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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in November 2017

What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in November 2017
November may mean the end of Halloween, but that doesn’t mean that the creepy fun has to end as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon continue to add some freaky films to November’s list of streaming content.

Netflix will start the month off with films like “Oculus” and “Silent Hill” for fans of big scares and “Casper” and “Scary Movie” for those who looking for a milder way to keep the Halloween spirit alive, and will also add in “9” and “Piranha” later in the month. For those who would rather leave the October spookiness behind, science fiction comedies like “Chappie” and “Men in Black” or family-friendly films like “Charlotte’s Web” and “The Boss Baby” should make for fun movie nights.

Hulu will also keep the frights coming with offerings like “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” and “Beowulf,” but will also get a headstart on the winter holiday season with “Christmas with the Cranks,” Happy Christmas,” and collection
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What Happened Between 'Blade Runner' and '2049'

What Happened Between 'Blade Runner' and '2049'
For those trying to work out just what to expect from Blade Runner 2049, set to bow Friday, Warner Bros. has offered three clues, in the form of short movies inspired by Denis Villeneuve's sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic. They are three projects that fill in the gaps between 2019 (when the original movie takes place) and the year 2049 of the sequel. Black Out 2022, 2036: Nexus Dawn and 2048: Nowhere to Run are less complete narratives as much as puzzles waiting to be unlocked — but what, if anything, can they tell us about the future of a...
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“2048: Nowhere to Run:” Blade Runner 2049 Short

The original Blade Runner was a movie that most people have seen at least once and many more have seen it so many times they could practically repeat the lines word for word. It was a movie that eventually became ingrained enough in popular culture that it gathered a cult-like following among its many fans. As a direct result, many people were excited to learn that a new Blade Runner was in the works, especially when they realized that the original star, Harrison Ford, was going to have a part in the new movie as well. With that being said,

“2048: Nowhere to Run:” Blade Runner 2049 Short
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‘Cowboy Bebop’ Director Shinichirō Watanabe Has Made the Most Stunning ‘Blade Runner’ Anime Film — Watch

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‘Cowboy Bebop’ Director Shinichirō Watanabe Has Made the Most Stunning ‘Blade Runner’ Anime Film — Watch
Denis Villeneuve has been celebrating the upcoming release of “Blade Runner 2049” all month long with the release of short film prequels that help bridge the thirty-year gap between Ridley Scott’s original and his highly-anticipated sequel. Ridley’s son, Luke Scott, directed the first two short films, the Jared Leto-centric “2036: Nexus Dawn” and the David Bautista-starring “2048: Nowhere to Run,” but Villeneuve has recruited Japanese anime master Shinichirō Watanabe to helm the final prequel, “Blade Runner Blackout 2022.”

Read More:‘Blade Runner 2049’ First Reactions Praise Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Mind-Blowing’ and ‘Masterpiece’ Sequel

Watanabe is famous for directing the successful anime series “Cowboy Bepop” and “Samurai Champloo,” and he’s joined by experimental musician Flying Lotus who handles the score. The short film also features additional music by Gerald Trottman, Kuedo and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. The story depicts the lead up to a blackout that led to the prohibition of Replicant production.
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Final ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Short Film Bridges The Gap Between The Movies

The last ‘Blade Runner 2049’ prequel short film has arrived, and it’s absolutely beautiful. ‘Blade Runner Black Out 2022‘ is the third and final short to arrive after both the stellar ‘2036: Nexus Dawn‘ and ‘2048: Nowhere to Run’. Although these shorts gave us some insight into Niander Wallace (Jared Leto) and Sapper Morton’s (Dave Bautista) backstories, this third animated short film actually delves into the backstory of the new Nexus 8 Replicants, and the resulting human revolt that happens because of their creation.

The 15-minute film is directed by Shinichiro Watanabe (best known for his work on ‘Cowboy Bebop.’) The prequel short takes place in 2022, three years after the events of the original ‘Blade Runner‘, and chronicles “The Great Blackout of 2022”, and event that seemingly set many of the film’s plot points into motion. According to the official Blade Runner website:

An electromagnetic pulse (Emp) of unknown origin
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Over 30 ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Images Tease Denis Villeneuve’s Sequel

Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment have unveiled a bunch of new high resolution images from ‘Blade Runner 2049‘ to help promote the film’s release. Recently, we’ve seen 2 prequel shorts– ‘2036: Nexus Dawn‘ and ‘2048: Nowhere to Run‘– and with a little over a week left until the film’s release, these images couldn’t have come at a better time. Directed by Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario) and written by Hampton Fancher (Blade Runner) and Michael Green (Alien: Covenant), the film takes place 30 years after the the events of the original ‘Blade Runner‘.

