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Blue Velvet, 1986
To mark the 25th Anniversary of David Lynch’s classic, MGM has today released a new Blu-ray edition of the film. Aside from the remastered feature, the most noteworthy addition is the inclusion of about 50 minutes of unseen footage, previously feared lost to the cutting room floor
More information and a review of the release can be found at Slant Magazine, whilst further details of the deleted footage is discussed at The Guardian

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Blue Velvet, 1986

To mark the 25th Anniversary of David Lynch’s classic, MGM has today released a new Blu-ray edition of the film. Aside from the remastered feature, the most noteworthy addition is the inclusion of about 50 minutes of unseen footage, previously feared lost to the cutting room floor

More information and a review of the release can be found at Slant Magazine, whilst further details of the deleted footage is discussed at The Guardian

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New images of Robert Pattinson in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis
New images from David Cronenberg’s latest movie Cosmopolis  have arrived online, with star Robert Pattinson proving there’s more to his range than sulking, pouting and looking pale. Well, he still looks a bit pale here, but you get our drift.Adapted from the novel by American author Don DeLillo, Cosmopolis will follow Pattinson’s newlywed billionaire as he sets about losing both his bride and his fortune in the space of a single day.[FOR THE FULL STORY INCLUDING MORE IMAGES, CLICK ON R-PATTZ OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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New images of Robert Pattinson in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis

New images from David Cronenberg’s latest movie Cosmopolis  have arrived online, with star Robert Pattinson proving there’s more to his range than sulking, pouting and looking pale. Well, he still looks a bit pale here, but you get our drift.

Adapted from the novel by American author Don DeLillo, Cosmopolis will follow Pattinson’s newlywed billionaire as he sets about losing both his bride and his fortune in the space of a single day.

[FOR THE FULL STORY INCLUDING MORE IMAGES, CLICK ON R-PATTZ OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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50 Best Book To Movie Adaptations
32. Drive (2011)The Book: John Sallis’ book of the same name, which follows Driver, a morally ambiguous lead who drives for a living – and then some.The Movie Version: Supremely stylish and starring a swaggering, on-the-brink-of-something Ryan Gosling. Sure, the plot feels vaguely inconsequential, but this is gorgeous stuff.Biggest Difference: Sallis’ novel has no linear plot, jumping around in time. This conceit was not used in the film.[FOR THE OTHER 49 BEST BOOK TO MOVIE ADAPTATIONS, CLICK ON GOSLING OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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50 Best Book To Movie Adaptations

32. Drive (2011)

The Book: John Sallis’ book of the same name, which follows Driver, a morally ambiguous lead who drives for a living – and then some.

The Movie Version: Supremely stylish and starring a swaggering, on-the-brink-of-something Ryan Gosling. Sure, the plot feels vaguely inconsequential, but this is gorgeous stuff.

Biggest Difference: Sallis’ novel has no linear plot, jumping around in time. This conceit was not used in the film.

[FOR THE OTHER 49 BEST BOOK TO MOVIE ADAPTATIONS, CLICK ON GOSLING OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Here’s a rule I recommend: Never practice two vices at once. - Tallulah Bankhead