Twenty years after the fall of the U.S.S.R., Soviet landmarks in Moscow including the Mayakovskaya metro station, Lenin’s tomb, and The Melnikov House (pictured above) are in disrepair and under threat of disappearing forever. (Guardian UK)
Like James Bond, Clark Griswold of “National Lampoon’s Vacation” is the latest iconic movie hero to undergo a dark, edgy “reboot”. (Cinematical)
The Hughes Brothers, originally lauded for “Menace II Society” and now blamed for “The Book of Eli”, are angling to direct the rumored “Akira” live-action remake. (Ain’t It Cool)
With the Vancouver Olympics only days away, film crews and actors are running scared from “Hollywood North”. (Jaunted)
For Valentine’s Day, here’s 3:31 of filmic protestations of love. Awww. (Moviefone)
Feeling like a mojito? Here’s a handy how-to for traveling to Cuba legally. (Matador)
Image: Courtesy of The Melnikov House Museum, Moscow, Russia.