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How Guillermo del Toro Convinced Alfonso Cuarón to Direct Harry Potter | IndieWire
Del Toro then launched into a explicative-filled rant in order to convince Cuarón not to underestimate “Potter” just because it was a hugely popular film and book series. “He says, ‘Fuckin’ skinny, you’re such a fuckin’ arrogant bastard. You are going right now to the fuckin’ bookshop and get the books and you’re going to read them and you call me right away,'” Cuarón said. “When he talks to you like that, well, you have to go to the bookshop.”
film  harrypotter  alfonsocuaron  guillermodeltoro  books  movies  culture  friendship  director  filmmaking 
september 2018 by dirtystylus
thomas violence on Twitter: "this sounds like a joke tweet but i am genuinely baffled by people who can tell the difference between a good movie and a bad movie. 90% of the time i watch a movie and think 'i had fun watching a movie'"
this sounds like a joke tweet but i am genuinely baffled by people who can tell the difference between a good movie and a bad movie. 90% of the time i watch a movie and think 'i had fun watching a movie'
movies  film  filmcriticism  via:nicolecliffe 
march 2018 by dirtystylus
best of letterboxd on Twitter: "https://t.co/YxGijFvD5n"
I refuse to believe that magneto, a fashion icon, would willingly wear a helmet that leaves a tan on his face in the shape of a penis
movies  film  humor  letterboxd  review  slackfodder  film:xmendaysoffuturepast 
april 2017 by dirtystylus
Colours in movie posters since 1914 « Vijay Pandurangan's blog
Movie posters have gotten more blue-toned over time. A cousin of Brendan Dawes’s Cinema Redux project.
code  movies  cinema 
june 2012 by dirtystylus

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