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Brad Anderson Set To Direct Gary Whitta-Scripted 'FATE'

EXCLUSIVE: Brad Anderson has been set by financier-producer Amasia Entertainment to direct FATE, an original script by Gary Whitta, the scribe who wrote  The Book Of Eli… 171 more words

Breaking News

Shutter Island vs. Stonehearst Asylum

The inmates are running the asylum, and an outsider has come knocking.

These are films of doubt, pretence, perception of reality, questions of the mind, and where exactly one draws the line between the sane and the insane. 797 more words

Entertainment

Brad Anderson & Marmaduke: Just Dog Gone Funny

One year ago today, the world lost one of its most talented cartoonists — Brad Anderson, creator of my second favourite Great Dane, Marmaduke.

Scooby Doo is of course my favourite of the Gentle Giants, but Marmaduke has always been a close follow-up. 793 more words

Art & Artists

VIDEO: Alabama back Brad Anderson runs for two 99-yard TDs in same game

Brad Anderson became the first player in Alabama High School Athletic Association history to run two 99-yard touchdowns in the same game Friday as Bob Jones (Madison) downed Dorman (S.C.), 35-14. 87 more words

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Review Brew: Teen Titans: Earth One Vol. 2

Writer: Jeff Lemire
Art: Andy McDonald, Brad Anderson
$22.99
DC Comics

Apparently we’re still doing Earth One, with Teen Titans getting a sequel that’s slightly expanded DC’s still-uncertain prestige line. 749 more words

Comics And Comic News

The Machinist (2004)

Christian Bale plays an insomniac haunted by hallucinations and a constant feeling of deja vu. When he discovers a series of cryptic notes left for him by an unknown figure, he begins to fear for his sanity. 140 more words

Film

100 Day Film Challenge - Day 12 | The Machinist (2004)

 The Machinist is centered on the story of a man named Trevor Reznik (Christian Bale), who hasn’t slept for a year. Seriously, A YEAR. He’s skin and bones, and he finds random Post-It notes in his house and sees a man at work that may or may not exist. 81 more words

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