After years of producing shows like Scrubs, Happy Endings and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Penny has finally helmed an episode of TV, something he tells Et he’s wanted to do for a while now. But it was Insecure -- which was co-created by and stars Issa Rae -- that proved to be the best place for him to make his directorial debut. “It’s certainly a safe environment because I know the show and what we’re going to accomplish creatively,” Penny says. “The most interesting thing, which I’ve told Issa and other people, [is] it
Norway’s Roar Uthaug will direct the Warner Bros/MGM film, with Graham King producing for his GK Films.
Angelina Jolie starred in two previous Tomb Raider films for Paramount, the most recent of which, 2003’s Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, took $65.7m in North America and $90.9m internationally.
Warner has also set an April 21, 2017 release date for Katherine Heigl thriller Unforgettable.
• Kiefer Sutherland is reportedly close to signing to join Ellen Page, Diego Luna and Nina Dobrev in the cast of Sony’s remake of Flatliners, which starts shooting this week in Toronto with Niels Arden Oplev directing. Sutherland starred with Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon in the original 1990 sci-fi horror outing, directed by [link
As I’ve already made known on this blog, I’m not necessarily a fan of lists, especially ranked lists where the arts are concerned.
However, I do see Some value in providing black cinema enthusiasts like yourselves (or cinema enthusiasts regardless of race) with the names of noteworthy black filmmakers who may otherwise go unnoticed by the the mainstream press, and even indie film publications like Filmmaker magazine. We’re celebrating those black filmmakers… propping them up, you could say. If a site like ours doesn’t do that, we certainly can’t complain when more prominent media outlets don’t.
For those interested, there’s a Shadow And Act discount which affords you 10% off the original admission price of $99 (until March 1st, and then it goes up to $120).
It’s called Indie Film Boot Camp, and it debuts in New York City on March 27th – with instructors Anthony Artis (author of the acclaimed film book The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide), of course Pete Chatmon, and Benjamin Ahr Harrison (director of numerous music videos broadcast on MTV, Bet and other new media campaigns). According to the press release, the intent is to “equip attendees with nuts and bolts details that each of the instructors has acquired over their 30+ combined years in the film, television, and marketing/advertising industries.”
So, what do you get for your money? Read on,
Click the image link on the left to download it in Pdf format – all 152 pages of it.
I haven’t read it, so I can’t say if it’s any different from what ended up on screen, if at all. So, you’ll have to find out on your own.
I have enough scripts to read right now.
Maybe the script has the deleted sex scene that was cut out of the movie we all saw, and that will eventually end up on the DVD.
H/T Pete Chatmon
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