With the recent passing of director Joel Schumacher, fans have been taking another look at his 1995’s addition to the Batman franchise Batman Forever.
Various sources have recently reported the possible existence of a “Schumacher Cut.” This version is believed to be darker and contain less camp than the theatrical cut. Some of the differences include Bruce facing off against a human-sized bat, the darker, more serious tone, less of an emphasis on Dick Grayson, and a focus on Bruce’s deep routed psychological issues.
Following these updates, fans have now begun a social media campaign calling for the studio to “#ReleaseTheSchumacherCut” onto the streaming platform, HBO Max.
LA-based Sentient Entertainment has won the remake rights to Nicole Kidman horror movie hit The Others, which generated $200M global when it was released in 2001.
Pre-release review thanks to distributor StudioCanal.
Based on the best-selling novel by S.J. Watson. The film rights were initially acquired by Ridley Scott; who then brought Rowan Joffé on board as Director (he also wrote the screenplay).
Before I Go To Sleep tells the story of Christine (Nicole Kidman); who suffers from anterograde amnesia and wakes every day with no knowledge of her surroundings and how she came to be the way she is. She goes through life haunted by a past she can’t recall and a present she cannot fathom.
She lives with husband Ben (Colin Firth) who helps her to deal with her condition but we discover she has also been secretly seeing Dr. Nasch (Mark Strong) who is helping her to recover her memory through a video log. With his help she begins to piece together the pieces of her life; sometimes contrary to what she has been told. Continue reading