Here’s the official synopsis for ‘Blade Runner 2049‘:

Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, Lapd Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard
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Third ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Short Prequel to Be Unveiled in Japan on Tuesday

Third ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Short Prequel to Be Unveiled in Japan on Tuesday
Ahead of the release of “Blade Runner 2049,” an official short-film prequel by Japanese director Shinichiro Watanabe (“Cowboy Bebop”) is to be unveiled Tuesday.

Blade Runner Black Out 2022” is the last of three short prequels commissioned by Alcon Entertainment to help bridge the gap between the end of the original “Blade Runner,” whose events wrapped up in 2019, and the highly anticipated sequel set 30 years later. The first prequel, “2036: Nexus Dawn,” was released Aug. 30, and the second, “2048: Nowhere to Run,” dropped Sept. 15. Both were directed by Luke Scott, the son of original “Blade Runner” director Ridley Scott.

Unlike the first two prequels, “Blade Runner Black Out 2022” is an animated short. It is scheduled to premiere Tuesday in Japan, following which it will be released worldwide.

Watanabe says in a trailer shown in Japan that “Blade Runner” was the biggest inspiration for him to work in the animation industry. Watanabe also says that he was eager to
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New ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Short Film Introduces us to Dave Bautista’s Sapper

‘Blade Runner 2049‘ is less than two weeks from hitting theaters (can you believe that?!?!). Now that the marketing campaign for the sequel has ramped up, Warner Bros. have released another prequel short after learning more about Jared Leto‘s Niander Wallace in the previous short, ‘2036 : Nexus Dawn‘. This time, the second of three shorts–titled ‘2048: Nowhere to Run‘–focuses on Dave Bautista‘s replicant fugitive, Sapper.

The Idea behind these ‘Blade Runner 2049‘ short films is to allows us to learn a little bit about the characters before watching the film. With a boisterous runtime of 2 hours and 32 minutes, it’s easy to see how these short films allowed director Dennis Villeneuve the freedom to explore the backstory of key characters without overloading the story to be told in the actual film.

Here’s the short film ‘2048: Nowhere to Run‘, starring Dave Bautista:

What’s
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2048: Nowhere To Run (2017) Short Film: Dave Bautista Fights in Blade Runner 2049’s Prequel

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2048: Nowhere To Run Short Film Luke Scott‘s 2048: Nowhere To Run (2017) short film stars Dave Bautista. 2048: Nowhere To Run‘s plot synopsis: A man named tries to live a peaceful life until those he cares about become endangered and his secret is revealed. The first Blade Runner 2049 [...]

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Dave Bautista is a replicant on the run in Blade Runner 2049 prequel short

A few weeks ago, Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve unveiled an “in-world” prequel short focussing on Jared Leto’s character Niander Wallace entitled 2036: Nexus Dawn [watch it here]. And now we have 2048: Nowhere to Run, the second of three shorts, this time showcasing Dave Bautista’s replicant character Sapper. Watch it below…

See Also: Denis Villeneuve on Jared Leto’s method approach to Blade Runner 2049

#BladeRunner2049‘s @DaveBautista is a replicant on the run in this never-before-seen in-world prequel. Watch it now. pic.twitter.com/xGn3WfjATF

— iTunes Trailers (@iTunesTrailers) September 14, 2017

Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, Lapd Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former Lapd blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
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Another 'Blade Runner' Promo Prequel Short '2048: Nowhere To Run'

"Don't like my offer, you're welcome to try somewhere else." Warner Bros has unveiled another new promo short film for Blade Runner 2049, a prequel this time set one year before the new movie takes place. A few weeks ago, they unveiled a short titled "2036: Nexus Dawn" featuring Jared Leto's character Niander Wallace talking about manufacturing replicants again. This next new short film is titled "2048: Nowhere To Run" and features Dave Bautista as an outlaw replicant named Sapper. He goes out into the streets of Los Angeles 2048 to sell some replicant leeches, but he loses control when he sees a mother and her child being threatened. I love these short film promos, they're exciting and the perfect way to bring us all back to this world. In the intro, Denis Villeneuve mentions there's three of these short films, so there's one more to come after this one.
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‘Detroit’: Martha Reeves, Otis Williams, Questlove on Story Behind Film’s Music

‘Detroit’: Martha Reeves, Otis Williams, Questlove on Story Behind Film’s Music
On a sweltering evening in July 1967, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas were about to perform their new single, “Jimmy Mack,” at a hometown show at Detroit’s Fox Theatre. The group was on a roll, with a string of Top 10 singles including “Dancing in the Street,” “Nowhere to Run” and “Heat Wave.” Yet the trio wasn’t allowed to perform its latest song.

