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    Nymphomaniac: Director's Cut Teaser is Extremely NSFW

    Lars von Trier’s sexual epic Nymphomaniac was split into two parts upon its initial release (as Nymphomaniac: Volume I and Nymphomaniac: Volume II), it was also edited for content. Though Von Trier gave his consent for that edit, he still held onto his plans to make a director’s cut of the film entitled Nymphomaniac: Director’s Cut. And it looks like he’s prepping that cut for release, if this teaser is any indication. Also, I need to tell you right now hat this teaser is NSFW. You may think you know NSFW by now, but you don’t. This kind of breaks both the NSFW barrier and my own brain when it comes to the amount of sexual content that can be crammed into 20 seconds
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    Gone Girl Movie Ending: Film and Book Differences Discussed

    This movie looks like it is gonna be good. BUT, like any good movie...it's all in the finish. And, apparently, the source material on this has a loo loo of a final step. For the entire length of the production, Fincher and crew have been trying to distance themselves from a (apparently) divisive ending. It's becoming a bigger story than the movie itself. I hope whatever thay decide on is difficult and irritating to many. That would make a better flick.

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    The Dolphin has read Gone Girl, and yeah, the ending is something, but I think it was brave.

    I am looking forward to the movie despite Ben Affleck.
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    I have not read it yet, but my mother and wife both hated the ending of the book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    I have not read it yet, but my mother and wife both hated the ending of the book.
    It has inspired a lot of hatred. I actually hope they come up with something even more divisive and polarizing. Fincher is just the man to do it too. I LOVES me a good wtf ending.
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    I say keep the book's ending, dammit! The only improvement in my mind would be to make an ending with Cthulhu.

    Seriously, just my silly opinion, but the ending in the book fits with the overall tone of the book. Using a safe ending or a weird ending for the sake of being weird doesn't sound too keen to me, but who knows.
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    John Hillcoat's 'Triple Nine' Sets Fall 2015 Release Date | The Playlist

    THR reports that John Hillcoat’s followup to “Lawless” will hit theaters next year on September 11th. Titled “Triple Nine,” the Matt Cook-scripted heist thriller will follow “a crew of dirty cops that [are] blackmailed by the Russian mob to execute a virtually impossible heist. The only way to pull it off is to manufacture a 999, police code for ‘officer down,’ but the plan is turned upside down when the unsuspecting rookie they set up to die foils the attack.” While the plot may sound like something straight out of the David Ayer playbook, the cast is nothing to sneeze at, encompassing actors like Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Woody Harrelson, Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet, Gal Gadot and Norman Reedus. As it stands right now, “Triple Nine” has September 11th, 2015 all to itself. That date certainly renders the film prime for festival programming: you can bet Telluride, Venice and TIFF are already on the phone trying to secure the film.

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