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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 Trailer Breakdown

Rob Leane Jun 11, 2019

Nintendo is working on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, and its trailer left us with one big question...

One of the biggest, best and most beloved games on Nintendo Switch is set to get a sequel, with Nintendo confirming at E3 2019 that development has begun on The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2. You can watch the trailer at this link if you haven't already.

Dropped in a surprise fashion at the very end of this year's E3 edition of Nintendo Direct, this teaser for the upcoming Breath Of The Wild sequel quickly took the internet by storm. After all, just by existing, this game is very exciting.

But what actually happened in the Breath Of The Wild 2 trailer, and what might it mean? Let's have a closer look at the teaser to see what we can glean, and try to answer a few questions.
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Andrew Cosby Announced as Showrunner for Legion M’s New Steampunk Series Evermor

  • DailyDead
As the co-creator of the Syfy series Eureka, co-writer of the new Hellboy movie, and co-founder of Boom! Studios, Andrew Cosby has provided sci-fi fans with cutting-edge entertainment for years, and we're excited to share that he'll continue to do so as the showrunner for Legion M's new steampunk series Evermor, inspired by the real-life Dr. Evermor’s Sculpture Park in Wisconsin:

Press Release: Los Angeles – Fan-Owned Legion M today announced that Andrew Cosby, screenwriter of the upcoming Hellboy movie and co-creator of Syfy’s hit series “Eureka,” will be the series showrunner for the entertainment company’s original television project “Evermor.” Co-created by Legion M members Perry Covington, Erik Figi and Tya Kottler, and co-written by Covington and Figi, “Evermor” is a one-hour sci-fi fantasy Steampunk series inspired by Dr. Evermor’s Sculpture Park in Sauk County, Wisconsin. Legion M—the world’s first fan-owned entertainment company—is serving
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Legion M: David Baxter Promoted To VP Of Development

  • Deadline
Legion M, billed as the world’s “first fan-owned entertainment company,” has promoted David Baxter to vice president of development, where he will oversee the company’s development slate of film, television, and Vr projects with COO and head of content, Terri Lubaroff.

Baxter has been in the spotlight in recent days as a key event producer of the high-profile Star Lee tribute scheduled for Wednesday at the Tcl Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The event will be hosted by Kevin Smith who, like industry veteran Baxter, knew and admired the late Marvel Comics icon for decades.

With more than 25 years in the entertainment industry as a development executive, producer, and award-winning WGA writer, Baxter joined Legion M as the head of content-developing services when the company was formed by Paul Scanlan and Jeff Annisonin in 2016. The company uses the equity crowdfunding laws enabled by the federal Jumpstart Our Business Startups
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Tony Gilroy & Scott Frank Tell How William Goldman’s Mentorship Left As Lasting A Hollywood Legacy As Oscars & Dialogue

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Tony Gilroy & Scott Frank Tell How William Goldman’s Mentorship Left As Lasting A Hollywood Legacy As Oscars & Dialogue
Exclusive: There are dozens of dialogue lines that made William Goldman an iconic screenwriter — “Follow the money” from All the President’s Men, and “Is it safe?” from Marathon Man among them — but to a legion of top screenwriters whom Goldman helped find their voices, here’s a lesser-known signature line just as memorable: “I’m in the book.”

That is what Goldman said to many young screenwriters who dared ask a legend for help, back when people actually thumbed through the white pages of the New York City phone book. That’s where Goldman left his Manhattan number, which led to tutorials over lunches at places like The Carlyle Hotel, where Goldman held court and spread the gospel of good writing to so many. Even though he wrote many a withering column about movies he didn’t love — the manipulative bookend-ed start and end of Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan
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Legion M And Chicken Soup For The Soul Form Film And TV Partnership

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Legion M And Chicken Soup For The Soul Form Film And TV Partnership
Exclusive: Legion M, the fan-owned entertainment company known for backing specialty film titles like Mandy and Colossal, has formed a broad film and TV partnership with Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment.

The arrangement will see the two companies jointly source, develop and produce community-driven, original content. The deal will also offer fans the opportunity to potentially invest and receive equity in the projects. Css Entertainment, which owns established film distributor Screen Media, will gain exclusive rights to several TV series in the works at Legion M, while Legion M will participate in forthcoming Screen Media film titles.

