Tag Archives: Harry Potter

Paddington To Finally Come To The Big Screen.

This is news that makes me very, very happy indeed. Brit film site HeyUGuys reports this morning that Harry Potter producer David Heyman is teaming up with Studio Canal to finally bring author Michael Bond’s beloved bear to the multiplex. … Continue reading

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Film Bits: Still More of the Best Film Writing on WordPress.

Happy Sunday, everyone. Another week is in the books, that means it’s time for another Film Bits, where I survey the best film writing around the WordPressosphere. Let’s get started. Ross vs Ross looks at the best sibling-centered movies. ¬†Anyone … Continue reading

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Weekend Box Office and Your Monday Must-Read.

Happy Labor Day, Everyone. “The Help” continues to rule at the box office. There was a respectable bow by the Holocaust drama “The Debt,” while horror newbies “Apollo 18” and “Shark Night” underperformed. Courtesy of BoxOffice Mojo, here’s the weekend, … Continue reading

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The Weekend Box Office And Your Monday Must-Read.

A parable about the dangers of genetic engineering and a film that’s getting derided for its historical inaccuracies ruled the box office this weekend. “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” stayed atop the box office heap for the second … Continue reading

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Weekend Box Office And Your Monday Must-Read.

Score one for the monkeys. Humans flocked to the mulitplexes in droves this weekend to catch “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” In fact, films featuring actual homo sapiens in lead roles had to content themselves with third place … Continue reading

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