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'Star Wars' Cinematographer Gilbert Taylor Dies

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LONDON - Gilbert Taylor was a master of black and white and a master of different universes. Taylor, the influential "Star Wars" cinematographer who worked on a number of stellar films alongside some of the world's most famous directors, died on Friday at the age of 99, according to the British Society of Cinematographers. Dee Taylor, his wife, told the BBC News that her husband died at their home on the Isle of Wight off the south coast of England. Born in Bushey Heath, a small town 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of London, Taylor entered the British film industry as a teenager against the wishes of his father, who warned him that the ... more

Terrorist Tools Used to Promote Movie

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A novice film director caused an uproar by sending out promotional packs for an upcoming movie about Northern Ireland with nails suitable for shrapnel in bombs. The packs also contained balaclavas or ski masks, which were used by paramilitaries during the Troubles to conceal their identities, and duct tape, the Belfast Telegraph reported Friday. Nathan Todd has apologized, saying he was not trying to be offensive. Todd, who studied engineering at Queen's University in Belfast, is the writer and director of "A Belfast Story." The movie stars the Irish actor Colm Meaney, best-known for playing Miles O'Brien in two "Star Trek" TV series, a... more

Sylvester Stallone Won't Play Rambo on TV Show

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Actor-producer Sylvester Stallone told The Hollywood Reporter he won't reprise his iconic role of John Rambo in a small-screen version of the franchise. Entertainment One announced Wednesday it made a deal with Avi Lerner's Nu Image to develop and co-produce a TV series based on the Rambo franchise. The companies said in a news release they were in negotiations with Stallone to be involved with the project "on a creative level," as well as to "potentially reprise his iconic role as the original Rambo." However, Stallone's publicist told The Hollywood Reporter the 67-year-old actor has no plans to play the gun-toting mercenary in a telev... more

Theater-Owning Vet Won't Show New Fonda Flick

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A Kentucky movie theater owner who trained pilots during the Vietnam War says he will not show "The Butler" because Jane Fonda plays Nancy Reagan. Ike Boutwell owns the two movie theaters in Hardin County. He said Thursday he considers Fonda a traitor for her anti-war activities and especially her 1972 visit to Hanoi, WDRB-TV, Louisville, reports. "Jane Fonda in my opinion is a treasonist person," Boutwell said. "Jane Fonda had a wonderful opportunity to show the world how horrible our prisoners were being treated, yet she decided to call them baby killers and support our enemy." "The Butler" stars Forest Whitaker as a longtime White Ho... more

Movie Review: 'Mortal Instruments: City of Bones'

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A young adult fiction binge has broken out in "Mortal Instruments: City of Bones." Like an 80-car pill-up, all of the current tropes of teenage fantasy here careen into one another: the young heroine with previously unknown powers; the gothic mix of heavenly and hellish supernatural creatures; the breathless romance with a young Brit of angelic cheekbones. And, oh, the tattoos. It's an overdose of mysticism, concocted to give devoted young fans their fix: a heartthrob to swoon over and grand battles to match inflated teenage emotions. The film is based on the first in a series of popular young adult novels by Cassandra Clare, whose writ... more

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