censorship: No (according to Amazon description)

Contents of the complete box set of the Dragon Ball films

Dragon Ball ? 4 films :

  1. The Legend Of Shenron (1986)
  2. The Devil’s Castle (1987)
  3. The Mystical Adventure (1988)
  4. Dragon Ball: The Red Ribbon Army

Dragon Ball Z ? 13 films :

  1. Chasing Garlic
  2. The ice cream robot
  3. The fratricidal fight
  4. The threat of Namek
  5. Cooler’s Revenge
  6. 100,000 Metal Warriors
  7. L?offensive des cyborgs
  8. Broly the super warrior
  9. The Space Mercenaries
  10. Dangerous rivals
  11. super warrior attack
  12. Fusion
  13. The Dragon’s Attack

Special TV episodes

  1. Son Goku’s father
  2. Trunk’s story

Dragon Ball GT

  1. Dragon Ball GT: Hero’s Legacy

) [summary] => Through SaiyukeJanuary 18, 2022January 18, 2022 The new complete set of Dragon Ball, DBZ, and... [atom_content] =>


The new complete set of Dragon Ball, DBZ, and DBGT films already sold at ?49! It hasn’t even been released yet, but the next box containing all of the Dragon Ball films on Blu-ray goes from ?49.95 instead of ?59.95 on the Animus-Store! For comparison, the box is still on pre-order at ? 59.99 on Amazon.

Regarding the content of the Complete Box of Dragon Ball Films on Blu-ray, nothing new: it will contain all the films, as well as the two special TV episodes of the History of Trunks and Bardock. Only the films DBZ Battle of Gods (2013), DBZ the Resurrection of F (2015), as well as the OVAs of the Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans (2010) and Goku & his friends are back (2008) are absent.

No censorship, VOSTFR, and VF

  • Public: All public
  • Support : Coffret Blu-Ray
  • Format d?image : 16/9 Anamorphique
  • Sound: Japanese Stereo 2.0 + French Stereo 2.0
  • French subtitles
  • Number of movies: 20
  • Duration: 5:20 p.m.
  • Genres: Comedy, Nostalgia, Fighting, Action
  • Publisher: AB Video
  • Zone: B/2 (This DVD will probably not be able to be viewed outside of Europe).
  • Blu-Ray name : 7
  • Release date: March 30, 2022
  • Censorship: No (according to Amazon description)

Contents of the complete box set of the Dragon Ball films

Dragon Ball ? 4 films :

  1. The Legend Of Shenron (1986)
  2. The Devil’s Castle (1987)
  3. The Mystical Adventure (1988)
  4. Dragon Ball: The Red Ribbon Army

Dragon Ball Z ? 13 films :

  1. Chasing Garlic
  2. The ice cream robot
  3. The fratricidal fight
  4. The threat of Namek
  5. Cooler’s Revenge
  6. 100,000 Metal Warriors
  7. L?offensive des cyborgs
  8. Broly the super warrior
  9. The Space Mercenaries
  10. Dangerous rivals
  11. super warrior attack
  12. Fusion
  13. The Dragon’s Attack

Special TV episodes

  1. Son Goku’s father
  2. Trunk’s story

Dragon Ball GT

  1. Dragon Ball GT: Hero’s Legacy

[date_timestamp] => 1642541586 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => ?I felt insulted?: this Harry Potter actress did not return after the first film [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/i-felt-insulted-this-harry-potter-actress-did-not-return-after-the-first-film/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 18:58:10 +0000 [category] => MoviesactressfeltfilmHarryinsultedPotterreturn [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/i-felt-insulted-this-harry-potter-actress-did-not-return-after-the-first-film/ [description] => Corentin Palanchini –Head of Infotainment Passionate about Hollywood cinema from the 10s to the 70s,... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Corentin Palanchini

Head of Infotainment

Passionate about Hollywood cinema from the 10s to the 70s, he follows with interest the current evolution of the 7th Art industry, and watches everything that passes before his eyes: French comedy, thriller from the 90s, Palme d’or forgotten or films of the moment. And with the time he has left, series.

A Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone actress opens up about why she never returned to the saga after the first film. Playing a Professor at Hogwarts, she felt “insulted”.

Warner Bros.

How to wrinkle with a studio in one lesson? Ask for more money! A supporting role in Harry Potter at the Sorcerer’s Stone paid the price. Claiming what she felt was a fair wage for a franchise of this magnitude, this actress was simply ignored by the studio and never able to return after that feature debut.

It’s actress Zoë Wanamaker, best known for playing Rolanda Hooch, the broom teacher and Quidditch referee at Hogwarts. A theaterwoman and figure in British television (notably with the comedy series My Tribe, in which she played for 116 episodes), Wanamaker told the Telegraph in 2001, after the release of the first film in the saga:

Some actors signed contracts for three films, but there was so little money that I felt insulted and only signed for one. If they wanted me for a sequel, they were going to have to revise their numbers.

We know the rest: the actress was not called back for any of the following parts (yet there are 7) and Professor Hooch (Rolanda Hooch in VO) never returned to the film saga, not even as from another actress.


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Zoë Wanamaker as Professor Hooch

Wanamaker will however resume service (vocally) for video games Harry Potter: Mystery at Hogwarts, released in 2018, in which the player embodies a student of the famous school during his 7 years of lessons, and chronologically before Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

In the novels, Professor Hooch is regularly present, even in the room Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in which she still appears as a teacher at Hogwarts. On screen, however, she will never have the face of Zoë Wanamaker again.

Test your knowledge with our hardcore QUIZ on “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”:

) [summary] => Corentin Palanchini –Head of Infotainment Passionate about Hollywood cinema from the 10s to the 70s,... [atom_content] =>

Corentin Palanchini

Head of Infotainment

Passionate about Hollywood cinema from the 10s to the 70s, he follows with interest the current evolution of the 7th Art industry, and watches everything that passes before his eyes: French comedy, thriller from the 90s, Palme d’or forgotten or films of the moment. And with the time he has left, series.

A Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone actress opens up about why she never returned to the saga after the first film. Playing a Professor at Hogwarts, she felt “insulted”.

Warner Bros.

How to wrinkle with a studio in one lesson? Ask for more money! A supporting role in Harry Potter at the Sorcerer’s Stone paid the price. Claiming what she felt was a fair wage for a franchise of this magnitude, this actress was simply ignored by the studio and never able to return after that feature debut.

It’s actress Zoë Wanamaker, best known for playing Rolanda Hooch, the broom teacher and Quidditch referee at Hogwarts. A theaterwoman and figure in British television (notably with the comedy series My Tribe, in which she played for 116 episodes), Wanamaker told the Telegraph in 2001, after the release of the first film in the saga:

Some actors signed contracts for three films, but there was so little money that I felt insulted and only signed for one. If they wanted me for a sequel, they were going to have to revise their numbers.

We know the rest: the actress was not called back for any of the following parts (yet there are 7) and Professor Hooch (Rolanda Hooch in VO) never returned to the film saga, not even as from another actress.


Warner Bros.

Zoë Wanamaker as Professor Hooch

Wanamaker will however resume service (vocally) for video games Harry Potter: Mystery at Hogwarts, released in 2018, in which the player embodies a student of the famous school during his 7 years of lessons, and chronologically before Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

In the novels, Professor Hooch is regularly present, even in the room Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in which she still appears as a teacher at Hogwarts. On screen, however, she will never have the face of Zoë Wanamaker again.

Test your knowledge with our hardcore QUIZ on “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”:

[date_timestamp] => 1642532290 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => the best films of the tenth PIFFF [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-best-films-of-the-tenth-pifff/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 18:27:06 +0000 [category] => Moviesdvdfilmfilmsmovie theaterPIFFFseriestenthvideo games [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-best-films-of-the-tenth-pifff/ [description] => For its anniversary edition and after a cancellation, the PIFFF put the small dishes in... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

For its anniversary edition and after a cancellation, the PIFFF put the small dishes in the big and guts on the screen of Max Linder.

End-of-year rush obliges, it is with a little (a lot) delay that we return to our experience at the Paris International Fantastic Film Festival 2021, which was held from December 1 to 7 in… Paris. Its rich and often daring programming has been delighting genre lovers for ten years now, 11 years to be precise. The pandemic played spoilsport last year, reducing the festival to a retro edition before it was canceled outright. Fortunately, at the end of 2021, this edition fell through the cracks. A small selection of his most beautiful (and bloody) moments.

A theme came up regularly…

big hits

To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the festival invited (symbolically, given the situation) at the opening and closing two filmmakers dear to its identity: Alex de la Iglesia and Ben Wheatley. The first is in the process of unveiling to the world the first volume of the new horror anthology which he is co-producing, alongside Carolina Bang, Amazon and Sony: The Fear Collection. Son Venicephrenia, which he directed alone, had everything to inaugurate this saga in the making with great fanfare and seduce fans of his baroque and political cinema. Unfortunately, he often struggles to convert the essay, as we explain in our article about him.

The second, once erected as a little prodigy of genre cinema before losing his luster during his Hollywood career, returns to his first love with In the Earth. Although preceded by an uninviting reputation, he largely convinced the author of these lines, yet generally quite hermetic to the style of its director. It begins as a classic tale of folk-horror – a genre that blew the filmmaker up with Kill List – before taking a much more experimental direction and the opposite of other films “which talk about a pandemic” by exploring the connections between folklore and science (difficult to do more current!). All with a radicality that makes you think of the unloved Annihilation.

5G chips are starting to take effect

Obviously, the PIFFF could not resist the two recent big festival sensations: the highly anticipated Mad God and the pleasant surprise The Sadness. A literal descent into hell in the throes of war and a provocative and aggressive tripaille fair, particularly in its place in the programming, alongside the hilarious Category III Ebola Syndrome. We had already talked about it in a dedicated article and in our report of the Strange Festival.

A few suites have also joined the party, such as Wyrmwood: Apocalypse, Australian B series mixing zomblard film and sub-Mad Max frantic. The thunderous and very long last act entertains as much as it hurts the head. Greeted with suspicion after Viral, the 4th opus of the found-footage sketch film saga V/H/S has meanwhile satisfied fans of the first two parts. Unsurprisingly, the feature film remains uneven, but certain sketches, in particular those of Steven Kostanski (a naughty little interlude), Timo Tjahjanto (part of Doom super generous) and Chloe Okuno (the creepy, then funny creation of an urban legend), remain truly excellent. Hail Raatma.

Ambiance

always short

Impossible to ignore the selection of short films, still impressive and – we hope – revealing the great artists of tomorrow. The French section, made up almost exclusively of fairly long films, with one brilliant and hilarious exception, reflected a certain trend in French so-called “genre” cinema, the vision of a necessarily metaphorical, minimalist and very serious fantasy. Whether we share it or not, it had its success since it was its most direct representatives who won three prizes and a mention: The Wart and the varu.

On the international section side, the diversity and originality of the programming commanded respect. The various courts ranged from humble entertainment to aesthetic tour de force. If the public prize (the golden eye) rewarded the funniest of them, the incredibly inventive Cuckoo!, they were numerous to deserve honors of the same ilk.

Cuckoo! or comic efficiency

The animated movie Uncle, for example, tackles the question of child labor with an evocative power and a visual mastery that keeps him away from any demonstration of pathos. In the comedy department, the fun Shiny New World tries out the outmoded exercise of horrific parody (with here Evil Dead in the crosshairs), but adds an extra idea to stand out. In the same way The Relic embarks on the oh so difficult exercise of Lovecraftian terror, with success, since it reappropriates more a form of unveiling than precise figures. The result, full of effervescence and a very viscous gulp, will satisfy anyone who adores John Carpenter and Stuart Gordon.