Initial titles on the partnership slate include Positv, a weekly package of uplifting news and unscripted fare curated by the Legion M community; sketch comedy competition show Comedy Royale; the Shark Tank-esque entrepreneur show Up$ide; and weekly music showcase New York Rock Exchange. Another series, simply titled Legion M, brings
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Alec Baldwin movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, including ‘Glengarry Glen Ross,’ ‘Beetlejuice,’ ‘The Cooler’

  • Gold Derby
A few years ago, after rough battles with the press and paparazzi and the cancellation of his MSNBC talk show, Alec Baldwin penned a much-publicized article announcing he’d be leaving “public life.” Baldwin seems to have reconsidered that departure and has been all over the media this last year. is currently appearing in two popular films, “BlacKkKlansman” and “Mission Impossible: Fallout.” On the television side he appeared in the limited series “The Looming Tower”, recreated his recurring role on the reboot of “Will and Grace”, hosted “Match Game” and will premiere this fall in “The Alec Baldwin Show,” an interview program on ABC.

Most notably Baldwin continued his appearances on “Saturday Night Live” lampooning Donald Trump. He recently received his 19th Emmy nomination for Best Comedy Supporting Actor. Baldwin won the award last year and has previously won two Best Comedy Actor twice for his role on “30 Rock.
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All 8 Aaron Sorkin Movies Ranked From Worst to Best (Photos)

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All 8 Aaron Sorkin Movies Ranked From Worst to Best (Photos)
Aaron Sorkin was probably born in the wrong era. And yet here he is, still kicking in 2017. His characters operate under an impossibly witty and clever language, engaging in exchanges only experienced in the movies of Howard Hawks or Frank Capra. It’s fueled by a rapid-fire repartee. For better or worse, Sorkin has replicated this breathless style of dialogue. With the upcoming release of “Molly’s Game,” Sorkin’s directorial debut, we decided to rank every film the man has penned over the course of 25 years. “Malice” (1993) Sorkin’s shoddiest screenplay is also his most dated. In “Malice”, Nicole Kidman plays.
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Aaron Sorkin Was Pushed to Write a ‘Steamy’ Sexy Scene for Nicole Kidman in ‘Malice’ and Refused

Aaron Sorkin Was Pushed to Write a ‘Steamy’ Sexy Scene for Nicole Kidman in ‘Malice’ and Refused
Aaron Sorkin is currently making the press rounds in promotion of his directorial debut “Molly’s Game,” and he recently shared an eye-opening story with USA Today about one of his earliest gigs as the screenwriter of “Malice.” Sorkin had just come off the success of “A Few Good Men” when he re-teamed with Columbia Pictures to write the Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman-starring thriller, which was being directed by Harold Becker (“The Boost,” “Sea of Love”).

According to Sorkin, Becker specifically requested him to write a “steamy” sex scene for Nicole Kidman. “Early on in my career, I wrote a movie that I’m not very proud of at all, it just turned into a mess,” Sorkin said, “Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman were in it. The director, very close to the start of photography, decided that we were missing a sex scene between Alec and Nicole.”

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Aaron Sorkin Explains Why He Refused To Write “Terrible” Nicole Kidman Sex Scene In ‘Malice’

As Hollywood continues to clean house in the wake of sexual harassment and assault allegations against numerous players in the industry, it’s worth remembering that this behavior was enabled in many small, seemingly innocuous ways. Case in point, Aaron Sorkin‘s story about his experience writing the 1993 thriller “Malice” starring Nicole Kidman and Alec Baldwin.

Speaking with USA Today, Sorkin recounts his team working on the movie, which was very early in his career, and how he was asked to write an explicit sex scene for the movie.

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Gwyneth Paltrow's Head Was in a Box for Halloween Like in Se7en

Gwyneth Paltrow's Head Was in a Box for Halloween Like in Se7en
Last month marked the 22nd anniversary of the iconic 1995 classic Se7en, which starred Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman and marked a breakthrough role for a young actress named Gwyneth Paltrow. The role seems to be still very close to the actress' heart, since she paid homage to her character Tracy, the wife of Brad Pitt's character, Detective Mills, with an amazing Halloween costume that she showed off on Instagram earlier today. If you still haven't seen this classic thriller yet after 22 years, there will be Spoilers for the iconic ending, since it figures into her costume.

