In the movie biz, dailies are unedited raw footage from the day. The director peruses them and gets a rough outline of the stuff he shot that day. At Swiftfilm, the dailies are the best stories of the day plus some that didn’t make the cut. It’s the unedited form of Swiftfilm, in a fun little package. Enjoy.
CinemaCon is happening right now. No, not ComicCon. CINEMACon. It’s a convention for theater owners. Filmmakers gather and show off their movies to get theater owners to upgrade projectors and stuff. Like Peter Jackson, who showed off The Hobbit at 48fps and apparently it looked terrible. Ouch.
You’ll be saying ouch once you see Scary Movie 5 next year. Although really, you should avoid it at all costs. Making a spoof film is just difficult nowadays. No one laughs. Ever. It’s mind-numbing, I swear.
Like spending $3,000 on the pillow Bella and Edward had sex on. There are awesome makeup stains and rips in it! Imagine showing it to people and getting weird looks. Well worth the dough.
The price for the cast of Lawless is definitely worth the money. The movie looks amazing. Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman and hey, Shia LaBeouf even looks like he does a splendid job. High fives all around!
Especially for the people who casted The Rock in the new G.I. Joe movie. His presence alone makes this trailer bearable. There’s just something about him that screams “oh hey I’m ready to watch a kick ass action movie!” Unless it’s Journey 2, that was no bueno. Unless you love Vanessa Hudgens, then you’re good.
I love Pixar, and the new trailer for Brave does a good job of showing off some of the action. I’m a bit afraid that the more fairy tale-like story will scar off some people. The first couple trailers were great, but this is a harder draw I think. At least the movie looks beautiful.
Hiring the Star Trek writers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is also beautiful. What a stroke of genius. Now, let’s just hope The Amazing Spider-Man is actually good so our excitement for the sequel is justified.
Has a theater’s selection of films ever leave you filling unfulfilled? Well, now you can justify that theater price by using Tugg, a service that allows you and other people to request movies at select theaters. It’s like making a reservation at a restaurant where everyone eats the same thing. Kind of. Either way it’s the wave of the future! Probably not, but yay for democracy!
Oh, Jack White is jumping into the film scoring game and will do the soundtrack for Disney’s The Lone Ranger. I honestly love when musicians expand and do film scores. It worked for Trent Reznor, it worked for the Chemical Brothers, it worked for Daft Punk and it’s working for Mike Shinoda. Keep it up, yo.