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  1. Frank Darabont - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Frank Árpád Darabont (born Ferenc Árpád Darabont, January 28, 1959) is a Hungarian-American film director, screenwriter and producer who has been nominated for three Academy Awards and a Golden Globe Award.

    • Screenwriter, film director, producer
    • 1981–present
  2. Frank Darabont - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · Frank Darabont al PaleyFest per la presentazione della serie The Walking Dead Ferenc Árpád Darabont , detto Frank ( Montbéliard , 28 gennaio 1959 ), è un regista , sceneggiatore , produttore cinematografico e produttore televisivo ungherese naturalizzato statunitense .

  3. The Shawshank Redemption - Wikipedia

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    Apr 09, 2021 · Darabont was nominated for a Directors Guild of America award in 1994 for Best Director of a feature film, and a Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Deakins won the American Society of Cinematographers award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography , [86] while producer Niki Marvin was nominated for a 1994 Golden Laurel Award by the Producers Guild of America .

    • Thomas Newman
    • September 10, 1994 (TIFF), September 23, 1994 (United States)
  4. The Walking Dead (season 10) - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · Developed for television by Frank Darabont, the series is based on the eponymous series of comic books by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The executive producers are Kirkman, David Alpert, Scott M. Gimple , Angela Kang , Greg Nicotero , Joseph Incaprera, Denise Huth, and Gale Anne Hurd , with Kang as showrunner for the second ...

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    • October 6, 2019 –, April 4, 2021
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  5. The Green Mile (film) - Wikipedia

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    Apr 14, 2021 · The Green Mile (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Green Mile is a 1999 American fantasy drama film written and directed by Frank Darabont and based on Stephen King 's 1996 novel of the same name.

    • December 10, 1999 (United States)
    • Frank Darabont, David Valdes
  6. The Mist (film) - Wikipedia

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    Apr 12, 2021 · Director Frank Darabont first read Stephen King's 1980 novella "The Mist" in the Dark Forces anthology, and originally expressed interest in directing a film adaptation for his directing debut. He instead filmed The Shawshank Redemption , also based on another King novella. [6]

  7. The Blob (1988 film) - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · Screenwriter Frank Darabont first met director Chuck Russell in 1981, while working as a production assistant on the film Hell Night. Before working together on The Blob, the two also collaborated on the script for A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.

  8. The Walking Dead (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · The series was adapted from the comic by Frank Darabont, who also served as the showrunner for the first season. However, conflicts between Darabont and AMC forced his departure from the series, and which is currently subject to multiple lawsuits by Darabont and others.

  9. Frank Darabont - IMDb

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    Apr 13, 2021 · Three-time Oscar nominee Frank Darabont was born in a refugee camp in 1959 in Montbeliard, France, the son of Hungarian parents who had fled Budapest during the failed 1956 Hungarian revolution. Brought to America as an infant, he settled with his family in Los Angeles and attended Hollywood High School.

  10. Godzilla (2014 film) | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    In 1954, the United States military, in cooperation with the organization Monarch, prepares and detonates a hydrogen bomb at Bikini Atoll, its target a massive creature known as Godzilla. In 1999, Monarch representative Dr. Ishiro Serizawa is called the site of a mining collapse in the Philippines with his assistant, Dr. Vivienne Graham. With a small team, he finds a colossal fossilized skeleton and two spores in a large underground cave. One of the spores has already hatched, the creature having escaped into the sea; the other is still unhatched and is taken to Yucca Mountain in Nevada, United States, and placed in the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repositoryin Nevada. Days later, near Tokyo, Japan, the nuclear power plant at Janjira starts to experience seismic activity. Nuclear physicist and plant supervisor Joseph Brody and his wife, Sandra Brody, make their way to the power plant. Sandra assembles a team to perform a damage check, under Joe's supervision. The power plant is soon...

    A transcript of Godzilla's opening credits, including the redacted text, can be found on Birth.Movies.Death. The end credits are available on SciFi Japan. Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right. 1. Directed by Gareth Edwards 2. Written by David Callaham, Max Borenstein and Frank Darabont 3. Produced by Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Mary Parent and Brian Rogers 4. Executive producing by Patricia Whitcher, Alex Garcia, Yoshimitsu Banno and Kenji Okuhira 5. Music by Alexandre Desplat 6. Cinematography by Seamus McGarvey 7. Edited by Bob Ducsay 8. Production design by Owen Paterson 9. Special effects by Tosin Akinwoye 10. Assistant Directing by Alex Gayner, Misha Bukowski 11. Screenplay by Max Borenstein 12. Director of Photography Seamus McGarvey 13. Art Department Mark N Tompkins 14. Special Effects Supervisor Jim Rygiel 15. Costume Designer Sharen Davis 16. Sound Designer Erik Aadahl 17. Motion Capture Consultant Andy Serkis 18. Motion Capture Performers Matt Cross, Lee...