The movie centers on the seven deadly sins, gluttony, greed, sloth, envy, wrath, pride, and lust, which are being punished with unimaginable cruelty and calculation by an enigmatic killer. Set in a perpetually gloomy unnamed city, the film follows Somerset (Morgan Freeman), a retiring police detective, as he experiences his final week on the job,
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Kevin Feige Reveals How Women Could Contribute to the Marvel Universe After Phase Three

Kevin Feige Reveals How Women Could Contribute to the Marvel Universe After Phase Three
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe readies for its Phase Three finale — the culmination of what will end up being a 22-film run of interconnected feature films, starting with 2008’s “Iron Man” and concluding with its still-unnamed fourth Avengers feature, set to open on May 3, 2019 — the multi-billion dollar blockbuster machine is already looking to the future.

But even with a pair of “post-Phase Three” films already on the docket, including a Spider-Man sequel and a third Guardians of the Galaxy film, the future of the McU still looks overwhelmingly male, and Marvel’s bent towards superhero (not heroine)-dominated features doesn’t seem to be changing directions. Yet.

Before Phase Three wraps, the McU will finally roll out its first superheroine-centric feature: the Brie Larson-starring “Captain Marvel,” which will open just before that final “Avengers” film. The long-rumored feature will also mark another sea change for the company, as it
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30 Reasons You Shouldn't Apologize For Having a Crush on Alec Baldwin

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30 Reasons You Shouldn't Apologize For Having a Crush on Alec Baldwin
Why do you think the characters in Clueless called hot guys "Baldwins"? Back in the '80s and '90s, Alec and his brothers were the equivalent of today's Hemsworths when it came to serving up sexiness as a family. But Alec . . . oh, Alec. That strong jaw. The dark hair. Those piercing blue eyes that could just cut right through you. On shows like Knots Landing and films like Malice, The Hunt For Red October, Glengarry Glen Ross, and even Beetlejuice, Alec Baldwin was it. I refuse to sit here and pretend that he doesn't give off "daddy" vibes and that I don't still find him attractive (when he's not dressed up as Donald Trump or voicing a cartoon baby) - because, yes, his hair may be a shimmery shade of gray now, but those baby blues can still stare right into your soul. These 30 photos are all the reasons
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Why This May Be Nicole Kidman's Best Year Yet: How After Three Decades in Hollywood, She's Only Getting Started

Why This May Be Nicole Kidman's Best Year Yet: How After Three Decades in Hollywood, She's Only Getting Started
Like a fine wine, Nicole Kidman just gets better with age.  The Australian-bred movie star celebrates her 50th birthday today, a major milestone preceded by many accomplishments, wins and successes spanning nearly thirty years in the spotlight. A star from the get-go, Kidman's American debut opposite then-future (now ex) husband Tom Cruise in 1990's Days of Thunder led to box office hit after box office hit in Malice and To Die For.  She earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an Oscar and Golden Globe in 2003 for her stunning performance in The Hours, but now 14 years later, Nicole is even more beloved and acclaimed than she probably ever thought possible. Not...
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The Best Of The Best – The Greatest Writers and the scripts that made them great

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Author: Dave Roper

Having scoured the ranks of actors to draw up a shortlist of the best of them and then a selection of their best work, we now move on to consider the best work by the greatest writers. This can be a harder thing to judge, given that there will often be a team of writers, or polishing work is done on a script that is otherwise someone else’s work. Quentin Tarantino did some polishing on Crimson Tide, but by contrast his script for Natural Born Killers is much less distinctively his, bearing as it does a lot of Oliver Stone’s fingerprints. What we will (try to) focus on are those writers who rather than being hacks for hire have instead crafted something all their own and seen it transition relatively unmolested to the screen.

As with the Best of the Best of the Actors, we
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Aaron Sorkin: His best screenplays to date

Hot on the heels of discussing the best work of Danny Boyle’s career, in honor of this week’s release of Steve Jobs, I want to do the same today with scribe Aaron Sorkin. Considered one of the very best, if not the absolute best, writers in the business, Sorkin is one of the most distinctive creators of dialogue that this generation has. A star both on television and in the movies, Sorkin is an undeniable genius. As such, it’s a distinct pleasure to rank his screenplays, as I’ll be doing below. It’s basically just ranking things from good to great, so everything listed is well worth checking out if you’ve yet to see something. Enjoy, and as always, remember that this is only how I would rank things, not the absolute final word on the matter… First as a bonus, here’s how I would rank his TV writing,
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Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation | Review

