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Nicole Atkins Slips Into a Lucid Dream on ‘Mind Eraser’

Nicole Atkins Slips Into a Lucid Dream on ‘Mind Eraser’
Nicole Atkins slips into a hazy dream on “Mind Eraser,” the latest single from her upcoming LP Italian Ice, out May 29th.

“If at first thought says my mind erased/I never want, I never wanna leave again,” Atkins sings over dizzy, whirring string instrumentation. “When you spend time in a lion’s cage/You never go, you never go to sleep again.” She readies herself for the chorus: “These dreams, I know too well/Am I sleeping? It’s hard to tell.”

“Mind Eraser” was co-written by My Morning
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Deadpool 2 Producers Fined $300K for Accident That Killed Stunt Driver Joi Harris

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Deadpool 2 Producers Fined $300K for Accident That Killed Stunt Driver Joi Harris
Though the incident took place way back in 2017, when the world was a much different place, Deadpool 2 producers are today being fined $289,562 for the accident that took the life of stunt driver Joi&#160Harris at the age of 32. The producers were cited with failing to provide a safe workplace.

Joi&#160Harris was standing in for Zazie Beetz's Domino, performing a motorcycle stunt that ended in a tragic crash. The woman was killed on impact on set of the Vancouver shot movie. The accident took place in August 2017, almost a year before the movie came out in theaters summer of 2018.

Tcf Vancouver Productions Ltd had the fine imposed on them by WorkSafeBC. This is the equivalent of Osha in the States. An acclaimed motorcycle rider, the stunt in question was the first ever to be performed by Joi&#160Harris in a movie. As cameras rolled, Harris was ejected from
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Mark Pellington

Mark Pellington
The director of Arlington Road, The Mothman Prophecies, Pearl Jam’s Jeremy and many more reflects on his career and some of the movies that made him.

Show Notes: Movies Referenced In This Episode

Arlington Road (1999)

The Mothman Prophecies (2002)

Firewall (2006)

The Orphanage (2007)

Nostalgia (2018)

Avatar (2009)

Titanic (1997)

Chef (2014)

The Laundromat (2019)

Honeymoon In Vegas (1992)

Demonlover (2003)

Under The Sand (2000)

Mulholland Dr. (2001)

Under The Skin (2013)

The Great Beauty (2013)

Slap Shot (1977)

Network (1976)

Straw Dogs (1971)

The Pawnbroker (1964)

Star Wars (1977)

The Exorcist (1973)

Jaws (1975)

The World’s Greatest Athlete (1973)

All The President’s Men (1976)

Liquid Sky (1982)

The Brother From Another Planet (1984)

City Of Hope (1991)

Stop Making Sense (1984)

Snowpiercer (2013)

The Flintstones (1994)

Matinee (1993)

Batman (1989)

Transformers (2007)

A History Of Violence (2005)

Heaven Can Wait (1978)

Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)

Psycho (1960)

Psycho (1998)

Mandy (2018)

Phantom Thread (2017)

Magnolia (1999)

Boogie Nights (1997)

The Master (2012)

There Will Be Blood (2007)

The Mustang (2019)

Inherent Vice (2014)

The New World (2005)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)

The Last Word (2017)

Cocaine Cowboys (2006)

The Burglar (1957)

What Lies Beneath
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Nicole Atkins Will Livestream New Album ‘Italian Ice’ With Special Guests

Nicole Atkins Will Livestream New Album ‘Italian Ice’ With Special Guests
Nicole Atkins was supposed to be dropping her new album, Italian Ice, on Friday, but the release date has been pushed back to May 29th due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Still, fans will be able to catch the album on its original release date, April 17th, with two YouTube livestreams — one at 3:00 p.m. Et and the other at 8:00 p.m. Et.

In addition to streaming the entire album from a vinyl copy, Atkins will welcome on several Italian Ice collaborators and other musical guests, including Binky Griptite
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What to Watch on Lockdown: 14 James Bond Alternatives to Take the Place of Delayed ‘No Time to Die’

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What to Watch on Lockdown: 14 James Bond Alternatives to Take the Place of Delayed ‘No Time to Die’
Coronavirus. It sounds like the title of a classic Bond movie, à la “GoldenEye,” “Moonraker” or “Octopussy.”

