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However, over time, Netflix realized that explicit star ratings were less relevant than other signals. Users would rate documentaries with 5 stars, and silly movies with just 3 stars, but still watch silly movies more often than those high-rated documentaries. "We made ratings less important because the implicit signal of your behavior is more important," Yellin said.In addition to the thumbs ratings, they'll be attaching a percentage-match feature that gives a numerical value to how closely a show or movie will match an individual's taste, although shows that fall under 50% won't display a rating. So in case you were deciding between the new Adam Sandler movie or Memento, you won't have to rely on the overly broad rating of a thumbs up. If this is all too complicated, it's basically the same system as YouTube or PornHub. I mean, wait, what's PornHub? I've never even heard of or been to that site.
There will be a Guardians 3, that's for sure. We're trying to figure it out. I'm trying to figure out what I want to do really, that's all it is. I got to figure out where I want to be, what I want to spend the next three years of my life doing. You know, I'm going to make another big movie; is it the Guardians or something else? I'm just going to figure it out over the next couple of weeks.This should come as a surprise to absolutely nobody, since it's long been understood that Disney loves money and hates the not-having of money.
In an effort to show he's actively trying to make Justice League not suck, Zach Snyder posted a video of him working on his birthday yesterday. At least I think it's working. Does filming a guy bootlegging a scene of Aquaman count as working? Hopefully this is far from complete, because even with the resolution of a potato, the footage looks overly fake and CG.
Working on my birthday 🎉 pic.twitter.com/tLidlUrcyn— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) March 2, 2017
James Franco just posted this image on Instagram of his portrayal of Tommy Wiseau in the upcoming film The Disaster Artist. If you're unfamiliar with Tommy Wiseau, he's the genius who wrote, directed, and starred in The Room. No, not the 2015 film that was nominated for a bunch of Academy Awards. I'm talking about the masterpiece released in 2003 that many consider to be the worst movie ever made. The Disaster Artist, based on the book of the same name, is about the production of The Room. I always just assumed The Room manifested itself into reality because there's no way it was made by the hand of man. If you think I'm exaggerating, watch this clip from The Room and tell me this seems like something a human being would've made: And here's the actual Tommy Wiseau for reference:
A photo posted by James Franco (@jamesfrancotv) on Feb 7, 2017 at 11:19am PST
"The thing is, my focus isn't on Avatar 2. My focus is on Avatar 2, 3, 4, and 5 equally. That's exactly how I'm approaching it. They've all been developed equally. I've just finished the script to Avatar 5. I'm now starting the process of active prep. I'll be working with the actors in the capture volume in August, so I'm booked in production every day between now and then."This is incredibly optimistic thinking on James Cameron's part. Avatar came out eight years ago so it's not exactly riding a wave of popularity. And to follow it up with not one, but four sequels right off the bat is basically insane. What do they do with the three extra sequels if Avatar 2 bombs? Just call it a billion dollar loss and move on with their lives? Does James Cameron go back to the Titanic wreckage and then just stay there permanently?
Dune seems more suited for an HBO miniseries than a single film, but considering Denis Villeneuve's track record and the fact that he's stated Dune is his dream project, whatever approach they take will probably be amazing. Villeneuve is so good he could probably make it work as an animated stop-motion short if he wanted.
It's official -- Legendary Pictures has signed the very talented Denis Villeneuve to direct the exciting new DUNE series film project.— Brian Herbert (@DuneAuthor) February 1, 2017