The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus

Life comes before art, always. When life is lost – the first priority is the people who were most affected by it, and being respectful of the loss they had to endure. Because of this, the upcoming film Gangster Squad has opted to possibly eliminate or re-shoot an entire scene that touches a little too close to the heartbreak which occurred last week in Aurora, Colorado. It is a difficult situation that you can look at from two very different perspectives, both of which are quite valid. The first is the aforementioned need for respect, which does take precedence over everything else. However there is also the need to carry on, to not let a singular son of a bitch affect our lives so much that we’re completely submitting to the melancholy to the point of letting it win the day. That said – it’s just a movie, and it can be changed. After all, it’s happened before…

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After two very light weeks of releases, This Week in Blu-ray is as full as she’s ever been. We’ve got new movies, movies from yesteryear, good movies, bad movies and seemingly everything in between.

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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we decide never to do the show ever again in 2009.

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On this particular night of Fantastic Fest, at this particular secret screening, we witnessed something spectacular in The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we explore the dark innards of District 9 and try not to get our hands dirty.

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Sony is inches away from scooping up Terry Gilliam’s inventive flick, and they might even send it to theaters this year. Doesn’t it make you want to watch the trailer again?

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Prepare to lose your geek minds and have your inner child take over, because this new Wild Things featurette will revert you back to 6-years old.

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A clip of Heath Ledger in his last performance was shown last night at Comic-Con, and it’s now online for everyone’s eyeballs to behold.

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In order to help you keep all of the movie-related stuff straight, we’ve put together a list of the 13 must see movie-related events of Comic-Con 2009. So get out your pencil and your day calendar (the one with the kittens on it) and write down the following events.

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Heath Ledger in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

In the wake of its appearance at the Cannes Film Festival this past week, three new clips from Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus have appeared online via the French site Comme Au Cinema.

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Familiar names like Almodovar, Tarantino, Lee, Von Trier, Noe, Campion, Loach, and Haneke will all be vying for the Palme d’Or.

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Heath Ledger in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

As if it weren’t enough that Heath Ledger died during production, now that it’s finished, Gilliam has to somehow sell the damned thing.

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This is what people are going crazy for? Parnassus...

The DP for The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus just threw a compilation image up on his personal website, and apparently it’s a slow enough news week for people in the internet tubes to find it amazing. Consider it a photographic revolution.

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Everything That Can Go Wrong: A Look at Terry Gilliam

Gilliam is once again saddling up for The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. By looking back at his past, we attempt to predict the future of this cursed production.

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The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus

Terry Gilliam gets his next project back up and running after the death of Heath Ledger.

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Medical examiner confirms that Ledger’s death was perscription drug related, but accidental.

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Director Terry Gilliam is doing everything he can to save Heath Ledger’s final film, even if that means digitally recreating the late actor…

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