Nevertheless, the most striking courts were also the most original. The post apo The Archivists begins as yet another vaguely denunciatory dystopia before branching off and taking us from the rear, for a daring and frankly moving celebration of popular art that will particularly affect music lovers. Finally, we were blown away by the awesome A Tale Best Forgotten, a technically staggering tale (we still wonder about the process), capable of inspiring terrible anxiety in barely three or four camera movements. It may be better forgotten, it will be remembered for a long time.

The moving beauty of A Tale Best Forgotten

Unexpected bull shots

Of course, we usually come to the PIFFF to take a few unexpected slaps, often ambushed in the competition. Even though the various retrospectives have made it possible to rediscover great films (Ebola Syndrome, The City of Lost Children, The Conveyor, Evil Dead Trap, Innocence, the always so funny Dobermann and many others) on one of the best screens in Paris, it is this selection that stands out the most, as she regularly takes back.

The proof with The Feast, an eco-friendly slow-burner filmed in Welsh, which could have fallen into the traps of the horrific “auteur” productions of the time, if it did not carefully avoid the traps set in order to nuance it thanks to millimetric writing and a setting scene having fun gradually smearing the wide format the devastating carelessness of human beings.

“Which bin should I recycle it in?”

Two films stood out according to the public, their votes and their reactions. Already, there is the big winner of this edition, the Golden Eye, the Bull directed by Paul Andrew Williams. The filmmaker, co-screenwriter of the sympathetic The Children and director of the engaging horror-comedy Welcome to the cottage, tries his hand at a gritty, even ruthless revenge thriller, the particularity of which (which above all must not be revealed) gives it much more ambitious implications. A real curiosity, very daring, which has since found refuge on the Shadowz platform. No more excuses, then.

Nevertheless, the biggest surprise of the festival will remain the screening of Stéphane, barely a few weeks after the end of its post-production, in world premiere therefore. A humorous found-footage produced by Monsieur Poulpe and Vanessa Brias and directed by the duo Timothée Hochet (Calls) / Lucas Pastor.

A project that has everything from a filmed sketch… until the writing envelops it in a good dose of uneasiness, considerably acidifying the bursts of laughter, to the point of flirting with an almost creepy fantasy! This kamikaze UFO should turn in festivals one more year before looking for a distributor. By then, it will have acquired a certain reputation, and the PIFFF 2022 will have announced its programming. We look forward.

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For its anniversary edition and after a cancellation, the PIFFF put the small dishes in the big and guts on the screen of Max Linder.

End-of-year rush obliges, it is with a little (a lot) delay that we return to our experience at the Paris International Fantastic Film Festival 2021, which was held from December 1 to 7 in… Paris. Its rich and often daring programming has been delighting genre lovers for ten years now, 11 years to be precise. The pandemic played spoilsport last year, reducing the festival to a retro edition before it was canceled outright. Fortunately, at the end of 2021, this edition fell through the cracks. A small selection of his most beautiful (and bloody) moments.

A theme came up regularly…

big hits

To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the festival invited (symbolically, given the situation) at the opening and closing two filmmakers dear to its identity: Alex de la Iglesia and Ben Wheatley. The first is in the process of unveiling to the world the first volume of the new horror anthology which he is co-producing, alongside Carolina Bang, Amazon and Sony: The Fear Collection. Son Venicephrenia, which he directed alone, had everything to inaugurate this saga in the making with great fanfare and seduce fans of his baroque and political cinema. Unfortunately, he often struggles to convert the essay, as we explain in our article about him.

The second, once erected as a little prodigy of genre cinema before losing his luster during his Hollywood career, returns to his first love with In the Earth. Although preceded by an uninviting reputation, he largely convinced the author of these lines, yet generally quite hermetic to the style of its director. It begins as a classic tale of folk-horror – a genre that blew the filmmaker up with Kill List – before taking a much more experimental direction and the opposite of other films “which talk about a pandemic” by exploring the connections between folklore and science (difficult to do more current!). All with a radicality that makes you think of the unloved Annihilation.

5G chips are starting to take effect

Obviously, the PIFFF could not resist the two recent big festival sensations: the highly anticipated Mad God and the pleasant surprise The Sadness. A literal descent into hell in the throes of war and a provocative and aggressive tripaille fair, particularly in its place in the programming, alongside the hilarious Category III Ebola Syndrome. We had already talked about it in a dedicated article and in our report of the Strange Festival.

A few suites have also joined the party, such as Wyrmwood: Apocalypse, Australian B series mixing zomblard film and sub-Mad Max frantic. The thunderous and very long last act entertains as much as it hurts the head. Greeted with suspicion after Viral, the 4th opus of the found-footage sketch film saga V/H/S has meanwhile satisfied fans of the first two parts. Unsurprisingly, the feature film remains uneven, but certain sketches, in particular those of Steven Kostanski (a naughty little interlude), Timo Tjahjanto (part of Doom super generous) and Chloe Okuno (the creepy, then funny creation of an urban legend), remain truly excellent. Hail Raatma.

Ambiance

always short

Impossible to ignore the selection of short films, still impressive and – we hope – revealing the great artists of tomorrow. The French section, made up almost exclusively of fairly long films, with one brilliant and hilarious exception, reflected a certain trend in French so-called “genre” cinema, the vision of a necessarily metaphorical, minimalist and very serious fantasy. Whether we share it or not, it had its success since it was its most direct representatives who won three prizes and a mention: The Wart and the varu.

On the international section side, the diversity and originality of the programming commanded respect. The various courts ranged from humble entertainment to aesthetic tour de force. If the public prize (the golden eye) rewarded the funniest of them, the incredibly inventive Cuckoo!, they were numerous to deserve honors of the same ilk.

Cuckoo! or comic efficiency

The animated movie Uncle, for example, tackles the question of child labor with an evocative power and a visual mastery that keeps him away from any demonstration of pathos. In the comedy department, the fun Shiny New World tries out the outmoded exercise of horrific parody (with here Evil Dead in the crosshairs), but adds an extra idea to stand out. In the same way The Relic embarks on the oh so difficult exercise of Lovecraftian terror, with success, since it reappropriates more a form of unveiling than precise figures. The result, full of effervescence and a very viscous gulp, will satisfy anyone who adores John Carpenter and Stuart Gordon.