“I was very excited,” recalls Reeves in an interview with Variety. “However, I never got a chance to sing it because [a stagehand] beckoned to me and told me to tell the audience that there’s a curfew because a riot has broken out, and to ask the patrons to leave peacefully. We went outside, and tanks were up and down Woodward Avenue in front of the Fox. It was panic — panic.”

The moment inspired a key scene in “Detroit,” the Kathryn Bigelow-directed retelling of the murder of three black men by police at the
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Film Review: Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’

Film Review: Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’
At their best, liberal film dramas that tackle the monumental issue of race in America have offered humanity and insight. It’s safe to say, though, that when Hollywood gives us a portrait of racial tragedy and injustice, it’s probably a tale of hope and uplift as well, a parable of moral darkness leading nobly into the light. But when you watch “Detroit,” Kathryn Bigelow’s sweeping, scalding drama about the Detroit riots that took place 50 years ago, in July 1967, you’re entering a zone where the usual feel-good pieties don’t apply. For this is no comforting drama of social protest. It’s closer to a hair-trigger historical nightmare, one you can’t tear yourself away from. Bigelow, working from a script by her regular collaborator Mark Boal (it’s their first film since “Zero Dark Thirty”), has created a turbulent, live-wire panorama of race in America that feels like it’s all unfolding in
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European Premiere Interviews: Edgar Wright, Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm & more for Baby Driver

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Author: Jon Lyus

This sweltering evening in London town saw the return of one of the brightest stars in the cinematic sky. Director Edgar Wright brought his latest film to the capital and we were there to meet him and the cast on the red carpet of Baby Driver.

The new film from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz man Edgar Wright stars Lily James, Kevin Spacey, Ansel Elgort, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Eliza Gonzalez, Cj Jones, Jon Bernthal, Lanny Joon, and Paul Williams which is a ridiculously good cast. They are elevated in the film by Baby’s Driver secret weapon – the soundtrack. You can see the full tracklist below, and will no doubt have enjoyed the kinetically pleasing trailers. Wright’s command of editing and his keen ear for cinematically apposite music is put to full use in the film, and you can read our 5 star review of the film right here.

HeyUGuys own Colin Hart and Scott Davis at the Baby Driver Premiere

Scott Davis and Colin Hart were on the carpet this evening, here’s how they got on.

Baby Driver is released in UK cinemas June 28.

Baby Driver European Premiere Interviews

Baby Driver Motion Picture Soundtrack Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – ‘Bellbottoms’ Bob & Earl – ‘Harlem Shuffle’ Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers – ‘Egyptian Reggae’ Googie Rene – ‘Smokey Joe’s La La’ The Beach Boys – ‘Let’s Go Away For Awhile’ Carla Thomas – ‘B-a-b-y’ Kashmere Stage Band – ‘Kashmere’ Dave Brubeck – ‘Unsquare Dance’ The Damned – ‘Neat Neat Neat’ The Commodores – ‘Easy (Single Version)’ T. Rex – ‘Debora’ Beck – ‘Debra’ Incredible Bongo Band – ‘Bongolia’ The Detroit Emeralds – ‘Baby Let Me Take You (in My Arms)’ Alexis Korner – ‘Early In The Morning’ David McCallum – ‘The Edge’ Martha and the Vandellas – ‘Nowhere To Run’ The Button Down Brass – ‘Tequila’ Sam & Dave – ‘When Something Is Wrong With My Baby’ Brenda Holloway – ‘Every Little Bit Hurts’ Blur – ‘Intermission’ Focus – ‘Hocus Pocus (Original Single Version)’ Golden Earring – ‘Radar Love (1973 Single Edit)’ Barry White – ‘Never, Never Gone Give Ya Up’ Young Mc – ‘Know HowQueen – ‘Brighton RockSky Ferreira – ‘Easy’ Simon & Garfunkel – ‘Baby DriverKid Koala – ‘Was He Slow (Credit Roll Version)’ Danger Mouse (featuring Run The Jewels and Big Boi) – ‘Chase Me

Movie Synopsis

A talented, young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams (Lily James), Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss (Kevin Spacey), he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.

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Baby Driver Preview Goes Beat by Beat Through the Banging Soundtrack

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Baby Driver Preview Goes Beat by Beat Through the Banging Soundtrack
With the June 28 release date just a few weeks away, Sony Pictures has debuted a new preview for Baby Driver, which features the cast and writer-director Edgar Wright discussing how important the soundtrack truly is to this film. While the music is certainly an integral component to any movie, it was quite different with Baby Driver, as star Jon Hamm reveals that when he received the script, it also came with a thumb drive full of all the music that will be featured in the movie. The script itself was even written to all of these songs, in order, according to the filmmaker.

