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Inside George Lucas’ star-studded 80th birthday bash — with ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Indiana Jones’-themed music and emcee Steve Martin - nypost.com - county Martin - Washington - Indiana - San Francisco - county Rock - county Harrison - county Ford - county Davis
nypost.com
20.05.2024 / 21:49

Inside George Lucas’ star-studded 80th birthday bash — with ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Indiana Jones’-themed music and emcee Steve Martin

Skywalker Ranch, located roughly 40 minutes north of San Francisco, from 6 p.m. to midnight. Owned by Lucas, Skywalker Ranch is home to a main house, the man-made Lake Ewok, and Skywalker Sound, the 153,000-square-foot postproduction facility that has a 300-seat theater.

’Ernest Cole: Lost and Found’ Director Raoul Peck: ‘There Is a Fight to Be Had About the State of the World’ - variety.com - USA - Russia - South Africa - Switzerland - New York, Usa - Haiti
variety.com
19.05.2024 / 05:41

’Ernest Cole: Lost and Found’ Director Raoul Peck: ‘There Is a Fight to Be Had About the State of the World’

Gregg Goldstein Raoul Peck‘s life is as fascinating as his films, filled with unexpected twists and turns. From his early stints as a cab driver and journalist, to a minister of culture post in his native Haiti, to teaching, to founding his Velvet Film production shingle to his breakthrough when he earned an Oscar nomination as producer/director with the James Baldwin doc, “I Am Not Your Negro,” the common denominator is Peck’s drive to make life better through his work.

Ringo Starr U-turns on ‘Let It Be’ documentary after saying there was “not a lot of joy” in it - www.nme.com
nme.com
17.05.2024 / 13:59

Ringo Starr U-turns on ‘Let It Be’ documentary after saying there was “not a lot of joy” in it

Ringo Starr has given the newly restored Let It Be documentary his seal of approval, despite previously claiming that there was “not a lot of joy” in it.Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Let It Be was first released in cinemas 54 years ago, and featured footage of The Beatles while they were working their 12th and final studio album of the same name in 1969.While the original film has been difficult to obtain over the past five decades, last month, NME exclusively announced that Disney+ were to release a restored version of the 1970 film.The film arrived on May 8, and was restored by renowned filmmaker Peter Jackson – who also worked on the 2022 docuseries Get Back. He used state-of-the-art digital technology to restore the 55-year-old film reels to crisp, modern quality.However, before the film was shared earlier this month, drummer Ringo Starr made headlines after revealing that he thought that the film didn’t have “a lot of joy in it”.Speaking with Associated Press, he said: “I think Peter Jackson has done an incredible job.

‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’: Everything We Know So Far - deadline.com
deadline.com
17.05.2024 / 01:11

‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’: Everything We Know So Far

Even after Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Season 2 arrives, there will be more of Middle Earth to explore, particularly through the lens of Gollum’s perspective. Deadline unpacked where the franchise is heading with longtime collaborators Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens. Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to make more films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy work and the world founded on Peter Jackson’s original New Line trilogy of films, with one corresponding to each books.

Why Return To Middle-Earth For ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum?’ Peter Jackson, Andy Serkis & Philippa Boyens Explain, 23 Years After Cannes Saved The Billion Dollar ‘LOTR’ Trilogy - deadline.com - New Zealand
deadline.com
15.05.2024 / 16:59

Why Return To Middle-Earth For ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum?’ Peter Jackson, Andy Serkis & Philippa Boyens Explain, 23 Years After Cannes Saved The Billion Dollar ‘LOTR’ Trilogy

EXCLUSIVE: Since Warner Bros acquired the rights to make more Middle-earth films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s works and the canon established by New Line’s original trilogy, Peter Jackson and his Lord of the Rings cohorts Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens hovered over the proceedings for a long time, as they mulled how to return, and much to involve themselves into another deep dive into Tolkien mythology.

'Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power' Season 2 Trailer Debuts: 1 Star Is Replaced From Season 1 While Another Exits the Series! - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
14.05.2024 / 16:59

'Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power' Season 2 Trailer Debuts: 1 Star Is Replaced From Season 1 While Another Exits the Series!

The trailer for season two of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power has debuted online, and it’s promising a lot in store for viewers of the Prime Video series.

