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Very Good Girls
Two New York City girls make a pact to lose their virginity during their first summer out of high school. When they both fall for the same street artist, the friends find their connection tested for the first time.

Kodachrome
Set during the final days of the admired photo development system known as Kodachrome, a father and son hit the road in order to reach the Kansas photo lab before it closes its doors for good.

Sorry For Your Loss
Her husband's sudden death upends and transforms relationships in Leigh Shaw's life and also forces her to realize how much she didn't know about him.
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Posted on December 22, 2020 / by AliKat in Magazine Scans, Stills, Videos


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Posted on December 15, 2020 / by AliKat in Press, Videos, WandaVision

DEADLINE – Just more than a month before its Disney+ debut, Marvel’s WandaVision dropped a new trailer at Disney Investor Day presentation Thursday – and it really shakes things up.

Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Avengers vets Wanda Maximoff and Vision, the latest look at the January 15-premiering series had a lot of genres and a lot of shifting timelines.

Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the deceptively domestic WandaVision co-stars Kat Dennings, Teyonah Parris, Randall Park and Kathryn Hahn. Matt Shakman directs and Jac Schaeffer is the head writer on the MCU show.

Posted on November 26, 2020 / by AliKat in News, WandaVision

THE DIRECT – According to Benedict Cumberbatch, filming for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was previously reported to begin in early-November. This does make everything seem quite tight, considering he will be reprising the role of Doctor Strange in Spider-Man 3 while Elizabeth Olsen was still finishing with WandaVision.

There have been some questions about whether filming for the multiverse movie was delayed slightly from when Cumberbatch was last informed. Olsen has already revealed that filming for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness would last until at least Christmas for her, but according to the latest Empire interview, Olsen is apparently already filming the Doctor Strange sequel in London.

In the expose on WandaVison in the latest issue of Empire, it was noted that by the time the issue was released, Elizabeth Olsen would be in London shooting Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Elizabeth Olsen actually specifies that she will be filming for Wanda’s character “back-to-back,” implying that she began filming for the Doctor Strange sequel shortly after filming wrapped for WandaVision.

“I’ve spent the last year with Wanda. And it’s actually incredible to go back-to-back because I feel I can contribute so much more now.”

WHAT THIS MEANS

Elizabeth Olsen’s filming schedule actually tells fans quite a bit about other productions since filming for WandaVision apparently reached an end around the beginning of November. At around the same time, Benedict Cumberbatch was on the set of Spider-Man 3 in Atlanta, Georgia, by at least the end of October.

If Elizabeth Olsen did indeed begin filming for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness shortly after finishing with WandaVision, that could imply that Benedict Cumberbatch didn’t shoot for long in Atlanta for Spider-Man 3. At a minimum, Cumberbatch could have been shooting in Atlanta for two weeks, maybe three.

Still, just because Olsen has started filming doesn’t automatically mean that Cumberbatch must be present too, as there are likely scenes with Wanda without the Sorcerer Supreme. Olsen and the team could film such scenes first before Cumberbatch arrives.

It is still unknown what kind of role Doctor Strange will have in Spider-Man 3. Still, considering it seems more and more likely that a multiverse element will be present in the movie, his role has to be more important than a small cameo like in Thor: Ragnarok.

Posted on November 22, 2020 / by AliKat in News, WandaVision

Empire magazine has unveiled its latest newsstand and subscriber covers, and they give us a new look at WandaVision’s loved up Avengers, Vision (Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch (Elisabeth Olsen)...

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– WandaVision is set to be the first of Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ shows to debut on the streaming service, and Empire has now shared a new look at Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as the titular MCU heroes on their latest covers.

The newsstand cover features The MCU’s “strangest couple” looking blissfully happy together in their sitcom-like reality as their true, superhero identities begin to seep in. The stunning subscriber cover by artist Max Löffler, meanwhile, features a more robotic, Metropolis-inspired interpretation of the Vision. Of course, Wanda is never far from his mind!

WandaVision was originally scheduled to premiere next month, but Marvel recently announced that the show would not be hitting the Disney+ streaming service until January 15, making this the first year since 2009 that no new Marvel Studios content has been released. 2020 gonna 2020.

Posted on November 22, 2020 / by AliKat in News, WandaVision

Remember those Marvel TV shows we were promised like a million years ago?

BUZZFEED – Well, one of them finally has a release date, and it’s WandaVision! Drumroll please..

