5/19 Web Round-up

Posted by · 10:54 am · May 19th, 2009

Jim Carrey in A Christmas CarolAnthony Breznicaan reports on the big “Christmas Carol” to do at Cannes. [USA Today]

John Hiscock talks to Ron Howard about getting around the Vatican’s disapproval of “Angels & Demons” while filming on location. [Daily Telegraph]

David Cox, meanwhile, believes the film will indeed hurt the Catholic Church with its depiction of an organization out of touch with modernity. [The Guardian]

And Noah Forrest just wants to know what happened to the Tom Hanks he knew and loved. [Movie City News]

Richard Woodward reports on the Jacques Tati retrospective going down at the Cinemathèque Française in Paris [Wall Street Journal]

A bit out of the blue, a list of the 10 best suspense films of all time. [The Independent]

Erica Abeel talks to Steven Soderbergh about his latest, “The Girlfriend Experience.” [indieWIRE]

Nikki Finke reports that yet another actor you could care less about has been cast in Marvel’s “Thor.” [Deadline Hollywood Daily]

Well that’s thinking outside the media coverage box for you: a look at…ahem…the “slash” fan fiction of the “Star Trek” dedicated. [Newsweek]

Sam Raimi wants to go back in time and do everything on the “Spider-Man” franchise differently.  You and me both, Sam. [Hero Complex]




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  • 1 5-19-2009 at 10:51 pm

    Zac said...

    I agree with Raimi on Spider-Man and Spider-Man 3, but not 2. 2 was heads and shoulders above 1 and 3.