15-Year-Old ‘Hunt for Gollum’ Fan Film Restored Online After It Got Blocked Following Warner Bros.’ New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie Announcement - variety.com
variety.com
10.05.2024 / 17:57

15-Year-Old ‘Hunt for Gollum’ Fan Film Restored Online After It Got Blocked Following Warner Bros.’ New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie Announcement

Zack Sharf Digital News Director A 15-year-old “Lord of the Rings” fan film titled “The Hunt for Gollum” is back online and streaming on YouTube after it was temporarily blocked in the aftermath of Warner Bros. revealing its next “Rings” movie has the same title (via Entertainment Weekly). The fan film, which centers on Gandalf tasking Aragorn with hunting down Gollum before the latter can find Frodo and the One Ring, has earned 13 million views since its debut more than a decade ago.

Camila Cabello wears pink balaclava in new trailer for her album: WATCH - us.hola.com - New York
us.hola.com
09.05.2024 / 20:47

Camila Cabello wears pink balaclava in new trailer for her album: WATCH

Camila Cabello is teasing new visuals for her upcoming album, getting fans excited about her new songs, and new aesthetic for her latest hyperpop era. After going platinum blonde and showing off her new looks, Camila is preparing for the release of her album on June 28, which has been described as a love letter to Miami, and includes edgy outfits and incredible choreography.Karol G wore the highest heels ever worn at the Met GalaCamila Cabello was all smiles with Charles Leclerc at the Miami Grand PrixCamila Cabello was holding a real block of ice as a purse during the 2024 Met Gala“Constant change is the solution,” Camila previously said during an interview with Nylon, when asked about her new transformation for her new era.

'The Way Home' Stars Gather for Season Two Screening & We Have All the Photos! - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
09.05.2024 / 17:51

'The Way Home' Stars Gather for Season Two Screening & We Have All the Photos!

The Way Home fans: while you’re waiting for season three, we have some cute new photos for you to see!

A new ‘Lord Of The Rings’ film from Peter Jackson is coming in 2026 - www.nme.com
nme.com
09.05.2024 / 16:23

A new ‘Lord Of The Rings’ film from Peter Jackson is coming in 2026

Warner Bros. is set to release a new Lord Of The Rings film in 2026, featuring help from Peter Jackson.The news of the upcoming film arrived earlier today (May 9), during a conference call about Warner Bros.

‘Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’: Andy Serkis To Direct & Star In New Film Coming 2026; Peter Jackson Producing - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
09.05.2024 / 15:37

‘Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’: Andy Serkis To Direct & Star In New Film Coming 2026; Peter Jackson Producing

Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav has announced that the next “Lord of The Rings” movie is aiming for a theatrical release in 2026 and will have the creative involvement of filmmaker Peter Jackson, who co-wrote and directed all six Middle-Earth feature films based on the beloved high-fantasy novels of Professor J.R.R.

The Beatles’ iconic rooftop gig in 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary “almost didn’t happen” - www.nme.com - London - Indiana
nme.com
09.05.2024 / 14:33

The Beatles’ iconic rooftop gig in 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary “almost didn’t happen”

The Beatles‘ classic 1970 documentary film Let It Be was premiered in London earlier this week (May 7), before arriving on Disney+. Speaking at the press launch, creators explained how one of the most vital scenes – and significant moments in music history – never happened.The film was screened in front of an audience at the Curzon Mayfair which included original recording engineer Glyn Johns and Giles Martin (son of legendary Beatles producer George Martin, who remixed the music in Let It Be), Louis Theroux, James Bay, The Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie and Captain America and Indiana Jones actor Toby Jones.The documentary, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, was first released in cinemas 54 years ago and has been difficult to obtain since primarily because the original master tapes were stolen from Apple Corps shortly after the film was made.Speaking in a Q&A hosted by former Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman, Jonathan Clyde producer of the film and director of production at Apple Corps, said: “When we first started talking about [restoring] it with [head of Apple Corps] Neil Aspinall in 2000, he said rather unenthusiastically, ‘I suppose we’d better do something about Let It Be’.“But the problem was that the master sound, that’s 450 to 500, 15 minute reels of master sound from the 20-odd days of shooting, had been stolen from Apple [Corps] in the early ’70s.”He continued: “So in truth, there was not a lot we could do except whoever it was who pilched them was licensing them to bootleggers who were then bootlegging vinyl and CD box sets.

