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Korean War Film Gets 1st Screening in 6 Decades

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Associated Press | Jun 26, 2013

SEOUL, South Korea - For decades, South Korean film buffs thought all their country's moviemaking from the Korean War era was lost forever. And it would have been, but for one film wrapped in a cocoon of old newspapers, tucked inside a plastic bag and placed in a dark, dusty closet. That film, "The Street of the Sun," got its first screening in six decades Tuesday, the 63th anniversary of the beginning of the war. Now digitally restored, it offers South Koreans a rare glimpse at how their ancestors lived amid the destruction and poverty of war. The movie was the debut feature of Min Kyoung-sik, a South Korean director who took a camera t... more

Carrey Says 'Kick-Ass 2' Too Violent After Newtown

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Associated Press | Jun 26, 2013

NEW YORK - Jim Carrey is distancing himself from his own movie, saying the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre changed his perspective on the violence in his upcoming action comedy "Kick-Ass 2." The actor filmed his part in the superhero vigilante film a month before December's mass shooting in Connecticut that killed 20 children and six adults. But weeks before it opens in theaters, Carrey took the highly unusual step of condemning the violence of a film he stars in. "Now in all good conscience I cannot support that level of violence," Carrey said Sunday on Twitter. He apologized to others in the film and added: "I am not ashamed of it but ... more

'White House Down' Director Unfazed by 'Olympus'

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Associated Press | Jun 26, 2013

LOS ANGELES - Roland Emmerich knows all about disasters. The 57-year-old filmmaker laid waste to several landmarks in "Independence Day," turned New York into an ice cube in "The Day After Tomorrow" and leveled most of the world in "2012." However, when it comes to his latest film, "White House Down," the biggest catastrophe might not be that terrorists have commandeered America's most famous home. It's perhaps that the action-packed film starring Jamie Foxx as the President of the United States and Channing Tatum as his impromptu bodyguard is being released Friday - just three months after "Olympus Has Fallen," which featured a striking... more

Cast of Film "Foxcatcher" Embrace Wrestling

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Associated Press | Jun 24, 2013

DES MOINES, Iowa - In researching wrestling for the upcoming film "Foxcatcher," director Bennett Miller kept coming back to a simple question. Why? Miller wondered what drove wrestlers to suffer through tremendous hardship, dedicate themselves so completely and compete so intensely despite little promise of tangible rewards. Miller, an Oscar-nominated director perhaps best known for directing "Moneyball," found the answers "deeply moving and highly personal." The experience quickly turned him into a supporter of a sport now fighting for its Olympic existence. "The reason why people wrestle felt more pure to me," Miller told The Associa... more

Brad Pitt Tries to Build a Better Blockbuster

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Associated Press | Jun 21, 2013

NEW YORK - Brad Pitt wanted to build a better blockbuster. During the years Hollywood shifted toward increasingly bigger spectacles and superhero tentpoles, one of the movies' biggest stars largely stayed on the sidelines, focusing instead on ambitious ensembles ("The Tree of Life," `'Inglourious Basterds") and unlikely dramas ("Moneyball"). But the zombie apocalypse "World War Z," which opens Friday, is Pitt's bold, long-gestating, big-budget effort to enter the franchise fray. It's his attempt to engineer not just a disaster thrill ride like 1974's "The Towering Inferno" (a beloved film to Pitt, who saw it repeatedly as a kid growing u... more

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