Top 10 Takeaways: Two African-American Movies Draw Crowds as 'We Come as Friends' Plays in Empty Theaters Thompson on Hollywood

The summer ends with only two August openers over $14 million (smash “Straight Outta Compton” and the disastrous “Fantastic Four”). At least the new releases over the past two weeks haven’t been that expensive (marketing does add up). And faith-based new entry “War Room” not only far exceeded expectations, but ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON on Read more

Armie Hammer Finds Nocturnal Animals Empire Magazine

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He’s joined Tom Ford’s new film With Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Michael Shannon aboard, A Single Man‘s Tom Ford is not finished gathering his cast for his second directorial effort, Nocturnal Animals. He now has Armie Hammer joining the roster. Ford based ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE MAGAZINE

He Named Me Malala Trailer Online Empire Magazine

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Fighting for education worldwide Despite being just 18, Malala Yousafzai has already had such a wealth of life experience that it made sense someone would craft a documentary about her. That someone is An Inconvenient Truth‘s Davis Guggenheim, and the new trailer for He Named Me Malala is online. Check it ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE Read more

Straight Outta Compton Spends Third Week Atop US Box Office Empire Magazine

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We Are Your Friends is billy no-mates Despite some seemingly strong faith-based competition from War Room, the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton triumphed for a third weekend in a row at the US box office, becoming the highest-grossing musical biopic ever in the process, according to studio estimates. The film ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE MAGAZINE

listen to Siouxsie Sioux's "Love Crime," her first new song in eight years, which was recorded for 'Hannibal' series finale BROOKLYN VEGAN

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by Bill Pearis Last night’s series finale of Hannibal closed with an incredibly beautiful, gory sequence (something the show was especially good at) soundtracked to the first new Siouxsie Sioux song in eight years. “Love Crime” was co-written by series composer Brian Reitzell especially for the finale. Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller ….Read More Via:: BROOKLYN Read more