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The Power of Negative Thinking

I told myself once when I am properly ensconced in the right job that I would take steps to do more of the things I love… 281 more words


Rian Johnson will wield the Force.

Despite Harrison Ford’s setback, production on “Star Wars Episode VII” is underway with J.J. Abrams directing and providing a screenplay alongside Lawrence Kasdan. Though details on what the new installment are very hush-hush, the film is assembling a cast that reunites the memorable characters from the original 1970s trilogy with a collection of fresh and talented faces to carry on the “Star Wars” legacy 30 years after “Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.” A new development has just come in regarding the direction of the franchise; “Star Wars Episode VIII,” will not be directed by J.J. 125 more words

Star Wars: From the Empire to an Ankle Far, Far Away

A few mishaps, from broken bones to awkward Chancellors, showcase how well the Star Wars resurgence is actually going…

UPDATE : Since publication, it’s been revealed by none other than Harrison Ford’s publicist that the Hollywood icon actually broke his leg colliding with a door.   1,148 more words


Is Red Five the first standalone film?

There have been some conflicting rumours regarding the overall schedule for the upcoming standalone films. The leaked Hasbro schedule listed Boba Fett for 2016, Solo… 523 more words

Lawrence Kasdan

Josh Trank Will Be Directing the Second Star Wars Spin-Off

The first two Star Wars spin-off films have directors!  First Godzilla’s Gareth Edwards was contracted to helm the first spin-off and now Chronicle’s Josh Trank has been signed to direct the second.  295 more words


153 - Body Heat (1981)

After one of the earliest examples of film noir, the next entry in Roger Ebert’s The Great Movies – Lawrence Kasdan’s Body Heat – is a great instance of neo-noir, the pseudo-genre that has grown out of those movies like… 531 more words


The Big Chill (1983)

The most common complaint about this movie is that whatever its merits—and there are many—it doesn’t go anywhere. It’s a valid comment. Most of the characters haven’t changed significantly by the end of the movie. 186 more words