Nevertheless, the most striking courts were also the most original. The post apo The Archivists begins as yet another vaguely denunciatory dystopia before branching off and taking us from the rear, for a daring and frankly moving celebration of popular art that will particularly affect music lovers. Finally, we were blown away by the awesome A Tale Best Forgotten, a technically staggering tale (we still wonder about the process), capable of inspiring terrible anxiety in barely three or four camera movements. It may be better forgotten, it will be remembered for a long time.

The moving beauty of A Tale Best Forgotten

Unexpected bull shots

Of course, we usually come to the PIFFF to take a few unexpected slaps, often ambushed in the competition. Even though the various retrospectives have made it possible to rediscover great films (Ebola Syndrome, The City of Lost Children, The Conveyor, Evil Dead Trap, Innocence, the always so funny Dobermann and many others) on one of the best screens in Paris, it is this selection that stands out the most, as she regularly takes back.

The proof with The Feast, an eco-friendly slow-burner filmed in Welsh, which could have fallen into the traps of the horrific “auteur” productions of the time, if it did not carefully avoid the traps set in order to nuance it thanks to millimetric writing and a setting scene having fun gradually smearing the wide format the devastating carelessness of human beings.

“Which bin should I recycle it in?”

Two films stood out according to the public, their votes and their reactions. Already, there is the big winner of this edition, the Golden Eye, the Bull directed by Paul Andrew Williams. The filmmaker, co-screenwriter of the sympathetic The Children and director of the engaging horror-comedy Welcome to the cottage, tries his hand at a gritty, even ruthless revenge thriller, the particularity of which (which above all must not be revealed) gives it much more ambitious implications. A real curiosity, very daring, which has since found refuge on the Shadowz platform. No more excuses, then.

Nevertheless, the biggest surprise of the festival will remain the screening of Stéphane, barely a few weeks after the end of its post-production, in world premiere therefore. A humorous found-footage produced by Monsieur Poulpe and Vanessa Brias and directed by the duo Timothée Hochet (Calls) / Lucas Pastor.

A project that has everything from a filmed sketch… until the writing envelops it in a good dose of uneasiness, considerably acidifying the bursts of laughter, to the point of flirting with an almost creepy fantasy! This kamikaze UFO should turn in festivals one more year before looking for a distributor. By then, it will have acquired a certain reputation, and the PIFFF 2022 will have announced its programming. We look forward.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642530426 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => the second edition of Reims Polar will take place from April 5 to 10, 2022 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-second-edition-of-reims-polar-will-take-place-from-april-5-to-10-2022/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 17:56:06 +0000 [category] => MoviesAPRILEditionplacepolarReims [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/the-second-edition-of-reims-polar-will-take-place-from-april-5-to-10-2022/ [description] => There will be an air of the Cannes festival in Reims in April. Carpet and... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There will be an air of the Cannes festival in Reims in April. Carpet and red and movie stars will occupy the Opéraims for the 2nd edition of the detective film festival. On the program: film screening, photocall, award ceremony and masterclass.

The detective film festival will therefore take up residence in Reims. After Cognac (1982-2007) then Beaune (2008-2019), in 2021, the festival had taken up residence for the first time in Reims.

An edition of Reims Polar entirely dematerialized because of the covid: film screenings were done online and personalities from the world of cinema did not make the trip to Reims. Despite this, the festival revealed two films that were subsequently successful in cinemas: “Black Box” with Pierre Niney and “The law of Tehran” (over 300,000 entries).

This year, the festival will take place in Reims. The organizers have been working on it since the end of the previous edition. “You have to organize security, production, hotels, the police… It’s a huge job, it takes time!”, confides Bruno Barde, the director of the festival.

For the first edition physically in Reims, he insists on the fact that this festival is intended for the people of Reims. “The festival is made for the general public. The public of Reims must seize the festival. Reims is lucky to have the Opéraims, eleven superb cinemas, we are going to use seven of them”.

The festival is made for the general public. The public of Reims must seize the festival

Bruno Barde – festival director

It is impossible to know which films will be screened at the festival: the list is being drawn up. And the choice is vast for the director of the festival. “7,000 films are released each year worldwide”. It promises an eclectic selection, “there will be French films of course, but also Asian, Hungarian, Polish… It’s wonderful to discover countries, habits, all in the thriller genre, with an investigation that guarantees that you won’t get bored not”.

It’s wonderful to discover countries, habits, all in the thriller genre, with an investigation that guarantees that you won’t get bored

Bruno Barde – festival director

The films will be presented in several categories: those in competition, decided by a jury, “new blood” films which approach the thriller from a new angle, and the category out of competition. “All films will be unreleased. guarantees Bruno Barde who says to himself “happy to find films and reveal talents to the public, so that they leave the cinema happy”. It will be necessary to wait 15 days to a month before the start of the festival to know the films selected to participate.

The list of jury members is also being drawn up. The mystery is complete as to who will succeed Jacques Weber as president of the jury. In any case, several juries will decide between the films. In particular one composed only of professional police officers.

The month of April will therefore not only be synonymous with the presidential election, but also with cinema. With Reims as the capital.

) [summary] => There will be an air of the Cannes festival in Reims in April. Carpet and... [atom_content] =>

There will be an air of the Cannes festival in Reims in April. Carpet and red and movie stars will occupy the Opéraims for the 2nd edition of the detective film festival. On the program: film screening, photocall, award ceremony and masterclass.

The detective film festival will therefore take up residence in Reims. After Cognac (1982-2007) then Beaune (2008-2019), in 2021, the festival had taken up residence for the first time in Reims.

An edition of Reims Polar entirely dematerialized because of the covid: film screenings were done online and personalities from the world of cinema did not make the trip to Reims. Despite this, the festival revealed two films that were subsequently successful in cinemas: “Black Box” with Pierre Niney and “The law of Tehran” (over 300,000 entries).