This Time, It’s Rogue: Cruise Continues Singing It Forever Just Because

Arriving nearly four years after the highly celebrated and significantly lauded fourth Mission Impossible installment, 2011’s Brad Bird directed Ghost Protocol, Tom Cruise and company are back, perhaps nervously expecting to pale in comparison to what remains a difficult act to follow. Though an element of surprise is lacking, it’s safe to say Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is an energetic action comedy manufactured with the utmost attention to detail in its remarkable action sequences. Helmed by favored Tom Cruise scribe Christopher McQuarrie (who wrote Valkyrie, Edge of Tomorrow, directed Jack Reacher, and did uncredited revisions on the last Mi film), the whole endeavor feels like a snug outfit for its headlining celebrity.

Considering he first donned the Ethan Hunt persona almost twenty years ago in Brian De Palma’s 1996 outing, he remains an impressive bundle of action star energy,
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Sony Moves To Have Scott Frank Adapt Documentary The Seven Five

Sony’s planned narrative adaptation of the 2014 documentary The Seven Five just took a big step closer to realisation, with the news that the studio is approaching screenwriter Scott Frank to undertake scripting duties. Frank is the scribe behind such titles as Malice, Get Shorty, Out Of Sight, Minority Report and The Wolverine, and his potential involvement brings huge momentum to the project.

The documentary The Seven Five had its premiere at Doc NYC last year, and Sony snapped up the rights to remake it soon after. It details the devastating police corruption case that shook the New York Police Department to its core in the early 1990s, when 75th precinct officer Michael Dowd was tried and convicted of a raft of terrible crimes. Dowd established a network of illegal activities, recruiting his fellow officers to extort money from drug dealers for protection, and also sell drugs of their own.
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Aaron Sorkin Still In Bed With John Edwards Exposé ‘The Politician’

Exclusive: Aaron Sorkin is reconfirming his dedication to chronicling the rise and scandalous fall of a presidential candidate. The Newsroom and West Wing creator, one of Hollywood’s most outspoken voices in the recent Sony hacking attack, has extended his option on Nyt bestseller The Politician, Andrew Young’s explosive 2010 tell-all about the adultery scandal that ended former North Carolina Senator John Edwards’ 2008 Democratic Presidential campaign.

Young exposed shocking details of the married Edwards’ secret affair with campaign staffer Rielle Hunter that yielded an illegitimate child. The Politician revealed how Young, a volunteer in Edwards’ 1998 Senate run who became his trusted right hand man, was asked to help cover up Edwards’ adultery, fake paternity test results, and claim the child as his own for the Presidential hopeful.

The lid was blown when a tabloid newspaper uncovered the affair, which blindsided Edwards’ cancer-stricken wife Elizabeth and led to the implosion of Edwards’ presidential run.
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Liam Neeson Is On The Hunt For Murderers In The First A Walk Among The Tombstones Trailer

While you may not know writer/director Scott Frank by name, there's a very good chance that you're familiar with his work. In addition to writing the screenplays for great movies like Barry Sonnenfeld's Get Shorty, Steven Soderbergh's Out Of Sight, Harold Becker's Malice, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report and James Mangold's The Wolverine, he also made his directorial debut with the tightly-scripted, tense Joseph Gordon-Levitt thriller The Lookout. While that last film was all the way back in 2007, finally Frank is coming back with his latest directorial effort, A Walk Among The Tombstones, starring Liam Neeson. The movie won't be arriving in theaters until the fall, but from the look of this debut trailer above it can't get here soon enough. Based on the novel of the same name by Lawrence Block, A Walk Among The Tombstones stars Neeson as Matt Scudder, a former cop
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Danny Boyle May Direct Leonardo DiCaprio in Aaron Sorkin's 'Steve Jobs' Movie

Recently David Fincher dropped out of the running to direct a movie about Steve Jobs, written by his Social Network pal Aaron Sorkin, who adapted it from Walter Isaacson's popular biography on the Apple cofounder. Now The Hollywood Reporter tells us Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) is in talks to direct, and he wants to reunite with his The Beach star Leonardo DiCaprio, who would take on the role of Steve Jobs. Aaron Sorkin is one of the best known names in the screenwriting business, and for a very simple reason: he's damned good at it. The man simply does not have a bad screenplay to his name. Quite the opposite, in fact. Between A Few Good Men, The American President, Charlie Wilson's War, Malice, Moneyball and The Social Network, Sorkin has one of the best...

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