Movie Report: Director Christopher Nolan To Meet With Library Of Congress On Film Preservation

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan will meet with a Library of Congress official next month according to Variety. The meeting will be with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and will focus on the idea of film preservation, Variety reports. The event is scheduled to take place on Nov. 2 at the Coolidge Auditorium and will also include…
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Monday Movie Report: Movie Trailers Drop At New York Comic-Con

This year’s New York Comic-Con served as an opportunity for new movie trailers to debut. For example, the first full trailer for the sequel “Pacific Rim: Uprising” was unveiled during a panel with the film’s star John Boyega and director Steven S. DeKnight. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Boyega said “I can tell you that…
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Movie Report: JJ Abrams Returns To Star Wars Franchise, Will Direct Ep IX

Director J.J. Abrams is returning to the “Star Wars” franchise after stepping away from the series. According to Variety, the move by Disney and Lucasfilm comes after Director Colin Trevorrow exited the “Star Wars: Episode IX” project. As a result, the joint companies brought back Abrams, who helmed “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” the seventh…
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Monday Movie Report: Horror Genre Icon Tobe Hooper Dies At 74

An icon of the horror movie genre passed away this weekend. Tobe Hooper, who directed the 1974 film titled “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” died Saturday at the age of 74 in California. According to Variety, his notable film was shot for less than $300,000 and ended up becoming one of the most profitable independent pictures…
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Monday Movie Report: Comedian, Actor Jerry Lewis Dies At 91

Comedian and actor Jerry Lewis, known for movies such as “The Nutty Professor” and “The Bellboy,” died Sunday at the age of 91. According to Variety, Lewis died at his home in Las Vegas in the morning hours. In total, the Internet Movie Database shows that Lewis had 74 acting credits to his name, along…
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