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Movie Ramblings: Interstellar

I know it’s a bit of a strange comparison but in Spaceballs, President Skroob explains his habit of running everywhere saying: “The ship is too big. 1,138 more words


HBO's Westworld Halts Production

HBO has temporarily halted production on its long-gestating television adaptation of Westworld, claiming that writers/executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy need more time to fine tune the final four scripts for the series’ first season.

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'Westworld' Production Pause Won't Affect HBO Series' $12M Tax Credits

HBO’s two-month Westworld shut-down won’t prevent the high-priced drama from getting millions in tax incentives. Sources inform Deadline that the pause to allow EPs Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy a breather to finish four final scripts won’t endanger… 405 more words


HBO's 'Westworld' Shuts Down Production, Still Targeting 2016 Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Production has been temporarily shut down on HBO’s highly anticipated drama “Westworld,” sources tell Variety.

The ambitious project, which¬†doesn’t have an official premiere date, was shuttered for two months so executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy can catch up on the final four scripts. 272 more words


Movie Quote of the Day - The Prestige, 2006 (dir. Christopher Nolan)

Robert Angier: I need something impossible.
Nikola Tesla: You’re familiar with a phrase ‘Man’s reach exceeds his grasp’? It’s a lie. Man’s grasp exceeds his nerve.

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Scenes I Love: The Prestige

David Bowie has passed away and the world is much less brighter with his passing.

While I’ve been a fan of most of David Bowie’s music, I consider myself more of a fan of his rare appearances playing other characters in other people’s films. 203 more words


Season 5 of "Person of Interest" likely to be last, says J.J. Abrams

Person of Interest has yet to broadcast its fifth season premiere, but executive producer J.J. Abrams believes that the upcoming season will be the show’s last. 205 more words