Hurricane Sandy

Reject Recap: The Best of Film School Rejects

Last weekend seems like such a long time ago. It seems like it was in another galaxy far, far away, in fact. We now live in this strange new world in which Disney not only owns Lucasfilm but is also putting out a new live-action Star Wars movie in two and a half years. And yet, that’s still not the biggest thing to happen in the last seven days. This is, of course, the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, which has affected the film industry to a degree. For one thing, as we reported, it destroyed a major piece of movie memorabilia — the HMS Bounty replica used in Mutiny on the Bounty and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest — and two human lives with it. Also, a number of films that opened or were supposed to open in limited release in New York City this weekend have been delayed until power is restored to the venues hosting them. Meanwhile, individuals without electricity in the wake of the storm have been unable to read FSR all week. The least of their problems, obviously, and I’m not saying it’s any priority of theirs to catch up with our content, but if they are looking to do so once they can, the recap is here. Seriously, though, join us in helping the people in need post-Sandy by maybe skipping just one movie and donating the ticket money instead. If you are catching up or looking for highlights, let us first remind you of our […]


American Red Cross

There’s a great deal of news happening in the entertainment world today. Disney bought LucasFilm and it means more Star Wars. There’s new posters, new trailers and plenty of talk about horror movies as October comes to a close. But as you may notice, the response of news organizations such as this may be a little slower than usual as we all work to check in on our friends and families on the east coast. Beyond that, more than one-third of FSR’s readership lives in the area affected by Hurricane Sandy. These are our friends, our fellow movie-lovers. So we want to take a moment to encourage you to do your part. It’s simple: a donation of the cost of a movie ticket ($10-15) could make more of a difference than you’d think. You can donate to any one of these reputable organizations: American Red Cross | Salvation Army | Global Giving


HMS Bounty

As all of us here in the middle and western parts of the country wait anxiously in the hope that our friends and family on the East Coast will be alright through the landfall of Hurricane Sandy, it’s hard not to become inundated with news coverage. One particular story that has a connection to the film world is that of the HMS Bounty, the replica ship that has been used in films such as Mutiny on the Bounty, Treasure Island and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, which was overwhelmed this morning by the oncoming storm 90-miles off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

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published: 01.28.2015
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