MUBI’s David Hudson collects the plethora of remembrances honoring the life and career of the great Leslie Nielsen.
In other sad news, Irvin Kershner, by most accounts the director of the only good Star Wars film, has died in Los Angeles. He was 87.
David Lynch wants to be a pop star.
Sight & Sound has polled a bunch of critics and come up with its Best of 2010. The top dog—and future Oscar-winner (you wait and see)—is David Fincher’s The Social Network. The full list is available at MUBI.
The top 10 revelations from WikiLeaks cables.
David Bordwell compares Variety with The Hollywood Reporter.
Salon is open to a merger. So are we…cough, cough.
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