5 black and white movies for people who don't like black and white movies
Webbs mission was to let fans know his sequel would go far beyond the origins story of last years film and build a universe that would play out over several sequels (studio already has dated the next two). The director said he was exhilarated and liberated with being able to move Spider-Mans story forward, and revealed footage of a bolder-looking film, with more action and character development. In the sequel, Foxx plays the villain Electro, and thesp was game to let fans know his deep interest in the characters background and his approach to playing the character. Its extremely fun to play the villain, he said. You dont have to color inside the lines. Andrew Garfield is spending most of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel in character as Spidey. #ComicCon http://t.co/Xcef0ztUw7 Marc Graser (@marcgraser) July 20, 2013 Warner Bros: Batman and Superman Zack Snyder appeared at the end of Warner Bros. and Legendarys three-hour panel to reveal his plans for the Man of Steel sequel: add Batman. To make the announcement, the director brought out Man of Steel-castmember Harry Lennix to read from Frank Millers 1986 book, The Dark Knight Returns, in which Batman battles Superman: I want you to remember, Clark. In all the years to come. In all your most private moments. I want you to remember my hand at your throat. I want you to remember the one man who beat you. A logo was then revealed featuring the Superman logo over a new Bat-symbol.
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What really makes this movie a must-see are the powerhouse performances by pretty much every actor on screen, from Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman to Peter Lorre and Claude Rains. Make it an event, dress in your finest tuxedo or cocktail attire, and spend an evening with Sam and the gang at Rick's. High Noon (1952) A black and white western is mandatory viewing for the burgeoning classics aficionado. "High Noon" delivers everything a classic western should; horses, gun fights, Gary Cooper and lots of trains and dust. The cast is rock solid, with Cooper playing a sheriff turned storekeeper turned sheriff, and Grace Kelly as his new bride. Cooper and Kelly work wonderfully together as the conflicted lawman and his Quaker, principled wife. When a villain is set to ride into town on the noon train, Cooper's character Will must face him down in a standoff clasico. Full of tense moments and heartfelt romance, "High Noon" is a definite must-watch for any and all movie buffs. Some Like it Hot (1959) The quintessential farcical satire, perfectly paced and uproariously delivered, "Some Like it Hot" will please even the most modern of film predilections . Marilyn Monroe shines as Sugar Cane, a lounge singer with a bad eye for men. Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon round out the cast as her two cross-dressing band mates who deliver a laugh a minute. Director Billy Wilder spares no expense with the jokes and plays every scene up to a 10. If you think older movies can't be funny, think again.
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