This year, the festival will take place in Reims. The organizers have been working on it since the end of the previous edition. “You have to organize security, production, hotels, the police… It’s a huge job, it takes time!”, confides Bruno Barde, the director of the festival.

For the first edition physically in Reims, he insists on the fact that this festival is intended for the people of Reims. “The festival is made for the general public. The public of Reims must seize the festival. Reims is lucky to have the Opéraims, eleven superb cinemas, we are going to use seven of them”.

The festival is made for the general public. The public of Reims must seize the festival

Bruno Barde – festival director

It is impossible to know which films will be screened at the festival: the list is being drawn up. And the choice is vast for the director of the festival. “7,000 films are released each year worldwide”. It promises an eclectic selection, “there will be French films of course, but also Asian, Hungarian, Polish… It’s wonderful to discover countries, habits, all in the thriller genre, with an investigation that guarantees that you won’t get bored not”.

It’s wonderful to discover countries, habits, all in the thriller genre, with an investigation that guarantees that you won’t get bored

Bruno Barde – festival director

The films will be presented in several categories: those in competition, decided by a jury, “new blood” films which approach the thriller from a new angle, and the category out of competition. “All films will be unreleased. guarantees Bruno Barde who says to himself “happy to find films and reveal talents to the public, so that they leave the cinema happy”. It will be necessary to wait 15 days to a month before the start of the festival to know the films selected to participate.

The list of jury members is also being drawn up. The mystery is complete as to who will succeed Jacques Weber as president of the jury. In any case, several juries will decide between the films. In particular one composed only of professional police officers.

The month of April will therefore not only be synonymous with the presidential election, but also with cinema. With Reims as the capital.

[date_timestamp] => 1642528566 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Jared Leto Wants A Solo Film About His Character (And That?s No Joke) [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/jared-leto-wants-a-solo-film-about-his-character-and-thats-no-joke/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 15:19:15 +0000 [category] => MoviescharacterdvdfilmJaredjokeLetomovie theaterseriessolovideo games [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/jared-leto-wants-a-solo-film-about-his-character-and-thats-no-joke/ [description] => Jared Leto would love to play Paolo Gucci again in a prequel toHouse of Gucci... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Jared Leto would love to play Paolo Gucci again in a prequel toHouse of Gucci centered on his character with Al Pacino.

We’re still trying to figure out what happened with Jared Leto on the set ofHouse of Gucci, a fictionalized biopic by Ridley Scott about the assassination of Maurizio Gucci by Patrizia Reggiani, and the latter’s attempted takeover of the Gucci brand. Crazy physical transformations are a formality for Jared Leto, who can lose 30 pounds, shave his eyebrows, and wax his body in an effort to best portray a transgender person (he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club).

The public was therefore impatient to see him as a black sheep of Italian luxury. If we were not won over by his Paolo Gucci (nor by House of Gucci in general, which has been criticized), it seems that some of the spectators were seduced by his “campy” interpretation, including exaggerated and sometimes kitsch. In any case enough to give the actor ideas for a prequel to the film, still in the role of Paolo.

Bad Taste Doesn’t Splash Adam Driver

“I would like to do a prequel to House of Gucci. We would call it ‘Just the Two of Us'” expressed the actor during an interview within The Jess Cagle Show on the chain Sirius XM. The title would be a reference to Paolo Gucci’s desire to create his own brand far from the influence of his family, crossed by fratricidal struggles. This title could also mean the desire for a prequel centered on the character of Paolo and his relationship with his father Aldo, played by Al Pacino.

Jared Leto has also revealed a filming anecdote about his collaboration with the legendary actor. In costume and unrecognizable with his makeup during the first days of filming, he would have surprised the actor:

“I walked up to him and said ‘dad’, he walked away, thinking I was just some weird Italian dude trying to get an autograph out of him or something. I walked over of him two or three times to talk to him and finally someone whispered to him ‘It’s Paolo, and it’s Jared below’ and he started saying ‘My son, my son’ and he fell on the ground. He was stunned.”

First assigned to another character, Jared Leto felt connected to the misunderstood Paolo

Jared Leto seems to think that there is enough left to tell about Paolo Gucci, starting with his desire to create a line different from the standards of his family despite the teasing of the latter. On our side, we are not sure we want to review his Luigi accent apart from a feature film devoted to Mario Kart.

The heart ofHouse of Gucci was the eccentric of a wacky, dramatic Italian family, and Jared Leto probably contributed to that sense of grotesque, yet interesting exaggeration. However, the best jokes are also the shortest, and a film of more than 2h30 will have been enough to bring us satiety. House of Gucci is still in a few theaters in France at the start of 2022. And if you can’t wait to see Jared Leto again with prosthetics, Morbius will be in theaters on March 30, 2022.

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Jared Leto would love to play Paolo Gucci again in a prequel toHouse of Gucci centered on his character with Al Pacino.

We’re still trying to figure out what happened with Jared Leto on the set ofHouse of Gucci, a fictionalized biopic by Ridley Scott about the assassination of Maurizio Gucci by Patrizia Reggiani, and the latter’s attempted takeover of the Gucci brand. Crazy physical transformations are a formality for Jared Leto, who can lose 30 pounds, shave his eyebrows, and wax his body in an effort to best portray a transgender person (he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club).

The public was therefore impatient to see him as a black sheep of Italian luxury. If we were not won over by his Paolo Gucci (nor by House of Gucci in general, which has been criticized), it seems that some of the spectators were seduced by his “campy” interpretation, including exaggerated and sometimes kitsch. In any case enough to give the actor ideas for a prequel to the film, still in the role of Paolo.

Bad Taste Doesn’t Splash Adam Driver

“I would like to do a prequel to House of Gucci. We would call it ‘Just the Two of Us'” expressed the actor during an interview within The Jess Cagle Show on the chain Sirius XM. The title would be a reference to Paolo Gucci’s desire to create his own brand far from the influence of his family, crossed by fratricidal struggles. This title could also mean the desire for a prequel centered on the character of Paolo and his relationship with his father Aldo, played by Al Pacino.

