Harrison Ford

‘Blade Runner 2′ Is Happening — But Not with Ridley Scott

Sad news today for the half-dozen Ridley Scott fans left on futuristic-present-day Earth: Scott, creator of Alien, Blade Runner and… Read More

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The “Force” Might Finally “Awaken” this Weekend : Links You Need to See

With our American palate becoming desensitized by all forms of devilishly good and taste-masking hot-sauces, it’s become hard to enjoy simple gastronomic pleasures without excessive amounts of added flavor. Any kind of sauce, really. It’s actually emotionally trying to not put a sauce on something. Therefore, I understand that it might be necessary to also accompany this post with a nice onion fig glaze. And who better to make your onion fig glaze, or at least to to teach you how to make your own onion fig glaze, than singer-turned-chef, Kelis? After all, her milkshake brought quite a few men to an outdoor space some years ago, so I’m hoping her onion fig glaze does something similar now. … Read More

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Watch Blake Lively Play Ellen Burstyn’s Mother in ‘The Age of Adeline’ Trailer

Characters who age at a different (or oppositional) rate than others always shake our notions of drama. Because the way we… Read More

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‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Title Announced

J.J. Abrams’ upcoming, hot-hot-hotly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII has officially been given a title: The Force Awakens. News of the title… Read More

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Steven Soderbergh Turned ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ into a Black-and-White Silent Movie

Steven Soderbergh’s website Extension 765 serves several purposes, most of them commercial: he sells his artwork and… Read More

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The Stories Behind 10 Iconic Movie Scenes

Sixty years ago today, Marilyn Monroe stepped on a subway grate and made movie history. She was shooting a film called The Seven-Year Itch in New York City, and the image of her on the grate, the train passing underneath blowing up her skirt, would become one of the most iconic in all of cinema. To commemorate that magic movie moment, we’ve gathered behind-the-scenes tales of that and nine other classic movie scenes. (We didn’t include Raiders. Harrison Ford shot the guy with the sword instead of fighting him because he had the trots. We’re assuming you knew that one.) … Read More

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