Editors Blog

Germany! The home of beer and brats! The stomping grounds of Beethoven and Bach! The only economically viable country in the Eurozone! As some of you may know, our beloved Managing Editor Cole Abaius (me) will be moving there over the next two months, which means that we’ll be opening up the European Bureau Office of our Eastern Hemisphere Headquarters in 2012. It will, hopefully, have its own built-in sauna. But won’t this move be debilitating for movie coverage focused on the American film scene? Just the opposite!

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There is currently a leaked The Dark Knight Rises script on the internet. It’s of questionable origin and authenticity, but if you really wanted to hunt it down, you could. In other words, if you’d like to know what might possibly be happening in a film that won’t come out for another year and a half, you have that power. The caveat of the power in this specific case is that the script is most likely a fan creation or the moronic idea of some aspiring screenwriter who thinks getting buzz for a fake script can get him or her recognition. What’s fascinating about the way we see movies (and the way the internet has forced us to see them) is that we are seeing far more than just the movie itself. We’re seeing trailers, posters, interviews, featurettes, behind-the-scenes pictures, t-shirts, mash-up videos, speculations, rumors, outright lies, whispered development deals, short lists, and reports of filmmakers having lunch with actors more than actual discussions about movies. It’s overwhelming, and it’s scaring some people.

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How I met a guy I called an asshole on the internet in real life.

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We’re announcing a new schedule of columns — some new and some established — for 2010. As a service to our readers, I would like to give you a bit of a preview of all of our weekly columns below. Will you join me?

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It is likely that I will regret asking this question, but I feel it to be an important one.

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As you may or may not have noticed, there are some changes abound here at Film School Rejects. Come on in and find out what has changed, and why.

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Since we haven’t done this in a while, and since I haven’t slept in four days after starting “LOST” from the beginning, I felt the need to address some new features on the site premiering this week and some cultural trends that are getting us drunk and touching us inappropriately.

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Something twisted up Variety’s panties, because not one, not two, but three articles about how shitty blogs are popped up on Sunday. Are they worth reading? Maybe. Are they worth responding to? Of course.

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To celebrate the 3rd birthday of Film School Rejects, the big man in charge is celebrating by talking about the transitional nature of the month of February and the epic cross-country move that FSR’s world headquarters is about to have. As well, there are also some exciting new goings-on to talk about.

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Through the course of my time on this planet, some 25 years and change, I have always kept what I like to call a “things to not do” log. And if there is one thing that I have realized working in this industry — it is that film journalists are naturally very good at showing their peers what not to do.

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Check Mate.

With Neil at Sundance, I’d like to take this opportunity to stage a coup and discuss Award’s season buzz with you, dear reader.

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Could the groups boycotting Tropic Thunder be right?

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Comic-Con Coverage Recap

Lets say one last goodbye to our Comic-Con 2008 coverage with some pictures and a story from our final night’s team dinner. Oh, and we’ve got a gag reel of footage from all over the Con floor.

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Comic-Con Coverage Recap

These 12 things made the lines, the painful crowds and the sometimes difficult world of being press at such an event worth it. So lets have a look and see what they had to say.

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Comic-Con Coverage Recap

Last year at Comic-Con we needed photos to prove that we were part of the in crowd. We displayed these photos in a feature that we called We Know People. And just like we did with Comic-Con, we are bringing it all back this year…

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And so it has begun — the Film School Rejects team, normally scattered across the country (and the world) is assembling this very day in San Diego, California for Comic-Con International. It is time to find out who we’ve brought along and what we’ve got in store for you.

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The Official Guide to The Dark Knight

This week we continue our romp through Summer Movie Season 2008 by introducing our biggest, most epic feature yet: our Official Guide to The Dark Knight.

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Film School Rejects Editors Blogs

As we reach the midpoint of 2008, I think it is time to take a look back at some of the changes we’ve made here at Film School Rejects and gather some opinions from you, the readers, as to where we still need to go.

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The Cast of Zack and Miri Make a Porno

Talk about a surreal 24-hour stretch — I awoke this morning still trying to process the unbelievably epic nature of The Dark Knight, which I had a chance to see last evening. As well, I also found that Kevin Smith was blogging — about Zack and Miri and The Dark Knight, to be specific.

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Editors Blog: Secret Agent Week

This week I have been pondering many things — one, how can FSR give you more awesome features? And two, would James Bond have wanted an iPhone 3G to use in the field? I’ve got a feeling that he would.

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