Jared Leto has also revealed a filming anecdote about his collaboration with the legendary actor. In costume and unrecognizable with his makeup during the first days of filming, he would have surprised the actor:

“I walked up to him and said ‘dad’, he walked away, thinking I was just some weird Italian dude trying to get an autograph out of him or something. I walked over of him two or three times to talk to him and finally someone whispered to him ‘It’s Paolo, and it’s Jared below’ and he started saying ‘My son, my son’ and he fell on the ground. He was stunned.”

First assigned to another character, Jared Leto felt connected to the misunderstood Paolo

Jared Leto seems to think that there is enough left to tell about Paolo Gucci, starting with his desire to create a line different from the standards of his family despite the teasing of the latter. On our side, we are not sure we want to review his Luigi accent apart from a feature film devoted to Mario Kart.

The heart ofHouse of Gucci was the eccentric of a wacky, dramatic Italian family, and Jared Leto probably contributed to that sense of grotesque, yet interesting exaggeration. However, the best jokes are also the shortest, and a film of more than 2h30 will have been enough to bring us satiety. House of Gucci is still in a few theaters in France at the start of 2022. And if you can’t wait to see Jared Leto again with prosthetics, Morbius will be in theaters on March 30, 2022.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642519155 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Joss Whedon returns to his accusations and knocks out the actors of the film [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/joss-whedon-returns-to-his-accusations-and-knocks-out-the-actors-of-the-film/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 13:47:00 +0000 [category] => MoviesaccusationsactorsdvdfilmJossknocksmovie theaterreturnsseriesvideo gamesWhedon [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/joss-whedon-returns-to-his-accusations-and-knocks-out-the-actors-of-the-film/ [description] => Joss Whedon, director of Justice League, is again talked about by returning to the accusations... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Joss Whedon, director of Justice League, is again talked about by returning to the accusations against him.

First thrown through storylines where he was uncredited in the early part of the 90s, Joss Whedon’s career explodes in the second part of the decade by co-writing the screenplay Toy Story first of the name, and by launching the legendary series buffy the vampire slayer in 1997. Adored and immediate success, the fantasy action series established the man as one of the most influential screenwriters of the late 90s and 2000s.

His popularity will lead him to the realization of some feature films, including the first two films Avengers, the first meetings of superheroes in the MCU. His light style and his chiseled dialogues will lead him to be requisitioned by Warner for resume post-production as well as the reshoots of the Justice League by Zack Snyder. However, the end of the 2010s was one hell of a relapse for the artist.

The Whedon Affair, aka Pandora’s Box

Indeed, Joss Whedon was at the heart of several accusations of harassment on the set of Buffy – in particular through remarks on the curves of women on the set – threats against actresses on the set of the spin-off series Angel – the creator allegedly threatened to destroy the careers of people who disagreed with him – and his ex-wife’s statements that Whedon was using the feminist cover he inherited from his work on Buffy to attract young women.

Indictments which came to support those of which he had been the subject for several months following the release of his Justice League, where the director would have had inappropriate actions on the set of the reshoots. Actress Gal Gadot claimed to have received sexist remarks as well as threats to jeopardize her career if she did not follow her instructions to the letter. Similarly, actor Ray Fisher was allegedly the victim of abusive remarks on the set as well as a copious and unfair reduction of his presence in the film.

Faced with these accusations and the union of different actors from Joss Whedon’s previous creations who support the veracity of these different statements, the showrunner purposely distanced himself from the media for a while.

Ray Fisher on offense

joss whedon settles accounts

However, journalist Lila Shapiro recently had the opportunity, for the New York Magazine, to talk at length with the director/screenwriter. The way to return in detail to the various accusations against the creator of Buffy, but also on part of his private life and how it may have influenced his behavior. But even more, Whedon even took the opportunity to settle accounts with the Justice League team commenting on the accusations of Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher.

As for Gal Gadot: “I don’t threaten people: who does that? […] English is not his mother tongue [sous-entendre qu’elle a pu mal le comprendre, ndlr] and I tend to be more sophisticated in my statements.” As for Ray Fisher’s public statements: “[Ces déclarations ne sont] neither true nor deserved. […] We are talking about a malevolent force. We’re talking about a bad actor in both senses of the word.”

Joss Whedon therefore raises the possibility that Wonder Woman actress just didn’t understand what he said to her on the set, taking for threats what was not, what Gal Gadot has already refuted with the same New York Magazine claiming to have understood very well. As for Ray Fisher, the director insists on the fact that if the actor was cut in part from the cinema version, it was only for reasons of play and coherence in the story, a feeling that would have been shared by feedback during test screenings of the film.

Unity is strength

what future for Whedon?

Joss Whedon therefore clearly highlights his feelings about the acting of the actor to defend himself from his actions on the set and after. The interpreter of Cyborg, in response to the director’s counterattack, tweeted :

“It looks like Joss Whedon has decided to bury himself. Instead of responding to lies and antics today, I prefer to celebrate the legacy of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Tomorrow, I resume the job.”

In the introduction to his tweet, Ray Fisher implies, with irony and acidity, that Whedon’s career is unlikely to recover from this statement, and that instead of wrapping up a phase of the MCU or DCEU, it will have instead ended its own future in film. In the article of New York Magazine, Whedon also spoke of the impressive roller coaster his career has had following his accusations:

Long after Buffy’s feminism…

“I don’t know who started this. […] I was made a target because of my ex-wife and people cynically exploited that. […] The beginning of the internet made me a star and the modern internet has brought me down. […] I think I’m one of the friendliest showrunners ever.”

Joss Whedon therefore continues to defend himself against the various criticisms he has suffered, even though he admits to having sometimes behaved inappropriately on the set of Buffy especially. Difficult to know what the future will hold for the showrunner, who has already had to abandon the series The Nevers, because of all these controversies. As for Gal Gadot, his career does not seem ready to stop since it was recently affiliated with the production of a remake of an Alfred Hitchcock film.

