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An Oral History of ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ from Dan F**kin’ Dority (aka W Earl Brown)

Today is the day! The continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the […]

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Molly Parker on Returning for ‘Deadwood: The Movie’, Character Chemistry

We are SO CLOSE to the premiere of HBO’s much-longed for continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had […]

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Brad Dourif on ‘Deadwood: The Movie’, Don Mancini’s Chucky, ‘Dune’

It’s been nigh-on 13 years since HBO’s incredible Shakespearean Western series Deadwood was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the David Milch-masterclass of a show in 2006, and […]

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Bear McCreary Chats ‘Godzilla’, Netflix’s ‘Rim of the World’ [Interview]

Anytime we get to chat with prolific (and Emmy-winning) composer Bear McCreary, it’s a good day. Admittedly, he’s a friend, met several years ago after that incident of moving a locked piano across a very-large-Texas-sized convention center, and a panel moderation with said piano. Aside from being a pretty cool guy to chat with, he’s […]







We Chat With Director Jonas Akerlund About Netflix’s ‘Polar’

Netflix is releasing Polar, a film by director Jonas Akerlund starring Mads Mikkelson and Vanessa Hudgens based on the graphic novel series by Victor Santos this week. We were lucky enough to be able to see the film early, and speak with Akerlund about the resulting movie. There aren’t spoilers here, other than allusions to strong emotional work from Mikkelson […]


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Bleeding Cool Interview: ‘The Nun’ Director Corin Hardy!

One of the big horror hits at the 2018 box office was The Nun, the latest film set in The Conjuring universe of films. Telling the story of the Demon Nun Valek, the film scored big time grossing $365 million on only a $22 million budget. Much of that success was due to director Corin […]

Chatting With ‘An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn’ Director, Writer

[Editor’s note: this piece about An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn team comes to us from Bleeding Cool contributor Tony Salvaggio.] At this year’s Fantastic Fest I was able to catch one of my favorite comedies of the year, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn. Equal parts charming and absurd, director Jim Hosking (who directed last […]

Ariana Richards Still Loves Dinosaurs and ‘Jurassic Park’

We personally still get extremely excited anytime we get to speak with someone from a property that we love, and chatting with Ariana Richards who played Lex in the first Jurassic Park film was certainly one of those experiences. If you’ll recall, Richards played computer-savy Lex in Steven Spielberg‘s 1993 cinema adaptation of the dinosaur adventure based on Michael Crichton‘s […]


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Bo Burnham Schools Us All with ‘Eighth Grade’

One would not necessarily expect someone who rose to prominence as a YouTube star to be the writer and director of what is one of the best films of the year so far. Yet somehow Bo Burnham is that person. I’ll confess that I wasn’t familiar with Burnham’s internet presence and clout before seeing the […]

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‘The Year of Spectacular Men’ is a Family Affair

The Year of Spectacular Men is a good ol’ fashioned family affair. The film is the feature writing (and composing) debut of Madelyn Deutch (50 to 1) and stars her sister, Zoey Deutch (Everybody Wants Some!!, Set It Up), AND it’s directed by none other than their mother Lea Thompson (Back to the Future, Howard the Duck), who […]

‘American Animals’ Interview with Director Bart Layton

‘Tis the summer of crime capers with American Animals and Ocean’s 8, but only one is based on a true story (hint: it’s the former). We talk to director Bart Layton about putting together the film. American Animals which pulls from the actual robbery of Transylvania University. Now if one heard “book heist” and “university” […]