Rumor from Bleeding Cool claims the film is off the table. Read the full article on AICN They throw the word “Inhumans” a lot on AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. these days, and I found myself wondering during the recent new episodes how all of the stuff in the ….Read More Via:: AIN

Review Roundup: Is 'Steve Jobs' as Brilliant as Its Subject? Thompson on Hollywood

Our own Anne Thompson calls “Steve Jobs” “must-see, one-of-a-kind cinema that cannot be ignored,” and the vast majority of critics agree. Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s biopic, starring Michael Fassbender as Jobs and Kate Winslet as Macintosh marketing chief Joanna Hoffmann, has drawn praise for its sterling performances, crackling dialogue, ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week STEREOGUM

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As I’m writing this, the most popular new video on the internet is “No Words,” from the culty rapper Hopsin. It’s snide, sneery satire of Auto-Tuned Atlanta codeine rap, and its whole idea is that rappers who work that style don’t speak actual words. This, of course, means that ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM

Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments STEREOGUM

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Big day for James Murphy fans on Thursday as Music Twitter was losing its edge shit over LCD Soundsystem reunion rumors. Billboard and CoS say this is happening; P4K, EW, and Rolling Stone say nah. It got heated! DFA is adamant there will be no ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM

Watch: 'Girlfight' Director Karyn Kusama Remembers "Bawling" by the End of Wim Wenders' 'Paris, Texas' Thompson on Hollywood

Wim Wenders’ fatalistic road movie stars Harry Dean Stanton as an amnesiac who wanders Texas in search of his lost wife. Dean Stockwell co-stars as Stanton’s estranged brother and Nastassja Kinski is Stanton’s runaway bride. Graced with a keenly literate script by L.M. Kit Carson and Sam Shepard, the film ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more

Screen Talk: Where 'Bridge of Spies,' 'Where to Invade Next' and 'Steve Jobs' Sit in Oscar Race Thompson on Hollywood

Eric Kohn and I parse the reaction post-NYFF to Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies” (review), Danny Boyle’s “Steve Jobs” (review) and Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next” (interview here). As always, critical response, box office, and year-end critics and guild awards will have impact on whether these films have Oscar legs. ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON Read more