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TV: What's On Tonight?: Grimm uses some cold bodies in a season-finale attempt to regain some of its lost heat
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Tuesday, May 21. All times are Eastern. Grimm (NBC, 10 p.m.): This supernatural procedural looked poised to have a breakout year at the start of the 2012-13 TV season, but in light of irregular scheduling, an oddly 5/21/13 from The A.V. Club Read more »
On Existentialism. On Human Existence.
What is existentialism? The word makes appearances in pop culture from time to time, two examples that come to mind are Wes Anderson’s screen adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Fantastic Mr.Fox and David O. Russell’s I Heart Huckabees. In varying degrees bot from THE FIVE Read more »
Noah Baumbach On Conversational Collaboration And Small Ideas That Don’t Stay Small
Noah Baumbach makes movies about people. Well, except maybe for The Fantastic Mr. Fox, which he cowrote with Wes Anderson and was about a family of foxes and an opossum. But since his first film, Walking and Talking, the 43-year-old Brooklyn native has m from Fast Company Read more »
Film: Interview: Noah Baumbach on how Frances Ha helped him see New York City with new eyes
Noah Baumbach’s films are the bitter yin to Wes Anderson’s fanciful yang. The two have collaborated as writers on The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou and Fantastic Mr. Fox, and both dabble in arrested development, disconnection, and familial dysfunction. from The A.V. Club Read more »
Cannes 2012 Box Office Led by 'Moonrise Kingdom,' Will Strong Fest Sales Repeat in 2013?
The Cannes 2012 box office results were up, particularly among the Palme d'Or contenders, led by Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom," released by Focus Features to $46 million in North America. Those released so far have garnered a theatrical gross of abou from Indie Wire Read more »