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The worst recent movie franchises ranked from garbage to flaming dumpster fires

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https://filmdaily.co - There’s a lot of bad franchises out there right now that aren’t doing the best job of maintaining a legacy. Here are ten of the worst recent movie franchises ranked from garbage to flaming dumpster fire.The post The worst recent movie franchises ranked from garbage to flaming dumpster fires appeared first on Film Daily.

Here we go again! All the new romcoms out in 2018

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https://filmdaily.co - Why not check out some of the best romcoms of 2018 so far? We’ve also thrown in a few that aren’t even out yet so you can add the release dates to that secret movie calendar you’ve got hidden in your underpants draw.The post Here we go again! All the new romcoms out in 2018 appeared first on Film Daily.

Feast your eyes on this: The most stunning set designs in movie history

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https://filmdaily.co - Last Saturday saw the sad passing of Richard Alan Greenberg. With that in mind, we’re looking at the power design has on films by listing some of cinema’s most beautiful creations.The post Feast your eyes on this: The most stunning set designs in movie history appeared first on Film Daily.

Insider tips: The best books for short film screenplay writers

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https://filmdaily.co - So you want to get into making short films – after all, it’s where many of the greatest directors started. Here are five essential books for any budding short film writer.The post Insider tips: The best books for short film screenplay writers appeared first on Film Daily.

Who really runs Harlem? Celebrating the headstrong women of ‘Luke Cage’

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https://filmdaily.co - These are characters full of hidden dimensions who are given the space to be physically, mentally, and emotionally strong alongside some shows of relatable vulnerability. Here are the four main ferocious women of 'Luke Cage' S2 and why we love them.The post Who really runs Harlem? Celebrating the headstrong women of ‘Luke Cage’ appeared first on Film Daily.

Why Robin Hood is already missing the mark

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https://filmdaily.co - From the overabundance of explosions, crossbows that emulate assault rifles, and blatantly no accurate representation of English medieval material culture, their clothes look straight out of Hunger Games, 'Robin Hood' looks like a disaster waiting to happen.The post Why Robin Hood is already missing the mark appeared first on Film Daily.

Frameline42: Everything you need to see at the San Francisco’s international LGBTQ festival

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https://filmdaily.co - Frameline42 is the San Francisco International LGBTQ festival and it starts today, in you guessed it, San Francisco! As you might imagine with a festival that runs for 10 days there’s a lot happening! Here’s some of the highlights we have to look forward to.The post Frameline42: Everything you need to see at the San Francisco’s international LGBTQ festival appeared first on Film Daily.

Will ‘Fahrenheit 451’ start a stream of Bradbury adaptations?

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https://filmdaily.co - Who’s the next author to become a well for TV and film adaptations? We think that with 'Fahrenheit 451' airing on HBO last month, Ray Bradbury could be the next major source.The post Will ‘Fahrenheit 451’ start a stream of Bradbury adaptations? appeared first on Film Daily.

The Revenant: Inside the toughest film and TV shoots ever

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https://filmdaily.co - Recently, the news of a battle scene from the next season of 'Game of Thrones' taking a staggering 55 consecutive nights to shoot set fans’ wildest fantasies free.The post The Revenant: Inside the toughest film and TV shoots ever appeared first on Film Daily.

The fiercest LGBTQI documentaries to watch during Pride month

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https://filmdaily.co - While the past year has been solid for queer cinema with the release of the likes of 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post', 'Call Me by Your Name', and 'A Fantastic Woman', we’re focusing on the non-fictional side of things so you can bring education and fun to your Pride celebrations.The post The fiercest LGBTQI documentaries to watch during Pride month appeared first on Film Daily.