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Variety
‘Jupiter’s Moon’ Tops Spain’s Sitges FestivalCoralie Fargeat’s feature debut’s “Revenge,” a stylish rape-revenge horror thri
Variety / Posted 9 days ago
Coralie Fargeat’s feature debut’s “Revenge,” a stylish rape-revenge horror thriller, took best director Fargeat snagged the Citizen Kane Award for an up-and-coming director. A disturbing supernatural thriller and Norway’s entry for the... Read more
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Reality TV World
Famous birthdays for Oct. 10: Maggie Elizabeth Jones, Dan Stevens, Brett Favre, Mya, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Brett Favre, Bai Ling, Bradley Whitfordresigns in disgrace after pleading no contest to income tax evasion. In 1985,
Reality TV World / Posted 12 days ago
resigns in disgrace after pleading no contest to income tax evasion. In 1985, movie legend Orson Welles, whose innovative Citizen Kane of 1941 was regarded by many as the best American-made film of all time, died of a heart attack at the age of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hollywood's black and white movie icons in COLOR(pictured here in 1942) won an Emmy and two Golden Globe awards. She appeared a
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
(pictured here in 1942) won an Emmy and two Golden Globe awards. She appeared alongside Orson Welles in the 1941 classic Citizen Kane American actress and dancer Louise Brooks (pictured in 1925) starred in popular films such as Pandora's Box... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
October 10cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker
KTXS Abilene / Posted 14 days ago
cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker Orson Welles, whose first movie was 1941's "Citizen Kane," often ranked as one of the all-time greatest films, dies from a heart attack at the age of 70 in Los Angeles.... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
October 10cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 14 days ago
cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker Orson Welles, whose first movie was 1941's "Citizen Kane," often ranked as one of the all-time greatest films, dies from a heart attack at the age of 70 in Los Angeles.... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
October 10cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 14 days ago
cancer at the age of 65 in New York City. [ + - ] 1985: Actor and filmmaker Orson Welles, whose first movie was 1941's "Citizen Kane," often ranked as one of the all-time greatest films, dies from a heart attack at the age of 70 in Los Angeles.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Apple’s new emojis: dinosaurs, dumplings and ‘ILY’An angry, cursing face. A head of broccoli. A “Citizen Kane”-style sled. A blac
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 days ago
An angry, cursing face. A head of broccoli. A “Citizen Kane”-style sled. A black mountain climber. A genderless person, available in a range of races and ages. Apple’s new emojis are here. First announced on World Emoji Day (yes, apparently, that... Read more
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Boston Globe
‘Loving Vincent’ gets style points for Van Goghdramatizes a controversial conspiracy theory before ultimately walking it much
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
dramatizes a controversial conspiracy theory before ultimately walking it much of the way back. The script follows the “Citizen Kane” format, with the main character interviewing one person after another about Van Gogh’s final days and each... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Cubs no longer the story but still a story for baseball’s postseasonAhab had his whale in "Moby Dick." The newsreel reporter in "Citizen Kane" had
Chicago Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
Ahab had his whale in "Moby Dick." The newsreel reporter in "Citizen Kane" had Rosebud. For Wile E. Coyote, there always will be the Road Runner. And, going into the playoffs last year, there was the Cubs' century-plus quest for a World Series... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Blade Runner' went from Harrison Ford's 'miserable' production to Ridley Scott's unicorn scene, ending as a cult classicbook, Heavy Metal, was a major inspiration, and Paull and Scott screened everyt
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
book, Heavy Metal, was a major inspiration, and Paull and Scott screened everything from "Metropolis" to "Eraserhead," "Citizen Kane" and "The Blues Brothers," which inspired "Blade Runner's" flaring gas fires. As he had on "Alien," where he'd... Read more
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The Scientist
Making DNA Data Storage a Realityearlier this year when the team stored and sequenced around 3.6 kB of binary da
The Scientist / Posted 22 days ago
earlier this year when the team stored and sequenced around 3.6 kB of binary data coding for two compressed images (a Citizen Kane poster and a smiley face emoji).10 Other groups are working on combining DNA storage with different molecular... Read more
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/Film
The Disaster Artist Review From The Room Star Tommy Wiseausynopsis for The Disaster Artist: This is a true story about the making of THE
/Film / Posted 24 days ago
synopsis for The Disaster Artist: This is a true story about the making of THE ROOM – the cult classic described as the “Citizen Kane of bad movies”. THE DISASTER ARTIST, directed by and starring James Franco, is a buddy comedy about two... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Hugh Hefner, who built and embodied the Playboy empire, dies at 91was a stunning success from his emergence in the early 1950s. His timing was pe
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
was a stunning success from his emergence in the early 1950s. His timing was perfect. He was compared to Jay Gatsby, Citizen Kane and Walt Disney, but Mr. Hefner was his own production. He repeatedly likened his life to a romantic movie; it... Read more
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Variety
‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ on ABCthat unloved program, Scott Buck, moved over to “Marvel’s Inhumans.” Somehow he
Variety / Posted 26 days ago
that unloved program, Scott Buck, moved over to “Marvel’s Inhumans.” Somehow he’s outdone himself: “Iron Fist” looks like “Citizen Kane” next to this slapped-together, incoherent, cheap-looking mess. Do not spend any of your limited time on this... Read more
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Variety
ABC Braces for Deep Impact With ‘Idol,’ ‘Inhuman’ ChallengesMarvel drama “Iron Fist.” In her review of “Inhumans” for Variety, critic Maure
Variety / Posted 26 days ago
Marvel drama “Iron Fist.” In her review of “Inhumans” for Variety, critic Maureen Ryan wrote, “‘Iron Fist’ looks like ‘Citizen Kane’ next to this slapped-together, incoherent, cheap-looking mess.” When ABC Entertainment president Channing... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
‘Bonnie and Clyde’ ends Stanford’s Warner Bros. series with a bangends this weekend with a bang: “Bonnie and Clyde.” Only a few films are said t
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
ends this weekend with a bang: “Bonnie and Clyde.” Only a few films are said to have changed cinema forever. Just as “Citizen Kane” was a game-changer, Arthur Penn’s 1967 take on Depression-era criminals Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) and Bonnie... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
‘Bonnie and Clyde’ ends Stanford’s Warner Bros. series with a bangends this weekend with a bang: “Bonnie and Clyde.” Only a few films are said t
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 28 days ago
ends this weekend with a bang: “Bonnie and Clyde.” Only a few films are said to have changed cinema forever. Just as “Citizen Kane” was a game-changer, Arthur Penn’s 1967 take on Depression-era criminals Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) and Bonnie... Read more
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Variety
L.A. Theater Review: Matthew Bourne’s ‘The Red Shoes’music, meanwhile, belongs to the great screen composer Bernard Herrmann, reasse
Variety / Posted 29 days ago
music, meanwhile, belongs to the great screen composer Bernard Herrmann, reassembled from multiple film scores, including “Citizen Kane,” “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” and “Fahrenheit 451” (for the show’s eponymous ballet). At the performance... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Amazon, Apple and the Creative Hub Rising in the "Heart of Screenland"didn't get enough credit," says resident and historian Julie Lugo Cerra, referr
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted a month ago
didn't get enough credit," says resident and historian Julie Lugo Cerra, referring to such Culver City-created classics as Citizen Kane and Singin' in the Rain. And while it's safe to say Harry Culver probably never anticipated hosting Gwyneth... Read more

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