- The importance of supporting actors. [The Guardian]
News of the Day:
- Andrew Garfield has officially been selected by Sony Pictures to be the new Spiderman. I’m very happy about this choice as he was one of the highlights of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, holding his own amongst Heath Ledger, Johnny Depp, and Christopher Plummer. [Coming Soon]
Review of the Day:
- The local arts blog is head over heels for the Tilda Swinton film I Am Love, which expands this weekend. [State of the Arts]
Free Movie of the Day:
- Enjoy some nostalgia with The Wizard of Oz on TCM tonight at 8pm ET/7pm CT. [TCM]
Movie Quote of the Day:
- “First there was Greek civilization. Then there was the renaissance. Now we are entering the Age of the Ass.” — Name the movie?
Yesterday’s Answer: The Wages of Fear (1953)
Picture of the Day:
- The brilliant Inception marketing team has come out with some trippy building sized advertisements in New York City. [First Showing]
Video of the Day:
- Pajiba has released another excellent movie montage. This time it’s the 100 greatest insults in film history. Shakespeare would be proud. [Vulture]
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