Steve Jobs

Aaron Sorkin’s Pixar Movie Would’ve Been About Talking Office Supplies, Writer’s Block and Leprechauns

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by Charles Bramesco November 5, 2015 @ 9:31 AM
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Pixar’s business model is simple but powerful. It’s a two-step process, essentially: choose a thing that does not talk, and then make it talk. Talking toys, talking bugs, talking cars, talking fish, talking rats — they’ve all worked in the past for Pixar, and so it only makes sense that Aaron Sorkin would draw on this same well of inspiration when dreaming up a pitch for the animation studio.

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Jem and the Holograms’ and the Rest of This Week’s Releases Bomb

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by Jacob Hall October 25, 2015 @ 11:56 AM
Universal
It was actually a pretty solid weekend at the box office for movies that weren’t brand new. If your movie was playing in its second, third, or even fourth week, you were fine. If your movie was a new release, you were in for a rough couple of days. While the The Martian, Goosebumps, and more showcased impressive legs, a huge batch of other movies faltered this weekend. At least five major releases fell flat on their faces.

Halloween Costume Ideas Inspired by 2015 Movie Characters

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by Britt Hayes October 20, 2015 @ 8:02 PM
It’s that time again — if you aren’t one of those obsessive compulsive Halloween lovers who have already planned out their costume weeks or even months in advance, chances are you’re scrambling for ideas for what to wear next week. If you also count yourself as a big fan of movies (and you do, which is why you are here), you might find yourself wanting to wear a costume inspired by one of this year’s new releases. Don’t, we repeat, do not be one of those people who buys a costume in a bag at a Halloween super store. There are plenty of ways for you to have a cool movie-inspired costume and show off your creativity without caving in and dressing as Sexy Pizza Rat.

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Goosebumps,’ ‘Crimson Peak,’ and ‘Bridge of Spies’ Battle It Out

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by Jacob Hall October 18, 2015 @ 11:36 AM
Sony
The success of Hotel Transylvania 2 proved that family-friendly horror-themed movies stand to make a whole bunch of cash when released in the vicinity of Halloween. Now, Goosebumps is here to ensure that we’ll be getting slightly scary kids’ movies every October for the foreseeable future. The adaptation of the popular book series opened at number one, riding a wave of nostalgia and family appeal to a very strong start, beating out some pretty serious competition.

Danny Boyle Would Direct ‘28 Months Later’ (But Only if It’s Good)

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by Charles Bramesco October 14, 2015 @ 9:56 AM
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Boyle teased the possibility of yet another sequel to his breakout zombie hit 28 Days Later, to follow 28 Weeks Later. It would, naturally, be titled 28 Months Later, though if Boyle’s really trying to work his way through discrete measurements of time, the next one should technically be 28 Fortnights Later.

The Surprising Reason Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio Turned Down ‘Steve Jobs’

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by Mike Sampson October 8, 2015 @ 8:49 AM
Universal
Before Michael Fassbender was cast as Steve Jobs, the biopic went down a long and complicated road in pre-production. Directors (including David Fincher) were offered the job and passed. Actors (Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale and Natalie Portman, among them) were offered the title role and passed. With an Aaron Sorkin script we now know is very, very good, it’s surprising that so many talented people declined to participate in the movie. But, we now have an idea why these people decided to pass on Steve Jobs and it has nothing to do with the quality of the film.