April 10 was supposed to see the release of Bond’s latest adventure, “No Time to Die.” Instead, action fans are stuck at home, an invisible villain is threatening world domination, and 007 has done the unthinkable: He’s chickened out and gone into hiding, leaving us to sort out this catastrophe on our own, only to circle back and “die another day” when the smoke clears.

Not cool, 007. Not cool.

Fortunately, no franchise has inspired more imitations, homages and parodies than Bond, leaving us with plenty of backup options available for home viewing. So if you’re thirsting for Bond and a well-shaken quarantini won’t quench it, here are 14 (the double of seven) recommendations to tide you over.

Layer Cake (2004)

Why not start with the movie that proved Daniel Craig could fill Sean Connery’s shoes?
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Nicole Atkins Rules the Jersey Shore in ‘Domino’ Video

Nicole Atkins Rules the Jersey Shore in ‘Domino’ Video
Nicole Atkins flaunts her Jersey Shore style in the new video for “Domino,” off her upcoming album, Italian Ice, out May 29th.

Wearing a magenta tracksuit, Atkins struts along the iconic boardwalk as if she owns it, eyeing a pair of white Gucci platform shoes in a store window that she immediately purchases. She passes the Convention Hall before she boards New Jersey Transit, singing the disco-tinged chorus: “Tick, tick, tick, tock, time is up/this message will self destruct.”

Directed by Taylor McFadden, the highly saturated video has a vintage feel,
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Richard Kelly Teases New ‘Southland Tales’ Film As Well As Two 4K Versions Of The Original

Richard Kelly Teases New ‘Southland Tales’ Film As Well As Two 4K Versions Of The Original
There are few directors that have had a roller-coaster career such as Richard Kelly. The filmmaker burst onto the scene with the cult-classic film “Donnie Darko,” which to this day is held in high esteem by many cinephiles. He then went on to write the script for Tony Scott’s “Domino,” which isn’t the best film, but Tony Scott is great, so that’s a win for Kelly.

Continue reading Richard Kelly Teases New ‘Southland Tales’ Film As Well As Two 4K Versions Of The Original at The Playlist.
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‘In My Room’ With Nicole Atkins

‘In My Room’ With Nicole Atkins
Nicole Atkins was forced to cancel a tour supporting her new album, Italian Ice, but she is continuing to play live — from the safety of her Nashville home.

Atkins is the latest artist to take part in “In My Room,” our new Igtv series in which artists perform in intimate places in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Atkins’ performance follows John Fogerty, Angelique Kidjo, and Brian Wilson.

“We want to keep everybody entertained, keep our spirits up,” Atkins says. “There’s a lot of things we can do at
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Brian De Palma Says Modern Filmmaking Has Lost a Sense of Beauty

Brian De Palma Says Modern Filmmaking Has Lost a Sense of Beauty
While he didn’t partake in any publicity for his latest film, the clearly compromised but no less entertaining Domino, Brian De Palma has granted the now-rare interview on the occasion of his latest project: the entertaining, female-led revenge novel Are Snakes Necessary?, co-written with Susan Lehman. Far from an “old man yells at clouds” tell-all, his chat with the Associated Press is evidence of a filmmaker who is still eager to discuss his passion for cinema even if he’s disappointed with how the industry has transformed.

He discusses the painful shoot for Domino: “We finished it. But I was so disenchanted with the people who financed it … that I said, ‘Guys, here it is. Good luck.'” His career peak: “In my mid-50s doing Carlito’s Way and then Mission: Impossible. It doesn’t get much better than that. You have all the power and tools at your disposal.
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Bloom/Spiegel Film Exchange Unveils Participants, Honors ‘Crystal Swan’ Director

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Bloom/Spiegel Film Exchange Unveils Participants, Honors ‘Crystal Swan’ Director
The Bloom/Spiegel Film Exchange, an alliance between New York’s Ifp Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film and the Jerusalem-based Sam Spiegel Film School and lab, has selected the nine filmmakers who will take part in its fourth edition.

