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Ringwald Remembers Hughes

16 Candles

In the days since the death of director John Hughes, many have been celebrating the director who defined a generation. Fans who grew up on his iconic ’80s flicks have revisited his classics and hosted screenings, and former Hughes’ stars, like Kevin Bacon, are talking about the role the director played in their careers, and their lives. Reading their remembrances, the ... Read More »

And That’s When Things Got Meta

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What happens when a food blogger writes a book about blogging, then the book becomes a movie, and then food bloggers blog about the movie about the book about blog? Does the world implode? Not yet, but Nora Ephron’s Julie & Julia — the story of an aimless woman who finds herself by cooking and blogging her way through the ... Read More »

Complaint Dept.: Remake Fatigue

Remakes Suck

All morning at Museyon HQ, we’ve been bemoaning the number of remakes at the movie theaters recently: a new ‘Fame’ film hits theaters in September, Zac Efron is taking over for John Travolta in ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ and a new ‘Nightmare on Elm Street,’ is headed to theaters in 2010. Not to mention the recent wave of blockbusters based on ... Read More »

(Way) Behind the Scenes

Where the Wild Things Are

People have been buzzing about the the latest Spike Jonze project for a while now — and for a lot of good reasons. Not only is the cultishly popular director remaking Maurice Sendak‘s beloved children’s book, ‘Where the Wild Things Are,‘ with writer and McSweeney’s founder Dave Eggers, there’s also been a nice batch of studio drama for some added intrigue. Long story ... Read More »

A Few of My Favorite Things

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There’s nothing like some old favorites to ease you into a Monday morning — even if they’re not your own. With Favorite Places, Google lets you explore the favorite spots of experts from cities around the world. Choose to browse worldwide or get a closer look at specific cities, including New York, Tokyo and Madrid and pick the brain of locals ... Read More »

Bloody Good Idea

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With so many films coming out every day, how do you get attention for your new release? You’ve got to get creative. The people behind director (and Museyon favorite) Park Chan-wook‘s new vampire film Thirst (Bakjwi) definitely went all out, sending a very realistic looking blood bag to the New York Times. The catch? Instead of being filled with platelets, these ... Read More »

Find It, Snap It, Post It

where-its-at

Ever wonder where you can find that bar from Cheers? What about the Winslow’s house from Family Matters? Well you can find all that and more at Where It’s At. The site maps out iconic pop culture locations, from Neverland Ranch to the Marcy Houses, Jay-Z’s childhood home, as well as familiar sites from TV, movies and music. The site ... Read More »

Where the Movies Really Are

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Check out the August issue of the always awesome Travel + Leisure for a guide to where your favorite movies are actually filmed. Author  Darrell Hartman gives a big shout-out to Museyon Guides, with five movies filmed in surprising locations. That scene with this post … it doesn’t get more iconically Wild West than that, right? Wrong. It’s actually Almeria, Spain, cinematic backdrop ... Read More »

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