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Film News Roundup: Louis Gossett Jr. Replaces James Earl Jones on ‘Foster Boy’ DramaIn today’s film news roundup, Louis Goss [...]

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‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’: Watch the First TrailerOn Thursday, the prehistoric death trap [...]

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Paramount Bringing ‘Pet Sematary’ Remake to Life in 2019Paramount has set an April 19, 2019, rel [...]

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Movie Pilot’s Sale to Webedia Came After Huge Layoffs in Pivot to VideoTobi Bauckhage, co-founder of entertainm [...]

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Bryan Singer Accused of Raping 17-Year-Old Boy in 2003Bryan Singer was sued Thursday for alleg [...]

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Artisans Balance Historical Accuracy With Audience Expectations in Awards-Contending FilmsFilms set in recent history face the cha [...]

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Crew Creates Shabby-Chic World War II London for ‘Darkest Hour’Sarah Greenwood production designer Jacq [...]

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Zhuhai Gets China’s First All THX MultiplexChina’s first all-THX certified multiple [...]

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Golden Globe 2017 Predictions: What Films Will Score Nominations?The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will r [...]

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This movie has been viewed about 18,000,000 times on YouTube and it was shot on inexpensive equipment, with no script, storyboard, or shot list. All that was needed was creativity, energy, and, oh yeah, a lot of money from Nike. (Some say that Nike’s budget was $4,000,000 and that Casey and his friend blew it within just 11 days of travel, although this has not been verified.)