The cross-cultural program will welcome Israeli filmmakers including Aalam-Warque Davidian, Margarita Belaklav, Tamar

Kay, Tal Miller, and Noa Shaham from the Sam Spiegel lab. They will be joined by Adrian Cardenas, Ben Gottlieb, Haley Anderson and Katrina Vogl from the New York-based Marcie Bloom Fellowship.

During a four-day seminar, the participants will meet with producers, directors, foreign sales agents, festival directors, programmers, poster designers, restorers and visit unique theaters and companies around the city. These meetings are meant to help them develop relationships with the film industry and encourage future collaborations.

“we started the Marcie Bloom Fellowship with the intention of bringing together a dynamic community of thoughtful, kind hearted and extremely curious filmmakers,
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Nicole Atkins Is Done Playing It Safe on ‘Domino’

Nicole Atkins Is Done Playing It Safe on ‘Domino’
Nicole Atkins takes chances with the sleek new song, “Domino.” The track is the second single off the singer-songwriter’s upcoming album Italian Ice, out April 17th on Single Lock Records.

Inspired by Prince, the Rolling Stones’ “Miss You” and the gritty glamour of Atkins’ hometown of Asbury Park, New Jersey, the disco-tinged track relies on a heavy groove to deliver the message: “I’m not gonna play/safe and sound/when the world comes tumbling down.”

Atkins dropped the album’s lead single “Captain” last month, which featured Spoon
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Genesis’ Reunion Tour: 8 Questions We Have

Genesis’ Reunion Tour: 8 Questions We Have
Genesis announced a 10-date reunion tour of the U.K. and Ireland this morning. It’s their first tour since 2007, their first time playing since Phil Collins suffered nerve damage that makes it impossible for him to drum or even stand for long periods of time, and their first tour with Phil’s teenage son Nic on drums.

The news is a huge deal for fans of the progressive-rock band, but the original announcement was short on details. It merely lists the five musicians on the tour (Phil Collins, Tony Banks,
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Genesis to Launch ‘The Last Domino?’ Reunion Tour in November

Genesis to Launch ‘The Last Domino?’ Reunion Tour in November
Genesis are reuniting in November to tour arenas all around the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Related: Genesis’ Reunion Tour: 8 Questions We Have

The band has not played together in any capacity since the end of the Turn It on Again tour in 2007. The lineup this time features classic-era members Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, along with long-time touring guitarist/bassist Daryl Stuermer and, for the first time, Phil’s son Nic Collins on drums.

The 10-date tour — called “The Last Domino?” in a nod to the band’s
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Nicole Atkins Offers Safe Harbor on New Song ‘Captain’

Nicole Atkins Offers Safe Harbor on New Song ‘Captain’
Singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins unveiled a new love song, “Captain,” from her upcoming album, Italian Ice, out April 17th via Single Lock Records.

The track is a rich, country-tinged ballad that boasts backing vocals from Spoon’s Britt Daniel and finds Atkins offering a struggling partner a helping hand: “And when you’re found a wreck,” she sings, “I’ll pull you on deck/I can be your captain for once.”

Captain” also arrives with a video that finds Atkins delivering a delightfully hammy performance of the song as if she
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‘Game Of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Forms Production Company; Options Ya Novel ‘We Are Lost & Found’

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Forms Production Company; Options Ya Novel ‘We Are Lost & Found’
Exclusive: Games of Thrones is done, but the man who brought Jamie Lannister to life is kicking up a production storm.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has joined up with scribe Joe Derrick to form Ill Kippers Productions, I’ve learned. Along with ex-pr guru Jeffrey Chassen as VP and Head of Development, the U.S and Europe-based shingle will focus on both scripted and unscripted projects for a multitude of platforms.

“Jeff and I have worked together for almost 10 years and there is a clear synergy between our tastes and ambitions,” Coster-Waldau told Deadline of bringing publicist Chassen onboard for the new company as a pivotal executive. “This is a brand new journey for all three of us but we all share the same work ethic, drive and passion for storytelling,” the multiple Emmy nominee added. “When I learned that Jeff had chosen to leave the PR game I didn’t hesitate
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WWE Raw – Oct 21st 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here one Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and James Taylor says “You’ve Got A Friend”, but I think he’s full of $#!@. Folk rock, punk skunk, d–k-wad. On this episode of The Charlie Rose Show, women stare at me for an hour with terror and disgust, but not as much as I’m staring at Raw to give it a good review!