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Joss Whedon, director of Justice League, is again talked about by returning to the accusations against him.

First thrown through storylines where he was uncredited in the early part of the 90s, Joss Whedon’s career explodes in the second part of the decade by co-writing the screenplay Toy Story first of the name, and by launching the legendary series buffy the vampire slayer in 1997. Adored and immediate success, the fantasy action series established the man as one of the most influential screenwriters of the late 90s and 2000s.

His popularity will lead him to the realization of some feature films, including the first two films Avengers, the first meetings of superheroes in the MCU. His light style and his chiseled dialogues will lead him to be requisitioned by Warner for resume post-production as well as the reshoots of the Justice League by Zack Snyder. However, the end of the 2010s was one hell of a relapse for the artist.

The Whedon Affair, aka Pandora’s Box

Indeed, Joss Whedon was at the heart of several accusations of harassment on the set of Buffy – in particular through remarks on the curves of women on the set – threats against actresses on the set of the spin-off series Angel – the creator allegedly threatened to destroy the careers of people who disagreed with him – and his ex-wife’s statements that Whedon was using the feminist cover he inherited from his work on Buffy to attract young women.

Indictments which came to support those of which he had been the subject for several months following the release of his Justice League, where the director would have had inappropriate actions on the set of the reshoots. Actress Gal Gadot claimed to have received sexist remarks as well as threats to jeopardize her career if she did not follow her instructions to the letter. Similarly, actor Ray Fisher was allegedly the victim of abusive remarks on the set as well as a copious and unfair reduction of his presence in the film.

Faced with these accusations and the union of different actors from Joss Whedon’s previous creations who support the veracity of these different statements, the showrunner purposely distanced himself from the media for a while.

Ray Fisher on offense

joss whedon settles accounts

However, journalist Lila Shapiro recently had the opportunity, for the New York Magazine, to talk at length with the director/screenwriter. The way to return in detail to the various accusations against the creator of Buffy, but also on part of his private life and how it may have influenced his behavior. But even more, Whedon even took the opportunity to settle accounts with the Justice League team commenting on the accusations of Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher.

As for Gal Gadot: “I don’t threaten people: who does that? […] English is not his mother tongue [sous-entendre qu’elle a pu mal le comprendre, ndlr] and I tend to be more sophisticated in my statements.” As for Ray Fisher’s public statements: “[Ces déclarations ne sont] neither true nor deserved. […] We are talking about a malevolent force. We’re talking about a bad actor in both senses of the word.”

Joss Whedon therefore raises the possibility that Wonder Woman actress just didn’t understand what he said to her on the set, taking for threats what was not, what Gal Gadot has already refuted with the same New York Magazine claiming to have understood very well. As for Ray Fisher, the director insists on the fact that if the actor was cut in part from the cinema version, it was only for reasons of play and coherence in the story, a feeling that would have been shared by feedback during test screenings of the film.

Unity is strength

what future for Whedon?

Joss Whedon therefore clearly highlights his feelings about the acting of the actor to defend himself from his actions on the set and after. The interpreter of Cyborg, in response to the director’s counterattack, tweeted :

“It looks like Joss Whedon has decided to bury himself. Instead of responding to lies and antics today, I prefer to celebrate the legacy of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Tomorrow, I resume the job.”

In the introduction to his tweet, Ray Fisher implies, with irony and acidity, that Whedon’s career is unlikely to recover from this statement, and that instead of wrapping up a phase of the MCU or DCEU, it will have instead ended its own future in film. In the article of New York Magazine, Whedon also spoke of the impressive roller coaster his career has had following his accusations:

Long after Buffy’s feminism…

“I don’t know who started this. […] I was made a target because of my ex-wife and people cynically exploited that. […] The beginning of the internet made me a star and the modern internet has brought me down. […] I think I’m one of the friendliest showrunners ever.”

Joss Whedon therefore continues to defend himself against the various criticisms he has suffered, even though he admits to having sometimes behaved inappropriately on the set of Buffy especially. Difficult to know what the future will hold for the showrunner, who has already had to abandon the series The Nevers, because of all these controversies. As for Gal Gadot, his career does not seem ready to stop since it was recently affiliated with the production of a remake of an Alfred Hitchcock film.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642513620 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => 8 Moments Disney Hates In Their Own Movies [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/8-moments-disney-hates-in-their-own-movies/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 18 Jan 2022 13:16:09 +0000 [category] => Moviesdisneyhatesmomentsmovies [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/movies/8-moments-disney-hates-in-their-own-movies/ [description] => From the birth of the small Disney studio in 1923 carried by its mascot Mickey... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

From the birth of the small Disney studio in 1923 carried by its mascot Mickey Mouse, to the entertainment empire it is today, there has been a long way. Takeovers of studios, controversies, but above all, more than 120 films brought to the screen and now streaming on its SVOD Disney + platform.

With this list of feature films as long as your arm, certain scenes have sometimes provoked the ire of spectators, while others have simply been cut during editing. But beyond certain controversial passages, it happened that the creator himself, Walt Disney, hated certain scenes, certain characters, even his own films. Here are 8 facts.

#1 The aesthetics of 101 Dalmatians

If the film is the first to have used xerography, which is a technique allowing to reproduce elements in unlimited number, thus making it possible to transpose on the screen all the puppies, its style did not please Walt Disney. Considered too “scribbled”, the film’s aesthetic was strongly criticized by Walt, saying in the book Before the Animation Begins : The Art and Lives of Disney Inspirational Sketch Artists that he didn’t want”never have one of those damn things again“.

#2 Pollyanna

Released in 1960, Pollyanna tells the story of an orphan who arrives in the small town of Harrington to live with her wealthy aunt, Polly Harrington. In live action, the film is far from being the best known of the firm with big ears. His title, moreover, did not please the founder of the firm, deeming it too soft for success with male audiences.

