This week we bring you a wonderful interview with a title creator, a heartfelt review of a difficult (but timely) film, a look at a young actor’s career, and our amazing podcast members whose work ranges from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice to Okja. We hope you love this week’s posts — here they are for your entertainment.
Editor/Publisher member Will Perkins’ site Art of the Title published a wonderfully in-depth breakdown of the Austin Powers 3 opening sequence, which includes a fun interview with director Jay Roach, written by site co-founder Lola Landekic.
Read the Article: Austin Powers 3
Jordan reviews Detroit, a film that created quite a stir when it was released. Jordan says, “Detroit is not an enjoyable movie, it doesn’t stir much faith in humanity; but it is certainly a remarkable one. It’s obviously timely and that’s no accident.”
Read the Review:Kathryn Bigelow Vividly Recreates the Trauma of Detroit
Alex wrote about Scottish actor Jack Lowden, now starring in Dunkirk and England Is Mine, as part of Seventh Row‘s “Bright Young Things” series, which looks at emerging artists.
Read the Review: Bright Young Things: Introducing Jack Lowden
Podcasts This Week
James Green on Geek Hard: Episode 376: The Defenders of Krackle Noise
Dan Gorman on See You Next Wednesday: Episode 281 – Snatched, Okja & Obsessed
Emily Gagne on What About Meryl: Episode 36: Julie & Julia with Shinan Govani
Ariel Fisher on A Frame Apart: Episode 54 – Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice VS Captain America: Civil War
Thom Ernst on This Movie’s About You: Episode 43: Daniel Matmor
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