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From its earliest days, cinema has borrowed heavily from the world of magic. Illusion, after all, is part of the moviegoing experience the phrase "the magic of movies" is both literally and figuratively true. This week the Academy of Motion Picture
Clarke's third law of prediction holds that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." The magical space-age design of Asgard in the new Thor movie seems to have taken its cue from this idea in a major way. Here are ten
Suggested Topics In Now You See Me , Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco star as magicians who pull off bank heists with the same ease that they put on Las Vegas conjuring shows. It's just one of the many recent films to
Bowie (below) had the striking looks, the charisma and somewhat alien persona to play this relatively little-known but brilliant engineer, and to sprinkle his scenes with stardust.
The Museum of the Moving Image in New York says it plans to honor Australian actor and entertainer Hugh Jackman at a dinner this December...Cipriani Wall Street. "We are thrilled to be honoring one of the world's most beloved and talented performers,"
The Inventor, Helios Entertainment Hey, they say that the truth is stranger. In The Inventor, part-time writer and full-time engineer Rave Mehta and artist Erik Williams have crafted a graphic novel based on the life of Nikola Tesla, the oddball
Dark Knight / Prestige trailer mashup explains Nolan's three-movie magic trick Mashup trailers can be a lot of fun especially when they involve making ponies say things ponies wouldn't normally say. But there's a special layer of depth to this
However, the news of this so-called "retirement" is no rumor. "Confirming long-standing rumors, Christian Bale revealed in an interview with The Philippine Daily Enquirer that 'The Dark Knight Rises' will be the final Batman movie for both himself
November 5, 2011 Would you slug a Mormon? Hugh Jackman would, and the Aussie star is coming out swinging this week in an anticipated one-man show that looks to displace The Book of Mormon as the hottest ticket on the Great White Way.
Any suggestion that he was a hero for his World War II service, however, was quickly shrugged off. One of his daught- ers, Carol Nelson, said Angier would just say, "I just did what I needed to do...Frank Angier could only hope that the missionaries