#3 DIngo

A cult character in the Disney universe, Goofy is one of the oldest, along with Donald, Daisy, Mickey, Minnie and Pluto, with whom he formed the Sensational Six. However, if he is a flagship mascot of the studio, and one of the most important representatives, Walt Disney never liked the character, deeming him too clumsy, and claiming he represented a step backwards for the studio.

#4 the iconic spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp

The Lady and the Tramp would be nothing, or almost, without its mythical and romantic spaghetti scene. Yet this cult scene almost never saw the light of day. Indeed, Disney did not want it to be integrated during the presentation of the script. According to him, the latter seemed ridiculous for the simple reason that animals do not share food, but fight for it. Finally, he will validate the idea by seeing the animated scene.

#5 Alice in Wonderland

resolutely cult, Alice in Wonderland is a Disney classic, so much so that it was remade in live action by Tim Burton in 2010. But when the original cartoon was released in 1951, critics criticized it for its lack of a script, and Alice’s personality. Walt Disney later validated what the press said in Leonard Maltin’s book: The Disney Films, admitting that he too has never been able to grasp the character of his heroine.

But more, it is all the feature film with psychedelic accents that the creator of the firm did not appreciate. Years after the film’s failure at the box office, he tried to distance himself from the project claiming that he never wanted to do it. A form of unassumed kinship. Cruel Walt?

#6 Peter Pan personality

Yes the movies Peter Pan is adored for the universe of its imaginary country and its atmosphere, Disney hardly appreciated its main character, finding him cold and lacking in empathy, as author Bob Thomas reports in his biography Walt Disney : An American Original.

#7 The fairies of sleeping beauty

3 in number, the fairies of The Sleeping Beauty were originally to be seven in number, like the dwarfs in Snow White, Walt Disney even wanted them all to look alike. Finally, although unconvinced, he decided to accept the proposal of his leaders to reduce the number to three, because it was more “exciting”.

#8 Sequels to the original films

Why wasn’t there a sequel to a cult cartoon from the big-eared firm for a long time? Because Walt himself was resistant to this idea, judging that a continuation of a project was not worth it since there is nothing new to bring. We had to wait until 1990 and Bernard and Bianca in kangaroo country, continuation of Adventures of Bernard and Bianca, to see the first official sequel to a Disney.

) [summary] => From the birth of the small Disney studio in 1923 carried by its mascot Mickey... [atom_content] =>

From the birth of the small Disney studio in 1923 carried by its mascot Mickey Mouse, to the entertainment empire it is today, there has been a long way. Takeovers of studios, controversies, but above all, more than 120 films brought to the screen and now streaming on its SVOD Disney + platform.

With this list of feature films as long as your arm, certain scenes have sometimes provoked the ire of spectators, while others have simply been cut during editing. But beyond certain controversial passages, it happened that the creator himself, Walt Disney, hated certain scenes, certain characters, even his own films. Here are 8 facts.

#1 The aesthetics of 101 Dalmatians

If the film is the first to have used xerography, which is a technique allowing to reproduce elements in unlimited number, thus making it possible to transpose on the screen all the puppies, its style did not please Walt Disney. Considered too “scribbled”, the film’s aesthetic was strongly criticized by Walt, saying in the book Before the Animation Begins : The Art and Lives of Disney Inspirational Sketch Artists that he didn’t want”never have one of those damn things again“.

#2 Pollyanna

Released in 1960, Pollyanna tells the story of an orphan who arrives in the small town of Harrington to live with her wealthy aunt, Polly Harrington. In live action, the film is far from being the best known of the firm with big ears. His title, moreover, did not please the founder of the firm, deeming it too soft for success with male audiences.

#3 DIngo

A cult character in the Disney universe, Goofy is one of the oldest, along with Donald, Daisy, Mickey, Minnie and Pluto, with whom he formed the Sensational Six. However, if he is a flagship mascot of the studio, and one of the most important representatives, Walt Disney never liked the character, deeming him too clumsy, and claiming he represented a step backwards for the studio.

#4 the iconic spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp

The Lady and the Tramp would be nothing, or almost, without its mythical and romantic spaghetti scene. Yet this cult scene almost never saw the light of day. Indeed, Disney did not want it to be integrated during the presentation of the script. According to him, the latter seemed ridiculous for the simple reason that animals do not share food, but fight for it. Finally, he will validate the idea by seeing the animated scene.

#5 Alice in Wonderland

resolutely cult, Alice in Wonderland is a Disney classic, so much so that it was remade in live action by Tim Burton in 2010. But when the original cartoon was released in 1951, critics criticized it for its lack of a script, and Alice’s personality. Walt Disney later validated what the press said in Leonard Maltin’s book: The Disney Films, admitting that he too has never been able to grasp the character of his heroine.

But more, it is all the feature film with psychedelic accents that the creator of the firm did not appreciate. Years after the film’s failure at the box office, he tried to distance himself from the project claiming that he never wanted to do it. A form of unassumed kinship. Cruel Walt?

#6 Peter Pan personality

Yes the movies Peter Pan is adored for the universe of its imaginary country and its atmosphere, Disney hardly appreciated its main character, finding him cold and lacking in empathy, as author Bob Thomas reports in his biography Walt Disney : An American Original.

#7 The fairies of sleeping beauty

3 in number, the fairies of The Sleeping Beauty were originally to be seven in number, like the dwarfs in Snow White, Walt Disney even wanted them all to look alike. Finally, although unconvinced, he decided to accept the proposal of his leaders to reduce the number to three, because it was more “exciting”.

#8 Sequels to the original films

Why wasn’t there a sequel to a cult cartoon from the big-eared firm for a long time? Because Walt himself was resistant to this idea, judging that a continuation of a project was not worth it since there is nothing new to bring. We had to wait until 1990 and Bernard and Bianca in kangaroo country, continuation of Adventures of Bernard and Bianca, to see the first official sequel to a Disney.

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