6/15 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:54 am · June 15th, 2009

Eddie Murphy in DeliriousIn case it wasn’t obvious, Paradise Falls from Pixar’s “Up” was inspired by Venezuela’s Angel Falls. [Associated Press via Chicago Sun-Times]

Today’s superhero movies have artistic roots in the UK. [BBC]

Speaking of which, here’s a girl’s guide to Comic Con 2009. [Los Angeles Times]

Anyone else tired of non-news items like this regarding a potential “Arrested Development” movie?  Who cares? [Collider]

Martin Scorsese works hard to bring little-seen classics to the web. [CNN]

The potentially exciting web site in question. [The Auteurs]

Beat writers make their way to the big screen. [The Independent]

The Brit-Hitch love-fest (in light of the director’s BFI retrospective) continues. [The Guardian]

“Imagine That” might have tanked this weekend, but this Chris Lee remembrance of Eddie Murphy’s comedy turning point — “Delirious,” which celebrated a 25th anniversary last month — is still worth a look. [Los Angeles Times]

In honor of the limited reelase of Duncan Jones’s “Moon”: 10 unhappy movie astronauts? [Spout Blog]

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  • 1 6-15-2009 at 9:02 am

    James D. said...

    Arrested Development was an amazing show. Not excited?

  • 2 6-15-2009 at 9:05 am

    Kristopher Tapley said...

    If you’re like me and find yourself in the thick of movie coverage, you’re sick and tired of the feeding frenzy for every non-news morsel. My feelings on the show are beside the point.

  • 3 6-15-2009 at 9:19 am

    Guy Lodge said...

    “Arrested Development” was a terrific show, but I honestly can’t see the point of a film.

  • 4 6-16-2009 at 8:05 am

    PJ said...

    I felt that “Arrested Development” ended a little prematurely with several characters and plot strands not being resolved completely, if not satisfyingly enough. That seems to be the sentiment among many fans, as well as the general feeling that the show should at least have completed its three seasons in full (and the creators thought that too, with little snarks inserted into the show itself). So the excitement for potential movie is in my opinion understandable and quite justified.