Sony Pictures India debuted this preview on YouTube, which features stars such as Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx discussing how the music complements the story. Edgar Wright also states that this story is about a young driver who cannot exist without music, while Ansel Elgort reveals that
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Baby Driver Track List Revealed, Time To Rock Out!

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The Guardians of the Galaxy films are famous for incorporating classic tracks into the films' scenes and narrative -- nothing beats watching Kurt Russell talk his way through 'Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)' by Looking Glass. James Gunn is not the only director who very carefully considers every track, writes to the music he has picked, and seamlessly weaves it into his films. Edgar Wright has been obsessed with his musical choices since his TV show Spaced, with the following soundtracks for Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World's End, and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World all including some pretty deep cuts that make for fine listening, long after you've seen the film.

Baby Driver is Wright's next film, and the latest trailer not only included 'Tequila' by The Champs, but was also titled "Official TeKillYah Trailer" to put further emphasis on the music. The trailer also sports
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Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver Soundtrack will feature eclectic music royalty with the likes of Queen, Barry White and Blur

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Author: Zehra Phelan

Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver couldn’t very well have a limp wristed soundtrack to pound the ears of our fast paced getaway driver so who better to lend a few musical strings than the likes of Queen, Blur, Beck and (obviously) Simon and Garfunkel.

Watch the latest Baby Driver trailer here

The onus falls heavily on a music based theme and heavy weights tracks are needed to help Baby (Ansel Elgort) in order to time bank robbery getaways with beat perfect precision. The soundtrack, which will consist of thirty eclectic tracks, features the cream of the crop from names such as Sky Ferreira, Barry White, the Commodores, Focus, Dave Brubeck, Golden Earring, Young Mc, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers, the Damned, Martha and the Vandellas and Sam & Dave, among others. It also includes one original song, Danger Mouse’s “Chase Me,” featuring
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‘Baby Driver’ Soundtrack: Here’s the Tracklist for Edgar Wright’s Car-Chase Drama

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‘Baby Driver’ Soundtrack: Here’s the Tracklist for Edgar Wright’s Car-Chase Drama
In “Baby Driver,” Ansel Elgort plays a getaway driver who constantly has music playing in order to drown out his tinnitus. And, like “Drive” before it, that music seems to be an integral part of the experience in Edgar Wright’s upcoming film, which premiered at SXSW to strong reviews.

Baby Driver” doesn’t arrive in theaters until later this month, but the tracklist to its soundtrack (which includes three different songs with the word “baby” in the title) is now available courtesy of NME:
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Queen, Beck, Beach Boys, Blur Join Expansive 'Baby Driver' Soundtrack

Queen, Beck, Beach Boys, Blur Join Expansive 'Baby Driver' Soundtrack
Queen, Beck, the Beach Boys, Blur and Simon & Garfunkel highlight the all-star soundtrack for Edgar Wright's upcoming action-comedy film, Baby Driver. The 30-song set is out June 23rd via Danger Mouse's Columbia imprint, 30th Century Records.

The album also features previously issued tracks from Sky Ferreira, Barry White, the Commodores, Focus, Dave Brubeck, Golden Earring, Young Mc, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers, the Damned, Martha and the Vandellas and Sam & Dave, among others. It also includes one original song, Danger Mouse's "Chase Me,
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Criterion Now – Episode 17 – 45 Years, Cannes 2017, Abbas Kiarostami, David Lynch

Aaron and two new guests, Jason Beamish and Kyle Reardon, dig into 45 Years, Cannes 2017, David Lynch and a number of other topics. This ended up being an unpopular opinions episode, as we all took some shots against conventional wisdom. Since Kyle is the youngest guest on the podcast, we gave him a list of films to watch, but found that he had quite the art and classic film foundation.

Episode Notes

4:25 – Dumb Game

11:00 – 45 Years

22:45 – Matias Pineiro Closet Picks

29:00 – Cannes 2017

34:30 – Abbas Kiarostami

40:20 – David Lynch

50:00 – Short Takes (Tampopo, Day for Night, Le Cercle Rouge)

56:45 – FilmStruck

Episode Links Nowhere to Run – Kickstarter Film Ruminations – Tampopo MK2 Acquires 20 Abbas Kiarostami Films Matias Pineiro Closet Picks 2017 Cannes Winners Episode Credits Aaron West: Twitter | Website | Letterboxd Jason Beamish: Twitter | Website Kyle Reardon: Twitter | Run Nowhere Criterion Now: Twitter | Facebook Group Criterion Cast: Facebook | Twitter

Music for the show
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