Elvis. The name says it all: Music, movies, the first genuine American pop icon. The man that paved the way for the superstars that were to follow. HBO's two-part, three-hour documentary follows the legend from birth to the final recording sessions in 1976 and Elvis' death. Elvis Presley: The Searcher premieres April 14, 2018.
Ralph is going to cyberspace. Six years after the first film, the arcade gets Wi-Fi so Ralph and Vanellope venture into the uncharted territory to find a part for Sugar Rush. The new world wide web is full of new characters, bringing Taraji P. Henson to the cast while John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch return to Litwak's Family Fun Center to reprise their roles. Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is coming to theaters November 21, 2018.
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Ships are hard to hide but with the addition of U-boats in WWI, these massive vessels needed a way to dodge incoming torpedoes. That's where artist Norman Wilkinson came in. Taking inspiration from cubist painters, he developed Dazzle Camouflage. The method didn't make ships invisible, but its bizarre patterns and bright colors confused u-boats and therefore misdirecting their fire.
Getting a film into serious contention for the Best Picture Oscar isn't just a matter of throwing it in a theater and hoping it gets good reviews. Film festivals, release dates, the Academy itself, and a two-phase marketing scheme that has more to do in common with a political campaign than film are necessary. Meaning, making a good movie is a very small part of the battle.