While casting an AI lead may seem like indie film material, b is far from a small-scale production. The $70 million sci-fi film has been backed by Bondit Capital Media — which financed titles like To the Bone and the Oscar nominated Loving Vincent — Belgium-based Happy Moon Productions and New York’s Ten Ten Global Media. … [Read more...] about An AI Robot Has Been Cast as the Lead in a New Sci-Fi Movie
Fi cri fallout
Others saw a Trojan horse. The Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans (MACCNO), a local advocacy group, issued a statement that, in part, noted that what wasn’t spelled out in the plan was as concerning as what was. So what exactly happens at 3 a.m.? While the draft didn’t get into specifics, city officials suggested that people on the street would then be “encouraged” to go inside or go home. … [Read more...] about Is it Closing Time for Bourbon Street?
There was never a public explanation for why the orphans were ordered home, but both the film and experts speculate that Kim could have been concerned about the young North Koreans being too influenced by a foreign culture at a time when there were some anti-Soviet protests in Eastern Europe and calls for political reforms. … [Read more...] about New film tells tale of North Korean orphans sent to Europe
“We are choosing to open the movie mid-week to allow audiences to discover the film in their own time, and we plan to play longer, over an extended play period far beyond the norm, to develop a very different yet successful release strategy,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson said in a statement. … [Read more...] about ‘Mulan’ follows ‘Tenet’ to August, ending Hollywood’s summer