Life of Pi

'Chronicles of Narnia 4': Can the 'Life of Pi' Writer Revitalize This Franchise?

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by Nick Romano December 05, 2013 01:04 PM
20th Century Fox/Disney
Just when you thought we were done with the 'Chronicles of Narnia' film series -- you know, because the third installment came out more than five years ago -- The C.S. Lewis Company announces development on a 'Chronicles of Narnia 4.' Although interest has now diverted to more fruitful franchises, can the recent addition of 'Life of Pi' writer David Magee turn things around?

10 Awful Plot Twists That Completely Ruined Good Movies

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by Jacob Hall April 24, 2013 09:01 AM
Touchstone Pictures/Warner Bros./Lucasfilm
You know the feeling. You're watching a movie and you're loving it. Like really loving it. You're thinking "Wow, I think I may actually be watching a really great movie!" And then it happens: a plot twist so dumb, so inane, so nonsensical that it...

Ang Lee' to Direct FX Pilot 'Tyrant' from 'Homeland' Producers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 14, 2013 05:30 PM
FX / Jason Merritt, Getty Images
Ang Lee certainly has the world at his feet after picking up a second Best Director win at the 84th annual Oscars for his adaptation of 'Life of Pi,' but his next project will prove a bit closer to home, so to speak. Lee will next take his directing talents to TV to direct the pilot episode of FX's buzz-worthy drama 'Tyrant,' developed by 'Homeland' producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff, but what attracted Lee to the project? Get the inside scoop on 'Tyrant' inside!

Cinematographer Calls 'Life of Pi' Oscar Win "A Total F---ing Piece of S---"

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by Mike Sampson March 14, 2013 09:13 AM
20th Century Fox
'Life of Pi' won the 2013 Oscar for Best Cinematography with director of photography Claudio Miranda taking home the Academy Award for his work. The win was mildly controversial since a) Roger Deakins was again denied an Oscar for his beautiful work on 'Skyfall' and b) 'Life of Pi' was largely constructed in the digital space (the film also took home the Best Visual Effects Oscar). Any existing debate over the 'Life of Pi' win took a big leap forward this morning when veteran cinematographer Christopher Doyle spoke out against the Oscar saying, "it’s a f---ing insult to cinematography." And he was only getting started...

2013 Oscars Predictions: Nate Silver, the Stats Wizard Who Aced the Presidential Election, Reveals the Winners?

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by Jacob Hall February 22, 2013 11:10 AM
AMPAS
If you followed the 2012 presidential election in any capacity, you've most likely heard of Nate Silver and his FiveThirtyEight blog. Even if you didn't specifically read his columns, you definitely heard about how he successfully predicted the outcome of the election in every single state using math and statistics. That's wildly impressive and Mr. Silver deserved all the acclaim that came his way. But now he has a much more difficult and demanding task ahead of him: predicting the 2013 Oscars!

2013 Oscars: Download All of This Year's Nominated Scripts

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by Mike Sampson February 07, 2013 11:40 AM
TWC/Warner Bros./Sony Pictures
The 2013 Oscars are right around the corner and it's always more fun to watch the awards when you have a rooting interest. Even if you haven't seen all the nominated films, we can help you get caught up in two major categories: Best Original and Best Adapted Screenplay. We've got all ten of the Oscar-nominated scripts - from 'Django' to 'Argo' and everything in-between - available for you to download and read right now.

2013 Golden Globes Best Picture Nominations: Who's Got Your Vote?

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by Nick Romano December 13, 2012 09:53 AM
DreamWorks/20th Century Fox/Columbia/Universal/The Weinstein Co.
The 2013 Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning when Jessica Alba, Megan Fox and Ed Helms took the press stage. Predictably, Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln,' Kathryn Bigelow's 'Zero Dark Thirty' and Tom Hooper's 'Les Miserables' all went home happy with their respective noms, but an unexpected surprise was the inclusion of 'Django Unchained' in a total of five categories, including one for Best Picture! But who are the film's main competitors?