Saturday, December 20, 2014

Negromancer News Bits and Bites for December 14th to 20th, 2014 - Updated #9


From Variety:  "The Interview," Seth Rogen and James Franco's comedy about a silly assassination plot against Kim Jong-un (North Korean dictator), will not get a theatrical release.  It may not get any kind of release.

From Variety:  Steve Carell's North Korea-set thriller dropped by New Regency.

From Vulture:  Frank Rich interviewed Chris Rock.

From YahooMovies:  It was 75 year ago today that the Gone with the Wind premiere was held in Atlanta.  Oops, none of the black actors could attend, even eventual Oscar-winner, Hattie McDaniel.

From Variety:  FOX's Exodus: Gods and Kings was the #1 film at the box office for the weekend of Fri., Dec. 12th to 14th, 2014 with an estimated take of $24.5 million.

From Arstechnica:  Marvel reveals plot details about "Ant-Man."

From LATimes:  Sony emails about Obama.  Actually, they aren't terrible.


From Screengonzo:  News of a possible "meeting of the minds" between Marvel and Sony about Spider-Man.

From IGN:  Joss Whedon talks about a big surprise in Avengers: Age of Ultron.


From EntertainmentWeekly:  Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director, Jason Reitman stages a live reading of The Empire Strikes Back, with surprise performances by Mark Hamill and Rainn Wilson.

From EntertainmentWeekly:  10 things Andy Serkis can say about Episode 7.


From YahooSports:  Kobe Bryant passes Michael Jordan for third place on the National Basketball Association (NBA) scoring list.

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