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Oct 23, 2023

Perhaps it was David Bowie’s refusal to cooperate with director Todd Haynes which set the latter’s third feature film on its ultimate course toward greatness. Despite the efforts of believers Michael Stipe (himself among the film’s producers) and Kim Gordon to persuade Bowie otherwise, the rock icon ultimately declined to participate in the film’s production, denying Haynes the rights to such classic tracks as “Lady Stardust,” “All the Young Dudes,” and “Lady Grinning Soul,” and prompting him to explore more elaborate creative avenues. More

Jun 13, 2019

Doctor Sleep is the long-awaited sequel to The Shining and it stars Ewan McGregor as an adult version of Danny Torrrance, who in the original 1980 movie was a boy and the son of Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson). Now the first trailer has been shared. More

Nov 03, 2016

Trainspotting 2 (or T2 Trainspotting as they seem to be calling it), the long-awaited sequel to the beloved Scottish cult classic from 1996, started shooting back in May and in July we were treated to a new teaser trailer that didn’t show much footage from the movie, beyond the main original cast (Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller, and Ewen Bremner) standing on a rural train platform, in reference to an iconic shot in the original film. More

“Trainspotting 2” Starts Shooting, Cast and Release Date Confirmed via Teaser Video

Ewan McGregor and Danny Boyle Return on January 27, 2017

May 16, 2016

Trainspotting 2, the long-awaited sequel to the beloved Scottish cult classic from 1996, started shooting today. In honor of the first day of shooting a teaser trailer has been shared. It doesn’t feature any new footage of course, just highlights of the original movie, but it does confirm the cast and release date. More


Apr 21, 2017

There’s nothing like an artsy pee montage to signify the golden age of television. Fargo‘s third season frequently renders the disgusting, the mundane, or the banal into richly cinematic sequences, to gloriously ironic effect. More