Match #1: Drew McIntyre def. Ricochet The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Anyone who thought Drew McIntyre would need a little time to get back in the swing of things was soundly corrected on Monday night when the former Nxt Champion defeated Ricochet in an in-ring return that was just as monstrous as he promised it would be. The victory may have been even more impressive than it appeared on first glance. Smaller, faster Superstars
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‘Scarface’ Director Brian De Palma Updates On Harvey Weinstein Suspense Movie — Venice

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‘Scarface’ Director Brian De Palma Updates On Harvey Weinstein Suspense Movie — Venice
It’s been a while since we had an update on Scarface and Carrie director Brian De Palma’s Harvey Weinstein-themed project. Today the director gave one at the Venice Film Festival.

In an interview with Reuters, the veteran director said of the project, which is inspired by the Weinstein scandal, “Because of my years working in and out of Hollywood, you were very aware of the kind of abuse to women that was going on. And being a director who directs women all the time you are very sensitive to how they are treated in the movie that you are making. So I was aware of some of the things that were happening during the Harvey Weinstein era and it is an interesting story to tell, plus, I like the suspense drama and I created a script that is sort of based on some of the real cases
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Twilight Zone Host Rod Serling Is Getting a Biopic from Donnie Darko Director

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Twilight Zone Host Rod Serling Is Getting a Biopic from Donnie Darko Director
We've all stepped into the Twilight Zone under his guidance, but how many of us really know Rod Serling? Fortunately, we'll all soon enough get to take a peek at the man behind the classic horror series in an upcoming Rod Serling Biopic from Donnie Darko helmer Richard Kelly. As reported by Geeks Worldwide, Kelly's next project will be to write and direct a biopic based on the life of the former host of The Twilight Zone. Jason Michael Berman is also attached to produce through Mandalay Pictures. As of right now, there's no title or release date set for the movie.

This will be the first movie from Richard Kelly in ten years, with 2009's The Box serving as his last release. Starring Cameron Diaz and James Marsden, the movie tells the story of a married couple finding a wooden box on their doorstep, knowing that opening it will
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Paul Schrader Criticizes Brian De Palma As ‘Trite and Artistically Weak’

Paul Schrader Criticizes Brian De Palma As ‘Trite and Artistically Weak’
It looks like there might be some film icon beef percolating on social media. Paul Schrader, the legendary screenwriter and director who got a major late-career boost last year with the release of “First Reformed,” took to Facebook this week to share some critical comments on fellow New Hollywood icon Brian De Palma.

In a since-deleted Facebook post (via The Playlist), Schrader wrote, “Don’t get me started on Brian De Palma. I re-watched ‘Redacted’ last night because thought that given total artistic freedom he could reach for the stars. And he did. But the stars were beyond his reach. The script is trite, it is weak. That’s because Brian is trite, Brian is artistically weak. Skate fast on thin ice. That’s his story. That’s his con.”

As the comment gained traction online, Schrader took down the post and put up another that explained he was basically
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Sardinia Festival Put Focus on Women in Film

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Sardinia Festival Put Focus on Women in Film
Eva Longoria, Patricia Arquette, Claire Forlani, Marta Milans and Julia Stiles are among stars expected on the island of Sardegna (or Sardinia for English speakers) for the second edition of the Filming Italy Sardegna Festival, the Italian summer shindig celebrating the ongoing crossover between high-end film and TV content and the power of women driving that crossover. Festival runs June 13-16.

“I’m trying to give it a modern stamp,” says former Taormina Film Festival general manager Tiziana Rocca, who last year launched this innovative fest in the capital city of Cagliari and nearby Forte Village resort as an offshoot of her annual Filming in Italy/Los Angeles event that promotes Italian cinema, locations and talent.

Alternating movies and series, the 2019 edition will open with the Italian launch of Brian De Palma’s high-voltage thriller “Domino,” starring “Game of Thrones” alums Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Carice Van Houten — both expected to
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