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Making “The Peasants,” the hand-drawn sequel to “Loving Vincent” – The Hollywood Reporter

I love VincentThe experimental animated film about the life of Vincent van Gogh, which received an Oscar nomination in 2018, was a stunning creative achievement that pushed new cinematic boundaries. In addition, the production was very complex. Shot with a live-action cast in front of a green screen onto which Van Gogh’s paintings were later […]

Oscars go to ITV in UK after multi-year deal with Disney – The Hollywood Reporter

The Academy Awards have a brand new home in the UK After pay-TV giant Sky gave up its rights following a 20-year partnership, terrestrial broadcaster ITV has now stepped in and will be the exclusive local home of the 2024 Oscars following a deal with Disney. This new multi-year agreement will also see future Oscars […]

Tim Burton responds to his animation style being imitated by AI – The Hollywood Reporter

Tim Burton, known for his characters and films with a distinctive style, shares his thoughts on artificial intelligence and its threat to animation. During a recent interview with The Independentthe filmmaker was asked about a buzz feed Story published in July that used AI to show what Disney films would look like if directed by […]

Grammys CEO Rejects AI Drake and The Weeknd Song for Awards Show – The Hollywood Reporter

After it was reported this week that a viral AI song that imitates the singing of Drake and The Weeknd has been submitted for next year’s Grammy Awards, Recording Academy boss Harvey Mason Jr. took to social media on Thursday night to delete “inaccurate information” about the suitability of AI songs. On Tuesday, The New […]

Disney+ offers discount, sets ‘Elemental’ premiere date – The Hollywood Reporter

Disney is launching a major promotion designed to help attract subscribers to the ad-supported tier of Disney+. Starts on Wednesday and lasts until September. 20, Disney is offering the basic ad tier for $1.99 per month for three months. The tier normally costs $7.99 per month, a savings of $18. The offer is available to […]

Lea Michele makes final ‘Funny Girl’ appearance on Broadway – The Hollywood Reporter

Lea Michele ended her career as a Broadway star Funny girl on Sunday. The actress stepped into the role a year ago, replacing Beanie Feldstein, who debuted in the title role of Fanny Brice earlier this year. The revival opened in April 2022 and received mixed reviews. Many argued that Feldstein failed to follow in […]

‘Margaritaville’ singer was 76 – The Hollywood Reporter

Jimmy Buffett, a singer and businessman best known for his hit “Margaritaville” that launched a themed restaurant and hotel chain, has died. He was 76. TO opinion Late Friday, he said on his website and social media: “Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1st surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs. […]

Shy bloodsuckers in ‘Humanist vampire seeks consenting suicide bombers’ – The Hollywood Reporter

Finding a good movie title can be difficult. Bad ones are far more common (in 2015 The Hollywood Reporter listed Dude, where’s my car?, Freddy was fingered And Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones among the 50 worst of all time). That’s why when a stunning name lands on a filmmaker’s lap, […]

The Lord of the Rings tops Schindler’s list as Britain’s favorite film score – The Hollywood Reporter

It comes down to a single score dominating them all, as Howard Shore’s stirring epic soundtrack demonstrates The Lord of rings The trilogy was voted Britain’s most popular film score. Shore’s score for the rings The film, which has won three Oscars, three Golden Globes and four Grammys, beat out some of the greatest and […]

Henry Winkler says most actors ‘don’t have enough’ despite strikes – The Hollywood Reporter

Henry Winkler took a few minutes out Saturday night from the fifth annual This is About Humanity fundraising soiree, which he co-hosted with his daughter Zoe Winkler Reinis at his Los Angeles home, to discuss the ongoing writers’ and actors’ strikes to think. “I’ve said that many times, but if it’s not on the page, […]

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