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Alfred Hitchcock

  1. Agent Carter Recap: “A Sin to Err”

    “Those girls from the telephone company are all the same.” Or are they? This week on Agent Carter, covers are blown, secrets come out into the open, and the MCU gets its first "lesbian" kiss (if you squint real hard and ignore the implications).

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  2. Take Cover: A Michael Bay-Produced Remake Of Hitchcock’s The Birds Is Happening

    Your Stupid Minds! Stupid! Stupid!

    It could be the most terrifying motion picture ever made! 

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  3. Alfred Hitchcock: “Please Do Not Text During the Movie, Because It Makes Everyone Psycho.” [VIDEO]

    For great justice

    When Alfred Hitchcock tells you to not talk or text during a movie, you’d better pay attention! This movie cell phone PSA, tied to the upcoming film Hitchcock starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, makes my inner film nerd especially happy, as when Psycho came out Hitch made waves by telling theaters they weren’t allowed […]

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  4. The First Trailer For Hitchcock Is Full Of Helen Mirren Goodness

    Bloody Good Fun

    Did you think Alfred Hitchcock ever thought people would be watching trailers about him rather than his films? It just so happens there's two this year - HBO's The Girls, starring Toby Jones as the director, and this one, called simply Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins. It also stars the always awesome Helen Mirren as Hitchcock's wife, Alma Reville. Check out the first trailer and let us know what you think. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Deadpool Celebrates Canadian Thanksgiving

    Things We Saw Today

    Yup, today is Canada's Thanksgiving. Eat up!  (via ComicVine) 

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  6. That Adorable Kid From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Is Going To Play Norman Bates

    thanks but no thanks

    Freddie Highmore, whose adorable mug you may remember from Finding Neverland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, has just secured a role in A&E's Psycho prequel. The actor will be playing Norman Bates. The rest on that disturbing news plus who will play his brother (his brother!?) after the jump.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Catwoman #0 Gets a New Cover

    Things We Saw Today

    After the intense backlash against the bundle of limbs presented in the solicit for Catwoman #0 in June, I'm only a tiny bit surprised that DC had the cover redrawn by another artist (Adriana Melo) before print. Her torso still kinda snaps in half at the ribcage, but she has a neck, and I can clearly see how all her limbs are attached to her body. The fact that Selina has also remembered how zippers work is icing. (Bleeding Cool)

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  8. Psycho Prequel TV Series Has Cast Norman Bates’ Mother

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    In a year of two behind-the-scenes Alfred Hitchcock projects, a new contendor as emerged. It's a new drama series from A&E called Bates Motel that explores the relationship between Norman Bates and his mother...Norma. Does anyone want this?

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Syrio Forel’s School of Dance

    Things We Saw Today

    First lesson: Stick them with the pointy end. By djwetmouse via Dan Faust.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Hugh Jackman Is Still Wolverine

    Things We Saw Today

    Just in case you were wondering. Comic Book Movie has a few more shots from on set of The Wolverine.

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  11. Things We Saw Today: Community‘s Yvette Nicole Brown With Captain America’s Shield

    Things We Saw Today

    As captured by Marvel's Agent M.

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  12. Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window From Another Angle [VIDEO]

    It's Technical

    I'm a bit of an Alfred Hitchcock fanatic and Rear Window from 1954 is near the top of my favorite movies list. I never thought I'd see something like this done, hell, I didn't think something like this could be done. I'll let the creator, Jeff Desom explain. "I dissected all of Hitchcock's Rear Window and stiched it back together in After Effects. I stabilized all the shots with camera movement in them. Since everything was filmed from pretty much the same angle I was able to match them into a single panoramic view of the entire backyard without any greater distortions. The order of events stays true to the movie's plot." So basically, you're seeing everything Jimmy Stewart's character, L.B. Jeffries, sees. You're just skipping all the scenes centered on him. The video here is a time-lapsed version of Desom's work, the full version runs twenty minutes long. Read more about it here.

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  13. Scarlett Johansson To Play Janet Leigh In Alfred Hitchcock And The Making Of Psycho

    Bloody Good Fun

    Scarlet Johansson is spending her summer kicking butt with The Avengers but pretty soon she'll be practicing how to get murdered. The actress has been cast as Janet Leigh in the film, Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho

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  14. 10 Movies That Should Be In Theaters All The Time

    Consider the Following

    Every once in a while, popular films are re-released into theaters. Sometimes it's with improved sound, effects etc. but sometimes it's just because people love them so much. This past year we saw Disney's The Lion King back in theaters in 3D and the original Back to the Future. Next year will find Star Wars back in theaters (again) with their 3D version. When movies like these are brought back to the big screen, they almost always prove extremely popular, not to mention profitable. So that begs the question - why do they ever leave? The movie theater business isn't an easy one. Most of their money is made through popcorn, candy and soda sales with a percentage of ticket sales going to the studios depending on how long the film is out. Special screenings, depending on who's running them, have a different cost strategy, but pretty much, if people will keep coming to see it (and buying concessions) it stands to reason they'll make money. Here are ten films that I think deserve to perpetually show on the big screen. Granted I don't know everything about what a financial model for something like this would be and I'm not saying they have to show every day but theaters are guaranteed to have at least one butt in their seats for these.

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  15. Lost Alfred Hitchcock Film Found in New Zealand

    Who He Is and How He Came to Be

    In a rather amazing discovery, the New Zealand Film Archive and the National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) has announced that the first 30 minutes of one of the first films worked on by Alfred Hitchock has been found. Made in 1923, The White Shadow featured the first credited efforts of the then-24-year old Hitchcock, who served as the writer, assistant director (to Graham Cutts), editor, and production designer. It made its way to New Zealand in 1989 and has been languishing there, like some pile of unwanted nitrate prints. (Come on, we've all got those lying around.)

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