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    Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Fuminori Komatsu as Lieutenant Ford Brody 2. Yuzu Aoki as Young Ford Brody 3. Ken Watanabe as Dr. Ishiro Serizawa 4. Yasuyoshi Hara as Joseph Brody 5. Haru as Elle Brody 6. Yuki Sakurai as Sam Brody 7. Rieko Takahashi as Dr. Vivienne Graham 8. Kaori Yamagata as Sandra Brody 9. Katsuhiko Sasaki as Admiral William Stenz 10. Kenji Nomura as Captain Russell Hampton 11. Toru Sakurai as Sergeant Tre Morales 12. Yasuhiko Nemoto as Master Se...

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    Godzilla received the biggest opening day box office results of 2014 when it came out, scoring $38,525,000 on Friday, May 16. The was expected to gather $100 million by May 19, and ended up surpassing it slightly with $103 million. By next Friday, on May 24, Godzilla only received $8.8 million. By the end of the four-day weekend that started on May 25, the movie had collected $38.4 million due to strong marketing, and fell down to $3.3 million the rest of the weekand to $12 million on the May-June weekend. Godzilla earned £10,109,175 ($17,003,642) on its opening weekend in the United Kingdomand a total of 149,098,752 Mexican dollars (US $11,559,835) on its opening weekend in Mexico. When Godzillaopened in China on June, it received $10.9 million for the biggest opening day of 2014. Godzilla's opening weekend box office total for Japan was ¥1,657,853,474, or $16,283,798. By August 3, 2014, Godzilla's worldwide earnings had surpassed half a billion dollars ($500,000,000). By the end o...

    Godzilla has received generally positive reviews by critics and fans alike. Mose Persico of CTV says it's "a film not to be missed," Scott Carty of ABC TV deems it "epic for all the right reasons," Shawn Edwards of FOX TV calls it "the most incredible movie of the year," and Nancy Jay of Daybreak USA says it's "an instant classic." IGN gave it 9.0 out of 10. Critics have praised Gareth Edwards' direction, the film's visual effects, cinematography, respect for the source material, creature designs, use of slow build-up, Alexandre Desplat's musical score, and Bryan Cranston's performance. The movie has also received its fair share of criticism, however. Most of the complaints revolve around the fact that Godzilla received relatively little screen time, less screen time than the MUTOs in fact, and that the monster battles don't take up much of the movie's running time. Some critics also found the film's characters to be underdeveloped. In addition, many critics and audience members fou...

    The first award Godzilla received, or rather Legendary Pictures received for Godzilla, was the 'Japan Cool Content Contribution' award, or J3C, on September 13 at the Consulate General's residence. The award was crated to recognize creatives who popularize Japanese media for worldwide audiences, which the financially successful Godzilla did. Alex Garciaattended and accepted the award on Legendary's behalf. Godzilla was a contender for an Oscar nomination for 'Sound Editing.'Though it ultimately did not receive a nomination, key grips David McIntosh, Steve Smith, Mike Branham, and Mike Kirilenko won a Technical Achievement Award from the Academy in 2016 for the inflatable green screen they invented for the film's Golden Gate Bridge sequence. Godzillawas also nominated for 'Best Science Fiction Film Release' and 'Best Film Music' as part of the 41st annual Saturn Awards.

    Warner Bros. / TohoDVD + Digital HD (2014) 1. Region: Various 2. Discs: 2 3. Audio: English, Spanish, Canadian French (Surround 5.1) [U.S. release - will vary depending on country] 4. Special Features: Four behind-the-scenes featurettes on Godzilla (19 minutes), the MUTOs(7 minutes), on-set and digital scenes of destruction (8 minutes), and the filming of the H.A.L.O. jump (5 minutes); three featurettes told from an in-universe perspective (15 minutes total), Japanese trailers and TV spots (Toho release only) 5. Notes: A single-disc version without special features can be found packaged with Pacific Rim. Reissued in 2019 with a new slipcover. Warner Bros. / TohoBlu-ray + DVD + Digital HD (2014) 1. Region: Various 2. Discs: 2 3. Audio: English (DTS HD-Master Audio 7.1, 5.1 Surround), Spanish, Canadian French (Surround 5.1) [U.S. release - will vary depending on country] 4. Special Features: Four behind-the-scenes featurettes on Godzilla (19 minutes), the MUTOs (7 minutes), on-set and...

    This film would have been actor Akira Takarada's first appearance in a non-Japanese Godzilla film, as he filmed a cameo as a customs officer who would greet Ford Brody in Tokyo. However, his scene...
    When Ford and Joe are searching through the ruins of their former home in the quarantine zone, the words "Ford's Mothra" can be seen printed below a glass case. The "ra" is in a different font, app...
    This is the first Godzilla film released in 3D, with the exception of the short film Monster Planet of Godzilla, created for a ride at Sanrio Purioland. Godzillawas not filmed in 3D, but post-conve...
    In a moment that was filmed but didn't make the final cut, Ford fell asleep at Joe's apartment while watching Toho movies. However, the novelizationretains it, describing "giant prehistoric creatur...
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