The show, along with The Falcon and the Winter Solider, was supposed to premiere this year, but 2020 had other plans. I know the concept of 2021 seems abstract and impossible, but it’s less than two months away!

At this point, it’s not entirely clear what exactly we should expect from WandaVision. The trailer honestly left me with more questions than answers.

Here’s what we know for sure: We’re gonna see Wanda and Vision in a bunch of different eras, including the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. This is probably due to Wanda’s reality-altering abilities.

There’s definitely a part of the show that pays homage to the classic sitcoms of the ’50s, like this scene that is reminiscent of I Love Lucy. The trailer seems to hint that there will also be more ~dramatic~ elements.

Here’s to 2021 starting off RIGHT.
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Posted on November 22, 2020 / by AliKat in Marvel, Press, WandaVision

EMPIRE – Ever since her introduction in the post-credits sequence of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Wanda Maximoff has always been an ensemble player in its subsequent superhero smackdowns, realigning her allegiances in Age Of Ultron, joining the airport fray in Civil War, and making sure Thanos knew exactly what she was capable of in the finale of Endgame. But she’s never been centre stage before, until now. In WandaVision, the first of the MCU’s upcoming run of Disney+ limited series which tie directly into the long-running movie franchise, she’s the star of the show, paired up once again with Paul Bettany’s Vision for a mind-bending sitcom-inspired comic book mystery.

Elizabeth Olsen’s character, aka Scarlet Witch, might have proved she was more powerful than we were ever aware of at the end of Endgame, but audiences are about to understand her a whole lot better – including what exactly she can do with those Mind Stone-imbued powers. “If you look at the Infinity Saga, I don’t think any single person has gone through more pain and trauma than Wanda Maximoff. And no character seems to be as powerful as Wanda Maximoff. And no character has a power-set that is as ill-defined and unexplored as Wanda Maximoff,” MCU boss Kevin Feige tells Empire. “So it seemed exploring that would be worthwhile post-Endgame. Who else is aware of that power? Where did it come from? Did the Mind Stone unlock it?”

The natural vehicle to explore that power-set? A six-episode romp through sitcom history, with Wanda experiencing a reality that sees her somehow living the American Dream with her robo-beau – despite the fact that we saw him definitively cark it in Infinity War. The results should be like nothing Marvel – or anyone else, for that matter – has done before, bringing superhero set-pieces and psychological character study to an unabashed love-letter to classic domestic situation comedies. “I loved TV, and watched far too much The Dick Van Dyke Show and I Love Lucy and Bewitched and everything,” Feige says of his viewing habits as a kid. And while the bits we’ve seen of WandaVision so far tease homages to old black-and-white series, it has plenty more up its sleeve. “We go up to the Modern Family and The Office style,” Feige reveals. “The talk-to-the-camera, shaky-camera, documentary style.”

Posted on November 11, 2020 / by AliKat in Interviews, Press, Stills, WandaVision

The upcoming Disney+ series is a wonderfully weird send-up of sitcoms of the past — and Marvel’s key to the future. Don’t touch that dial.

 

EW – Last year, the notoriously secretive Marvel Studios did something unprecedented: It opened its set to visitors. WandaVision, the six-hour series about Elizabeth Olsen’s reality-altering witch and Paul Bettany’s charming android, takes inspiration from beloved TV comedies, from campy 1950s classics to the zany family shows of the ’90s. So for its premiere episode, Marvel’s first Disney+ TV show went full midcentury sitcom, filming in classic black and white in front of a live studio audience (all of whom signed very, very strict NDAs).

Crew members came to set in ’50s-era clothing, and used period lenses and lighting to capture that dreamy vintage glow. The special-effects team employed wires and camera tricks straight from Bewitched or I Dream of Jeannie, making wine bottles appear to pour on their own and household appliances zoom about like magic. And when Vision’s familiar maroon skin didn’t look quite right in grayscale, the makeup artists painted Bettany blue instead.

Bettany and Olsen rehearsed their entrances and exits as if putting on a play, and at first, they say the notion of live performance terrified them more than any Marvel supervillain. But by the time they secured their first audience chuckle, the pair realized they might have missed their calling as sitcom stars. “It was insanity,” Olsen, 31, says with a laugh. “There was something very meta for my own life because I would visit those tapings as a kid, where my sisters were working [on Full House].”

“We were all so high by the end of it, we wanted to keep on running the show,” Bettany, 49, adds. “Maybe take it out on tour or something. WandaVision on ice.”






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