inside made-for-TV holiday movies; Onion glass is the protagonist

inside the made-for-television holiday movie industry; Avatar: Water Road kills it at the box office; Daniel Craig’s character is not supposed to be the protagonist The Glass Onion: Mystery Knives Overthrow, According to director Rian Johnson. Whatever’s on Movie News Rundown today.

But first: Happy Holidays from all of us at Film Maker. Hopefully, you had — and probably still have — a nice, well-deserved end-of-year break filled with good food, and maybe some Christmas movies. While most families go to dwarf Or Jim Carrey How the Grinch Stole Christmas At this time of the year, in my family, it is customary to watch Billy Bob Thorton’s 1996 classic lever blade. Mmmmmm.

(still) in the Christmas spirit: eagle Over at Christmastime, I dive into how TV holiday movies are made, from set to screen. According to the story, more than 150 performances / will premiere this holiday season, and there is a machine right behind them. It’s a great read from eagleRebecca Alter.

Rian Johnson has something to say: Manager Glass Onion: Takes the mystery out of the cutlery Streaming now on Netflix Joshua Encinias recently told that it pisses people off assuming Daniel Craig’s police character is the hero. “I will say, in general, in Addicted to Crime,” Johnson said, “the life of a detective is best seen in glimpses.” Film Maker In a wide conversation about glass onion and much more. “I feel it wrong to confuse the detective with the protagonist and to think that researching his background or his life outside the case is the interesting thing about it.”

Speaking of Johnson: He has another complaint. said the manager diverse He is “upset” that he had to put it down Puzzle brings out the knives in the address. “I tried really hard to make it stand on its own,” he said. “I just want to be called out glass onion. He blames the need for sequential storytelling: “I get it, and I want everyone who loved the first movie to know that this is the next in the series, but also, the whole appeal for me is that it’s a new novel on the shelf every time,” he adds. “But there is a thousand suns appeal to serial storytelling.”

Obama’s favorite movies: Over the past week, former President Barack Obama released his annual list of his favorite movies, music, and books of the year. The list of movies includes John Patton Ford’s Emily the criminal — starring our latest cover star, Aubrey Plaza — and Steven Spielberg Fablemans. It also includes Gina Prince Blythwood The King’s Womanwhich was also one of my favorites this year, and Audrey Dewan’s amazing French abortion drama Happen or occur. See his full list below:

Avatar 2: do not surprise anyone, Avatar: Water Road It absolutely dominated the holiday box office and has officially passed the $900 million mark worldwide. Still far behind as the highest-grossing movie of the year, Top Gun: MaverickWhich grossed $1.488 billion. But I won’t pass James Cameron to catch up with those numbers by the end symbol pictureThe play, considering that the original symbol picture It remains the highest-grossing film of all time.

Defense Babylon: Damien Chazelle Babylon It only earned $3.5 million at the box office during its Christmas opening weekend, but the star-studded big studio movie with even bigger imaginations (and more than 3 hours of runtime) is getting a lot of cinema love on Twitter. Featuring Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Olivia Wilde, and Tobey Maguire, many movie fans insist that art studio films that take big twists are essential to keeping the box office interesting – even if they aren’t instantly liked by audiences. Here are some of the tweets:

Main image: Still image from Lifetime Snowed Inn Christmas.

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