Worth the wait? The Beatles’ farewell film ‘Let It Be’ hits streaming 54 years later: review - nypost.com - London
nypost.com
09.05.2024 / 14:19

Worth the wait? The Beatles’ farewell film ‘Let It Be’ hits streaming 54 years later: review

finally available to stream on Disney+ this week.Was it worth the 54-year wait?Well, yes — and no.Some context is needed here first: If you watched “The Beatles: Get Back” — the three-part, eight-hour docuseries directed by none other than Oscar-winning “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson that also premiered on Disney+ in 2021 — you’ve already seen a lot of this.And seen it in the kind of exhaustive detail — from the same footage that Jackson used from “Let It Be” director Michael Lindsay-Hogg — that you can probably break down the level of scruffiness in Paul McCartney’s faux-badass beard.But thankfully — whether or not you’ve already watched the tedious-at-times “Get Back” — this is only 80 minutes versus eight hours of your time.For anyone but the biggest of Beatlemaniacs, that math is math-ing.But here’s the real difference: Whereas “Get Back” captured every bit of Liverpudlian shade, side-eye and Yoko Ono rock-blocking, this “Let It Be” is all about the music that was made in the slow fade of the Fab Four.For most of this film — which documents The Beatles working out songs for what would turn out to be their final album, 1970’s “Let It Be,” in January 1969 — it’s just like being a little four-winged insect on the wall of those sessions at their Apple Corps headquarters in London.Rehearsing, working out songs and just jamming — even with all the mounting tension which is actually more between McCartney and George Harrison than Sir Paul and John Lennon (for all those who still blame Ono for the Beatles’ breakup) — it’s a magical mystery tour behind the scenes of what many consider to be the greatest band of all time.When McCartney and Lennon are in such easy harmony and camaraderie on “Two Of Us” — with the

New 'Lord of the Rings' Movie in the Works: Title, Details, Release Window & Director Revealed! - www.justjared.com - New Zealand
justjared.com
09.05.2024 / 14:11

New 'Lord of the Rings' Movie in the Works: Title, Details, Release Window & Director Revealed!

A new Lord of the Rings movie is coming in 2026, and we have details including a title!

Warner Bros. to Release First New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie ‘The Hunt for Gollum’ in 2026, Peter Jackson to Produce and Andy Serkis to Direct - variety.com
variety.com
09.05.2024 / 13:23

Warner Bros. to Release First New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie ‘The Hunt for Gollum’ in 2026, Peter Jackson to Produce and Andy Serkis to Direct

Jennifer Maas TV Business Writer Warner Bros. will release the first of its new batch of “The Lord of the Rings” films in 2026, which will focus on Andy Serkis’s Gollum. Original “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy filmmaker Peter Jackson and his partners Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens are producing the movie and “will be involved every step of the way” on the movie, Warner Bros.

Andy Serkis To Direct, Star In New ‘Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’ Set For 2026 Release – Update - deadline.com - county Walsh
deadline.com
09.05.2024 / 13:17

Andy Serkis To Direct, Star In New ‘Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum’ Set For 2026 Release – Update

UPDATED with name of film, details: The first of two new films — working title Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum — will be directed by and star Andy Serkis (Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle), with Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens set to write the screenplay, along with Phoebe Gittins and Arty Papageorgiou (Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim). The film will be executive produced by Ken Kamins, with Serkis and The Imaginarium’s Jonathan Cavendish.

‘Let It Be’ Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg on His Beatles Documentary Finally Shedding Its ‘Orphan’ Status: ‘You Don’t Always Get the Second Chance in Life’ - variety.com
variety.com
08.05.2024 / 23:41

‘Let It Be’ Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg on His Beatles Documentary Finally Shedding Its ‘Orphan’ Status: ‘You Don’t Always Get the Second Chance in Life’

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg is having a bit of a “hail the conquering hero” moment that very few people would have expected him to be having this far into the 21st century, least of all himself. Although he has had many successes in film and in the theater over the last 60 years or so, he remains most famous as the director of the Beatles documentary “Let It Be” — and that 1970 film remains most famous as something that has been kept locked in the vault since it got a brief VHS and laserdisc release in the early 1980s.

Coronation Street's Andy Whyment leads tributes after legendary co-star dies - www.ok.co.uk - Manchester
ok.co.uk
08.05.2024 / 21:07

Coronation Street's Andy Whyment leads tributes after legendary co-star dies

Coronation Street’s Andy Whyment – better known as Kirk Sutherland in the hit ITV soap – has paid tribute to his former co-star Bernard Hill, following the acclaimed actor’s death on Sunday 5 May. Andy shared a photo of the pair on Instagram and wrote: “My first major speaking part was on a show called Once Upon a Time in the North.

‘The Chi’ Renewed For Seventh Season By Paramount+ With Showtime - deadline.com - Chicago - county Stone - county Shelby
deadline.com
08.05.2024 / 14:23

‘The Chi’ Renewed For Seventh Season By Paramount+ With Showtime

Paramount+ with Showtime has renewed the series for a seventh season.

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